Dangerous IdeasSubmitted by JoeDanger on Thu, 03/13/2014 - 19:34
Looks like our buddy Cass is at it again. I recall a video aired recently, where, when asked about his intention to infiltrate websites, etc...he just "couldn't recall" anything about it. What a snake and a liar.
Full article at this excellent blog, with an excellent blogroll - http://kennysideshow.blogspot.com/2014/03/dangerous-ideas.html
"President Obama’s former director of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Cass Sunstein, who is married to the interventionist U.S. ambassador to the UN Samantha Power, has a new book out. The title says everything about the book’s content and Sunstein’s previous ideas that certain dangerous ideas held by Americans be either taxed or declared illegal: “Conspiracy Theories and Other Dangerous Ideas.”
Although one should not judge a book by its cover, Sunstein’s book has an almost obligatory drawing of the “all seeing eye” found on the U.S. dollar bill, a bete noire for those who believe that Freemasons secretly run the affairs of the United States. Sunstein not only believes that conspiracy theorists are dangerous members of society but that they tend to lump all conspiracies into one master grand conspiracy with the Illuminati and Freemasons behind them all. Sunstein’s generalizations and the wide brush he uses to criticize those who demand accountability from their government is typical behavior for academic elitists like Sunstein.
In his book, Sunstein describes what he considers to be the most dangerous conspiracy thought crimes in America:
1. Those who believe that the U.S. government or Israel were ultimately behind the 9/11 attack.
2. Those who believe that the CIA was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
3. Those who believe Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated by U.S. government agents.
4. Those who believe that TWA 800 was brought down by a missile.
5. Those who believe that the Illuminati secretly runs the world’s affairs.
Sunstein mentions other “conspiracy theories” but the aforementioned appear to be his Top Five.
Sunstein’s book appeared on bookshelves just days prior to the mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370, which was en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Almost immediately, the Pentagon began to issue “intelligence” reports, lapped up by a sycophantic and unquestioning media, that indicated that U.S. spy satellites failed to detect a “flash” from an explosion on board the missing Boeing 777, and it was a U.S. military “observation” aircraft that supplied the news media with what was purported to be a door from the missing Boeing.
Now enter Sunstein with his interestingly-timed book release on dissembling conspiracy theories. Sunstein’s book also comes at a time when his wife, Samantha Power, is busy shooting down proven “conspiracy theories” identifying the Ukrainian coup plotters as being behind the sniper attacks on Maidan Square protesters and police. In addition, there is emerging strong evidence that State Department European Affairs official Victoria Nuland’s favorite, Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, is a longtime member of the Church of Scientology, a cult founded by CIA and Tavistock mind control practitioner L. Ron Hubbard.
With so-called “conspiracy” facts now penetrating the coverage of MH-370 and the Ukrainian crisis, Sunstein’s book appears thanks to a sweetheart book contract with Simon & Schuster, a division of leading neo-con Sumner Redstone’s CBS Corporation. In essence, Sunstein’s new book is a rehash of his past academic papers and articles on the danger of “conspiracy theories.” However, it is the timing of the book’s release amid his wife’s machinations in the United Nations with neo-cons like UN Undersecretary for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman and his State Department-based co-conspirators, Victoria Nuland and U.S. ambassador to Kiev Geoffrey Pyatt, that is the real news with the appearance of “Conspiracy Theories and other Dangerous Ideas.”"
full article at - http://kennysideshow.blogspot.com/2014/03/dangerous-ideas.html