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  • carynlouise24
    It was interesting to see on the 27.02 Russian TV broadcasted a news item on the French Professor who has written a book on 9/11 stating these attacks were an
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 2, 2009
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      It was interesting to see on the 27.02 Russian TV broadcasted a news
      item on the French Professor who has written a book on 9/11 stating
      these attacks were an orchestrated `American-Israeli conspiracy' …

      http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=12488

      `An academic in France has been sacked by the Ministry of Defence
      after questioning the official version of events surrounding the 9/11
      attacks. He now reportedly plans to sue the government.

      Aymeric Chauprade lost his job allegedly over the introduction to his
      latest book about political crises around the world, and more
      specifically, that the 9/11 attacks in New York City and Washington
      D.C. were an orchestrated "American-Israeli conspiracy".

      The Defence Minister had strong objections to the material, so
      Aymeric had to go.

      Jean Dominique Merchet, a French journalist, was the first to report
      on the sacking.

      "The Ministry of Defence has reacted too brutally. They have
      transformed Chauprade into a victim, and not an intellectual
      opponent – even if what he defends is not good," Merchet said.

      Chauprade explained his firing by the Ministry of Defence as the
      result of him speaking about a subject that was considered off limits.
      "I touched upon a taboo – the theory of a conspiracy plot.

      Apparently there is only one possibility in an accidental world. And
      all the wars have sprung from this – Afghanistan and so on."

      The book's introduction highlights a theory that the twin towers were
      blown up as part of an American-Israeli pact.

      "He did scientific work – see it's written here, `the theories
      included here are contesting the official theory of Muslim
      responsibility'. That's an opinion!" says Chauprade's lawyer Antoine
      Beauquier.

      Defence Minister Herve Morin was reportedly outraged by the
      suggestions and demanded the academic's sacking from his job at the
      French Military College in Paris, where Chauprade was teaching
      geopolitics.

      The Ministry has refused to comment on the affair'.

      http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=12488
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