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On the heels of last week’s broadcast, Micah and McNonymous kick things off with a brief analysis of the latest updates pertaining to the shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. We also cast our watchful eye back toward the mysterious tech startup known as The Groundwork, and our continuing attempts at trying to understand what, precisely, it’s all about, and what it has to do with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
In other breaking news, a pro-ISIS group has issued a “kill list”, naming 8000 American citizens it suggests for targeting. Elsewhere, State Department officials say they’re calling for MILITARY ACTION against Syria’s Assad Regime, in the name of thwarting ISIS.
The lead story this week, however, looks at the tragic shooting death of British PM Jo Cox, who was shot outside a library recently by a man identified as a possible right-wing extremist, who the Southern Poverty Law Center says had purchased books on learning how to create makeshift weapons. This, however, may run contrary to the Daily Mail’s reporting that the incident involved an “antique weapon”… why the difference in description? We provide analysis on this, and other stories, on this week’s episode of Middle Theory.
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Finally, here are links to stories we discussed on this week’s podcast:
- U.S. probes whether gunman in nightclub massacre had help
- Orlando gunman’s Facebook posts: Expect attacks from ISIS in the US
- Gun store employees warned FBI about Mateen
- Meanwhile, pro-ISIS group issues “kill list” naming 8000 American citizens
- State Department Officials Call For MILITARY ACTION Against Assad Regime
- British MP Jo Cox dies after being shot with makeshift gun in political assassination
- Murder Suspect described as “friendly but lonely”
- SPLC Reports that Mair subscribed to white supremacist rags in USA and South Africa
- Meanwhile, why are these bankers committing suicide? Is there more to this?
- Panama Papers Show How Rich United States Clients Hid Millions Abroad
- Bernie Sanders Vows To Fight Donald Trump, But Won’t Quit Democratic Race
- Bernie Dropped By Cable News When He Doesn’t Drop Out Of Race
- EgyptAir Wreckage Found, Egyptian Government Says
To further Micah’s point about the way disinfo works on Greg Bishops podcast not sure which exact one but I think it was the same one Micah mentions, him and his guest told a story of how these guys were guarding an artifact but one of them at least was told they were guarding the wings of a crashed ufo. The point of this type of disinfo is so they can trace back the leak if the guard told anybody. I make this point also because I have heard people comment on other sites claiming they have a friend who did this or that probably not knowing if the story is disinfo they are actually endangering their friend by leaking a specific story told only to them so it could only be traced to that specific person if the information gets out. The more you know GI JOE