Max Spiers, the BBC and 'Fake News'
The world of information, and who controls it, is very important to the power brokers. Not since Caxton have the reins been so challenged by the Internet and the Controllers are desperate to turn back the tide but it is proving problematical. That is where the "Fake News" meme is coming from, and the BBC is a main exponent of it, therefore we may assume it will do all it can to support the fiction. Its treatment of people like Max Spiers should be viewed in that light.
As we have seen in the past, as with its disgraceful treatment of the 9/11 and 7/7 issues (and later ones) its ostensible purpose to objectively investigate is no such thing. It is in fact quite the opposite: to undermine the objectors to reinforce the (fake) official story-line.
Now as regards Max Spiers I haven't seen the BBC programme so I cannot comment on it directly but I am immediately suspicious by the fact that the 'BBC Big Wigs' have obviously approved the resources for the project and allowed it to be broadcast. Only those that have watched it can judge as to its overall direction and impact.
I did not know Spiers personally and have not followed him assiduously. I have however watched a few of his presentations and interviews including one not long before his untimely and rather suspicious death. I have to say that I found it difficult to follow what he had to say in any rational or coherent way. I am not sure he knew either but perhaps I am being unfair and others have a clearer view of what he was actually propounding or revealing. I am open to instruction by those that know better.
However, if I am right I think this might explain why the BBC might choose him for a documentary because if it projects a 'conspiracy theorist' with little to support his views, its effect is to undermine all such and to dismiss it out of hand as just an example of the 'fake news' it is campaigning against.
The BBC Documentary here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb3CLhrXYK0&app=desktop
This is a response from someone who watched it and I have to say (now I have watched it too) I think they have a point.