The Realist Report: Dr. Jim Fetzer (10-6-15)

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On this edition of The Realist Report, we’ll be joined by Dr. Jim Fetzer, founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth. Dr. Fetzer and I will be discussing the latest geopolitical happenings in the Middle East and around the world.

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The idea of “doublethink” emerges as an important consequence of the Party’s massive campaign of large-scale psychological manipulation. Simply put, doublethink is the ability to hold two contradictory ideas in one’s mind at the same time. As the Party’s mind-control techniques break down an individual’s capacity for independent thought, it becomes possible for that individual to believe anything that the Party tells them, even while possessing information that runs counter to what they are being told. At the Hate Week rally, for instance, the Party shifts its diplomatic allegiance, so the nation it has been at war with suddenly becomes its ally, and its former ally becomes its new enemy. When the Party speaker suddenly changes the nation he refers to as an enemy in… Read more »

Pat pat pat…

You don’t understand…

After Gerard Holmgren died due to ‘cancer’ that emerged suddenly after a week or two…(even though he didn’t drink or smoke)

Fetzer all of a sudden thought the guy was great…

After he thought he was great he started talking about holograms…

What a guy!

https://morganreynolds.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/jim-fetzer-real-deal-gerald-holmgren-rip.mp3

A perfect example above of Pat doing what he does best around here all the time – cut & paste… ie. telling us nothing new with no original thought input. Yaaaaaaaaaawn….

Mr Fetzer’s views on abortion are not very well thought out. I don’t think he understands what the Supreme Court did in Roe v Wade. Before that case, the states could decide for themselves whether abortion should be legal. It was mostly illegal in the states, but I believe NY and CA had legalized it. With Roe v Wade, the USSC made it unconstitutional for a state to make abortion illegal, claiming that it was a “right” for a woman to have an abortion. It is obvious that this “right” is not inscribed anywhere in the Constitution, but that it must be interpreted. I know that the 9th Amendment says that there are rights that belong to the people, but are not enumerated: “The enumeration… Read more »