"I could be wrong but, my gut told me that this [Ace Baker's Suicide Performance Art] was about to create an avalanche of alternative 911 theorists to come in and mentally masturbate over whose 911 theory was correct." - Danny Romero, Freedom Underground.
Searching for the truth about the most important event in history is "mental masturbation"? An avalanche of interest in an internet radio show is a bad thing to Danny Romero? I would have thought an "avalanche" of people "coming in" would be a good thing. Hmmmm.
"This would have negatively impacted the direction FU radio wants to go and I feel strongly that Jim was being set up to be victimized by these people too. I'm not opposed to debate but, we've already seen this fight before and it was negative, divisive and smacked of something more." - Danny Romero, Freedom Underground
What debate? 9/11 Truth? No-planes? Of course it smacks of something more. It smacks of a controlled opposition propaganda machine.
"We all understand that a crime was committed on 911 and was never properly investigated, but these fights will be a waste of precious time and will only serve to distract us away from the things we need to pay attention to at this critical moment." -Danny Romero
I see. Forget what the "avalanche of alternative 9/11 theorists" have to say, pay attention to what Danny Romero thinks is important.
Danny Romero has a right to run Freedom Underground any way he wants, including firing host Jim Fetzer for any reason, or for no reason at all. But just because it's called "Freedom Underground" doesn't necessarily mean it's about freedom, or that's it's underground.
Fetzer was not and is not a good fit for FU radio. They are anti-state libertarians, as am I. Fetzer has revealed himself to be a leviathan government-hugging statist.
It's profoundly ironic that the anti-state libertarians, like FU, and more importantly the Mises Scholars, and the Lew Rockwell guys, are allergic to 9/11 truth. As I pointed out in my 2007 article on Morgan Reynolds' site, 9/11 truth would be, by far, the best method to convince large numbers of people that government is harmful and unnecessary.
What are the libertarians afraid of?