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Coast to Coast AM

From their Upcoming Shows page as of September 21, 2012:

Tuesday September 25, 2012
Former CBS TV and Post/Newsweek reporter, Hugh Simpson, will discuss his opinions of the dismal state of broadcast journalism…

Hypocritical, since George Noory has some of his own explaining to do regarding the dismal state of Coast to Coast AM’s broadcast journalism for its three million weekly listeners on over 500 terrestrial stations with regard to the show’s gatekeeping of Zionism and his gatekeeping of the $300+ billion AIDS scam.

Wednesday September 26, 2012
In the first half, crime scene investigator by day and forbidden archeologist by night, Paul Rimmasch, will discuss how mainstream archeologists bury theories that don’t support their own work.

Hypocritical, since George Noory is deliberately gatekeeping how Dr. Robert Gallo, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the AIDS establishment have buried Dr. Peter Duesberg‘s AIDS theories that don’t support their own work.

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Coast to Coast AM

Here are some things George Noory won’t be discussing at Conspiracy Con 2012, from June 2-3, in Santa Clara, CA:

1) The David John Oates appearance Coast to Coast AM won’t rebroadcast

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

3) Coast to Coast AM site and descriptions laughably contain no references to Zionism

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

5) Red Ice Radio: A Coast to Coast AM flavoured broadcast without the gatekeeping of George Noory

6) 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)

7) Fact check: George Noory of Coast to Coast AM has 16 million daily listeners?

8) The opening salvo of my public appeal to George Noory of Coast to Coast AM to cover the $300+ billion AIDS scam

9) George Noory advocates the bankster gold standard

10) The questionable guests of Coast to Coast AM

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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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Coast to Coast AM

Coast to Coast AM is scheduled to rebroadcast an August 1, 1997 appearance by reverse speech expert, David John Oates, on April 28, 2012, but what they won’t rebroadcast to their listeners is his final show where he was abruptly cut off for playing damning reversals of regular guests, Richard Hoagland and Major Ed Dames.

Oates disclosed on his second-last appearance on Crash! Are You Ready? with George Whitehurst-Berry — before the show was abruptly pulled after four and a half years on the air — that he was making $100,000 a month from his regular appearances, but he naively thought that broadcasting the truth about Hoagland and Dames would be tolerated.

In the episode, he plays damning reversals on Hoagland and Art Bell, starting in the second segment at 14:33.

As to what Coast to Coast AM is really all about, see my article Erskine of Erskine Overnight implies that George Noory made a deal with the devil in becoming host of Coast to Coast AM.

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Radio host and documentary film maker Alex Jones

One of the common tactics of those who don’t want to debate an issue on its merits is to shift the focus to the motives of the person discussing issues.

One of the common tactics of fans of alternative media personalities is to suggest that those who raise any issues about them — especially their words and actions — is to say the person raising those issues are jealous of that person’s success.

Lee Rogers of Oracle Broadcasting has been at the forefront of the alternative media in pointing out the tactics and fallacies engaged in by the many so-called alternative media fans who apply a double standard toward alternative media personalities they admire.

One reader to this site asked if I was jealous of Alex Jones’ success, simply for posting an article with a YouTube clip of Alex Jones’ own words in saying he didn’t want to promote mass hatred of Jews in response to a caller simply and calmly reading out a list of Jewish names, only to say on another show with absolute fury in his voice, the blanket statement that: “The Mexicans want to destroy America.”

By the logic of these critics, Alex Jones must be jealous of the success of Barack Obama, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and others, because they have become more successful than him.

The real alternative media is waking up to these tactics, and to the actions and words of several prominent alternative media personalities being incongruent, like those of George Noory, who acts so affable and pretends to be a promoter of open discussion on many issues, yet is provably gatekeeping the HIV/AIDS scam.

George Whitehurst-Berry, formerly of GCN, who broadcasted an hour before Alex Jones, and had the second-highest-rated show among online listeners, paid the price for opposing the germ theory of disease which was so ridiculously promoted with this April 24, 2012 article, claiming that GMO corn *may* be spreading the “AIDS virus,” simply because it *may* contain a protein associated with HIV. By that logic, carbon monoxide is the same as carbon dioxide, since they are similar, and I could safely breathe carbon monoxide.

Nevermind that George Whitehurst-Berry has conducted 32 interviews that aired before Alex Jones’ show, thoroughly shattering the AIDS scam to bits. That doesn’t matter, since promoting fear about an unproven virus generates more clicks for greater advertising revenue.

People are starting to wake up and demand that the “alternative” media be alternative.

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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

As of March 23, 2012 — 12 years since archive.org shows cached pages from Coast to Coast AM’s website, and with their internal search going back to 1997, a Google and internal search for “Zionism” laughably turns up no results.  (Thanks to a reader for drawing this important observation to my attention).

Is it any wonder, then, that George Noory is gatekeeping the $300+ billion AIDS scam, when there is not even a single reference to one of the most influential political forces since the 20th century? Zionism culminated in the state of Israel in 1948, which grew bigger during the Six Day War in 1967, and its influence should be evident by Congress giving more standing ovations to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu than any other foreign leader since longer than almost anyone can remember.

At least Coast to Coast AM isn’t addressing Zionism at all, unlike the dishonest money gold standard-advocating Daily Bell, whose founder admitted on his own bio to advising and consulting to large international banks, and has repeatedly attempted to re-define Zionism as simply support for a Jewish homeland, as opposed to one specifically in the biblical lands.

For a radio host who isn’t afraid to address controversial topics, check out George Whitehurst-Berry of Crash! Are You Ready?, who has exposed the Rothschild gold standard, smashed the AIDS scam with 32 interviews, had anti-Zionist former Jew, Brother Nathanael Kapner, on several times, including a recent rebroadcast, and interviewed Syrian Girl about things other hosts dare not ask her.

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