I first sounded the alarm bell about "Sorcha Faal" quite a few months ago, whose posts have always reeked of head games and hoaxes. There is a simple rule of thumb in these matters: if you can't back up sensational claims with rock solid documentation and sources, you are almost certainly a fraud or deranged. Why do people get pulled into this cheesy nonsense for even an instant? Where is their critical intelligence? "Sorcha Faal" is quite likely a disinformation working group within an intel agency with a fondness for pranks.
Vigilius Haufniensis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Imus never made the statement attributed to him in this article, it has been invented out of thin air and the entire story is a manufactured hoax that only serves to discredit the 9/11 Truth Movement, which is exactly why the Neo-Con blowhards have given it prominence. http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2007/160407pravdahoax.htm Drudge Promotes Imus Pravda Hoax Attempts to link disgraced talk show host with 9/11 Truth Movement Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet Monday, April 16, 2007 In what seems to be a deliberate ploy to link disgraced talk show host Don Imus with Rosie O'Donnell and the 9/11 Truth Movement, Matt Drudge is promulgating a now confirmed hoax which suggested that Imus was fired because he was about to expose secrets about the 9/11 attacks. As of early Monday afternoon, Drudge still carried a headline entitled, 'Pravda: Imus fired after threat to reveal 9/11 secrets' - which links to the Pravda website reprint of an article written by "Sorcha Faal," who runs a website which also claims that Turkey has shot down a U.S. warplane, that Vladimir Putin is responsible for a 70% reduction in the population of bees across the U.S., and also solicits donations on behalf of the "Sisters of the Order" under the pretense of saving the earth from cosmic destruction. The story claims that the Imus controversy was a set-up in order to get him off the air before he could go public on 9/11 truth, and that Imus' racist comments, which he had routinely made, were blown up out of proportion in order to set the attack dogs loose. This website is obviously either a deliberate disinformation outlet or the work of someone with a very over-active imagination, but verification that the Imus story is a hoax was confirmed by readers of 9/11 Blogger, who combed through podcasts of Imus' interviews with Tim Russert, in which he supposedly made the claim that he would expose 9/11 secrets, but drew a complete blank. Imus never made the statement attributed to him in this article, it has been invented out of thin air and the entire story is a manufactured hoax that only serves to discredit the 9/11 Truth Movement, which is exactly why the Neo-Con blowhards have given it prominence. A deliberate attempt to link Imus' ignorant and racist comments with Rosie O'Donnell's controversial (yet completely accurate) statements and chill free speech as a whole is underway, with lying Neo-Con slugs like Tom Delay leading the way. On Friday, Delay appeared on CNN and called for an organized campaign aimed at having Rosie O'Donnell fired for her comments about 9/11, despite the fact that O'Donnell simply asked questions about how Building 7, a 47 story building in the WTC complex that was not hit by a plane and yet symmetrically imploded in the late afternoon of September 11. As we reported today, Neo-Cons are rejoicing at the fact that Rosie has supposedly agreed to shut up and talk about "other things" on The View, but in actual fact she plans to have 9/11 first responders on the show this week to expose the toxic dust cover-up scandal.