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UPDATE FROM ALEX JONES AND GOV. JESSE VENTURA ON SECRETIVE “POLICE STATE” CANCELLATION
UPDATED FRI, DEC. 3 11:25 AM CST — This is an update on the now-confirmed bizarre cancellation of the “Police State” FEMA camp episode from TruTV’s schedule, which we now know is due to background pressure.
Alex Jones, a consultant to the show who appears in “Police State”, noticed three weeks ago that the episode was scheduled to air before the then-newest episode on Fridays at 10 PM EST / 9 PM CST. Alex knew that encore episodes were consistently replayed over-and-over prior to brand new Friday premiere episodes, so red flags went up when it did not re-air like all the others. Now that more inconsistencies have been documented, Alex made some phone calls to get to the bottom of the matter.
This morning, Alex spoke with Gov. Jesse Ventura and discovered that he was fully aware of the fact that “Police State” had been pulled due to pressure from within the government. The former Minnesota governor and star of the show indicated that he’s not ready to make a full statement yet as he’s still investigating the details and talking with network execs. However, Ventura urged that people have a right as citizens to contact TruTV and let them know that they want to see it back on air.
Originally posted by leira7
I saw that episode, and it creeped my family out the most, because I'd been telling them that stuff since like '05, and they called me crazy, until they saw this show, and a couple of youtube vids. Yeah, whatever it is, I don't think the government wants too many people to know about it, but WHY?
really, don't we have a right to know where are tax $$ are going?
Originally posted by StrangeBrew
Just look at the part in that episode where they discuss and visit those "Fusion" centers, now littered throughout the US. These are suppose to be gathering points of "information" for all federal and state agencies (55 agencies in all). Yet, when asked about who oversee them and runs the show, the spokesman said it definitely wasn't the government.
Clem: "Each one them (fusion centers) is managed separately. The federal government doesn't manage these, these operations."
Ventura: "But they oversee them?"
Clem: "No they don't"
Ventura: "They don't?"
Pretty sure they don't want to let that little cat out of the bag.
Yep, I knew that's what they were as well. There would be no reason to use such receptacles in the event of a mass die off. Mass graves, or incineration would be more practical to prevent further health and sanitation issues.
Originally posted by stars15k
reply to post by SpaceJ
I am from Indiana. I knew what they were as soon as I saw them. We require those "coffins" when we bury our dead. I don't' think all places do, but they are NOT coffins. They are burial vaults.