“As a matter of fact, the Warren Commission’s inquiry into the assassination started off with a completely unacceptable philosophy for a democracy like ours. One of its stated objectives was to calm the fears of the people about a conspiracy.”
Thought police in full force as Google tries to tell you what’s real and what isn’t. Keeps in line with gaming search results that only return pro-Hillary stories as opposed to other search engines.
The tool itself relies on the logical fallacy of appeals to authority. That authority, of course, Google and Hillary!
They lied about everything that ever mattered. They lied about the Kennedy and King assassinations. They lied about the Gulf of Tonkin. They lied about Agent Orange. They lied about the CIA’s role in the Bush/Clinton era cocaine trade, in the Contra-Crack connection. They lied about the Gulf War Syndrome. They lied about Iraq, and the weapons of mass destruction. They lied about 9/11 and the Saudis, about a controlled demolition even Bush admitted to on national television. They lied about the sarin gas attacks. They lied about Gaza. They lied about the MH17 downing. They lied about Monsanto and cancer. They call evil good, and good evil. They attacked and slandered those who risked their lives, and died, to protect and warn Americans. And look at the way they are covering this election. You are literally an enemy to the media establishment.
Why is this relevant? for a whole lot of reasons… illegal psychological operations including social engineering, social conditioning, black propaganda, and "unofficial cover."
CIA Memo to propaganda assets in NBC, CBS, Newsweek, New York Times, et al regarding assassination of President Kennedy, suggesting ways they could discredit or slander writers or journalists critical of Lone Gunman Theory. This became the template for every cover-up since then.
"Recall how the Post saved us from the truth about Iran-Contra. Professional conspiracy exorcist Mark Hosenball was hired to ridicule the idea that Oliver North and his CIA-associated gangsters had conspired to do wrong (*1). And when, in their syndicated column, Jack Anderson and Dale Van Atta discussed some of the conspirators, the Post sprang to protect its readers, and the conspirators, by censoring the Anderson column before printing it (*2).“
There is a very strong, tactically palsied movement by fanatical atheists today to crush religion, particularly Christianity. The way this movement is led, unfortunately, is as a militant movement that demeans and ridicules people of faith. The common wisdom is that once an idea is sufficiently mocked and ridiculed, then that is the moment the idea dies. For the proponents of this common wisdom, please do tell! how has this worked out for you? It’s only been tried for thousands of years, but maybe you just need a few more days.
Aren’t racist tirades damnable no matter who they come from? Or, to borrow a phrase from George Orwell’s Animal Farm, are some people “more equal” than others?
Why it matters: planted questions deny your right to question candidates asking for your vote. It’s like trying to buy a car, and the dealer telling you only certain questions may be asked of him if you wish to make a purchase. You can’t ask the final price, you can’t ask about fuel economy, you can’t ask about reliability, or about any particulars of the car’s engine or maker because the dealer has arrogantly assumed you have no choice.
For those of you unfamiliar with the term, attacking a straw man is to create the illusion of having refuted an argument by misrepresenting the original argument, without ever actually refuting it. It’s practice is the shameful solace of pedants, debate team drop-outs and scorned ex-girlfriends; and you see it a lot in media punditry and politics.
“The conventional wisdom these days — as heard on radio talk shows in Virginia, in town meetings in New Mexico, or from taxi drivers in Boston — is that Americans just don’t like the press. What do they think? Would you be surprised to learn that reporters are held in the same low regard as undertakers and insurance salesmen…. and only slightly higher than politicians?”