Topics on the show included (and beware the list… it’s a doozy [but you'll learn lots])…
“The 25 Rules of Disinformation”
Vigilant Citizen | 24 May 2011
From Twenty-Five Ways To Suppress Truth: The Rules of Disinformation (Includes The 8 Traits of A Disinformationalist) by H. Michael Sweeney. These 25 rules are everywhere in media, from political debates, to television shows, to comments on a blog.
Top US Government Insider: Bin Laden Died In 2001, 9/11 A False Flag
Paul Joseph Watson | May 4, 2011
Top US government insider Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik, a man who held numerous different influential positions under three different Presidents and still works with the Defense Department, shockingly told The Alex Jones Show yesterday that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001 and that he was prepared to testify in front of a grand jury how a top general told him directly that 9/11 was a false flag inside job.
After a long wait, many starts, stops, fits, and restarts: finally… a new podcast. Much has happened since this show has last fired up the “ON AIR” sign. We’ve invaded four (or is it five?) new nations; receded mildly a front in the Iraq War; expanded the Afghanistan War; started murdering lotsa people in Pakistan with drones and missles; we’ve seen QE1 and QE2; and TARP has been expanded under the Obama junta (among many other horrible things!). Plenty has stayed the same, though: we still torture; Gitmo’s still open; the political parties are corrupt; Goldman-Sachs still has operatives planted all over the place; and gold and silver prices keep risingrisingrising!
Forget Pakistan, US Knew Bin Laden’s Location All Along
Paul Joseph Watson | May 3, 2011
The notion that the US was only aware of Bin Laden’s precise location for a matter of months before they executed their alleged raid of his compound in Pakistan is an insult to the truth, which is that the US knew the Al-Qaeda leader’s precise whereabouts before 9/11 and also protected him from capture on numerous occasions afterwards.
“Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control”
Secret Arcana | April 14, 2011
Introduction – Episode XXII:
Introduction – Episode XXI:
Notes to show(s): Apologies for the delay with both episodes. To make up for the delay on episode XXI, we’re posting episode XXII the day after we recorded it, as well as a free bonus segment! It’s an interview with Peter Schiff discussing the economy. All great stuff! Episode XXI discusses the economic meltdown, etc. Episode XXII discusses Election 2008 and the coronation of our new messianic Dictator-in-Chief, Obama! Though, rest assured, we’d crap just as much on McCain if he were (s)elected Fuhrer-in-Chief… but because we’re non-partisan around here (well, except for our support of Ron Paul), everyone’s fair game! Enjoy the show, stock up on guns, buy some storable foods and gold/silver, and get ready! Things are going to get really nasty–the Rockefellers and Brzezinski demand it so!
Bullet analysis casts doubt on lone gunman in JFK assassination
Michael E. Young | September 13, 2008
Use the latest scientific techniques to poke a hole or two in official findings on the Kennedy assassination and suddenly you have lots of new friends – and lots of enemies.
Dr. Cliff Spiegelman of Texas A&M University is the leader of a team of scientists who investigated bullets from the same manufaturing lot as those used by Lee Harvey Oswald during the assassination of JFK in 1963.
Forty-five years after President John F. Kennedy was killed in a Dallas motorcade, the details surrounding his death remain topics of endless debate for those who see conspiracies and those who disagree.
Cliff Spiegelman will testify to that.
Bob Barr’s Campaign Manager Praises Bush and the Neocons
Kurt Nimmo | September 12, 2008
It should be obvious to all who pay attention — and sadly, not too many do — that the Bob Barr campaign is designed to rend what little cohesion and unity there is among third parties and candidates. It should be especially obvious after Russ Verney, Bob Barr’s campaign manager, gushed all over George Bush, telling us that Bush “showed incredible leadership as he stood atop a fire truck amidst the rubble of the twin towers to rally America,” that is to say rally America toward a unitary dictatorship.
How is it this guy runs Barr’s campaign? Barr is supposedly a Libertarian. As a Republican representative, he voted for the Patriot Act, asked the neocon Newt Gingrich to “design a World War II-style victory plan to save America’s children from illegal drugs,” and voted for the Iraq Resolution that has resulted thus far in over a million dead Iraqis.
George Bush isn’t in charge, says Vladimir Putin
Richard Beeston | September 11, 2008
In a thinly veiled dig at George Bush, Vladimir Putin today suggested that the US President was not in charge of American affairs, saying that it was “the court that makes the king”.
Amid heightened tensions with the US in the wake of the war in Georgia, the Russian Prime Minister insisted that the US leader was a man of honour and integrity, but blamed members of the administration for the sharp deterioration of relations with Russia.
”I still hope we will maintain good relations, but it is the court that makes the king,” he told a group of foreign journalists in an interview at his residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
Problem, Reaction, Solution in Pakistan
Kurt Nimmo | September 11, 2008
Julian Barnes, writing for the Los Angeles Times, tells us:
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said today the U.S. is “running out of time” to get the war in Afghanistan right and announced that he was developing a “new, more comprehensive strategy” to cover the entire region.
Adm. Michael G. Mullen, the Joint Chiefs chairman, and Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates both emphasized in congressional testimony that the military and broader U.S. government needed to look at the threat from Pakistan’s tribal regions and the insurgency in Afghanistan as a single problem.
In recent months, military leaders have looked at the movement of extremists across the border from Pakistan into Afghanistan with growing alarm. And today Gates and Mullen echoed regional commanders’ concerns that havens in Pakistan were fueling the insurgency in Afghanistan.
Once again, we have the Hegelian dialectic in action. The CIA essentially created the Afghan Mujahideen, later to be called al-Qaeda and the Taliban, as part of another dialectical project — taking down the Soviet Union, a pet project of Zbigniew Brzezinski — and this assemblage of Wahabbi religious fanatics, misfits, cutthroats, mental cases, and psychotics was set-up, with the blessing of Pakistan’s intelligence service and the CIA, in the tribal areas of Pakistan.
Ron Paul Statement to the National Press Club
Ron Paul | September 10, 2008
The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.
Carroll Quigley – Author of Tragedy & Hope
The coverage of the presidential election is designed to be a grand distraction. This is not new, but this year, it’s more so than ever.
Pretending that a true difference exists between the two major candidates is a charade of great proportion. Many who help to perpetuate this myth are frequently unaware of what they are doing and believe that significant differences actually do exist. Indeed, on small points there is the appearance of a difference. The real issues, however, are buried in a barrage of miscellaneous nonsense and endless pontifications by robotic pundits hired to perpetuate the myth of a campaign of substance.
The truth is that our two-party system offers no real choice. The real goal of the campaign is to distract people from considering the real issues.
Influential forces, the media, the government, the privileged corporations and moneyed interests see to it that both party’s candidates are acceptable, regardless of the outcome, since they will still be in charge. It’s been that way for a long time. George Wallace was not the first to recognize that there’s “not a dime’s worth of difference” between the two parties. There is, though, a difference between the two major candidates and the candidates on third-party tickets and those running as independents.
Woodward: Bin Laden Capture Could Be October Surprise
Paul Joseph Watson | September 10, 2008
Pulitzer prize winning journalist Bob Woodward, who helped uncover the Watergate scandal in 1972, says that the October surprise in the run-up to the presidential election could be the death or capture of Osama bin Laden.
Appearing on CNN’s Larry King Live, Woodward was asked by a caller why the U.S. couldn’t utilize its new “secret killing program,” as Woodward had earlier revealed, to capture Osama bin Laden.
Woodward responded, “We’ll see – maybe they can use it on Bin Laden and all of a sudden the September or October surprise is gonna be the apprehension or the death of Bin Laden.
The rumored death or capture of Bin Laden is a perennial election cycle story, with the same sentiments being expressed in both 2006 and 2004.
However, such an event would obviously take on landmark significance this time around because the apprehension of Bin Laden would virtually guarantee a victory for John McCain and the Republican party.
It would not be the first time that Bin Laden has popped up at the most convenient time to aid the GOP.
Democrats endorse the “Global War on Terrorism”
Michel Chossudovsky | August 29, 2008
Obama’s “American Promise” is War.
Barack Obama has embraced the “Global War on Terrorism” (GWOT).
The Obama-Biden campaign has endorsed the very foundations of the Bush administration’s foreign policy agenda: “Go after Osama bin Laden, “take him out”.
The rhetoric is softer but the substance is almost identical.