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The Ochelli Effect – Markets Meats Metaphor Morbid

From Ochelli.com

In the first hour, Mike Swanson and Chuck struggle to make sense of the money games. What will the future hold? Is there a generational shift in the casinos? Is video poker ready to be the next generation job for those riding a collapsing economy?

Are you ready to boogie? Is the symbol-minded public merely fighting for and against the icons of history almost no one knows?

Are reformation and reparation anything like they said it would be? Will Pearse do a LIVE radio show again?

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ClandesTime 121 – Operation Terror

From SpyCulture.com

This week I am joined by Robbie Martin and Pearse Redmond to review and analyse the low budget conspiracy thriller Operation Terror. We analyse the plot – where a member of the Council on Foreign Relations recruits a CIA officer to prepare and carry out the 9/11 attacks – and why this is unrealistic. We note several examples of how the film incorporates elements from all over 9/11 conspiracy lore, but especially from Pilots for 9/11 Truth, one of the more wacky parts of the ‘truth’ movement. We ask whether the film is fan service for 9/11 truthers, and conclude that it reflects and represents a lot of the real characteristics of the 9/11 movement. This is a lengthy and very funny discussion that you won’t want to miss.

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Show Notes:

Operation Terror

Operation Terror Youtube Channel (full of weird conspiracy nonsense)

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