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2015; 8:50 pm MDT
Infowars should host Presidential Debates
Infowars would far surpass what any mainstream news organization has
been able to do by way of Presidential Debate moderation. They should they limit
their debates to five or less candidates who are the most
liberty-conscious/supportive and capable of doing a good job, regardless of
party ... and in other nations. Survey
Shortcut url: http://tinyurl.com/InfowarsPresidentialDebates
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First, let me remind you of who I am.
Back in 2001, just after the inside job of 9/11,
I launched an organization RSICC.org with Joel
Skousen to present an alternative to the Socialist World Government being put
forth by the New World Order. There is such a thing as world government. The
question is not if, but what kind. We formulated some preliminary documents to
protect freedom worldwide, in the spirit of the U.S. Constitution, with
representative government and the rule of minimal law.
Also during this time, I launched a website to draft
Ron Paul into the 2004 Presidential campaign, which he ended up declining;
but we did garner several thousand signatures.
I also run http://GreaterThings.com which
provides religio-political polemic about these end times, and how to avoid WWIII
by repenting and turning to God in heaven.
And, of course, I run PES Network, which has been the best exotic free energy
news, directory, and networking service on the web since I commenced in 2002.
I've been on Coast to Coast AM 8 times talking about free energy. We now have four
exotics that have made it to market.
Open Letter to Infowars
As I was listening to Infowars
host, David Knight talk (Aug 7) about how pathetic the FOX-hosted GOP Presidential debate
was, I had a great thought / inspiration.
Infowars has gotten big enough, and strong enough, with enough clout and
credibility, I bet you could get a fairly good number of the GOP Presidential Candidate leaders to show up to a debate sponsored by Infowars, hosted
by David. I bet you could even do a Democrat primary debate, as well as a
general election debate.
David would do a good job. I don't think Alex has as much of the patience needed
or composure for something like that -- not as much as David. Alex is more
aggressive and divisive. That said, I'm confident Alex could also do a good job.
I just think David would do better in that platform.
Ted Cruz would show up; Rand Paul definitely would; as would Carson, most likely; and you'd probably get two or three others. I bet Trump
would do it.
The most interesting thing would be to see who is willing to show up. That would
say a lot about where they are coming from, itself.
It would show Infowars' leadership, and is likely to go viral, unlike the censored Fox debate. I
couldn't find any postings of the whole debate at YouTube. I wasn't able to watch it live.
Then, in 6-months to a year from now, when you do it again, you'd probably get
at least half of them to show up.
I bet your debate would really wake people up to a lot of key issues, and you would treat the candidates fairly, giving them their chance to get their fair amount of time in.
You could raise the bar on what a good debate should look like, addressing real
issues, not propaganda issues, not superficial. You could show America what a
debate about freedom and the threats to it entails.
I would also argue that when you host debates, it would be best to keep the
number of contestants at five or under, and Infowars should be the one to decide
which of the candidates are the most liberty-conscious. You would base it on
that, not just on their popularity in the mainstream.
I would argue that with Infowars running debates like this, that it is
conceivable that an outstanding candidate from everyday America could rise from
obscurity to win the election, including those who are not a member of any
I would even argue that Infowars could even do a good job of hosting a national
election debate in other English-speaking Nations, such as the U.K. or Ireland,
where they are familiar with the politics, and where the politics are supposed
to be in support of freedom.
Postscript: In the debate, you should also take time to do a plug for the great
InfowarsLife product line you have that supports your broadcast.
redirects to the above story)
Aug. 10; 2:05 am MDT
- Infowars Presidential Debate suggestion in Alphabetics
- I took the ASCII sum of the url of my PESN story and looked it up in the Old and New Testament lexicons. It is totally relevant to the idea of a Presidential Debate, and it gives some very interesting commentary in support of my suggestion that Infowars start hosting
these. (GreaterThings; August 10, 2015)
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