Tuesday, February 9, 2016

There is, of course, a third possibility. "Is Pete Santilli a free speech champion or just another loud mouth?"

So useful to the enemy that if he did not exist, they'd want to invent him.


Anonymous said...

They need to replace Hal Turner.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Feds did invent him. Wouldn't that be embarrassing for the Rutherford Institute?

Chiu ChunLing said...

Nobody should be blamed for falling for a government op.

That's like the people who deride anyone that ever served in the military for not being born with the innate knowledge that the government is screwed up and illegitimate.

The government spends billions on messing with us, shaping narratives and promoting disinformation. Sometimes they're clumsy enough for it to be obvious with a little thought, but usually it isn't.

Intentionally cooperating in a government op is different. But occasionally falling for one is no more a moral fault than your lack of physical strength sufficient to repel bullets with your manly flexed chest muscles. Even if you have that physical ability yourself, it is uncouth to mock the sufferings of those who lack it.