Alex Jones Show: Wednesday (3-27-13) Professor Griff & Steve Pieczenik

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Published on 27 Mar 2013

On this Wednesday, March 27 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex looks at the response to Jim Carrey‘s attack on the Second Amendment and covers growing assaults on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. He also talks about increasing violence in the Middle East as fanatical Muslims jail, torture, and kill Christians in Egypt, Libya, and Syria under the order out of chaos banner of the so-called “Arab Spring.” Alex welcomes back Professor Griff to the show. Griff is a member of the hip hop group Public Enemy and head of the Security of the First World. He will talk about the 21 goals of the Illuminati and aspects of the the Secret Covenant. Alex also covers other important news items and takes your calls on today’s worldwide broadcast.

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Alex Jones Show: Sunday (9-23-12)

 

Published on Sep 23, 2012 by 

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On this Sunday, September 23rd edition, Alex Jones speaks with former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura about his timely book, DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans, and how the two-party system has hijacked our Constitutional republic. Ventura also floats the possibility that he would run for president in 2016, but as an individual outside of any party including the ‘independent’ label. Then, geopolitical expert Lyndon LaRouche gives his take on why Obama is a dangerous and untrustworthy president determined to take us into another war– this time, thermonuclear. With a focus on current events in Libya and Syria, LaRouche breaks down our folly in foreign policy. Finally, filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza joins Alex to discuss 2016: Obama’s America, his film exposing the dark vision overtaking our nation and the impact of the current president’s policies should he remain in office for another term.

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‘US govt handicapped, people fed up with American military’

Published on Sep 20, 2012 by 

Pakistani police have reportedly used tear gas, batons and fired warning shots – to push protesters away from the American embassy in Islamabad. Eight officers are said to have been injured in the clashes.

More than a thousand demonstrators vented their anger at a U.S.-made film that pokes fun at Islam. Protests flared up across the Muslim world last Tuesday, after a trailer of the film was translated into Arabic and put online.

American diplomatic missions have come under attack in several countries – after the U.S. ambassador to Libya was killed last week. 

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Alex Jones Show: Tuesday (9-18-12) Paul Joseph Watson

 

Published on Sep 18, 2012 by ConspiracyScope
On the Tuesday, September 18 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex continues to run down the prospect of world war or at best a regional conflagration in the Middle East as protests against an anti-Islamic video engulf the Muslim world and the West and Israel prepare an attack on the final Shiite domino, Iran. He also talks about the coming economic devastation of endless QE as the Federal Reserve and the central banks comprising the international bankster elite make their move to take down economies, eradicate national sovereignty, consolidate wealth and power and usher in authoritarian world government. Prison Planet.com editor Paul Watson covers new ammo purchases by the feds and the drift toward martial law.

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Wake up call for US ELITES after ATTACKS on Embassy in ARAB Nations…

 

ublished on Sep 16, 2012 by 

Wake up call for US ELITES after ATTACKS on Embassy in ARAB nations (US is ANTI-ARAB and ISLAMIC)

WASHINGTON – Has the Arab Winter arrived?

It’s a question analysts in Washington are asking as angry demonstrations spread across North Africa and the Middle East to protest a video ridiculing the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Those skeptical of promoting democracy in Muslim countries and those who fear a rapid decline in American influence may see their suspicions validated. Even among those who’ve championed the end of Middle Eastern autocracies, the level of anti-American rage wrought by the film has been ominous.

U.S. embassies and consulates have been breached this week in Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Tunisia — the same four countries to rid themselves of decades-long dictatorships in what became known as the Arab Spring of revolutions last year. In Libya, the only place the U.S. used its military to ensure regime change, the violence was the worst, claiming the life of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other embassy staffers.

“This will be a Rorschach test,” said Robert Danin of the Council on Foreign Relations and a former State Department specialist on the region. “Those who say we need to be more involved in the Middle East will point to the outpouring of sympathy for the United States. You’ll have others who are more cautious who might say that this is a mess and we need to hunker down and reduce our footprint there.”

The unrest from Morocco to India is rekindling a debate that has been ever-present within the U.S. government and has raged in U.S. foreign policy circles since a Tunisian street vendor lit himself on fire and set off the Arab Spring of protests in January 2011: Is the new reality of greater freedom alongside greater instability good for the Muslim world? Is it good for American interests?

“The people of Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Tunisia did not trade the tyranny of a dictator for the tyranny of a mob,” Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said at a repatriation ceremony Friday for the remains of the Libya consulate victims.

By and large, the Arab Spring governments have responded to the ongoing crisis well. The presidents of Libya and Yemen apologized to President Barack Obama. Egypt’s new Islamist President Mohammed Morsi held back initially from condemning the embassy siege, but after a call from Obama, demanded respect for diplomatic missions and denounced Tuesday’s deadly attack in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi during a seven-minute address Friday on state television.

But with the exception of Libya under dictator Col. Moammar Gadhafi, the U.S. could long rely on co-operation from these governments. What changed in the unprecedented wave of pro-democracy demonstrations last year, and what was foreshadowed in Obama’s speech in Cairo after becoming president, was the new American appeal to the Arab streets, the commitment to working with ordinary citizens long suppressed by their own national authorities and long frustrated by the friendly relations their governments enjoyed with the United States.

“This president’s approach to what has been called the Arab Spring, to this unrest, has been to lay out a set of principles and support for human rights, and to make clear that we support a process of nonviolent political and economic change and reform in the region,” White House press secretary Jay Carney said Friday.

He said co-operation with Arab countries in transition was advancing U.S. national security interests.

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Alex Jones Show: Friday (9-14-12) Ben Swann

Published on Sep 14, 2012 by 

On the Friday, September 14 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex covers the increasing insanity in response to an anti-Islam video that is making its way across the internet after the death of a U.S. ambassador in Libya. He also covers Obama‘s appeal against a court ruling striking down the indefinite detention of American citizens and other news. Alex’s guest today is investigative journalist Ben Swann who interviewed Obama about why his administration is fighting the injunction issued by a federal judge prohibiting the indefinite detention of American citizens under Sections 1021 and 1022 of the NDAA. Swann works for FOX19 Evening News in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is the recipient of both an Edward R. Murrow Award and two Emmy‘s. Alex also takes your calls on today’s show.

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Alex Jones Show: Thursday (9-13-12) Jesse Ventura

 

Published on Sep 14, 2012 by 

On the Thursday, September 13 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex talks with former Minnesota governor, Navy Seal, and television show host Jesse Ventura about the political landscape in America following the Republican and Democrat conventions. Jesse is the author of DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs In Government, a book that exposes the ineptitude and gang-like mentalities of both parties. You can get a copy at the Infowars Store. Alex covers the news and also the latest on the al-Qaeda attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya, a country reduced to failed state status by Obama and NATO. Alex also takes your calls.

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