January 09, 2021

Jeff Rense Radio Show - 2021.01.08

Jeff Rense is an American anti-New World Order activist. He hosts a website at Rense.com and is the radio talk-show host of the Jeff Rense Program. His show broadcasts on internet radio. The website and show often discuss topics such as 9/11, World War II revisionism, Zionism, contemporary geopolitical developments, alternative medicines and some more eccentric aspects such as Ufology.

Download Hour 1 - Madeline Gerwick  - January To Be Explosive The Entire Month (Realy???)

Download Hour 2 - Bruce Pearson  - UFO Recovery Teams, Top Secret Artifacts And Forgotten Heroes Of WW2 The Story Of PT 492

Download Hour 3 - Bruce Pearson  - UFO Recovery Teams, Top Secret Artifacts And Forgotten Heroes Of WW2 The Story Of PT 492

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Zeebra said...

Fri night Rense "psychics & UFOs" shows are as much of a write-off as his 3rd hour most weeknights, split between Niman & Oates lately /rolleyes

Panzerfaust said...

A business astrology consultant lmao

jumping snake said...

thanks for the jeff rense stuff always appreciated

Panzerfaust said...

Found something interesting about (((UFOs)))

An incredible report from Babak Taghvaee in the latest issue of Combat Aircraft magazine. According to Taghvaee, the Iranian air force’s fleet of 1970s-vintage F-14 Tomcat fighters have spent the last nine years chasing around mysterious flying, glowing objects over Iran’s nuclear facilities.

The Iranians believe the objects are spy drones belonging to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, sent to sniff out Tehran’s suspected atomic weapons program. But they attribute to these alleged Unmanned Aerial Vehicles flight characteristics and capabilities far beyond what any known drone can achieve. And just last year one of the alleged flying robots apparently also shot down an F-14 attempting to intercept it. Or at least some Iranians seem to believe so.

The UAVs could jam radars and disrupt interceptors’ navigation systems. They flew “outside the atmosphere” at speeds of up to Mach 10. They could hover. Flying at night, they emitted a telltale blue light that led to their nickname: “luminous objects.”

“In several cases … F-14s faced them but were unable to operate their armament systems properly,” Taghvaee writes. One Tomcat taking off to intercept a luminous object on Jan. 26, 2012 mysteriously exploded, killing both crewmen. Taghvaee implies the alleged UAV was somehow responsible, as the F-14 in question was “one of the fittest” of the 40 or so Tomcats then in service.