9/11 Round Table Featuring Mike Ruppert
March 2002 discussion on Canadian TV featuring 9/11 investigator Mike Ruppert
Uploaded: 4 Sep, 2019
Recording Date: 4 Sep, 2019
Recording Location: CKUW 95.9FM in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Topical for: Timeless
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
Copyright: VISION TV
Program Title: 9/11 Round Table Featuring Mike Ruppert
Description: This week's episode of the Global Research News Hour is a rebroadcast of a round table discussion featuring the late investigative journalist and CIA whistleblower Michael C Ruppert. The talk was aired roughly on the 6 month anniversary of the September 11th attacks. The broadcaster, Canada's VISION TV, was the first national television network in the world to feature critical perspectives of the official story of the terrorist attacks that brought down the WTC towers, killed thousands and directly contributed to the so-called global war on terrorism. Panelists discussed the failure of standard aircraft intercept protocols, evidence of foreknowledge and guilty demeanour on the part of US officials, evidence of oil pipelines and Afghanistan drug production as a motive for the crime, the compromising of Canada's sovereignty, and the proper role of journalists as they covered this unique event and its consequences.
Joining Ruppert on the panel were VISION TV Insight executive producer Rita Deverell, Journalist-educator Peter Desbarats, former chair of Canada's Security Intelligence Review Committee Ron Atkey QC., and peace activist and journalist Phyllis Creighton.
The Global Research News Hour gratefully acknowledges and thanks VISION TV for consenting to the rebroadcast of this content.
Host(s): Michael Welch
Featured Speakers/Guests: Michael C Ruppert, Ron Atkey QC., Peter Desbarats, Phyllis Creighton, Rita Deverell
Credits: produced by VISION TV
edited for radio by Michael Welch
Comments: Rebroadcast with the permission of the copyright holder
NewsType: Weekly Program
Politics > Activism
Regional > United States
Regional > Middle East
Science and Technology > Computers and Internet
Regional > Canada