- We shouldn't buy any further wars unless their justification transcends the level represented in that film and ridiculed as merely "conspiratorial" by our government and pundits.
- That is, evidence should go beyond the detail offered in Mazzucco's five-hour documentary.
- Moreover, any reasoning legitimating future wars should evoke comparisons with and questions about 9/11, the level evidence there, and the reasons for ignoring its questions about the official story.
- In effect, such demands would preclude said future wars. In fact, no war in recent memory has been based on anything like the evidence and reasoning marshaled in "9/11: The New Pearl Harbor."
- Even more concretely, we should ask John McCain about the basis for his statement about Edward Snowden and then judge the weight of his evidence by comparing it with that offered in Mazzucco's film.
Do you see what I mean? What do you think?
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