Veterans Today editor Gordon Duff deconstructs “Popeye history”
June 24, 2011
Kevin Barrett speaks with National Security insider and Veterans Today editor Gordon Duff who deconstructs “Popeye history” and says Osama Bin Laden was not only innocent, but actually a good man who cared about ordinary Americans and whose real enemies were the Zionists who did 9/11. Gordon’s searing OBL piece recalls Kevin’s 2007 interview on Jessica McBride’s show. McBride, the airhead wife of a DA running for Wisconsin Attorney General, was sent by the Republican high command to set Kevin up as “Wisconsin’s Ward Churchill” for the benefit of State Rep. Steve Nass who would, the next morning, catapult Kevin to national notoriety, thereby (they hoped) scaring academics away from 9/11 truth. Late in the show, an audibly frustrated McBride loses it, practically shrieking: “Is Osama Bin Laden evil? Is he evil? Answer the question yes or no! IS HE EVIL!?!?!” Kevin’s response: “Jessica, it feels like I’m talking to a two-year-old.” National Security insider Gordon Duff, who knows Afghanistan and Pakistan very well, might have answered that question more directly: “No, Jessica, it’s you and the people who sent you who are evil. Osama was a good guy.”
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