No I don’t hate Tarpley, or any human being. I reserve my hate for the devil. What I witnessed while watching Infowars.com‘s coverage of the 2012 Puppet Election really frustrated me. Yes, we are all sick of the infighting. But it’s not a fight if one person ignores the other. Some call that taking the high-road. The purpose of this article is to spread a little truth about Webster Griffin Tarpley and where he stands on Gun Rights, Libertarians, Ron Paul, flu shots and diet soda. From his point of view, the Federal Reserve did not lift a finger to get Barack Obama re-elected. What do you think?
According to what Webster Griffin Tarpley told Alex Jones on the night of the 2012 Presidential Election, “The problem for people in the Libertarian world is that they think austerity is a great thing – and that they’re gonna criticize Obama that he doesn’t have enough genocidal austerity in the program, right? He doesn’t have as many killer-cuts in the program as Ron Paul, right?” When he says, “I didn’t support any damn Republican all the way through this cycle; who was proposing genocide against the American people. Cause that’s where I drew the line,” I’m not sure if he’s talking about Ron Paul or Mitt Romney. The beginning and the end of the conversation has been transcribed to let people who may not have listened to the Infowars.com special coverage of the 2012 Puppet Election like I did on Prison Planet.TV judge for themselves if the title of this opinion-piece article is true. Tarpley does not believe the Federal Reserve helped Obama get back in office. But he does get his flu shot, and he tried to get Alex to get one too. For these reasons, I believe that Tarpley is the smartest turd in the toilet bowl. The toilet bowl of collectivism and communism. Long live the Republic. Tarpley has done a lot for he Truth Movement, perhaps much more than me. But I’m half his age.
SEMI-TRANSCRIPT (mostly the beginning and end. You can download the November 6th, 2012 Special Election Coverage for the full interview. I can help if you have trouble finding it.)
ALEX JONES – “How is it feeling right now Webster, and I’m sure you’ve had your flu shot this season and you’re probably having a Diet Coke to celebrate it all. Webster, good to have you with us.”
W. TARPLEY – “That’s right Alex, and I don’t live in fear that the end of the world is gonna take place every week and I generally try not to live in fear, and I don’t take council of my fears as much as I can.”
Alex apologizes for joking around with Mr. Tarpley and then continues to joke around about the Leprechaun 5 movie, asking Tarpley to quote some lines from the movie, Leprechaun In The Hood.
“You want me Gold?” Tarpley responds. “Me Gold! Me Gold! Ron Paul’s campaign model and his campaign song is ‘Lep in the hood, out to do no good, Lep in the hood, out to do no good.’”
“Words to live by,” replies Alex.
Eventually the two discuss the Presidential Election and battling Obama on austerity to come!
W. TARPLEY – “The problem for people in the Libertarian world is that they think austerity is a great thing – and that they’re gonna criticize Obama that he doesn’t have enough genocidal austerity in the program, right? He doesn’t have as many killer-cuts in the program as Ron Paul, right? A lot of these people wanted to completely abolish Social Security. Remember the difference between Romney and Obama. Obama’s the death of a thousand cuts. Romney is the Texas Chainsaw massacre, where you’re a bloody pulp within a few minutes.”
Alex Jones stops Tarpley and tells him, “The establishment wanted Obama on almost every front…”
W. TARPLEY – “No.”
ALEX JONES – “…because [Obama] can sell the fraud better.”
W. TARPLEY – “No. I don’t think so because in order to do that you’d have to say, ‘What about the warm welcome that Romney got at the Bilderberger Group? What about the fact that Wall Street money went to Romney over Obama?’”
ALEX JONES – “Do you know [Romney] was really [at the Bilderberger meeting]? I never saw proof of that.”
W. TARPLEY – “Yes well, it’s as proven as anything else in such a meeting; that Wall Street gave more money – if you count the PACs, the Super-PACs, and the Romney campaign – he had more money. And the Federal Reserve. Did the Federal Reserve lift a finger to get Obama re-elected? I don’t think so. You get Q.E. 3 about thirty, forty days before the election, whatever it was; two months at the most. And that’s not time enough to get the uptick that would’ve allowed Obama to cruise more effectively. So I don’t see any evidence that the ruling class wanted Obama.”
ALEX JONES – “Yeah, but all rearranging deck chairs.”
W. TARPLEY – “No it’s not. Here’s the difference…with Romney, the Republican Party is demographically doomed, in the sense that it’s the party of reactionary white men who are bigots, and who are anti-foreigner and-”
ALEX JONES – “And don’t forget, don’t wanna turn their guns in.”
W. TARPLEY – “I don’t care about, their guns are not a factor…I don’t care about their hobbies. This is who they are.”
ALEX JONES – “Oh their hobbies…the hobby of wanting to have guns, when every other culture’s been disarmed to be slaves.”
W. TARPLEY – “I don’t care about this issue one way or another…”
ALEX JONES – “Tarpley, why don’t you endorse the Second Amendment?…I wanna hear you endorse the right to keep and bear arms.”
W. TARPLEY – “Sure. Whatever the State decides, some places don’t want it…New York City doesn’t want it. Massachusetts doesn’t want it. I don’t care about this. This is a wedge issue, OK? The more we focus on this, the bigger dupes and cretins we are.”
The topic moved back to Romney and all his problems.
Towards the end of the conversation –
TARPLEY – “This whole Libertarian construct has collapsed and it’s discredited.” “The American people tonight said No to the Tea Party. The Tea Party had pulled the Republican Party so far to the extreme…”
ALEX – “Webster I know you’re a smart guy but, you like aspartame, I’ve seen you. You like McDonalds. And you think its like a proletariat thing that you’re with the people taking the flu shot.”
TARPLEY – “Look, what are we? Do we want to be mass leaders or do we wanna be lifestyle freaks and petty boisseau food fadists?”
ALEX – “So…It’s like a macho thing that you can take the flu shot every year and still walk?”
TARPLEY – “My God. Why are we so obsessed with trivia? Too obsessed with trivia.”
ALEX – “You think GMO and vaccines is trivia? That’s where they’re getting us Webster.”
TARPLEY – “I’m looking at the issues where it’s possible to organize a mass base -”
ALEX – “Webster, the real revolution is against the injections the eugenicists are hitting us with. How many flu shots have you had Webster?”
TARPLEY – “Alex, get serious or I’ve gotta go-”
ALEX – “I know you’ve gotta go. No you’ve told me I should get my flu shot in the car. You’ve proselytized me.”
TARPLEY – “So what? So what? Is that heresy?…You know how many people die of the flu each year?”
ALEX – “It’s more like 2,000. They claim it’s 35,000. It’s a fraudulent number.”
TARPLEY – “Is it? Well, I don’t know. But I don’t believe the world is ending net week. And I don’t live in fear. And I don’t take council of my fears and I think it’s pretty clear perspective.”
ALEX – “Well then why not drink cyanide and go, ‘I’m not fearing,’ and…how about jump off a thousand-foot bridge and say, ‘I don’t fear.’”
Tarpley makes it clear, from his point of view, “Alex nobody,nobody, nobody in the world has done more than me to expose Obama. I exposed Obama. I exposed Romney. The one enemy of this ruling class is me. That’s my record and I didn’t support any damn Republican all the way through this cycle; who was proposing genocide against the American people. Cause that’s where I drew the line. So there it is. My record, I stand on my record. I’m proud of my record.”
ALEX – “Did you take your flu shot this year?”
TARPLEY – “Come on Alex. Get serious, get serious. Have you stopped beating your wife. These are questions that people-”
ALEX – “I didn’t say in a car with you you better beat your wife, Tarpley.”
TARPLEY – “What are you talking about.”
ALEX – “You’ve lectured me that I need to take my government injections because it’s proof that I’m part of -”
TARPLEY – “…that’s the trivia, get the big picture.”
ALEX – “You have literally told me I should drink Diet Coke and I should inject merc[ury-]pharmaceuticals.”
TRAPLEY – “If you were on the road, you’d do what you have to do.”
Then the conversation is over.
“Let me say goodnight to you Alex.”
“Alright Webster, you have a good evening.”