“Missing Links” Provides the Critics of 9/11 Truth with Ample Ammunition
by Reprehensor, 911blogger.com
The words of the Greek playwright Euripides come to mind, “A bad beginning makes a bad ending”.
(Oh, and let me break this to the Bigfoot researchers right now… no, this film is not that crossover hit you have been waiting for breathlessly. ‘Missing Link’ in this case, refers to Jewish people… I know, I know… I feel your pain…)
The film starts out by giving “Special thanks to the independent investigators and agents, analysts and assets of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, and Intelligence sectors of the United States Armed Forces who are still loyal to America.”
Surely, they don’t mean George Walker Bush’s ‘Amerika’?
It reminds one of the newbie on the business end of the fraternity paddle in Animal House, “Thank you, sir! May I have another?”
Perhaps I’m being too elitist here… everybody knows Dickens, right? I guess the filmmakers could be seen as playing the part of Oliver Twist, “Please sir, I want some more.”
If you were to take Jason Bermas’ recent documentary, Fabled Enemies and strip away all of the copious links that the alleged hijackers had to Western intelligence and possibly the US military, you would have the basic framework for Missing Links. Then, ignore the gargantuan profits that US oil companies have raked in, following the destructive wake of the “War on Terror” … and then you ignore the gargantuan profits that the US defense industry has raked in, post-9/11, and you’re half way done building Missing Links. Finally, ignore the fact that US and Israeli intelligence agencies have shared information, common goals (Cold War espionage anyone?) and HUMINT operations since 1951 (and even pre-dating the state of Israel in 1945 via the OSS), and the stage is set for an ahistorical hit and miss picture show that covers intelligence ops over the last 40 years with a very uneven keel.
By way of prior example, Missing Links intends to expose a “Jewish criminal network” that the filmmakers believe pulled off 9/11. (Don’t worry about NORAD’s lies, don’t worry about the 9/11 War Games, don’t worry about top CIA/Al Qaeda guy Ali Mohamed, don’t worry about CIA/Al Qaeda guy/Bojinka man Ramzi Yousef, don’t worry about CIA/Al Qaeda guy Luai Sakra, don’t worry about the instant appearance of the PATRIOT Act… after all, the makers of Missing Links didn’t.) The documentary starts out by examining the Lavon Affair. The Lavon Affair (See also: Operation Susannah), is a documented historical fact, well-known, and examined in several books, including “official sources” like Raviv and Melman’s Every Spy a Prince. The filmmakers do not spend much time analyzing the Affair as a failed venture. Instead, they follow the segment by taking a moment to infer that the WTC Towers were obviously blown up by the same people. Obviously.
The makers of the film do take a moment to lament the scapegoating of Israeli defense minister Pinhas Lavon, who got stuck holding the bag for the bungled operation, and earned an infamous place in history… and then they proceed to scapegoat Jews for 9/11.