The Tucker Carlson thread

fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Not to echo chamber too much, @Easy_C and others, but consider this:

  • Re-read the statements made by the members of congress after the 1/6 'siege' was over. Pretend that you're in an alternate universe and that some bombs exploded. Those statements make all of a sudden sound a lot more porpotionate to what happened.

  • The FBI is always claiming to have foiled a terrorist plot, but every single time they are involved in the plot, either by funding, or helping it advance. They *love* taking credit for this stuff. It's great politically and for the populace to feel safe.

  • This begs the question: How come the FBI as well as the politicians don't constantly mention the bombs that were discovered and all the lives saved? Why don't they and the media constantly attempt to marry these bombs with the people currently awaiting trial in solitary?

  • Has anyone been formally charged with making and delivering these bombs? I have to imagine that answer is no, because if the answer is yes, that person or group would be more evil than Hitler and we'd be hearing about much more.
I've not seen even one denial that bombs were discovered and did not detonate. So...is anyone looking into it? Can we FOIA info about it, because I don't believe there's an active investigation into looking into these bombs, and if there is, why is no one talking about them? It's almost like they want you to forget...
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
Just saw someone on Tucker where he wondered aloud why the GOP is spending money on fear ads about Joe Biden not being tough enough on Russia. In the discussion, the guest talked about how NATO is the new pal of Democrats who see it as another way to spread wokeness through eastern Europe by way of converting countries into member states.

I hadn't thought of this angle before, but it makes sense, the gay flag is essentially the flag of the US empire. Get them to fly it, and it's a conquered country waving the flag of moral surrender. Witness Ireland, though that one was conquered by Silicon Valley.

But I think the piece Tucker couldn't talk about is the long standing grudge Jews have against Russia for being purged. So rich donor Jews put money into the pockets of the GOP and next thing you know we see the messaging of how eeeevil they are, how we should hate them even though they are no longer communist, etc.

Look long enough and you can usually see (((who's))) behind most of foreign policy.
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
My main point is that Tucker may very well be a CIA agent who is trying to establish boundaries that you are not permitted to go past, and set trends to what they want you to do. He is allowed to do a political show where he says he can do whatever he wants, but we know there are topics he knows not to broach. He asks questions designed to sound smart but miss the big picture, *and he's very good at it*.

Humans are social beings and television programming actually programs us, which is why they want us consuming and watching porn. If we're contained and distracted with meaningless items, we aren't aware of what's really going on.

It was no coincidence that they chose Tucker to eat the cicadas. The #1 guy on Fox. "These are good! I didn't even know they were bugs." If they can get enough people to be 'open minded,' it's easier for their plan to come to fruition, especially if they can make the price of beef and pork skyrocket.
Wow....I've heard a lot of conspiracy theories around here, but this one really takes the cake. He ate a cicada, therefore he must be a CIA agent trying to mind control the groyper army.

Tucker Carlson has never worked for the intelligence community in any capacity. Even if true, the left wing media hates him so much they would eventually find out and deliberately expose him as such. So no, this is a complete nonstarter.
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
Is there a huge difference between eating bugs and shrimp or lobster? The main one I can think of is that the taste will reflect these creatures’ diet and environment so I expect bugs will taste like earth, rotten wood, etc. vs. the ocean. Not something I’m personally interested in.

The Chinese do eat things like scorpions, etc.
No, there isn't. That's why they say people with shellfish allergies especially shouldn't eat cicadas or other insects.
 

budoslavic

Owl
Orthodox
Gold Member






@ggreenwald thread continue
The FBI had at least one informant in the group charged with the plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer. They constantly used informants/infiltrators to steer plots from the first War on Terror. Why are people so doubtful that they had informants in these groups?

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I can't even count how many "terror plots" I reported on as part of the first War on Terror that were designed, driven and even funded by the FBI, but it was a lot. They'd instigate their own plots, then congratulate themselves for stopping them:

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The left and even liberals had a good healthy dose of skepticism about claims, actions and motives of the FBI and CIA when it came to the first War on Terror. It seems unhealthy, to put it mildly, to refuse to apply that same skepticism to this new domestic War on Terror.
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When I was at the Intercept, one of the big leaks it got was a huge 2017 trove of secret FBI documents. Here's the article on the documents showing how the FBI has far more power than people realize to infiltrate domestic groups and how they use it:

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NYT, 2012: "Terrorist Plots, Hatched by the F.B.I."


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@ggreenwald thread continue
Does this not also tally with that self-congratulatory Time magazine piece: the plot to "Save Democracy"?

Didn't that talk about 1/6? Specifically that the likes of Antifa and BLM were told explicitly to "stand down" in advance of that days events?

Put that together with an 'exceedingly thin' blue line approach by Washington mayor Muriel Bowser when they knew there was a demo planned at the Capitol that afternoon and were expecting huge numbers,

Put those things above together with these FBI plants...... (wasn't there also a video of black clad balaclava teams breaking in to the capitol ahead of the disorganized MAGA hat crowd?) then this starts to look very much like a False Flag.
 

fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Wow....I've heard a lot of conspiracy theories around here, but this one really takes the cake. He ate a cicada, therefore he must be a CIA agent trying to mind control the groyper army.
That is not at all what I said.

Maybe I should start putting words in your mouth and then arguing those points. It would go like this:

Wow...I've heard of lots of people in denial, but this one takes the cake. You really believe that the CIA has no interest in infiltrating and controlling big media? How can you deny the existence of Operation Mockingbird? Sounds pretty naive to me.

Tucker Carlson has never worked for the intelligence community in any capacity.
How do you know?
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird
That is not at all what I said.

Maybe I should start putting words in your mouth and then arguing those points. It would go like this:

Wow...I've heard of lots of people in denial, but this one takes the cake. You really believe that the CIA has no interest in infiltrating and controlling big media? How can you deny the existence of Operation Mockingbird? Sounds pretty naive to me.


How do you know?
If you've ever known people in that community and how they operate/recruit, you would know too.
As for mockingbird, You didn't say Fox is influenced, you said Tucker worked for the CIA. I don't think either is true, but he has never had a CIA ID, I'm certain of it.

If you want to know what kind of people are in the CIA and places like that, have a look at Brennan, Clapper and a host of others - Tucker wouldn't exactly fit in what that group of left-leaning war mongering idiots.
 

Dr Mantis Toboggan

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Does this not also tally with that self-congratulatory Time magazine piece: the plot to "Save Democracy"?

Didn't that talk about 1/6? Specifically that the likes of Antifa and BLM were told explicitly to "stand down" in advance of that days events?

Put that together with an 'exceedingly thin' blue line approach by Washington mayor Muriel Bowser when they knew there was a demo planned at the Capitol that afternoon and were expecting huge numbers,

Put those things above together with these FBI plants...... (wasn't there also a video of black clad balaclava teams breaking in to the capitol ahead of the disorganized MAGA hat crowd?) then this starts to look very much like a False Flag.

Also the red herring "it was actually Antifa/BLM instigating the riots" conspiracy theory.

Not sure I would classify it as a false flag in the traditional sense--certainly most of the individuals who were there, many of whom ended up getting arrested (and most of whom didn't actually break any laws), were legitimately right-wing protesters--more of a pied piper type of operation.
 

SlickyBoy

Hummingbird






@ggreenwald thread continue
This is exactly what's going on now - the FBI gets their marching orders from whoever is in power (provided they're a globalist - which Trump wasn't), then based on that template they go out and find people to coach into the role of being patsies for terrorism charges. Other agencies do it too, ATF and Randy Weaver come to mind. Just get a retard in a trailer park to go along with whatever the agent suggests, have him repeat it two or three times, then - wow, the FBI just uncovered a terrorist plot!

Even the DOD has to make up fake enemies to keep the dollars flowing. They were going to pull the troops mostly out of the Korean peninsula so what did the DOD do? They built an elementary school near the DMZ and encouraged soldiers to bring their families over. Despite the efforts to solidify US presence near the ostensibly dangerous region, the school closed five years later and the camp where it was based got turned over to the South Koreans. Troops are still over there but further south and anyone who's ever served there knows what kind of a nonexistent "threat" of a North Korean invasion really is. The DOD needs those command slots to justify its manpower and continued dollars flowing.
 

fokm

Woodpecker
Gold Member
"My main point is that Tucker may very well be a CIA agent who is trying to establish boundaries that you are not permitted to go past..."

Not you?
Bolded the relevant info.

In posts previous to that, I said that he applied to the CIA in that past (a fact) and seeing as how his father was very high up in the Reagan administration (another fact), that it's healthy to be suspect of Tucker. On top of that, he has had a close relationship with neocon John Bolton for something like 15-20 years, just the tip of the iceberg.

I never said he was a CIA agent.

But you said he wasn't, definitively, yet there likely is no possible way you could know that (assuming you're not CIA yourself).
 
Also the red herring "it was actually Antifa/BLM instigating the riots" conspiracy theory.

Not sure I would classify it as a false flag in the traditional sense--certainly most of the individuals who were there, many of whom ended up getting arrested (and most of whom didn't actually break any laws), were legitimately right-wing protesters--more of a pied piper type of operation.
Speaking of agents:


Note all the Maga caps, dungarees, plaid shirts...
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
This is exactly what's going on now - the FBI gets their marching orders from whoever is in power (provided they're a globalist - which Trump wasn't), then based on that template they go out and find people to coach into the role of being patsies for terrorism charges. Other agencies do it too, ATF and Randy Weaver come to mind. Just get a retard in a trailer park to go along with whatever the agent suggests, have him repeat it two or three times, then - wow, the FBI just uncovered a terrorist plot!

Even the DOD has to make up fake enemies to keep the dollars flowing. They were going to pull the troops mostly out of the Korean peninsula so what did the DOD do? They built an elementary school near the DMZ and encouraged soldiers to bring their families over. Despite the efforts to solidify US presence near the ostensibly dangerous region, the school closed five years later and the camp where it was based got turned over to the South Koreans. Troops are still over there but further south and anyone who's ever served there knows what kind of a nonexistent "threat" of a North Korean invasion really is. The DOD needs those command slots to justify its manpower and continued dollars flowing.
 
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