nikonspotter wrote:I think he's doing a good job at making people aware that there is a secretive government.
but I hate him for being too commercial/macho/godlike. I really want to see whats going on behind the scene.
I, sometimes, find it very hard to watch his videos seriously. in a 40 minute episode you have 20 minutes quality information, the rest is just sensation.
If you look at how the cameraman films, how jesse keeps repeating things over and over, how obvious it is that his reactions are fake, the more doubts I begin to have.
He may be a navy seal and governor but he was also a wrestler......?? (he doesn't mention that, i know why lol)
But he DOES bring different perspective to the theories.
my conclusion :
Without the sensation / awesomeness, most people won't watch his series (too boring, etc...)
If he wasn't so famous in america, people will not believe him
In my point of view, he needs/wants to earn money so he can proceed with his work.
I still prefer to watch whistleblowers talk about the subject than him.
please watch this, this guy knows exaclty what I mean:
http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/fe0c63 ... se-ventura
If you want a greater context for the subjects on his show, look for it. It's over the top and sensational, like you said, but it has already been pointed out that it is a television show, so it needs to produce ratings. This show is about "conspiracies", so you could understand why it would be produced and marketed this way, as you also mentioned. My guess would be he understood that, and decided it was still worthwhile (I'm sure money factored in, too, but it does for everyone to some degree and that doesn't mean it was his main consideration). What is the "work" you think he needs money for, though?
The video was pretty obvious, I like funny or die sometimes but that was fairly uninspired. It is kind of funny that he was involved with "pro" wrestling, though. He's talked about it before and honestly, I can't really fault his rational. It was work, he had fun doing it. He calls it "theater", which is basically an acknowledgment that it's bullshit and not to be taken seriously. It would probably be fun, if you were already into bodybuilding, or running and jumping...whatever they do.
I reiterate, I would give Jesse Ventura a high-five.
-Bob Motherfucking Ross
noetic wrote:OK but what do you think about the fact that he is on illuminati controlled msm exposing the liiuminati? why would they shoot themselves in the foot like that? what is there to gain from this? we all acknowledge that it is great that somebody on msm is talking about this but don't miss the forest for the trees.
i think you're giving TPTB too much credit, not everyone is a dis-info agent or untrustworthy. sometimes it's just regular people working for a mega corporation making a small amount of money from an obscure audience. and sometimes politicians that don't last long are honest people trying to affect positive change.
my grandmother was living in Italy during WW2 then later moved to canada, to judge her as an enemy or spy just based on her roots is a little knee-jerk. similar to what you're doing with JV. judge the man on his accomplishments or deeds, not on where hes been and your perceived status of said organizations.
it's good to question everything and not take anyone's word, but i get the feeling you detest people like pindz (who gobble up anything that fits their paradigm) so you swing too far to the other side. in other words throwing out the baby with the bathwater. it's good to be skeptical but IMO it's more important to be honest with yourself.
in case you haven't seen "conspiracy of silence here it is.
here is another great documentary that I'm pretty sure was also pulled right before air-date,"hacking democracy"
these are shows that were also made for illuminati controlled msm and at the last minute they were pulled from broadcast,yet they allow jv to be aired.
That is a huge red-flag right there.if your going to follow somebody be sure to pay attention to where your being led and what is the motive to go there,and remember always follow the money.
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