Thread: Makows New Book
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Old 07-04-2008, 11:46 AM
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Angry peddlers of conspiracy

Impressive: 4800 posts in about 400 days (what else do you do?)

BlueAngel wrote:
I hate that word, but if you must use it, I guess that you must.
which word ?
Could you kindly elaborate on the following ?
The point would have been that while Makow was living it up, there were people in Canada who tried to fight marxism; but he doesn't want to know(write) about them; as if everything was discovered when he discovered it.
In the '70s, '80s, '90s he showed no interest in the subject (of course, in those days there was no fame and fortune, and no conspiracy industry)
So whence the sudden interest in the subject ? Why don't he state the source of his new-found wisdom ? (if he did, he would have no claim to fame)

Ron Gostick organized the Canadian Intelligence Service (not to be confused with Canada's spy agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, CSIS), published a weekly and a monthly newsletter; sold books like "Pawns in the game". In one of the Revelo Oliver recording he is the one who introduces Oliver in Toronto.

There is an other threat on the forum about misguiding agents Rense and Jones (and others) who are leading the people to nowhere (and making good money in the process)
In the early '90s, starting with the book "God's of Eden" conspiracy became a respectable subject and received its own section in the bookstore. "God's of Eden" simply copied and pasted other people's work into one volume and presented it as something brandnew. Conspiracy books became as popular and as profitable as Sherlock Holmes books a century earlier. Money and fame attracted the wrong crowd. It was Micheal Corbin who developed the concept of paranormal radio, but he was not in it for the money, so Art Bell & Co. (no seekers of truth) stole everything from him and made it big with Dreamland and Coast to Coast.
Rense (Art Bell and Gary North) made a bundle on Y2K, and in January 2000 went on with their business without batting an eye.

Long before Jones became interested in the Bilderbergers the "Spotlight" published articles/reports on them when they met. Spotlight was put out of commission, Jones is loaded.

Riley and Kleist couldn't care less about the subject, learned everything they knew about it from Linda Kennedy, yet today they are the stars of GCN, and are pocketing large from the 911 industry.

I wrote on this forum before about how people do not know what they are for and against. How can you accomplish anything that way? And these conspiracy cheerleaders won't tell their customers what exactly is marxism, NWO. So, obviously, their purpose is not to educate, upgrade the people and defeat marxism, but to impress the ignorant and sell them books, DVDs and make money. Conspiracy is a product to them that sells.

My choice words on the conspiracy industry, the plagiarists who are its stars, and the stupid dumb animals:
peddlers of conspiracy and their supporters

In 1988 there was already a plan according to which Canada, U.S. should join in 2005. Lo and behold, in 2005 the three amigos met and signed an aggreement:
Shelley Ann Clark -- Free Trade

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