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Peter Phillips exposes global power elite, Cat McGuire on The Met’s “conspiracy” exhibit
First hour: Sociology professor and former Project Censored director Peter Phillips  discusses his new book Giants: The Global Power Elite, which names “the top 389 most powerful players in world capitalism” and explains how their power  base works. Interlocking asset management companies (JPMorgan Chase, Vanguard, B of A, Blackrock, etc.), incestuous ultra-elite policy planning centers (G30, Atlantic Council, Trilateral Commission, CFR, Bilderberg, Davos), military-industrial-intelligence cartels (Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, Boeing, Blackwater/XE/Academi, G4S), mind control and propaganda outfits (WPP and its CIA cover firm subsidary Hill & Knowlton) and their media stooges (Comcast, Disney, Time Warner, 21st Century Fox, Bertelsmann, Viacom/CBS)…these are just some of the tiny handful of extremely rich people who rule the world through lies and violence.

Second hour: Cat Mcguire discusses her visit to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art to check out its “conspiracy theories” exhibition. Why did the Met divide the exhibit into two parts: relatively innocuous conspiracy theories about the past that turned out to be true, versus present day “crazy extremist rabbit hole” theories that are self-evidently false and ridiculous…without even mentioning the elephant in the room: 9/11 and its follow-up false flags driving the war on Islam?

Toward the end of the show we discuss the odd fact that the Met did not include any “anti-Semitic conspiracy theories” in the exhibit.