posted on Dec, 15 2016 @ 06:17 AM
I linked the video interviews here for those who might be interested to get it direct from the horses mouth, so to speak instead of me posting a
predigested summary of it or an almost point by point transcription of the interviews which will be tedious. I can understand some of the reasons why
someone might think it's not worth their time and I respect that, but how can one summarily dismiss something without even looking into the facts that
someone sites that leads to a speculation of a particular scenario and the examination of the implications? It's a conundrum.
This is not good fodder for an interesting discussion to unearth more information to prove or disprove the main topic. For this I have to admit that I
somehow failed to present it properly, not to mention my questionable choice of topic, yet I could've easily thrown in the additional topics of JFK
assassination, 911 and UFOs just to name a few and it will all fall into their proper place in Farrell's grand theory of all conspiracy theories...
well, most of it anyway.
Part of the appeal to me of Farrell's alternative research is his attempt to present the bigger picture. He is a generalist or if one would prefer
like a systems and data analyst. Farrell tries to correlate data, seeks it's origin, and examines the patterns that unfolds and boldly tries to
interpret it clearly to a layman while pointing out it's limitations and pitfalls, maybe his background in teaching in college had something to do
The best part of it is it's relatively free. Farrell's numerous interviews on-line are generous samplings of what a particular book of his is all
about. He already published about two dozen books in different fields of alternative research. His numerous interviews with the late GeorgeAnn Hughes
at The Byte Show
alone will take several days to listen to.
Well, at least I tried and failed... yet again.
edit on 09 11 2015 by MaxTamesSiva because: (no reason given)