Beware of "Dr. Deagle"

By Don Bradley

For the last few years, the network has been running this clown over the conspiracy circuit, claiming all manner of insider knowledge. He peppers his presentations with name-dropitis. The annoying and tactical ploy of constantly dropping dozens of names a minute, who all happen to be "his close personal friends" or "good buddies." The idea behind this kind of tactic is to impress you with how well connected he is. If you ever sit through his lectures, you notice several things..

1. He personally knows all the major and minor players in any level of the internet conspiracy movement and they all are his personal best friends. Just watch one of his "presentations" and you'll notice this phenomenom. Constant name-dropping of past and present well known web players is an agency technique of "building bonafides" until such a time that you, too, become an internet personality. They do this to give him street creds. Once he has his own legs, they'll have him tone this noise down. You'll see. This is an old and very tired practice..

2. He has no new information. Everything he talks about is just the same old internet buzz-words that have been around for 15 years. All his so-called insider information is the same old stuff that has been sitting on the web for years, much of it already discredited as misinformation years ago.

3. He claims "good buddy" status with major intelligence agencies. Who all give him the secrets. Really? Then why is it the same old tripe that's been around since 1995? From the same old liars? For example, it's well-established that the chemtrail program actually started in 1958, but he leans on the old "started in 1997" as the disinformation people presently share as the truth. And he claims that this is confirmed by his "buddies" in the NSA. This smoking gun revelation proves him a liar right off.

Be very careful of the Dr Deagles out there. If they are getting air time on Bell and doing presentations at big halls, chances are they are network. Controlling the fringe by pretending to be its concerned leaders. They are devils in nice suits and little more.