Revolt of the Plebs Broadcast Nov 29, 2012

His greatness Keith Johnson interviews Brian Terrell, sentenced to 6 months federal prison for peaceful protest of America’s use of drones.

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  1. #1 by 30.06 on November 30, 2012 - 1:52 am

  2. #2 by drone nation on November 30, 2012 - 3:26 am

    protest is a waste of time, it changes nothing except that the protester gets flushed out of the crowd and then harassed, prosecuted or worse

    the rule of law is over, anyone can fly a drone over any area, extrajudicial assassinations by drone can be done by anyone with a drone, that is the new standard, this is much the same as freedom of the press belongs to anyone with a press, now anyone with a drone can fly the drone anywhere and do with it what they will including kamikaze or fire projectiles

    israel flies drones over Iran, Iran flies them over Israel, the US is flying drones over many nations, and its really no different than anyone can look down on the earth with a spy satellite, well the drone is lower

    the US kills thousands with drones, they seem to like to blow up wedding parties, especially women and children, anyone can fly drones over America, whats to stop them? law? rules? lol

    we live in a new era, there are no rules, anyone can build a drone and set it flying right across a nation’s border, right over a military base or capital, what’s to stop them?


  3. #3 by drone nation on November 30, 2012 - 3:48 am

  4. #4 by persnipoles on November 30, 2012 - 3:59 am

    Here’s the playlist guest mentions. I wouldn’t have called that ‘goose-stepping;’ just not what it looks like. But yes: low-life, for-show. and for intimidation.

    Audio was actually very soft on either end of the interview –not much is that soft full blast on this machine. Interview was clear enough.

  5. #5 by Chris on November 30, 2012 - 4:59 am

    Great show again Keith – thanks.

    Here is the link that was mentioned:

  6. #6 by Lindsey on November 30, 2012 - 5:00 am

    VIVA THE NATION OF PALESTINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    This is how each nation voted in the election for Palestine:

    This is a truly historic day for all of us.


  7. #7 by aj on November 30, 2012 - 7:34 am

    Protest prods the awakening sheeple. Protest is an opportunity to educate. Protest needs to be increased. Protest encourages others to do a little more. Protest makes the morons and criminals think.

  8. #8 by Ingrid B on November 30, 2012 - 10:20 am

    The arrests of peaceful protesters, is just the beginning of what`s in store..

    The rat`s nests, which laughingly refer to themselves as “government”, seriously need to be cleaned out, not just in the US, but also in the UK, France, Germany, Canada, and Australia..

    Isn`t there a provision in place, whereby citizens can call for the dissolution of government?

  9. #9 by Ingrid B on November 30, 2012 - 10:29 am

    re. the video posted by persnipolis,#4, ‘goose-stepping`? how about calling it the “pig`s jewstep” ?

  10. #10 by Egeria on November 30, 2012 - 7:00 pm

    A very big THANKS to Keith for yesterday’s program with his courageous guest. His every program is of such high quality and his human kindness comes across strong and powerful, and we feel so blessed.

    When we think our protest is useless, let us not forget that our brothers and sisters in far-away countries are killed every single day for no other reason than being Muslims that the Chosen Ones want to eliminate, forcing us western goyim to do the dirty work for them.

    Our protests are love letters to the orphans and the widows, and the helpless fathers, telling them: Your children are our children, and we will not abandon you.
    And our protests are the accusations being read out to our criminal governments who impoverish our societies for the sake of the Organized Jewry and send our children to fight Israel’s wars and kill people who have never harmed us.
    And our protests are messages of rage to the Chosen Ones, telling them: We curse you and we’ll get at your jugular sooner than you think and you’ll have to pay a heavy price for every life you took and every tear you caused to the little ones.

  11. #11 by Egeria on November 30, 2012 - 7:49 pm

    … So we salute Keith Johnson who engages in his own protest every Tuesday speaking for all of us – and we salute his brave guest Brian Terrell, and all those who put their safety and and their freedom on the line when confronting the oppressors. And we will do our best to live up to their example.

  12. #12 by drone free for all on December 1, 2012 - 12:03 am

    At the beginning of this clip notice how everyone laughs when Obama jokes about the use of drones

    Jew run Amerika, a high tech police state that murders 4th worlders with flying robots.

  13. #13 by pg56 on December 1, 2012 - 12:51 am

    The you tube video, so kindly posted by persnipoles, on the protest at Whiteman AFB, shows soldiers who are nothing more than programmed machines. One by one, people all around the world gladly and willingly give up their humanity and each one has its reasons for doing so. That’s why it’s important to go out and protest in the flesh like Brian Terrell. Even if the protests never accomplish anything, they are a way to publicly announce your own humanity and your unwillingness to sacrifice it. I RESIST THE DE-HUMANIZATION and BRUTALIZATION OF THE WORLD! Also at protests you get to observe how law enforcement and, in this case, the military behaves. At Whiteman AFB, these drones behind the masks and shields, let’s call them un-brained ground vehicles, were bizarre, truly bizarre, with their fancy footwork and beating of the chest. They didn’t look real but had to be robots. An adult human would be embarrassed to participate in such a spectacle.

  14. #14 by drone free for all on December 1, 2012 - 3:26 am

    The Case and the Movement Against Armed Drones

    “Drone victims are 98% innocent civilians according to a recent Stanford/NYU study. The other 2% are targeted victims of murder without charge, trial, due process, or in many cases even knowledge of the target’s name.

    Drones buzzing over houses traumatize children before they kill them. That those children are (in most cases) not American hardly diminishes the immorality.

    Drones are rapidly being developed and deployed by other nations. It is time for Americans to ask themselves: Do I support the equal right of other nations to kill with drones in the United States?”

    What people don’t realize that a precedent has been set, anyone can fly a drone and kill anyone else anywhere.

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