posted on Aug, 2 2009 @ 06:26 AM
In truth I'm starting this thread to try to get my post count up so I can start a proper thread on the main forums but it's also an opportunity to
be a little ego-centred so I'm going to tell you about myself.
I'm from the UK, in my 20s, I've read spy literature and political literature for as long as I can remember. I came into conspiracy
theories/parapolitics through philosophy, though it was also a progression from my childhood interests. I am a self-taught expert on deconstruction
and poststructuralism, and I suppose from those critiques of apparent dualisms/binary oppositions I came to the feeling that public conflicts often
masked private collusion.
9/11 was something of a turning point, though I suspected on the very day that all wasn't right with what we were being shown and told it wasn't
until maybe two or three years later than I looked into it in detail. From there I explored the history of state sponsored terrorism and militant
movements, not just false flag attacks but also things like the CIA Cuban exile army at the Bay of Pigs, and the development of the Afghan Mujahideen.
I'm now working on a feature length documentary about some of this history, and investigating some of the problems with 7/7. It should be finished
later this year and contains some material largely overlooked by 7/7 sceptics and theorists.