Going Jedi Against Fox News?

As you may have noticed, Fox News has been under attack a lot lately so I’ve decided to keep the momentum going. Fox, I swear I’m only doing two hit pieces in a row on you because it appears that you are “on the ropes,” and that there is no bias. However, since I am a former democrat, I am willing to admit that I have been experiencing an extra bit of glee in creating these last two projects πŸ™‚

Warning: Video is for educational purposes only! πŸ˜‰

Going Yoda on Bill O’Reilly, I mean Count Dooku… whatever.

Critical thinking question of the day: Is this old footage from professional wrestling? Or is it actually an old episode of the Hannity show? I seem to be having trouble, can you tell the difference?

Why I can’t really bring myself to dislike Tucker Carlson:

The interview with professor Jim Fetzer: (Note: The person who uploaded this video and many of the comments actually lean toward O’Reilly being “right” in this debate because of the lack of so-called “liberal media” exposure. Hey guys; don’t be fooled by Count Dooku and his dark-side propaganda tricks! Right versus left is meaningless when both sides are wrong! Get it? There is only right versus wrong… look behind the curtain!

Click here for Architects and Engineers for 9/11 truth (or what Bill would call “nuts” and people that “hate” America)

Proof that the major publications are controlled:

Exhibit A: Straight from the mind of David Rockefeller:
Exhibit B: What is Operation Mockingbird?
Exhibit C: George Carlin, critical thinking, and common sense:

Why do some people consider Bill to be an arrogant lying jerk-off sellout who works for the establishment? You have to see this video to believe it:

More excitement with Bill and his non-debatable government “facts” (hey, at least he’s controversial):

More bonus videos:

1. Bill O’Reilly in his own words; “I Don’t Care About The Constitution:”
2. Apparently Bill doesn’t like talking about Bohemian Grove either…
3. Why you should not believe Cheney, Rumsfeld, or Rove about 9/11 (or really anything they say for that matter):
4. The blog I referred to in my video: Jesse Ventura, the Pentagon, and 2.3 Trillion Reasons why we should have a new investigation into 9/11 (just to at least check out the highlights):

The other side of the argument? It’s extremely compelling so be sure to listen very carefully:

Happy Fourth of July everyone! Peace and Love!

7 thoughts on “Going Jedi Against Fox News?

  1. John Doe says:

    As you might remember, I’ve commented on your posts a few times. While I don’t agree with some of your points, I truly respect your research and your critical thinking on issues. I have also viewed numerous other blogs written by people who, I believe, you have modeled your vlogs/topics after.

    I consider myself a truly informed individual, and am truly frightened with the direction our Country is taking. With over $60 trillion in unfunded liabilities, how can one not be nervous and discouraged?

    I, however, have always been optimistic and truly believe in the people of our great nation. I know, without a doubt, that we will find a way to get back to our conservative, Constitutional roots. There are several great presidential candidates already running, and I believe several others will enter soon enough (i.e Marco Rubio, Rand Paul). The Tea Party, of which I am a proud member, is leading the charge to get a Constitutionalist in the White House, and at all levels of government. The power grab by the current powers in Washington and private parties in bed with the government through the use of taxpayer money, is a major problem.

    After all, as James Madison stated, β€œThe truth is that all men having power ought to be mistrusted.”

    With this said, I have several issues with people such as yourself in the blogosphere. I will be using the words “you” and “your” as I continue – I’m not talking about you specifically, but the entire blogosphere who spend a majority of the time commenting on what I believe are truly mundane issues that does little to inspire people to get back to Constitutional principles.

    I believe you do a disservice to the struggles of the Tea Party.

    I really wish you and other bloggers would focus on issues that can be changed in America quickly, that would allow citizens to keep more of their earnings, instead of focusing on a telephone call to the Sean Hannity show. Who cares what Sean Hannity says about the Bilderberg group? Who cares about Sean Hannity at all? So what if he has millions of listeners – I don’t begrudge his success – that’s what makes America what it is. As a matter of fact, who cares if the Bilderberg group meets anyway? You have mentioned multiple times your affinity for the 1st Amendment – does freedom of assembly matter to you? Powerful people have always met, and always will meet. Do we want to deny them the right to do so? We need to get back to our Constitutional principles in order to get the power back to the people so that, if what you say is true, the Bilderberg group will be marginalized because we have more of our wealth to insulate ourselves.

    I have yet to hear your comments on what to do about Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid,the tax system, securing our borders, etc. Real world issues that are affecting us right now.

    Why attack Fox News channel? Who cares who is on their panels? Doug Schoen, Showen, whatever. You waste way too much time focusing on the mainstream media and their ideas, hosts, guests, etc. It would be far better to offer alternative SOLUTIONS to what they are saying, instead of focusing on their hosts, etc.

    If you want to engage in a conversation about real-world solutions to our nation’s problems, I can run right down the list on what needs to happen. I haven’t heard you or Mark Dice really comment on any solutions. It appears that the majority of your time is spent on the same, tired class warfare arguments. People in the media lie all the time – maybe, and I don’t know for sure because it matters so little to me, Sean Hannity lies on his radio show – but Mark Dice lied to get on that radio show. Is his lying approved? Do we want to teach the public and our children that lying is alright if it serves an honorable purpose as YOU see it? Who decides which lies are “approved” and which ones are “wrong”?

    To focus on Obama’s birth certificate is ludicrous. To focus on it takes valuable time away from an opportunity to show why his POLICIES are so harmful. Do you know what has to happen to get him booted from office if he wasn’t born here? An act of God, basically. You have to be able to PROVE that he INTENTIONALLY lied about his place of birth, and the process is so long that we’ll be living on Mars before it is resolved. What difference does it make at this point? We have to beat Obama on the ISSUES, and we can.

    I could go on and on, but I hope you can at least take the time to critically review my points. I will continue to read your blog and others in the hopes that you and others will try to offer some solutions to what we are being subjected to.

    Obama likes to think that he is the second coming of Lincoln, who just happens to be my favorite President, and who I know a lot about. Obama is the exact opposite of the great Lincoln, and I will close with my favorite quote of his:

    “WE ALL DECLARE FOR LIBERTY; but in using the same word we do not all mean the same thing. With some the word liberty may mean for each man to do as he pleases with himself, and the product of his labor; while with others, the same word may mean for some men to do as they please with other men, and the product of other men’s labor. Here are two, not only different, but incompatible things, called by the same name—-liberty. And it follows that each of the things is, by the respective parties, called by two different and incompatible names—-liberty and tyranny.”

    —–Abraham Lincoln, 1864

    • E.I.A says:

      No particular debate desired – you make some fair points – but I’ll comment on one or two sections of your comment.

      You ask why one would focus on Hannity. Lots of reasons, both “whys” and “why nots” – I don’t myself. Why should mainstream media go unpunished and be free from satire? I do not think it should. And so long as we have such grotesque material on television reaching the masses, someone needs to poke at it a bit (Colbert, Stewart?). Also, this can be done merely for self expression and remain entirely justified in itself. As humans, even our critical-thinking misses something from time to time, and therefor requires an element of rogue, unordered expression to be used occasionally.

      Fox News has reached a status of enormous influence, and just as our own intelligence agencies realize the great need for Cognitive Infiltration, the citizen may as well, and act accordingly.

      I will admit for the second time that you make fair points. Some of them however, have what seem to me objective flaws. We must focus on changeable issues. But limit us to only that and you lose poetry, much literature, and a lot of imagination amongst other things. Without imagination, I hear an ominous voice whispering to the collective: “checkmate”. Further remove humor, and the game was never worth playing.

      And yes, I know it is no “game”, but my point should be clear.

  2. I remember you, and I am grateful for your support and thought-provoking responses. Also once again, you bring up many great points.

    First, I’m definitely a Ron Paul/Old School Tea Party guy and supporter of Rand as well. Nowadays however, I feel like the Tea Party has lost its identity and I don’t really know what to think of it anymore. I think Jesse Ventura had a great idea when he suggested we just get rid of political parties and focus on the issues instead. The end of fundamentalist party line voting…

    I can relate to your frustration about the lack of coverage of Constitutional principles, but I don’t think that subject is a good fit for me specifically, or at least not right now. My personal video is a case in point… I don’t know how it looked to others, but it didn’t feel that natural for me when I decided to get a little patriotic at the end. The point is, if someone is looking for inspiration on Constitutional principles, they would be better off listening to Ron Paul or Alex Jones (both of whom I’m fully supportive of). As for me, I think my strength in alternative media lies more in the realm of satire. πŸ˜‰

    As far as the economy goes, I think it’s mathematically beyond repair and that it’s futile to try to fix it within it’s own rules. Especially when it seems to be such a carefully guarded secret by the ones responsible for the problems it has generated.

    We are eventually going to have to default. Then we start over… I’d like to hear Bill Still, Ron Paul, Max Keiser, and even Paul Krugman, Austan Goolsbee, and other top economists have a series of debates about the new economy… Fiat green backs? Gold-backed currency?, Keynesian revival?

    On Hannity and Bilderberg: I can’t speak for Mark Dice, but my point is that sometimes you need to force the issue and people shouldn’t be afraid to ask tough questions. Asking about Bilderberg is a perfectly normal and valid question and it’s completely absurd that then entire main stream media blacks it out! I mean it really exposes just how phony and controlled they are when they act so bizarre about not acknowledging it! My feeling is that if the establishment doesn’t give you transparency on an issue, and gives you B.S. stories instead, call them out! The more people that get involved and call them out, the more likely they are to be forced to answer to it…

    I haven’t gotten to social security or health care issues yet, but it doesn’t mean I’m dodging the issues either (although I did propose a legitimate solution to the IRS problem πŸ˜‰ But perhaps I will try to discuss more solutions in the future.

    A part of the reason I wanted to go “Jedi” on Fox News is because I did ultimately want to expose what a fraud a lot of it is (in my opinion) for the people that haven’t been able to see it for themselves yet. It honestly makes me ill that people are still being bamboozled by these phony clowns and sellouts (in my opinion). I also don’t have anything against Fox News fans, as I’m also hoping that this piece can also help break the enchantment that I think many of them have fallen victim to (in my opinion).

    I don’t want to focus on the birth certificate issue either, and I never intended to. To be fair however, the issue did eventually get so absurd at one point that I could no longer control myself anymore. πŸ™‚

    Once again, thank you for your support and all the great points… certainly a lot to think about!

  3. Hello,

    I expect this comment will be deleted, which I do not mind. What I am curious about is the last comment I left, and why it has disappeared. I just posted an article about Activist Post doing the same thing, though in a less justified manner. I can see why you might want to keep things tidy here, and I hold no grudge, but would still like to know why. I also noticed that you seem to be associated with Activist Post,….could this be why?

    My AP article: http://eccentricintelligenceagency.info/archives/2504

  4. I’m glad you brought that to my attention but in this case it was a coincidence. In the past, the only comments I haven’t posted were either unnecessarily vulgar, spam, or they didn’t have anything to do with the subject at hand. I’ve also noticed that once I approve someone’s comment, they seem to be able to make further posts in the future without my approval so I assumed your last comment was posted automatically. Turns out that wasn’t the case… maybe it was because you were making a reply to the other poster? Anyway, I went in and fixed it and your other comment is now there πŸ™‚

    I’m surprised about your censorship with the Activist Post though as it’s news to me. Like you, I’ve only had a public blog for a short time (5 months), and I’ve only been a contributor for the Activist Post for 2-3 months (basically my last 7 articles/vlogs). Anyway, I’m not like a long-standing paid employee with them or anything. I submit material, they help spread the word… no cahoots.

    You write some interesting articles as well; if anything, I would suggest you submit some of your articles to them. They are always on the lookout for fresh and original alternative news material and they do have a very good variety of content as well. I would encourage anyone to at least “like” the Activist Post on Facebook as they also offer an outstanding news feed. However, I honestly know nothing about their rules/etiquette concerning the comments they allow. I’m assuming there’s a good explanation… if you keep having troubles though, let me know, and I’ll see if I can get you a better answer straight from the source….

    • E.I.A says:

      I wanted to correct what seems my own error; Activist Post is not censoring anyone, and they actually posted an article review I wrote today. I am not sure why my comments had disappeared, and hope they will pardon my assumption. *It hurts to use that word on myself*

      If I discover the nature of the comments anomaly, I’ll be sure to leave an updated comment. For now, I am relieved, as I very much like their work.

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