Saturday, May 17, 2014

Here is my latest Alex Jones interview


  1. What the future portends:
    Noah Webster:
    "[L]et it be impressed on your mind that God commands you to choose for rulers just men who will rule in the fear of God. The preservation of a republican government depends on the faithful discharge of this duty; if the citizens neglect their duty and place unprincipled men in office, the government will soon be corrupted; laws will be made, not for the public good, so much as for selfish or local purposes; corrupt or incompetent men will be appointed to execute; the public revenues will be squandered on unworthy men; and the rights of the citizens will be violated or disregarded. If a republican government fails to secure public prosperity and happiness, it must be because the citizens neglect the Divine commands and elect bad men to make and administer the laws (1832,

    1. What the CLINTONS have wrought upon our country with the full aiding & abetting of the Bush crime family ( MENA Arkansas : compromised: Bush, Clinton & the CIA by a Terry Reed)
      Watch & move it forward:

  2. Hey Dr. Pieczenik, you cant say the F word on the Alex Jones Show. People will get cut off because it is open air.
    Hey, I got a question. I don't know anything about geo politics, or what is going on in the world regarding cyper warfare, corruption and secret shenanigans. I am not an educated abrupt shining light in this system of ours. I am like your average Walmart shopper, sadly.
    What do you think about over population? 6 billion and growing is a pretty scary number. That many people on this little miserable planet has to contribute too war, poverty, terrorism etc.. Any comments about that? Sure would like your insight. Thank you..

    1. Dr. P and I have many things in common including the penchant to use that word.

      I guess it's an MIT thing,

  3. Just so you know I was enlisted and active duty in the Air Force during 9/11 and it was a trip to say the least. Scary stuff. I would love to get into all of that, but I think for the lack of a better question is the subject of " over population. "
    I just want to hear your thoughts on that. Whether you believe that is a cause of great concern.
    I think it is, too many people in traffic. Course, I live in Montana..

    1. I can answer that!

      There isn't enough water for all the people who are crowding the cities of the southwest.

      In Texas, California and New Mexico, etc. we are not running out of water, or don't have enough rain...

      The problem is we've never used so much before.

      And as for too many people in the rest of the world there's no doubt.

      The middle east, Africa, south asia, Latin America....

      These people are breeding endlessly and there's not enough of anything for them.

      With enough time we'll run out of everything we need and what will all those extra assholes have given us?

      I mean what the hell is going on here?

      I'm tired of hearing pro-lifers say that the fetus you kill today might become the Einstein of tomorrow...

      More likely he'll become the Charles Manson of tomorrow because in both cases they were unwanted.

      I will pay for anyone's abortion of an unwanted child.

  4. Sunday New York Post
    Inside the 9/11 museum’s offensive gift shop
    By Susan EdelmanMay 18, 2014 | 4:54am
    The museum at Ground Zero tells the dark story of the 9/11 terror attacks with spectacular artifacts and exhibits. It pays heart-wrenching tribute to the innocents and heroes killed that day.

    It also has a gift shop.

    The 9/11 museum’s cavernous boutique offers a vast array of souvenir goods. For example: FDNY, NYPD and Port Authority Police T-shirts ($22) and caps ($19.95); earrings molded from leaves and blossoms of downtown trees ($20 to $68); cop and firefighter charms by Pandora and other jewelers ($65); “United We Stand” blankets.

    There are bracelets, bowls, buttons, mugs, mousepads, magnets, key chains, flags, pins, stuffed animals, toy firetrucks, cellphone cases, tote bags, books and DVDs.

  5. 12-12-12 AND SANDY HOOK, OR WHY 12-14-12?

    Why didn't Sandy Hook take place on the iconic date of 12-12-12? Who has a crazed lone-nut shooter operate on 12-14-12? has done amazing work on Sandy Hook and published "Sandy Hook Calendar:Corrections, Connections & Cognitions" on May 9th. From the comments:

    "What do you think swan…. Was it supposed to be 12/12? Were some outlets given different dates for a certain reason…?"

    "ive thought for a while now the perps wanted that sweet 12/12/12 date but something delayed the party. 12/14 doesnt have that perfect ring to it…"

    "Funny you should mention that, Zurn. I was wondering the same thing. 12/12/12 would have been perfect. What may have set back the timeline, I wonder?"

    Why didn't Sandy Hook take place on 12-12-12? What happened on that date?

    12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief, held at New York City's Madison Square Garden, broadcast on Bloomberg TV.

    There is no way you want to have your lone-nut no-motive Asperger's shooter kill 26 people on the morning of 12-12-12. It would ruin everything for the big Hurricane Sandy benefit in Bloomberg's New York City. So they moved it two days!

    Adam Lanza's Social Security Death Index record was dated 12-13-12. A Newtown Bee report on the massacre has a cached date of 12-13-12. That 12-12-12 concert must have thrown everything off!

    Just how many times can this guy get away with it? He's President of the United States. He appointed these people.This is his job. Instead, it's the old "I just learned about this when I read it in the newspaper, and boy, am I mad!

    No, no, don't impeach him. He's doing such a fine job. It's not his fault. It's someone else's fault, and he's mad!

    AOL News
    Top aide says Obama 'madder than hell' about veterans allegations
    May 18th 2014 6:52PM
    (Reuters) - White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough said President Barack Obama is "madder than hell" about possible deadly healthcare delays at the Department of Veterans Affairs and is determined to investigate and fix any flaws in the system.

    "We're going to get to the bottom of those things, fix them and ensure that they don't happen again," McDonough said on CBS's "Face the Nation" in an interview aired on Sunday.

    The allegations that delays in treatment at veterans hospitals could have led to otherwise preventable deaths has sparked a growing political scandal, including calls for the resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki.

    A top department official, Undersecretary of Health Dr. Robert Petzel, resigned on Friday in a move critics said was an effort at damage control. But McDonough sidestepped questions about whether Shinseki had Obama's full confidence.

  7. Andrew McCarthy weighs in:

  8. Alex Jones on Edward SNOWDEN admission:
    "I think Pieczenik's got something here."