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Originally posted by Totalstranger
good episode. nothing new though really. and I hate how Jesse and his team act all suprised everytime they learn about something. as if they didnt know along with all of ATS. also I looked up the full inscription (english version) on the Georgia Guidestones and th message is really a good one in my opinion. they only mention the 500,000,000 people part
EDIT to add: and I hate how there's always one thing every episode that they touch on and dont mention enough of. One episode it was the 9-11 hijackers being in the cockpits BEFORE takeoff. this episode it was the 7 people who were higher up than even the Bilderburgers. anyone know anything more about these seven men??
[edit on 31-12-2009 by Totalstranger]
Originally posted by darkelf
reply to post by blankduck18
You are looking at this one particular episode, I'm looking at the show as a whole. I am a firm believer that there is a reason that televisions shows are called 'programs.' I am not knocking the show, only trying to understand the reason for it.
Originally posted by mike dangerously
reply to post by SonicInfinity
It's far easier to be snarky and nitpick then to expect people who have never had an original thought in their entire lives to give constructive criticism I think Jesse and the producers have done a great job with the show considering the time constraints they have.They manage to give a basic overview of the topic and give the general public something to think about.I admit they are a bit cheesy but if they just presented this as a straight forward documentary people would change the channel.
Jesse Ventura: Alex, why are we meeting here?
Alex Jones: Because the information I wanted to talk to you about is important, and I wanted to talk to you privately.
I would love to take cheese clips from the show and string them together.
the governor flies into action, in a desperate effort to prevent their evil plans from taking effect.