Simon Shack and Steve De’ak to discuss 9/11 fakery on Fakeologist’s show, Feb. 12 at 11:00 PST.
When it comes to 9/11 research, Simon Shack’s classic, “September Clues,” was a real eye opener for me. Whether or not you believe the planes were real planes (reinforced or not), “CGI,” or holograms, I recommend watching September Clues, linked below.
For the first few episodes, Shack really seemed to be going in the right direction, with his focus being on missiles (JASSM), and video layering. I remember being blown away by it, because it went hand in hand with my research into what cut the impact holes (JASSM). I even reached out to him to see if he would be interested in collaborating on a video that explained how the holes were cut (video layers and missiles). But by then he had already convinced himself, or someone else convinced him, that there was no real footage nor real photographs, whatsoever.
So, at first, I thought Simon was the bomb, but that ended when his priorities changed from explaining the evidence, to covering it up.
I tried to confront him on his website, CluesForum, about ten years ago, but all that got me was banned:
Simon and I go way back. Several years ago, if you Googled “Simon Shack,” the first hit from Google was my smiling mug. Still cracks me up.
We will finally meet on the Fakeologist Show on Sunday, February 12th, at 2:00 PM EST to discuss September Clues and 9/11.
I was interviewed by Abirato (Fakeologist) in 2012. I was his first interview, and he was mine.
I am sure it will not devolve into a shouting match like so many of my calls with Fetzer do. We’ll be taking calls from listeners if you have any burning questions. It should be fun. Please drop by and tune in.