A few days later, we noticed that the two sentences referring to Lisa Guliani had been completely deleted from Herman’s article
And those sentences were about two comments about another article. The comments were favourable to 911 being a cover-up.
Is this guy actually claiming that alex jones and jeff rense don't beleive in the 911 conspiracies?
Actually, and intersting thing here, why did both of these ostensibly independant people make the same somewhat random edits? Are they working
together? Though it notes that the Jones version has more information removed.
Also, the article here seems to suggest that one of the comments proved that there was a conspiracy.
Lisa Guliani and her 17 points refuting Doug Thompson
But in reality the 'censored' portions merely state that
Lisa Guliana (sic), of WING TV, posted 17 well-researched points disputing, or destroying altogether, Thompson's conclusions they
evoked no response. Not a peep.
And, also, notice that this person works for
the same page that is hosting this article, Wing TV.
neither Rense nor Jones received permission from the author to alter this work after it had already been published in its original form (by Jeff
Then its the property of Rense, and they can edit it however they want.
It looks like the entire article is really just hoping to smear WingTv's competition. The iterative bolding and use of 'censorship' seems intended
to really put the association in your mind that rense and jones are 'the bad guys' who hide the truth.
Why would Jeff Rense deliberately delete a reference to the above points, all of which are essential elements of 9-11 truth?
Indeed, why would they, since they regularly promote those basic points and push the conspiracy theory already anyway.
Again, seems like dirty politics and smear campaigns between rense, jones, and wingtv.
Also, while the page distracts you wither 'over proofing' things like what was originalyl in the article (and in the end they ask the author, who
tells them, so...wtf what was the rest of that all about), it seems to leave out the basic question, who altered the articles? Rense.com, as far as I
understand it, doesn't write its own articles, peopel send stuff to rense, and then it gets put up on a page in their domain. SO who's to say Jeff
Rense was sitting there and editing the page? Or Jones, for that matter?
[edit on 12-4-2006 by Nygdan]