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Israel Mossad did 911 - BBC Alan Hart
« on: April 05, 2015, 06:09:21 pm »
Everybody knows this unless they've been :

A:Watching Corporate Media.

B:Watching co opted alternative media.

C: Living in a cave in bullshityourselfagainistan.

Israel Mossad did 911 - BBC Alan Hart

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgABDdU7yD8&feature=youtu.be

Israel is going to nuke US and blame Iran

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNVUaxG3WMo

America Wakes Up. Jews Did 9/11

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcPB9rpt45Q

Former BBC Reporter Alan Hart Reveals 'Mossad' Involved in 9/11 on Alex Jones Tv 1/5

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97o6HgiXw9g

In Practice The Whole World of Politics and Media is complicit  in the coverup. 

Jesus overcame that on the cross. Happy Easter!!

A Socratic critique of Socrates’ noble falsehood
ABSTRACT

Most commentators have dismissed the Republic’s “noble falsehood” as unjust without taking account of the explicit discussion of justified and unjustified deception that surrounds it. As a result, little attention has been paid to whether this falsehood is justified by Socrates’ own lights. Here we remedy this inattention by analyzing the noble falsehood in terms of Socrates’ contrast between useful falsehood and “true falsehood,” a state that Socrates claims is useless and contemptible. The noble falsehood belongs to a category of useful falsehood, namely lies told to prevent others from doing evil due to ignorance. However, the noble falsehood can only meet Socrates’ aims if it also meets the criteria for a contemptible true falsehood. The noble falsehood thus appears to be both contemptible and unjustified, while also being useful and justified. We consider two possible resolutions to this problem. Both resolutions rest on controversial readings of the relevant texts, and while the second one offers the best defense of the noble falsehood, it is unlikely to satisfy Plato’s critics.