I just saw this film over here in England - as it came out a while ago now, I'm wondering who of you saw it, and whether it's considered to be an accurate representation of facts?<br><br>- padmavyuha<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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I saw it before & just after it's official release in the U.S..<br>I don't recall all of the details in detail, but I remember thinking that it was fairly accurate, <br>but with an decidedly-Liberal spin on it. <br><br>Am I correct it that OUR "Left-Wing"/'Liberal Party' is the exact opposite as YOURS? <br>IOW, The Liberals are skeptical of the present administration,<br>whereas the 'Right-Wing'/"Conservatives" back the current administration?<br>I have heaps of Australian friends on other forums, and that's rather confusing at times.<br><br>Back to the MOVIE: F 9/11<br><br>I recall that M.Moore did quite a bit of fact checking prior to making the movie, in order to<br>present these facts to the American people that (unknown to them at the time) had been lied to.<br>SINCE then, most of the material has been independently investigated, and is indeed at the heart <br>of all the other questions that have been formulated since then. (and quite frankly it was the <br>beginning of the end of American blind trust in a system of governance that we all trusted to do <br>the right thing, while the rest of us pledged our allegiance to, and went about our daily lives.<br><br>On your side of the Pond, you had different information, that IMHO, we should have been sharing<br>all along, since you were as close to the Downing Street situation as we are to the White House.<br>As it turns out, there seems to have been quite a bit of collaboration between the UK & the US.<br>(Whom I have personally come to characterize as "The 3 Stooges" Bush, Blair& Howard.) <br><br>So what's your question?<br>How can we help each other at this point?<br>(btw, how did the Dr. David Kelly inquiry pan out? ...and do you agree with the findings?)<br><br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>[color:white]. . </font color=white>
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