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Prof. John McMurtry: West’s war on Ukraine reveals “supremely evil truth”

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John McMurtry, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Guelph, Canada, was one of the first 9/11 skeptics. He argues that the evil and big lies continue today, as the West inflicts “social destruction” on Ukraine while demonizing those who stand against it. Check out his new article:

“Global Society Destruction” and The Ukraine Crisis: Decoding its Deep Structural Meaning
Prof. McMurtry’s essay “The Moral Decoding of 9-11: Beyond the U.S. Criminal State” is one of the essential statements about 9/11.  (Listen to our interview discussing it.)

A Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a President’s Distinguished Professor, John McMurtry has authored more than 17 books, and will soon be issuing an updated edition of his classic The Cancer Stage of Capitalism.

3 Thoughts to “Prof. John McMurtry: West’s war on Ukraine reveals “supremely evil truth””

  1. Anonymous

    Why does the truth about 9/11 matter? Because as long as the truth I concealed, disregarded, overlooked, and we do not know or acknowledge or even inquire about the basic questions of when, where, how, who and why of 9/11 (all four events) another similar event may be even now plotted, planned with preparations to implement it.

    If you have not read James W. Douglass; JFK AND THE UNSPEAKABLE, about the role of the CIA and the DOD in his assassination and that of his brother RFK, you really should, because these folks, which actually constitute a covert government in and of themselves, without legitimacy (but plenty of taxpayer dollars) are capable of the most despicable heinous acts, involving duplicitously innocent people, and literally changing the course of history. Please keep in mind that we find out the truth only after years and years have passed, long after we have experienced the consequences of these unconscionable actually terrifying hateful plots have been enacted.

    Concealing the truth means that we have no influence on what will affect our lives.

    And as it has been said many times: justice delayed is justice denied.

    Truth out now.

  2. Anonymous

    I listened to your interview with John McMurtry recently and wanted to thank you for publicizing him and other thinkers. McMurtry has a very dense and hard-to-umderstand writing style — he was much easier to understand in your interview. It was a bit painful to see that your participation in the conversation was optional for him — a frequent problem with many people. But you were able to elicit alot of good ideas. I have been looking for an explanation beyond "imperialism" to explain the self-destructive behavior of the ruling powers. Cancer, a thing which only destroys life, seems like a good analogy and a better explanation. As one critic said of Iago in "Orthello" — it is a "motiveless malignancy."

  3. Thank you for the trenchant comments. I agree – cancer is a good metaphor. I also think Makow, Perloff, etc. seem to be barking up the right tree with their "demonic illuminati conspiracy" thing.

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