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Government Sponsored Terrorism

In the first half, spokesperson on the health dangers of genetically modified foods, Jeffrey Smith, talked about the battlefronts on the war for GMOs including the fight over glyphosate in Europe, and the DARK Act which concerns GMO labeling.

In the latter half, paranormal investigator and demonologist Andrea Mesich described working with cases of demonic possession and infestation, as well as commented on the current state of paranormal research.

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Government Sponsored Terrorism

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Date: Tuesday - December 12, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Alex Jones, Andrew Colarik

Documentary filmmaker and political researcher Alex Jones shared examples of Government/New World Order sponsorship of terrorism, including what he calls the "inside job" that occurred on 9/11.
Jones discussed the suspected murder of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, who died on Nov. 23 after exposure to the radioactive substance polonium 210. He suggested President Vladimir Putin may be responsible. Jones also talked about the worthlessness of diamonds, the North American Union, and the plunging US dollar.

Identity Theft

In the first hour, George welcomed author and consultant Andrew Colarik, who discussed computer security issues.

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Bumper music from Tuesday December 12, 2006

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