Since 9/11, evidence has come to light that contradicts that day’s infamous terrorist attack. American historian Webster Tarpley argues that this is nothing new, serious inconsistencies have been associated with terror attacks for hundreds of years throughout the Western world.
Whilst much post 9/11 evidence has been well sourced it has trickled out, having far less impact than the official narrative which holds Islamic fanatics entirely responsible. The end result is that press and public are left confused and disorientated by a lack of resolution to one of the biggest stories of our age. Terrorology is a growing discipline that seeks to bring academic rigour and reasoned argument to analysing this highly emotive subject.
Author of two books about connections between the US state and organised crime Tarpley scours the world for answers to the growing mountain of contradictions about 9/11 and develops an alternative account which counts Islamic ‘extremists’ among the victims. He finds evidence for the roots of 9/11 in the Western establishment, what he calls a ‘rogue network’ embedded in the secret state and military apparatus.
Amongst the unanswered questions Tarpley addresses are why…
The US Air Force for up to one-and-a-half hours failed to intercept hijacked airliners.
There was no apparent wreckage of an airliner at the Pentagon.
‘Put options’ on United Airlines and American Airlines shares placed before 9/1 were traced back to the Executive Director of the CIA.
Building 7 at the WTC site in Manhattan collapsed without being hit by a plane.
And he goes on to ask is the “War on Terror” really an Orwellian programme designed to take away peoples’ hard won civil liberties?
Tarpley’s analysis comes as music to the ears of the growing number of Britons uncomfortable about the suspension of habeas corpus and the racist overtones of internment of Muslims.
Webster will be available for interview in each venue city of the tour (see below) from roughly 2pm on the appropriate day. He will be in London from about midday on Saturday 4th November and leaves Glasgow on Sunday 12th November for Milan where the Italian translation of ‘911 Synthetic Terror’ is being launched.
Tickets £5.00 donation on a strictly first come-first served basis. No-one turned away due to lack of funds.
LONDON, Monday 5th November, 7pm – St. John’s Church, Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8TY. (by Waterloo Main Line Stn.) – Ticketline — 07947 593825
OXFORD, Tuesday 6th November, 7pm – Council Chamber, Town Hall, St Aldates’, Oxford, OX1 1BX, Ticketline — 07714 364140
BRISTOL, Wednesday 7th November, 7pm – QEH Theatre, Jacob’s Wells Road, Bristol. BS8 1JX – Ticketline — 07786 952037
LEEDS, Thursday 8th November, 7pm – Lecture Theatre B2, Lesley Silver Building, Leeds Metropolitan University, Civic Quarter Campus, Calverley Street, Leeds, LS1 3HE. – Ticketline —07733 323841
LANCASTER, Friday 9th November, 7pm – Hugh Pollard Lecture Theatre, St Martin’s College, Cumbria University, Bowerham Road, Lancaster LA1 3JD – Ticketline — 01524 388868
EDINBURGH, Saturday 10th November, 7pm – Friends Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, Edinburgh, EH1 2JL – Ticketline — 07809 365609
Webster Griffin Tarpley is an activist and historian best known for his George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography (1992), which has become an underground classic.
An expert on international terrorism with decades of experience, he directed the study Chi ha ucciso Aldo Moro? (Who Killed Aldo Moro?) which was commissioned by a member of the Italian government and published in Rome in 1978. [Aldo Moro was an ex-prime minister of Italy who was murdered by the “Red Brigades,” who were ultimately found out to be a front for a fascist state terror group.]
Against Oligarchy, a collection of Tarpley’s essays and speeches, appeared on the Internet in 1996. He also wrote Surviving the Cataclysm (1999), an analysis of the world financial crisis.
In 2005, Tarpley’s ‘9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA’ gained a following and is now going into a fourth edition. On October 7, 2006, Amazon.com’s top non-fiction book reviewer, Robert David Steele, called it “the strongest of the 770+ books I have reviewed here at Amazon.”
Tarpley has appeared on CNN Crossfire, FOX News, Charlie Rose, talk radio, and cable access television across North America.