Send In The Clowns – with Meria and David McGowan

tumblr_lm6snm18RW1qcxi2ko1_cover9/18/13 SEND IN THE CLOWNS with Meria and Dave McGowan. Our thoughts on the Navy Yard Shooting; obviously scripted, you can make a check list on these shootings they are so predictable;always an intelligence factor, multiple shooters then a lone gunman, mental problems, prescription drugs; Fort Hood shooting; security at military bases? this guy had 2 priors and prior knowledge of his mental condition – so they may have wanted it to happen  - why? Mabus & Nostradamus; the new “Shelter in Place” another word for martial law; tattoos and your freedom; smart phones and tracking devices; smart meters/cars; dog shootings by cops; out of control cops putting us under control; Understand the F Word, Fascism and the Politics of Illusions, Dave’s first book in 2000 – no one’s laughing now; “Programmed to Kill”; Dave’s new book on Laurel Canyon “Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon, Laurel Canyon Covert Ops and the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream” and much more.





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8 Responses to "Send In The Clowns – with Meria and David McGowan"

  1. pbraunschweiler says:

    Another fabulous “Send In The Clowns”! I really do believe that the American people are being programmed to accept “Martial Law”…Sadly, it seems to be working. I’m looking forward to Dave’s new book! Thanks to you both for all you do!

  2. Meria says:

    Thanks Patricia! It seems whenever Dave & I don’t have a specific topic to cover we go all over the place and have fun with it. I enjoyed it too! Thanks for being such a good supporter of the show. Hugs!

  3. andie says:

    I have been on a number of military bases, both overseas and US. Most people don’t have weapons on these facilities. I was in the reserves; and don’t know what the rules are for people living on the bases vis a vis concealed carry, but essentially the only armed personnel are the MP’s.

    They have armories, yes, but those are usually used for training purposes. Many people on bases are civilian workers who are not in the military per se.

    When I went to Ft. Lewis and McChord in WA state, you showed your ID at the gate, there is no vehicle search (1980′s). I don’t know how it is now. I doubt if they have searches for the simple reason that it would slow down traffic significantly.

    I work at a port area now which has security – when they had code orange alerts (or whatever the govt put out that was considered a high risk terrorism alert) they would only have spot check of vehicles.

    The port area now has cruise ships coming and going, and there is virtually no security on those days when the ships are being loaded because they need to sail on time.

  4. Meria says:

    Doesn’t that seem rather insane, not having armed security on military bases?

  5. andie says:

    When I was at Ft. Sam Houston in the late 80′s, it was a totally open base – anyone could drive onto it, no ID needed. We were warned constantly not to go out at night alone and that travelling between barracks (about 100 ft. trip) could get you mugged or raped, whether you were male or female. Ft Sam was Jeffery Dahmer’s alma mater (Medic training).

    Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan was the most difficult to get onto (as a civilian in the 90′s) because it has a nuclear sub. I did not see any armed personnel there.

    The other bases (Zama, Yokota) were easy to get into because the Japanese guards would let anyone in who had a non-Japanese face.

    I knew the head of base security at Yokota – knew his daughter – he was CIA – his wife was a secy with the CIA on base. I have been told that these bases are far bigger underground (offices, etc) than they are above ground. I met a number of CIA there ( long story) – one had a cover job as an instructor at the base college.

    It might interest people to know that the Army Psyops school used to be in Dallas (it has since moved).

  6. Meria says:

    pretty interesting.

  7. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    It’s always a pleasure editing your books. It’s the only “job” I have where I receive more value than I give! XOXO

  8. Meria says:

    I appreciate every last edited word!

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