Tonight on the show, we'll talk about Agenda 21 in context to the upcoming SDAT study coming to Springfield next week, a leaked army document talking about reeducation camps in the US, The NATO Summit in Chicago, Kent State, RFK and more. Don't miss a minute of Saturday Session from 3 to 7p CST only on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield.
Old Conspiracy Theories or Unanswered Questions
We'll start the show tonight to talk about two different stories of historical events being called into question: The assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in 1968 and the Kent State shooting of 1970.
Amazingly CNN is reporting that a witness says there was a second shooter, calling into question the "official story."
Meanwhile family members and victims of the gunfire Ohio National Guard troops used on anti-war protesters on the campus of Kent State in 1970 are calling for the Justice Department to re-open the investigation to determine if there were orders given to open fire.
What do these two stories tell us about the supposed truth of history?
Listener Steve raised this article from Reason.com that highlights past Secret Service troubles the night before the JFK assassination.
Behind the Green Mask
|Above, the cover of Behind the Green Mask|
At 5p CST we'll be joined by Rosa Koire, one of the authors of Behind the Green Mask: UN Agenda 21 to talk about the upcoming SDAT study for Springfield.
That study is holding an open house Monday and Wednesday where they will take suggestions about how to make Springfield more sustainable. Is there a different agenda behind the idea of sustainable assessment than what's being promoted?
What should area residents know about Agenda 21, the United Nations' plan to centralize populations in urban area (and some say it's even more sinister than that)?
We'll get those answers with Rosa Koire this evening at 5p CST on Saturday Session! Don't miss it. Read more about Ms. Koire and her book online at.
Agent Provocateur Terror
|Image from the AP|
Another bomb plot was disrupted this week, capturing a group of "anarchists" who worked with an informant to blow up a bridge outside of Cleveland.
The informant is a felon who worked with the FBI to coax the group into making the plans. This, among other disrupted plots, shows the use of informants by the FBI and is a troubling trend.
Something else significant is the shift from focusing on Middle-Eastern influence groups to "home-grown" cells. Prepare to see more of this.
Also, let's review an article from The New York Times that explores the use of FBI informants in busting these plots. Where do the plots originate? Dig deeper with Saturday Session.
NATO in Chicago
Later this month NATO will converge on Chicago, turning the Windy City into a verifiable police state. The preparations of NATO in Chicago including the use of a Joliet jail for dissidents, no-fly zones and even TSA-style security for the Metra. Tune in to get a complete rundown of the measures the Feds are going to use to keep a strong barrier between protesters and world leaders in their towers made of glass.
Re-education camp manual alarming
An explosive article from Infowars writer Paul Joseph Watson tells of a frightening manual leaked online. The U.S. Army document outlines plans for re-education camps within the borders of America.
There were camps set up for Japanese Americans during World War II. Those camps were not in Cuba, they were inside the continental U.S. Can it happen again? Yes. Are there plans? Yes. Hear about it tonight on Saturday Session.
News on the March
We'll close out Saturday Session with News on the March--stories from the past week that should have gotten more play. Andrew Breitbart's coroner died of poison, meanwhile the mainstream media's ratings are taking a hit. A senate probe shows that torture is ineffective, and the FBI wants wiretap-ready web sites now. Also, we'll talk about drones being used for police work in Washington state and more. Don't miss a minute of Saturday Session!
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