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First hour: Ron Unz of the Unz Review discusses his new articles “Alex Jones, Cass Sunstein, and ‘Cognitive Infiltration’” and “Twitter Cancels Russia Over Covid Biowarfare Accusations.”
Are true conspiracy theories (9/11 was a neocon-Zionist false flag, COVID emerged from a US bio-attack on Wuhan and Qom, Podesta’s Wikileaked emails appear to contain references to elite pedophilia) obscured by the deliberate promulgation of false ones? Was the idea that “nobody died at Sandy Hook,” and the whole “crisis actor” meme, generated by those whose job is to “disable the purveyors of conspiracy theories” by “cognitively infiltrating conspiracy movements” in such a way as to spread “beneficial cognitive diversity”? And has the COVID skepticism movement likewise been manipulated to obscure the crucial issue of the pandemic’s likely origin in a US bio-attack on China and Iran?
Second hour: Dave Gahary of American Free Press wonders whether the Alex Jones and Jim Fetzer libel suits are his fault. Dave, after all, was the original publisher of Fetzer’s edited book Nobody Died at Sandy Hook. Should Dave have listened to his American Free Press colleague Michael Collins Piper? As Ron Unz reports, Piper warned early on that Sandy Hook was being used to discredit alternative media:
“The Crisis Management Conspirators mesmerized and manipulated American patriots and other skeptics via a non-stop wave of Sandy Hook ‘factoids’ that quickly spread like wildfire across the Internet. And patriot websites by the hundreds—by the thousands—were picking them up and reporting them. These legends—spawned by the Crisis Management folks—became the staple daily diet of email addicts who were eagerly helping distribute the latest Sandy Hook ‘revelations’…
“Precisely because so much disinformation was being repeated by well-meaning and entirely innocent folks, a lot of good patriots concluded that something had to be amiss with the “official” Sandy Hook story or otherwise—they said—so many good patriots on so many websites and elsewhere wouldn’t be raising these questions. …”