Jesse Ventura Conspiracy Theory New Episode 11/26/2012 last 4mins cut on live t.v,

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posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 05:36 PM
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Tried to find the episode online but no dice until tomorrow probably. Conspiracy Theory Season 3 Episode 1 was horrible and made Jesse look like a prick so Im kind of thrown off of it. The second episode was more believable yet the demonstrations were meh. Oh and the third episode was a joke.
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posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 05:51 PM
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I found it hard to get into the new episodes because of its fake-looking reality show format. (I know they probably wouldn't have been able to air them otherwise, but still.) There's less meaty research too. Anyway, I hope this newest episode comes online soon. I'm holding out for something exciting, like the ones about Area 51 and the Bilderberg group.
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posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 06:01 PM
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Why don't you tell us all the real story then? Shouting "Wake up people" isn't constructive at all.



posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 06:19 PM
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thanks for the thread,...

just checked my DVR to see if it recorded,... and no it didn't,.. just like last week
checked the scheduled recordings and it's still there and says ready to record next week

WTF,... Jesse Ventura is being censored by my effing DVR



posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 07:26 PM
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I have the last 4 minutes on my DVR. It's playing fine and they drive into the entrance of the underground facility under that giant complex. It has roads big enough for 2 lanes of 18 Wheelers. It is 50 million square feet underground and climate controlled. It has railroad tracks, warehouses for food and data, offices, manufacturing, underground farming, crude oil storage. It was pretty impressive. They drive out and Jesse goes into his closing statements on the NWO. Definitely seems like the higher ups are more prepared than we could have imagined.

Feel free to ask any questions it's on my DVR so I am willing to share since it was cut off for so many.
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posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 07:55 PM
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Listen up, members.

J. Ventura is not telling you everything. Does he identify the place he is at about six seconds into the vid that Enochwasright posted? No. But my wife and I both know where this is, for we have been there. I have been inside. I drove right into the underground complex in an ordinary car with some friends. We were not questioned, we were not challenged, we were not stopped. It was just like being on any public street, except that it was underground, and the scenery sucked.

This is what Mr Ventura does not tell you: Do you see those things that look like tilted tree trunks over the entrances? Those are flag poles, for the place is not some super-secret site, but an International Trade Zone. Do you see the bridge in the background? I have driven across it many times - it is the eastern loop of I-435. Getting warm yet? To the left of the parking lot in the middle of the view is Missouri Highway 210. The place is between the Missouri River and Worlds of Fun, east of North Kansas City...and Ventura had you going didn't he???!

I grew up in the KC metro, and I KNOW what I am talking about. BTW, the site is owned by the Hunt Brothers...



posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 07:59 PM
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Originally posted by LLCCLL
Here is a complex that looks very much like the shows facility. The site is called Sub Tropolis. Here is the site.

www.huntmidwest.com...


BINGO!



posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 08:03 PM
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Aaawwwwweeee man! I was hoping it would turn out to be something more cool or something with real conspiracy significance. But then I have to snap back to reality, and you helped me with that. Thank you!



posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 08:19 PM
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What makes you the expert? Are you an inner circle of the Illuminate? I didn't think so. It is people like you who know nothing understand nothing that go around shooting of your mouth. False general statements make you the fraud.



posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 08:22 PM
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Originally posted by deathproof
Interesting. Cover-up? Or is Jesse Ventura really full of sh!t?


Lock in "B", Eddie.



posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 11:44 PM
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It all played for me. And I watched it as it played.



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 12:32 AM
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Originally posted by EnochWasRight
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You can't find the full episode online yet.




Here Mr Ventura says, quote"I'm always hearing about the illuminati, I am still waiting for somebody to nail em down"

FAIL: Mr Ventura can nail em down with an interview with his buddy Arnold Swartzenegger.



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 04:15 AM
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I think Jesse is great but the show is a scripted nonsense and faker than a porn stars breasts.

Sorry but it is, if people are looking for credible info then DON'T watch Conspiracy Theory, you won't find any.

Every one in the show has lines, the meeting are scripted, the meetings with so secret advisor's are scripted, The show is simply classed as entertainment, have you yet seen him unearth anything or worth, no, in fact its so sad now that they used the death of a man as a conspiracy in the death ray episode, he didn't die from a death ray, he died from a heart attack from banging a girl a quarter of his age while being clearly unfit.

I have time for Jesse but the show should be classed as the WWE of Conspiracy shows..Ie entertaining (ish) but totally fake.



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 04:45 AM
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Originally posted by kyrebelyell2004
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In relevance to your experience, I think it was simply network lag, perhaps by weather, that caused the problem or simply a malfunction with DVR. I have watched the episode, and that picture is shown, not hidden, in the episode. The troubling question I seem to be concerned about is, why was S3E7 being aired on an off-date. As most know, the season is currently at S3E3 and airs on Wednesdays, now Mondays? Why the sudden change for episode 7?


Yes, I was really irritated by the change in schedule. The first episodes of this season were being aired on Wednesday at 11pm.

According to the TruTV schedule guide, new episodes of this season's Conspiracy Theory are supposed to be aired on Wednesday at 10 pm.

Why show this episode on Monday at 11 pm? And then again on Tuesday at 3 am? There's no warning posted on the show's page of the change in schedule.

The TruTV schedule does NOT list this show for Wednesday (Nov 28) tonight at all.

It's supposed to air again on Sunday (Dec 2) at 12 noon.

It's like the CT viewers are being jerked around on purpose. Really annoying.



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 05:03 AM
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Originally posted by rollsthepaul
Jesse Ventura is Illuminati. They understand that you cannot be completely in control, unless you control your opposition, so they create the opposition. Guys like Alex Jones, David Wilcock, David Icke, Drake and many others are there to draw in the fringe, who think they are getting the inside story. It is all BS and sucks you into following red herrings. Wake up people.


It is NOT all BS. Ventura is NOT Illuminati (as in being a member of the inner circle of the Elite).

Some are convinced that David Icke is disinfo. I'm not a fan of Wilcock.

I think these people (Alex Jones, etc.) have bits & pieces of the larger puzzle, but their theories should NOT be swallowed whole. If the Elite were threatened by them, they would be dead by now and their books/videos, etc. destroyed.

People outside the Inner Circle do NOT have the whole picture. We can only guess by piecing together what can be seen.

I think Jesse Ventura is basically honest in his distrust of the Establishment. He knows we are lied to.

As for these lame shows touching on fringe topics like Icke's Reptilians and Time Travel, they are only useful in introducing the conspiracy novice to some general ideas.

The Death Ray episode was more substantial and actually worth watching.



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 05:24 AM
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Originally posted by Lazarus Short
Listen up, members.

J. Ventura is not telling you everything. Does he identify the place he is at about six seconds into the vid that Enochwasright posted? No. But my wife and I both know where this is, for we have been there. I have been inside. I drove right into the underground complex in an ordinary car with some friends. We were not questioned, we were not challenged, we were not stopped. It was just like being on any public street, except that it was underground, and the scenery sucked.

This is what Mr Ventura does not tell you: Do you see those things that look like tilted tree trunks over the entrances? Those are flag poles, for the place is not some super-secret site, but an International Trade Zone. Do you see the bridge in the background? I have driven across it many times - it is the eastern loop of I-435. Getting warm yet? To the left of the parking lot in the middle of the view is Missouri Highway 210. The place is between the Missouri River and Worlds of Fun, east of North Kansas City...and Ventura had you going didn't he???!

I grew up in the KC metro, and I KNOW what I am talking about. BTW, the site is owned by the Hunt Brothers...


Very good. But do you think that if someone tried to film the real entrances, that would be allowed?

No, I don't think so.

Not only would filming NOT be allowed, but by revealing that they KNOW (where the real entrances are) would jeopardize the safety of the entire crew -- anyone connected to the show.

So they film what they can film for the show -- something that could pass for a "secret" cave entrance to the average viewer.

This show is a DRAMATIZATION of some conspiracy theories with guest appearances by genuine members of the conspiracy community (Alex Jones, etc.).

People need to use some common sense.

If Ventura & his crew ever got too close to the real story, it would never air -- except by accident. (I'm thinking of when Glenn Beck aired that expose of the Federal Reserve on TV and then his show was cancelled right after that.)



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 05:27 AM
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It's curious indeed, but the big question I'd like answered is why was S3E7 aired and not S3E4?



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 05:33 AM
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Originally posted by Mclaneinc
I think Jesse is great but the show is a scripted nonsense and faker than a porn stars breasts.

Sorry but it is, if people are looking for credible info then DON'T watch Conspiracy Theory, you won't find any.

Every one in the show has lines, the meeting are scripted, the meetings with so secret advisor's are scripted, The show is simply classed as entertainment, have you yet seen him unearth anything or worth, no, in fact its so sad now that they used the death of a man as a conspiracy in the death ray episode, he didn't die from a death ray, he died from a heart attack from banging a girl a quarter of his age while being clearly unfit.

I have time for Jesse but the show should be classed as the WWE of Conspiracy shows..Ie entertaining (ish) but totally fake.


Yes, it's scripted (a lot of "reality" shows are). As I said before, the show is a DRAMATIZATION of certain conspiracy theories.

But I have to disagree with you: the show is NOT devoid of any credible info or "anything of worth."

What the show does is expose viewers to ideas that are out-of-the-mainstream box. I'm glad the show exists, if only to get some ideas & facts out to the average couch potato.



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 05:38 AM
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Originally posted by kyrebelyell2004
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It's curious indeed, but the big question I'd like answered is why was S3E7 aired and not S3E4?


What were the topics of these episodes?

Maybe they got too close to the truth?



posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 07:38 AM
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Originally posted by tehdouglas
Tried to find the episode online but no dice until tomorrow probably. Conspiracy Theory Season 3 Episode 1 was horrible and made Jesse look like a prick so Im kind of thrown off of it. The second episode was more believable yet the demonstrations were meh. Oh and the third episode was a joke.
edit on 27-11-2012 by tehdouglas because: (no reason given)


Was episode 1 the reptilian agenda one? If so, then I agree 100%. He was completely dismissing the theory as complete bull and was reluctant to even cover it despite it being one of the most popular conspiracies as of now. Then, when he was interviewing people he was rather rude and dismissive of them without even hearing half the story.

I find it funny that he played off David Ike as a credible source in his episode on the bilderburgs, yet he completely attacked him on the reptilian one. So Ike can be used as a valid source on one episode and made out to be a scamming nut on another? Consistency Jesse... Consistency.

Not to mention that he brought up how much money Ike makes as a typical character assassination technique. how much money do you make Jesse? Also, you could clearly tell he was unfairly editing what Ike was saying and making him out to seem flustered. I bet the unedited version made Jesse look like a complete moron compared to Ike. That and Jesse was rocking, you can tell he is nervous when he does that. Also, he used Alex Jones as a source, and he makes more money than Ike.

Oh btw, I don't believe in reptilians, just thought that Jesse should approach each conspiracy with the utmost objectivity. Instead, he tried to gain credibility by dismissing this theory. Who should you believe? The guy on National TV, or the guy almost nobody in the "mainstream world" knows about?





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