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Fabled Enemies
An excellent documentary about the events of September 11. It is 1 hour and 45 minutes long so get a cuppa or a nice glass of chardonnay and watch it.

Comprehensive coverage of the story
Over the years, we've posted many short videos that cover little known facts about 9/11 - almost all of them coming from mainstream press reports.

You don't have to dig very deep. You just have to find all the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle and keep them straight.

This film "Fabled Enemies," which I've finally had the time to watch from start to finish, gives incredibly thorough coverage to all the main issues, well over 95% of the content coming straight from mainstream news reports.

It's hard to imagine anyone so dense as not to get it by now, but there are people who aren't interested in evidence: traitors and idiots.

As a New Yorker, I find these people and their ongoing militant stupidity deeply offensive and morally repugnant.
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Good film. However, I am saddened to find that the 911 Truth Movement seems to have stalled and perhaps the Obama Phenomena was in part planned to lay that and other naicent unrest to bed. Those who believe [many] the official version of events is not the correct set of facts still believe, but don't seem to be pushing for the government to come clean or for the Citizens to take back their stolen government. Many naively feel they 'got' it 'back' with Obama. Boy, will they soon be disillusioned, IMO. Obama has made it pretty clear he is NOT looking 'back' and not trying to find the crimes nor criminals of the past 8 years. Mission acomplished by the Borg.

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