Tuesday May 21, 2008
Huge new development! . . .
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.
(25 Minutes - 5 Meg)
Alex Jones Infowars
(This is by far the best interview I have heard with Jesse Ventura)
"This is the ONE interview of former Governor Jesse Ventura which stands out from his Corporate Media battles; herein the ex-Governor is welcomed and given a forum uninterrupted by corporate advertisements. Jesse "the Mind" engages in a fluid and thought-provoking discussion; proving that our best potential candidates for President are still waiting for the American Public to recognize the inconsistencies in economic and foreign policies which are eroding the very fabric of what we love about America. Support Jesse Ventura for President"
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.
Jesse Ventura Discusses Politics Part 1-5
I love Alex Jones, Jack Blood, and a whole bunch of other truthcasters, but Meria is more of a role model for me because...well, she's FUNNY as well as deeply serious. When I grow up I want to be as cool as her.
She's usually pay-to-listen, but right now she's offering a free sample broadcast of her interview with Jesse Ventura:
(If you missed my interview with Jesse Ventura, it's at:
April 18, 2008
ST. PAUL - Republican Norm Coleman is discounting the possibility of Jesse Ventura entering the race for U.S. Senate, as the former third-party Minnesota governor has suggested during his book tour.
During a Minnesota Public Radio call-in show Friday, Coleman blew off the notion Ventura would take him on. Coleman said Ventura is merely trying to sell books.
He said Minnesota voters would look at a Ventura candidacy differently this time around.
"We've seen that movie," he said. "I do not think the box office for the sequel would be very large."
Hi everyone, I was in a crowded place tonight and saw a clip of Jesse Ventura on Fox News. Unless this was a snippet from his H&C appearance, this might be a new one worthy of someone posting if they captured it. A few moments later I saw Geraldo on screen so it might have been his show.
Ludicrous Hit Piece Attacks Ventura On WTC Collapse Comments
Radio host spews outright falsehoods, cites discredited reports to smear former Governor
Jesse Ventura Schools Dopey & Insanthony on 9/11
Ventura’s 9/11 Questions Break Through Mainstream Media Dam
Jesse ‘The Mind’ Defends Questions About Towers’ Telling Collapse on Hannity & Colmes and National Talk Radio Programs: "How can two planes bring down three buildings?"
Aaron Dykes / Jones Report | April 8, 2008
Former Governor Jesse Ventura broke through enemy lines yesterday, exposing major inconsistencies with the official 9/11 story and holding his own against some of mainstream media’s most disingenuous hosts, including Fox News’ Sean Hannity and Opie & Anthony from XM Satellite radio.
Ventura’s notoriety as a fiercely independent upstart may have kept Hannity, for one, from playing his usual dirty tricks.
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Former Governor Ventura,
It's time to team up with Willie Nelson, Daniel Sunjata etc and hold some serious PUBLIC EVENTS DEMANDING A NEW INVESTIGATION.
Last Thursday, Richard Greene of Air America's Clout played an extended portion of the Alex Jones Jesse Ventura clip on his show. Yes, Alex Jones was featured on Air America Radio. Pigs were flying. My educated guess is that this probably is not welcome at AA headquarters which recently silenced Randi Rhodes for her comments about Hillary Clinton. Richard is walking the walk for 9/11 truth.
(24 Minutes - 7 Meg)
Jesse Ventura was one of my first political idols early in the decade. I was casually browsing Borders' in Cleveland, and the hard-back first edition of his book "Do I Stand Alone?" was on the $5 shelf. Taking it to the cafe and reading it, I could not put it down, so I purchased it. (The original edition was on sale because it was pre-election2000, and the paperback edition is updated to after the Bush inauguration.) Anyway, 9/11 was what turned me on to current events in general, and although I had put faith in the Bush administration for a little while right after the attacks, my gut skepticism in the honesty of our current government was beginning to surface, though I did not become a Truther in the MIHOP sense until 2005. But three years earlier, Ventura taught me what the Founding Fathers meant in so many instances, and raised so many other important issues in his prose, that I sorely wished that he would run for President, which he never did but doesn't rule out in the future; by the way, I'm awaiting an Amazon delivery of his latest book, "Don't Start the Revolution Without Me."
Sunday April 6, 2008
Jesse Ventura talks with Kevin Barrett on Truth Jihad Radio
(18 Minutes - 3 Meg)
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Jesse Ventura tells Alex Jones that he could kick himself for believing the official 9/11 story at first and wishes he would have raised more questions, questions that still haven't been answered to his satisfaction
(20 Min - 6.3 Meg)
Powerhouse Radio Lineup: Steve Alten, Lynn Margulis, Richard Falk, Carolyn Baker...Griffin & Ventura on Deck
This is as good as 9/11 truth radio gets!
Tomorrow, Friday 3/21 I'll be talking with Steve Alten, author of The Shell Game. We'll discuss our respective encounters with neocon media, including Steve's run-in with Jim Bohanon http://www.911blogger.com/node/14248 and my own with Hannity and Colmes, recently analyzed at http://www.911blogger.com/node/14398 4-6 pm CT, http://www.gcnlive.com Network 4 call-in 866-582-9933
Saturday, 3/22 National Medal of Science winner Lynn Margulis http://www.mujca.com/margulis.htm comes back for an encore. Lynn is one of the most important minds on the planet. Along with James Lovelock she brought us the Gaia hypothesis of a homeostatic biosphere, and among evolutionary biologists she is one of the biggest names, and THE most prestigious challenger to neo-Darwinian orthodoxy. She's also a terrific writer and a fearless 9/11 truth-teller! 6-8 pm CT, http://www.republicbroadcasting.org call-in 800-313-9443
In a sit-down video interview recorded on Monday night, former Minnesota Governor, pro-wrestling star and actor Jesse Ventura told radio host Alex Jones he found it very disturbing in light of what happened on 9/11 that the U.S. government had once planned to "attack certain cities within the United States," as a pretext for war.
Ventura was in Texas doing media events in support of independent Texas gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman. In this explosive interview Ventura sounds off on a number of controversial subjects and the direction in which America is heading.
"In the early sixties the Pentagon had an operation called Operation Northwoods and it never came to reality but it was on the table that our military would attack certain cities within the United States and make it look like Cuba did it to justify an invasion of Cuba," said Ventura.
"It never happened but just the simple fact that they contemplated it and it was actually on the table in the Pentagon I find that just very disturbing - that they would even consider using our military to try to justify an invasion of another country."
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones/Prison Planet.com | September 26 2006
Former Minnesota Governor, actor and wrestling star Jesse Ventura has publicly questioned the official version of events behind 9/11 and gone further than ever before in citing Operation Northwoods and the Gulf of Tonkin as examples of how the government has planned and carried out staged war provocations in the past.
Ventura has temporarily left his Baja Mexico surfing lifestyle to lend support to Texas gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman. At a press conference yesterday Ventura said that the Republicans and Democrats were "destroying our country" and its political process. Sporting a beard and dreadlocks, the former Vietnam veteran also criticized the Iraq war.
Alex Jones and his film crew were able to set up a last minute interview with Ventura at a San Antonio restaurant after his appearance before a packed house at the University of Texas.
Ventura first stated that he had many unanswered questions about 9/11. The former Governor cited Operation Northwoods, a 1963 Joint Chiefs of Staff plan to stage terror attacks and kill American citizens to start a war with Cuba, as an example of how the U.S. government wanted to kill its own people and blame it on foreign enemies to justify war. Ventura found it painful, having dutifully served himself, that elements within the government would go to such barbaric and deceitful lengths to con its own populace into supporting militarism.