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"Fabled Enemies" Coming to Liberty Hall on Wednesday Sept. 9th, 7pm
By Films For Action / filmsforaction.org
Aug 24, 2009



Where: Liberty Hall. 644 Massachusetts St. Lawrence, KS
Admission: Only $3.
When: Wednesday Sept. 9th 2009 - 7 to 9pm
Pre-sale tickets: www.libertyhall.net

Fabled Enemies is the latest film to critically examine the events of 9/11. Instead of the focus being on the physical anomalies surrounding the attacks, which have been examined extensively in other films, it focuses on the intelligence network that provided the aid necessary for the 9/11 plot to succeed.

I would consider this hands-down the best overall film on the subject available to date, a must watch for skeptics both for and against the official story.

If you've seen a lot of films on 9/11 already, you won't want to miss this one, as it covers information not covered in any of the other films. If you haven't seen any films that challenge the official narrative of 9/11, well, you simply owe it to yourself to see this.

I realize some people reading this may have already made up their minds, one way or the other. I can only ask that you attend this event and keep an open mind.

A lot of new information has come out since the widely-watched but dodgy quality film "Loose Change: 2nd Edition" came out back in 2006. Since then the 9/11 Truth Movement has matured and made great bounds in both the volume of high quality information and the way in which it is presented. It has also successfully weeded out the incongruous and misguided theories and information, focusing on the established facts that have withstood the scrutiny of the last 8 years. Fabled Enemies is a testament to the movement's maturity, as it does not suffer from the "hit or miss" quality suffered by many "first generation" films when the movement was still young.

That being said, everyone should remain skeptical about what really happened on 9/11. But we believe that this skepticism should cut both ways. We should be skeptical of both alternative theories, as well as the official government narrative, which so often gets a free pass. To be honest, no one who values the scientific method of inquiry could say definitively what happened, because we simply don't have all the necessary facts. That is why the 9/11 Truth Movement has remained committed to seeking a truly independent investigation, so we can finally get some answers.

Good journalism (and a healthy democracy) depends on the public getting both sides of a story. You've heard the government's official side, and the mainstream media has echoed this side reliably, but most people haven't heard the other side. And since the mainstream media has failed to do it's job, the task falls upon us and the independent media to do its job for them.

There will be events and film screenings being organized organically all around country the week of 9/11/2009. Join us at Liberty Hall on Wednesday the 9th for Lawrence's contribution to this movement's press for truth.



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What motivated the 9/11 hijackers to attack the US? It is not because they "hate our freedoms." It is because of the United States foreign policy bias for Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and U.S. government support for other oppressive regimes in the Middle East.

MY COMMENTS----------
I think this video is important because it forces people to think critically about the very complex and subtle inter-dependent relationships that are necessary to understanding 9/11, how it was carried out, who was involved, who had the motivation, who benefited.

It is too simplistic to say "9/11 was an inside job." It is also too simplistic to say select players in our own government and other foreign intelligence agencies were not involved, and 9/11 was carried out exclusively by Al-Qaeda. There were multiple motivations. Multiple players. That is why Fabled Enemies is probably the best feature film on the subject to date, because it deals with these subtle relationships, and gives people a much more concrete idea of how intelligence operations are carried out.

As we now know through official documents, Bin Laden was an asset for the CIA during the 1980s throughout the Afghan war with the Soviets. A recent bombshell was dropped just this month by the admission of government whistle-blower and former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds, who has stated that from her work at the FBI knew that "Osama Bin Laden was working for the US right up until 9/11."

Bin Laden was a double agent. How can we reconcile the subtle truth that Osama was an asset for the US and also shared the same motivations as Al Qaeda outlined in the video above? When people watch Fabled Enemies it will become abundantly clear. If Osama had not been an asset to the US he would have been quickly killed a long time ago. If you wanted to carry out your own personal interests, having unofficial protection or "immunity" from the most powerful military in the world is a tremendous aid. He would have been killed a long time ago otherwise. There is substantial evidence that shows this is the case. See this article for more: http://www.filmsforaction.org/blogdetails/?num=298

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