Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Jesse Ventura Breaks His Silence: Exclusive Interview With Alex Jones

Episode exposed how body scanners were a major cancer threat
By Paul Joseph Watson
October 30, 2012

Former Governor Jesse Ventura exclusively revealed to Infowars that a show set to air as part of Ventura’s popular Conspiracy Theory series that exposed how TSA body scanners were a major cancer threat was canceled by Time Warner-owned TruTV.

Skip forward to 49:30 to hear Ventura’s comments about the TSA show being canceled.

“This year we did eight of them but they’re only going to air seven, they won’t do the one we did on the TSA – that one apparently ain’t gonna make show time,” said Ventura, speaking to the Alex Jones Show.

The former Governor of Minnesota refused to be drawn on who exactly was responsible for killing the show.

“I don’t know who killed it, I can only say that TruTV killed it,” said Ventura.

Pointing out how radiation-firing body scanners had recently been removed from larger airports, Ventura explained how the censored show was an investigation of the safety and money motivation behind the body scanners.

“They’re still not admitting that they’re not safe, well then why are they replacing them?” asked Ventura.

“We exposed that these things are not safe, we exposed that the radiation levels are at an unsafe level, we exposed the fact that TSA employees aren’t allowed to wear radiation badges for the own protection,” added Ventura, explaining that the government was trying to avoid lawsuits by avoiding having any system in place that monitor radiation levels.

Alex Jones, who acted as a consultant for the show, confirmed that the program was a serious investigation of the financial motive behind the body scanners and how they posed a significant cancer risk.

Numerous prestigious health bodies have warned that the radiation-firing body scanners will cause cancer.

Was the show axed because it could reflect badly on the Obama administration, which has overseen an expansion of the TSA to the point where its employees now litter highways, political events, music concerts and even high school prom nights?

TruTV is owned by Turner Broadcasting, which is a subsidiary of Time Warner. Time Warner has contributed $191,834 to Barack Obama in the 2012 election cycle.

CNN, another Time Warner-owned company, has proven adept at hushing up stories deemed embarrassing to the Obama administration, notably by censoring its own reporter Amber Lyon when she attempted to report on atrocities being committed by the US-backed regime in Bahrain.
Is this another example of Time Warner playing the role of state media?

Other TV networks have also recently thrown their weight behind the administration by vowing to push pro-Obamacare propaganda in plots of shows like Modern Family and Grey’s Anatomy.
This is by no means the first time Ventura’s show has been targeted for censorship.

An episode from the previous series of the show entitled “Police State” was pulled from being re-aired after pressure from the Department of Homeland Security. The episode exposed the continuity of government agenda including plans for the mass internment of American citizens in prison camps.

The show caused so much consternation amongst high circles that it was even remotely erased from viewer’s private TiVO recording boxes.

Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for and Prison He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.