Is it just me, or do most of the lies about America and its psyOps seem to make headlines or appear in British papers more than in their American counterparts? It appears that the Daily Mail and the Guardian are at the pinnacle of pushing outing the 9/11, JFK, and other significant psyOp stories.
In keeping with my psyOps are done within legal boundaries when possible, perhaps there is a legal reason for this. Perhaps it’s because British intelligence is running the intelligence show? Tavistock? More experience in psywars?
It can’t be that Brits are so much more interested in these lies than Americans.
American Airlines and its insurers have settled a long-running legal battle with Cantor Fitzgerald after the financial services firm lost 658 of its employees in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The case had been scheduled for trial in January.
The terms of the settlement were not disclosed when the agreement was announced in federal court in New York.
Cantor Fitzgerald sought nearly $1.1 billion (£680 million) in damages above insurance payments. The firm later reduced its demand to between $400 million (£245 million) and $500 million (£306 million), reported The New York Times.