i agree with a lot of what you said. but i didn't insult anyone.
"There's a big segment of the population that doesn't want to watch a 3.5hr documentary starring some nerdy looking guy talking about monetary history. They don't know whether they can trust him and more importantly, they don't give a shit."
i didn't call him a nerd, i was speculating that was how many would view him.. this guy..
and more importantly, i was saying that they would be very unsure whether or not they wanted to invest 3.5 hours sitting at their computer talking about such a dull topic especially since they don't know how trustworthy he is. who as it turns out is just another friedmonite socialist.
so yea, you brought up some very valid points. support whoever you want. i love corbetts and hortons work. they do incredible things with a shoe-string budget. but i also think some people need to be weened off of msm. which i view to be ben swann to be the man for the job. he will lead them to more in depth, alternative coverage.
i haven't payed attention to swann for a long time, but i recognize the value he can offer. it's up to you to decide whether it's worthwhile or not.
pressure from all sides, my friend.
that's the best strategy.
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