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Radiojones
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Masons 2B1ASK1





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Jimbeaux
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That is because he was uncertain. The last person to whole heartedly believe in the agents/ county clubs if you will, killed himself last summer.

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I miss Colin so much. What an amazing, intelligent, spiritual person he was.


Wait a sec, did Colin actually kill himself?






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Y.A. Tittle
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here's the thing. since these small groups control so much...who would they end up competing with? each other

these super groups would eventually cannibalize themselves


They're all in cahoots, silly.






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TigerinATL
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who would they end up competing with? each other


That's why I don't buy into the specific conspiracy theories, it would require a level of cooperation that seems unlikely.

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these super groups would eventually cannibalize themselves


And others would rise up to take their place. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.






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FT
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Wait a sec, did Colin actually kill himself?

Yes, he and I were friends.






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SlowFlowPro
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And others would rise up to take their place. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.

i agree this is theoretically possible, but it doesn't fit the narratives






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GumboPot
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Yes, he and I were friends.


He seemed like a good kid. It makes me sad that he left us the way he did.






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HappyTownTiger
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I believe it.





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CptBengal
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the illuminati is bs.

Bilderberg is some scary shite.






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Jimbeaux
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Yes, he and I were friends.


Whoa. I'm very sorry to hear that. I enjoyed his posts very much. Even though there was much unintended humor, he seemed like a sincere person and very kind hearted.

I'm sorry for your loss. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul rest in peace.






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TigerinATL
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i agree this is theoretically possible, but it doesn't fit the narratives



I said the conspiracies are crazy speculation. What does fit though is that we're all human. The average American not giving a shite about old ladies going blind making cheaper rugs or people committing suicide at iPhone factories is the same as the super wealthy not giving a shite about all the "little people" that get hurt or killed to get them what they want.

People in power will do what it takes to grow/maintain their power. If there is an angle to all these conspiracy theories that is true, it is that the publicly elected officials are more beholden to the back room power brokers than the people.






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Zach
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Don't forget the Papacy. I heard a guy on Coast to Coast claim that Jesus, Mary and Joseph's last name is purposely kept from the public by the Catholic Church.
Their last name was Berg, which means Bear in some ancient language.
What is the new Pope's last name?
Bergoglio
Coincidence? No way. He's a direct descendant of Jesus.






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TigerFanatic99
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Don't forget the Papacy. I heard a guy on Coast to Coast claim that Jesus, Mary and Joseph's last name is purposely kept from the public by the Catholic Church.
Their last name was Berg, which means Bear in some ancient language.
What is the new Pope's last name?
Bergoglio
Coincidence? No way. He's a direct descendant of Jesus.




ETA: Jesus, the original bear jew.



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GREENHEAD22
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Believe in the Bilderberg, the other is bs, no real power. The Bilderbergs have shaped our history and continue to. They are the reason China is what they are today.





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La Place Mike
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did Colin actually kill himself?
Did he really? Kind of strange the resident conspiracy theorist commits suicide.






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IceTiger
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Two major groups east/west...

The smaller groups and functional offices are currently choosing sides...

The east is gaining power due to the immorality of some of the western groups actions...so the west is doing what they can against the turncoats... see Cyprus stories right now...







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GhostofJackson
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So Alex Jones says Bilderberg Group is sinister...imagine that. Jones is a fruitcake.


It pisses me off that Drudge links Jones now, which means I have to worry that Drudge is no longer a viable source of info. Jones pretends to be a righteous paleo-liberal but he is as slanted as Hannity or Beck. I feel he willingly misrepresents the truth to make money.

With that being said, there is no conspiracy as far as political power. Since the beginning of organized society, power has revolved around a ruling elite. Revolutions just transfer power from one group of elites to another. Almost every society worth mentioning had a ruling class that organized the structure of their culture. There definitely are people or groups who would do horrible things to others to hold that power. I don't understand why people think that contemporary man is different than man thousands of year ago. Power corrupts.






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Decatur
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So Alex Jones says Bilderberg Group is sinister...imagine that. Jones is a fruitcake.


Rand Paul on the Bilderberg Group at 1:40

Interviewer: "Do you know anything about the Bilderberg Group?'

Rand Paul: "Only what I've learned from Alex Jones."







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Choctaw
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So Alex Jones says Bilderberg Group is sinister...imagine that. Jones is a fruitcake.


i'd hate to go through life with his mindset






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inadaze
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So Alex Jones says Bilderberg Group is sinister...imagine that. Jones is a fruitcake.


I think Alex really tries to be as honest as he can. In my view, there is an issue with his methodology. If the information leads him really close to a conclusion, but not all the way, he will go ahead and take that leap of faith over the information gap.

So, I think he really believes in everything he is talking about. My issue is with belief itself. I like the way Carl Jung explains it. He starts talking about belief at about 1:30.

With that said, I do enjoy listening to Jones' show.






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