Alex Jones – WhatReallyHappened — Latest NEWS!
The Alex Jones Show, Monday – May 9, 2011:
Alex returns, (from his brief sabatical) to talk about how, the government is exploiting (government Perported) ‘terrorism’ fears, in the wake of the supposed assassination of Usama bin Laden, to further expand the police state control grid across America. He also talks with, Dr. Russell Blaylock, retired (board certified) neurosurgeon and author, about how to protect your family from increased radiation, following the ON-GOING Fukushima disaster, as well as the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease, (now approaching epidemic proportions). Alex also covers the latest NWO news, and takes calls. (Go HERE, For The Whole Program!)
WhatReallyHappened, Monday – May 9, 2011: Hr-1, Hr-2
Obama: “We Could Not Say Definitively That Bin Laden Was There'” — Brown admits he was fooled by fake pictures of bin Laden body, — Usama Bin Laden: Pakistan’s scepticism over videos, — Sen. Dianne Feinstein Opposes Release of bin Laden Photos, — White House Panics – orders media to convince America they don’t want to see the Bin Laden death photos, — Sadly for CNN, Bin Laden Death Benefits Run Out Soon, — Obama Throws A Tantrum, — Media sets about ridiculing any Bin Laden story other than the official fable.
Abbottabad Residents: Killing Bin Laden Operation, a Hoax
An eyewitness of Pakistan said, “We are not fools, it’s America, and the dirty American policies. Whenever they want to take control of an area, they act this way. Osama was never here, America wants to destroy the image of the Pakistan army.” Pakistan president Asif ali Zardari has denied that Pakistan knew about Osama’s presence in the country … Those who live close to this compound, say bin Laden was never in that house.
“I am free, no matter what rules surround me …
If I find them tolerable, I tolerate them;
if I find them too obnoxious, I break them.
I am free because I know that I alone,
am morally responsible for everything I do.”
— Professor Bernardo de la Paz,
(‘The Moon is a Harsh Mistress,’ by Robert Heinlien)