FAK149-Dean Hartwell

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Who? Dean Hartwell

When? Saturday, July 11, 2015 6:11pm EDT

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Dean’s new book:

Was 9/11 a Movie?  (US Amazon)

Dean’s appearances on radiofetzer

Simon Shack post on Dean Hartwell

Review of show censoredrickreuben.blogspot.ca/2015/07/dean-hartwell.html…

6 thoughts on “FAK149-Dean Hartwell

  1. onebornfreeonebornfree

    Good show, Ab.

    Howevvah, Fakeologist said [paraphrased]: “I’m not an anarchist- we need governments to do [whatever]…..” etc.

    Ab, sorry to have to tell you and your guest this, but you are both dreaming:

    “In your dream, Obama is not a scam”
    “In your dream, George Bush was not a scam”
    “In your dream, Clinton was not a scam”
    “In your dream, Reagan was not a scam”
    “In your dream, all the rest were not a scam”
    “In your dream, the constitution was not a scam”…….”
    “In your dream, 9/11 was not a scam”
    “In your dream, the FBI is not a scam”
    “In your dream, the CIA is not a scam”
    “In your dream, the NSA is not a scam”
    etc. etc”.

    But by all means, dream on!!!! 🙂

    Music and lyrics by Fake-Eye D: “Dreams[ Anarchist Blues]”: www.youtube.com…

    Regards, onebornfree.
    Personal Freedom Consultant:
    www.freedominunfreeworld.blogspot.com…

    1. Dean HartwellDean Hartwell

      Hi onebornfree,

      You are correct to say that the politicians and agencies you name are scams or have been used to perform scams.

      But that doesn’t settle the argument over whether we need government.

      Agents of government can do wrong. They can also do right and do what is beneficial for the public.

      The people who collect my trash work for the government and they do what I am not willing to do. They get rid of things I do not want. The people who fill the potholes do something I probably couldn’t do privately and they do it for everyone who needs it. Are the “anarchists” going to do that?

      There really is no “government” – just those that claim authority under its name.

      Dean

      1. onebornfreeonebornfree

        Hi Ab, I’ve been fine- very busy though, so I have not kept up with your site as much as before. You still do a great job – you are a “a natural” radio host as far as I’m concerned. Say “hi” to Simon and the the gang for me if you get a chance.[ I still read new posts at his site daily].

        As to the question of governments and their necessity or not , this is hardly the place to get into such a discussion [hence my mere assertions via the song I wrote, in my previous post], and besides which, I have no desire/incentive to dissuade you both from your strange advocacy of the state in spite what you both now know about the events of 9/11 and other similar fabrications.

        However please read a short statement titled : “If You Were King (The Dictator Syndrome)”, which I believe succinctly describes both yours and Dean Hartwell’s [and most other statists] mistaken mindsets and assumptions regarding this issue.

        “If You Were King (The Dictator Syndrome)”

        “Government grows also because well-meaning people like you and me believe it should do certain things that seem beyond controversy — find a cure for cancer, stop air pollution, keep violence off television, hold back an aggressor in the Middle East — something that everyone seems to agree should be done. Whatever the goal, it’s easy to imagine that a single-minded government could achieve it.

        I call this The Dictator Syndrome. You see suffering or danger, and in your imagination you see a government program eliminating it. But in the real world the program would operate as you expect only if you were an absolute dictator — having at your disposal all of government’s power to compel everyone to do things your way.

        Running the Gauntlet of Political Action

        Just for a moment, think about something you wish the government would do and that nearly everyone would like to see happen — provide swifter and surer punishment for criminals, teach children right and wrong, furnish health care to those who don’t have it, bring peace to Bosnia, or whatever. Imagine a goal so important that it seems to justify using government’s power to coerce.

        And now, consider what will actually happen to your program.

        To get it enacted you’ll need political allies, since alone you have only limited influence. But other people will support your plan and work for it only if you modify it in dozens of ways that further their goals and satisfy their opinions.

        Suppose you make the necessary compromises and amass enough support to pressure the politicians to vote for your revised program. Who will write the actual law? You? Of course not. It will be written by the same legislators and aides who created all the laws, programs, and problems you object to now. Each of them will compromise your program still further to satisfy his political supporters.

        And if the law passes, who will administer it? You? Of course not. It will be implemented by bureaucrats — many of whom will use it to pursue goals quite different from what you had in mind. They won’t care what your purpose was. It’s their law now, and they’ll use it to suit their objectives.

        And, lastly, the new law probably will generate many disputes — cases that must be settled in a courtroom. Who will decide those cases? You? Of course not. It will be the same judges who today rule according to their own beliefs, rather than by reference to the written law. A judge may even rule that your law means exactly the opposite of what you had intended.

        By the time your program has run this gauntlet, it will be far bigger and far more expensive (in money and disrupted lives) than you had imagined. And it will have been twisted to satisfy many factions. In fact, your program may end up being the opposite of what you had intended.

        In any case, you will have provided a new tool by which others can use government for their own ends.

        Excerpted from chapter 5 of Why Government Doesn’t Work, by Harry Browne : www.jrbooksonline.com…

        It might not hurt to also take a look at the video ,”Statism” The Most Dangerous Religion”:
        www.youtube.com…

        Regards, onebornfree.
        Personal freedom consultant, The Freedom Network
        www.freedominunfreeworld.blogspot.com…
        onebornfreeatyahoodotcom

  2. smj

    according to an article put out by the lawrence berkeley lab entitled ‘scientist as detective: luis alvarez and the pyramid burial chambers, the jfk assassination, and the end of the dinosaurs’ luis ‘fuckin’ alvarez solved the riddle of the motion of jack’s melon on the zapruder film. we are told all he needed was some melons of course, some tape, and a hunting rifle. well, that and a shit-ton of psientific chutzpah…

    “Luie was an expert in the analysis of photographs—his physics group had analyzed hundreds of thousands of photos of interactions of elementary particles, and he had invented a camera stabilizer and other optical devices. He was, over a period of time, able to make a number of deductions from the film. The most important of these was the completely counterintuitive demonstration that something hit by a bullet can be jerked toward the shooter, and thus that the motion of the President’s head was not conclusive evidence for two shooters.”

    luis’ psientific gumshoe shtick even inspired another renowned psientific hustler we’re told:

    Richard Feynman, considering whether or not to do the O-ring-in-ice-water demonstration in the Challenger disaster hearings:

    “I think, ‘I could do this tomorrow while we’re all sitting around, listening to this [Richard] Cook crap we heard today. We always get ice water in those meetings; that’s something I could do to save time.’
    “Then I think, ‘No, that would be gauche.’
    “But then I think of Luis Alvarez, the physicist. He’s a guy I admire for his gutsiness and sense of humor, and I think, ‘If Alvarez was on this commission, he would do it, and that’s good enough for me.’”

    www.6911norfolk.com…

    luis says he was inspired by frame 227 of the zapruder film as printed in an issue of life magazine. what a valuable resource this zapruder film turned out to be…

    m.youtube.com…

    … no wonder another preeminent hustler estimated the value of the zapruder film at 16 million dollars…

    www.nytimes.com…

  3. Dean HartwellDean Hartwell

    It was a pleasure to be on Fakeologist audio today! We are on the same page about the use of staged and scripted events, especially 9/11. I will put the question to your readers here – other than my new book , Was 9/11 a Movie?, can anyone name a published book that posits that no one died during the events known as 9/11?

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