Kurt Nimmo
Truth News
June 13, 2008

On Friday’s Alex Jones Show, San Diego 9/11 truth activist Mark Dice related additional details on the death threat issued against him by nationally-syndicated radio talk show host and the adopted son of former president Ronald Reagan, Michael Reagan. Dice has filed a report with the FBI and is considering legal action against Reagan, who called for Dice to be shot as a traitor for daring to launch a campaign to send DVDs and materials about the September 11, 2001, inside job to the troops in Iraq, activity protected under the First Amendment, which Reagan obviously has nothing but contempt for.

“Excuse me folks, I’m going to say this,” Reagan said (see video). “We ought to find the people who are doing this, take them out and shoot them. Really. You take them out, they are traitors to this country, and shoot them. You have a problem with that? Deal with it. You shoot them. You call them traitors, that’s what they are, and you shoot them dead. I’ll pay for the bullets.” Reagan made the threat Tuesday, June 10th, during the second hour of his radio program.

By saying he will “pay for the bullets,” Reagan crossed over the line from admittedly reprehensible political commentary and made a direct and illegal threat against Mark Dice. This was not a mistake, as Reagan bills himself as a “Republican strategist,” that is to say a neocon strategist, and the neocons are anxious to deal with the growing influence of the 9/11 truth and patriot movements.

Obviously, Reagan’s “strategy” is to have those he disagrees with murdered, or inspire others to do so. Several influential neocons have done likewise in the recent past, from MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, who suggested tasering 9/11 truth activists and rendering them to “special” detention centers, to Fox’s Brian Kilmead who wants dissidents beaten for the crime confronting politicians. On at least two occasions, Fox News talking head Geraldo Rivera characterized 9/11 truth activists as “anarchists” and on one occasion went so far as to suggest the bombing of a military recruiting center in Times Square was the work of truth activists.

In response to Reagan’s “strategic” and terroristic comments, Mark Dice has promised to pursue complaints with the FBI and FCC, as well as possibly engage in legal action against the neocon talk show host.

If you’d like to send a message that we will not tolerate this sort of thuggish behavior, consider filing complaints:

File a complaint with the FCC here: http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/cgb/fcc475B.cfm. The more complaints the FCC receives, the more likely they will be to do something in response.

Reagan is syndicated by Radio America — call or send them an email: Affiliate Relations: 703-302-1000 (press 2 or dial ext 250) or 800-807-4703 (press 2 or dial ext. 250), or you may choose to write something up and fax it: the number is 571-480-4140.

He is also carried by XM satellite radio. Corporate Phone Numbers: Phone: 202-380-4000 or fax: 202-380-4500. XM also has a toll free number: 800-XM-RADIO (800-967-2346).

Reagan is represented by Shawn Hanks at Premiere Speakers Bureau. Call Mr. Hanks and voice your displeasure with his client and tell him you will boycott his speaking engagements: (615) 261-4000 x 1011.

Mike has an email form on his web page: http://www.reagan.com/contact.cfm

Please remember to be polite, professional, and civil when contacting these people. The idea is to get Mike Reagan released from his radio syndication contract, or preferably fired due to FCC and corporate pressure in response to his advocacy of murder. Cursing at the person on the other end of the phone will be counter-productive, as they will write us off as cranks and nut cases. Remember, the point is to put pressure on Reagan and the best way to do that is to act in a responsible and professional manner.

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