“The book Alex held up "Ecoscience" was written by John P. Holdren, the former White House Science Advisor.
In this book, (which you can probably find at your local library) Holdren describes many ways in which he wants to increase death rates, and decrease birth rates in order to reduce the global population to 30 million people.
One of these ways was to put toxic chemicals in the water supply.
There are other such genocidal methods described in that book by White House Science Advisor, John P. Holdren.
You can confirm that yourself.
Maybe you should do some investigation and critical thinking before you attack someone like Alex Jones.
You really are in a trance, and he is trying to wake you up.”
“Did you not here what Jones was saying the whole time?
The U.K (where there is no guns) has the highest violent crime rate in Europe. It has a much higher violent crime rate than the United States.
It does have less gun deaths, but has a higher OVERALL violent crime rate.
Piers Morgan knew this, and was trying to force Jones to answer a question about who has a higher gun crime rate, so that it would sound "low". Jones was pointing out that violent crime is much higher in the U.K than the United States.
Alex Jones knew what he was trying to do, and would not fall for it.
Switzerland (the only country in Europe where there is guns) has the lowest gun crime rate in Europe.
75% of gun deaths in the United States are gang related. Meaning they get them from the black market, not from gun shops.
England has FAR fewer gangs, to the point that it is almost a joke compared to the United States. Therefore they have a lower gun crime rate.
They do have a higher violent crime rate thought, because nobody can defend themselves.”
Ragglock on Jan 9, 2013 at 08:17:04
“Gun Homicide Rate, Per 100,000
United States 3.72
selectet avarge of b) 0.47
b) Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Germany, France Austria, Italy, Spain, Ireland
taken largely from a 1994 UN International Study later updated, summarizes total homicides, gun-homicides, non-gun homicides, and robberies per 100,000 people”
Mike Lazar on Jan 9, 2013 at 07:52:43
“Are assault guns legal in Switzerland? Is there any restriction on the capacity of the clips?”
paul Southampton UK on Jan 9, 2013 at 07:50:31
“To give yourself SOME credibility please provide the accurate authoritative sources of information and comprehensively prove how you established causality for your argument. Otherwise it's another set of made up statistics....”
AnneTally on Jan 9, 2013 at 07:22:28
“Do you have any idea how uninformed and insane you sound? You obviously don't care but it should be pointed out.”
“Jay z is a fascist that sold out from the beginning. Jay z if you see this, just know that we know exactly what you have been doing, and you will soon be arrested. You better come up with a better apology than that.”
Sgt Awesome on Sep 11, 2012 at 05:52:53
“Is he facist because he believes in free enterprise? What has he done to be arrested for?”
“Wait, wait a second. Your saying that the kerosene fire from this plane DIDN'T cause those buildings steel frame to melt, and make those buildings collapse into their own footprint like a perfect controlled demolition? I thought that's what happened when planes crashed into buildings.”
emscrs on Apr 6, 2012 at 17:28:14
“It did not crash into the buildings - landed in the courtyard. Could have been a lot worse.”
1rpp on Apr 6, 2012 at 16:44:22
“ooooo. . .”
vlady1000 on Apr 6, 2012 at 16:27:57
“They were probably (and appear) WOOD frame buildings, like 99.9% of all 2 story high apartment building”
starchildjg24 on Apr 6, 2012 at 16:24:32
“Welcome! We haven't had a 9/11 conspiracy theorist post for a long time, and they are some of my favorites! They spend tons of time analyzing and drawing and all that other engineering stuff. Their sites are complex and very extensive, they must spend hours and hours on it, proving that Cheney and Bush brought down the Towers. It even attempts to destroy the old adage about secrets, because they explain how about a thousand people were sworn to secrecy. It is all quite interesting.”
liberalsrheros on Apr 6, 2012 at 16:23:31
“last f18 that crashed in san diego did so cause it was out of fuel. these things don't hold as much fuel as an airliner. nice try(sarcasm)”
last1standing on Apr 6, 2012 at 16:17:04
jerseyrambo on Apr 6, 2012 at 16:14:53
“Kerosene? controlled demolition? what are you even talkng about?”
“Listen, there are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds more very solid, reproducible, scientific studies. Over ten thousand papers have been published in russia alone. Many of this is in that book. If you have never seen those studies that is unfortunate.
You should really ask yourself why these things are immediately written off, and ridiculed from the get go by the "scientific community". Many scientists do not agree with the official religion, based on theories filled with holes and anomalies. They go along with the party line to save their reputation. Although several have spoken out. Mainstream scientific dogma is not what you think it is.”
Todd513 on Sep 2, 2011 at 16:23:25
“Many of these things are immediately written off and ridiculed by the scientific community because these things are quite literally ridiculous. Consider Luc Montagnier's supposed demonstration of "DNA teleportation." It is an utterly ridiculous claim. Apparently "some of the hydrogen and oxygen molecules in the tube with pure, sterile water transformed into DNA." How is this even possible? We are told hydrogen and oxygen atoms re-arrange to form DNA (which contains hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorus atoms). Where are the nitrogen and phosphorus atoms coming from? This violates basic conservation laws. Believing this non-sense requires one to jettison virtually everything that is known about chemistry and physics.
Very rarely does peer review result in the sensorship of ideas that htreaten the scientific/governmental/corporate establishment. Far more often it filters out ridiculous things because they are simply put very poor science. I would suggest that so-called scientists who feel that they have to go along with the party line to save their reputations aren't very serious or rigorous scientists anyway.”
“Well, every single thing he mentions and alot more can and has been verified. You would only know that if you look though. You seem to think people here are just beleiving all of this without question.”
Michael Deese on Aug 28, 2011 at 12:05:01
“Thank you Thaddeus, but I can speak for myself.
A lot of the things he mentions are unfalsifiable and therefore can't be tested. If something can't be tested, it can't be verified.
When he does talk about "scientists", he's either talking about people who don't have their work peer-reviewed, or he's just making stuff up. Sir Edmund Hoyle was not the co-discoverer of DNA. He was the author of Hoyle's Guide a book about card games.
And you are right, I do believe people here are just believing all of this without question... or at least without enough good questions.
“You must understand that the conclusions of the things David cites is what this guy here finds objectionable. He takes it as a personal threat to the solidity of his perception of reality. What he doesn't realize is that if he were able to talk to scientists working in secret Above Black projects that they would listen to what David has to say and go, "Yes, of course....but we're even way beyond that now....if only we could tell the larger scientific community." These people don't realize how much mindblowing science is Above Top Secret and higher. As former Lockheed Skunk Works CEO Ben Rich said during his deathbed confessions, “We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity….. anything you can imagine we already know how to do.””
“Where do you get off beleiving rather than being skeptical? Have you actually seriously and objectivly investigated this? Have you read the book? Or are you just vehemetly denying it because it doesn't fit your belief system?”
William Graham on Aug 27, 2011 at 21:31:18
“No. I was expressing skepticism. Hearty skepticism with no reason to be otherwise.”
Michael Deese on Aug 27, 2011 at 19:34:47
“I'd vehemently deny it because it's not true. Belief isn't worth anything. What can be verified? These are the questions a true scientist asks.”
Aaron Calhoun on Aug 27, 2011 at 15:21:18
“I was kidding....I tossed out a flippant comment without really considering how my comment might be taken by those who are very passionate about their belief in UFO's and might become offended by my "denial".
It's not hugely important to me to believe or not believe, which is why I haven't reached a firm point in said belief..mostly because the stories and evidence appear to me to be inconclusive either way, therefore I have not reached a conclusion one way or another.
My apologies to those avid UFO believers...as I said to the other respondent, I don't have a firm belief one way or another, although I have read a couple of books and have some admittedly limited information about the "evidence" that UFO's have visited our planet....which is precisely why I "don't get off" believing one way or another.
“Have you ever actually seen king george? Or are you just beleiving the accounts of the people who said they did?
You do realize that we put people in prison for life over eyewitness testimony right? Can you imagine if you had 700 military, government, defense contractor etc officials testifing against you in court? Can you say open and shut case?”
“You seem to think that you have this great intellegence and understanding of words and terms that other people just cannot understand. That you are more "rational" and "logical" than everyone else, and you onviously know so much more about science than people here. I know, it feels good to do that. In fact, people get a little opiate rush in thier brain when they do. Maybe you should actually read the book and read the studies with an unbiased and open minded perspective, before you sit and bash it with smaug ingorant sarcasm and supeiriority.”
MorallySuperiorAtheist on Aug 26, 2011 at 23:22:06
“Your eloquence aside, it isn't a question of feeling superior. In fact, scientific principles are very simple. Science and scientific method is a rulebook, of sorts, and charlatans and mountebanks have a tradition of obfuscating fact with conjecture. The two exist independently within the rulebook. People whose brains cannot think critically are willing victims of these people when flights of fancy are presented as "scientifically proven". You are not alone. The vast majority of the world's population believes in an invisible cloud-being (a deity). What we WISH to exist is different from what actually does. Sorry, but that is the nature of the world.”
“Great job David!!! This is not even 1/1000th of the material on this subject. There is such a vast amount of solid data that David Wilcock brings to the table. I highly reccomend checking out his free internet video "source field investigations" as well as buying his 560 page masterpiece.
“I was once a skeptic like you. Trust me, there is evidence and totally substantiated and verifiable data that would COMPLETELY blow your mind. Way beyond photographs and testimony. If you do the research you'll be surprised.”