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The Allan Handelman Show
For November 16, 2014
The Allan Handelman Show deals with all issues relevant to the Rock Culture, not just music. Rock Stars, newsmakers, pop culture icons and always the most amazing people in the world. Hear all sides of the story and listen to a variety of media. Then, make up your own mind. It's the Talk Show for people who don't even listen to talk shows.
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It's the Talk Show for people who don't even listen to talk shows. This week you will be glued to the radio as Allan and his guests discuss the things you talk about with your friends when you're alone.
This week on the Allan Handelman Show:
Ted Nugent with the real story behind some of his recent outbursts in the news.
Ben Fong Torres, the former editor & award-winning reporter for "Rolling Stone". His latest book is Grateful Dead Scrapbook: The Long, Strange Trip in Stories, Photos, and Memorabilia.
Daniel Estulin, Investigative journalist and author who specialize in investigating the Bilderberg Group. His latest book, Shadow Masters: An International Network of Governments and Secret-Service Agencies Working Together with Drugs Dealers and Terrorists for Mutual Benefit and Profit.
Jenny Lawson, a columnist and one of the most popular humor bloggers in America (200,000+ followers). Her new book is LET'S PRETEND THIS NEVER HAPPENED (A Mostly True Memoir), her childhood was David Copperfield meets Guns & Ammo Magazine.
Tonight we'll focus on Ted Nugent and the real story behind the headlines some of his comments provoked in recent weeks. Here's a link to the CBS Video where Ted took people by surprise. Ted Nugent gives us the real story tonight.
Jenny Lawson is a columnist and one of the most popular humor bloggers in America (200,000+ followers). Her blog, www.thebloggess.com, gets millions page views per month. Jenny lives in the Texas Hill country with her husband and daughter.
LET'S PRETEND THIS NEVER HAPPENED is a darkly comic memoir of a bizarrely loveable family, as well as infertility, anxiety disorder, OCD, and finding yourself through the mortifyingly weird moments of life. "I sometimes wonder what it would have been like to have a childhood that was not like mine," Lawson ponders. "I have no real frame of reference, but when I question strangers I've found that their childhood generally had much less blood in it, and also that strangers seem uncomfortable when you question them about their childhood. But really, what else are your going to talk about in line at the liquor store?"
Long before she was the world-famous "Bloggess," http://thebloggess.com/ sharing her irreverent, occasionally insane doings and observations with hundreds of thousands of blog visitors every month or her 200,000+ followers on Twitter, Jenny Lawson was just a kid growing up in rural West Texas. As Lawson tells it in her side-splitting new book, LET'S PRETEND THIS NEVER HAPPENED (A Mostly True Memoir), her childhood was David Copperfield meets Guns & Ammo Magazine—"Most people don't go out into the woods to catch armadillos so that their father can race them professionally," she points out—and things have gotten arguably more bizarre as she has settled into adulthood.
The book, The Hits Just Keep on Coming, comes with a CD packed with air-checks, and shows how the "Top 40 Rock" format became the on-air birthplace of Rock N Roll, the mouthpiece of the baby boomers, and even the savior of radio itself. It also relate the tragic early demise of many Top 40 personalities and show how the format survived and evolved to what we have today. Ben was a DJ on rock station KSAN for nine years, and was former managing editor of "Gavin", a leading publication for radio professionals.
How governments and their intelligence agencies are working with international drug dealers and terrorists for mutual benefit and profit
Daniel Estulin is a dangerous man to the status quo. Possessed, obsessed, tenacious and courageous, an award-winning international journalist, he is a man who thrives on controversy. He is our preeminent historian of the global elite, a scholar of remarkable breadth and erudition and one of the world's most outspoken public intellectuals. Estulin doesn't mince words and he doesn't hold back when naming names, like David Rockefeller, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush, and when identifying the cauldrons of chaos they have created. He exposes these and other "Shadow Masters" among the secret global power elite as the coolly vicious orchestrators of wars, terrorism, and grand-scale theft. Estulin also details the mind-boggling sums of money they reap from the proceeds of drug trafficking.
Served by minions with recognizable names like Oliver North, the Shadow Masters further their agendas using public monies and government resources around the world as if they personally owned them. Meanwhile, banks launder hundreds of billions of narco-dollars yearly. And perpetrators meet annually and off the record to discuss how to move their agendas forward. These Shadow Masters are well represented in Daniel Estulin's first book, The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, currently being made into a 100-million-dollar motion picture by Halcyon. Now, in page after page of Shadow Masters, Estulin provides equally egregious revelations.
Major actions of the last two decades are revealed as "move/countermove" in a grisly game of geopolitics, set against the background of a crumbling Soviet Union, a nascent Russia, bizarre assassinations, wars and diamond, drugs and arms smuggling.
Estulin documents how Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, working with the International Monetary Fund, deliberately set up the circumstances for the massive transfer of Russia's wealth into secret US and other offshore bank accounts, leaving a collapsed economy and millions of people penniless and starving by the early 1990s. This agenda had been prearranged at a number of Bilderberg gatherings.
Mind-blowing from the beginning, Estulin's book takes an even more astounding contemporary turn with his account of the sensationalistic nature of the international vilification campaign against Victor Bout, reputedly the largest weaponry dealer in the world. A former junior lieutenant in the Soviet Air Force, this "Lord of War" (yes, the movie character played by Nicholas Cage was supposedly based on Bout) began an aviation transport business in Africa after the fall of the USSR. As conflicts raged all over the continent and airlines pulled out, Bout gained control of almost all the air transport business in Africa. When his business profile heightened in two areas of great interest to the Bilderberger's Shadow Masters—arms and air transport—Bout now found himself an international pariah. An intense worldwide defamation campaign was launched, encompassing UN reports, press accounts, and a book titled Merchant of Death, by Douglas Farah who admittedly never met or interviewed Bout. The book's nickname for Bout is constantly parroted in the US media.
If this all sounds crazy, read Shadow Masters carefully. Estulin is inarguably the world's most daring and experienced reporter on the global power elite. He meticulously documents his reporting and has developed sources other journalists don't even know exist. Asked why he practices such a difficult and controversial brand of journalism, Estulin replies, "Because universal corruption and abuse of power and privileges at the deepest levels of society must be exposed and because I refuse to turn my back on inhumanity and violence."