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Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.

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  • Vigilant

    Here we go again.

    There may be a handful of conspiracy therories out there that have varying degrees of legitimacy, but this one is so ridiculous as to evoke laughter.

    March 19th? Minerva? Masons and Illuminati? The connections are so unbelievably tenuous as to make one shake one’s head and once again inveigh against a public so-called “education” system that fails miserably to teach the skills of logic and objective inquiry to its tender charges.

    The habitual conspiracy theorist believes he has much to be skeptical about when it comes to government, and in that sense is not much different from the intelligent and well read person who sees things in the equilibrium of relative objectivity.

    But that skepticism suddenly melts away when any attempt, no matter how amateurish, is made to concoct a harebrained “theory” that is so outlandish as to invite scorn from anyone but the “true believers.” Like wide-eyed children at the cotton candy stand, they naively await the next spinning of a tale, no matter how ludicrous, as “proof” of their paranoid perception that all authority figures in life are evil.

    Wesley Clark is, and always has been, an idiot. He did, after all, run a campaign on the Democrat ticket you recall. I flat do not believe for a minute his contention that “plans” to invade those countries were ever in the mill. Scenarios perhaps, as it is the job of the alphabet intelligence and defense agencies to compile, but outright plans? No way. And these claims came from “one of the generals,” who Clark fails to identify. How convenient.

    Iran will NEVER be invaded by boots-on-the-ground US troops. And no serious battle plans have EVER been drawn up for such a thing. Those alphabet agencies long ago determined that such a move would be absolutely disastrous, and therefore impossible, to accomplish.

    March 19th and Minerva? That’s the most belly-laugh worthy contention of the whole video. A minor point, but it goes to lack of integrity, is that March 19th was not her birthday. It was the opening day of Roman festivities in her honor. And she was honored for much more than war, such as wisdom. “She was the virgin goddess of music, poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, weaving, crafts, magic.” She is often depicted with her sacred creature, an owl usually named as the “owl of Minerva”, which symbolizes that she is connected to wisdom,” not war. (Wikipedia)

    As for the date itself., go to and check it out. A LOT OF THINGS happened in history on that day. And if you check any other calendar date, you’ll see that as many or more military operations as posted by that youtube charlatan happened on any random date in history. The connections are meaningless.

    To intimate that Obama or whomever purposely held off until March 19, a date supposedly established at least as early as a decade previous, to jive with Roman celebrations of Minerva, is not only a ridiculous stretch, it’s the absolute worst kind of chicanery possible.

    Sadly, this will be a waste of my time. Brian Nash with his tabloid sensationalism seems to have been replaced by Sam Rolley, but I can say that I never expected such an egregious stretch of truth and pure speculation on PLD. This fairy tale conspiracy theory belongs at the checkout counters of the super market, not here.

  • BHR

    What a stupid joke. I wonder how Clark made general. Every time he talks he sounds like some ones puppet.