Wednesday, April 17, 2013 7:21:42 AM
Do you understand the concept of Confirmation Bias? It's when you come up with a conclusion and then go searching for facts that prove it, instead of the other way around, where you examine all of the evidence and then come up with a conclusion.
Confirmation Bias is what Alex Jones does for a living. Of the literally millions of pieces of evidence available after 9/11, he comes up with a few dozen that don`t seem to jibe with the official story and therefore dismisses the 9,999,950 pieces that do. The pieces that don`t fit are anomalies occurring in a chaotic event. They can be found in any event. Taking a few scant pieces of evidence and ignoring millions to disprove an outcome is the equivalent of saying there is no way New Zealand could possibly have won the World Cup because France scored a try.
Jones really exposes himself this time by declaring a false flag before he could possibly had any time whatsoever to examine the facts.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 7:12:32 AM
You don't need to take a closer look. Family Guy is comedy that pushes boundaries. There have been multiple episodes centered things blowing and people being killed. It is no more than simple coincidence that this particular episode occurred shortly before the bombing.
But for the record, anyone who watched the episode knows that those two scenes did not occur in sequence. And what exactly would Jones` point be? That Seth Friggin McFarlane is part of a shadowy government conspiracy?
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 5:58:34 PM
alex jones can only show you the facts. I doubt that his organization created that clip rather, found it. Wake up guys. It's called false flags, everyone uses them to initiate a social breakdown and institute a state of emergency. i just hope that my buddy remembers to text me when it happens