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is not just a slap in the face, but it’s a knife in the back that spends ALL of its precious prime time doing everything it can to undermine our credibility.
Jesse and his crew of “investigators” (his “staff” consists of nothing more than a group of producers from various tv shows,
In fact, it must have been hard to find such a collection of unreliable and discredited people to respresent the Truth movement.
Jesse Ventura is no friend of the Truth movement and it’s time we let him know it.
But, there is one thing that can't be overlooked, it's progress.
Originally posted by iversusvsversusi
I don't understand how when this dude goes on national TV introducing the FEMA camps to many people who had probably never heard about them before, plus some interesting points on how 911 may have been an inside job, can even be considered against 'the truth movement.' Sure he may be making some bank off of it, but at least he's pushing the ball in the right direction, getting the message out to many people who would have never given it any thought without seeing it on television.
Originally posted by Hoosyourdaddyo
reply to post by Sinnthia
Fine, I guess I must have imagined the building where Jesse and Alex Jones spoke to two spokespersons from DHS, while kids played on a swingset inside the fences that were pointed in to keep people from escaping.
I guess the sign that said it was a criminal act to bring items that can aid escape was also a figment of my imagination.
I guess the multiple facilities I have seen that were built on old military installations are all just there for #s and giggles, and the legislation, REX84 and FEMA acknowledgement of these sites is all just a big plot to make them look evil.