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LIVE RADIO! Jim Hogue on “fictitious scams to push the narrative,” Sterling Harwood on moon landing controversy

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First hour: Vermont activist-historian Jim Hogue recently emailed me: “I gave a talk, last August I think, on the need to create fictitious scams such as Bin Laden, the gulf of Tonkin,  and covid 19 etc in order to push the narrative. With a fictitious scam, those finding it convenient or necessary to believe the scam, may rest assured that the inability to prove a negative will keep all the believers in a state of comfort.  Those of us who tried in vain to convince people of all the negatives of 9/11 failed.  The “great” academic minds of our time (like Chomsky) use ad homonym gibberish to dismiss the truth-tellers, and never contribute anything worth a damn because they chose believe in the impossible.

Jim Hogue ran for lieutenant governor of Vermont in 2020. He is known for playing the role of American revolutionist Ethan Allen in full period costume while advocating secession, 9/11 truth, and other good causes.

Second hour: Philosophy professor and practicing attorney Sterling Harwood didn’t have time to discuss his take on the moon landing controversy last time he was on the show. So let’s bring him back! Sterling Harwood’s highly recommended book The Greatest Mystery of the Beatles: Critical Thinking on Paul is Dead & the Skeptical Sixties examines several 1960s conspiracy theories and evaluates them using logic and evidence.

From the book: “What is the most unlikely conspiracy theory that still has a surprising amount of evidence for its bizarre claims? It is the theory that no man has ever landed on the Moon. There are at least 29 reasons to question President Richard Nixon’s claim that all six landings of men on the moon in history occurred from July 1969 to December 1972 during the first term of his abbreviated presidency.”


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