posted on Nov, 7 2009 @ 04:48 AM
I just finished reading the speech from Chi Haotian. Actually, the article from the OP states that "they believe this speech was given by Chi
Haotian, but any type of Independent Verification to validate the authorship is impossible" In other words, "Yes this is true, we think, but
we're not sure, so it might not be true. But it is true."
I want to outline some things that I noticed.
The article was published in July 2009.
The speech was first published on Feb 15, 2005 on www.peacehall.com and again on April 23, 2005 at www.buxon.com
(This is what the article from The Epoch Times claims)
The two sites are the same exact website under a different URL.
The Whois information lists the same Owner for both URL's.
I performed a few routine background searches for any of this information, but I only found links to the same article that has been posted on numerous
conspiracy websites. Some of which were posted the same day this thread was started on ATS.
The main thing that I noticed while reading is there is no mention of the U.S. being at war in The Middle East and no mention of 9/11. Given the
context of this speech and the ideas that Chi is verbalizing, one would think that both of these topics would have been mentioned, but they are not.
Which leads me to believe that this speech would have been given in a Pre-9/11 World. Further evidence to prove this is given when Chi says "American
has never been attacked on their own soil." (Paraphrased).
There is no mention of any relevant information that could date this speech beyond 1999-2000, but The Epoch Times articles says that it was first
published in 2005 and then again in 2009, but no pertinent information about this speech can be found on any outside sources other than what The Epoch
Times has listed. Both of those sources are shown to be the same website by the same owner thought two different URL's.
Now with all of that information and some of the information gathered from the speech. My opinion is that it's fabricated BS.