9/11 Truther Invited To Address UN Conference



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The United Nations has invited a 9/11 truther and outspoken critic of Israel to speak on a conference panel about the perils of war. The Washington Free Beacon has the details:

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Annie Machon, a former British intelligence officer who has said the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks were “an inside job” in order to spur war in the Middle East, is scheduled to address a June 6 briefing jointly organized by the U.N. Department of Public Information Non-Governmental Relations (DPI-NGO) and the Swiss government’s permanent U.N. mission.

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The briefing, “Determined to Save Succeeding Generations from the Scourge of War,” will be held at the U.N. headquarters in New York.

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Machon’s presence at the briefing prompted Jewish humanitarian organization B’nai B’rith International (BBI) to condemn her conspiratorial views.

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“It is unimaginably inappropriate for Machon to be speaking at U.N. headquarters given her worldview,” BBI president Allan J. Jacobs said in a statement. “To blame 9/11 on a massive conspiracy is vile and outrageously disrespectful to the victims of the attacks in the city she’s speaking in.”

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The group petitioned U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and Swiss Ambassador to the U.N. Paul Seger about her conspiracist and anti-Israel statements.

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“We are writing to express our outrage over the choice of Ms. Annie Machon as a panelist,” BBI wrote last week to Ki-Moon and Seger, according to a copy of its letter obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

“In videos easily accessible and widely viewed on YouTube, she espouses the view that 9/11 was, ‘an inside job designed as a pretext for war,’” BBI wrote in their letter. “In another video, she claims that the Israeli Mossad security agency carried out a 1994 bombing at the Israeli Embassy in London to shatter support for Palestinians in the United Kingdom.”

Read the whole thing, nowhere did I find mention of Secretary of State John Kerry, or anyone else from the Obama administration, calling for this woman’s invitation to speak to be rescinded.