9/11 Truther Next
British Prime Minister?
Paul Joseph Watson
Michael Meacher MP, former environment minister and 9/11 truther who attracted press attention for publicly questioning the official story behind the terrorist attack in a September 2003 article, could be in contention for the Labour Party leadership race and thus replace Tony Blair as the next British Prime Minister.
"Michael Meacher is "well on the way" to announcing his decision to stand in the forthcoming Labour leadership race, according to one of his key supporters," reports the London Guardian.
With Tony Blair set to stand down before September 2007, the party leader will be the de facto Prime Minister, at least until the next general election in 2009, where many expect David Cameron, a favorite of the Globalists, to reclaim 10 Downing Street for the Tories.
Meacher is set to rally the anti-war left sentiment of the Labour Party in an attempt to defeat current Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, who up until now has been widely tipped as a shoe in for Prime Minister.
Under the headline, This War On Terrorism Is Bogus, Meacher's 2003 Guardian piece sent shock waves through the political spectrum as he was one of the first respected former government cabinet members worldwide to openly attack the official fable of 9/11 and the manufactured reasons for going to war in Iraq.
Highlighting the complete failure of U.S. air defense systems on the morning of 9/11, Meacher asked, "Was this inaction simply the result of key people disregarding, or being ignorant of, the evidence? Or could US air security operations have been deliberately stood down on September 11? If so, why, and on whose authority?"
He also pointed to the objectives of the Project For a New American Century, a cadre of top Neo-Cons who before 9/11 yearned of a "new Pearl Harbor" and wrote documents foretelling the exact imperial agenda that unfolded after the September attacks, stating that the documents offered proof that the war on terror was a "political myth propagated to pave the way for a wholly different agenda - the US goal of world hegemony, built around securing by force command over the oil supplies required to drive the whole project."
In August 2005 I personally visited Meacher's south London home with my brother Steve Watson and Alex Jones during filming for the Terror Storm documentary. Simply judging from the books on Meacher's office shelves it was quite clear that he was well versed in a plethora of different topics including the real story behind 9/11 and the Iraq war. He was also the nicest politician you could ever wish to meet. Most people in that position get on power trips and think themselves to be above the general public but Meacher was cordial and very giving with his time and the interview was extremely informative as you can watch below.
Meacher has also featured in other documentaries about 9/11 including one that aired on Dutch television.
What are Meacher's chances of overtaking Bilderberg establishment pawn Gordon Brown and becoming Prime Minister? Slim to none - the British hierarchy would sooner hijack the outcome rather than see a fiercely anti-empire, anti-Neo-Con Prime Minister, but if Meacher teams up with any of the other popular candidates running alongside him as deputy head, the margin could get a whole lot closer.
But the odds are firmly stacked against Meacher because the elite have already chosen Gordon Brown - described by many as "Blair on steroids" - as the next PM. Brown and Blair cut a deal before Blair was even elected in 1997 that would see Brown take over the reigns at some point while Blair was still in office. The British public have been ceaselessly drilled into acknowledging the fact that Brown will succeed Blair simply by repetition alone.
As a young politician Brown was a staunch Socialist within the Scottish Labour party. When John Smith became leader of the Labour Party shortly before his premature death, he appointed Brown as Shadow Chancellor. Smith was a member of the steering committee, the inner core of the Bilderberg Group. He got Gordon Brown invited to the 1991 Bilderberg meeting where he was effectively groomed along with Blair as the next big thing in British politics. Incidentally this was the same meeting at which Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton was in attendance, he became President a matter of months later.
Brown has also, as far back as 1998 been listed in the "Global Leaders group" at the World Economic forum (otherwise known as the DAVOS group) . He has often been touted for high ranking IMF positions.
Brown was a traditional Labour figure, the economic spokesman who doesn't know much about economics. He took on an advisor - Ed Balls, a Financial Times leader writer - an ideologist for globalization, in effect - who learned his economic trade at Harvard. Balls is a regular Bilderberg attendee, his name can be found on the attendance lists almost every year since 2001. Brown soon started going to New England regularly for his summer holidays and became a true believer in the the neo-liberal line from Harvard - Globalization, the Washington consensus.
Meacher will have to overpower the might of elitist consensus to become Prime Minister but at the very least he can use his campaign as a soapbox to educate people on the hoax behind the war on Iraq and the fallacy of the official 9/11 story.
Steve Watson contributed to this report.
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