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Jeff Rense

January 23, 2012

hypnotic alpha state – “…Some children watch television 30 hours or more a week. The medium is so strong it actually turns these children into little templates of uniform behavior. Kids nowadays are primarily a composite of what they THINK they ought to be and what they’re shown on TV to be ‘cool’, hip, trendy and stylish. Most children don’t know who they really are anymore.” says Rense. “They don’t have much of a chance. How can you wake someone up when there’s nobody home?” “I call this the ‘Age of Irrationalism’; there is very little pragmatic, critical thinking performed by the mass of America. There are irrational responses because we are a reactive society. People react to stimuli – that’s the big game. They react to the images and sounds.” And not just random images or sound – but ones engineered to cultivate a response, most often a “buy” response. That same aim at demographic slices of our culture in the mass media news has even occurred in our public schools. Free classroom materials are produced by 64 percent of the 500 largest American industrial corporations. It’s no surpirse these “learning” materials concentrate on nutrition, energy, environment, and economics – almost all supplied by industries with a stake in their own answer to the problems posed in the materials. According to Rense, it gets even worse. Not only is the message engineered to elicit a response, but it’s fed to viewers who are in “a trance-like alpha state induced by the flicker of the television broadcast signal.” “It’s been demonstrated that well within two minutes of watching television, most people enter a hypnotic alpha state bordering on theta. Viewers in this state are no longer able to critically evaluate, discern, or pass judgement from their own moral database on the material being viewed. The information just flows, unimpeded, into their subconscious year in and year out.” said Rense. “Children watch violence and about every negative thing you can imagine and it all goes right into the psyche where it is permanently stored. By the time most of our young people are 16, they’ve witnessed 8000 violent murders, and about 200,000 violent injuries on television – and each one of those events has now become a part of that child’s subconscious mind…” (The Most Dangerous Man In Talk Radio)

chemtrails – “…And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Type “chemtrails” into your favorite search engine, and you’ll find a deluge of references. Hundreds of websites depict lurid photos of eerie plumes, with eyewitness accounts from Boston to Botswana. Military projects, weather control, mind control, global warming, genetic engineering, the Illuminati and the Trilateral Commission–conspiracies enough to fill the Texas Book Depository many times over. For chem-trackers, the plumes have become a sort of Rorschach blot, an aerial projection of their worst nightmares. Presiding over this conspiratorial miasma is talk-radio host Jeff Rense, whose weeknight show, Sightings, is broadcast from a studio somewhere in Southern Oregon. (Citing threats to his life, Rense asked WW not to print his exact location.) Five nights a week, millions of Americans (including an estimated 21,000 Portlanders) in 120 cities tune in to Rense to catch up on the latest news on alien abduction, Bigfoot, paranormal phenomena–and chemtrails. A former news anchor at KOBI-TV in Medford, Rense began to hear reports of chemtrails in 1999. At first, he wondered if the trails could be the result of some atmospheric anomaly. Then, looking up at the sky one bright, sunny day, he saw an aircraft flying overhead, leaving a “thick, white, cotton-candy, sky-writing type plume, which did not dissipate, but began to drip across the sky in clumps, like a frozen white rope,” he told WW. “Right then and there, I knew something was going on.” Since then, Rense has logged thousands of calls and emails on the topic. Together with Will Thomas, an environmental reporter from Canada, and Cliff Carnicom, a computer consultant based in Santa Fe, N.M., Rense has become a clearinghouse for the constantly mutating chaos of the chemtrail movement. Chem-trackers have compiled considerable evidence that the government has, at the very least, expressed interest in experimenting with the sky…” (The Truth is Up There)

the catalyst for a revolution – “…On the Internet the old paradigm of demographic reality no longer divide us. Instead of divisions based on old models like race, ethnicity, religion or the neighborhood where you lived, the Internet is divided by just two streams: Interests and Intellect. No one knows who you are on the web. It doesn’t give a damn about your race, creed, color, whatever, unless those subjects are your interests. The archaic and arbitrary borders, like race, creed and color that used to separate us are being replaced by new and much more profound alliances. These new alliances will be the catalyst for a revolution that will sweep the world. And this is where Jeff Rense comes in. What Jeff has done is that he has created a web site that is so smart, so ballsy and so informative that there is a massive re-education happening underneath the surface. The ones being re-educated are the smartest and the most intelligent of us. That is why the next revolution will be a rebellion of the intelligent. Smart people are also busy people. They don’t have time to riffle through hundreds of web sites everyday looking for the news that they desire. Jeff Rense has solved this dilemma and created a one stop-shopping zone for the most intelligent of the population. They don’t agree with everything on the site but they do appreciate the spectrum of revealing stories and information that he provides. If this goes on – and it will – there will be a revolution. Hopefully it will not be a violent revolution, but it is coming never the less…” (Rebellion of the Intelligent: Jeff Rense and the Internet)

Jeff Rense is an American conspiracy theorist and radio talk-show host of the Jeff Rense Program, broadcast on US satellite radio via Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN) and Internet radio. Rense’s radio program and website, Rense.com, cover subjects such as 9/11 conspiracy theories, UFO reporting, paranormal phenomena, Holocaust denial, Zionism, tracking of new diseases and possible resultant pandemics, environmental concerns (see chemtrails), animal rights, possible evidence of advanced ancient technology, geopolitical developments and emergent energy technologies, complementary and alternative medicine among other subjects. Rense’s show has been accused of being among “conspiracy-oriented Internet radio shows that often feature antisemites and extremists” by the Anti-Defamation League (Wikepedia).


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