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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #45 on: October 10, 2019, 07:04:22 pm »
Its more unintentional comedy than scary. X-files meets This is Spinal Tap. If I lived near one of these sideshows  I actually might go just for the loffs and the people-watching

I noticed that Hoagies not at any of these shows, and hes not on Ancient Aliens either. Was he black-balled from the circuit when he got thrown off C2C? Im sure the behind-the-scenes politics of the woo-woo scene would be fascinating

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #46 on: October 10, 2019, 07:11:14 pm »
It appears to be as emotionally charged, unpredictably predictable and whack as any of these forums, no?

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #47 on: October 10, 2019, 09:44:48 pm »
Youre right it was Greer and also David Wilcock at the 2013 CITD I was thinking about. I found the article where I read about this in the first place Some higlights:

"William Henry tells a horrifying story of imprisonment of the audience at the Contact in the Desert Conference August 9--11. He says that David Wilcock came with a bodyguard, and that Steven Greer arrived with a whole group of bodyguards, who proceeded to lock the doors and allow nobody in our out during his presentation. If this happened, it was illegal, and we urge all UFO conference attendees to demand that they not be imprisoned during any performance for any reason"

"Greer showed up with armed guards with "black ops security" written on their shirts. Wilcock not only had guards, he had a with him!! Can you believe that? Anyhow, it was truly a fiasco....every bit of it."

This is some slimey carny shit. Whats even more unbelievable is that most of them have been at it 20+ yrs and even though theyve been exposed multiple times Wilcock(2012 ring a bell?) and Greer(free energy and moth/alien-watching scams) still manage to make a living peddling their shit


I'm glad you brought that up, Yes Wilcock is another who I heard did that at one time. When I went to CITD it was 2016, he was not there with body guards however, he was also the whitest person i've ever seen. His skin was almost transparent (LOL) okay, that is an exaggeration but haha you get the point.

I can confirm what William Henry said to be a fact, I had dinner with him and a few other people and I don't think he liked me sort of attacking the TV show "ancient aliens". That was before I realized I probably should have kept my mouth shut. He also kept really firm eye contact with the lady I was with, Definitely not a good sign (history there).

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #48 on: October 10, 2019, 09:47:03 pm »
It sounds like a typical gun/survivalist  show!

I've only heard of a few of those out in like the Arizona region, had a friend who would go to a lot of gun shows.

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #49 on: October 10, 2019, 09:54:55 pm »
Wait now Mikey...so Henry is a bit of a ladies man is he?

Oh boy, he might could trade in that winged globe necklace of his or something a bit more lovey dovey...


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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #50 on: October 10, 2019, 09:59:56 pm »
I've only heard of a few of those out in like the Arizona region, had a friend who would go to a lot of gun shows.

They're just the absolute best times, met a real crankwit "patriot" ass-kicker at one, ever hear of?



...he had his Chihuahuas with him...on his best behavior for that event...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3I9E67-7bxc

Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #51 on: October 10, 2019, 10:03:43 pm »
They're just the absolute best times, met a real crankwit "patriot" ass-kicker at one, ever hear of?



...he had his Chihuahuas with him...on his best behavior for that event...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3I9E67-7bxc


He looks like someone i'd expect to see there ... definitely a bad ass.

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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #52 on: October 10, 2019, 10:21:17 pm »
Yep, he is one Harley riding, ass-kicking kinda dude.

Oh the back stories on him...he used to broadcast out of some obscure hole in New Mexico, then moved back to Arid-zona, and now...Tejas...

Not an endorsement of these scum btw, but their link has some accurate info:

https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2010/09/10/anti-semitic-activist-now-‘liberty-villages’-hemp

Douglas, 64, is a motorcycle aficionado who used to publish a biker magazine called Thunder Riders and another periodical titled Free American. The latter was a showcase for conspiracy theories, offbeat medical remedies and anti-Semitic screeds, such as “Are the Jews Behind the Destruction of America?” He also was information officer for the New Mexico Militia in the 1990s, sold tracts of the anti-Semitic Christian Identity theology at a 2002 expo, and blamed Jews for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at another conference. As if that wasn’t enough, he was for a time mayor of the tiny hamlet of Bingham, N.M., which he succeeded in having declared a “U.N.-free zone.” He self-published a couple of “adventure novels” he said were modeled on John D. MacDonald’s Travis McGee series. And he broadcast a daily shortwave radio program.

But Douglas’ world crashed in 2004, when he was struck by a car while riding his motorcycle. He says he was hospitalized for four months with severe head and other injuries and doctors gave his family little hope he would survive, or, if he did, have all his faculties. “The doctors had no idea of the sort of man Clay Douglas was,” he writes of himself in the third person on his website.

When Douglas was released from the hospital, his wife of 25 years promptly left him, and his businesses were in tatters, he says. He eventually resumed his radio show on the Internet and combined his businesses into one entity, CRD Publishing.

Nowadays, Douglas is still hawking his books and DVDs on his website, and posting anti-Semitic and conspiracy-laden content.  But, in a new twist, he’s also promoting the benefits of hemp and of investing in so-called “Liberty Villages.”


http://freeamerican.com






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Re: Jimmy Church
« Reply #53 on: October 13, 2019, 02:32:54 pm »
This is a perfect example for my favorite hobbyhorse.  Calling them delusions or folies a deux is semantics operating as science -- it does nothing to explain them but simply substitutes another name that removes all reference to the supernatural or paranormal, using highly prejudicial language just to make sure we all know they're not real.

That's exactly what I did. Semantics. I just feel more comfortable with science over magic these days.

Prejudice revealed and confirmed.