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originally posted by: PhyllidaDavenport
The more a topic is banned from being discussed, the more conspiracy theories will emerge. They make a story ridiculous and ostracise people who question it play on their guilt make them feel ashamed not to believe. Like with 9/11 and other incidents, TPTB have a way of making each scenario more horrific than the last in order that it will turn public opinion against anyone that questions the narrative. When people cry "what about the children?" or "Respect the dead" etc that shuts down any questions before they start, a bit like the arguement stopper of calling people "racist". No-one wants to be "that" person so everyone shuts up and puts up, but....when you make something illegal or ban a subject from being spoken about, that only adds fuel to the fire.
Alex Jones and others like David Icke, put themselves out there and ask the hard questions. I'm sure they don't purposefully want to look like complete nutjobs but yet that's how they are portrayed. Now that could be a whitewash to make people believe they are nutjobs so as to give them no credence but at the end of the day, all we can ever know without personally investigating a scenario boots on the ground, is what we are told regardless of who's telling us, and that is always controlled by someone somewhere for their own reasons, not for reasons of "respect the dead" the people that do these atrocities and run them don't give a fig about respect, they have other more pressing agendas but human guilt is a handy tool and used well on these terrible occasions.
NBC News is moving ahead with plans to air Megyn Kelly’s interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones this weekend despite a backlash that has cost the show advertisers and led to Kelly being dropped as host for an event by an organization founded by parents of children killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The network has been taken aback by the response to booking Jones, the “Infowars” host who has questioned whether the killing of 26 people in 2012 at the school in Newton, Connecticut, was a hoax. NBC News Chairman Andy Lack said the story will be edited with the sensitivity of its critics in mind.
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
Megyn Kelly is so desperate for ratings she's willing to bring up Sandy Hook and Alex Jones?
MSM talking heads are as bad as politicians in not knowing when to retire.