9/11 False Flag Terrorism Annie Machon Whistleblower 2007





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Published on Apr 6, 2007

"The official story of 9/11 is a crock of lies"

Annie Machon - co-author of the book "Spies, Lies and Whistleblowers" with David Shayler, was a government spy who has worked at the sharp end against modern terrorist threats.

Machon's book, is a damning indictment of the operations and personalities within MI5 today.

February 10th 2007
Charles Wilson Building
[Glasgow University]

Annie introduced William Rodriguez on his Glasgow
appearance of the "Last Man Out Tour" which was scheduled to start after the "Stop the War"
Conference in the building that day.

The "Last Man Out Tour" event was organised by the Glasgow 911 Truth Organisation


Annie Machon, is a former intelligence officer for MI5. She and infamous truthteller David Shayler walked away from MI5 after deciding that they could not morally justify withholding from the British public the unpleasant realities that made up the workaday intelligence lifestyle. This included criminal practices that went as far as subletting an assassination attempt on Libya's Qaddafi to a terrorist organization with al-Qaeda links—3 years after the first WTC bombing in 1993.

Shayler learned that the plot to kill Qaddafi not only failed, but innocent civilians were killed by a misplaced bomb, and bystanders were also shot by Qaddafi's security. The "terrorists" were funded by MI6. The leader of the terrorists, "Tunworth", an associate of Bin Laden.

Machon gives a first-hand view of British intelligence, mostly unglamorous.

Special thanks for the making of this public access media production to Annie Machon, C21 Troy, Peter Jakobson, The Glasgow 911 Truth Movement.


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