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  3 Responses to “Conspiracy Theories – Northland Age, 20 October 2020 – Martin Hanson”

  1. Martin Hanson, provides John Minto and the readers of Northland age with another excellent piece challenging him on the disparaging use of the term. Thank you Martin for this educative letter in which I learned of Bertrand Russell’s Who Killed Kennedy Committee and its scholarly and establishment members. A committee of experts ignored by the media and hidden away from society, much like the Covid plan-b academics and experts asking serious questions.


  2. Bravo, Martin. While John Minto is to be admired for his activism, he is a limited hangout activist who doesn’t wish to be called a CT. I had also not heard of Bertrand Russell’s Who Killed Kennedy committee, likely because it was based in the UK.

  3. I drove John to Blenheim airport once, from Waihopai. After the spectacle or theater had played out at the road gate. Police on one side, us the other.
    I tried every reasoned approach my limited abilities and resources allow to discuss the evidence of demolition..quietly..off-hand at first. as first acquaintances do but knowing who he was and the importance of his attention, of his understanding ..seeing if there was any way to feed the 911 falseflag into the Waihopai narrative. The same game, after all..
    and same result.
    Discomfort at the argument; that it wasn’t his role to go there…wasn’t his part…that he didn’t really want to.

    You know the close off. You know when it happens. the smack-down ! And that’s it. Finito ! No more conversation.

    John Pilger explains….”In the 1970s, I met Leni Riefenstahl and asked her about her films that glorified the Nazis. Using revolutionary camera and lighting techniques, she produced a documentary form that mesmerized Germans; it was her Triumph of the Will that reputedly cast Hitler’s spell. I asked her about propaganda in societies that imagined themselves superior. She replied that the “messages” in her films were dependent not on “orders from above” but on a “submissive void” in the German population. “Did that include the liberal, educated bourgeoisie?” I asked. “Everyone,” she replied, “and of course the intelligentsia.”