DisinfoCast: 61: Jesse Ventura “DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans”

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Former Minnesota governor, one-time pro wrestler, Navy Special Operations veteran and actor Jesse Ventura joins the podcast to talk about his new book “DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government”. The drug wars, Nazis, fluoride, 9/11, the possible one world government of the future and much more is discussed along the way.

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  • echar

    Great show. I appreciate Jesse Ventura.

    • Matt Staggs

      Interesting and very entertaining guy. It was hard to get any words in edgewise, but I enjoyed him even when I didn’t agree with what he had to say.

      • echar

        I noticed, but it adds to the experience this time. I think. I mean it’s Ventura, he ain’t got time to bleed. lol

  • Jimmy Crack Corn

    i’d like to see him on JRE please

    • Matt Staggs

      Hey Jimmy, Ventura doesn’t fly commercial and doesn’t come to LA. Joe does in-studio interviews. Herein lies the rub.

      • disinfofan

        bummer I had the same thought

      • disinfofan

        come to think of it, I’d take vacation time to drive him up to LA from Mexico if I could get his contact info just to meet both of them.

      • Jimmy Crack Corn

        Probably for the best, many politicians who question the system seem to end up dead in plane crashes

  • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

    Listening now.

  • BuzzCoastin

    it’s seems Jessie is aiming his talk to those
    who still sorta buy into the whole Homeland democracy farce
    which would be the vast majority of Homelanders

    I can’t say that I disagree with his talking pionts
    but I can’t say I hold out much hope for change either

  • disinfofan

    he got a little defensive when gun control came up but you worked through his combative conversational technique very well Matt. well done and would love to hear more of him. very privileged access to info he’s had in his life.

    • Matt Staggs

      Sadly, our time was very short.

  • Aveil

    Well, I used to think Ventura was a reasonable person, who just asked hard questions and didn’t jump on the “official story” bandwagon w/out first examining that story. But now that he’s said that oil wasn’t created from fossils, he’s lost all credibility with me. He even says, “why is there oil in Saudi Arabia, nothing lives there.” How can he be so ignorant? Nothing much lives there now, but 100 million years ago it was completely different, with lush forests & an amazing diversity of animal & plant life. If oil wasn’t a finite resource–which we are quickly depleting–why would we be using Canadian tar-sands oil? That’s why the Keystone pipeline will carry! This stuff is so nasty and VERY difficult to refine, as the oil is mixed with sand, just as the name implies. If there were plenty of oil, why would we be invading countries to secure the last deposits of it?

    Wow, I’ve totally lost all respect for Ventura over this. This is not like 9/11, where thousands of legitimate questions need answering, and where the laws of physics need to be suspended in order for many portions of the official story to take place.
    It was real science, carried-out by multiple independent sources, that determined oil is the product of human & animal remains subjected to enormous pressures over an immense period of time; only the densest person would try to refute decades of scientific proof. It was the sudden death of thousands of dinosaurs that created the huge reserves of oil that have been found. These reserves should’ve lasted for centuries, but world population went from 1 billion to 6 billion over a couple hundred years due to the effect of oil upon agribusiness. The world now consumes 80 million barrels of oil per day, and China’s demand is growing exponentially. If they could simply synthesize oil, why would corporations spend millions of dollars on these huge drilling operations, like the off-shore rigs, which are not just incredibly expensive, but very dangerous to operate? If the Earth were replenishing the oil we take, then why did American oil production peak in the 1970s, just as scientist Hubbert predicted? And soon–if it’s not already happened–world production will peak, and after that it won’t be long until it’s gone, and the world will be change drastically.
    Ventura has just completely destroyed his credibility as someone capable of critical thinking, or even doing some simple research. Sad.

    • sudomac

      I can’t really take a hard stance on this issue, beings I haven’t took fossils and created oil from them in my lab yet. So I’m going to stay open on this issue. I just want to point out that your argument as to why we use Canadian Tar Sand oil has a large hole in it, OPEC. It seems to me OPEC is a cartel that colludes to keep oil prices higher than free market value. And so if it is profitable to get oil out of the tar sands, companies will still go after it. I live on the edge of the North Dakota Bakken Oil field, and none of the big players are here, (BP, Exxon, Shell, etc). I’m guessing they have cheaper/easier sources of oil. Though maybe not infinite sources!

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