Last month's drama in Charlottesville was a little too dramatic. It almost seemed scripted, as if it were designed to emotionally galvanize the public in service to a strategy of tension pitting alt-right against alt-left around identity politics issues. By stirring up people's emotions and focussing them on issues that don't threaten the oligarchy's ever-increasing dispossession of the American people, the usual suspects can continue to get away with murder (32 million Muslims slaughtered since 9/11) and plunder (more than six trillion dollars looted for the aforementioned mass murder campaign).
So WAS Charlottesville a scripted and staged psy-op? That is what today's guest, Dr. James Fetzer, argues. On the basis of photographic and video evidence, Jim claims that the vehicular homicide car and driver (presumably a professional special ops type killer) were substituted for the schizophrenic ex-military patsy and his vehicle. Just as there were two Lee Harvey Oswalds, two Mohammad Attas, at least two Ziad Jarrahs, and so on, there appear to have been two versions of James Alex Fields...and two different Dodge Challengers, one of them with a stripe down the middle, the other with a sunroof. Jim also argues that the photographic evidence does not support the official version of the vehicular homicide, but instead suggests that it seems to have somehow happened in "multiple takes."
Is Jim right about all of the above? Some of it? Or is his interpretation totally flawed? I am interested in hearing counter-arguments, especially from people Jim is explicitly or implicitly accusing of helping perpetrate a deceptive event. In particular I'd love to interview Ford Fischer, whose video feed Jim suspects of being used by the insiders who staged the event. I am also open to talking with anyone else, especially survivors of the Charlottesville victims, who can step forward to falsify some or all of Jim's analysis.
Given what we now know about Operation Gladio and Operation Gladio B – not to mention Cointelpro – there is every reason to be suspicious about Charlottesville and other emotionally-and-politically-charged mass-mediated atrocities. And for the definitive breakdown of several recent false flags, check out my False Flag Trilogy.