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Jim Marrs on Ancient Aliens, Israel, 9/11 and more

November 29, 2019 By

From August 8 to 10 TCRN attended the Contact in the Desert Conference.

Derrick caught up with author, researcher and former professor Jim Marrs.

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6 Comments on "Jim Marrs on Ancient Aliens, Israel, 9/11 and more"

  1. liri-x
    November 29, 2019

    It sounds like you would say anything to make people listen to you. Israel was devastated by 9.11. Still is very tragic to speak of it without people in israel crying . To say that someone in israel had a connection . Is sad ignorance. Zionism is purley the longing of all the children of israel to return home to Israel.
    How do you publish a book full of hate and lies ..and call it , the truth? .

  2. CannibalCupcake
    November 29, 2019

    What if they're all one in the same. You know, a lot of gold went missing on 9/11. And I can't say for sure, but I'm pretty certain Bush is RH negative. Perhaps we need to focus on the words "new world" in the new world order.

  3. LovieKittie Bedell
    November 29, 2019

    "To know what you know, and to know what you do not know. That is true knowledge."

    Logic was invented in ancient Greece circa 300 B.C. as a systematic method by which free Greeks could identify deliberate deception and/or errors in reasoning. Niether the Greeks nor, later, the Romans considered it wise to teach logic to common slaves, for obvious reasons. The teaching of classical logic was removed from the US public school system over 150 years ago for exactly the same reasons (check out John Gatto's book"Dumbing Us Down"' his "Ultimate History Lesson" on youtube, and "The Lost Tools of Learning" by Dorothy Sayers, google). The following is the essence of that ancient system of reasoning.

    Cogent (logical) reasoning, reasoning designed to strongly appeal to the intellect rather than the emotions, should meet three conditions:

    1. It should begin with justified premises (true propositions supported by solid evidence).
    2. It should contain all of the relevant information (the suppression of relevant counterargument/evidence can be a very effective method of deception).
    3. It should come to a valid conclusion (a conclusion which necessarily follows from the premises, is free of contradiction, and consistent with the facts).

    When an argument meets these three conditions it is said to be both valid and sound (both properly constructed and, having true premises, very likely to be true). When an argument does not meet these conditions it is said to be fallacious (faulty/deceptive reasoning).

    Now for a bit of rhetoric with the informal logical fallacy.

    Professor Madsen Pirie most aptly defines a logical fallacy as anything one can say or do that breaks down or subverts reason. The ancient Greeks identified over 200 different logical fallacies. Here are a few examples:
    1. Argumentum ad hominem is the appeal to ridicule
    2. Argumentum ad misericordiam is the appeal to pity.
    3. Argumentum ad verecundiam is  the appeal to authority.
    4. Argumentum ad ignorantiam is the appeal to the ignorance of your audience.
    5. Argumentum ad baculum is the appeal to force/threats.
    6. Argumentum ad populum is the appeal to the passions/prejudices of the people.

    Therefore, when testing any argument one should ask if the three conditions of cogent reasoning have been met and if logical fallacies have been used.´╗┐

  4. rawsavage1
    November 29, 2019

    Great and interesting subject. Terrible sound quality- almost impossible to listen to. I suspect your camera provides excellent video but has a poor quality multi-directional on-board microphone. I suggest you add a mid-quality($) or high quality($$) uni-directional microphone to your camera.

  5. Michael K
    November 29, 2019

    Agorism, antipokitiks etc.. is more my thing. Interesting nonetheless. Keep it up pal.

  6. thr337
    November 29, 2019

    nice interview!!

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