I interviewed Pat Buchanan yesterday and brought up your excellent review of his book. He said you're a friend of his. So when the conversation turned to 9/11, and we strongly disagreed, I urged him to talk to you about it.
Here is my report on the interview, with the interview itself embedded.
In the unlikely event Pat calls you up to ask about 9/11, I'm sure you'll acquit yourself well.
Dr. Roberts replied:
Pat can't take a different stance on 9/11 from the official one and remain a TV pundit. He has all the controversial positions he can bear. I don't know what he really thinks about 9/11, but there is no point in trying to have him commit suicide.
Actually, there IS one good thing about Pat Buchanan getting fired from MSNBC: Anybody who's managed to engineer an ebola virus that only kills MSNBC executives and pundits will no longer have to feel guilty about using it.
On second thought, I take that back.
Hold off on that MSNBC ebola - wait and engineer something REALLY unpleasant. An ebola death would be too easy for these people.
I'm not saying this because I idolize Pat Buchanan. On the contrary, I don't agree with his take on many issues, including the race issue. He likes rich people better than I do, and poor people less. He's not all that happy about the rise of Islam. I could go on.
But the point is, Buchanan has the guts to speak his mind. He's extremely knowledgeable - off the charts smart by comparison to the rest of mainstream punditry. And he backs up his opinions with strong arguments and evidence.
MSNBC firing Buchanan for racism is a case of the blood calling the ketchup red.
MSNBC, owned by Zionists and military contractors, is drenched in oceans of blood - the blood of the poor black and brown people who have been murdered and tortured by the millions in the wars-for-Israel sparked by the 9/11 big lie.
Buchanan at least has had the decency to oppose those wars, and point out that they were never even meant to be in the US national interest.
His opposition to the Zionist takeover of America - not his controversial positions on race, or his support for the traditional Catholic positions on homosexuality and abortion - is undoubtedly what got him fired.
The moral: If you're going to get fired for telling even half of the truth, why not tell the whole truth.
Memo to Paul Craig Roberts: Even if it's "suicide" to speak out for 9/11 truth, we're all going to die some day anyway.
Would you rather die as a worthless, cowardly bit of subhuman scum, or an actual human being with a heart and a mind?
That's the question you answer when you decide whether or not to seek, and then tell the truth about, 9/11.