June 17, 2015

The world on June 17, 2015:

  • The day before, Donald Trump descended his ridiculous escalator and announces his candidacy for President.
  • American drone strikes killed Al-Qaeda's second in command, Nasser al-Wuhayshi, in Yemen.
  • Suicide bombers kill 27 in Chad
  • Mexican Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage
  • In Arizona, 200 immigrants inside the privately run Eloy Detention Center launched a hunger strike, protesting inhumane conditions and demanding an independent probe after they say two prisoners died following abuse by guards
  • Rachel Dolezal steps down as head of Spokane NAACP chapter

What Alex covered on his show in June 17th, 2015:

  • Alex says, in no uncertain terms, that leading economists tell him that the economy would implode within the year 2015.
  • Alex insists that the "elites" possess technology that allows them to live to 200 years of age. Considering that David Rockefeller, one of the #1 elites according to Alex, died at 101, this premise is called into question. If Rockefeller didn't have access to this life-extension, who would?
  • Alex claims that, due to Globalist machinations, dicks are shrinking in the West.
  • Alex explains that super computer Watson was running all our lives. In fact, Jade Helm was a program designed by Watson, code-named Mastering The Human Domain. As of 2017, Jade Helm has still not happened.


  • Alex connects some weird stories to his fears about Agenda 21, and how seemingly sensible city regulations are actually massive abuses. The two main ones:
  1. A man who parked his trailer on some random land in Huntsville and decided to live off the grid was told by the city (very reasonably) that he had to either have his trailer up to city code, or he would have to move out of city limits. Alex sees this as proof that Agenda 21 is trying to tell all of us how to live.
  2. A woman in Visalia, CA, who kept goats to produce milk to feed her children (she didn't trust formula, and had a mastectomy when she was younger. The city told her that she cannot keep goats in the city, a regulation that most neighbors of people who potentially have goats would appreciate. Alex appears to have a crush on this lady, and ends up talking to her for about half an hour.
  • Alex does a painfully long and painfully graphic ad for his Liver/Gallbladder Cleanse products. It is upsetting.
  • Alex predicts that, in a very short time, gold would be trading at $50,000 p/oz. At that point, gold was trading at about $1,100 p/oz. As of mid-2017, it is trading at about $1,200 p/oz. The highest it got in the intermediate 2 years was in July 2016, at $1,360 p/oz. It is hard not to draw a connection between his absurd prediction about gold prices and his show being syndicated by Genesis Communications Network, whose owner Ted Anderson, also owns Midas Resources, a scammy gold-sales outfit. Probably a coincidence.
  • Alex talks about how he was in a lot of "brutal fights" when he was younger.
  • Alex laments that peacocks are annoying, but thankfully, they are killed easily by owls.
  • No real mention of Trump's announcing his candidacy, and quite frankly almost no mention of the fact that the Republican primary season was kicking off.