Alex Jones interviews Michael Savage, the brightest light in the darkness in this country. Runs 26 minutes.
Some people in the comments criticise Savage's view on marijuana, I think without knowing what it actually is. As a regular listener and someone who has read a few of his books, I think I have a better understanding of where he stands. Michael Savage smoked marijuana for many years, and he didn't like the effect it had on him. He doesn't want to put people in jail for smoking weed, although he doesn't want to encourage anyone to smoke it. Drug dealers, on the other hand, he wants put away, in large part for targeting children. Savage was an early advocate for the medical use of marijuana, and he is well aware of the health benefits for people who need it, but he has opposed a number of people (such as George Soros) who tried to use medical marijuana as a Trojan horse to push the recreational usage.
Let's not fool ourselves, weed is not an intellectual drug. It is an anesthetic. It anesthetises pain in the body and in the mind. Sometimes that's fantastic, and if you're sick and you need that, then more power to you. But these are dangerous times and we need mental clarity more than ever. Savage continues to discuss the dangers of legal drugs, especially the psychotropics that are given to kids to turn them into mind-numbed slaves. As Aldous Huxley outlined in Brave New World, the puppet masters of society will use drugs to enslave the masses. Huxley was not warning us, he was a member of the New World Order, and he was so bold as to tell us their plans because they knew that very few people would try to stop them.
Drugs themselves are not bad, when used properly and responsibly. The problem is that the global elite are using drugs to control the masses and make them servile.
Michael Savage mentions his new book Government Zero. Now, I have put one of his books on the side of this page, because I've read it. I have not put up a link for Government Zero (yet), because I don't like to recommend books I have not read yet. But I will recommend the book here because Michael Savage is donating all the money he will get from the book in the form of college scholarships. And that is one of the reasons I really like Savage. He has made a lot of money, and he worked very hard for 40 years to get where he is today. He's not ashamed of his success. At the same time he knows when enough is enough. He doesn't need any more money. How many houses or cars or boats can one man own? And he can't take it with him, so he has decided to give it away to those who are most deserving. As a lifetime academic, who worked very hard paying his way through school, Savage has started giving out college scholarships to bright students who share the values of borders, language, and culture, so that they may grow up to be the next generation of successful scholars. I like that. Unlike Mark Suckerface or Bill Gates, for whom there is not enough money in the universe, Michael Savage realises that there is enough money, and he doesn't need any more. I really respect that.