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The media priming and framing UN gun control after the tragic Aurora, Colorado, shootings, plus an interview with FBI informant Brandon Darby--that's ahead as special guest host Matt Schultz joins Bishop in studio for what will be an enlightening, scathing and exhilarating edition of Saturday Session. Be sure to not miss a minute as the show kicks off at 3pm CST on 970 WMAY.
|The suspect's gas mask--image from TimesCall.com|
Opportunistic calls for Arms Trade Treaty
We'll start the show to discuss the latest developments of the shootings in Colorado. The facts will be at the forefront. What's the timeline of events? Who is James Holmes? Who are the victims? What's inside the apartment?
But then comes the media's response and the response of other government officials and the opportunistic calls for gun control. This tragedy, sadly, will be used to drum up support for the forthcoming Arms Trade Treaty, an issue Saturday Session has been railing against for weeks.
Significant questions are already being raised about the suspect and whether there was external support for the attack. We'll discuss some of those questions and also discuss the recent history of violent mass shootings conducted by people on prescription antidepressants. Plus Bishop and Schultz will analyze media messages about the attacks and the deceptive tactics used to solicit an emotional response.
After the discussion of the how the mainstream media continuously manipulates media user's emotions, Bishop will then air an interview with an FBI trusted human source responsible for helping in the conviction of several terrorism-related cases.
Darby is also featured in the recent PBS documentary Better This World.
He is the FBI informant that helps bring down a plot in which two early-twenty-somethings made Molotov cocktails during the 2008 Republican Convention.
Bishop and Mr. Darby discuss the role of informants in these types of cases and also discuss the alarming trend of the Department of Homeland Security placing returning vets and libertarians on lists as possible threats.
Darby says he is proud of what he has done with the FBI but also says he is hell bend on holding the Bureau and the Department of Justice accountable for unjust actions. We get a preview of the work that Darby is now doing with Breitbart's outlet.
Don't miss this compelling in interview with a confidential human source involved in securing prosecutions of one of the forty-some-odd terror plots busted inside the US by the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Don't worry--we'll make time to talk about News on the March and in particular how President Obama supports some coupes, but not the others. Don't miss a minute of these compelling conversations.
Matt Schultz is an acclaimed artist who is always working on projects that will rattle the observers reality with blunt truths, hidden secrets and a spirituality that transcends the world's religions.
His latest musical creations go hand-in-hand with his multi-media, gallery-ready, experience he calls The Division. Listen to Militant--The Music of the Division here.
|The History of the Division--August 20 thru September 13, 2012, at Lincoln Land Community College|
The art exhibit The History of the Division is full of intrigue where an alternate reality of deeper levels of knowledge and painstakingly crafted artifacts--all made from scratch by Matt's hands--are assembled into an exhibit journey that could make you rid your previous understandings of history, culture, science, and religion.
Matt last joined Bishop on Saturday Session over five years ago to talk about his Dangerous Presentation discussion outlining how many characteristics of fascism the United States displays.
Be sure to pencil in a visit to The History of the Division at Lincoln Land Community College sometime August 20 thru September 13th. There will also be a lecture and closing reception to be announced.
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