Daily Archives: September 23, 2014

Howard Stern – still lying about 9/11

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If you read my rabbit trails post, you’ll know that Howard Stern really go me rolling on my 9/11 research. Due to my many hours listening to radio, it’s a natural that I listened to the “King of All Media”, which of course is him making fun of Michael Jackson and Elvis’ similar Kingships.

Howard’s insistence for being honest is another reason I, like others, was drawn to him. While he can allegedly be candid with sexuality, it seems he is still lying about 9/11.

Here’s a clip from his September 16, 2014 show where 9/11 comes up again at 2:25:30. It’s possible the call was staged as well (perhaps he’s required to inject psyOp lies into his broadcasts as a condition of broadcasting?), since it comes in without reason or flow. Howard claims he knew someone killed in the towers. He also claims his wife knew someone else who died, whose name began with “M”. Wouldn’t you want people to know the name of someone close who died?

Just like I canceled all my newspaper subscriptions, I long ago canceled my Sirius radio sub. I can’t pay for lies. I can still find a way to listen, but I won’t pay for deception. I’m still annoyed that the whole satellite radio is a scam, if not for just money, but to circumvent FCC rules on broadcasting (which I couldn’t care less about really).

If you are a fan of Howard (and I still listen), he did a good show on one of his wack packers who allegedly died. It’s probably true (due to his dwarfism), but one can only wonder if it too isn’t a hoax.

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Propagandizing with legal abandon

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I’m not sure about the timing,  but perhaps the Snowden psyop was the first “legal” operation directed at the American people.  Before, I’m sure the intelligence/military simply worked around the law and put some effort into concealing their hoaxes.  Perhaps now they think they can operate with abandon and be careless and carefree in their actions.

The US government has a bit of a PR problem at the moment, thanks to Ed Snowden’s leaks and a decade-plus of general antipathy towards its constituents’ rights and liberties growing out of its War on Terror.

Fortunately, the government now has a chance to aim its official version of today’s news at US citizens, thanks to the repeal of a so-called “anti-propaganda” law earlier this month.

www.techdirt.com/articles/2013…

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