Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Program Changes

So, new voices on PNAC Radio! Yes, it's true. But, we've still got some stuff to share with you...

First, watch this really good break down of the Russian / Ossetia break down on a site that's new to us, The Real News Network.

Who's to blame for the Russian Georgian conflict?

Georgian troops launched an aerial bombardment and ground attack on its separatist province of South Ossetia on Thursday. South Ossetians want to join up with their ethnic brethren in North Ossetia, an autonomous republic within the Russian Federation. Seeing this as an act of aggression Russia launched bombing raids against Georgia, vowing to defend its citizens. More than half of South Ossetia's citizens are said to have taken up Moscow's offer of a Russian passport. Pepe Escobar believes that "the hypocrisy of the international community knows no bounds for if the West forced the issue of Kosovar independence then the independence of South Ossetia should also be on the cards."


Also, we had Josh Deever on the show again today. He has a show on the Revere Radio Network, called Don't Believe the Hype. Please check it out on Tuesdays after Jack Blood...

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

U.S. Intel: Iran Plans Nuclear Strike on U.S.

Cut to the chase:

U.S. Intel: Iran Plans Nuclear Strike on U.S.

Here are some choice quotes:

“The only plausible explanation we can find is that the Iranians are figuring out how to launch a missile from a ship and get it up to altitude and then detonate it,” he said. “And that’s exactly what you would do if you had a nuclear weapon on a Scud or a Shahab-3 or other missile, and you wanted to explode it over the United States.”

"If even a crude nuclear weapon were detonated anywhere between 40 kilometers to 400 kilometers above the earth, in a split-second it would generate an electro-magnetic pulse [EMP] that would cripple military and civilian communications, power, transportation, water, food, and other infrastructure," the report warned.

"While not causing immediate civilian casualties, the near-term impact on U.S. society would dwarf the damage of a direct nuclear strike on a U.S. city."

“An EMP attack on America would send us back to the horse and buggy era — without the horse and buggy,” he told the Claremont Institute conference on Saturday. “If you’re a terrorist, this is your ultimate goal, your ultimate asymmetric weapon.”

Oh yeah, here's the point...

"The United States “needs a missile defense that is so strong, in all te different phases we need to defend against . . . that countries will decide it’s not worth coming up against us,” Kyl said."


Neuroscience, National Security & the “War on Terror”

Camera captures cop body-slamming bicyclist

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

OKC Gang and Financial Emergency

Straight to it:



If you'd like to see the video, click here.

Over the last year you have been here to sign various petitions on the housing crisis, on the credit markets and on Ben Bernanke's tampering with various parts of our financial system, including the bail out of Bear Stearns.

Today, once again we ask for one more signature, this time on a petition expressing your outrage over the lies, the utter incompetence, and the intentional wrongdoing of many in the financial industry.

Oh, and to protest what it has brought to you - $4 gasoline, a decimated 401k, a housing market in freefall and joblessness on the rise.

Mr. Denninger has written a paper on this and has faxed a copy to every member of Congress. Its long. Its involved.

It is a stinging indictment of Congress, of The Secretary of the Treasury, and of Ben Bernanke.

Monday, July 14, 2008

Rainbow Gathering 2008

So, we're talking on the phone with Deb Stevens, a fellow WTPRN host, about her experience at this year's rainbow gathering. Yeah, they shot into a crowd with rubber bullets; yeah, there were women and children in there. Oh yeah, it's a gathering of hippies too! One of the most dangerous groups I've heard of...anyway, check out these videos at the link below:

2008 Wyoming Rainbow Gathering

Here are some videos from the Forest Service attack at Kiddie Village on July 3rd. 2008, at the Rainbow Gathering in the Big Sandy/Dutch Joe of Bridger Teton National Forest.


Oh yeah, and the Red Cross considers Bush fit for being tried for War Crimes. Watch the video below please...


Whoa, we just really got into some amazing stuff with Josh, a long time supporter of PNAC (and a radioshow host as well: check out his show at Among those amazing things are:

Millennium 3000 Scenarios - Excerpt from the State of the Future at the Millennium

Why the future doesn't need us.

Governance: The resolutique

Future Strategic Issues/Future Warfare [Circa 2025]

Monday, June 30, 2008

You and I and a Pie in the Sky

Hi there,
Here are some links, dog:

- U.S. escalating covert operations against Iran: report

- The World in 2025, According to the National Intelligence Council
- Ubiquitous Living Video ABC News...

- Also, be sure to check out Microsoft Surface, which is the *exact* kind of device that is shown in the above "smart home" scenario. More soon...

- Video: War camp kids chant 'Ooh, aah, ooh, aah, I want to kill somebody.'

- Iran Readies Graves For Enemy Soldiers

- Scientists: Nothing to fear from atom-smasher

Ron Paul's Warning Against Attacking Iran

Monday, June 23, 2008

Case of the Mondays

First off, please check out the BIG VoteRescue Event! Hearing at the Capitol.

Links links links:

Bomb Iran? What's to Stop Us? By Ray McGovern

In Russia, sometimes it rains cement

How to Talk to a Climate Skeptic

Change We Can Spy On: Obama Supports Telecom Amnesty

US House approves war funds bill

Kristol: Bush Might Bomb Iran If He 'Thinks Senator Obama's Going To Win'

World Exclusive: WTC7 Survivor Barry Jennings Account

Oh, and here's what your cell phones can do if you get creative with them:

Oh yeah, and there's ice on mars. Read on.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Motely Crue and the Father of Hip-Hop

Yeah, it's true:

Here's the story via fox, the most blatantly false large media outlet.

The BBC reported that there's, well, a lot of money missing (or stolen) that should be accounted for in Iraq.'s...yeah, $23 billion. Yeah. But you already knew that.a "It may well turn out to be the largest war profiteering in history."

Also, we had the distinct pleasure of having none other than the grandfather of hip-hop, Afrika Bambaataa, as well as Dr. Shaka Zulu. We talked about the controlled and contrived record industry, spreading truth, and many things in between. Check out the archive here.

Check out their site: Zulu Nation. Also, Shaka's got a radio show every Tuesday from 8pm-12 midnight. Give them a listen at WHCR - The Voice of Harlem

Also, continuing this very musical show, we had Tristin on who is a part of Blue Eyed Fools. He's a music/video editor and badass in general, and we were happy to have him on the show.

Anyway, we'll get to the stories next week...take care guys.


Monday, June 9, 2008

And then there were two...


Revealed: Secret plan to keep Iraq under US control

Top Pentagon Scientists Fear Brain-Modified Foes

Obama Sponsors Fingerprint Registry Bill



Here's the gist:

Most of us feel that the presumptive Presidential Candidate, Senator John McCain, is a fine individual (some of us don't), but he can not and will not win the 2008 race for the Presidency of the United States of America...

And here are two good articles from a Ray, a caller from PENN:

FACTBOX-Iraq's thorny negotiations with U.S.

McCain: I'd Spy on Americans Secretly, Too

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Hillary 08': Never Give Up

...or something like that.

Regardless, check out this article, about two artist Yazmany Arboleda, that focuses on both of the current Democratic candidates.

Obama Gallery

The Assassination of Hillary Clinton


And hell, why don't you just look at the wikipage for the sentient world simulation (SWS).

Oh yeah, and when should you die? FIND OUT HERE!

cheers dere,

Monday, June 2, 2008

Painting a more accurate Picture of OKC with Wendy Painting

Hi there,
Let's start this off with a video of the Pentagon testing their "active denial system". What does that mean? Well...

Pentagon Tests Raygun on Mock Anti-War Protestors

We also have our in-studio guest, Wendy Painting, who is working on her master's thesis on the OKC bombing. She's done a lot of great research and we're really looking forward to her final work. If you'd like to contact her, her email is:


Man threatened with arrest for wearing Transformers T-shirt

New Agreement on the Trans-Texas Corridor


Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Back in the Saddle

Boo ya,
Oh my god, here's something about ubiquitous computing.

And here's an excerpt from the article:

"...just by walking down the street you could be subject to a personal biometric system, you could be scanned by the gateway of the transit system, there could be something embedded in the street or in the flooring beneath you... you could be touching other tangible interfaces in the environment around you... the lamp posts and the other features of the streetscape could have informational services... and last but not least there's the surveillance element, there's a UAV, a robotic helicopter which is also surveying the cityscape and communicating with all of these devices... This is really what I mean by a transformation of the relationship between user and device. This person is not a user anymore in any real sense of the English world, they are a subject."
It may seem like a vision of a distant science fiction world, but this scenario laid out by Adam Greenfield, author of "Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing", could be just around the corner. In fact, at this very moment in South Korea an entire city, a "U-city", is being built that utilizes ubiquitous technology. It had it's first test run in March of last year. Several other countries are currently planning, or are currently building cities modeled around South Korea's U-city.

What exactly is Ubiquitous Computing?

An "Everyware" world, as Adam Greenfield calls it, is a world in which computers are embedded and merged seamlessly everywhere in the environment. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags communicate their position and other information constantly in a vast network. Everyday objects become "searchable" as if they were part of the interconnected world wide web. Surveillance in an "Everyware" world is perfected to a degree that is unimaginable. Scientific management of people and the environment we inhabit becomes possible, and marketers' ultimate dreams come true."


Also, check out this video of Mary Kaptur discussing the elites and NAFTA:

Monday, May 12, 2008

No case of the Mondays

First off, if you're in the Chicago area, check out an upcoming event with Richard Gage:

And, get ready to freak out:

New American Theology of Civil Submission

Monday, May 5, 2008

Friday, May 2, 2008

The Sims (DoD Expansion Pack)

First off, we have Sam Osemene, or Osemene  in studio today. He's running for Austin City Council and we are most happy to have him. If you'd like to learn more about his platform, please go to his website:

Lots of fantastic surveillance stories today. I, Jon that is, am starting to think that this coming police state we're going to see is going to be more and more invisible than anyone yet imagines. There are quite a few virtual simulations under way, or that are about to be, that have VR avatars for...well...everyone in 64 countries. Yes, you read correctly. Please, learn more about Sentient World Simulation. Which, I might add, is supposed to be a 

"continuously running, continually updated mirror model of the real world that can be used to predict and evaluate future events and courses of action. SWS will react to actual events that occur anywhere in the world and incorporate newly sensed data from the real world. [...] As the models influence each other and the shared synthetic environment, behaviors and trends emerge in the synthetic world as they do in the real world. Analysis can be performed on the trends in the synthetic world to validate alternate worldviews. [...] Information can be easily displayed and readily transitioned from one focus to another using detailed modeling, such as engineering level modeling, to aggregated strategic, theater, or campaign-level modeling." For Purdue abstract from Alok Chaturvedi titled Computational Challenges for a Sentient World Simulation published March 10, 2006, click here

Here are some other related articles. The first two are from the very cool George Washington's Blog:

- We talked about Chertoff's statements earlier in the month when they were made, but nonetheless, here's an article entitled "U.S. Has Launched a Cyber Security 'Manhattan Project,' Homeland Security Chief Claims"

And, perhaps the most shocking article published yesterday, though underreported no doubt:


Wednesday, April 30, 2008

O-G. Edward Griffin

So, we hosted G. Edward Griffin last night at UT for a lecture. It was awesome. Weren't there? Here's the audio:

Part II - G. Edward Griffin Lecture


And here's a bunch of bad news:

And if things weren't crazy enough for you already, behold:


Also, concerning the "message force multipliers":

cheers to orange type,

Monday, April 28, 2008

News is Bad News

Hello there,
Looks like we've got a case of the Mondays, as usual...but with news like this, who wouldn't?

Face scans for air passengers to begin in UK this summer

Chertoff To Demonstrate New BWI Checkpoint


Ron Paul conference call number, 8pm central on Thursday nights 
phone number: 605.475.8500 
pass code: 5092984


Also be sure to check out Rick's youtube video of a police check point in CA.

Oh yeah, and come to our event tomorrow, more info here


Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Chris Emery on the show today

Hello all,
So, we've got our good friend Chris Emery on the show today. We'll be talking to him on a number of subjects, so please stay tuned...but for now, here's some fantastic news about our friends in We Are Change:

If you'd like to call or contact the NYPD for these charges to be dropped, please call:

19th Precinct
153 E 67th Street
3rd & Lex, New York, NY 10065
(212) 452-0600

NYPD Dept. of Public Information
(646) 610-5000

Disclaimer: Please when calling the precinct please be polite and courteous to the police officers. We Are Change does not advocate any threats of violence of any kind.

And, here's the updated article.


Also, here we've got a short little article from the Financial Times. Check it out, surely more will come out on this but probably in a very buried fashion...

US army engineer accused of spying for Israel


We've also got another great headline here...shit:

Wall Street Journal: “Maybe It’s Time for Americans to Start Stockpiling Food.”

Afghan farmers turn away from opium


Oh yeah, GO TO ORB WAR

And, please, watch Garth Marenghi's Dark Place


Today, on the show we've got, not one, not two, but THREE live in-studio guests. Third would be Sheila Dean, from, talking about her 5/11 Campaign to educate people about May 11th, which is when the first RFID legislation is supposed to come into law. 

Sheila says go to, and go check out their documents section. I second that.

Also, here's some TX officials' numbers:

  • Rick Perry (512) 463-2000 
  • K Bailey Hutchison (202) 224 5922, ask her to look at HR 1351, it's in PA right now and has many co-sponors, but needs more!

Monday, April 21, 2008


So, I'd like to first draw some attention to some of Mr. Chertoff's statements come of late, behold:

In cyberspace they can't hear you scream

MEP Assaults Activists, Media Reports Opposite In Giant Smear Attempt


Oh, and please, watch some of Officer Jack-Boot.


Oh yeah, visit BRAVE NEW BOOKS
And check out our archives on might learn something.

    Wednesday, April 16, 2008

    Wednesday Stress-Fest

    Hello everyone,
    So, we've got a couple of special guests today, as well as some articles of particular interest. The latter being, for the most part, something we brought up several weeks ago. Alex Jones brought this up on his show yesterday in greater detail; it was a book review in Austin's very own paper The Austin American Statesman, entitled:

    Also, Mr. Banksy pulled off another awesome demonstration. Please, check it out. If you're not familiar with his work, I beg you, go to

    Today we also have Andy Pham on the show, whom is visiting Austin for the UT Stress-Fest, an event on campus that's supposed to expose students to natural/alternative forms of stress-relief. Here's an article from UT's Daily Texan.

    Also, today on the show, we'll have Nancy Robbins and Katie Brewer who are going to be hosting a new show on WTPRN(.com) called "Liberty Cafe". You can listen in this coming Saturday at 10:00 pm - 12:00 am CST.

    Oh yeah, visit BRAVE NEW BOOKS
    And check out our archives on might learn something.

    Monday, April 14, 2008

    Looks like somebody's got a case of the Mondays...

    I do. But that doesn't mean that you have to! Here are some super fun stories to brighten your lovely Monday. This is fun. 

    Friday, April 11, 2008

    Help Us Help You

    Here's da links:

    US war robots in Iraq 'turned guns' on fleshy comrades

    Check out "Cracking the Code" at Also, be sure to check out the tax form "4852" through the IRS.


    Oh yeah, and here's a video of Boston Dynamic's very own "big dog" quadra-ped robot:

    Here's a video about Internet 2 via Fox News:

    Also, here's a great video of the one, the only, Ron Paul. Keeping it real, as usual:

    Wednesday, April 9, 2008

    After a rough start, Jon told us about the lecture he attended, "Stealing an Election," by David Jefferson. Mr. Jefferson is a computer science professor @ UT and discussed how easy it would be to steal an election (as you may have guessed).

    We also announced the impending visit of G. Edward Griffin; he'll be here April 29th in Jester, Room 121A, @ 21st Street and Speedway on the UT Campus. We'll have more details soon enough...

    Next, we began talking about Jesse Ventura and his view that the 2nd Ammendment of the U.S.' Constitution is for the citizens to rise against the government should it ever become tyrranical...

    Hannity and Colmes Interview:

    Colbert Report Interview:

    We then began our weekly segment with Sheila Dean; she also brought on Mark Lerner, who can be reached @; if you contact him, he can send you some documents on RealID and DLA (Driver's License Agreement), which you can then send to your state legislators so they can fight it in their respective Legislatures.

    Erin also told us about H.R. 5405, which enacts a sort of super-social security card; it should be noted that this could be a work-around in case RealID fails (we'd still have a national ID-card). She was also gracious enough to provide us with a few links:

    Contact your U.S. Representative @:

    H.R. 5405:

    More H.R. 5405 info:

    Mark over @ also informed us that many 9/11 videos on GoogleVideo are being destroyed? This could be tied to his posting links on many popular 9/11-Truth websites (i.e. is mainly a portal website; Erin also told us that her website has broken links and interestingly enough, all her broken links are related to the North American Union...kind of creepy...

    Another corollary, this could be some kind of false-flag event to promote Internet 2.0, perhaps? Casey told us that the new CERN Super Collider, though it could unleash black holes upon the Earth, it also marks the beginning of the first servers of Internet 2.0 coming online (that's in July, btw...).

    Matt brought up the article of Life Prison Terms for Filipino rice thieves:

    And Casey also brought up this:

    I know it looks funny, but he actually had a salient point: the government makes mistakes!

    Matt used the classic 'segue from hell' to mention that Phillip Zelikow will be on the UT Austin campus tomorrow! He'll be in the Brown Room on the 10th floor of the LBJ library @ 5PM; he's basically a complete Neocon who helped change our election systems in 2001 and was the co-chair of the 9/11 Commission Report, interestingly enough...! Be sure to be polite, but definitely make your questions...pointed...

    Info here:

    Hope you enjoyed the show!

    Cya Friday,
    Here are some links for you's,

    ***the above link has all the phone numbers for financial committees; RING THEIR PHONES OF THEIR HOOKS!!!***

    Friday, April 4, 2008

    Liberty = Hitler Youth?

    Apparently so,

    At least according to 

    the Austin American Statesman:

    Also, check out this

     article from Black Listed News:

    Oh yeah, and go see Zardoz.

    Wednesday, April 2, 2008

    This and That

    Hello there,
    Here are a couple of events that are coming that may be of interest to you:

    Thursday, April 3, 2008 at 7:00 PM


    Sholz Garten
    1607 San Jacinto 
    Austin , TX 78704

    Who should come

    Everyone who wants to continue our work in keeping the government in check!


    We will be discussing what comes next for the Austin Ron Paul Revolution.
    Don't Mess With Our Texas Turf
    Saturday, APRIL 5th March on the Capital here on old Austin, TX! PROTEST THE TTC!
    -March down Congress Avenue then rally on the south Capitol steps in Austin. The march begins at 12:15pm (line up at 11:45am). Rally from 1-4pm. 
    NOLA Protest

    And, from our friends at

    And here's another from, strangely,

    Monday, March 31, 2008

    Case of the Mondays

    Here are a couple of stories we got from the local paper, "The Austin American Statesman":


    Also, if you're in Hayes County here in Texas, please check out Bill Huddleston for Sheriff.


    And, just for some fun...
    Disclaimer: PNAC Radio does not necessarily endorse any of the above three links, but we do support you questioning your reality...but I don't know that these links are going to help you do that. Anyway, have a good time laughing, for once...


    Also, here is the video that we talked to Terry about today that shows Danny Riley up in NH...

    Friday, March 28, 2008

    Allegory of the Cave

    First off, we started talking about differences between the fantastic works of 1984 and Brave New World, mostly in regard to the different dystopian worlds they depicted. 


    Oh yeah, visit BRAVE NEW BOOKS

    And don't hesitate to write us at 

    And please do check out our archives on might hear something you're not supposed to!


    Wednesday, March 26, 2008

    Citizine & Such

    A hoy,
    First off, a video for your enjoyment from our Gary Franchi confronting Tom Ridge, the former director of Homeland Security:


    Also, on the show today we have Thom White, creator of the locally made magazine CITIZINE. 


    And here is a video from our friends at Prison Planet. I wonder if they're planning on using this training...also check out the second clip, which is all about EMD shock bracelets that might be your new flight ticket...


    Also, for the REAL ID weekly segment, we had Sheila, creator of Beat The Chip, on the show to discuss some actions we can take against READ ID legislation. Check out her site at:

    Also, here are the phone numbers for John Cornyn:

    Also check out so you can learn yourself something about lobbying, lobbyists, and what role money plays in Washington (hint: it's important). 


    And in financial news...


    Oh yeah, visit BRAVE NEW BOOKS

    And don't hesitate to write us at 

    And please do check out our archives on might hear something you're not supposed to!


    Tuesday, March 25, 2008

    Loose End Links

    Hello all,
    Here are some links from our financial guru in-training, Alex the Bruce: