Alex Jones files a Lawsuit against Jeff Rense & More from YouTube

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Talking about YouTube – Alex Jones files a Lawsuit against Jeff Rense
civilian37
March 31, 2009

Alex Jones responds to slanderous and Libel charges of Jeff Rense, who’s website posted an article that claimed Alex Jones is a Zionist agent. As if that wasn’t enough, the Rense website later post… Alex Jones responds to slanderous and Libel charges of Jeff Rense, who’s website posted an article that claimed Alex Jones is a Zionist agent. As if that wasn’t enough, the Rense website later posted a video that claimed Alex Jones killed Bill Cooper!I won’t be listening to him anymore….bye Rense you FLAKE.Oh ya, by the way, Alex Jones has never lost a lawsuit, as far as I know.

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February 26, 2009

 

Steve Watson http://infowars.net Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009 CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul’s opening statement at the House Fin…

Steve Watson
http://infowars.net
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009

CNBC anchors were left dumbfounded and acted overtly cantankerous yesterday after Congressman Ron Paul’s opening statement at the House Financial Services Committee was broadcast live to an audience of millions.

CNBC went live to the House, clearly without knowing that the Texas Congressman had the initial Republican statement at the hearing of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.

After the Congressman spent two and a half minutes lecturing Bernanke on sound money principles, warning that the financial crisis cannot be solved by merely creating credit out of thin air, CNBC cut back to the studio.

Anchors Erin Burnett and Mark Haines were so perturbed by what they had just heard that they immediately cut to a commercial break: Haines: "This is not going as planned" Burnett: "No it is not"

Haines: "We were told that there would be a very limited number of opening statements, and it seems to be getting out of control." Burnett: "Heres what we forgot, everybody is taking this live, you know what that means? Why would they miss an opportunity for free air time?" Haines: "Were going to take a commercial break and get them out of the way, so that when something really substandard [he must mean substantial?] is happening, we dont have to interrupt them."

The Congressmans speech was powerful and eye opening:

This is the end of an era, said Paul, we cant reinflate the bubble.if we think that we can reinflate this bubble by artificially creating credit out of thin air and calling it capital, believe me we dont have a prayer of solving these problems – we have a total misunderstanding of what credit is versus capital.

Of course, in the eyes of the corporate media shills for the Fed, the Treasury, and Wall Street Pauls words were "out of control". How dare he speak such sense and actively question the logic of the almighty ones, our only hope, our saviors (who also happen to be the very same set of criminals that led us down the path to economic ruin in the first instance).

Then again, how could we expect anything else from the likes of CNBCs Burnett and Haines, who have previously demonstrated a total lack of understanding of the underlying causes of the financial crisis, even commenting that gold has "no inherent value".

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