Show Info 2-10-2015 – News, Guests Gerald Celente & Jamie Hanshaw
News and Guests
First Hour Guest
At the bottom of the first hour, JD is joined by Gerald Celente for a brief update on the state of the worlds economy in the wake of the Greek election, continuing commodity manipulations and the global urge to un-peg from the petro-dollar.
Gerald Celente, a pioneer trend strategist, founded the Trends Research Institute in 1980. He is the author of the national bestseller Trends 2000 and Trend Tracking: Far Better than Megatrends (Warner Books), and publisher of the internationally distributed quarterly Trends Journal.
For more than three decades, Celente has built his reputation as a fearless teller of the truth, an accurate forecaster and an analyst whose expertise crosses many arenas, from economics to politics, from health to science, and more. Most important, Celente is a pure political atheist. Unencumbered by political dogma, rigid ideology or conventional wisdom, Celente—whose motto is “think for yourself”—observes and analyzes the current events forming future trends, seeing them for what they are – not as what he’d like them to be.
In the final analysis, it’s about the quality, frequency and accuracy of the forecasts Celente has made. He earned his reputation as “The most trusted name in trends” by accurately forecasting hundreds of social, business, consumer, environmental, economic, political, entertainment, and technology trends.
Full Bio: https://redpillreports.com/guests/gerald-celente/
Second Hour Guest
Jamie was under the weather today, and couldn’t join us. She will be rescheduled soon.
In the second hour, JD is joined by author and researcher Jamie Hanshaw to further discuss her research into MK Ultra programs like the Monarch program centering around the enforcement and creation of culture through children working in the entertainment industry for companies like Disney.
Jamie is a second generation conspiracy theorist. Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s she was exposed very early to the growing world of truth seekers, alternative historians, Clinton scandals, FEMA activities and witchcraft in Saturday morning cartoons.
Jamie, with co-writer Freeman, is compiling all of this information into a fully illustrated, well-referenced compendium of the occult mind pattern programming of Hollywood and the Mainstream media in their new book, Weird Stuff Operation: Culture Creation.
Full Bio: https://redpillreports.com/guests/jamie-hanshaw/
Book: Weird Stuff [Color Edition]: Operation: Culture Creation (Volume 1)
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First Hour News with JD
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Le Pen says Washington attempting to start ‘war in Europe’
North Korea flaunts its ‘cutting-edge’ missiles
Huge explosion at chemical factory in Donetsk
Obama & Merkel ‘Agree’: No Prospect Of “Military Solution” In Ukraine
Obama sets up hotline for illegals to snitch on feds
New documents show the FBI spied on ‘notorious negro’ writers for decades
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Science & Technology
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Indiana Proposes Yet Another GMO Labeling Bill for Food Freedoms
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Weird, Funny & Good News
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