Question For Time Magazine: Are The Assertions of a Top Spymaster Who Worked Under 5 Different US Presidents “Black Helicopter Fantasies”?
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Even as the Obama administration’s dubious account of the alleged capture and assassination of Obama Bin Laden begins to crumble, and Obama himself backs away from releasing a photo of Osama’s corpse, the establishment media is still doing its best to prop up the hoax that everyone aside from a gaggle of frothing ‘conspiracy theorists’ wholeheartedly believes the circus we have been subjected to since Sunday evening.
Time Magazine’s Adam Sorenson writes today, “Not releasing the image will surely agitate conspiracy mongers like talk radio hyperventilator Alex Jones, but evidence, photographic or otherwise, has never been much of an obstacle for Jones’ black helicopter fantasies. “Conspiracy theorists around the world will just claim the photos are doctored anyway, and there is a real risk that releasing the photos will only serve to inflame public opinion in the Middle East,” Republican House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers said Wednesday.
Unfortunately for Sorenson and a whole host of corporate media hacks who have obediently spread their legs and allowed the White House, with no questions asked, to ram the contrived fraud of the Bin Laden fairytale right up where the sun don’t shine, just as they swallowed up the lies about Jessica Lynch and Pat Tillman, a top U.S. government insider who worked under no less than five different presidents, Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik, cannot be dismissed as a “conspiracy monger”.