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The Global Conspiracy

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Date: Wednesday - September 17, 2008
Host: George Noory
Guests: David Icke, Debbie Reynolds, Gerald Celente

Author and lecturer David Icke returned for a discussion on his work revealing the Global Conspiracy. "Fear is the four letter word that controls the world," he said, outlining how an elite transnational group at the top of a pyramid of control, secretly pulls the strings. The current economic crisis with various bank and company failures allows the elite to further centralize their power, and quicken the rate of globalization, he commented.

Icke believes these global elite, who come from ancient bloodlines, seek to create a world central bank, a single electronic currency, and a microchipped population they can control. He described the scenario as like a gigantic virtual reality computer game, with the elite themselves ultimately controlled by a "disembodied consciousness."

The period leading up to 2012 could be a crucial time, with an enormous vibrational change taking place, he said. People have the potential to wake up, fend off their enslavement, and realize that the few cannot control the many, Icke declared.

Economy Update

Appearing during the first half-hour, trends analyst Gerald Celente commented on the economy. The worst is yet to come, with the failure of giant retailers, banks, consumer product companies, and commercial real estate, he warned.

Debbie Reynolds

During the latter-half of the first hour, actress Debbie Reynolds joined George to chat about her career and her work with the Thalians charitable organization. Among her favorite film roles were the The Unsinkable Molly Brown and How the West Was Won. She currently tours the country with her stage show Simply Ballroom.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Wednesday September 17, 2008

  • War
    Edwin Starr