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Greg Felton: “Parkland shooting exposes the terrible power and appeal of sacred violence”

Listen HERE. Canadian journalist Greg Felton, author of The Host and the Parasite, writes: “A media narrative of a mass shooting generates quasi-religious loyalty for three main reasons. First, it gives people what they want: a patsy and moral reassurance. Once the patsy is identified and either killed or captured, the narrative then acts as a form of catharsis by providing closure, commiseration and reassurance. People accept it because they want to. “Second, a media narrative is championed by political interests that ‘decouple’ the narrative from its putative cause so that it takes on a life of its own. The…


Dave Gahary and Jim Fetzer on Charlottesville, Parkland, and other suspected false flags

Broadcast live Friday Feb. 23, 8 to 10 p.m. Eastern on Revolution.Radio, archived the next day HERE First hour: Dave Gahary of American Free Press contributed two articles to Fetzer & Palecek (eds.) new book Political Theater in Charlottesville. (I contributed one myself.) His second article “To Understand Charlottesville, Look to Philadelphia 40 Years Ago”  includes a long excerpt from Chapter Five of The Ugly Truth About the ADL explaining how the self-proclaimed “Jewish Masonic organization” has used Cointelpro and terrorist tactics in ways that remind us of what seems to have gone down in Charlottesville. Second hour: Jim Fetzer continues the…