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EAS: Total Media Kill Switch & More – Infowars Nightly News
November 9, 2011
In tonight’s Wednesday, November 9, 2011 broadcast of the Infowars Nightly News, Alex Jones will address the launch of the nationally-coordinated Emergency Alert System takeover, which was tested earlier today on radio and television. The feds admittedly aim to expand these forced-alerts to mobile phones and the Internet as well.
Also in the news is open talk of Ron Paul running for president in the Libertarian Party. Jesse Ventura has also been discussed as a possible candidate or running mate, if called upon by the only 3rd party mechanism with wide ballot access.
Alex will further cover the disgusting human experimentation taking place in Africa where big pharma companies like Pfizer, numerous universities and Rockefeller-spurned groups like the Population Council are openly engaged in ‘non-consensual’ testing and “research” on uninformed individuals from countries without adequate protections.
In alarming border news, SWAT teams were dispatched as a gun battle with gunmen and Mexican police unfolded at a ranch near Escobares on the U.S. side of the border. Alex will also elaborate on the Homeland Security-coordinated deployment of “smart” street lights equipped with covert surveillance technology and hooked into DHS emergency alert systems. A Charlotte-based Homeland Security official quipped that “you would never know” if Big Sis was watching through the street light system.
One time Libertarian Party Presidential nominee Michael Badnarik will also join Alex to discuss the long battle for liberty, the prospects of Ron Paul and/or Jesse Ventura running for president in 2012 within the Libertarian Party, the Occupy Wall Street movement, new assaults on privacy and the Bill of Rights and much more.
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