Skip to comments.Disney CEO buries inconvenient facts about 9/11 to protect Hillary Clinton, say activists
Posted on 09/11/2011 11:15:55 AM PDT by martosko
Activists tell The Daily Caller that The Walt Disney Company is refusing to re-air a 9/11-related docudrama, effectively burying politically inconvenient facts about the events which led to the 9/11 terror attacks, in order to protect the political future of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The Path to 9/11, first aired on ABC in 2006, portrayed President Bill Clintons administration as ignoring warnings and signs that Osama bin Laden and al Qaida were planning a major attack on the United States a finding supported by The 9/11 Commission Report. But since 2006 Disney CEO Bob Iger has repeatedly refused to rebroadcast it, or to sell the rights to other broadcasters.
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you can download it here
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Project/Operation/Oplan Bojinka - 1994-95 - Under which POTUS again? =.=
Hollywood = the opposition.
During the Joint Session of Congress
With Bush speaking, trying to unite America
All of America watching
Seantors and Reps. United in accord
She was seen next to Kennedy,
Him looking drunk and Her scowling,
fake clapping, with a face that could curdle milk
Makes my blood boil now, 10 years later
those disney idiots worship rodents
It seems to be on YouTube as well.
An eBay seller seems to have this.
Sounds like a Pretty “Micky Mouse” outfit to me!
Does anyone know where I can get a DVD or Blu-Ray of The Path to 9/11,?
She was and still is scum.
What political future?
Along with her boss, she’s done in 2012.
Go to the link in post 2. There are three files, two of them are the movie, and the third is an update, I’m guessing. Looks like the whole thing is about 6 gigs.
Since DaMouse won’t re-air or sell the rights, you won’t find any DVDs at the store. All you will find are copies that folks made when it aired. Which takes us down the slippery slope of issues. Does their desire to kiss up override our desire to know?
Bingo. Her political past is a fog of nothing more than playing politics. She has done nothing significant for the country either as a carpet bagger senator or political appointment for payback sec. of state.
I remember that! She was shaking her head in denial as GW Bush was addressing the nation. I thought at the moment that her world was crashing down because GW Bush would be the man in the spotlight and she would not have her day in the sun. Reflecting back, I wonder if she knew that her husband had the screwed up the opportunity to get Bin Laden. Probably.
A bias free capitalist would say show it or sell it and harvest some offset to the cost basis. Well, Walt Disney Company, what are you, a man or a mouse? It appears that we can guess that answer and given your founder's known views he would not be happy!
Censorship, it’s a commie thing.
“The right to search for truth implies also a duty; one must not conceal any part of what one has recognized to be true.”
What’s left of Walt’s Disney discarded the truth a long time ago.
That’s why its Tommorrowland is FUBAR with queer “Rocketrods”.
I also remember the memorial service at Yankee Stadium. There was one shot of Sen. Schumer and Sen. Clinton. Clinton had this petulant child look of “I just have to sit through this thing, I am so bored.” Schumer in comparison looked human and decent. But then the former was a carpetbagger, and the latter, well, maybe things hit a little too close to home, and that stopped his nastiness for a while. The senior senator though eventually returned to being Upchuck da Schmuck.
I think that this guy has the entire video uploaded into pieces on youtube
Can anyone confirm or deny that this is the movie of the topic please??
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