Namaste magazine is one of those glossy green/New Age magazines cluttering up most of the bigger newsagents.
It first came to our attention due to one of the worst articles yet on 7/7 - a rambling monologue linking the attacks to Freemasonry and numerology that any decent editor would have filed in the bin. (See Vol 9 issue 1 to understand what we are on about)
The current issue, Vol 9 Issue 4 turns to 9/11 with a three page piece by an American, Debbie Lewis.
The motivation behind the article appears to be disgust at the BBC's February 18th "9/11 Conspiracy Files" programme. The article starts badly - it seems with this documentary "The BBC Joins The Ranks of The Untrustworthy United States Media". As if the BBC had never made a mistake in its history, or never been used by non-progressive forces! And there we were thinking the BBC had vetted their staff for generations to keep the 'wrong types' out. Once again we see the 9/11 "truth" activists acting as if history began on 11 September 2001.
As with any 9/11 "thinker" Lewis is keen to push a documentary - 911 In Plane Site. She does give some credence to Senator Bob Graham - interviewed in the BBC programme - but naturally shows no interest whatsoever in his concerns re the Saudi involvement in 9/11. Next up is standard US racism - as evidenced by both Dr Jim Fetzer and Jim Marrs - 'how can these 19 Arabs do this to us, under the control of a man in a cave, when we have so much money and power?'. It is that feeling of incredulity that fuels much of the 9/11 "Truth" movement.
Oh and the need to sell videos to one another - at the end of the article we find out that Debbie Lewis is the wife of William Lewis - who produced 911 In Plane Site. Small world!