August 18, 2013
Sunday:The Alex Jones Show. The War On The Moral Mind of America.
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On this important Sunday edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks down the rapidly escalating trend of society and cultural norms melting down and how this disastrous shift in civility will get worse over the short term. Along with dissolving civility and the dissolution of cultural norms, Alex looks at the alarming prospect of imploding birth rates and exploding death rates. He also covers the quickly moving situation in Egypt as that strategic North African country erupts in violent anarchy and civil war. Other subjects on today's worldwide broadcast include the mass drugging our troops by the government, new and expanding attacks on free speech by the politically correct regime in the government and its corporate media propaganda machine, and the scary prospect of a larger and far more deadly and portentous Fukushima disaster.
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