Howard Stern - Jesse Ventura Interview - 7/29/2008

Clips of Jesse Ventura's in studio appearance on the Howard Stern show Tuesday which relate to 9/11.

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Wow, I actually enjoyed listening to the Howard Stern show for once. Howard's still having a hard time waking up from the dream but his cohorts sound like they are starting to. I have never enjoyed a Howard Stern show and this was the first time. They actually talked about something of importance and helped to inform the audience. Jesse did a great job, This is great news for 911 truth as lots of truth seeds got planted in the public! I think Howard is really starting to think about 911 and is having a hard time understanding and believing elements in our government could do such a thing. We should send him some historical false flag references to help him reach reality. He may not come on board publicly but you never know.

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In Stern's Position He Must Play It Safe

Having Ventura on a second time in a brief time span and then allowing the talk to get into 9/11 tells me that Stern knows
but must publicly remain agnostic. I did a 40 minute interview with a local talk radio host Tunde Obazee
( ) a couple of months ago after convincing
him and his wife with DVDs. We talked beforehand and he said he would play the advocate. He was careful not to say he was a believer
but then allowed me to say anything and everything the time would allow. Following my 40 minutes he went on tell about Richard Gage's
"Blueprint for Truth'" and AE9/11Truth for the remainder of the hour. Six weeks later he gave Jason Bermas an entire hour to do the same.

This interview was great for getting the word out to so many. This gives us quite a boost
I've never been a listener to Howard Stern but know many who are.

How big is his audience?

Thank you Howard Stern and Jesse Ventura

This TIME article from 2005 says 12 million,8599,1141769,00.html

Howard Stern calls himself the King of All Media, but in his three decades of radio broadcasting he has also earned a more dubious crown: the King of All Fines. Stern, who hosted his last FM-radio show on Friday, has cost stations that carry his program nearly $3 million in FCC penalties for indecency. He didn�t help his cause when in 1992 he infamously declared on the air that he hoped the prostate cancer of an FCC commissioner would spread through his body. �When I get angry and really fired up... I will say vicious things,� he told 60 Minutes recently, allowing that now, at 51, he might not be so cavalier. But part of Stern�s lure for the estimated 12 million Americans who tune in to his show has always been seeing how far he�d go

This article says 8 million:

So how much will SIRI-XM pay to keep Stern? This will truly be interesting. Stern made an estimated $30 million at CBS, which loved to talk about his 8 million-odd listeners on the radio. But at Sirius, Stern's listener numbers are treated like a state secret. Does he have a million subscribers? 2 million? A combined SIRI-XM will have about 20 million subscribers. How many are there because of Stern? In a few years, we'll find out.

I agree

Howard did not interrupt while Ventura was blasting away at the official story.

Jesse did a great job. And to Howard: thanks for letting Jesse do it.

Great Stuff!!!

This is great stuff for us truthers and our movement. Weather you love him or hate him, Howard is doing us a great favor. He has a huge following and you couldn't buy better exposure. I am surprised they let it air. ................."Down with the NWO"

Jesse "The Brain" Ventura - first Stern appearance

Tuesday May 21, 2008

Jason Bermas joins Alex Jones to report on Jesse Ventura's appearance on Howard Stern's radio program. They listen to the clip and comment.

Pentagon Hacker is a 9/11 Truther...

British UFO Hacker Gary McKinnon is Coming to America
By Kevin Poulsen July 30, 2008 | 3:33:03 PMCategories: Crime

Threat Level extends its warmest welcome to hacker Gary McKinnon, who just lost his extradition appeal to the UK's highest court and will soon be pressing his search for extraterrestrial life from the confines of a U.S. detention facility.

Federal prosecutors in New Jersey and Virginia have been trying to extradite the 42-year-old Londoner for six years to put him on trial for penetrating over 90 unclassified Pentagon systems in 2001 and 2002 -- and allegedly crashing some of them. In interviews, McKinnon has admitted the hacking spree (though not the damage), which he says was a search for evidence of a military UFO cover-up.

Apparently he was stoned through a lot of it, which explains why most of the intrusions were into Army computers, when everyone knows the Air Force is hiding the UFOs. McKinnon's noble quest for the truth about extraterrestrial life also obliged him to leave this message on an Army computer in 2002: "US foreign policy is akin to government-sponsored terrorism these days ... It was not a mistake that there was a huge security stand down on September 11 last year ... I am SOLO. I will continue to disrupt at the highest levels."

McKinnon is a cause célèbre in the UK. Playing on stereotypes, he's persuaded the more gullible sectors of the British press that American spooks want to ship him to Guantanamo, or put him in prison for 60 years. But McKinnon is a petulant child who refused even the mildest sanctions for crimes that he's largely admitted conducting.

According to his lawyers, the U.S. offered McKinnon a deal of six months to a year in U.S. federal custody, followed by repatriation by to the UK, where he'd be eligible for parole after six months. McKinnon turned it down, then went running to the UK courts whining that the big bad Americans were trying to extort him into pleading guilty. Duh. That's what a plea bargain is, slick.

And six to 12 months is quite a bargain indeed. It's minimum security camp time: we're talking ping-pong tables and a sunny running track. Now he's looking at the same kind of time U.S hackers get -- measured in years, not months, and based on the financial losses a jury finds him responsible for.

The House of Lords on Wednesday said it was troubled by some aspects of the plea negotiations -- such wheeling and dealing over a defendant's fate is alien to the U.K. -- but it upheld McKinnon's extradition order. The hacker now vows to take his case to the European Court of Human Rights, which surely has nothing better to do.

Exactly what would vote this

Exactly why this would be voted down is beyond me. This individual perpatrated what is considered the single most evasive successful attack on Pentagon computers. Certainly he is probably more intelligent then 90% of the general public. Perhaps his 9/11 standdown comment was based on information that he saw in the Pentagon computers (obviously didn't find out anything about UFO's).

And...In addition his comment was published in numerous versions of this story in numerous papers around the globe and in the US. The fact that this statement was CHOSEN to be published shows a growing openness of the media to hint that the 9/11 offical story in not perfect..

This was the best Ventura appearance on Stern's show yet.

Howard and the crew are coming around. Jesse was well received. This is big. Thanks to Howard for having the courage to be real.

update on the stern saga

I tuned it to the replay of today's show and heard them discussing Jesse Ventura's appearance. What a difference 24 hours can make. They read letters from listeners who were calling Ventura names. Other listeners said they liked him until he started talking about his views on 911. Fred was discounting Ventura saying he may have been a demolitions person, but he wasn't a metallurgist etc.. I think one letter was pro Ventura, suggesting that Howard give him his own show, but I don't believe that emailer mentioned the 911 stuff. Then Howard stated that he liked Jesse Ventura, but wasn't on board with his views of 911.

All in all, the discussion was anti 911 Truth.

What could have happened in that 24 hour period. Could Howard have been pulled aside by Mel Karmizen or Doug Goodstein, or possibly the people at XM, who Sirius just merged with? Could being pro 911 Truth be detrimental to the success of the show? Could being pro 911 cause the powers that be to come down on the show in some way.

Something sure happened.

What the fuck Howard?

Thanks for the sorry update

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Could this be the reason Howard Crawfished?

Herbert Wachtell, NY lawyer, represented Howard Stern as a co-counsel in a breach of contract suit bought by Stern's previous employer, CBS, following his move to Sirius.

Here is the page that mentions that he represented Howard Stern/Sirius and also talks about his work on the Silverstein insurance, double indemnity case:


Larry Silverstein is Herb Wachtell's oldest friend. They met as teen-agers, at New York City's High School of Music & Art, where they both played piano. At New York University, both played in the band, Silverstein on drums and Wachtell on clarinet. They stayed close enough over the years that Silverstein had dinner at Wachtell's house the Friday before Sept. 11. Silverstein didn't use Wachtell Lipton as his regular lawyers -- Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and Stroock & Stroock & Lavan routinely represented him -- but when he split from his business partner (and brother-in-law), Wachtell and his partners negotiated the breakup.

Here is the source page for the info about Wachtell's and Silverstein's friendship:

Excellent research ROBinDallas

I think that explains it.

This is an interesting paragraph:

Willis Group Holdings Limited is a giant insurance broker, specializing in coverage for big commercial properties. Even by Willis standards, though, the World Trade Center insurance program was huge. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which finished building the complex in 1972, carried only $1.5 billion (per occurrence) in coverage on all of its buildings, which, in addition to the Trade Center, included the three New York City area airports. Silverstein's lenders insisted on more coverage, first demanding $2.3 billion, then $3.2 billion, and then, right before the lease deal closed, $3.55 billion. The lead Willis broker on the insurance placement, Timothy Boyd, and his team hustled in June and July to satisfy the lenders, contacting carriers in the United States, Europe and Bermuda to place coverage. Willis distributed to many, but not all, of the carriers underwriting packets that featured not only the risk analysis documentation on the World Trade Center, but also a 37-page sample property insurance policy that Willis had developed, a form called the WilProp 2000. The WilProp form included a specific definition of occurrence, one designed to minimize deductibles for policyholders: "all losses or damage that are attributable directly or indirectly to one cause or to one series of similar causes."

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typo correction

In the third paragraph of my second post titled: "Update On The Stern Saga"

it should read:

Could being Pro 911 TRUTH cause the powers that be to come down on the show in some way.

I left out the word Truth.

Still . . . the words were said . . . some will research

tone of follow up show is not suprising

Does Ventura have his dates wrong?

I believe the "Rebuilding America's Defenses" document was published in 1999 or 2000. He says 1992.

Regardless, way to go Jesse.

The Wolfowitz...

Doctrine was written in 1992. Clean Break was written in 1996. PNAC's "Statement of Principles" was written in 1997. "Rebuilding America's Defense," the document Jesse was talking about, was published in September 2000. One year prior to the 9/11 attacks.

Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

Not off by much

Though, if I understand it correctly, the '92 document did much to articulate the basic outlook which was later expressed in 'Rebuilding America's Defenses' in 2000. So Ventura's error here is only a slight one.

Thanks for the clarification/expansion Jon and rm.

Now I know more!

Jesse's a great 9/11 truth ambassador. I often get frustrated in determining the best way to lay out the line of questioning, and he did a nice job of it here. I appreciate his overall stance as well.

Terrific Interview!

Thanks for posting this. I've never enjoyed Stern before!