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Follow The Money
on July 29, 2013
Mr. Johnson has made a provocative case. Clearly, most rational, critical thinkers in the world know this was an inside job with a groomed "patsy," this time the al Qaeda, previously Lee Oswald, James Earl Ray, accidental suicide, car accident, murder or whatever. But this is the crime of the century and more, and still the media continues to refer to it as a terrorist act, rather than an inside domestic terrorist act. It's difficult even for me to imagine how many people neede to be complicit to pull off something of this size and for what truly enormous financial gain. It comes down to money and or control of something. I don't think Iraq, Afghanistan, or Iran are the answer but I could well be mistaken.
My problem with Andrew Johnson's work is that he doesn't seem to ask the right questions of the opposition, and he allows himself to get into pissing contests that divert attention away from the facts, which stand on their own. Instead of taking umbrage with the inevitable insults and character assassinations, keep the focus on the issue and keep asking the opposition to produce their evidence. By sinking to their level he compromises his significant scientific case.
I am accused by my colleagues of being a conspiracist, because I don't believe much in the press and I don't think congress and the world power layer above them have anybody's interest but their own at work. I'm sure the perpetrators of this crime have spent considerable time in a well planned disinformation PR campaign. The problem is that is difficult to know in this book where the PR campaign stops and individual hacks with huge egos clash. Is Ace Baker part of the campaign or just somebody who wants to fuel his own needs and ego by advancing his theory of mini nukes and in the process going to great lengths to discredit Johson or even Dr. Wood? It seems to me there's really only one way to discern the players without a program: follow the money. Fetzer spends time on his show asking Hutchison about his qualifications and how he makes a living. Who's paying Fetzer? What is Baker's income statement look like? Where is the money coming from? What about the Popular Science piece? Was that group of scientists compensated? How did the money move there?
When we know the answers to these questions we will be closer to separating the the nuts from the payday. But expect the opposition to have unlimited resources and black op tactics to cover this trail.