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Sean Hannity Slammed About Bilderberg 2011 By Caller Mark Dice

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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 11:30 AM
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This is a rather sweet response to the denial of the existence of Bilderberg for years from Sean Hannity, the big tourist... The call came in on Hannity's news radio show on 77WABC.


Freedom fighter Mark Dice slammed live Sean Hannity about the cover up of the Bilderberg meeting by main stream media which denies that ever exist , but now the situation on the ground is different cause a lot of media is covering this meeting in St Moritz Switzerland like the Russian TV RT together with a range of alternative media which today thanks to the internet reaches more and more people .




And here's Mark Dice on the Bilderberg coverage..



If you want to hear any more of the BS streaming from Hannity's face, check out 77WABC.

Good day.

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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 11:41 AM
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Mark has to go about this a different way!
Instead being rude, or offensive, he must remain modest and calm.
Clearly using any language that offends Hannity will just give you the boot.
But I did enjoy his slam session.

I am no fan of Hannity.
He is a prop.
He denies anything that goes against his popular views.
He is another one that thinks "everything will be ok if you vote republican"
Bollocks.


I am tired of the same rhetoric.
Looks like Americans need to get on the air more.
Do your part and get the word out.
If we the people need to be heard by yelling and screaming on radio/tv...
So be it.


Get these "news journalists' to do their job".
Instead of partisan dribble.







posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 11:47 AM
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nice thread FnS at least this guy is

"fighting the New World Order"

more than I can say for most of us sheeple



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 11:50 AM
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Sean Hannity and other American "journalists" have ignored the Bilderberg group to such a degree that they've exposed themselves as non-journalists. Like I said in a post yesterday, it seems that "crazy" Alex Jones, who sent a team of reporters to last weeks meetings, has emerged as this generation's Edward R. Murrow. I would add Walter Cronkite, but I don't recall him talking about the Bilderberger's or their agenda either. Sean Hannity and the rest have proven themselves to have the journalistic integrity of the best of the old Soviet Pravda reporters.
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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 11:53 AM
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You have to remember though that Hannity or Beck or any of those people are not investigative journalists they are analysts and they've even called themselves entertainers to a degree. What their views are simply are only their opinions.

They look at evidence and base their conclusions on that and in regards to any conspiracy involving a new world order one could find evidence on both sides of this issue.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 11:59 AM
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Hannity is not stupid, so he knows exactly what is occurring, and that there is no conspiracy but a real live goup which creates policy for world-changing events. FOX did not have a team of reporters at the meeting, nor did any other mainstream media, and this lack of coverage has become so obvious that people who used to respect journalism now have to rely on guys with cell-phone cameras.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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www.abovetopsecret.com... out these 2 threads......www.abovetopsecret.com... about the media.........


This is why the media won't cover the One WORLD Order........There is a virtual media blackout on Bilderberg meetings. For example, not a single corporate media source covered the 56th Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia in June of 2008. According to Kurt Nimo of Infowars: "On its face, it makes no sense the corporate media would ignore and fail to report a confab comprised of newsworthy royal elites, chancellors, prime ministers, presidents, ambassadors, secretaries of state, Wall street bankers and investors, CEOs of transnational corporations, and corporate media executives. It makes no sense — that is until you realize the corporate media is owned and directed by this very same elite. In the past, darlings of the corporate media have attended Bilderberg meetings, including the late Peter Jennings of ABC, Joseph Harsch of NBC, the “liberal” Bill Moyers of PBS, the “conservative” William F. Buckley, Jr., Robert Bartley of the Wall Street Journal, the neocon William Kristol, Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, the late Katharine Graham of the CIA’s favorite newspaper, the Washington Post, Leslie Stahl of CBS, and many others. Many are also members of the CFR and the Trilateral Commission. It is no mistake a Google News search reveals absolutely no reportage from the corporate media on the Bilderberg confab currently underway in Virginia. In effect, the Bilderbergers own the corporate media.[21] According to Parascope: “Critics have suggested that the media have been slow to investigate and report on the Bilderberg because many corporate news executives and journalists are members of the Group. Like all other Bilderberg attendees, these individuals have agreed to remain silent about the meetings, in spite of their responsibilities as high-ranking members of the national and international media…. Although underground information activists have managed to pierce the local media bubbles and gather useful information about the Bilderberg’s meetings, scrutiny of the Group in the establishment press is still verboten.
I,am surprised he don't believe in them.............



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:04 PM
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I sort of agree, but I don't think he must. This is the very first clip I have ever heard/seen about this kind of issue where the caller or guest isn't totally trampled by a host denying, ridiculing and taking over the whole question; simply because he raised his voice and didn't allow Hannity. One might question if this really gets the message across (in most cases it probably wouldn't). That being said, I believe a lot of people only understand anger and yelling. People like Dice usually behaves in a very respectful manner in these types of interviews, but that ensures that the host can trample them down with ridiculous counter-questions and talking over then. I think in many "primitive" minds, the host then wins. For those kind of people, maybe Dice won this one?



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:06 PM
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Watch the 2012 American presidential elections. I used to consider myself a republican but now im more of the tea party type. There are alot more like me. We are tired of the generic self serving career politicians. We see the democrats as the combination of socialists and communists that they are and even a few republicans fit in there. THis is what happens when leftist activists and hippies from the 70s run a somewhat free nation...they tank it and create govt dependance for the people and orchestrate themselves as the ruling class to play thier sick games. If another generic politician like Mitt Romney is elected president im moving back to Texas. I hear community organizers dont go over too well there...and Chuck Norris still lives there.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:06 PM
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Watch the 2012 American presidential elections. I used to consider myself a republican but now im more of the tea party type. There are alot more like me. We are tired of the generic self serving career politicians. We see the democrats as the combination of socialists and communists that they are and even a few republicans fit in there. THis is what happens when leftist activists and hippies from the 70s run a somewhat free nation...they tank it and create govt dependance for the people and orchestrate themselves as the ruling class to play thier sick games. If another generic politician like Mitt Romney is elected president im moving back to Texas. I hear community organizers dont go over too well there...and Chuck Norris still lives there.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:07 PM
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Watch the 2012 American presidential elections. I used to consider myself a republican but now im more of the tea party type. There are alot more like me. We are tired of the generic self serving career politicians. We see the democrats as the combination of socialists and communists that they are and even a few republicans fit in there. THis is what happens when leftist activists and hippies from the 70s run a somewhat free nation...they tank it and create govt dependance for the people and orchestrate themselves as the ruling class to play thier sick games. If another generic politician like Mitt Romney is elected president im moving back to Texas. I hear community organizers dont go over too well there...and Chuck Norris still lives there.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:08 PM
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If this thread gains traction, at some point Hannity or his producers will read it. So a suggetion to them. Why not just clear an entire program, put on Alex Jones and a member of the Bildergerg group (maybe Charlie Rose, who was at the meeting), and ask tough questions to both of them. Jones would begin to bellow and yell, and the Bilderfberg guy would downplay his group and its agenda, but if Hannity does it right he could actually get a good discussion going on what some think of as a "conspiracy theory" and others see as people who represent those who set a world-events agenda. And this doesn't just go for Hannity, but for Rachel Maddow and others on the "left" and "right".
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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:12 PM
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This denial reminds me of the time that a caller mentioned the military industrial complex and Hannity acted like he had no idea what the caller was talking about and called him unpatriotic.blah blah blah. He knows what Eisenhower was warning about..



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:22 PM
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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:31 PM
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I diasgaree. They both came across as jerks and Dice missed an opportunity to influence people. Waaay too hot-headed and likely only validated the mainstream argument that people concerned about the Bilderberg sort of thing are wackos.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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Exactly!
By blowing up like that while hannity maintained a level of composure just made their argument that all "Conspiracy Theorists" are unstable and irrational hot heads.
Hannity needs to be approached a certain way but this is not it. Hannity is a 5 star A hole, and I get that Dice wanted to shock and awe him maybe, but I think it failed.

Now everyone not in the loop riding the sack of Hannity and the party line are just shaking their heads in misunderstanding.



posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 01:09 PM
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Originally posted by snowen20
reply to post by pajoly
 


Exactly!
By blowing up like that while hannity maintained a level of composure just made their argument that all "Conspiracy Theorists" are unstable and irrational hot heads.
Hannity needs to be approached a certain way but this is not it. Hannity is a 5 star A hole, and I get that Dice wanted to shock and awe him maybe, but I think it failed.

Now everyone not in the loop riding the sack of Hannity and the party line are just shaking their heads in misunderstanding.


I disagree..

It is damn near impossible to present any argument to Hannity on his show that is against his thinking without getting slammed by him, no matter how respectfully you address it. That's why Dice went off, to do the slamming..

Dice was well spoken and to the point, and obviously Hannity didn't take the time to address the point, or scream back.
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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 01:15 PM
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You know what?
I think you might have something.
Because Hannity and a few others are known for taking over a conversation.
Out speaking, or just plain ridiculing the questioner.

So maybe the only way is to yell at people.

If they can clear out all the garbage they soaked in their ears first.


I'm just not a huge fan of TV personalities.
Too scripted.
Too manipulated.
If you look at who owns Fox News...which is owned by another big corp.
They went to the Bilderberg meeting.
Check the attendee list.





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