Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Emails sent to Infowars.com and comments posted on Alex Jones’ flagship websites today provide multiple confirmations that episodes of Jesse Ventura’s popular truTV show Conspiracy Theory are disappearing from the DVRs of TiVo, Comcast, DirectTV and AT&T customers.
Shows finding their way to the digital memory hole include the already heavily censored “Police State” episode and shows on the JFK assassination and the worldwide water conspiracy.
“All of the shows that we have recorded on our Direct TV DVR of Jesse Ventura’s Show season 1 & 2 was removed without mine and my husband’s permission,” an email received on December 27 explains. “We do not have any setting’s on the DVR which would allow or permit the shows to be erased and deleted from our Direct TV Receiver/ Recorder.”
“Alex is right,” a comment on the InfowarMovies states. “I had 7 episodes of Ventura in my directv dvr. All of them marked as keep. The police state episode is gone. I think when they do code updates is when they erase. This is nuts!”
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“I have AT&T Uverse and the Fema camp episode has been erased from my DVR,” reports a comment on Paul Joesph Watson’s story this morning about the episode appearing on YouTube.
TiVo has admitted monitoring DVR units. For instance, in 2004, the company said Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” during the Super Bowl was the most replayed moment ever measured. “TiVo said it used its technology to measure audience behavior among 20,000 users during the Super Bowl,” CNN reported on February 23, 2004.
On December 2, Infowars.com reported upon a “series of inconsistencies” with the re-airing and promotion for the Police State FEMA camp segment.
“The episode was de-listed from TruTV’s website, bonus clips associated with the episode were removed from the website, its encore airings were canceled and it was not played during the recent Conspiracy Theory marathon,” Infowars.com reported at the time.
On December 17, Ventura went on Alex’s show and confirmed the government and Homeland Security put pressure on Time Warner to pull the show. TruTV is owned by Turner Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Time Warner. Tennessee Rep. Steve Cohen also turned up the heat on TruTV.
“Whatever the full cause of the behind-the-scenes pressure, it is clear that the government does not want audiences discussing FEMA camps and Fusion Centers or looking up H.R. 645, the bill named and read in the episode that authorizes FEMA emergency centers,” we reported on December 3.
“Alex has done all he can to make sure the TruTV series is packed with hard-hitting facts and full of real, substantial issues. Though the show employs the dramatic techniques used throughout TV land, this is not the typical fluff. People had better understand that these are truly groundbreaking shows that are discussing damning evidence that the establishment doesn’t want sinking into the minds of a mainstream audience. Who knows if tonight’s water episode investigating lithium, uranium and fluoride being added to drinking water as a means of population control will itself even air or be replayed after the fact.”
DVR services deleting the episodes in question from the machines of customers represents a new level of corporate meddling at the behest of the establishment in its attempt to shut down the growing truth movement as it methodically exposes on multiple fronts the criminal behavior and corruption at the highest levels of government.
It also reveals how corporations and government are using computer and digital technology to remove media the establishment wants to shuffle off to the memory hole.
Winston Smith, the protagonist of George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984, used a small chute at the Ministry of Truth leading to an incinerator to disappear documents and other records frowned upon by the state.
In 2011, the process is far easier and more sinister – electronic media only need be deleted to disappear forever.
See the Police State FEMA episodes here:
This article was posted: Wednesday, January 5, 2011 at 5:17 pm