Plans for NWO? Plans for Global Governance.
I have been ‘around the internet’ for a long time and I no longer grant credence to articles where I cannot be sure of the editorial fact-checking process and/or which fail to provide sources or citations.
In this instance, the article has some very heavy duty quotes allegedly by Chester Ward and Kissinger, but there are no hyperlinks or footnotes to the source material so I have no way of knowing how much weight to give them.
In this day and age, when linking to a source is as simple as a few keystrokes, I wonder why this is not done. The options include:
- The quotes are fabricated
- The author is lazy
- The author presumes a level of trust in his/her material will be granted
Given the level of disinformation and competing agendas out there, I really only grant a very few authors the trust implied in #3. Seymour Hersh is an example of one.
I truly wish that people writing articles with extraordinary claims and implications would take the time to source their material. This would greatly enhance my ability to determine whether or not to internalize their claims into my framework of understanding.
Without the sources, my answer these days is "not".
But perhaps that’s just me….
Two posts and you’ve apparently annoyed the founder of the site…….nice.
Rather than clog up the forums with new topics why don’t you post here –
I built this sandbox so all of you CTs could play together.
Perhaps belittling new members is not the best way to promote CM.
The fact that it came from infowars.com isn’t proof enough? ~_^
nice to know we have another moderator on this site who can tell people where to post. i am so relieved, i would hate to make that mistake myself
Hi Dr. Martenson,
Good points as usual. The following interview fits into the bigger picture theme raised by the first poster and would appear to be a interview with a primary source person who was around for a lot of earlier parts of this theme and would thus fit into the credible source realm. I am wondering about your take on this interview, if you consider Norman Dodd a credible source, etc. My wife and I watched this video a couple days ago and can not come up with really good reasons why Mr. Dood would fabricate what he says in the 1982 interview. In addition, I found scans of the original Reese reports on scribd and while I have not read them yet (part 1 is over 500 pages), a little skimming seems ti support what Mr. Dodd says (in the watered down version in the reports due to politics of the time) for reasons Mr. Dood notes.
"In an interview with
Norman Dodd, the 1954 staff director of the Reese congressional special
committee to investigate tax-exempt foundations, he exposes the
tax-exempt foundations hidden agenda for a One World Government under
Your thoughts appreciated.
Completely off topic –
We ordered a batch of old crusty Roman coins a few weeks back and have been soaking them in distilled water for about two weeks now. Most of the lightly crusted up coins have started to reveal some lettering and features, a few are quite readable with distinct features. There are a couple of heavily crusted coins are just starting to break off chunks.
Any ideas or tips on how to speed up the process for the real dirty coins? I understand this is a several month long process. I read on one site that olive oil is better than distilled water, but much slower?
Chris, do you mean this Seymour Hersh?
Killing For George
Secret US Forces Carried Out Assassinations in a Dozen Counties
By Seymour Hersh
Just sent an email about the coins and other stuff…