Roddy Piper: Major Conspiracy for the New World Order

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“They’re targeting the kids and they’re telling them how to think.” – Roddy Piper

Roddy Piper on The Alex Jones Show: Get Podcast

Former WWF/WWE and NWA champion “Hot Rod” Roddy Piper did an interview for The Alex Jones Show today. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of John Carpenter’s They Live, Rowdy Roddy Piper agreed that there is a “major conspiracy for a New World Order” that includes “mind control, trying to dumb down society. Drugging society. It’s a major conspiracy for a New World Order.”

“This is the kind of thing that needs to be exposed to America,” Piper told Alex Jones. “They need to know they’re trying to put us asleep.”

The “Hot Rod” never shied away from vocalizing his true feelings, “I don’t like to be told what to do but I like to try to do the right thing.” Roddy Piper has a history of doing the right thing and asking real questions when others in the wrestling business won’t. During a live segment for TNA Wrestling, Roddy Piper asked former WWF writer Vince Russo, “Did you kill Owen Hart?”

Roddy Piper was referring to the late Owen Hart, who died accidentally during a live pay-per-view for the World Wrestling Federation (currently World Wrestling Entertainment). Controversy is something the Scottish Canadian was born into, according to his WWE documentary film Born To Controversy. It’s clear that anywhere the rowdy one goes, the truth is sure to follow.

Along with Jesse Ventura, Roddy Piper is one of the only wrestling legends from the 1980s who never held the WWF Heavyweight Championship, though he did capture the Intercontinental Championship on January 19, 1992. In various documentaries Hulk Hogan claimed Piper didn’t want to do “serious business” back in the 80s. In other words, Piper didn’t let Hogan pin him during the peak of Hulkamania. Yet Roddy Piper had no problem doing “business” with Bret Hart years later in the early 90s when he let Bret pin him for the WWF Intercontinental Championship at Wrestle Mania VIII.

Twenty five years after starring in John Carpenter’s They Live, Rowdy Roddy Piper appeared on the Alex Jones Show to talk about a host of issues, including the brainwashing of our children, the conflict in Syria, Jesse Ventura’s discussion with the CIA and breaking into the wrestling business at age 15.

According to what Piper told Jones, They Live “was more about Reaganomics at the time…it’s taken on a life of its own…it never gets old as we see the world evolve…the same things happening over and over again. It’s kind of like the cliff notes to what’s going on.” Roddy said John Carpenter “is a big activist” who also believes in the possibility of alien life-forms.

Alex asked Roddy what he enjoyed most about starring in They Live. “Not the fight,” Piper answered.

They Live – Fight Scene

They Live is based on the short story “Eight O’Clock in the Morning,” written by Ray Nelson.

Piper then told Jones his favorite part of the film is when his “character looks and says I believe in America.” “That’s the biggest statement of the entire movie.” Piper also believes the New World Order is targeting our kids, “they’re telling them how to think.”

Alex asked Piper why some people are easily brain-washed and others are not, “You have to live within the system to be programmed.”

Who is They from Piper’s point of view? “They was the propaganda the world was shoving down our throats.”

Asked about Syria, Piper agreed it’s time to take a stand. “I think the real men of the world have to stand up and say, “I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I am all out of bubblegum.” It’s time to take a stand, boys.”

 
 
 
 

 
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