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Debunking debunking

by Liam Scheff

Get into a debate about the make-believe sciences of today, and you’ll meet one of the self-appointed internet or journal attack dogs, whose trade it is to puke on reality and call it a ham sandwich. (I’m a vegetarian, myself, so neither is a happy place.)

They’ll describe their process as “debunking,” but be warned, they’re full of ham. People who use the word ‘debunk’ are always propagandists. No one ‘debunks’ anything. They bunk it.

‘Debunking’ contains a hidden verbal attack on whatever the intended target is. It’s not a ‘critical analysis.’ It says, from before the first argument is heard, that the target is a liar, full of ‘bunk,’ a con and a scam-artist.

If a writer is serious about presenting information, they don’t ‘debunk,’ they offer fair and clear analysis. Everything else is either opinion or propaganda.

Don’t fall for snotty-nosed academic put-downs. Demand fair and equal-time, equal-weight debate – or walk away from the opponent, because they’re not being sincere or serious. And remember, “Official Stories,” because “official stories exist to protect officials.” 

Conspiracy Realist Vs. Conspiracy Theorist – Front Row Battle!

The Conspiracy Realist versus Conspiracy Theorists! It’s a hot time on the PsoNick Aitchison show (Type 1 Radio Lounge) out of sunny Brighton, England battling out the Judy Woods concept of 9/11. Liam Scheff isn’t buying it – he’s detailed the 9/11 story in “Official Stories” Ch 4. But the crowd battles back with their arguments of energy devises and unknown Tesla machines. It’s a hot, hot, HOT conversation!

The talk then shifts gears to an exploration of the various conspiracy ideas of HIV and AIDS, and Liam weighs in with his 10 years of front-line research into the topic, featured in his book “Official Stories” (Ch 6). Then to Shakespeare, and finally Big Bang (MYTH!) and the Electric Universe (REALITY!)

Thanks to all for the opportunity and nice give and take!