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Date: Friday - January 28, 2005
Host: George Noory
Guests: Alex Jones, Robert Felix

Filmmaker and radio host Alex Jones joined George Noory live in the studio at KLBJ in Austin, TX. Their conversation included discussions about the cashless society control-grid, national ID cards, and the globalists' agenda.

Jones said our government's goal is to bring about a police state by "creating the crisis, scaring the people, [and] offering the solution." He went on to suggest that if the globalists get their way, 80% of the world's population will be killed by the controlled release of plagues in the next 20 years. The 20 to 500 million people allowed to live will be forcibly drugged, Jones warned.

Jones believes we are moving closer to what he calls the cashless society control-grid, which will allow the government and other interests to keep tabs on what we buy and where we go. He cited children submitting to a thumbscan in order to get their school lunches as an example, and proposed that with such a system the government could "turn off" one's ability to purchase goods and services.

Jones also talked about the apparent suicide of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Gary Webb, as well as the mysterious deaths of microbiologists around the country. "It's impossible" that these are random murders or accidental deaths, Jones concluded.

Ice Age Update

Researcher Robert Felix appeared in the first hour to talk about the next ice age, which he believes has already begun. According to Felix, ice ages are caused by "ocean warming" and occur like clockwork every 11,500 years. He pointed to recent record snowfalls and cold temperatures in the U.S. and around the globe, as well as expanding glaciers as the beginning stages of a new ice age. Felix said ice ages usually last for about 5,000 years.

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