Translated by DJDaveMark for ReOpen911.info
October 23, 2008
After one of France’s most famous stand-up comedians apologized for claiming the 9/11 terrorist attacks were an “enormous lie”, Monsieur Bigard, a friend of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, details the aftermath which resulted from his infamous appearance on the Europe 1 Radio Show by appearing on the Grand Journal television show.
Invited by Michel Denisot to talk about his role in Clérambard, which opened September 16th, 2008, at the Théâtre Hébertot, Jean-Marie Bigard returns once again to the subject of September 11th.
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He details how he endured violent accusations of ‘revisionism’ and ‘denial’ from several newspapers including Le Canard Enchaîné and Charlie Hebdo, which resulted in an onslaught of hate mail and death threats. He states how he has never “denied 9/11”, inferring to a headline used the very next day after he appeared on the Europe 1 radio show. Like millions of people all over the world, and millions from even the US alone, he is skeptical of the official government version of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Jean-Marie Bigard also tells us of how the host, Laurent Ruquier, was ready to invite him back onto his show, but that the management of Europe 1 let him know this was undesirable.
Towards the end of the interview he points out the fact that merely $15 million was allocated to the 9/11 Commission to investigate the most murderous terrorist attack ever committed on American soil, in stark contrast to the $42 million spent to investigate Bill Clintons’ sexual escapades.
Monsieur Bigard maintains that only a new investigation into the tragic events of September 11th, 2001 could respond to his doubts which he shares with millions of people around the world.
“I’m very skeptical, and believe me there are an enormous amount of people from all over the world who are also very skeptical. And if there is ever a day when could discuss all this, it surely shouldn’t be with a loud-mouth comic like me, but with specialists, architects, scientists, transportation secretaries et only people qualified in their fields.”
Jean-Marie Bigard, October 17th, 2008, in response to the the official government version of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.