"King Charles' Great Reset"?!
And other conspiracy facts, interpretations, and hypotheses
Prince Charles, now known as King Charles, officially launched the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset.” That’s not a theory, it’s a fact. Here’s another disturbing fact: The British Crown is the world’s largest property owner! So now let’s speculate: Will King Charles soon push the “reset” button and become King of the World? Did they play the Steely Dan version at his coronation? For details, listen to tonight’s live radio show with AK Dewdney and Matthew Ehret. (The live broadcast runs 8 to 10 pm Eastern on Revolution.Radio.)
How do we know which non-mainstream interpretations of history and current events are true (or likely to be true) and which ones aren’t? That’s the topic of a live-and-in-person event tomorrow in McFarland, Wisconsin featuring Ron Unz (via Zoom): “WHICH CONSPIRACY THEORIES ARE TRUE? And How Do We Know?” Ron just published six new books detailing his revised understandings of JFK, 9/11, Zionism, World War II, and—most recently—the likelihood that COVID-19 emerged from a US (neocon) biological attack on China and Iran.
The event will feature refreshments and free books. More than one notorious local “conspiracy professor” will attend in person. If you live anywhere near Madison, Wisconsin, don’t miss this one!
Have you ever witnessed a khutbah (Islamic sermon) inspired by Balzac and Dostoevsky? If not, this is your chance! Watch it above on YouTube and see what you think.
Finally, if you are a paid subscriber, you are hereby offered the full, unexpurgated version of my forthcoming article for American Free Press. Enjoy!
9/11 Truth Turns 21
By Kevin Barrett, for American Free Press
After a tumultuous birth on September 11th, 2001, and an eventful childhood and adolescence, the 9/11 truth movement has reached the traditional age of majority. (Yes, I know that 18-year-olds are now considered adults in most states, but that’s more a reflection of the escalating immaturity of the overall population than the wisdom and maturity of the average 18-year-old.)
The 9/11 truth movement founded internet-based information activism. It rocked the world in unprecedented ways. Never before had so many people lost so much faith in their leaders so quickly. Shortly after 9/11, Bush had enjoyed a 90%+ approval rating. By 2004 the self-styled war president, who had strutted around an aircraft carrier in a flight suit crowing “mission accomplished,” was widely reviled as an illegitimate son-of-a-Bush. Though his second term was saved by rigged voting machines, Bush never recovered his popularity.
Mainstream analysts never mention the single biggest reason why Bush and Cheney grew so unpopular: the fact that, by 2006, as a Scripps poll showed, 36% of Americans—over 100 million people—thought it “likely” or “very likely” that 9/11 had been an inside job designed to trigger wars in the Middle East. The thought of a US president presiding over a massacre of thousands of his own citizens as a pretext for war is shocking and nauseating. The 9/11 truth movement’s intense disgust with the Bush Administration percolated into the general population and affected the 2004 and 2008 elections. Even today,a certain 9/11-truth-linked visceral loathing for the Establishment is still a potent political force among many voters, especially Republicans.