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Fabled Enemies: Spy Thriller Exposes Vast Intelligence Plot Behind 9/11
By Indy Media / filmsforaction.org
Sep 27, 2008
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Released September 1st, 2008, "Fabled Enemies" is the newest documentary film to question the events of September 11th, 2001. Instead of focusing on the physical anomalies surrounding the attacks, it focuses on evidence of a vast intelligence network that provided the aid necessary for the 9/11 plot to succeed. It's the definitive film on the subject to date, a must watch for skeptics both for and against the official story. Watch the documentary below:




Excerpts from two Reviews:
"Fabled Enemies is a departure from every other 9/11 truth film released so far. It comes off as more of a spy thriller than a mere conspiracy romp. With tight editing, slick presentation, and sublimely complimentary backing music, the documentary draws the viewer in for an eminently watchable experience.

The film begins by revealing how in the very hours after 9/11, Osama bin Laden’s conviction of guilt in the court of public opinion was assured simply by constant repetition in the news media, and how the fairytale of 19 hijackers with box cutters began to unravel.

The film does not try to invent an alternative scenario behind what really happened on 9/11, it expertly demolishes the official version by concentrating on how Bin Laden’s network was protected every step of the way by higher-ups and the hijackers issued visas while good FBI agents like Robert Wright attempted to penetrate the wider plot but were blocked from doing so.

Jason Bermas has produced a 9/11 film to rank up there with the very best. The strength of the evidence presented stands alone and conclusively debunks the official version of 9/11 as nothing more than a paper-thin work of fiction. The depth of information presented in Fabled Enemies is enough to sway even a hardened skeptic, and the movie should be held up as a shining beacon and the very best that the 9/11 truth movement has to offer." - Paul Joseph Watson


"Fabled Enemies is a reflection of the personality of it’s director, Jason Bermas.

Jason Bermas contrasts significantly with the producer of the film, Alex Jones. Alex Jones is the red-tie patriot. He makes a scene. He demands attention. Jason Bermas is more of a soft-spoken, blue-tie patriot. He listens politely to everyone on the air. He delivers bold statements with modesty.

Alex Jones has an aggressive personality of someone like Bill O’Reilly. Jason Bermas on the other hand has the personality of consumer rights advocate radio talk show host in Atlanta, Clark Howard–a soft-spoken, intelligent, nice guy who gets along with the girls.

While the film doesn’t paint a smoking gun or dive into conspiracy theories, it does piece together known facts as reported in the media. It gives the film an added depth of truth. It either gives a soothing reassurance of someone who already believes 9/11 was an inside job or opens up the eyes that it may have been an inside job for the skeptic." - New World Liberty
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