Isn't Google great? There's no need to do tedious searches looking for the latest 9/11 information. Just personalize and set up the Google 'news' page with some keywords and it's one stop shopping. 'September 11 2001,' '9/11 Attacks' and '9/11 Conspiracy' are a few of my own categories on the page and Google never fails to deliver.
The anniversary, the memorials, the debunking, all rolled into one and you don't have to bother with anything of substance. Mostly just straight up MSM stuff without even some of the fake truther sites like 9/11 blogger getting a link. I mean, why continue to waste our time with the Israel, CIA and pentagon angles to the story when we can have how Paul McCartney was in NYC that day and the fear he experienced. Heavy gripping stuff. Without the Google 'news' we may have missed the real reason why assassination of Americans is often needed as in the Anwar al-Awlaki could have played a role in the 9/11 attacks. Let's not have to bother with that conspiracy about al-Awlaki being an intelligence service asset. We like the 'keep it simple stupid' aspect with the media saying "kiss this."
Today's 9/11 promotional feature from Google is a one-two punch from The Telegraph and The Daily Mail with reviews of the new book "The Eleventh Day." 10 years of research from all across the globe but only now the bombshell that Iran and Saudi Arabia helped Al-Qaeda carry out the attacks. Who can argue with their impeccable sources?
The authors of 'The Eleventh Day,' husband and wife team Anthony Summers & Robbyn Swan, also promote the 'plane at the pentagon' story as well as WTC7 fell from debris damage and fire so it is no big surprise that they would add Iran and Saudi Arabia as co-perps to the official narrative. The successful balkanization of the entire middle east and beyond depends on the inclusion of these two countries with the destruction of Iran as the big prize for Israel. Summers and Swan not only want to sell books with their 'ultimate account' but work to be a part of this scenario as the good little disinfo agents they are.... the testimony of several experts, including a French investigative magistrate, former CIA agents, an Israeli intelligence analyst and former 9/11 Commission staff members ... and three Iranian defectors.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt has labelled internet anonymity a 'dangerous' precedent, along with the same from Facebook's Randi Zuckerberg, but neither has much of a problem with censorship, manipulation of search results and promotion of lies. They prefer the old ways of "it's only news if we say it is." 9/11 Google 'news' proves the point.