Glenn Beck On Libya, Al Qaeda, and Middle East Destabilization

Now I know Glenn Beck can be quite “eccentric” and he isn’t very popular here. However, I still group him under “alternative” news media as he does stray from the standard governmental spiel. I am not implying that he is correct. All I ask is you listen to what he has to say with an unbiased ear as he makes some interesting connections and predictions.

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  • Oneiric Imperium

    I like Glenn Beck and Disinformation both quite a bit. Glenn does what he can. He has made the statement a few times to the effect of “I believe everything I say but I don’t say everything I believe” , implying that he holds things back. I think he’s a good window for people into other things that are more serious. More so given how much he mirrors Alex Jones. Who else is getting regular working white family people seriously questioning the government and thinking about the NWO?

    People who hate Glenn Beck really just hate the white working class whom he speaks to.

  • Oneiric Imperium

    I like Glenn Beck and Disinformation both quite a bit. Glenn does what he can. He has made the statement a few times to the effect of “I believe everything I say but I don’t say everything I believe” , implying that he holds things back. I think he’s a good window for people into other things that are more serious. More so given how much he mirrors Alex Jones. Who else is getting regular working white family people seriously questioning the government and thinking about the NWO?

    People who hate Glenn Beck really just hate the white working class whom he speaks to.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JR6QMHI5D3L6Z4JJBSAKO4KJBE brock

      I hate that earnest working class people fall for his bullshit. The guy is a fucking entertainer. The only bit of his spiel he really believes is the capitalism bit as he capitalizes on the easily influenced masses. He doesn’t even make a coherent argument, he just draws a lot of loose associations that he can either deny later or use to justify the nonsense he spews 24/7. Calling this guy a legitimate source of “alternative” news is a bigger joke than calling Fox fair and balanced.

      • http://charlesfrith.blogspot.com/ Charles Frith

        Plus he’s reading from a script with layered melodrama. Why anybody would let a TV in their front room let alone this man is a leading reason for the imminent demise of the U.S.

    • hunter349

      The problem is as I’ve said before, Beck takes very complicated and multi-dimensional situations and tries to biol them down to easily digested infotainment. He often tries to link whatever he can back to “Liberals”, “Athiests”, and anyone else who feels that pure market capitalism and Jesus can not solve all of the worlds problems.

      I’m not saying that he doesn’t believe most of what he says but he and his team certainly enter the “fact” gathering phase of writing their show with a clear bias which skews their ability to gather information objectively. When they are looking for things to cover they often take unfounded internet rumors, skewed numbers, and guilt by association as the truth because that fits in with the model of the world he has convinced himself exists. Or at least it fits into the model of the world which helps make him more money and gather more viewers who are entertained by his plot lines.

      He may be actually correct from time to time but it is hard to take someone seriously who says things like:
      “most scientists don’t believe in global warming” (you would be hard pressed to find a legit climate scientist that does not confirm global warming)
      “evolution is a hoax created to divert Christians from their faith” (seriously?, Seriously?)
      “Barack Obama is a racist and hates white people or the white culture” (Obama is half white and was raised by his white mother and white grandparents)
      “1 in 10 Muslims is a terrorist” (there are over 1 billion muslims in the world. By Beck’s numbers that would mean there are over 100 million muslim terrorists in the world)

  • MrPINKi

    I think Beck makes many valid points. People give him way too much of a hard time. Granted if you’re not for capitalism than Beck is the enemy, but there is some dirty shit going on under the radar. As if they are trying to create a paradigm shift in the way the world is run. Obviously things need change in many ways, but I don’t want anyone telling me what I can and cannot do when it comes to my livelihood. Beck’s just looking out for the peeps with two turntables and a microphone.

  • MrPINKi

    I think Beck makes many valid points. People give him way too much of a hard time. Granted if you’re not for capitalism than Beck is the enemy, but there is some dirty shit going on under the radar. As if they are trying to create a paradigm shift in the way the world is run. Obviously things need change in many ways, but I don’t want anyone telling me what I can and cannot do when it comes to my livelihood. Beck’s just looking out for the peeps with two turntables and a microphone.

  • Aleph Omega

    Glenn Beck is a media damage-control spin specialist. He’s like an “Alex Jones doppelganger” (as Alex Jones said himself) targeted towards the sheep. I think he fulfills the role of providing a “limited hangout” as they said in Watergate, a sanitized pressure-release valve for the angry unwashed masses to blow off some steam. Then again, even a stopped clock tells the right time twice a day. If he’s really waking people up, and sending them deeper down the rabbit hole, that’s great. But given his track record, I don’t trust him any farther than I can throw him.

  • Aleph Omega

    Glenn Beck is a media damage-control spin specialist. He’s like an “Alex Jones doppelganger” (as Alex Jones said himself) targeted towards the sheep. I think he fulfills the role of providing a “limited hangout” as they said in Watergate, a sanitized pressure-release valve for the angry unwashed masses to blow off some steam. Then again, even a stopped clock tells the right time twice a day. If he’s really waking people up, and sending them deeper down the rabbit hole, that’s great. But given his track record, I don’t trust him any farther than I can throw him.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JR6QMHI5D3L6Z4JJBSAKO4KJBE brock

    I hate that earnest working class people fall for his bullshit. The guy is a fucking entertainer. The only bit of his spiel he really believes is the capitalism bit as he capitalizes on the easily influenced masses. He doesn’t even make a coherent argument, he just draws a lot of loose associations that he can either deny or use to justify the nonsense he spews 24/7. Calling this guy a legitimate source of “alternative” news is a bigger joke than calling Fox fair and balanced.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JR6QMHI5D3L6Z4JJBSAKO4KJBE brock

    I hate that earnest working class people fall for his bullshit. The guy is a fucking entertainer. The only bit of his spiel he really believes is the capitalism bit as he capitalizes on the easily influenced masses. He doesn’t even make a coherent argument, he just draws a lot of loose associations that he can either deny or use to justify the nonsense he spews 24/7. Calling this guy a legitimate source of “alternative” news is a bigger joke than calling Fox fair and balanced.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not impressed with Beck, but I don’t seen anyone else in Prime Time American television questioning the Libya invasion. How many months into the occupation do you think we’ll be before the President acknowledges in a speech that oil exists there?

  • Rheokhu

    I’m not impressed with Beck, but I don’t seen anyone else in Prime Time American television questioning the Libya invasion. How many months into the occupation do you think we’ll be before the President acknowledges in a speech that oil exists there?

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    One little known thing about Gaddafi was his water-farming projects that were started within the first few years of his reign. With the whole “water is the new oil” mantra you occasionally hear, I wonder if a daily 1.5billion gallons of water extracted from the ocean under the sahara desert, could be a useful to the united states.
    (look up the Kufra oasis)

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    One little known thing about Gaddafi was his water-farming projects that were started within the first few years of his reign. With the whole “water is the new oil” mantra you occasionally hear, I wonder if a daily 1.5billion gallons of water extracted from the ocean under the sahara desert, could be a useful to the united states.
    (look up the Kufra oasis)

    • Oneiric Imperium

      I have yet to hear about the Kufra Oasis, thanks for the heads up.

    • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

      of course the issue is touchy and complex, I’ve heard that there is a LOT of water down there, but its not a replenishing source, so it would just be another temporary resource to be abused

  • Oneiric Imperium

    I have yet to hear about the Kufra Oasis, thanks for the heads up.

  • Thørstein Daarkmetäl

    Nice glasses, Glenn. Say, is it just me or does this guy look so far in the closet that he must shit moth balls?

  • Thørstein Daarkmetäl

    Nice glasses, Glenn. Say, is it just me or does this guy look so far in the closet that he must shit moth balls?

  • Anonymous

    The problem is as I’ve said before, Beck takes very complicated and multi-dimensional situations and tries to biol them down to easily digested infotainment. He often tries to link whatever he can back to “Liberals”, “Athiests”, and anyone else who feels that pure market capitalism and Jesus can not solve all of the worlds problems.

    I’m not saying that he doesn’t believe most of what he says but he and his team certainly enter the “fact” gathering phase of writing their show with a clear bias which skews their ability to gather information objectively. When they are looking for things to cover they often take unfounded internet rumors, skewed numbers, and guilt by association as the truth because that fits in with the model of the world he has convinced himself exists. Or at least it fits into the model of the world which helps make him more money and gather more viewers who are entertained by his plot lines.

    He may be actually correct from time to time but it is hard to take someone seriously who says things like:
    “most scientists don’t believe in global warming” (you would be hard pressed to find a legit climate scientist that does not confirm global warming)
    “evolution is a hoax created to divert Christians from their faith” (seriously?, Seriously?)
    “Barack Obama is a racist and hates white people or the white culture” (Obama is half white and was raised by his white mother and white grandparents)
    “1 in 10 Muslims is a terrorist” (there are over 1 billion muslims in the world. By Beck’s numbers that would mean there are over 100 million muslim terrorists in the world)

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    of course the issue is touchy and complex, I’ve heard that there is a LOT of water down there, but its not a replenishing source, so it would just be another temporary resource to be abused

  • Rohatsu

    I never thought I’d say it but I find a lot of truth in what Beck says here….
    I still question his motives though.

  • Rohatsu

    I never thought I’d say it but I find a lot of truth in what Beck says here….
    I still question his motives though.

  • Happypedro

    Beck is a propagandist, pure and simple. Read these books: “Media Control” by Chomsky; “Democracy for the Few” by Parenti; and “The Power Elite” by C. Wright Mills. “The role of the media in contemporary politics forces us to ask what kind of a world and what kind of a society we want to live in, and in particular in what sense of democracy do we want this to be a democratic society? Let me begin by counter-posing two different conceptions of democracy. One conception of democracy has it that a democratic society is one in which the public has the means to participate in some meaningful way in the management of their own affairs and the means of information are open and free. If you look up democracy in the dictionary you’ll get a definition something like that. An alternative conception of democracy is that the public must be barred from managing of their own affairs and the means of information must be kept narrowly and rigidly controlled. That may sound like an odd conception of democracy, but it’s important to understand that it is the prevailing conception. In fact, it has long been, not just in operation, but even in theory. There’s a long history that goes back to the earliest modern democratic revolutions in the seventeenth century… Business tried out a new technique for labor destruction, which worked very well. Not through goon squads and breaking knees. That wasn’t working very well any more, but through the more subtle and effective means of propaganda. The idea was to figure out ways to turn the public against the strikers, to present the strikers as disruptive, harmful to the public and against the common interests. The common interests are those of ‘us,’ the businessman, the worker, the housewife. That’s all ‘us.’ We want to be together and have things like harmony and Americanism and working together. Then there’s those bad strikers out there who are disruptive and causing trouble and breaking harmony and violating Americanism. We’ve got to stop them so we can all live together. [Sound like Beck???] The corporate executive and the guy who cleans the floors all have the same interests. We can all work together and work for Americanism in harmony, liking each other. That was essentially the message. A huge amount of effort was put into presenting it. This is, after all, the business community, so they control the media and have massive resources. And it worked, very effectively. It was later called the ‘Mohawk Valley formula’ and applied over and over again to break strikes. They were called ‘scientific methods of strike-breaking,’ and worked very effectively by mobilizing community opinion in favor of vapid, empty concepts like Americanism. Who can be against that? Or harmony. Wh can be against that? Or, as in the Persian Gulf War, ‘Support Our Troops.’ Who can be against that? Or yellow ribbons. Who can be against that? Anything that’s totally vacuous. In fact, what does it mean if somebody asks you, Do you support the people in Iowa? Can you say, Yes, I support them, or No, I don’t support them? It’s not even a question. It doesn’t mean anything. That’s the point. The point of public relations slogans [and showmen like Beck] like ‘Support Our Troops’ is that they don’t mean anything. They mean as much as whether you support the people in Iowa. The issue was, Do you support our policy? But you don’t want people to think about that issue. That’s the whole point of propaganda. You want to create a slogan that nobody’s going to be against, and everybody’s going to be for. Nobody knows what it means, because it doesn’t mean anything. It’s crucial value is that it diverts your attention from a question that DOES mean something: Do you support our policy?” Beck’s “insights” are propaganda; and it seems like it might be insightful because it’s a mixture of fact, semi-fact, bullsh*t and the playing off of the pattern-finding survival technique that is built into us which makes us see faces in the grains of wood when in truth it’s just grain patterns. This is not to say that there aren’t conspiracies going on; of course wealthy and powerful people conspire together to keep and accrue wealth and power; you think most of them are not sociopathically seeking to serve their own self interests? But that doesn’t mean all conspiracies are true. And so we get media propagandists like Beck, and others on the left even, who get us all divided so they can continue conquering us rather than us coming together to solve problems and move the world in healthy directions. So, in Beck’s world, the Palestinians and George Soros, bla bla bla, etc, etc, are evil masterminds plotting against Americanism. And against the people of Iowa, of course. All the while the 400 families who have more wealth than half of all Americans combined; most of us hating each other and working our asses off for peanuts while they toast each other at fancy beach resorts and the world’s ecology continues to go into the toilet. What Beck speaks of (in a garbled propagandist fashion) are symptoms of a sick system. Read both volumes of “Endgame” by Derrick Jensen. Now there, in my opinion, is a thinker worth listening to and considering.

    • Arcocelli

      you lost me at chomsky.

      • Happypedro

        Could I ask why? How many books have you read by him? And if you have read several, what is your reservations about him? And, forgetting that Chomsky wrote the quote I typed in, what do you think of the content and the ideas that the quote lays out?

        • Happypedro

          Sorry. What are your reservations? (Not “is”; typo)

    • ChrisG

      Chompsky??? Seriously now.

      I think I’ll stick w/ writers such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Frederic Bastiat, Pat Buchanan, Dr. Thomas Sowell, & Dr. Walter Williams, thank you very much.

      • Noct

        Why, most of them are writing in times past with perspectives on culture and politics that are out of date. Few of them know anything about nuclear bombs or media that can be copied at a whim or a difference in power that can’t be solved in your home workshop.

  • Happypedro

    Beck is a propagandist, pure and simple. Read these books: “Media Control” by Chomsky; “Democracy for the Few” by Parenti; and “The Power Elite” by C. Wright Mills. “The role of the media in contemporary politics forces us to ask what kind of a world and what kind of a society we want to live in, and in particular in what sense of democracy do we want this to be a democratic society? Let me begin by counter-posing two different conceptions of democracy. One conception of democracy has it that a democratic society is one in which the public has the means to participate in some meaningful way in the management of their own affairs and the means of information are open and free. If you look up democracy in the dictionary you’ll get a definition something like that. An alternative conception of democracy is that the public must be barred from managing of their own affairs and the means of information must be kept narrowly and rigidly controlled. That may sound like an odd conception of democracy, but it’s important to understand that it is the prevailing conception. In fact, it has long been, not just in operation, but even in theory. There’s a long history that goes back to the earliest modern democratic revolutions in the seventeenth century… Business tried out a new technique for labor destruction, which worked very well. Not through goon squads and breaking knees. That wasn’t working very well any more, but through the more subtle and effective means of propaganda. The idea was to figure out ways to turn the public against the strikers, to present the strikers as disruptive, harmful to the public and against the common interests. The common interests are those of ‘us,’ the businessman, the worker, the housewife. That’s all ‘us.’ We want to be together and have things like harmony and Americanism and working together. Then there’s those bad strikers out there who are disruptive and causing trouble and breaking harmony and violating Americanism. We’ve got to stop them so we can all live together. [Sound like Beck???] The corporate executive and the guy who cleans the floors all have the same interests. We can all work together and work for Americanism in harmony, liking each other. That was essentially the message. A huge amount of effort was put into presenting it. This is, after all, the business community, so they control the media and have massive resources. And it worked, very effectively. It was later called the ‘Mohawk Valley formula’ and applied over and over again to break strikes. They were called ‘scientific methods of strike-breaking,’ and worked very effectively by mobilizing community opinion in favor of vapid, empty concepts like Americanism. Who can be against that? Or harmony. Wh can be against that? Or, as in the Persian Gulf War, ‘Support Our Troops.’ Who can be against that? Or yellow ribbons. Who can be against that? Anything that’s totally vacuous. In fact, what does it mean if somebody asks you, Do you support the people in Iowa? Can you say, Yes, I support them, or No, I don’t support them? It’s not even a question. It doesn’t mean anything. That’s the point. The point of public relations slogans [and showmen like Beck] like ‘Support Our Troops’ is that they don’t mean anything. They mean as much as whether you support the people in Iowa. The issue was, Do you support our policy? But you don’t want people to think about that issue. That’s the whole point of propaganda. You want to create a slogan that nobody’s going to be against, and everybody’s going to be for. Nobody knows what it means, because it doesn’t mean anything. It’s crucial value is that it diverts your attention from a question that DOES mean something: Do you support our policy?” Beck’s “insights” are propaganda; and it seems like it might be insightful because it’s a mixture of fact, semi-fact, bullsh*t and the playing off of the pattern-finding survival technique that is built into us which makes us see faces in the grains of wood when in truth it’s just grain patterns. This is not to say that there aren’t conspiracies going on; of course wealthy and powerful people conspire together to keep and accrue wealth and power; you think most of them are not sociopathically seeking to serve their own self interests? But that doesn’t mean all conspiracies are true. And so we get media propagandists like Beck, and others on the left even, who get us all divided so they can continue conquering us rather than us coming together to solve problems and move the world in healthy directions. So, in Beck’s world, the Palestinians and George Soros, bla bla bla, etc, etc, are evil masterminds plotting against Americanism. And against the people of Iowa, of course. All the while the 400 families who have more wealth than half of all Americans combined; most of us hating each other and working our asses off for peanuts while they toast each other at fancy beach resorts and the world’s ecology continues to go into the toilet. What Beck speaks of (in a garbled propagandist fashion) are symptoms of a sick system. Read both volumes of “Endgame” by Derrick Jensen. Now there, in my opinion, is a thinker worth listening to and considering.

  • Happypedro

    Beck is a propagandist, pure and simple. Read these books: “Media Control” by Chomsky; “Democracy for the Few” by Parenti; and “The Power Elite” by C. Wright Mills. “The role of the media in contemporary politics forces us to ask what kind of a world and what kind of a society we want to live in, and in particular in what sense of democracy do we want this to be a democratic society? Let me begin by counter-posing two different conceptions of democracy. One conception of democracy has it that a democratic society is one in which the public has the means to participate in some meaningful way in the management of their own affairs and the means of information are open and free. If you look up democracy in the dictionary you’ll get a definition something like that. An alternative conception of democracy is that the public must be barred from managing of their own affairs and the means of information must be kept narrowly and rigidly controlled. That may sound like an odd conception of democracy, but it’s important to understand that it is the prevailing conception. In fact, it has long been, not just in operation, but even in theory. There’s a long history that goes back to the earliest modern democratic revolutions in the seventeenth century… Business tried out a new technique for labor destruction, which worked very well. Not through goon squads and breaking knees. That wasn’t working very well any more, but through the more subtle and effective means of propaganda. The idea was to figure out ways to turn the public against the strikers, to present the strikers as disruptive, harmful to the public and against the common interests. The common interests are those of ‘us,’ the businessman, the worker, the housewife. That’s all ‘us.’ We want to be together and have things like harmony and Americanism and working together. Then there’s those bad strikers out there who are disruptive and causing trouble and breaking harmony and violating Americanism. We’ve got to stop them so we can all live together. [Sound like Beck???] The corporate executive and the guy who cleans the floors all have the same interests. We can all work together and work for Americanism in harmony, liking each other. That was essentially the message. A huge amount of effort was put into presenting it. This is, after all, the business community, so they control the media and have massive resources. And it worked, very effectively. It was later called the ‘Mohawk Valley formula’ and applied over and over again to break strikes. They were called ‘scientific methods of strike-breaking,’ and worked very effectively by mobilizing community opinion in favor of vapid, empty concepts like Americanism. Who can be against that? Or harmony. Wh can be against that? Or, as in the Persian Gulf War, ‘Support Our Troops.’ Who can be against that? Or yellow ribbons. Who can be against that? Anything that’s totally vacuous. In fact, what does it mean if somebody asks you, Do you support the people in Iowa? Can you say, Yes, I support them, or No, I don’t support them? It’s not even a question. It doesn’t mean anything. That’s the point. The point of public relations slogans [and showmen like Beck] like ‘Support Our Troops’ is that they don’t mean anything. They mean as much as whether you support the people in Iowa. The issue was, Do you support our policy? But you don’t want people to think about that issue. That’s the whole point of propaganda. You want to create a slogan that nobody’s going to be against, and everybody’s going to be for. Nobody knows what it means, because it doesn’t mean anything. It’s crucial value is that it diverts your attention from a question that DOES mean something: Do you support our policy?” Beck’s “insights” are propaganda; and it seems like it might be insightful because it’s a mixture of fact, semi-fact, bullsh*t and the playing off of the pattern-finding survival technique that is built into us which makes us see faces in the grains of wood when in truth it’s just grain patterns. This is not to say that there aren’t conspiracies going on; of course wealthy and powerful people conspire together to keep and accrue wealth and power; you think most of them are not sociopathically seeking to serve their own self interests? But that doesn’t mean all conspiracies are true. And so we get media propagandists like Beck, and others on the left even, who get us all divided so they can continue conquering us rather than us coming together to solve problems and move the world in healthy directions. So, in Beck’s world, the Palestinians and George Soros, bla bla bla, etc, etc, are evil masterminds plotting against Americanism. And against the people of Iowa, of course. All the while the 400 families who have more wealth than half of all Americans combined; most of us hating each other and working our asses off for peanuts while they toast each other at fancy beach resorts and the world’s ecology continues to go into the toilet. What Beck speaks of (in a garbled propagandist fashion) are symptoms of a sick system. Read both volumes of “Endgame” by Derrick Jensen. Now there, in my opinion, is a thinker worth listening to and considering.

  • drlechter

    I am impressed with the difficulty people have (even here) seeing through a company disinfotainer like beck.
    He does his job, like, like Allex Jones. I guess the film network could give a clue. I believe Beck himself said that is where he got the idea for his character.
    Neither of them are entirely wrong,Jones is actually mostly correct, But they are both only divisive distraction, whose fundamental function is to disempower any one awake enough to sense something is amiss in entertainmentville..

    RE water, unlike what we are led to believe, some entities plan ahead:
    http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/MC30Ak01.html

    • BananaFamine

      That link was a very informative read. You should submit it here, I’m sure plenty of others would be interested.

  • drlechter

    I am impressed with the difficulty people have (even here) seeing through a company disinfotainer like beck.
    He does his job, like, like Allex Jones. I guess the film network could give a clue. I believe Beck himself said that is where he got the idea for his character.
    Neither of them are entirely wrong,Jones is actually mostly correct, But they are both only divisive distraction, whose fundamental function is to disempower any one awake enough to sense something is amiss in entertainmentville..

    RE water, unlike what we are led to believe, some entities plan ahead:
    http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/MC30Ak01.html

  • BananaFamine

    That link was a very informative read. You should submit it here, I’m sure plenty of others would be interested.

  • Arcocelli

    you lost me at chomsky.

  • Happypedro

    Could I ask why? How many books have you read by him? And if you have read several, what is your reservations about him? And, forgetting that Chomsky wrote the quote I typed in, what do you think of the content and the ideas that the quote lays out?

  • Happypedro

    Sorry. What are your reservations? (Not “is”; typo)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=504624590 Chris G.

    Chompsky??? Seriously now.

    I think I’ll stick w/ writers such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Frederic Bastiat, Pat Buchanan, Dr. Thomas Sowell, & Dr. Walter Williams, thank you very much.

  • Gregory

    “eccentric”? Beck is a fear-monger, a racist, a theocrat, a liar, a homophobe, a flat-earther and he also seethes baby goats in their mothers milk on the weekends. Saying Beck has something to say if you’ll just listen is like saying Hitler was a decent landscape painter. And yes, I know for some of you non-lateral thinkers out there, the moment I bring up HItler, I discount my argument…well, I’m “eccentric.”

    fiat lux

  • Gregory

    “eccentric”? Beck is a fear-monger, a racist, a theocrat, a liar, a homophobe, a flat-earther and he also seethes baby goats in their mothers milk on the weekends. Saying Beck has something to say if you’ll just listen is like saying Hitler was a decent landscape painter. And yes, I know for some of you non-lateral thinkers out there, the moment I bring up HItler, I discount my argument…well, I’m “eccentric.”

    fiat lux

  • http://www.charlesfrith.com charlesfrith

    Plus he’s reading from a script with layered melodrama. Why anybody would let a TV in their front room let alone this man is a leading reason for the imminent demise of the U.S.

  • Noct

    Why, most of them are writing in times past with perspectives on culture and politics that are out of date. Few of them know anything about nuclear bombs or media that can be copied at a whim or a difference in power that can’t be solved in your home workshop.

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