Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Prison Planet Supports Death Threat Made to Obama by Leaving Threat Posted [And Is Still Posted]


Comment under an Obama story says [they] “hope and pray someone with a barrett 50 cal will do the entire world a favor and blow his head off before it is too late”. Comment has been up since the morning of March 21. Secret Service notified

by Larry Simons
March 21, 2012

Today Prison Planet posted a story titled, “Obama Chides ‘Birthers’ While Media Spikes Ayers Bombshell”, written by Paul Watson [who is also webmaster of the site]. A comment threatening President Obama with death was posted under the story [and left there by the website moderators]. The commentor, who goes by “Spymyeys”, wrote the following:

“I know it is very hard to do, but please, take the time to stare into Obamma’s eyes and tell me, what do you see there?

If he is not satan himself, then it is one of the worst demons that hell has ever spawned.

I can only hope & pray (haha) that someone with a barrett 50 cal will do the entire world a favor and blow his head off before it is too late.”


Even if he was kidding, which I doubt, it is still a federal crime to threaten any United States President with death, whether saying you want to do it or you hope someone else does. The comment was left at 1:33pm Pacific Time, and after 3 hours it still remains. For some reason, comments always show a three hour difference. When I posted a comment on the site yesterday, it showed a time that was three hours before the time I posted it.

I immediately called the Secret Service and reported this. They wanted to know the website and under which story it was posted. I gave them a detailed instruction on how to find its location. The woman on the phone thanked me and we hung up.

Here is the link and screen shot incase it is deleted later [click to enlarge]


I do not blame Prison Planet for the comment being posted. That, they cannot control. What they can control is how quick they remove it or how long they leave it remain posted. Three hours is way too long to come to any other conclusion other than that Prison Planet advocates death threats against Obama. Period.

UPDATE:

I find it very interesting that I just now posted a comment under my screen name on PP "Bob43" and it is now awaiting moderation. See for yourself:


Most likely, it will not be approved, because it exposes the blatant hypocrisy and fraudulent behavior of Jones & Co. BUT, even more interesting is the fact that since I now have proof that comments await moderation on
Prison Planet, it is even more incriminating for Prison Planet that they allowed the Obama death threat to be posted.

I now withdrawal my above comment where I said I don't blame PP for the comment being posted. Since I now have proof that comments are moderated and await approval, PP is guilty of advocating the Obama death threat. PP endorses death threats made to United States presidents. For this very reason the staff at Prison Planet should be arrested.

Prison Planet Runs Story that Just Might be Their Silliest Ever


80-year-old comedian Dick Gregory claims a “friend” told him to leave NYC on September 10, 2001. Who is this “friend”? Why doesn’t Gregory name the “friend”? Why did Alex Jones not ask him who it was?

by Larry Simons
March 21, 2012

On Monday, Alex Jones invited comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory [above, left] onto his radio program to discuss a story that is quite bizarre [to say the least]. Gregory told Alex Jones that on the night of September 10, 2001, while Gregory was in New York City, he called his wife to ask her what hotel she had him booked at [his wife apparently handled his lodging arrangements for him].

Gregory’s wife said to him, “You’re not. You’re friend called me and told me to tell you don’t spend the night in New York tonight”.

At hearing this, Gregory immediately took a train to Washington D.C. that very night. After arriving he called his friend and asked how he knew Gregory was in NYC. His friend said, “We picked you up on the satellite brother”. The next day, after watching the attacks unfold on TV, Gregory called his friend who told him, “You owe me one”.

This very brief account triggers a score of questions. Here is the list I compiled myself [within about 10 minutes]:

1. Who was this friend of Gregory’s that apparently had inside information as to the events of the next day?

2. Since Gregory obviously believed his friend and trusted him [to leave NYC], why did his friend not have enough inside information to tell Gregory not to go to Washington D.C. either, since that was the other major attack location on 9/11?

3. Gregory [during the Jones interview] says his home is in D.C. So, apparently that was the purpose of going to D.C. [to come home], but why would his friend have the inside information to know what was going down in NYC the next day, but have no clue about D.C. to inform Gregory to not come home and also offer to get his family out of D.C.?

4. Why can’t Gregory name who his friend is?

5. If his “friend” knew of the impending attack, wouldn’t his friend be complicit in at least the foreknowledge of the attacks?

6. Wouldn’t Gregory also be complicit in the attacks for not disclosing his friend’s name?

7. Why would Gregory immediately come home for simply being told “don’t spend the night in NYC”?

8. Why didn’t Gregory ask his friend WHY he was not to spend the night in NYC?

9. Paul Watson’s story on this mentions the fact that there had been reports of other high profile people warned to either leave NYC the night before or not to come. Watson lists people like top Pentagon officials and San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown. Question: Why is Dick Gregory considered high profile? Why warn HIM? Who, besides his wife and the "mystery friend", knew he was still alive?

10. What in the holy piss does Gregory mean by claiming his friend told him, after being asked by Gregory how his friend knew he was in NYC, “We picked you up on the satellite, brother?”

11. Why hasn’t Gregory, at any given time during coming home on 9/10/01 and now, asked his friend how he knew something bad was going to happen?

12. Why didn’t Alex Jones ask Gregory any of the questions in this list?

13. Since Gregory's friend knew he was in NYC because he could "pick him up on satellite", why couldn't this friend reach Gregory first rather than depend on his wife to relay the message?

14. Isn't it ironic that Gregory looks like a black Bin Laden? [this was satirical]

This whole story is just plain bullshit and it is yet another embarrassment to Jones & Co. at Prison Planet and Infowars.

I find it very interesting that since the day of 9/11 to present day, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been vilified [and rightfully so] by 9/11 truth about making a comment to Peter Jennings on the air about Giuliani's claim that someone told him the first tower was going to come down before it actually collapsed. Since that day, it has been assumed that Giuliani’s silence on this issue is an indicator that he knows inside information about the collapse of the towers.

Isn’t it odd that Dick Gregory admits practically the same thing to Alex Jones [that someone informed him of inside information] and not one peep is heard from Jones about how the friend knew or who the friend even is?

The reason why is abundantly clear: Dick Gregory is a conspiracy theorist who criticizes the government on many levels. He is to be commended for his unwillingness to bow to the status quo and his questioning of the government. But this is why Alex Jones leaves Dick Gregory alone and refuses to grill him over the exact same issue he has hammered Giuliani for.

Gregory has inside information [so he claims] and Jones asks him nothing about it. But if anyone else that Jones deems is connected to 9/11 has similar inside information, they are a traitor. Why? Because they do not schmooze with Alex Jones, that’s why.

Do not misunderstand my stance; Is Giuliani a piece of shit? Of course he is. But until Jones puts his celebrity pals through the exact same trial by fire, he will be and remain an embarrassment to 9/11 truth and to the entire profession of journalism.

I posted my two cents about this on Prison Planet [screen shot below]. I went by the name “Bob43”, so as not to spark suspicion that my comment was associated with RTO. Let’s see if it remains or gets the axe. [click to enlarge]



Here is the interview. 9/11 comments are at 18-minute mark

Monday, March 12, 2012

Alex Jones' Continual Support for Dave Mustaine Will Ruin Him, If It Hasn’t Already


Jones promoting upcoming interview with Rick Santorum supporter Dave Mustaine. Like in the Charlie Sheen fiasco, many Jones supporters are jumping ship

by Larry Simons
March 12, 2012

What in the hell is going on with Alex Jones? I find myself distancing myself from him more and more every day. Nearly a month ago, I reported on the fact that Megadeth guitarist Dave Mustaine announced his support for big government elitist and Christian loon Rick Santorum along with his past association with Alex Jones. It was announced two days ago on Prison Planet and Infowars [Jones’ top two sites] that Jones has scheduled Mustaine to appear on his radio show this coming Thursday.

The upcoming interview is being trumped up by Jones as if it is a major national event on the same level as securing an interview with the real assassin of JFK or an eyewitness to the people who were really involved in carrying out 9/11. My goodness, one could even get the impression by the video announcement that Mustaine is a strong follower of Alex Jones’ ideologies, but even that is not the case.

As I reported last month, Mustaine announced his support for Rick Santorum, a man who hates homosexuals with a passion and wants to bomb every country on the map [not to mention a religious nutjob who fails to even understand the separation of church and state issue].

As if that alone is not bad enough, Mustaine has not had kind words for presidential candidate Ron Paul [who Alex Jones strongly supports…or does he?]. Last month, in an interview with musicradar.com, Mustaine, when asked about his take on politics in 2012, said this:

"Ron Paul… you know, I heard somebody say he was like insecticide – 98 percent of it's inert gases, but it's the two percent that's left that will kill you. What that means is that he'll make total sense for a while, and then he'll say something so way out that it negates everything else. I like the guy because he knows how to excite the youth of America and fill them in on some things. But when he says that we're like the Taliban… I'm sorry, Congressman Paul, but I'm nothing like the Taliban.”

So, let me get this straight. Not only does Dave Mustaine insult Ron Paul [calling him insecticide and not getting his facts correct on Ron Paul’s statements about the Taliban] and supports neocon big government religious lunatics like Rick Santorum, but Alex Jones [who supposedly supports Paul] actually goes out of his way to advertise that he has an upcoming interview with this schmuck and announces it as if it’s a major event? How stupid does Alex Jones think his listeners are?

Not only are very few comments posted under this story hostile toward either Jones or Mustaine for the obvious reasons, it appears that Jones & Co. at Prison Planet and Infowars are up to their old tricks again of committing the very same act they have bitched about being done to them on numerous occasions: Censorship.

Eighty plus comments have been posted under the story since the day it was first posted [March 10;
March 9 on Infowars]. Although some comments are hostile toward Mustaine and Jones, the majority of them are babbling rants that do not say much of anything. Also, the commenting only spans a period of two days [March 10 and 11]. Not one comment was posted today. It appears Jones & Co. has ended the comment threads. This same advertisement was posted on Infowars on March 9, and the commenting span only runs from March 9 to March 10. The comment thread appears to have been silenced after just two days on both of Jones’ sites.

Here is a sample of the harsh comments directed at Jones and Mustaine.

BGko says:
March 10, 2012 at 9:25 am
Whatever Mustaine. This guy claims he’s against the NWO then went on record saying he supports Santorum, one of the biggest establishment clowns out there. How much can he really understand?

winston_smith says:
March 10, 2012 at 9:06 am
this scumbag piece of filth endorsed Rick Santorum…….never heard any of his songs, but I’d guess they suck. BTW, why does Alex always get so giddy when he chats with “celebs”??….OMG, OMG, OMG!!! “I get a lot of celeb phone calls”…..He sounds like a little pussy

Here is proof that comments have been deleted [maybe even of more than one person]

Blacklisted Patriot says:
March 11, 2012 at 9:25 am
Oh my, I see my former post was DELETED !!! I guess the PP gestapo can’t handle the harsh truth concerning the likes of phony “alternative media” presstitutes like Alex Jones.
The music/entertainment idustry is just as controlled by the NWO (if not moreso) than the MSM. So you have washed up aging rock stars like MusSTAINED and Mega DEUCHEBAG who, like the sleazy MSM presstitutes, are merely obeying the orders of their masters. The likes of Mustaine are told “if you wish to keep getting the free chicks & cocaine you’d BETTER keep your frickin mouth shut and OBEY your masters you old washed up POS !!!!”

It is crystal clear that Alex Jones is guilty of the very same thing he accuses the mainstream media of doing; selling out his journalistic integrity in exchange for fame and the love of celebrities. There’s no other conclusion to come to but this.

Alex Jones loves celebrities so much, that he even idolizes the ones who hold views contrary to his while attempting to package it under the guise that the celebrities hold Jones’ views and are fighting the very same New World Order Jones claims to be against. It is absolute insanity, and if Jones’ followers fall for this bullshit [which does not seem to be the case, thankfully], then Jones and his supporters surely deserve each other.

Jones does not seem to be concerned that these fiascoes [Sheen, Mustaine, etc.] will ruin him. I am happy to see the comment threads explode with disgust for this. Because of Jones’ hypocrisy of being a staunch advocate of free speech, yet censoring his own comment threads, we may never know how hostile the sentiment from Jones' supporters really is.

Here is the video/advertisement of the Mustaine interview on Jones’ sites

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Six Romney Family Members Hit Campaign Trail… For RON PAUL


Mitt “just doesn’t understand the constitution like Ron Paul”

Steve Watson
Prisonplanet.com
March 6, 2012

No less than six relatives of Presidential candidate Mitt Romney have joined the campaign trail in the race for the GOP nomination, but they’re not supporting the former Massachusetts governor, they’re campaigning for Texas Congressman Ron Paul.

Three of Romney’s relatives will even speak at Idaho caucus sites, declaring their support for Paul in a story that is sure to create a buzz around Paul’s campaign as he looks to pick up his first caucus win on Super Tuesday.

The Paul campaign issued a press release Monday introducing five Romney relatives, then issued another release shortly afterwards noting a sixth.

Travis Romney, Troy Romney and Chad Romney, all cousins of Mitt Romney, will speak before Ron Paul crowds in Idaho today. Ty Romney and Jared Romney, whose grandfathers are cousins of former Michigan Governor George Romney, the father of Mitt Romney, have also declared their support for Paul.

“I don’t dislike Mitt at all,” Chad Romney (pictured above) said. “He seems like a nice guy. He just doesn’t understand the constitution like Ron Paul.”

“It’s Ron Paul or bust,” Chad Romney added, “Now, a lot of people will ask me if I’m related,” he said. “And I always say: ‘Yes, I’m related, but I vote for Ron Paul.’ ”

When asked who he would vote for if the ticket turns out to be Romney vs Obama, Chad Romney said “I don’t know if I’d vote for either one of them. I’d just write Ron Paul in there.”

“I support Ron Paul because he defends the Constitution, loves America and understands what it means to be an American, including the right to live your life any way you want as long as you respect others,” said Travis Romney, a second cousin once removed from the former Massachusetts governor.

Ty Romney, an attorney in Montana added, “Ron Paul is honest. It’s time to take a stand for honesty. It doesn’t matter whether the truth is popular or not, I know that Ron Paul will always maintain a true principle and I endorse that degree of integrity.”

Paul’s campaign suggests that the endorsements show that the Congressman can win Mormon voters, noting that the Romneys are now members of the “Latter-day Saints for Ron Paul” nationwide coalition.

Paul previously received support from Rick Santorum’s nephew John Garver, who described his own uncle as a “big government”, “status quo” politician, while urging Americans to vote for Ron Paul.