A teacher based in Vancouver.
“I studied Marketing management at Kwantlen University/College in Vancouver Canada, and Mandarin at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.”
9/11 Sceptic since?
“I didn’t suspect anything until 2005. In 2005, I was living a luxurious life in Beijing, China, as the private English teacher for Yang Kaisheng, then President of the Industrial Commercial Bank of China, the largest bank in the world. I was also a corporate trainer for various multinational corporations. Like many people, I believed 9/11 was about America getting blowback from decades of failed foreign policy.”
“At that time, my roommate frequently listened to the Alex Jones Show, a nationally syndicated news/talk radio show based out of Austin, Texas. I remember often coming home to hear Jones, with his thick Texas accent, telling his listeners how he thought the world was run. To me, his ideology seemed radical and baseless until my roommate pleaded with me to sit down and watch one of his films. I said I had neither the time nor the desire to watch a full film, but that I would give him five minutes of my sincere attention. During those five minutes, he played a clip from Martial Law where I saw the collapse of (Building) 7 WTC. It was only then that I started asking questions.”
Why should we care?
“9/11 brought Canadian troops into Afghanistan and delivered Canadian material support to the war in Iraq. In fact, it is, as Stephen Harper reminded us on September 11, 2007, our sole reason for participation in the War on Terror: ‘And that is why the countries of the United Nations . . . launched their mission in Afghanistan – to deal with the source of the 9/11 terror.’”
“However, what Harper did not mention is that we only did so because then Secretary of State Colin Powell promised us a white paper linking Osama Bin Laden to the attacks. That white paper never materialized.”