This photo was taken in the subway going downtown from uptown at New York City someday in April, 2008. It was quite interesting to see the conspiracy theory becoming a kitsch part of our daily life as normalizing, internalizing and losing its effect on real life occasions, which means that anything would go in politics as long as the ones on top can make their sheep believe in their cause. And the sheep are fine with it, as long as it works for them too. And the introduction that is written in bold red letters says: But the struggle to reveal the truth might be the most dangerous battle of all… especially when there are nobody interested in truth…
I haven’t read the book–and will not read it–but I would highly recommend you to read it. It’s a masterpiece, and has a very effective advertisement, if you are interested in these subjects. Enjoy!
PS. Dick, I need a war. You came to the right place, Mr. Creel.
PPS. When somebody is on fire, nobody–actually–can touch him.