Posts Tagged ‘David Icke’

Tom J. KennedyMonetary reformer Tom J. Kennedy was my guest on the September 29, 2013 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism.

Hour 1: Interview with Tom J. (UsuryFree) Kennedy about the 9th annual Usury Free week, from November 13 to 19, about the Richard Warman v. Fournier et al trial, Richard Warman’s civil case against him and David Icke, and about his monetary reform efforts.

Hour 2: The non-existent free market gold standard, Lew Rockwell’s selective publishing, tariffs, taxes, and my recent media appearances.

For my previous interview with Tom J. Kennedy, see here.

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Tom J. KennedyTom J. (UsuryFree) Kennedy will be my guest on Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb on September 29, 2013 at 8 PM Eastern.

We will talk about the 9th annual Usury Free week, from November 13 to 19, about the Richard Warman v. Fournier et al trial, Richard Warman’s civil case against him and David Icke, and about his monetary reform efforts.

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Alex JonesIt’s another year, and that means another Infowars Money Bomb.

Inspired by the Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign Money Bomb, Alex Jones started his own Infowars Money Bomb in 2008.

Lee Rogers of Oracle Broadcasting pointed out in 2009 how that year’s Money Bomb announcement had some of the exact same content as the previous year’s Money Bomb, which prompted an online defense from Alex Jones associate, Aaron Dykes, showing that you really hurt someone when you hit them in the pocketbook.

Visitors to Oracle Broadcasting will see that I have so far donated over $600 to the network. Why?

Oracle Broadcasting features hosts that cover topics Alex Jones dare not cover including Zionism, the $300+ billion AIDS scam, the Council for National Policy, and they expose suspect guests like Steve Pieczenik, Lindsey Williams, David Icke and Fritz Springmeier, and suspect media operations like Coast to Coast AM and the Daily Bell.

If Alex Jones is really such a threat to the New World Order, why did one of his own regular guests, Alan Watt, discredit him as a fearmonger, only to be repeatedly invited back?

For those who say that critics of Alex Jones are jealous of his success, I pointed out that by that logic, Alex Jones himself must be jealous of the success of Barack Obama and Rush Limbaugh in criticizing them, since they’re more successful than he is. To me, these are the Alex Jones double standard bearers.

George Whitehurst-Berry had the second-highest-rated show among online listeners on the same network as Alex Jones until it was cancelled under suspicious circumstances in April 2012.

Is Alex Jones really a team player in telling Gary Franchi “if you ever backbite me, I’ll squish you like a bug, and you’ll be dead in this movement.” Such statements are a pattern of behaviour from him, as Jack Blood and Mark Dice can attest to.

Before donating to Alex Jones’ Money Bomb, ask yourself why prominent anti-Zionist Stephen Lendman has never been invited onto his show, despite regularly featuring his articles on Infowars.com and both being regulars on Russia Today. Could it perhaps be because Lendman will be too outspoken against Zionism for Alex Jones’ sponsors and supporters to handle, just like when Steve Pieczenik was reined in for putting too much heat on the Zionists?

Find out why Oracle Broadcasting is truly living up to its motto of delivering cutting-edge, uncensored talk radio, and consider donating to them to have a truly alternative voice in the alternative media.

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English: David Icke, English writer and public...Coast to Coast AM’s archives show that David Icke has been a guest 12 times since April 30, 2003.

As I documented before, a search for Zionism on Coast to Coast AM’s site, with archives going all the way back to 1997, turns up no articles.

In my article, What do Michael Rivero, Jeff Rense and Stephen Lendman have in common?, I showed how they are prominent critics of Zionism and have never appeared on Coast to Coast AM.

For me, the fact that David Icke has been repeatedly invited onto Coast to Coast AM despite being anti-Zionist, is proof that his talk of reptilians discredits his overall message, given the zeal of the Coast to Coast AM handlers who have kept all discussion of Zionism off the airwaves and the site going all the way back to 1997.

Some prominent alternative media figures have questioned David Icke’s sincerity, which I covered in my article, Erskine of Erskine Overnight questions whether David Icke is controlled opposition.

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ErskineI was listening to the end of the first hour of Erskine Overnight for May 5, 2012, and had to listen a second time to confirm that Erskine had surprisingly denounced the GCN newscasts that run at the top of every hour for most shows on GCN, unless, of course, you get special treatment, like Alex Jones.

Erskine said (at 51:19):

We’ll be right back, after these unnecessary newscast[s].

I first heard Erskine on the air back in the 1990s, and lately, he is really letting his personal views be known:

1) Erskine of Erskine Overnight questions whether David Icke is controlled opposition

2) Erskine of Erskine Overnight implies that George Noory made a deal with the devil in becoming host of Coast to Coast AM

3) 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)

I remember when Michael Rivero was on GCN, and he had a problem with the IRN newscasts that GCN was running, saying they were too pro-Israel, and he specifically requested GCN to run INN newscasts during his show instead.

Luckily for Erskine, he has been on GCN since its earliest days and has many affiliates, but being the second highest-rated show among online listeners didn’t stop GCN from pulling the plug on George Whitehurst-Berry’s show, Crash! Are You Ready?

Given the pathetic state of the alternative media these days, I encourage Erskine to step up his public statements even more, and to go out with a bang as George Whitehurst-Berry did, and not a whimper.

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John LearJohn Lear, the son of the inventor of the Learjet, is scheduled to be on Coast to Coast AM with John B. Wells on March 31, 2012.

John Lear is a curious case in that just like Erskine of Erskine Overnight publicly raised questions about David Icke’s sincerity, I have questions about Lear’s sincerity as well.

As Erskine pointed out, David Icke has done some great research into the NWO, but for many, his whole credibility comes into question with his talk of reptilians running things behind the scenes.

It is a common tactic of disinfo agents to mix outlandish claims with accurate ones . However, some seemingly outlandish claims may actually be true, and making outlandish claims does not necessarily make one a disinfo agent.

Lear, in my view, made some very sincere statements in questioning the official story of 9/11 in his November 2, 2003 interview with Art Bell:

A – Huh! So it actually took a fair amount of skill to plow into those buildings?

J – I would say that it took about 200 or 300 hours for each pilot – and we’re talking about . . .

A – 200 or 300 hours? But you mean of simulator time?

J – Of simulator time! They had to learn how to step into the cockpit – and that’s a whole thing – getting into the airplane, but that’s separate from that – they had to get into the cockpit and pull the circuit breaker for the transponder – sit in the pilot seat, disconnect the auto-pilot from the flight management system – turn the airplane, push the throttles all the way forward, find Manhattan – then line up on a pre-planned course – doing 10 miles a minute – they were clocked by air traffic control doing 600 miles an hour at 700 feet above the ground and fly directly into the middle the center of the World Trade Center. Now that – you know and the air races only fly 400 miles an hour and that’s difficult – but to fly an airliner like the size of a 757 at 700 feet – I mean that took some skill and that took a long time to train that – probably a year.

A – That’s wild (unintelligible)

A – But what we’ve been given by the media – by the mass media – you know – they were down in Florida – getting a few hours on lighter aircraft – that doesn’t wash at all . . .

J – No possibility! If you talk to any pilot that knows anything about this and that was – and that was a feat with the (unintelligible) with the benefit with 19,000 hours in all the airplanes I’ve flown including air races – the Douglas B-26, I doubt that I could have done that the 1st time . . .

But how much would people take Lear’s statements on 9/11 seriously when he was introduced in the same interview as asserting that Venus has an atmosphere much like Earth’s?

John Lear suspects that Venus does not have the sulfuric acid atmosphere with an 800 degree temperature that we’ve all been led to believe and instead is a planet very similar to ours, but with a similar, but much more technologically advanced civilization.

November 2, 2003 was a critical time when gaping holes in the official 9/11 theory were unknown to most, including myself, and the mention of his beliefs about Venus and alleged advanced structures on the Moon no doubt made a lot of listeners view his statements on 9/11 with the same skepticism if not outright ridicule that they viewed his statements on Venus and the Moon.

In any case, it demonstrates that one must roll up one’s sleeves and sort out fact from fiction. Unlike 9/11, there isn’t much of a motive for some credentialed scientists to fool us about the true nature of Venus, and I think that we should take his statements on 9/11 seriously and set aside his statements on Venus and the Moon until he starts coming forth with extraordinary evidence for his extraordinary claims.

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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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