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David Icke

Erskine of Erskine Overnight, broadcasting since the 1990s, and to his 60+ radio affiliates, said on his March 24, 2012 episode (at 47:59).

Sometimes you have somebody who has done some awfully good research — I can think of a couple of people — and in the middle of it, they are going to put in there something like, “aliens came down and ate my homework,” or they put something really stupid, which makes people think that all of the work that they’ve done was wrong. And, I’m sure that they do that on purpose.

I noticed that there was one fellow who wrote some awfully good material, and he wrote about the New World Order — what they were doing, what they were planning — and then he put in information about, “they’re all reptilians.” Now, what that does is discounts all the work he did to a lot of people. To me, I turned it totally off. The rest of the work he did was quite good, and then he puts in this other thing, and you’re going, “yeah, right.” To me, that is exactly what the problem is. There are people who try to make it look like nutcases and there are people who are trying to make everything that’s being said about the destruction of this country, “oh it’s just right wing folly, it’s just a nut case — the tin hat crowd.” And, in truth, they’ve been working on their plan very, very well, haven’t they?

The guest said he didn’t know what to make of David Icke, to which Erskine responded:

(Laughs) I didn’t, I didn’t mention his name, but his work is very good, and then he throws in this reptilian, which makes me think that he’s trying to discredit what everyone’s doing, I don’t, I have no idea, it makes no sense to me at all, I haven’t had him on this program and don’t plan to.

He didn’t mention David Icke’s name, until his guest prompted him to agree that that’s who he was referring to. In the same way, we didn’t need his guest, Adrian Krieg, to confirm that he was talking about Coast to Coast AM when he mentioned an offer to make lots of money hosting a big Clear Channel program, so long as he didn’t talk about conspiracy stuff.

It’s interesting to consider what George Noory’s agenda is in bringing David Icke on 12 times since hosting the show full-time since January 1, 2003, all while gatekeeping the $300+ billion AIDS scam, of which 90%+ of the scientific gatekeeping can be attributed to two individuals, who, like Noory, were Jesuit-educated: Anthony Fauci and Robert Gallo. Fauci threatened to destroy the careers of journalists who covered the issue and Gallo was shown through a Congressional investigation to have fraudulently changed his lead researcher’s finding that the probable cause of AIDS had not being found, to saying it had been found.

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Coast to Coast AM

On November 20, 2011, I wrote the article, Erskine of Erskine Overnight says he was offered fame and fortune by hosting a Clear Channel program that sounds a lot like Coast to Coast AM, so long as he didn’t talk about “conspiracy stuff” (like the Trilateral Commission). Erskine said:

I’ll tell you what happened to me, Dr. Krieg. I got a phone call from one of the major networks — radio networks, not TV — and they said, ‘hey, we’d like you to do this radio show and there’s a lot of money in it, and it’ll be very good, we think you’d be very good on it. Cover a lot of paranormal topics, that type of thing.’

I said ‘fine, that sounds great.’

‘But you can’t do any of that conspiracy stuff, nobody wants to hear any of that conspiracy stuff.’

So that tells you exactly what they’re doing. You take Clear Channel and, it was a Clear Channel thing, and that’s exactly what they were doing. They were giving you your marching orders before you even took it. Yeah, I could’ve been extraordinarily famous, other people have done it, other people have taken it. But the fact of the matter is, they promise you the money and everything else. Isn’t that a lot like what Satan did to Jesus? I mean, I’m sorry, I’m not comparing myself to Jesus or them to Satan, but this is sort of the way of the world, isn’t it?

I said that the show Erskine referred to sounds a lot like Coast to Coast AM, but I am 99% convinced he was referring to Coast to Coast AM, because of it being a Clear Channel program, the reference to “there’s a lot of money in it,” the timing when Erskine had his show and when they were looking for a full-time replacement for Art Bell, and the fact that both Art Bell and George Noory have demonstrably acted as gatekeepers for keeping certain topics and guests away from their vast audience, like when George Noory brought on Alex Jones and David Icke, whom Art Bell had previously gatekept.

Therefore, according to my understanding, Erskine implied that George Noory made a deal with the devil in becoming the host of Coast to Coast AM, and the documented fact that Noory is gatekeeping the AIDS scam is an example of the deal he made to not to talk about certain things, despite him having no problem given three hours to talk about the far less significant problem of Lyme Disease.

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Coast to Coast AM

Benjamin Fulford is scheduled to make his first appearance on Coast to Coast AM on January 30, 2012. From the show description:

Former Asia/Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine, Benjamin Fulford, will address how most of the world’s money is now controlled by Asia, which will bring a fundamental change in the balance of power, and a restructuring of the international banking system.

That is a completely absurd statement, as by GDP, the non-Asian economies currently account for the majority of all wealth.

The IMF reports the GDP for all nations  was nearly $63 billion in 2010. The European Union, United States and Brazil account for over half of the world’s GDP alone.

To suggest that Asia controls most of the world’s money is to draw attention away from the privately owned Federal Reserve, which has been increasing the monetary base by trillions of dollars since 2008 through its “quantitive easing,” and away from the privately owned Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, which is the central bank for central banks.

This from Joel Skousen’s September 23, 2011 World Affairs Brief:

BEWARE OF BENJAMIN FULFORD CLAIMS

Fulford claims that two recent US earthquakes were actually the result of counter government forces blowing up two of the elite’s deep underground bunkers with nuclear weapons. This is totally preposterous. All bunker systems have large ventilation systems and a nuclear blast would have sent huge visible plumes of debris into the air from those vents. The blast valves on them only prevent incoming blast and do not stop a blast from escaping. Nothing like that occurred.

Be careful of the temptation to believe in too-good-to-be true claims that can’t be proven or tracked. The worst offenders to avoid besides Fulford are Lee Emil Wanta, the EU Times, Sorcha Faal and Russia Today (RT television: a KGB connected outlet that puts out a lot of truth in order to sucker in conservatives with periodic disinformation–much like Lyndon LaRouche)

If that wasn’t enough to make you wonder, check out this January 23, 2009 article on Rense.com: Absolutely Bizarre ‘Creature’ In Benjamin Fulford’s Spine.

For more on some of the highly questionable guests on Coast to Coast AM, see my article, The questionable guests of Coast to Coast AM.

For what Coast to Coast AM is really all about, see Erskine of Erskine Overnight says he was offered fame and fortune by hosting a Clear Channel program that sounds a lot like Coast to Coast AM, so long as he didn’t talk about “conspiracy stuff” (like the Trilateral Commission).

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