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The K-Files


Welcome to this belated edition of The K-Files. As some of you may remember, the Bilderberg Roundtable review I had planned for last week never came to pass. I had some family matters to attend to, so was unable to get the final copy ready for posting. Contrary to popular belief, there is some (albeit slight) editing done to polish each week's K-Files. But in any case, better late than never, here's Khyron's $0.02 on Coast to Coast AM's Bildgerberg Roundtable discussion.

It was a real doozy of an episode. And although it may not have been what I was expecting, it delivered in ways previous conspiracy shows have left me wanting more. But is it worthy of the much coveted Coasty Contender status? Lets find out.

You'd better get ready, 'cause here come The K-Files...

:: Special Report ::

After my main man Alex 'The Bulldog' Jones went on Coast to Coast AM to tell his tale of being detained in Canada, it didn't take The Noor long to start hinting that a special show was in the works. When last week's schedule was updated at coasttocoastam.com, Wednesday, June 14 was labeled suspiciously as Secret Guest. With Jones' and the The Noor's former plan to host a surprise Illuminati tell-all never far from my thoughts, I made a bet in the last K-Files that the time was finally right to rattle a few cages.

Sure enough, a few hours before show time, it was finally revealed that Alex Jones would indeed be coming on to expose the NWO. Suffice to say, I was pleased by this turn of events. But then I kept reading the show description. Not only would we get to hear Alex Jones screaming about secret societies, but then I saw it was also to be a patented Noory Roundtable--and that Jones would be joined by none other than Jim Marrs. Whoa. And, as if this wasn't already enough, Noory would also be introducing yet another investigative journalist with a knack for conspiracy--Mr. Daniel Estulin. Double whoa.

To get into the Alex Jones mood, I decided to head on over to Prisonplanet.com before the show. He always posts some pretty interesting content before a Coast to Coast appearance, and this time was no different. A 9 minute clip of him outside the Bilderberg conference he had up at Coasttocoastam.com was nothing short of impressive. For those that missed it, basically Jones shouts into a bullhorn to the conference for 9 minutes straight--without anything to read from and only stuttering slightly a couple times. I don't care what you think about Jones or his theories, but anyone who can talk that long with as much passion as he showed without help deserves at least some props. Granted, most of what he said was just babbling about good destroying evil, but it was an entertaining showcase of Jones' enthusiasm.

When the show finally started, I proceeded to turn off all external distractions. During most shows, I will read and/or surf the web while listening to a Coast to Coast stream--but not that night. No, that was the kind of show you need to listen to with a good ol' radio. There's something about pulling in the signal out of the air that gives an episode more of a mystical quality.

In past roundtables, Alex Jones has always had a tendency to dominate the discussion with his commanding voice and strong conviction. Therefore, I was interested if Jones (who was noticeably depressed after his Canadian detention) would tone himself down or if The Noor would keep the Bulldog on a short leash.

Short answer, they didn't.

This roundtable had a unique dynamic to it. Basically, it went like this: Noory would give newcomer Daniel Estulin a topic. Daniel would comment on it for a short time before Jones would interrupt to correct him or elaborate on a miniscule point. Noory (in classic Noory form) would act all shocked and ask a silly question that would bring the discussion even further away from what Daniel was talking about. Marrs would then chime in to passively agree with Jones. Finally Jones, bypassing Noory altogether, would play host and pitch Daniel a soft-ball question only to interrupt him mid-sentence and answer it himself--not unlike what he does on his own radio show. This process then repeated itself each half hour.

In this respect, the show was a bit disappointing. Unlike last year's 9/11 roundtable, this latest didn't have the drama of open argument. All 3 guests pretty much just agreed with each other. There was good information going around (not necessarily new, but still good), it just wasn't as exciting to listen to. Also, Daniel Estulin sounded like a smart guy with a lot of interesting things to say, but I don't think he was the best guest for this kind of show. I'm sure if he had gone on solo instead, it would have made for good radio--but his relatively strong accent and quiet, more slow-paced demeanor meant he often took a backseat in the discussion.

By night's end, I found myself moderately disappointed. That said, after letting it all sink in a few days later, I've gained more and more respect for the episode. Whereas the more explosive 9/11 roundtable was more about heated debate, this Bilderberg roundtable was able to focus on some very specific points. In the last hour when Daniel left, Jones and Marrs' thoughtful discussion on the creation of a North American Union and what it would mean for the United States was a highpoint for me. When it comes to conspiracy, Jones and Marrs are on the top of the heap, and in this last hour they were on top of their game.

Maybe not as memorable as the 9/11 roundtable, but every bit as informative, the Bilderberg roundtable sits near the top of Khyron's Coastie picks for '06.

:: Dead End ::


Well, that's all for this week. I trust you enjoyed your trip into this shadowy nether-realm known only as the K-Files.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the next  K-Files, arriving sometime next week. Later.

~Khyron, 2006.


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