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  1. richard benedict

    @Uninstall Media, I would like to know your opinion on Hunter S. Thompson. Would you consider him controlled opposition? He has an interesting bio. Have you read much of him? There are tantalizing details [clues?] embedded in his work.

    1. uninstall_media

      I first read Fear And Loathing in Las Vegas when I was 13 or 14, on a road trip in the back seat of a 2-door BMW. About the same time my dad was trying to get me to read the “lluminatus Trilogy”, but I wasn’t interested. Thompson was my introduction to the so called rebel laureates of the 20th century. That first whiff of alleged anti-establishment thought put to ink on paper and mass produced, tinged with the sulfur after taste of gunpowder, motor oil, blood, and hangovers.

      I read “Kingdom Of Fear” and “Hey, Rube!” (his last book) maybe eight years ago. I always appreciated his views and the way he expressed them, truly a rare character in American media. His writing about the 1969 mayoral race in Aspen, CO reveal a lot about his take on politics. The Wikipedia official story is that he committed suicide because of mounting health problems. Of course we have the rumor that he was working on a major piece about 9/11 and it’s been speculated that he was going to come out questioning the official story – to what degree we’ll never know – unless someone decides to publish those writings.

      I don’t really think he was controlled opposition, but I could be wrong. His career dovetailed with the explosion of the counter-culture. (Freak Power, Gonzo Journalism) Did his writing inspire some into excessive drug use and debauchery? Probably. Is that a desirable outcome for TPTB? Probably. “I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they’ve always worked for me.” – HST

      It’s been about 8 years since I read any of his work, but thinking back it seems he believed in the sanctity of the Constitution and that America was being increasingly taken over by “fascist” forces.
      Good question! I am inspired to go re-read the books of his I own.

  2. arthur king

    Ptolemy was right. The Geocentric Model from the time of Columbus is the one to look to.
    Nature abhors a vacuum as they say.

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