I caught a couple of episodes of Jesse Ventura's conspiracy theory show. It's pretty scary stuff-What do you think?
"I caught a couple of episodes of Jesse Ventura's conspiracy theory show. It's pretty scary stuff-What do you think?"
I try and not concern myself with what someone who was paid to roll around with other men wearing tights thinks.
And its very simple to do.
Sometimes I wish the Trilateral Commission would just come and take Jesse away to their secret island lair.
Scary...if it is real! But...then I believe we haven't been getting the truth on many things...for a long time.
i like it but theres still stuff he cant show on air!
Just another comedy show on TV. If anyone believes anything he is selling, please contact me, I have a bridge and a swamp I'm trying to move.
One day he might have an accident, like a car crash, sudden lethal food poisoning, or some maniac might shoot him accidently among some other people. People who create conspiracy do not want it to be revealed. No way. But one the other hand some people just love to live dangerously.
Honestly, the way things are going in this country, I am not surprised. I think we are in for the shock of our lives if we don't believe what he showed in his videos, I also agree that he may have put his life in danger to make people aware of what is REALLY happening.
Start storing food, medical supplies, etc. . . THINGS ARE GOING TO GO DOWNHILL FAST, DON'T BE CAUGHT WITH YOUR PANTS DOWN!
Even my 81 yr old mother believes this stuff, she heard it on talk radio in NY (not Jesse Ventura) and she is concerned. Stockpiling food, (dehydrated too not just canned, and make sure you have enough for AT LEAST 3 MONTHS) saving cash, investing in Gold/Silver.
Look at it this way, and this could happen, what would you do, how would you provide food and water etc. . . for your family if there were a natural disaster or man made disaster? If the President went on TV tonight and said there would be Marshall Law and no one could leave their home for the next 30 days, would you really be prepared?
I don't know what he's selling, I don't watch 'reality' shows.
If it's the stockpiling things, wasn't that the big thing back in the early 80's?
What you need to start to understand anything is a open mind.Next pick it apart piece by piece without prejudice.Finally ask yourself "Who Benefits?" Google these; Operation Mockingbird,Operation Northwoods, and Gulf of Tonkin.These were admitted ,do you think they just stoped cold turkey? Lastly look up,Project for a New American Century and UN Agenda 21.That should keep you busy for a while
His new book is shocking "63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read," he is one man that is standing up for the people of the US. You can laugh all you want he is telling all,except most Americans just let it roll and let the government stick it where it hurts then complain about it. Those will be he first ones sent to motherRussia.us to bail this country out. Find out the hard way yep that's the kind of people that give a crap
I think it's important to keep an open mind, research everything including your own findings, the correct pieces will fall in place just like putting together a jigsaw puzzle. And yes when you see the puzzle put together it is quite scary.
I think I read that his show won't be back. Whether or not you believe any of it, I believe we should all keep open minds and think for ourselves. Not the popular thing to do here anymore.
I've said it before and I'll say it again - open your mind a little bitty bit and do some research for yourself. I would be more afraid to just blindly believe everything we're told.
All he does is take a few facts and stretches them to lead the weakminded down the path they are inclined to take. Sure some of the things he starts out with have happened in one form or another, but he is selling his show and if he were to postulate reality, he'd would never have sold it in the first place. People want to believe in fantasy, look at all the ghost shows on tv, all the werewolf and vampire shows and movies, the shows about aliens. If people worried more about reality than fantasy projected by some fringe tv host, we could solve a lot more problems in the real world.
WE THE PEOPLE...don't know what's really going on, 'sub-rosa," in the clandestine, backrooms of those who "control!"
Who knows whether he's right or wrong?
He IS creating suspicion! Which I appreciate!
This is the first time in the history of man that a burgeoning human population, in itself, has become a problem.
The things we do know, are obvious:
1. The world is shrinking.
2. The human population is growing rapidly.
3. Corporations and religion rule.
4. Approx. 1/3 of the human population is illiterate.
5. The USA owes a debt it can't pay.
6. The USA has the 3rd or 4th highest financial deficit of all nations.
7. What effects 1 nation, effects all nations.
8. The human species is "fragmented" in culture, thought and belief to the point it cannot function in concert for its benefit.
9. Fear created by ignorance has engendered hate and revulsion for one another.
10.Population growth will, absolutely, add, negatively, to all the above.
11.The threat of nuclear anihilation looms overhead like the "Sword of Damocles."
...on and on and on and on and on....!!!!
My suggestion? Get'cher heads outa the sand and realize that all of the above is "fact" that bodes deadly for mankind!
Perhaps a little truth in all the hype. I'm thinking not much.
Mostly, it's Jesse's addiction to living in the drama.
Pro wrestler = drama. The mat addicted him.
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