DisInfoWars with Tom Secker- No Easy Day: A Piece of Officially-Sanctioned Propaganda?

In this episode I do a critical review of No Easy Day, the real-life story written by a former Navy SEAL who was on the Abbottabad raid. I look at the controversy around the book, which is still going on, and ask whether it is all either a smokescreen or a promotional technique. Then I analyze the content of No Easy Day, asking the big questions: (1) Was it really Bin Laden that they killed? (2) Does this book support the official lie about the Abbottabad raid? (3) Is this a piece of officially-sanctioned propaganda? The answers in each case might surprise you, as this is a more complex and fascinating book than many people give it credit for being. Listen to the Preview Clip Here Listen to the full episode here (BFP Subscribers Only):
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Tom Secker
In this episode I do a critical review of No Easy Day, the real-life story written by a former Navy SEAL who was on the Abbottabad raid. I look at the controversy around the book, which is still going on, and ask whether it is all either a smokescreen or a promotional technique. Then I analyze the content of No Easy Day, asking the big questions: (1) Was it really Bin Laden that they killed? (2) Does this book support the official lie about the Abbottabad raid? (3) Is this a piece of officially-sanctioned propaganda? The answers in each case might surprise you, as this is a more complex and fascinating book than many people give it credit for being." data-share-imageurl="" style="position:fixed;top:0px;right:0px;">

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