ep134-Delcroix of Outside Radio

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When? Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015 5:11pm EST

Who? Delcroix of A View from The Bog


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  1. FauxCapitalist

    Del mentioned that he listened to Alan Watt early on and didn’t agree with the inevitability that Watt inculcates in his audience that the bad guys will eventually have their way.

    I also don’t agree with Watt, and such talk is unjustified at best, and suspicious in the worst.

    All one has to do is look at the American Revolution. From the Declaration of Independence, you’d think King George III was one of the biggest tyrants the world had ever known, and all the things they accused him of doing, he did, though the language was embellished and no redeeming qualities were cited.

    Out of that bloodshed came the most free and prosperous nation the world has ever known (overall, since all other great nations had their dark side, such as slavery up to that point).

    Even Alex Jones took exception with Watt’s gloom and doom, which is interesting in and of itself, because on that same show, Jones revealed that he was aware of Watt correctly outing him as controlled opposition. But the fact that Watt went on Jones’ show over 20 times since outing him as one raises questions in my mind, in addition to the gloom and doom.


  2. FauxCapitalist

    At 1h8m, and again, at 1h24, Deanna Spingola was mentioned, and specifically her position on Sandy Hook (that it wasn’t a hoax, and that Adam Lanza was a real person who killed all those children and teachers and then killed himself).

    Indeed, several prominent alternative researcher personalities were shocked by her position on Sandy Hook, including Dennis Fetcho, who said he scratched his head until it almost bled (figuratively), and John Kaminski, who disclosed on a Fetcho show last year that he hasn’t talked with her since.

    There’s a lot more to the story, but suffice it to say for now that Mark Glenn and Michael Collins Piper played a big part in the “it was a real event” narrative, starting in January 2013.

    For the record, Mark Glenn repeatedly has engaged in ad hominem attacks over it, and Michael Colilns Piper referred to “wheelchair conspiracy theorists”) — he doesn’t even believe Jeff Bauman is an actor, while never specifically refuting any Sandy Hook crisis actor theory evidence until December 2013.

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