October 14th, 2009
An advice columnist for the influential left leaning website Salon.com has launched a scathing attack on Alex Jones in response to a letter from a reader who says his 17 year old nephew has been "sucked into the Internet conspiracy black hole" created by Jones.
Salon's Cary Tennis refers to Jones as a "cultish fear-monger" and advises the reader named "Buck" that his nephew's visits to Jones' websites may be an indication that he is mentally disturbed.
Tennis initially reels off the usual psychobabble about people wanting to find simple explanations for complex things, needing to feel like there is a vast conspiracy to get them, and wanting to feel like they are privy to exclusive information that the masses are not aware of.
All the major left leaning alternative news sites FAIL when it comes to proper analysis of the 911 evidence. There seems to be a distinct lack of courage, corruption(?) or a level of denial (psychological illness) which lies squarely with them. I would like to see one of their stalwarts go toe to toe with ANY of the leading 911 truth academics or activists. Surely it must be easy to trap and expose anyone suffering from mental illness and have them repeat irrational arguments during any debate thus exposing the 911 truth people as quacks ?
The fact that no one takes up the sort of challenge outlined above speaks volumes. For instance, why will no one take up Charlie Sheen's generous offer to debate the 911 evidence on live TV ? I wonder if this is because most people are not stupid. In a fair debate anyone can see that there are massive problems with the official 911 story.
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