by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: I had joked earlier that almost every single demolition distraction theory makes an appearance in Fallout New Vegas including “mini-nukes“, “ray beams from space“, “C-4 charges“, and “thermite“. Well, it turns out that Steven Jones’ new distraction theory is also to be found in the popular video game. Say hi to “Thump Thump”
Just a quick note.
Steven Jones’ “nanothermite” distraction is falling out of favor with the remaining Truth advocates so in a desperate attempt to keep them from testing for residues of the high explosives that were used to demolish the Twin Towers and Building 7, Steven has come out with a couple of new trial balloons to float in front of them to see if either of them resonate with the community.
First of all understand that Steven Jones is paid and paid well by neocon university BYU as per Steven’s own admission. Read the following for details of Jones’ admission that BYU financed and peer reviewed his “nanothermite” paper and then paid to have it published at the vanity press publishing house.
Also remember that BYU honored Dick Cheney in 2007 with an honorary doctorate around the same time they elevated Steven Jones to the position of Professor Emeritus. And then consider this statement from the then head of the Church of Latter Day Saints and BYU, their flagship university:
“It may even be that [the Lord] will hold us responsible if we try to impede or hedge up the way of those who are involved in a contest with forces of evil and repression.” Gordon B. Hinckley, 2003
Keep in mind that Gordon B. Hinckley and his family have a history with the Bush family and that before he left office, George W. Bush rewarded BYU with a massive 1.2 billion dollar NSA project to be built near BYU’s campus and staffed with many BYU graduates. Gordon B. Hinckley received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2004.
“In view of these contributions to 9/11 research, my friend and fellow 9/11-researcher Kevin Ryan said “Hurray for BYU!” And I have to agree.” Steven Jones
It’s pretty hard to imagine that an institution that believes God will hold you responsible for hindering Bush’s “Global War on Terror”, would finance and support a leading Truth advocate and his “research”.
Unless of course, that Truth advocate is doing something else.
Jones’ “nanothermite” distraction is wearing thin. In short, most real Truth advocates know it’s bullshit. So it looks like Jones is now working up a different distraction, this time by rehashing some old Judy Wood brand disinfo.
Jones went on Guns and Butter the other day to specifically talk about Tesla’s “earthquake weapon” and how it relates to building demolitions. He kept going on and on about how resonating vibrations from small machines could demolish buildings. Everything Bonnie talked about including HAARP, Jones just brought it back to how it related to demolishing buildings. His “scientific” comparisons were to a crystal glass shattering and a child swinging on a swing set. He claims as “evidence” the fact that Tesla gave an interview in which he recalled an experiment that nearly brought down his “steel framed” building.
At one point Jones makes the following statement:
“Tesla’s machine, his earthquake machine actually contacted the building and pushed on it. Thump. Thump. Thump.” Steven Jones
“Thump thump thump“. Hmmm. Does that sound like a new explanation for the explosions heard prior to the demolition of the Twin Towers? Does that sound like he’s floating an new narrative for the explosions heard during the demolition?
Clearly what Jones is doing is dusting off an old distraction disinfo campaign from the “dustification lady” herself, Judy Wood.
Considering the fact that fake “truther” Jesse Ventura was also recently regurgitating her tired bullshit live on the air with AJ and also the fact that Judy “Cheetos” Wood has a recent book out, my guess is that someone somewhere with a lot of money thinks they can steer us in an even dumber direction right before the 10th anniversary of the attacks on 9/11.
Can’t say I am surprised that Jones would go to this length to prostitute himself to BYU’s political interests. After having successfully misled the Truth movement for the better part of 6 years, Jones is now nothing more than a professional rainmaker, a side-show carney barker pretending to still have a thread of credibility in the scientific community but only successfully fooling himself while in the company of laymen.