BlogTalkRadio is an internet-based social broadcaster that allows users to set up and host their own radio talk-show with nothing more than a phone and an internet connection...as long as they don't question the government.
As Brian McLain found out, daring to bring up questions about the government's official 9/11 fairy tale will not be tolerated by the thought police at BlogTalkRadio. Until recently, he was host of 'The Angry Scotsman' program hosted on the BlogTalkRadio site. His program was quickly cancelled, however, and his archive of previous episodes purged from the Web after the BTR censors found out about his plan to host an episode dedicated to questioning the official 9/11 story.
"I was contacted rather abruptly yesterday by a member of the BlogTalkRadio staff about that show," McLain told The Corbett Report in an interview Thursday. "He told me, 'We've looked over your profile and we've listened to your other episodes and we don't want this type of material to be distributed out of BlogTalkRadio.'"
Listen to the interview in mp3 format by clicking here or watch a YouTube video with clips of the video below.
According to McLain, when he asked the staff member what the BlogTalkRadio politburo objected to specifically, he was told that they did not want their site used to promote 'conspiracy theories.' It's unclear, however, what " conspiracy theories" the BTR representative was referring to. Is it the 'conspiracy theory' that former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds has been officially gagged from talking about by a US Dept. of Justice gag order?
Or was the illustrious and well-informed BTR censor referring to the "conspiracy theory" that World Trade Center 7, which was not hit by a plane yet still fell directly into its own footprint at freefall gravitational speed, fell as the result of controlled demolition, an idea supported by hundreds of architects and engineers.
Ultimately, perhaps, BlogTalkRadio is not interested in hearing about facts and information. Like any other large corporate entity, they are concerned about their bottom line and are worried about how such content might affect their ability to lure advertisers. Of course, BlogTalkRadio can't sell advertising if they have no listeners, and concerned citizens can help end the censorship by letting the company know that they will not support a website which goes to such lengths to suppress the most important information of our time. Click here to contact BlogTalkRadio with your comments on the issue.