Jade Helm 15

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Jade Helm 15

About the show

Author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed why many people are concerned about Jade Helm 15 - a special forces training exercise scheduled to take place during nighttime hours this summer across seven southwestern and southern states. The plan is unprecedented in the history of the military, given its scope and time frame, he noted. Specific groups of citizens such as conspiracy theorists, tax protesters, militia, 2nd Amendment supporters, US veterans, constitutionalists, Christians, and survivalists have at times been categorized as terrorists, and could be targeted for disarmament in the exercise, with the state of Texas a particular focus, he indicated.

While the government has continued to deny any sinister agenda for Jade Helm, "you can't deny the YouTube videos of literally hundreds of thousands of pieces of artillery being moved and strategically positioned through the country," he remarked. Quayle asserted that this prepositioning of military and materials across the US is in anticipation of a "triggered financial event," in which the dollar crashes or credit cards won't work and people begin rioting.

He believes there's a cover-up of the approach of a Planet X-type body into our orbital plane, and according to one of his sources that by late spring of 2016, every volcano will erupt, and there'll be global pandemonium. His source further suggested that Jade Helm could be a population reduction plan in advance of the Planet X situation, in which resources will be limited. Quayle also discussed his continued research into ancient giants, and the archaeological cover-up of giant bones, as well as his new documentary film series, True Legends.

Surviving Abuse

First hour guest, speaker and life coach Laurie Calzada talked about surviving child abuse. From a young age, she was victimized by both her mother and her uncle, but as an adult she wasn't able to acknowledge the incidents to herself until she reached her late 30s. The first step to overcoming the abuse is to admit what's happened, and then change what you can change, which means stop blaming the perpetrator and start healing yourself, she outlined. Make a plan for what you want your life to be 3 years, 5 years, and 10 years down the road and then write it down, visualize it, and begin making the steps to get there, she advised.

News segment guests: Charles R. Smith, Peter Davenport

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