Noory Interviews Nader

Noory Interviews Nader


The announcement from George Noory stunned us all: somehow, someway, someone mildly related to national politics would appear on Coast to Coast. Yes, it was only Ralph Nader, resident joke of political pundits and the bane of Democrats the world over, but it was somebody.

With Nader appearing in the land of Hoagland and Quayle, the posibilities seemed endless. His thoughts on Cydonia, I'm sure RCH demanded. What about giants and bioterrorism, Steve Quayle intoned. Would Mr.Nader take an on-the-record stand on Dan Burisch and or Dr. Formisano as Linda Moulton Howe requested ? Do Ed Dames's frightening predicions of an impending "kill shot" hold any water ? What about reptilians, alien implants, abductions, shadowy gov't doings with HAARP, 9-11, JFK, RFK, MLK, Area 51, Mad Cow, Project Monarch, Remote Viewing, the Franklin Cover-up, and the endless other mysteries that get 4 hours of time every day on the standard bearer of paranormal talk radio ? The answer, my friends, is that Ralph Naders's C2C appearance amounted to a repulsive and sadly bland affair.

Instead of asking Nader about any number of different mainstream verboten topics, Noory played it straight in an interview more befitting of CNN, or perhaps Nick News. For the benefit of those who missed the big interview with Ralph, here's Noory questions, you decide.

First Half Hour

Noory Question

What steered you, Ralph, from being a really a true consumer advocate to trying to get into the political platform ?

In how many states are you on the ballot now ?

You are not allowed to participate in the debates, is that correct ?

(After detailing how Nader stands to no chance of winning and didn't win in 2000) What drives Ralph Nader ?

Would you have accepted, in your pre-candidacy days, a some kind of a cabinet position from one of the candidates who ended up being president in the past ?

Do you think we're doing the right job, Ralph, in handling Iraq and handling terrorism ?

Wow ! What insightful, thought provoking questions. I'm sure I wouldn't have gotten that kind of ground breaking information from Ralph Nader's website, his numerous interviews with mainstream outlets, or from the ladies on The View.

Thankfully, as is often the case, the C2C audience managed to bring it, somewhat, back to what we were looking for.

Second Half Hour

Noory Question Noory : (Re : Nader "spoiling" the 2000 election) I think you took equally from both Republicans and Democrats, didn't you ?

Caller Questions

Tips for someone breaking into politics ?

Is there a posibility that the Constitutional Party candidate will not be in the debates ?

If you were elected president, what your position would be on divulging information concerning UFOs to the American public ?

Noory Question

Do you know anything about Bohemian Grove ?

Caller Questions

Caller brings up some random statistics that show the economy is improving, so how can Nader say it is not ?

Noory Question

Do you think the FDA, by the way, or the Dept. of Agriculture will ever do anything about Mad Cow disease in this country ?

It seems that the caller asking about UFOs finally woke Noory up to the fact that he is the host of the larget parnormal radio show in the country, not Crossfire. Sadly, his reaction was telling. He practically apologized for the caller asking about UFO, dismissing C2C as a show that "also deals with the paranormal" and asked for Ralph's comments of UFOs prompting a chuckle from Nader as well as a nervous one from Noory. This is the bone of my contention folks. It disgusts me. For Noory to act like UFOs and the paranormal are some joke part of the show when he had the twins who discussed their "abduction experience with a race of Black Aliens from Mars" on Monday, features Linda Moulton Howe and Richard Hoagland on a regular basis, and had psychic stalwart Sean David Morton on the next night ! If he's so embarrased by the content of the show, perhaps he ought not be hosting, because I'd rather a host who has the guts and respect for his subject matters to stand by them, not cower and snicker in an attempt to make it seem like he's too "cool" and "smart" to talk about UFOs with Ralph Nader.

Amazingly, it seemed Nader was more interested in discussing secret societies, as the UFO quesion drove him to bring up "skull and bones" and he seemed frighteningly more aware of it than Noory. For his part, Noory did try and salvage things with a quesion on Bohemian Grove, probably brought on by 1000 e-mails from Alex Jones, but Nader's answer was dismissive. Noory also managed to bring up the snore-inducing Coast topic du jour of Mad Cow. And, again, Nader knew his stuff. Makes you wonder what kind of info we would have gotten had Noory not softballed the first half of the interview.

You gotta love George attempting to convince Nader to become a Coast regular. He would be a good addition to the show, but it really makes you wonder where this is going. This is a paranormal talk show, or so I thought, although this interview has made me think perhaps I've been mistaken lately. It will be hard taking Noory seriously next time he gushes over some UFO news or another esoteric guest. Is he serious or just laughing all the way to the bank ?

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