Soros: Conspiracy Theories Are Thought Crimes – TSA Harasses Senator Rand Paul – A Lawsuit Challenging The NDAA
On the Tuesday edition of the ‘Infowars Nightly News, Alex welcomes Oglala Sioux activist, Russell Means to the show. Russell served as the first national director of the American Indian Movement (AIM) and became one of the organization’s best-known spokesman. Means was one of the Indian activists who in 1969, occupied San Francisco’s Alcatraz Island in a landmark AIM-led protest, that lasted 19 months. In 1973, he helped lead the AIM takeover of Wounded Knee. Both events brought worldwide attention to the injustices and deprivation faced by American Indians, (past and present). As an actor, Russell’s appeared in such films as;
“The Last of the Mohicans” & “Natural Born Killers.”
Total Federalization of Police — Under Homeland Security
(By Aaron Dykes @ Infowars.Com)
Mission Creep: DHS Agency Abandons Fighting Terrorism, Shifts to Hiring Police, Taking Over America. A new white paper presented to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, carves out an ‘evolving mission’ for Homeland ‘Security,’ that moves away from fighting ‘terrorism’ and towards growing a vast domestic intelligence apparatus, that will expand integration with local/state agencies and private-public partnerships,
(already underway, via regional ‘fusion centers’).
(Grab The Rest of This, (Not-So-Surprising) Story HERE!)
The Alex Jones’ Show: Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 On the Tuesday edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex talked with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, (author and Middle East expert) Chris Hedges, about his lawsuit challenging the legality of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which Obama signed on New Years Eve of 2011. Hedges is the author of; “The World As It Is: Dispatches on the Myth of Human Progress,” “Collateral Damage,” “American Fascists” and other titles. Alex also ran down the news, including the latest on the TSA’s harassment of Senator Rand Paul, as well as the call by Criminal Globalist, George Soros, (connected to Stanford scholar) to label “conspiracy theories” as thought crimes.