Thursday, June 28, 2012

I am not sure if either of the stories below are real or not. I don't put a whole lot of faith in Alex Jones, but I'll let you decide. They could be. And with the insane, crazy thinking that our leaders have been displaying, nothing surprises me any more. But before that, let's start with a little humor to lighten things up. I found this little tidbit in the comments at the same sight I found the video. He's really got a good sense of humor. And that's what is needed in these days and times. So, let's lighten up and laugh a little. Then we'll get serious . . . 

You may have noticed time speed has doubled during last few weeks . . .

I think you're right . . . I watched 60 minutes last night and it only took half an hour!

If this keeps up, I'm going to have to go to bed yesterday just so i don't wake up before I go to sleep!

This call is from the Sunday, June 24th broadcast of the Alex Jones radio show. Jones announced that he only wanted to take calls from members of the military or police. A man identifying himself as a police officer named 'Jim' called in to report some startling information.

"We have been told that in October we need to be prepared for an event that will require us to use air and ground support, in conjunction with the military here." During the call Jim comes across as passionate, sincere, and very shaken by the information he tries to share. After the commercial break, Jim gets choked up as he tries to convey his appreciation for what Alex Jones has tried to do in terms of waking people up in the effort to save the Republic from the clutches of the forces seeking to destroy it. Now, nearly in tears, Jim concludes by saying "This country's dead Alex. It's gone", before unexpectedly hanging up.

Alex talks with Lee Hazeldean, a pseudonym for an undercover journalist who has blown the lid off the police state security arrangements put in place for the 2012 Olympics in London.

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