Greg Palast

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BornGregory Allyn Palast
Los Angeles, California
RelativesDavid Kimche
A BBC reporter and journalist who has been termed as a gatekeeper for a vociferous defense of the official narrative about 9/11.

Greg Palast is a BBC reporter and journalist who has supported the official narrative as regards the events of September 11, 2001.

9-11 opinions

When questioned about 9/11, he first claimed that he had no relevant expertise, but then emphatically proclaimed that he and his BBC team had found “zero evidence” and "ruled out” any possibility of 9/11 “controlled demolition", asserting that it “just didn’t happen”.[1][2] He termed describes Steven E. Jones a "complete and utter fraud", but later apologized, announcing his intention "to remove myself from the debate entirely".[3]

While stating that he didn't look into the collapse of the world trade center, he stated "controlled demolition I can rule out... it takes two years to wire a building for controlled demolition".[4]

Christopher Bollyn termed Palast "notorious for ignoring the most obvious evidence of Israeli involvement in 9-11 - or the war in Iraq. He even went so far to say that there is no evidence of controlled demolition or explosives at the World Trade Center".[5]


Bollyn claimed in 2013 that the late "Israeli spymaster and Mossad chief David Kimche" was a first cousin of Greg Palast.[6][5]


Documents by Greg Palast

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:In Venezuela, White Supremacy Is a Key Driver of the CoupArticle7 February 2019Venezuela
Hugo Chávez
Donald Trump
Nicolás Maduro
Juan Guaidó
White Supremacy
Pedro Carmona
Four centuries of White Supremacy in Venezuela by those who identify their ancestors as European came to an end with the 1998 election of Hugo Chávez, who won with the overwhelming support of the Mestizo majority. This turn away from White Supremacy continues under Nicolás Maduro, Chavez’s chosen successor, who was re-elected in 2018 for a second six-year term.
Document:Reagan - Killer, Coward, Con-manobituary17 March 2011Ronald Reagan


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