- Bill O'Reilly, the scurrilous "phone sex" deviant
and prime time bully, wants nine eleven researchers and investigators arrested-or,
more accurately under the so-called detainee bill, disappeared into Gestapo
torture dungeons-and presumably brought up on treason charges, marched
before a secret military tribunal, and sent to the gallows.
- O'Reilly did not say as much when he abused and talked
over Jim Fetzer last night, characterizing him as a "disgrace"
to the country for not buying lock, stock, and barrel the official Grimm
Brothers fairy tale version of events of what did and did not happen on
September 11, 2001. Not only did the reprehensible O'Reilly, who had the
academic Dr. Sami al-Arian arrested and charged as a terrorist, slander
Fetzer and by extension anybody else who questions the government, he also
demanded Fetzer be tailed by the FBI.
- "I'd put the FBI on you and that nutty [professor
Kevin] Barrett and find out what the hell you guys are up to," threatened
O'Reilly, basically insinuating that scholarly research is a crime, as
of course "everything changed" after nine eleven, including the
right to exercise the First Amendment. But then, as we know, or some of
us know, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are now effectively dead
and, increasingly, it is a crime to question the government, especially
in an academic setting, same as it was after the Nazis took over in Germany.
- It would appear O'Reilly's latest temper tantrum is part
of a concerted effort to demonize those who "hate their country"
(i.e., have the gall to ask questions) because they are unable to accept
the officially sanctioned fairy tale stipulating without evidence that
a few Muslim cave dwellers-one with a documented past linked to the CIA
and Pakistan's ISI and others trained on U.S. military bases-made NORAD
stand down with boxcutters.
- Last month, the unitary decider, in a speech at the Capital
Hilton Hotel, cited a White House strategy paper that insists "[t]errorists
recruit more effectively from populations whose information about the world
is contaminated by falsehoods and corrupted by conspiracy theories."
Is it possible Fetzer may soon be considered a terrorist recruiter for
dispensing "falsehoods corrupted by conspiracy theories," that
is to say information at variance with the official fairy tale?
- It will be if Bill O'Reilly has his way.
- "In late September 2001, al-Arian was invited to
be a guest on The O'Reilly Factor," explains Democracy Now. "Al-Arian
thought he was going to be discussing Arab-American reactions to the attacks.
Instead, host Bill O'Reilly went on a tirade against him, basically accusing
al-Arian of supporting terrorism and terrorist groups. O'Reilly dug up
comments al-Arian had made 15 years earlier and suggested that he should
be followed everywhere he went [by the CIA]. All of this on live international
television and just weeks after the 9-eleven attacks."
- The FBI and Joint Terrorism task Force raided the home
of Sami al-Arian early on the morning of February 20, 2003, slapped him
in handcuffs as his family looked on in horror, and dragged him off to
a federal dungeon. Of course, as al-Arian is not a terrorist, the government
is unable to make charges stick against him, although, as is usually the
case in such highly touted "terrorism" cases, al-Arian was forced
to plea to a lesser charge and will be deported "to another country,"
no doubt one where he will be regarded with suspicion.
- In short, the Justice Department and Bill O'Reilly ruined
Sami al-Arian's life-but then fascists are experts at such destructive
- As the government has a keen interest in shutting down
the nine eleven truth movement, especially now as it continues to gain
visibility, there is a distinct possibility Jim Fetzer and other prominent
researchers and academics will be arrested in the wee hours of the night.
Bill O'Reilly has once again sounded the clarion call, demanding the feds
take out Fetzer, Kevin Barrett, and anybody else who stands in the way
of the neocon master plan to turn America into the equivalent of Germany
under Hitler or Russia under Stalin.
- In a way, however, Sami al-Arian was lucky, as habeas
corpus still existed when he had his day in court.
- If the government determines nine eleven researchers
and other "conspiracy theorists" are terrorist recruiters, we
can expect select personalities from the nine eleven truth movement-as
fractured and factionalized as it is (and riddled with COINTELPRO agents)
and thus ineffectual to a large degree-to disappear into the night, hustled
off by the American version of the Geheime Staatspolizei, our very own
state secret police.