Category Archives: RNC

Wake Up Call – Remastered Edition (NEW) – New World Order Documentary – 2008 – 2:29:55 – Sep 15, 2008

New remastered version of Wake Up Call…See my MySpace page (www.myspace.com/johnnada80) for high quality DVD’s and torrent links… Some of the topics covered in the film: The New World Order, Federal Reserve, Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations, North American Union, the Rockefeller/Rothschild families, Freemasonry, Bohemian Grove, the Illuminati, Illuminati symbolism, Problem-Reaction-Solution, 9-11, war profiteering, the phoney ‘War on Terrorism’, the impending ‘Big Brother Surveillance Society’, the war on civil liberties, microchipping, mind control, media control and ‘education system’ indoctrination… Featuring: Alex Jones, David Icke, Aaron Russo, Jordan Maxwell, G. Edward Griffin, Jim Marrs, Bill Hicks, Daniel Estulin, Jim Tucker, Ted Gunderson, Anthony Hilder, Professor Steven Jones, Webster Tarpley, George Carlin, John Taylor Gatto, Charlotte Iserbyt, Dave vonKleist, Stan Monteith and others… Contact me at: john.nada@hotmail.co.uk…Please spread the word as much as you can!

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Olberman, Matthews removed from anchor seats at debates.

 Thanks to Fixed News and friends this is how we are to see the 2008 election. In the way we saw the RNC last month… which was a tragedy by all accounts to the memories of the families and others affected by the 9/11 disasters.  Gruesome and horrifying are two words to come to mind when seeing the images played behind the speakers.  When MSNBC correctly pointed that they were playing the fear card again, guess who suffered the blunt force attack… the RNC? nope, MSNBC! God bless the survivors, families and people who will not allow this to kill our precious democracy.  God bless any patriot who, on national TV, is not pushed aside and fights the good fight.  Thanks Keith!

MSNBC Boots Olbermann, Matthews From Anchor Chairs

Posted Sep 8, 08 5:27 AM CDT in PoliticsBusiness 

(Newser) – After months of criticism and pointed derision at the Republican convention, MSNBC will yank Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews from the anchor seats during this fall’s debates and election. NBC News correspondent David Gregory will host election coverage, while Olbermann and Matthews remain as commentators. Ratings at the struggling network have been up, but critics of the network have questioned its more partisan coverage.
Olbermann, whose program Countdown was recently renewed through 2013, has faced the most criticism for his blurring of news and commentary. But in a media environment dominated by Fox News, whose partisanship has given it the highest ratings of any 24-hour news network, some at MSNBC said the perceived leftward shift still made sense. “The bottom line is that we’re experiencing incredible success,” said MSNBC’s president.

Olberman, Matthews removed from anchor seats at debates.

 Thanks to Fixed News and friends this is how we are to see the 2008 election. In the way we saw the RNC last month… which was a tragedy by all accounts to the memories of the families and others affected by the 9/11 disasters.  Gruesome and horrifying are two words to come to mind when seeing the images played behind the speakers.  When MSNBC correctly pointed that they were playing the fear card again, guess who suffered the blunt force attack… the RNC? nope, MSNBC! God bless the survivors, families and people who will not allow this to kill our precious democracy.  God bless any patriot who, on national TV, is not pushed aside and fights the good fight.  Thanks Keith!

MSNBC Boots Olbermann, Matthews From Anchor Chairs

Posted Sep 8, 08 5:27 AM CDT in PoliticsBusiness 

(Newser) – After months of criticism and pointed derision at the Republican convention, MSNBC will yank Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews from the anchor seats during this fall’s debates and election. NBC News correspondent David Gregory will host election coverage, while Olbermann and Matthews remain as commentators. Ratings at the struggling network have been up, but critics of the network have questioned its more partisan coverage.
Olbermann, whose program Countdown was recently renewed through 2013, has faced the most criticism for his blurring of news and commentary. But in a media environment dominated by Fox News, whose partisanship has given it the highest ratings of any 24-hour news network, some at MSNBC said the perceived leftward shift still made sense. “The bottom line is that we’re experiencing incredible success,” said MSNBC’s president.