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CSPAN
Apr 9, 2017 12:00pm EDT
is named after the extraordinary american hero george c marshall and you just steal his name, put on institute and mark it out as a front group, and you do that 40 or 50 times, you end up with this array of screens that deceive the public as to who is saying this stuff. because it really helps people understand the story when the know who the protagonists are and if you've been able to hide who the real protagonist is, if they're hiding behind a curtain pulling strings, and the public as a statement that is not good for democracy. >> host: so doesn't the left is some of the same things wax your book doesn't talk much about tom steiner or george soros or labor unions or by mental groups. they all have their own networks of nonprofits that have opinion pieces, op-ed pieces. what's different about their operation? >> guest: i think to think their personal and very close to them by mental community and the first thing i would say about them and i say to the faces i'm not speaking out of school, is that there just pathetically badly organized. everybody goes off and does their own thing a
CSPAN
Apr 2, 2017 9:00pm EDT
extraordinary american hero george c. marshall and you just put his name on an institute and use it as your fringe group and you do that 40 or 50 times, and you end up with this array of dc the public of who said that this stuff because it helps people understand the story when they know who the protagonists are. if you've been able to hide behind a curtain pulling strings the public is deceived and that is not good for democracy. >> host: doesn't the left do some of the same things? your book doesn't talk about george soros or the environmental groups. they all have their own networks of nonprofits with opinion op-ed pieces. what's different about their obligation? >> guest: i'm close to the community and one thing that i would say to them so i'm not speaking out of school as they are pathetically badly organized. everybody goes off and does their own thing and it's very rare to get any kind of organization or strategy on an issue, whereas on the other side it is strategically developed because they are all just parts of the same creature to create the illusion that it's the same t
CSPAN
Aug 11, 2017 8:01pm EDT
heart land institute or an institute named after the extraordinary american hero george c marshall and you just steal his name, put it on an institute and march it out as your front group, and you do that 40-50 times you end up with this array of screens that deceive the public as to who was saying this stuff. it really helps people understand the story when they know who the protagonists are and if they are hiding behind the curtain pulling strings then the public is deceived and that is not good for democracy. >> doesn't the left do some of the same things? your book doesn't talk about labor unions or environmental groups and they all have their own networks of non-profits that have opinion piece and op ed pieces. what is different there? >> i am very close to the environmental community and i say this to their faces. they are pathetically badly organized. everybody goes off and does their own thing and it is really rare to get any kind of organization or strategy on an issue. whereas, on the other side this is all very strategically developed because these are not really legitim
CSPAN
Apr 1, 2017 10:00pm EDT
-- extraordinary hero george c. marshall and steal his name put it on an institute and march it out as your front group, and you do that 40 or 50 times, you end up with this array of screens that deceive the public as he was saying this stuff because it really helps people understand the story when they know who protagonist are and if you've been able to hide who the real is if they're behind a curtain pulling strengs then the public is deceived and that is not good for if democracy. >> so -- dungts the left do some of the same things and we have -- your book opportunity talk about george or labor unions or environmental group, about and they all have their network of nonprofits have that opinion pieces op-ed piece what's different about their operation? i think close to the environmental community and first thing i'd say about them and to their faces so not speaking at a school here but pathetically badly organized everybody goes off and does their own thing, and it is really rare to get any kind of -- organization or strategy on an issue. whereas on the other side this is all straw teenagely de
CSPAN
Aug 12, 2017 12:10am EDT
democracy. >> your book doesn't really talk about tom stire or george labor. tell us about their operation. >> i am very close to the environmental communities and what i would say about them and i am not speaking out of school hoor is they are pathetically organized. it is really rare to get any organization or strategy on an issue. whereas on the other side they are not legitimately different organizations. they are tentacle tips of the same creature. they are deployed to create the illusion it is a lot of different things but that is not so. the other big big difference is the four environmental groups and labor unions are spending down a scars resource with they are engaging in this work. on the other side, this is a money making proposition for these big industries. the international monetary fund has said that the fossil fuel industry gets a subsidy in the united states of $700 billion. billion with a b. it is profitable for the other side to play the game and our side has to try to find friendly and sympathetic sources to replenish the coffers. the corporate side is miles
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