Scott Ritter Extra Ep. 36: Ask the Inspector



Scott Ritter answers questions from the audience with host Jeff Norman most Friday nights at 5 PM PT/5 8 PM ET/1 AM GMT and …

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26 thoughts on “Scott Ritter Extra Ep. 36: Ask the Inspector

  1. The NAFO overwhelming is a classic Alinski tactic. You see these all over defending crazy points of view to make viewers think outlying pov are more mainstream than they really are. Often they work and spineless corporations, schoolboards, etc crumble.

  2. Jesse Ventura, “When the government lies, the truth becomes a traitor.”

    Momentum: Keep your head up, Mr. Ritter: breathe deep and don't forget to use your elbows like Gordie Howe. Things are great when beautiful women endorse your views and life. Bob Dylan: "Don't follow leaders, a-watch the parking meters".

    Martin Luther King, Jr.: "There comes a time when silence is betrayal."

    Billy Bragg, “If you’re not getting flak, you’re not over the target.”

    911 fakes: It would take hundreds of people several weeks to rig the buildings with carefully placed explosives to create the kinds of controlled implosions suggested by conspiracy theorists. As Mr. Ritter correctly states, there is no possibility that these explosives would survive a plane crash. It's more likely the crashes would have set off partial, out-of-sequence explosions on impact, or shortly thereafter. The debris from the World Trade Centres was carefully examined for failure points and signs of explosions and nothing contradicting impact and high temperature fire weakened structural failures were the cause.

    Ricardo, "Will people ever learn from history?"

    GFW Hegel, The Philosophy of History, “What experience and history teaches us is that people and governments have never learned anything from history, or acted on principles deduced from it.”

    Anna Wiener (Uncanny Valley: A Memoir): “Certain unflattering truths: I had felt unassailable behind the walls of power. Society was shifting, and I felt safer inside the empire, inside the machine. It was preferable to be on the side that did the watching than the side being watched.”

    Ritter: people won't pay attention to the issues of the day. People are more engaged with trivialities given them as distractions, and kept in a state of constant uncertainty and fear
    The problem with history is that it might be slanted, and often is, as an original historian, Herodotus, was titled the 'Father of Lies'.

    Alexis de Tocqueville: ”When the taste for physical gratifications among them has grown more rapidly than their education… the time will come when men are carried away and lose all self-restraint…. It is not necessary to do violence to such a people in order to strip them of the rights they enjoy; they themselves willingly loosen their hold…. they neglect their chief business which is to remain their own masters.”

  3. What Scott overlooks is that the planning and execution of 9/11 was most likely done by the Mossad. They just had to have had help on the inside, with only a handful of Americans knowing about the whole operation.

  4. I don't drink a lot of wine, but when I do I go to the local Safeway and buy a few bottles of the cheap wines that look promising. I almost always find one that is surprisingly good, and then I go back and buy a bunch of them. But then they sit around for a long time because I don't drink much. There was a Pinot Noir wine from a vineyard called Laurier that was really great for years. Last time I went to buy some the price had risen about 4 times. You can really find some bargains if you look.

  5. Chris Hedges: “Shutting down critics in a decayed and corrupt society is equivalent to turning off the oxygen on a seriously ill patient. It hastens mortality rather than delaying or preventing it. The convergence of a looming economic crisis, fear by a bankrupt ruling class that they will soon be banished from power, the growing ecological catastrophe and the inability to thwart self-destructive military adventurism against Russia and China have set the stage for an American implosion. Those of us who see it coming, and who desperately seek to prevent it, have become the enemy.

    It's easier to ban critics than to confront their criticisms. So it goes with Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: they are too cowardly and ignorant to be a threat to anyone or anything but themselves.

    Anna Wiener (Uncanny Valley: A Memoir): “Certain unflattering truths: I had felt unassailable behind the walls of power. Society was shifting, and I felt safer inside the empire, inside the machine. It was preferable to be on the side that did the watching than the side being watched.”

    Homer: “Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.”

    Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, 1933: “We must make our choice. We may have democracy, or we may have wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can’t have both.”

  6. 39:04 The US government may not have executed the plan Scott but they had the intelligence and didn't act on it, thus giving them a reason to go to the ME. It's a no brainer, really. Stop giving these sandal wearing terrorists so much credit.

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