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Police State Agenda

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Police State Agenda

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Date: Thursday - March 11, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Alex Jones, Richard C. Hoagland

"I don't have an axe to grind," but rather "I just want the truth," said filmmaker and radio host Alex Jones. He chronicled his infiltration into the Bohemian Grove, where he covertly videotaped hundreds of the world's elite power players enjoying what Jones characterized as an occult ritual. Called the "Cremation of Care Ceremony," it featured the theatricalized death of an effigy in front of a huge stone owl, he said.

Jones believes the Bohemian Grove ritual offers a window into the psyche of these power players, who are enacting the discarding of their conscience, "while they dominate us." The Bohemian Grove includes members from the Skull & Bones, which Jones described as an "interrelated generational cult." The agenda of an even more elite group above the Bohemian Grove is to use more terror attacks "to scare us into the next level of submission," he said. For more, check out a clip from Jones' footage of Bohemian Grove rituals.

Citing various news stories posted on his website, Jones suggested that it's possible after the next terrorist act in the US that the constitution will be set aside in favor of a military rule, and citizens' rights and freedoms would be alarmingly curtailed in the ensuing Police State. Further, he noted that three concentration camps capable of housing one million people each have been proposed to be built in the US, and would be used to hold anyone deemed to be an enemy of the state. "It's a nightmare," said Jones, "but it's invigorating to stand up and fight it."

Crinoid Fossil

First hour guest, Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission commented on what he called the Crinoid 'Fossil', which was photographed on Mars, and shares similarities in its details to terrestrial fossils. Hoagland also expressed concerns that the Cassini mission may fly too close to the rings of Saturn, because NASA doesn't understand "hyperdimensional physics."

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Bumper music from Thursday March 11, 2004

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