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Truth in a Culture of Fear and Hate.
The Manipulation of America’s Truth Bearers
By Troy Perkins
Problem, Reaction, Solution - A Familiar Story.
It’s no secret that I’m a Star Wars fan. In the movie, Star Wars Episode III, Revenge of the Sith, the Galactic Republic is crumbling in the midst of an epic war with the Confederacy of Independent Systems under the leadership of a Sith Lord named Count Dooku, a confederacy ultimately controlled by the deceptive (and secret Sith lord himself) Chancellor Palpatine of the Republic. (Those that are not familiar with it, indulge me and those that are fans, bear with me as I explain for others.)
Palpatine had positioned himself as the Chancellor over the entire Galactic Senate through a series of manufactured crises and manipulations using his political influence and had gained emergency powers to fight the very “enemy” that he had stirred up, trained and united against his Republic. It is a classic example of a form of manipulation known in the real world as “problem-reaction-solution”.
---Another blog I posted elsewhere (before peoplefor911justice.com was available)... and this analysis actually stemmed from a friend asking "what I thought" about the WorldNetDaily piece... enjoy---
WorldNetDaily is having to clean up Moseley's article NOTE: There is now an editor's note at the top stating that he asserted something that was false (obviously because he was called on it on the radio with Alex Jones. Here is the prisonplanet.com's write-up about the article and today's radio debated with the author.
Below is the article text and my comments...
***The original article text is in black and comments are red and blue***:
Originally posted on December 15, 2005...
In the Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History there is a major exhibit housed on the third floor. "The Price of Freedom: Americans at War" chronicling the history of America's military conflicts. The exit to the exhibit is a section about Iraq and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In the corner display hangs a section of twisted steel columns surrounded by large, familiar photos of the attacks that day. The description in front of the display reads "Steel column assembly from the seventieth floor of the World Trade Center's south tower" leading one to believe that this was a sample of the main support steel for the buildings.
Fox News, I used to love it, like most conservatives. Its fair and balanced. Of course now, apparently I don't qualify as a "conservative" because I question Bush and 9/11, even though I am for smaller government, against abortion, Im pro gun, pro marriage between a man and a woman, etc.
Anyway, now Fox News' John Gibson says that I "don't believe the 9/11 story" because I "hate Bush". So let me get this straight
Don't believe 9/11 = Hate Bush
Hmmm, that's funny. It makes a lot of since that I would vote for someone twice because I hate them.
And last night Bill OReilly smugly jumped in with his wisdom on the 9/11 nutty theories. He and James Meigs of Popular Mechanics attempted to make it sound like a few nutty professors and some foreign internet sources started all of the questioning of the official 9/11 story years ago, and the American people are so ignorant that a good portion are believing them. This is completely false. By the way, OReilly acts surprised that a new poll shows that 36% of the population question the government version of 9/11 I guess he has not seen the 8/30/04 Zogby poll of 66% of New Yorkers, or the 11/10/04 CNN poll of 89%, or 03/23/06 CNN poll of 83%, or the current AOL poll of 51%, or the current CNN poll of 73%. (Results were as of this writing.)
I must confess, as most who know me can attest, I am no liberal. By far, I am completely the opposite. I am as conservative as anyone that I know. I am a literal Bible believing conservative Christian, patriotic (combat) veteran, pro-gun, anti-abortion, pro-small government, pro-(true) free market, pro-home school you get the point. My views have not changed. These major talk show hosts that are fair and balanced and conservative blindly defend the most non-conservative, "conservative" administration that I have ever seen. What has happened?
Alright, I was listening to the Rush show on the way to lunch as I sometimes do and a guest host was at the microphone named Mark Belling. Part of his opening segment was a rant about Kevin Barrett, the UW-Madison professor (or lecturer) that has stated he believes the US government, or at least some within it, carried out the 9/11 attacks that brought down the Twin Towers
Mr. Belling took the unyielding position throughout his dialogue that not only is Mr. Barrett a left-wing nut case, but anyone that questions the official story of 9/11 must be a left-wing crackpot. This seems to be the way that conservative thought is being controlled.