Noble Lie: a myth or untruth knowingly told by the elite to maintain social harmony, or the social position of that elite.
Just after I returned from DC, I sat down to watch a new documentary on the Oklahoma City Bombing entitled A Noble Lie.
Here is a trailer.
Overall the film is very useful, although they spend some time mentioning and/or following theories that my friend, the late J.D. Cash, called "Alice in Wonderland rabbit holes" -- the Arab involvement crusade of Jayna Davis (which made the Fibbies very happy) and bombs pre-planted inside the building, to name two. (Seeing J.D. in the film reminded me of how much I miss that fearless, brilliant, doggedly determined man.)
I was amused to note that the film makers used my poster of Aryan Republican Army bank robber Michael Brescia that the constitutional militias used to embarrass the FBI into finally arresting that Elohim City roommate of federal deep-cover agent Andreas Carl Strassmeier. Amused, for they did it without attribution or mentioning our little psy-ops campaign. Well, there's only so much you can fit into two hours.
Still, the bulk of the film is very useful when it exposes many of the "noble lies" that made up the federal cover-up, especially the murder of Kenny Trentadue. With the above reservations not withstanding, A Noble Lie is a very important work and well worth the price.
Is there a resource debunking the pre-planted bombs claim?
Wasn't a damn thing "noble" about it.
Makes me wonder if any of the attacks over the last 20 years are no false flags. From the USS Liberty to 911. The feds always withhold evidence and never show video that would clear up all the conspiracy theory's. Unless you blindly follow the story like "Dad" does how can it not make you wonder.
What ever did become of Brescia, anyway? I'm assuming he's been given a home with bars?
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