Court for non-payment of licence, cites BBC as 'terror org'

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icarusinbound
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Court for non-payment of licence, cites BBC as 'terror org'

Unread post by icarusinbound » Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:07 am

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Re: Court for non-payment of licence, cites BBC as 'terror o

Unread post by icarusinbound » Wed Mar 13, 2013 9:08 am

Report that a UK citizen journalist went to court in defence of not paying his tv licence fee on the grounds that to so do would be supporting a terrorist-complicit organisation (viz: the BBC, and 'foreknowledge' of WTC7 coming down)

http://dangerousminds.net/comments/uk_9 ... well_kinda
Last year, documentary
filmmaker Tony Rooke decided
he’d had enough of the
mainstream media’s repression
of what he considered the
irrefutable case for the existence
of a 9/11 conspiracy, and in an
ingenious illustration of the old
adage about using an enemy’s
own weight and strength against
them, had refused to pay his TV
license on the grandiose grounds
of Article 3, Section 15 of the UK
2000 Terrorism Act, which states
that it is an offence to provide
funds if there is a reasonable
cause to suspect that those
funds may be used for the
purposes of terrorism (the TV
License is a compulsory fee for
all UK TV owners and pays for
the BBC).
Well-intentioned 'troofery', total media construct, or a blend, but very British. Perhaps a way of releasing a mini-movie sequel, keeping the 9-11 brand alive.

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Re: Court for non-payment of licence, cites BBC as 'terror o

Unread post by hoi.polloi » Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:08 pm

Well at least someone has a sense of humor.

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Re: Court for non-payment of licence, cites BBC as 'terror o

Unread post by Rudy Algera » Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:49 am

Surely this interview with Tony Rooke, who refused to pay BBC licence, should be listed here:


full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHQPaAkIl0I

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