Kay Commentary 2011-01-15
The following is a KSCO commentary. Here is Kay Zwerling:
The first time I heard Alex Jones on our station, my first reaction was to be frightened, and turn him off, and I instinctively pushed his thoughts away.
The next day he was on the air and I felt like it was imperative that I listen to him – because he was talking about possible dangers to the Country I love.
That was almost two years ago. Of course, I continue to listen to him – as do many KSCO listeners – old and new who are grateful that we can, especially since MZ my son, and CEO and owner, chose to keep him on regularly.
Alex Jones is the world’s most popular internet, audio, and video personality, and can be heard and can be heard on the Central Coast of California exclusively on KOMY AM 1340 live weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to noon, and on KSCO week nights on delayed broadcast from 7:00 p.m. to10:00 p.m.
There are Americans who believe that Alex Jones is a conspiracy nut, but that is not so. He is really a patriot who is committed to telling us what is really happening in our government and nation that affects all of us.
During one recent program, he confided that his wife is scared and worried all the time, and he added “I’m scared too, but I must continue to share the dangers that exist despite the desire of those who wish to silence me.”
During a trip to San Antonio, Texas, last year, where Michael and I attended a conference with Dr. Wallach and the Youngevity staff, we went to Austin, Texas, to visit Alex Jones in his very impressive and large studio where he produces CD’s and DVD’s for national distribution to make the Country aware of his urgent information.
Alex knows it is not about right and left or liberals vs. conservatives, it is all about money, and ultimate control of all of us by corporate and world governments.
Other networks are discovering Alex Jones and his courageous messages, and his exposure is growing daily.
Kudos to you Alex for putting yourself out there for all of us to contemplate and absorb.
For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.
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