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Glenn Beck -- Implied Ron Paul supporters are terrorists -- Disinformation Agent?

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posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 06:47 AM
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I just found this blog entry: Glenn Beck -- Disinformation Weasel Boy


I personally detest Glenn Beck; his smarmy “sincerity” and his sudden advocacy as a defender of Liberty strike me as opportunism at best and Machiavellian at worst. In my studied opinion, and with full consideration that his employer is the propaganda organ called “Fox News” - I believe Glenn Beck to be an evil, manipulative, weasel-boy serving his corporate masters as he seeks to co-opt the REAL liberty and truth movement.

DO NOT BELIEVE THE HYPE! He is a fraud….and worse than a total liar! He gives half-truths to deflect the peoples anger and their actions away from the real perpetrators of our subjugation.

Glenn Beck is on record as consistently mocking “9/11 Truthers” as crazy-conspiracy kooks. I would like to see that squishy little dough-boy try and mock 9/11 “conspiracies” face-to-face with people of real substance and intellectual honesty like these:

Much more at the link, including this video:



Plenty of food for thought, at the link.

Thoughts?

[edit on 21-4-2009 by theWCH]




posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 06:55 AM
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He didn't say that the supporters were all terrorists, he said that Guy Fawkes was and that he worried some supporters might take the metaphor too far because of the connection they had made to him with the "money bomb" and commemorating him. By any definition, Guy Fawkes was a terrorist. He tried to blow up a government building, and while I can understand the reasoning behind it, it was still an attempted act of terrorism.

Any time you use something like that as a metaphor for what you are currently doing, there will be people who either take it too far or think about doing so. Beck's concern was that some people might take the metaphor literally and try to blow something up.



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