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Sean Hannity Slammed About Bilderberg 2011 By Caller Mark Dice

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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 01:24 PM
Hannity doesnt want to talk about tough issues. He doesnt want to talk about Ron Paul leading poll after poll after poll including the one on the website of Fox News. No hes too worried about keeping his job so he can throw his stupid football everynight to actually stand up, be a REAL American and have a voice. Pathetic traitor scum.

posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 01:33 PM
reply to post by rstregooski

Well I agree that Dice was in the right, and I also agree that there is as of yet no known way to approach Hannity in an intelligent and realistic manner.
I think the issue here lies in my perception of how people will react to the call, rather than how reality works.
I assume that the party line camp will brown nose corporate media even more when those dangerous and unpatriotic conspiracy theorists call in to rant about insanity.

After listening to the audio again, I think another place I have a concern is that he (Dice) didn't really say anything intelligent about Bilderberge, he just kind of sounded kooky accusing Hannity of sort of being undercover with the elites; which he probably is. I tend to think however that hannity is just an Effing douche, that needs to get slapped around like a little B he is.....never mind. What I mean by that is that he is just a mindless media puppet feeling like he is a part of the solution when he's not. I really hate people like that, who will not even give time of day to any form of counter reasoning. That's why I stopped watching all news.
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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 02:00 PM
If Hannity's got their itinerary right there in front of him, well then one must assume it's important......if he has the itinerary right there in front of him. Yet he doesn't want to really talk about it........but it's right there in front of him.

Effective and efficient call by Dice.


posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 02:30 PM
Good luck getting a word in if it doesn't resonate with Hannity.

Here's part of an email I sent to Sally Kohn after he slammed her in a radio interview:

I transitioned over to Fox news years ago because of the "mainstream" media's clear left agenda. However, I've become just as disgusted with Fox's talk programming. Hannity's demeanor has become O'Reilly-esque with a longer fuse.

Whatever happened to the investigative journalist? The guy or gal who, in good faith and genuine motivation, seeks the truth and exposes it to the rest of us Truth Seekers by wading through the seedy subcultures for late-night meetings in the park with the whistle blowers and the Deep Throats?

NO news media is without agenda today, from you to Michelle Malkin, and from Fox to BBC and Al Jazeera. News has become a movement of varying political ideologies and THAT, in my humble opinion, is a major contributor to the polarization and inevitable destruction of our communities. You're feeding the Machine when the Machine needs to be shut down and retooled.

Here's part of her response:

Please do rest assured that I know Sean's schtick and I know what I'm getting into when I agree to be a guest on his show.

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posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 02:56 PM
reply to post by Victor03

I have typed this before in other posts and will type it again.

Dems do not use KY. Republicans use KY. Either way the citizen remains bent over

posted on Jun, 14 2011 @ 03:48 PM

Originally posted by kro32
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.
unfortunately they're not even analysts they read teleprompters,they are told what to say.

posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 11:38 PM
reply to post by kro32
I agree with you on Hannity and you can throw in O'Rielly, but Beck? My opinion is that Beck was the only guy on the air that really tried to connect the dots. He didn't pull any punches on Soros and all the other socialist, communist and Marxist
garbage Obama has surrounded himself with. He also was a great advocate of the Tea Party movement. Why do you think the left hated him so much. He was exposing them left and right. Give the guy some credit. He woke up more "average" citizens. than any media figure I can think of. As far as Dice goes, more power to him. We'll take anyone willing to stand up to TPTB.

posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 11:49 PM
it's his show.

let this guy get his own show.

but first you have to believe all that bilderburg and PTB crap.

oh, sorry, this is ATS, i forgot.

hey, i know what's really going on.

as much as anyone here.

posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 12:29 AM

Originally posted by Aleister
reply to post by kro32

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.

I wonder why you refuse to call it Conspiracy? " A real live (secret) group which creates (secret global) policy for world changing events (that affect gov. decisions without the consent of the governed and for personal gain) seems to me to perfectly fit the definition of a conspiracy. Those that conspire to affect the lives of the people without their consent is a crime. Yes, conspiracy is a crime, subject to prosecution. Maybe that is the real reason politicians, bankers and corporate heads who attend Bilderberger, Trilateral and CFR meetings are so hell bent on downplaying the term and attempt to discredit anyone using the "term". Jail time that takes them away from their lavish lifestyle is one hell of a motivator to do anything and I mean anything to keep from being exposed. If you disagree, please give us your definition of exactly what a conspiracy is.
"In politics, conspiracy is the norm, not the exception" Ed Griffin.
etu Brutea (apologies in advance- my Latin fails me) but you get the point.

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