Friday, January 5, 2018

The Conspiracy Guy with Jim Fetzer 2018.01.03


James Henry Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight University Professor Emeritus on the Duluth Campus of the University of Minnesota. A Princeton graduate–magna cum laude in philosophy–he resigned his commission as a Captain to earn a Ph.D. in the history and philosophy of science. During a 35-year career as a professor of philosophy, he offered courses principally in logic, critical thinking and scientific reasoning. His academic curriculum vitae as of 31 March 2009 can be found HERE






Today: The Conspiracy Guy #58, Protests in Iran looks very much like a classic CIA attempt to bring about "regime change", just as it has done in many nations across the world and, indeed, in Iran in 1953. While the prospects of success are not great, many who have supported Donald Trump are going to be disturbed by the extension of a Neocon game plan for the Middle East that strikingly resembles that of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. Facebook acknowledges that it is taking down posts and  web site at the request of the governments of the US and of Israel, which Americans ought to find profoundly disturbing. The evolving world situation suggests that China/Iran/Russia are creating an alternative world economic system to rival that of the West, where the American Empire, like the Roman, Spanish and British before it, appears to be crumbling, especially from foreign entanglements and hugely expensive wars abroad, especially in the Middle East. A breakthrough in relations between North and South Korea greatly reduces the prospects for war in that region, but the US plan to launch another incursion into Syria threatens to reignite conflicts that appeared to have been resolves, where Russia has declared its intention to preserve the integrity of that nation. There are signs that the swamp is being drained, where as many as 10,000 indictments remain sealed. We shall see.

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