Helicopter attacks alternative news show


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By Kevin Barrett, VT Editor

At precisely 10 a.m. this morning (Friday, October 21st) I was sitting at my desk at my rural Wisconsin home, about to begin broadcasting today’s False Flag Weekly News, when the noise of an approaching helicopter grew louder and louder. As it approached ear-splittling volume, the whole house began to shake. Windows started flexing rhythmically in their frames. My wife jumped away from the picture window, thinking it was about to implode. My sons were terrified.

After hovering very close to the house for a few moments, during which the overwhelming very-low-pitched noise and vibrating house and windows reminded me of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake only worse, the helicopter flew off. A bit shaken (as it were) I began broadcasting the show, which you can watch on the youtube embedded above.

Hey helicopter guys! If you’ve got a message, just email me

If we had started the show on time, the helicopter attack would have provided a very interesting, if distracting, background soundtrack – underlining just how dangerous somebody apparently thinks False Flag Weekly News really is.

I called the Dane County Airport Manager (50 miles away) to complain.

I was given a Noise Complaint Hotline number which I called to leave the same complaint.

Is there any possible innocent explanation for is incident? It seems unlikely. I live in the middle of nowhere. There is no legitimate reason why any legitimate helicopter operator would fly so low and hover above my house (or any house), creating such an extreme incident of noise pollution. And it just  happened to come at the exact moment  when False Flag Weekly News was scheduled to begin broadcasting? Only a crazy coincidence theorist would believe such a thing.

A more plausible interpretation is that somebody is trying to send me a message. If so, they are wasting a lot of money and helicopter flight time. If anybody wants to send me a message, I can be reached at kbarrett(at)merr{dot}. Just let me know that you were involved in the helicopter attack (subject header: “message from helicopter attackers”) and explain to me precisely what you intended to convey by staging such an expensive and seemingly pointless stunt. I will of course always be happy to discuss any issue that interests you.


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