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Oct 5, 2013

A Man Refuses To Pay TV License Fee To BBC For The Reason Of False Start Of News On WTC Building 7 Collapse - Found Not Guilty

This news is interesting. A UK court admits that BBC was an accomplice of terrorists.
The fact is spreading in this way. As might be expected, I suppose very few people believe that Al-Qaida was responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Masatoshi Takeshita
September 28, 2013


English translation of a Japanese article: richardkoshimizu’s blog – September 27, 2013 –

A Man Refuses To Pay TV License Fee To BBC For The Reason Of False Start Of News On WTC Building 7 Collapse – Found Not Guilty


A BBC female newscaster reported “WTC7 has collapsed” on the scheduled time based on 9/11 script developed by the Jewish financial devil.   However, at that time the WTC7 still remained intact probably due to a delay in carrying out the devil plot.   The building actually collapsed in about 10 minutes. Although BBC was condemned for this, it kept silent.  This was a big mistake that scared even the underground community and it showed what an absolute idiot they were.

A UK court functions well. I hope Japanese one will also function well. Thank you for the information.


2013/9/27 05:51

Fantastic!   I’ve got this information from my acquaintance. How about bringing a suit against NHK demanding subscription fee? We only have to make this a topic of conversation and disseminate it. It is effective enough. It might be popular in Japan, too?

>A British man who was sued by BBC for refusing to pay a TV licensee fee has been found not guilty. What is the reason he refused to pay it?

The fact that a newscaster reported “WTC-7 has collapsed” against the background of the building which still stood on the day September 11, indicates that BBC had already gained information from terrorists and BBC was an accomplice of them. The court judged this reason to be reasonable and the man was found not guilty.  He was not fined for failure to pay the licensing fee.


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