Mark Dice on The Infowarrior: What drives the Illuminati?

[Warning: some pretty heavy stuff — the way it really is at the ‘top’ — or at the bottom!]

“Plato had this interesting idea of philosopher-kings, where he believed that certain people with hyper-enlightenment would be able to rule over the masses and would know better than the people.” – Mark Dice

• New disinfo movie: Angels & Demons

• The real Aleister Crowley

• John D. Rockefeller’s right-hand man

• Why the sexual rituals?

• Jason asks: “Why are the Jews always blamed?”

[youtube=]Mark Dice on THE INFOWARRIOR with Jason Bermas (HD) 1/4:
Exposing The Illuminati!!


Mark Dice’s new 415 page book, The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction separates and analyzes the various claims and evidence about the Illuminati, their history, beliefs, members, organizations, and activities. This is a supplement for Mark’s previous book, The Resistance Manifesto, which focuses more on the New World Order, the 9/11 attacks, Big Brother, and how the political agendas of the elite are fulfilling Bible prophecy. Continue reading “Mark Dice on The Infowarrior: What drives the Illuminati?”

Dr. Stan Interviews Robert Wilcox, “Target: Patton—The Plot to Assassinate General George S. Patton”

I’ve been hoping for this. Dr. Stanley Monteith is a war historian, par excellence, who sleuths out the story behind the story, and gets to the bottom of this very telling event with passionate, investigative author, Robert Wilcox in this one-hour interview.

Knowing the answer, Dr. Stan asks Robert why this book isn’t getting more national exposure.


Radio Liberty archives

Date: 01-12-09
Hour: a – 1 hr.
3:00: Ted Anderson – Financial Update
Hour: b – 1 hr.
4:00: Bob Chapman – The Economy & World Events
Hour: c – 2 hrs.
8:00: Robert Wilcox – The Death of Gen. Patton
9:00: Jennifer Lahl – Use of Stem Cells

Related: Had Only America Known: U.S. & Russian Intelligence Assassinated General Patton, Who Wanted to Free Eastern Europe Before Coming Home

Congress Wants Steel Pennies As In WWII

From: CNN

Further evidence that times are tough: It now costs more than a penny to make a penny. And the cost of a nickel is more than 7½ cents.

Surging prices for copper, zinc and nickel have some in Congress trying to bring back the steel-made pennies of World War II and maybe using steel for nickels, as well. …

The proposals are alternatives to what many consider a more pragmatic, but politically impossible solution to the penny problem: getting rid of the penny altogether.

“People still want pennies, which is why we’re still making them,” Moy said.

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