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Preserving Freedom

Date: 11-07-11
Host: George Noory
Guests: Alex Jones, Daniel Durda

Alternative media activist Alex Jones shared his personal history, and how he became consumed with exposing the forces controlling world events, and working to preserve personal freedoms. Growing up in Texas, he witnessed corruption (by members of the police force) at an early age. He became an avid history student, and while still in high school, he started recognizing anti-gun, anti-family, globalist indoctrination. He said his college in Austin was pro-world government..."a eugenics, transhumanist...total scientific dictatorship domination program." After observing such events as Waco and Oklahoma City, he took to the airwaves, first on public access TV, then on radio and the web. Timothy McVeigh was a patsy similar to Oswald, he added.

"I never intended to try to be in the media, I wanted to work outside," said Jones, but as he learned of the "total political takeover," and "New World Order brainwashing," he felt he had to warn people. What drives him is his quest for liberty, freedom, and fair play. "My goal is for us to learn from history and have a freer, libertarian, constitutional society," he explained. We are at a huge crossroads right now, and rather than the "greedy and hateful Illuminati" controlling human destiny, "I want to empower the better aspects of humanity, and really see how far we can go," he stated.

Regarding the TSA's invasive pat downs and X-ray machines, he believes they are part of a plan "to break our will, and to train us that we have absolutely zero rights, zero liberties, and that the government any time it wants can pull you over, or come into your house without a warrant." Jones announced that in addition to his radio show, he is now hosting Info Wars Nightly News, a live video news program covering the day's headlines, with unscripted analysis.

Near Earth Asteroid

First hour guest, planetary scientist Daniel Durda talked about an asteroid passing near Earth on November 8th. It's the size of a small mountain or city block, and we'll learn a lot more about its shape and rotation as radar is bounced against it, he detailed. While this object is close, the asteroid Apophis will pass significantly closer to Earth in 2029, he noted.

News segment guests: Douglas Hagmann, Richard C. Hoagland, Stephen Bassett

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