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HOW CONSPIRACY THEORIES POSE A NATIONAL SECURITY RISK
Published on Aug 6, 2014
August 05, 2014 CNN http://MOXNews.com
recent triumphant presentation to slow the damage done.
Kurt Eichenwald comes off as the ultimate shill for the PTB.
First note that he is listed as a "Senior Writer" at Newsweek.
The host asks the guest about Richard Gage directly at about 33:00, the caller before thanked CSPAN for having Mr. Gage on the previous day.
Note that Mr. Eichenwald admits that he's "not a scientist" earlier in the show and then talks about reading "engineering reports about this", trying to establish authority with the viewer. He carefully obfuscates and then sidesteps the question entirely by asking "Why would they try to knock down buildings? To start a war? " and then answers his own question with " You don't have to knock down buildings to start a war."
He's quite a good at what he does, all the more reason why we need to be better at putting the truth before the public.
Pity the host didn't ask him how large a false flag event needed to be in order to start a "global war on terrorism". After all, the 1993 WTC bombing didn't do it, the attack on the USS Cole didn't do it and even the African Embassy bombings failed to stir the American people to invade and occupy multiple countries, massively increase military spending for over a decade running and shred the founding documents of the republic while creating the very patriotic police state we Americans enjoy today.
But then, the host probably likes his job and wants to keep it. "Good jobs" on tv are hard to come by, eh?
The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.