The relentless hypnotic effects of the mainstream media continue to entrain minds through falsehoods, repetition and teaching to process information through emotion instead of the intellect. In the last few years, comments came in from listeners who were upset about guests questioning the official story of the attacks on September 11, 2001, the Sandy Hook shooting and the Boston Marathon Bombing. The comments were emotional responses without direct criticism of specific content. Its noteworthy to point out that responses such as horrified and upset, etc, while valid in their own right, don’t address facts and evidence. I suspect reporters could be seen as aiding a potential cover-up when they yield to emotional sensitivity surrounding a shooting event (or any potential false flag event) especially if its wrongly used as a shield to condemn any questioning beyond the official investigation. But as Professor Eric Larsen points out, yielding to this pressure create the serpent songs in American journalism and literature.
The state news reported that on April 15, 2013, two pressure cooker bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line at approximately 2:49PM Eastern. Three people were reported killed and an estimated 264 injured. The bombs exploded about 13 seconds and 210 yards apart, near the finish line on Boylston Street. There were many high definition images of the explosions and aftermath available to the public. Similar to the Sandy Hook shooting in Newtown Connecticut, the speculation and alternative theories running counter to the official narrative saturated online media.
Three years later, a detailed 3 hour analysis of the Boston Marathon bombing was posted online. The powerful documentary titled The Boston Unbombing draws from a pictorial record taken almost second by second. It also uses video showing clear detail of devices and techniques normally deployed in disaster simulations. The narrator explores how the event was a carefully coordinated drill presented to all as a genuine terrorist attack. We’re going to hear some of this documentary.
We’ll also hear from the late David McGowen, author of the book Programmed to Kill, and the book Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippy Dream. We also hear from past guest Professor Eric Larsen, editor and publisher of The Oliver Arts & Open Press. A novelist and writer, he is the author of A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit, and The Skull of Yorick: The Emptiness of American Thinking at a Time of Grave Peril—Studies in the Cover-up of 9/11.
The Boston Unbombing documentary narrator calls the Boston Marathon Bombing a disaster preparedness drill gone live which was carried out by people within various federal and local government agencies that have been involved in running mega-disaster preparedness drills across America for years now. The documentary focuses on the first explosion site near the finish line because of the availability of high quality photographic and video footage. Essentially throughout the whole documentary the explosions are described as pyrotechnic displays. Like many staged events and false flags, a rigorous examination processed through a calm, rational mind can reveal important anomalies. For example, almost 2 hours after the winner crosses the finish line, there is a group of mainstream media cameramen still there eagerly poised. The implication is that they’re in on it. How can that be you ask? Operation Mockingbird is generally defined as a large-scale program of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that began in the early 1950s attempting to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes.