hosted by Barrie Zwicker

Insight Media Analyst

from VisionTV Website
January 2002



  - March 11: Subject: Six-month anniversary of 9/11
  - March 14: Reasonable Doubts: Do we know what really happened on September 11th?
  - March 25: September 11th was the biggest media event of the season, but there were many other significant stories


Part 1:

What really happened on Sept. 11, 2001
In the almost two hours of the total drama not a single U.S. Air Force interceptor turns a wheel until it’s too late. Why? Was it total incompetence on the part of aircrews trained and equipped to scramble in minutes?

Part 2:

What really happened on Sept. 11, 2001
More troubling questions. Part 2 in this series of commentaries about the events of September 11th.

Part 3:

What really happened on Sept. 11, 2001
Osama bin Laden is not an easy subject. Characterizations of him vary wildly. The most common, because it’s the official narrative of cardboard cutout simplicity, is that he’s the world’s number one villain, the diabolical mastermind behind the events of September 11th. Another view: Osama is “… the conscience of Islam.”

Part 4:

The Oiligarchy, What really happened on Sept. 11, 2001
Even among those who believe that the war on Afghanistan was part of the so-called war on terrorism, there’s a fairly wide recognition that the outcome – the occupation of Afghanistan -- might have something to do with the ambitions of U.S. oil corporations.

Part 5:

What Did George Bush Know and When Did he Know it?, What really happened on Sept. 11, 2001
September 11th has brought mostly unpleasant changes, including curtailment of civil liberties and threatened perpetual war. All rooted in the official story of what happened on September 11th. Namely that one evil man and his network are responsible. And that the U.S. military, intelligence and political establishments were all caught totally off guard.

Part 6:

Subject: Moral and spiritual challenges amidst fear and denial in a propagandized society.