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Ep32-Humble Howard

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My attempt to interview one of my favorite podcasters here in Toronto, Humble Howard. Howard has mentioned researching 9/11 so I thought I’d try and reach out to him and get him to consider media fakery – heck even discuss it on his show! Let’s see…

His podcasts: humbleandfredradio.com…

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Ep32-Humble Howard | radio.abirato.info

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One of my favorite podcasters, Humble Howard, has brought up 9/11 on his podcasts. Rarely does a mainstream media personality talk about 9/11 in a frank way.

I decided to try and talk to him to convince him to consider media fakery.

I’m not sure if I was able convince him, but here’s hoping he mentions it on his daily podcast.

humble

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Ep32-Humble Howard | radio.abirato.info

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One of my favorite podcasters, Humble Howard, has brought up 9/11 on his podcasts. Rarely does a mainstream media personality talk about 9/11 in a frank way.

I decided to try and talk to him to convince him to consider media fakery.

I’m not sure if I was able convince him, but here’s hoping he mentions it on his daily podcast.

humble

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Why war Sims?

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My favorite part of cracking media fakery is the who and the why. Here is Clues resident sage Hoi speculating on the why: www.cluesforum.info…

The idea that several thousand Americans died in the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions, and their pictures tend to look like this, is silly. Unfortunately, the number of war casualties could be several magnitudes higher or lower than any figure given by the media. Think about it: sims are useful to conglomerate enemy victories you want to downplay, or fluff up the effectiveness of enemy moves you want to lure the enemy into believing are wildly successful. It is an interesting and confusing line of thought. But control is the name of the game for the military.

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