Category Archives: Media

Al Qaeda & Associates: Weaponized Islam Courtesy of CIA

With the recent invasion of Iraq by an al Qaeda affiliate, many people lack the context into which to place this most recent development, in order to make sense of it. People are bemoaning the fact the the US war in Iraq was for naught. That soldiers dies and were injured for nothing. That the war was won until Obama blew it. Etc… Continue reading

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Boston Marathon Bombing Debate Jim Fetzer vs. A. J. MacDonald, Jr.

“On Thursday, April 24, 2014, at 3 p.m. ET, Dave Gahary moderates a two-hour debate* between James H. Fetzer and A. J. MacDonald, Jr. on the Boston Marathon Bombing. Was it real or staged?” Continue reading

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Max Malone Meltdown

But after his recent meltdown — wherein he exposed himself as a fraud to his friends and followers — Max Malone is probably now out of the “YouTube hoax meme” business, such as it is…. Continue reading

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Violent video games are a risk factor for criminal behavior and aggression

“New evidence from Iowa State researchers demonstrates a link between video games and youth violence and delinquency…” Continue reading

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Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance

“Julia Angwin talks about the many ways that the government, private businesses, and criminals can and do collect our private data. She argues that, due to the pervasiveness of the dragnet system we live in today, we are in danger of becoming a society that self-censors itself instead of demanding our rights. This event was hosted by the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.” Continue reading

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Did Piper & Glenn have advance knowledge of Sandy Hook & Boston?

I suspect they knew, because they immediately affirmed the reality of the Sandy Hook shooting narrative despite the lack of evidence. They never questioned the narrative, they repeated the narrative, and they irrationally ridiculed those who had good reason to question the narrative, which was odd, making me very suspicious of them and their motives… Continue reading

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Sandy Hook & Boston Bombing: Hoax & Reality?

In light of the recent Fetzer-Friend versus Piper-Johnson Sandy Hook Hoax debate, I would welcome a debate between those who represent the Boston Bombing Hoax versus myself, because I don’t believe the bombing was a hoax and I think the photo and video evidence of the bombing represents a real event, not a staged mass casualty event. I could be wrong, and perhaps a good debate would convince me to change my opinion… Continue reading

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1,001 Greatest Films

Most of these films are linked to watch free online… Continue reading

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Video Game Addiction, Virtual Reality, and Violence

It should be obvious to anyone that whatever we spend our time doing and thinking about in the present will influence what we will be doing and thinking about in the future, and will eventually determine what sort of person we will become. We cannot spend our time doing and thinking filthy things in the virtual world without having this cause us to do and think filthy things in the real world…. Continue reading

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Pop goes the Pope — Pope Francis: Pop Culture Icon

In today’s postmodern popular culture, no person and no institution should be as hated as should be the pope and the Catholic Church. Yet today’s postmodern popular culture loves Pope Francis, if not the Catholic Church, which Francis is trying very hard to put a new, hip, friendly, and oh-so-tolerant face on… in order to make the Church appear relevant to postmodern persons, by ridding her of everything today’s postmodern popular culture needs: timeless morals, traditions, and — yes — dogma… Continue reading

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