Friday 3/27- Listen live - 8 to 10 pm Eastern on Revolution Radio: http://www.freedomslips.com/ - click on the "Studio B" button. To be rebroadcast Sunday 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Eastern on http://NoLiesRadio.org and then archived at the usual spot.
First hour: Professor James Tracy is back from an academic Conference on Conspiracy Theories at the University of Miami. (He wasn't sure whether he was invited as a colleague or a specimen.) While the majority of the attendees wrung their hands at the baleful effects of conspiracy theorizing, a few brave souls like Professor Tracy pointed out that many of the "conspiracy theories" appear to be true.
|Dr. James Tracy|
Second hour: Gordon Duff, Senior Editor at Veterans Today, says the mainstream accident/suicide explanations for the Germanwings 9525 plane crash don't pass the smell test. Gordon says the plane "has a remote, satellite initiated fly by wire system." (Just like the system that took over the planes on 9/11?) We'll also discuss this news reported by Barbara Honegger:
"Associated Press reported today, March 26th, that French President Hollande stated that the outer casing of the second 'black' (actually orange) box, the Flight Data Recorder/FDR, had been found but that 'it was missing the memory card' that captures the critical data needed to determine what happened. This is an absolute impossibility unless someone, almost certainly special forces given the isolated and dangerous terrain, got to the crash site immediately and removed it. Pilots for major U.S. airlines in the wake of 9/11 were adamant that no commercial airliner is allowed to take off, let alone taxi from the gate as I recall, unless both 'black' boxes are tested and working, i.e. the memory card is present and functioning properly."
We'll also discuss false flag terrorist Bibi Netanyahu's election theft, its implications for Obama and the Iran negotiations, and other issues.
Labels: conspiracies, conspiracy theories, false flag, francois hollande, germanwings 9525, Gordon Duff, inside job, james tracy, plane crash