Posts Tagged ‘threat’

Gary Franchi and Alex JonesWith the founding of Gary Franchi’s 24-hour, 7-days-a-week Next News Network, here’s what it won’t be covering, given Alex Jones’ threat to him that: “If you ever backbite me, I’ll squish you like a bug, and you’ll be dead in this movement.”

1) Oracle Broadcasting hosts come out against Alex Jones’ staged blowup on Piers Morgan Tonight

2) While Mark Dice was appearing on Alex Jones’ show, Lee Rogers was at the forefront of exposing him

3) Alex Jones disables comments on Lindsey Williams’ interview due to past bogus predictions

4) Alex Jones runs cover for Zionists in response to Paul Craig Roberts’ disdain for Romney’s grovelling to Israel and Netanyahu

5) Why the Infowars Money Bomb 2012 is so 2008

6) If, according to Infowars.com, Ron Paul was “America’s last hope,” why is the Alex Jones operation still in business, bigger than ever?

7) Alan Watt discredits Alex Jones as a fearmonger, only to be repeatedly invited back

8) Still don’t think Alex Jones is gatekeeping for the Zionists?

9) If Alex Jones is such a threat to the NWO, why is he so sure: “I’ll be here in 20 years”?

10) George Whitehurst-Berry uncovers some interesting information on Alex Jones

11) Why Dr. Rebecca Carley won’t be back on the Alex Jones Show

12) An absolutely damning clip of Alex Jones on Zionist Jews versus Mexicans

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From his disruption of a peaceful and co-operative 2010 Austin, Texas pro-gun rally, Alex Jones declared to Catherine Bleish (at 3:28): “I’ll be here in 20 years.”

If Alex Jones is such a threat to the New World Order, how can he be so sure he’ll be around for any length of time?

Is it hubristic arrogance, or does he know something we don’t?

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Given the increasing drumbeat for military intervention against Syria and Iran, I thought I would share my February 27, 2012 reflection on John Esposito’s, “The Islamic Threat: Myth or Reality?”

In reading John Esposito’s critical examination of what some call, “The Islamic Threat,” several important points came to mind.

He pointed out how the Cold War conflict was portrayed as a conflict between good and evil, with the Soviet Union labeled an “evil empire.”

Particularly interesting, was how he pointed out that it was good for the bottom line of the U.S. Military Industrial Complex.

After the end of the end of the Cold War, the Military Industrial Complex needed a new enemy on the scale of the Soviet Union. A hyped-up threat of “Islamic extremism” fit the bill.

This is all the more relevant since the event of 9/11, which provided the justification for a 10-year and counting war in Afghanistan, and the war on Iraq. Former NATO Supreme Commander Wesley Clark came out in 2007 revealing how, shortly after 9/11, one of his Pentagon contacts said the George W. Bush administration planned to take out seven countries in five years. (Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran) (http://www.salon.com/2011/11/26/wes_clark_and_the_neocon_dream/)

The U.S. has gone into Iraq and Libya, has broken up Sudan, is talking about arming the opposition in Syria, and the current administration is stoking the fear of Iran imminently obtaining a nuclear weapon, despite a former head of Israel’s spy agency, the Mossad, saying they wouldn’t obtain such a capability before 2018 (http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,796320,00.html), assuming they are actually trying to pursue one — which is completely unproven.

Another important factor Esposito pointed to is the gross distortion of Islam and Muslims in the Western mass media. He specifically pointed to one article that featured a picture of a Muslim wearing a turban, whose eyes had stars from the American flag in it.

I agree with his assertion that the intention of such a depiction is to give Americans a distorted picture of Islam and Muslims. Most Muslims don’t wear turbans, but that didn’t stop the editors of the article from depicting a Muslim wearing one. I agree with his assertion that it was intentionally done to portray Muslims in conflict with modernity.

Since 9/11, the new boogeyman the U.S. mass media had was Osama bin Laden. Another turban-wearing Muslim who lived in a cave in Afghanistan, while comparatively downplaying the fact that the bin Laden family is the one of the richest and most influential families in Saudi Arabia, and how they had business deals with the Bush family, as documented in the book, House of Bush, House of Saud.

Also, similar to the pattern Esposito outlined with U.S. mass media portrayals in the 1990s, since 9/11, they are failing to provide balance and context as to why there is conflict between “Islam and the West.”

The attack of 9/11 was portrayed as an attack by Arab “Muslim extremists” while conveniently ignoring some of the grievances that were cited as contributing to the conditions that led to the justifications that extremists used for the attack, including U.S. military occupation of the country with two of Islam’s most holy sites, and America’s ultimately unqualified support for Israel in its occupation of the Palestinians.

It’s sad how what Esposito wrote in his 1995 edition of his book rings even more true today in 2012, but it should serve as a wakeup call of the unfolding plan before it’s too late to stop “people (on our side and on theirs) who want to turn this into a holy war between two civilizations — as if that could produce anything but death or lasting misery, for millions.” — William Pfaff (Esposito, 188)

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Oracle BroadcastingOn the April 26, 2012 episode of Truth Hertz with Charles Giuliani on Oracle Broadcasting, he revealed the covert campaign by some operatives employing ADL-inspired tactics to threaten the network with losing its sponsors unless certain topics are no longer covered in the way they have been by several hosts, including himself.

He revealed his first encounter with coming up against resistance to challenging sacred cows, with his open questioning of the concept of the Trinity in his theology classes as an undergraduate, and how they tried to buy his silence.

Peter Duesberg found out the hard way when the AIDS establishment mafia, led by Robert Gallo and Anthony Fauci, orchestrated his punishment for daring to question the fraudulent HIV/AIDS theory since 1987, and refusing to bow to their pressure.

George Whitehurst-Berry of Crash! Are You Ready? had his show cancelled on GCN under very suspicious circumstances, with his archives being immediately pulled on the day his show was replaced, which was completely unprecedented for a show that was on the air for four and a half years. Other long-running shows had their archives up for a week or more after their shows had an untimely demise with the death of the host, as was the case with former GCN hosts Derry Brownfield, John Anderson and Joe Mazza.

I will support Oracle so long as its hosts aren’t forced to change their hard-hitting analysis due to an orchestrated threat through its sponsors.

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Warren Buffett showed his bankster and Wall Street insider sympathies on the September 30, 2011 episode of Charlie Rose.

At 26:54, he said:

The decision to make Tim Geithner the Secretary of Treasury was a terrific decision.

Yes, that’s correct. He’s talking about Tim Geithner, the guy became U.S. Treasury Secretary despite not even being able to figure out TurboTax, the guy who made Chinese students laugh when he tried talking up the dollar, the guy who issued a debt limit threat, and the guy who claimed the U.S. would never lose its triple-A credit rating a year before it did just that.

Seriously, Warren? Are you telling me that kind of track record got your company to where it is today? Oh that’s right — you turned your back on the principles that made your company great, as I outlined in this article.

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Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, aka Tiny Tim TurboTax Made Me Do it, threatened the American people on the April 17, 2011 episode of Meet the Press.

The office of Treasury Secretary is no stranger to threats. Geithner’s precedessor, Hank Paulson, threatened some members of Congress with martial law in America, as Congressman Brad Sherman told fellow Representatives from the floor of the House.

Geithner said (emphasis mine):

Let me tell you how we’re going to do this. Congress is going to have to raise the debt limit. They understand that. That’s absolutely essential to preserve the creditworthiness of the United States of America. You know, we’re a country that meets its obligations, and we have to meet our obligations, and they recognize that. I heard–in fact, I heard the leadership tell the president that again on Wednesday.

A country that meets its obligations, except for when it didn’t, like ending the domestic gold standard in 1933, and the gold exchange standard in 1971.

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