"While those today fearfully burying their heads in the sand at the reality of current history have nothing to gain from their neurosis (except military industrial jobs and a peaceful sense of identity in a distorted mass media reality-scape) - South Africa is a good metaphor for the psychosis around September 11, 2001 in that it was a Pretext for war - and that Apartheid was also evil."
The 'Current' on CBC Radio (8:30AM - 10:00AM weekday mornings), hosted by Anna Maria Tremonti broadcast an interview with 9/11 Denialist Ed Kowalski as part of a story on the Obama Administrations decision to try some of the 9/11 defendants in New York courts rather than in 'Military Commissions' (DoD link) that President Obama is shutting down.
Ed Kowalski says he's on 'The Board of Directors' (?) of '9/11 Families for a Secure America' (- what is that, a limited liability concern? - because they're gonna need the limited liability what with all the lies) - who says he doesn't want the trial, to take place in New York.
It'd be 'icky' or something? Cost too much?
He worries about it becoming a media-zoo and that the defendants would have a venue to spout their evil ideas. He comments that, the only evidence against these people was gathered by soldiers in the field in the 'war on terror'. It wasn't collected a la CSI, in clear plastic bags... .
It's hard to know where to begin breaking down this baffle-gab. Perhaps with the way in which the Bush Administration covered up the evidence by shipping World Trade Center steel I-beams to China immediatly; or as David Ray Griffin pointed out in his book 'The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions', the crime scene was not treated like a crime scene by the authorities assigned to investigate it; a crime in itself.
Above, I called Ed Kowalski a '9/11 Denialist', I'll retract that now - not because I fear a liable suit (that'd be great, my blog needs the press) - but because I believe he is a well-coached agent provocateur - a graduate perhaps of the American Enterprise Institutes' relativist logic - an ideological tribune for the American Empire Project.
At Assemblyman Greg Ball's blog, his writer supports the divisive Mr. Ed-Doesn't know what the rule of law means'- Kowalski and his 9/11 Families for a Secure America position on the trials in New York. The blog piece, entitled: Ball, 9/11 Families, Say "Keep Terrorists out of New York" describes Ed Kowalski's group,
"the national organization which supports the victims of the families affected by the tragedy of the 9/11 attacks."
??? "..supports the victims of the families..."???
What does THAT mean? If this propaganda champaign are the 'families' referred to, then with-in the framework of the logic, I'M the victim!
The piece goes on to complain about the trials effect on the economy over Christmas (???) and how the trial of the defendants in the greatest mass murder case in U.S. history, will make people feel bad.
This reminds me of the language I heard at the near end of Apartheid in South Africa that illustrated to me a mental defect. Neurotic people trying to mentally climb through mazes of their own construction - designed to avoid the reality that they benefit from crimes happening in their midst - and with their consent. While those today fearfully burying their heads in the sand at the reality of current history have nothing to gain from their neurosis (except military industrial jobs and a peaceful sense of identity in a distorted mass media reality-scape) - South Africa is a good metaphor for the psychosis around September 11, 2001 in that it was a Pretext for war and Apartheid was also evil.
CBC Radio 1, "The Current" Podcast for November 17, 2009.