Jesse Ventura's Hypothetical Presidential Run Scenario (PLEASE LET THIS COME TRUE!!)
First, a spoiler alert if anyone is still reading Jesse Ventura's "Don't Start the Revolution Without Me." This is a book in which even though the entire thing is truly excellent, the real knockout fireworks are saved for the last few pages, the Epilogue. I feel obliged to reveal those contents in the hope that doing so might excite the rest of the movement as it has me.
Folks, remember that ultimately misguided faith 9/11 Truth had in Ron Paul, many believing he would "come out" in full only after getting elected? We don't need that wishful thinking with Jesse Ventura. He has already supported us in full, controlled demolition included. It's clear that from reading this book, part of him is itching to run but is weighing it against the issue of his wife's health (physical and mental) and other personal matters. In the epilogue of the book, he spells out a hypothetical scenario for a 2008 run as an independent, with Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
In this hypothetical run, he gets so popular with young people registering in record numbers that the NWO assassinates him; the book ends with Jesse in a coma. He also gives a hypothetical false flag attack with multiple bombs going off in multiple cities in order for Bush to declare martial law and try to suspend the elections.
If we could invest as much energy reaching out to this man as we did with Ron Paul, he might fall off the fence in the movement's favor.
Think about it, folks.
Oh and by the way: RFK Jr. and Ventura met in Mexico and discussed this scenario, so RFK Jr. gave Jesse full support for that part of the book.
Here are pages 305 - 312 of "Don't Start the Revolution Without Me!" I typed this all out myself because this prose is too important to not be widely known in the 9/11 Truth Movement. Enjoy the read!
Headline: VENTURA SAYS PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDACY IS "REAL"
March 2008: Before a raucous crowd at the twenty-fourth annual WrestleMania, former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura bolted onto the stage Saturday night to announce that what many believed to be a "stunt" has become a reality: He is running on a World Wrestling Entertainment independent ticket for the presidency of the United States.
Shoving WWE promoter Vince McMahon, Jr., off to the side of the ring, Ventura declared: "This is no joke, folks, this is real! We're going beyond corporate here! We need a man of the people to run this country, and set us back on the road our forefathers envisioned for this great country of ours!"
A gathering estimated at almost 70,000 erupted in the arena. Some booed the former ring "villain," but the majority seemed to be cheering Ventura. McMahon, who most suspected was behind an ongoing effort to achieve ballot access across the nation as a gimmick, stood silently sneering across the ring. At one point, he looked poised to charge Ventura, but was restrained by his handlers.
Ventura's surprise appearance followed a battle royal between wrestlers representing both himself and the 62-year-old McMahon, a match the referee awarded to the ex-governor's contingent. Former heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, seated at ringside, gave a thumbs-up to Ventura...: In the first major speech of his nascent presidential campaign, former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura said that setting a timetable for withdrawal of American troops from Iraq is not complicated. It should start happening the day the next president takes office. Which, he added, may well be him.
"In defiance of Congress, and against the will of the American people," Ventura said, "President Bush has continued to wage an illegal war in Iraq - a war launched under false pretenses that has now resulted in the deaths of more than six thousand American troops and more than one million Iraqi civilians..."
Ventura also pledged that, if elected, he will reopen investigations into the assassination of President Kennedy and the events surrounding the September 11th attacks. He added that he would also release all relevant information on the Iran-Contra affair, which was postponed by the current President Bush concerning the involvement of his father, George H. W. Bush.
Headline: VENTURA SPELLS OUT INDEPENDENT PLATFORM
May 2008: Describing himself as a libertarian with a small "l" - liberal on social issues, conservative on fiscal issues - ex-Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura today set forth an independent platform that included ending the "so-called war on drugs" by legalizing marijuana and bringing home all American troops from military bases around the world - "unless these countries want to compensate us for guarding their borders..."
Ventura also proposed radical changes in the nation's tax system, saying he would push for a constitutional amendment to replace the income tax with a national sales tax and "make the IRS the watchdog of the government, not the citizenry."
Headline: VENTURA CHALLENGES LEADING TWO-PARTY CONTENDERS TO DEBATE
June 2008: Claiming that the Republican and Democratic parties are "afraid of me" and unwilling to engage in presidential debates, popular former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura called upon the leading candidates themselves - Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama of the Democrats, John McCain and Mike Huckabee of the Republicans - to tell the American people why they prefer to "shut me out." In what he said comes down to "the liberals versus the ideologues and demagogues," Ventura stressed that he was a candidate "from the middle, which is in truth the majority in this country..."
Headline: AS TWO PARTY CONVENTIONS NEAR, MAVERICK INDEPENDENT VENTURA RISES IN POLLS
July 2008: With the Democratic and Republican conventions on the horizon - and, the primaries over, with an ex-president's wife and the ex-mayor of NYC poised to battle it out in November - the independent candidacy of former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura appears to be on the rise. In an ABC News / New York Times poll conducted over the weekend, many voters indicated they trust Ventura's blunt, outspoken honesty over the more status quo spokespeople from the two parties.
Now polling at 21 percent, despite having so far been kept on the sidelines during the candidates' debates, Ventura issued a statement that the latest numbers "clearly show that more and more Americans are sick and tired of men and women who need to raise millions simply to run for high office, and then become completely beholden to the big corporations and wealthy donors who make it possible for them."
While Ventura has so far raised less than a million dollars, a grassroots campaign has already managed to get his name onto the ballot in more than forty states...
Headline: ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR., LEAVES DEMOCRATIC PARTY, AGREES TO JOIN VENTURA AS RUNNING MATE
August 2008: In a move that stunned the political world, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., announced at a press conference that he is quitting the Democratic party. An attorney and leading environmental activist, and son of the senator who was assassinated on his way to the Democratic nomination in 1968, Kennedy said: "At a time of similar crisis, when our country was locked into the terrible quagmire of the Vietnam War, my father made the painful decision to challenge President Johnson for the presidency of the United States. Today, faced with a two-party system that appears unwilling to challenge President Bush over an increasingly desperate situation in Iraq and the Middle East, I find myself forced to make an equally painful choice."
With Jesse Ventura then joining him from the audience, Kennedy revealed that he has agreed to become the running mate of the former wrestler and Minnesota governor. "It is time to break the stranglehold of the two-party system," Ventura said. "We no longer have any choice, if our Republic is to survive in the way the founders had envisioned in 1776..."
Headline: VENTURA-KENNEDY TICKET SURGES IN POLLS
September 2008: With young people registering to vote in apparently record numbers, the "truth-telling ticket" of Jesse Ventura and RFK Jr. now stands at a near dead-heat with the candidacies of Clinton/Obama and McCain/Huckabee.
"We need a new American revolution!" Ventura told an enthusiastic crowd estimated at more than 50,000 students, at a rally outside the University of Michigan football stadium. Kennedy spoke simultaneously in Athens, Georgia, exhorting a similarly large crowd of students to fight for an alternative energy agenda - or face a catastrophic future due to global climate change...
Headline: OTHER CANDIDATES BACK DOWN, INVITE VENTURA AND KENNEDY TO JOIN DEBATES
October 2008: With less than a month to go before the November election, presidential and vice presidential candidates from the R and D parties announced that they have invited independents Jesse Ventura and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., to join in the final debate at mid-month.
While denying that public pressure bore any influence on their decision, each party headquarters has been besieged with thousands of e-mails and phone calls over the past month, urging American people be given an opportunity to see all of the leading contenders in action...
Headline: U.S. BOMBS ALLEGED NUCLEAR SITES IN IRAN
October 2008: In what President Bush called a "limited strike" aimed at eliminating Iran's nuclear weapons program, more than a hundred American fighter jets are bombarding specific targets in the Middle Easter nation with "bunker-busting" bombs.
While leading Democratic presidential candidates offered guarded support for the long-awaited U.S. military action, independent Jesse Ventura decried the U.S. attack as a violation of international law and "a suicidal course..."
Headline: PRESIDENT DECLARES MARTIAL LAW AFTER "IRANIAN TERROR BOMBS" GO OFF IN FIVE CITIES
October 2008: President Bush declared martial law across the United States on Tuesday, after what he called a "rain of terror," when explosion rocked entire blocks of five American cities. The bombs, which were not nuclear, killed a still-unknown number of citizens in New York, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles and Seattle. Initial estimates placed casualties at upwards of five thousand. The president said intelligence sources indicate that the attacks were orchestrated by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Command, a terrorist organization.
In announcing that immediate suspension of the Constitution was warranted, the president warned that American military forces as well as private contractors would have "shoot-to-kill" orders for people intent on violating nightly curfews. The president added that, in a time of unprecedented crisis for America, dissent could not be tolerated. Rallies in support of the president's new policy took place in fundamentalist Christian churches across the nation.
Although President Bush stopped short of canceling the elections scheduled in three weeks, it is widely believe that they will not take place if martial law remains in effect...
Headline: LEADING PROTESTERS TO WHITE HOUSE GATES, VENTURA IS SHOT BY LONE GUNMAN
Late October, 2008: Jesse Ventura, the renegade presidential candidate from Minnesota, was shot today as he led a throng of people estimated at close to 100,000 toward the gates of the White House. They were advancing on the heavily-guarded residence to protest President Bush's imposition of martial law, which has resulted in postponement of the forthcoming elections for the first time in U.S. history. Three shots rang out at 12:30 p.m., one missing the former Minnesota governor while two others lodged in his back and stomach.
While Ventura was rushed to Walter Reed Army Hospital, police captured a man who ran out from behind a fence at the nearby Executive Office Building. His weapon, a Mauser 66 sniper rifle, was found in the bushes. Identity of the assailant is still pending...
Headline: FORMER GOVERNOR CLINGING TO LIFE; OFFICIALS DENY SHOOTING PART OF WIDER PLOT
Early November 2008: While independent presidential candidate Jesse Ventura - in a coma for the fourth consecutive day - clung to life, with family members gathered at his bedside, a White House press spokesman denied mounting allegations that accused assassin Raul Santana was part of a wider plot.
Santana, being held without bail, is a Cuban exile said to be outraged by the former governor's "appeasing" stand toward lifting the economic boycott against Cuba while Fidel Castro remains alive. Ventura visited the island and met privately with Castro in 2002, his final year as Minnesota governor...
Last thing I remember, I was running for the door.
I had to find the passage back to the place I was before.
"Relax," said the night man, "We are programmed to receive.
You can check out any time you like, but you can
-"Hotel California," The Eagles