Broadcast January 12th, 10-11:00 a.m. Central (1500 GMT) on NoLiesRadio.org.
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First half hour: Veterans Today Senior Editor Gordon Duff - a master gunsmith and fully-qualified ballistics expert - breaks down the slam-dunk proof that the video purporting to show "terrorists" shooting a policeman outside the Charlie Hebdo building was staged. There was no actual bullet fired; the "terrorist" intentionally missed the policeman while firing a blank round. This evidence unveils the entire Charlie Hebdo incident as a hoax by the usual suspects. See Gordon's brand-new article:
Fiasco France: Lie to Me Once (updated)
Second half-hour: Civil liberties attorney John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute discusses his brilliant new article Welcome to the Matrix: Enslaved by Technology and the Internet of Things.
Indeed, while most of us are consumed with our selfies and trying to keep up with what our so-called friends are posting on Facebook, the megacorporation Google has been busily partnering with the National Security Agency
, and other governmental agencies to develop a new “human” species, so to speak.
Science fiction, thus, has become fact.
We’re fast approaching Philip K. Dick’s vision of the future as depicted in the film Minority Report
. There, police agencies apprehend criminals before they can commit a crime, driverless cars populate the highways, and a person’s biometrics are constantly scanned and used to track their movements, target them for advertising, and keep them under perpetual surveillance.
Labels: charlie hebdo, false flag, google, Gordon Duff, john whitehead, nsa, philip k. dick, shooting, the matrix