Heather Locklear, CIA, Europe discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory


And we're getting ready for the no here in North Carolina. Yeah. I mean, you could are how close are you to the to the Appalachian ridge over there in the western part of the state. Well, ashville is I'm about one hundred sixty or seventy miles from there. I'm kind of in the center of the state, but even here there kind of associating somewhere between I don't know like four to maybe it's possibly nine or ten inches. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, even if you're getting snow like that in the Piedmont, it's going to be trouble. I was just looking at at what's coming into how how far it's going to travel. So beat do be careful and thanks for jumping in. Where do you wanna go here with open lines? I wanted to get your opinion. I wanted to call in a few weeks ago, but I wasn't feeling. Well, what do you? What's your taken? Hold -pinion on the whole Heather Locklear downward spiral because I hadn't since the summer. And then of course, she was on the front cover of a supermarket tabloid wicked apparently not doing any better. So yeah, what what he's referring to is that this. Stories kind of well documented in a way because of her continued run ins with police, and that she whether it's driving or being accused of being violent is that Heather Locklear who at one point was kind of America's sweetheart, you know, kind of the typical. Kind of the the blonde beauty with some brains. I mean, she she really was you know, she she wasn't she she wasn't a dopey actress. And she seemed like a really interesting person. I think yeah. I mean, I my opinion is I read about some of the tabloid stuff. This is this is what happened mental illness can come to anybody, and it comes in all sorts of different forms and manic depression. Whether it's other other types of soft psychosis as opposed to like, some of the harder stuff that happens. It's enough to throw somebody off and then when you're under the celebrity spotlight. Everything looks bad. I feel sorry for, but it's pretty obvious that she like a lot of other people in this country seemed to be breaking down. And I think you're downward spiral is a is a is apt. What do you think of it? Why did you bring it up? It's interesting that you that you focused on that. Well, now, some of the younger generation may not be familiar with her. But I pretty much grew up watching her on television. I mean, she. It's such a staple on many of the show. She was on dynasty TJ Hooker time at the same time. Which is even usually she was on to hit shows at the same time. That's how she was. Yeah. I mean, she was just the basically the staple of American television in the eighties and nineties, and I had always been a big fan of her. And I know she had even when she was on Melrose pray. She had an on again off again relationship with Jack Wagner. I know. And I mean, I've just you know, until recently, I just never I was thought Peres pretty much being, you know, somewhat stable and granted purrs she'd been portrayed Hilary Duff's mother in the movie called the perfect man years ago. And you know, it really is. I'm really quite. By that she's doing so badly and so poorly. Yeah. I think it's a good reminder that no matter nothing puts us in a bubble. You know, nothing. There's no force field out there that can protect us from things like that. And I hope she continues to get the help that she needs without having it compounded everywhere by paparazzi who are cataloging misbehavior. But your point is taken. I'm glad you brought up that is different don's in Kent Ohio on a wildcard line on coast to coast AM done brother, unhappy Sabbath. That's right. And for that matter. Happy Hannukah to for those. Yeah. Hey, no, local Christian radio program did an interview with a former leader legal counsel the World Bank. Karen, who's who thought that the CIA was running the country and was shocked to find out that it was the Jesuits directly running the country in one of the callers referred to the CIA Catholics and action. I grew up Catholic I'm shocked at some of these revelations. I I was like. Like, I mean for people who don't know what makes Jesuits so special in their Scholasticism the Jesuit and with their they're sort of an elite order not everybody can become a Jesuit. They have been often referred to as sort of the Vatican's secret agents, and they would to the degree. That's true. I don't know. But I've always I kind of appreciate that about the Jesuits that they they really are kind of a unique group. I do I really don't believe that anybody runs the country. I just I think so many of those things are modeled. After that old anti-semitic troop trope about. About the the kind of octopus. Like tentacles that go out into the world like spectre kind of the thing. So I don't think that's true. But it's I mean and on a Protestant seems like a Protestant kind of radio station. I think they probably love to point the finger at the Catholic churches, it's it's unfair. But it's it's also sort of time tested, and there's a lot of people that would probably go into that. Why would you think the Jesuits are running the world? What what what was their best most convincing piece of evidence that the Jesuits her behind everything will banned from Europe by the pope, they were disenfranchised by the pope, then all of a sudden they became brothers in the Lord again, but all the leading right members the highest echelon of German Reich in World War Two were Jesuit were Jesuit trained. And then the Castro brothers moved to Dylan the weather were Jesuit. With train, and it was interesting that this pope with the help of you know, Barack Obama ending about seven years of sanctions against Cuba without any knowledge of the congress. So they were banned in Europe for their dealings in politics or supposed to be this separation of church and state now with the Jesuits, they're everywhere. Well, okay. But. This again, I would argue sort of a game of numbers. And if you're gonna have a Catholic education, really there's like there's probably two main organizations the Franciscans. And then the Jesuits, and it's two slightly different styles in terms of Catholic education. But some of the biggest universities have been run by Jesuits. I don't think that just going to a Catholic university. Like as you mentioned some important people in history. Have I don't think that that's proof that somehow they're part of some of all that's running the world. By sheer numbers. A lot of people will have been associated with the Jesuits. I think it's kind the same thing. I hear when people accused the the church of latter day saints for having the same type of influence. I need a lot more proof before I come to that. But I I appreciate the call. I it's interesting thought I haven't heard that theory in a while. And I'll get to know the open call. You're just a second. But I will say this idea. Remember earlier this week on another. Radio show, or perhaps, it's a it's a it's a podcast just the other day. Somebody defended it was a it was a kind of radical, right? Christian minister who is on the air in some form. And he was saying that it was. He was calling into question. Why people were jumping on President Trump's case for not saying the apostles creed. Neither he nor Malania did during the Bush funeral. And he said, well, you know, it's we don't need the apostles creed. You don't it's not essential to being Christian. He was he was better off not saying it, and then he kind of talked about it being one of these artificial things that, you know, exists in Christianity there that are that are not good for the church. And so you don't have to be you don't have to be you could be a Christian and not observe the apostles creed. Or be able to talk about it's probably better that you don't. That was his conclusion. And I think that's just so silly. I mean, the apostles creed is is like the central core arguments. Christianity, I think he was confusing over the nice scene creed, which is a little more legalistic approach for the apostles creed is essentially a restating of the baptism avows. And what's more central to the Christian, faith and baptismal vows? Anyway, I didn't get his argument. And I don't think it's true. I go to listen Charles is in Elgin, Texas on coast to coast AM, Charles. Hey there in. Yeah. You know? Kind of I kind of still kind of interested in this whole sort of cover up long, arm and just cover up thing. And and things like, you know, that thing that happened in Houston with the cardiologists is there anybody still kind of you know, interested in. Well, I guess maybe inflammation or pursuing. You know, some of the more recent cover up actions, you know, whether facination or what have you? I mean, I of have a personal interest in us, I suppose because. I was told here before last when they. I didn't really party accepted. But when they said that my you know, that might told me the my then assassinated, I kind of had a kind of you know, but. The you know, we we have and my dad. I didn't use all my connection. I didn't use my connections. And I there was a reason why didn't do that. And he he, but we used to tell me not to say. Say certain things, and I guess, I must've said. Why what happened? If you said, something you didn't say somebody got assassinated, my my dad when your dad was assassinated. Yeah, you know, George will. Lawyer. He's always trying to figure out a way to you know, that dog you that.

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