Posts Tagged ‘Jesse Ventura’
George Ure writes:
If an informed reader has any memory at all, the adventure of the ‘disappearance” of South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford and his re-emergence after admitting to an affair in Argentina, brings into focus a very interesting question. Are we seeing another application of what in the alphabet agency/spy business is called a “honey pot” operation?
If I were looking at one of my computer reference books like Head First Design Patterns, I’d have to at least ask the question am I seeing a dandy way for the PTB to put those who get in the way of the globalist agenda to single out and destroy opposition? Why, it’d be far more efficient than assassination or disappearances, although there’s enough wet-work to bring those along, too, in one remembers Dr. David Kelly and those missing microbiologists, but that’s a whole different branch of the global railroad.
Either there’s a class of politician that is so smart in politics as to make it into high office, yet dumb enough that along comes a good looking woman and they wander off following their pechusezelwhackers (* it’s an old fire house term analogous to “Johnson”) in a testosterone fog OR if you want to get a hot affair going, all you need to do is be in a position to challenge the PTB paradigm and hotties will be sent in to take you down…and then…er…take you down.
I have to wonder if Sanford even had an affair. I suspect he was taken away for a little come-to-Jesus meeting after refusing to take Obama’s stolen bribe money.
You may recall how the CIA threatened Jesse Ventura after he became Governor of Minnesota against their will.
Via The State of Truth:
Jesse Ventura, the former governor of Minnesota, ex Navy Seal Vietnam Veteran, Demolition Expert and an avid spokesperson for 911 Truth.
The governor takes on a swarm of media in the footage below for about 30 minutes. This is a pretty intense interview!
Posted in 2008 elections, grassroots, ideology, libertarian, Police State, politics, Republican Party, Republicans, Ron Paul, tagged Aimee Allen, Anthony Gregory, Barry Goldwater Jr., Bob Barr, Butler Shaffer, Campaign for Liberty, convention, David Weigel, Doug Wead, Ernie Hancock, Jesse Ventura, Jimmie Vaughan, McCain, Minneapolis, Rally for the Republic, Reason, RNC on September 3, 2008| 13 Comments »
Wow! What a good time the Rally for the Republic was. I arrived on Saturday to do some pre-rally exploring and found the local police-state to be overwhelming, yet friendly. It was the kind of thing you were warned existed only in evil countries such as the Soviet Union when you were growing up. Yet here it was, on the streets of Minneapolis in the United States of Amerika. Cops dressed in military costumes everywhere you looked and in very large numbers. Creepy.
Monday I ran into libertarian greats such as Angela Keaton and Anthony Gregory. We had lunch and some beers prior to attending the Celebration in Blaine. Good music was heard with Aimee Allen being the highlight of the night with her Ron Paul song. I suspect a good 1,000 – 2,000 were in attendance despite the very odd location. The neocon rag Reason was represented by the human rat himself, David Weigel. He was right in front of me talking to Angela when I wanted to blurt out: “Hey Weigel, are you here to trash Ron Paul again?”. Sure enough: here, here and here.
The after party was held back in Minneapolis at Clubhouse Jäger owned by a Ron Paul supporter. Steve Dore played and hundreds of Ron Paul supporters packed in. I stayed until about 1am hoping Ron Paul would show, but didn’t. I did have the honor of speaking with the founder of the Revolution, Ernie Hancock. Great guy. Butler Shaffer was there as well, although I didn’t get a chance to meet him.
Ventura On Hannity & Colmes Debating 9/11