Posts Tagged ‘George W. Bush’

Radio host Dr. Bill Deagle documents how his scheduled February 26, 2008 appearance on Coast to Coast AM was cancelled just hours beforehand, by host George Noory, because of this picture of then President George W. Bush compared to Hitler.

Here is George Noory’s February 27, 2008 email to Dr. Bill Deagle:

—–Original Message—–
From: george
Sent: Feb 27, 2008 2:33 PM

Cc: DarkEditor@aol.com
Subject: RE: Censored Interview ? of Dr Bill Deagle MD

I saw your posted letter…I’m the one disappointed. You’re on Alex’s show…ask HIM about me…you’re way off base Bill.

I do think the policies of our administration are poor at best, but protraying a standing US President as Hitler is uncalled for and I WONT have MY show a party to it.

Have some respect for the office. It’s unfortunate because the
information you apparently report on is what I do.

Here is the description of Alex Jones’ scheduled April 16, 2013 appearance:

Documentary filmmaker and alternative media activist Alex Jones will discuss how he became consumed with exposing the forces controlling world events many years ago, and how much of what he predicted is coming to fruition. Yet much is yet to come, he believes, such as how humans will be replaced by robots, and the matrix of information that will control our every move.

Here is my April 16, 2013 email to George Noory. I also sent a similar email to his two producers, Lisa Lyon and Tom Danheiser.


Remember when you cancelled Dr. Bill Deagle’s scheduled appearance because of a Bush as Hitler picture on his site?

Your guest tonight, Alex Jones, has had several pictures of Obama as Hitler on his site since 2012, so why the double standard?


Here are the articles and pictures in question:

April 3, 2012

April 30, 2012

June 18, 2012

For more on George Noory’s outrageous hypocrisy, see my article, George Noory’s willful indifference to those suffering from the AIDS scam.

For more on why George Noory got upset with Bill Deagle’s picture of President Bush compared to Hitler, see my articles:

George Noory: “If it’s Jewish, I’m in support of it”

Coast to Coast AM more Jewish Zionist than Christian Zionist

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The Anglo-American establishmentIn their interview with James Bovard on September 25, 2011, The Daily Bell asked him about their Anglo-American meme.

Daily Bell: Do you believe there is a kind of power-elite cabal that is trying to set up one world government? We call it the Anglo-American power elite.

James Bovard: Don’t forget the French. They were the ones who dragged NATO into the war in Libya. I hope that whatever Anglo-American power elite exists can be soon exiled to some isolated Colorado mountaintop where they hold gassy conferences in perpetuity that no one attends.

Notice the dismissiveness of Bovard’s response concerning the Anglo-American elite.  Yes, that’s right, Daily Bell — there is more to the New World Order power structure than an Anglo-American elite. Indeed, George W. Bush was actually correct that there was an Iraq War “coalition of the willing” consisting of non-Anglo countries, no matter how relatively puny that contingent was.

For more on The Daily Bell, see my articles Strange bedfellows: The Federal Reserve and The Daily Bell, and The Daily Bell critically examines “The Anglo-American” establishment, yet what about some of their contributors?

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Barack Obama signing the Patient Protection an...

The constitutional way of signing a bill -- with a pen in your own hand

It wasn’t enough for President Obama to illegally go to war against Libya.

No, he had to violate another part of the Constitution. This time, by indirectly signing a four-year extension to the so-called Patriot Act with an autopen.

Article I, Section 7 of the U.S. Constitution states:

Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it become a Law, be presented to the President of the United States; If he approve he shall sign it

The clear meaning of this requirement is that the bill that has passed the House and Senate, which is to be presented to the President, has to be signed by him, and only him, and not some autopen based on his order.

If they can’t get the bill to him on time, then that should say something about the perils of waiting until the last minute, and about too many bills being passed by Congress. Taking shortcuts is no excuse, since the bill will become law if it’s still unsigned 10 days later (excluding Sundays).

The Constitution’s language also makes it clear that line-item vetos aren’t constitutional, and the U.S. Supreme Court ruled as such in 1998, after such a provision was signed into law in 1996 by President Clinton.

Therefore, we don’t need a Supreme Court decision to tell us what should be obvious by a plain reading, and the former Attorney General under George W. Bush, Alberto Gonzales, is no authority on the Constitution, in arguing autopen signings are constitutional, since he was the one who claimed that there was no constitutional habeas corpus protection in the constitution for Guantanimo detainees, despite Article I, Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution already recognizing a pre-existing writ of habeas corpus, in saying:

The privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.

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The Israeli flag

In his address to Congress on May 24, 2011, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed, “America has no better friend than Israel.

A friend is someone whom you have a strong bond with, supports you, doesn’t take advantage of you, and isn’t shy to tell you when they think you are going astray.

By that measure, is Israel truly America’s best friend?

The United States has a “special relationship” with the UK, and has the largest bilateral trading relationship in the world with its neighbour, Canada, and shares the common law and the English language with both.

Israel ranks nowhere close in trade numbers to Canada or the UK, and the significant population difference isn’t an excuse, since size matters in terms of the ability of a country’s friendliness to be meaningful relative to other countries. Increased trade interdependence was seen as a way of preventing future wars in Europe, which was one of the justifications for European economic and political integration, and trade with Canada and the UK have brought them very close to the U.S.

While Israel sat on the sidelines in the Iraq War for obvious political reasons, despite being in the best position to reap the benefits of the ouster of Saddam Hussein, it was the UK that sent the second-largest contingent of coalition troops.

While Canada didn’t send troops into the Iraq War without a UN Resolution, as then Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien made clear to the Bush administration would be required, it dissented in a respectful manner, advising of the dangers of going to war without a broad coalition under the banner of the UN, as was successfully conducted in the Gulf War. Canada was subsequently proven right on that as the death, mayhem and instability showed.

Despite the immediate upset of the Bush administration over Canada’s refusal to join the Iraq War, there were no long-lasting consequences, and Canada and the U.S. continue to cooperate closely with NAFTA, NORAD, NATO, and border security.

While the U.S. has the largest bilateral trading relationship with Canada, Israel, on the other hand, is the second-largest recipient of publicly-funded U.S. welfare, second only to Afghanistan, with $3 billion a year in military assistance.

While Canada effectively relies on the U.S. for its defense against most countries if they were to invade, that would be extremely unlikely, and is balanced out by Canada having to take the hit of any nuclear ballistic missiles shot down if they are fired over the north pole toward the U.S.

With the May 2, 2011 re-election of the Conservative Party with a majority government, the planned $30 billion U.S. fighter jet proposal is set to go through, demonstrating Canada’s commitment to its share in defense, and from its own pocket.

Despite Netanyahu’s claim of Israel being “a bright star of freedom,” that doesn’t include the same level of religious freedom found in the U.S., as preaching the gospel to individuals in public in Israel is illegal, and will land you in jail.

He also praised Israel’s “open economy,” yet, in 2011, the conservative Heritage Foundation ranked Israel as having only the 43rd most free economy, with Arab neighbour Jordan coming out ahead in 38th place, while Canada was in 6th place, close to the U.S. in 8th place, making Canada more similar to the U.S., economically.

Being without a veto in the UN Security Council, Israel has to rely on the U.S. to get itself out of hot water, including ignoring past resolutions that Israel is violation of, despite former President George W. Bush citing Saddam’s repeated violations of UN resolutions as partial justification for his overthrow.

Unlike Israel, Canada doesn’t have a convicted spy sitting in U.S. prison for espionage against the U.S., as Israel’s spy Jonathan Pollard currently is.

Despite Canada occasionally being falsely smeared with the claim that some of the 19 alleged 9/11 hijackers came in through Canada, the U.S. had detained some Israeli citizens on 9/11, as announced by former Foreign Secretary Colin Powell, which scarcely received mention in the mass media to the extent that the false information about Canada continues to whenever a major U.S. political figure repeats it.

Benjamin Netanyahu wants you to believe Israel is America’s best friend. The question is — will you believe him?

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