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The 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City was a direct blow to the heart of America. 168 people were killed, including nineteen children. For those watching the nightly news, terrorism had come home. For years following the bombing, countless victims' family members, survivors, rescuers, and ordinary Americans, have questioned the official accounts about that fateful day. Hoping to shed light on answers long ignored and censored, both by prominent media outlets and the U.S. government, A Noble Lie peels back what we thought we knew about the bombing and it's perpetrators. This film exposes information never before examined or brought to the attention of the American public. A Noble Lie is the culmination of years of research and documentation conducted by independent journalists, scholars, and ordinary citizens. Often risking their personal safely and sanity, they have gathered evidence which threatens to expose the startling reality of what exactly occurred at 9:02 am on April 19, 1995 in ...Written by
The Gold Standard for Deep State / False Flag Documentaries
This film is such a respectable piece of work - It's been about 5 years since last I saw this film, and I was delighted to discover it offered available for unlimited views via my streaming service subscription, so I decided to revisit it and see if it holds up as well as it first did upon initial release - it does not disappoint.
Oklahoma City is NOT a simple or linear event to make sense of, it defies even the concept of 'narrative', True, False, Fictititious or None of The Above.
There are multiple layers upon layers of cover-stories, disinformation, official denial and flat out lies, to unpack and reconcile it all would take a lifetime (which of course is the point) - the only possible answer to such a challege is "Don't Even Try."
"Just present all the evidence and information that checks out and has been verified - and embrace The Contradiction.
The sheer volume and density of revelatory information, evidence, quotes, witness testimonials is just VAST - and it comes at such rapidfire pace, you will notice something, some fact, that sticks in your consciousness and gains traction on every viewing that you never even recognised the true significance of before - and then the film will tell you where that information came from, who said it, and in what book it appears in to allow you to go and verify that it is indeed the case.
Example, case in-point : The place where McVeigh was living for the week prior to the bombing, with the Big Yellow Ryder Truck parked outside for everyone to see (in order to get noticed) was a motel in Kansas.
What I had not appreciated prior to now was that
1) The Motel was JUST OUTSIDE THE GATES of an Army Fort in Kansas.
2) The name of the motel was "Dreamland", the same name given to Groom Lake Test Flight Range in Arizona, aka "Area-51"
That, to me, tells me that The US Army owned and operated that motel, which was why McVeigh was there, trying to get noticed all week.
NB. The Dreamland motel has since been closed down, razed to ground and demolished, with a Memorial to OKC (funded, by implication, using public money by another State, which States are generally not inclined to do, that is entirely counterintuitive), which further speaks to the implication that DoD paid for it as part of the Cover and Deception to hide their involvement in directing McVeigh and Nichols and the bomb truck
The movie has 10,000 gems like that embeded within it.
Hell, even Alex Jones manages to be on his best behaviour for this one....
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