View Full Version : A 'SPIRITUAL' Download: Smashing Pumkin's Billy Corgan with Alex Jones..!

23rd March 2013, 02:16
The (BEST) Billy Corgan Interview Ever...:yes4:

Smashing Pumpkins founder examines the transformative power of alternative media towards a total paradigm shift.

March 22, 2013

In this (MUST SEE) interview, Smashing Pumpkins founder and frontman Billy Corgan examines the power of the alternative media and citizen journalists, who are wielding truth as a truly transformative weapon in the age of information-warfare.


PS - I leave you with this...

Billy Corgan 'Nails It' - The Message (Paradigm Shift) - The 'Spiritual Awakening' and how a Peaceful Infowar 'Revolution' can not only defeat the PTW, but also transform our Controlled reality from the 'Inside-Out'..!

Thank-you Billy...:clap2:

PSS - Roberts Gibbs Told Not To Acknowledge Drone Program

PSSS - Dying veteran to Bush, Cheney: Day of Reckoning is coming...:yes4:

Tomas Young, an Army veteran took a bullet in Iraq that confined him to a wheelchair and inspired his vocal opposition to the war.

I write this letter on the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War on behalf of my fellow Iraq War veterans. I write this letter on behalf of the 4,488 soldiers and Marines who died in Iraq.

I write this letter on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of veterans who have been wounded and on behalf of those whose wounds, physical and psychological, have destroyed their lives.

I am one of those gravely wounded. I was paralyzed in an insurgent ambush in 2004 in Sadr City. My life is coming to an end. I am living under hospice care.

I write this letter on behalf of husbands and wives who have lost spouses, on behalf of children who have lost a parent, on behalf of the fathers and mothers who have lost sons and daughters and on behalf of those who care for the many thousands of my fellow veterans who have brain injuries.

I write this letter on behalf of those veterans whose trauma and self-revulsion for what they have witnessed, endured and done in Iraq have led to suicide and on behalf of the active-duty soldiers and Marines who commit, on average, a suicide a day.

I write this letter on behalf of the some 1 million Iraqi dead and on behalf of the countless Iraqi wounded. I write this letter on behalf of us all-the human detritus your war has left behind, those who will spend their lives in unending pain and grief.

You may evade justice but in our eyes you are each guilty of egregious war crimes, of plunder and, finally, of murder, including the murder of thousands of young Americans-my fellow veterans-whose future you stole.

I write this letter, my last letter, to you, Mr. Bush and Mr. Cheney. I write not because I think you grasp the terrible human and moral consequences of your lies, manipulation and thirst for wealth and power.

I write this letter because, before my own death, I want to make it clear that I, and hundreds of thousands of my fellow veterans, along with millions of my fellow citizens, along with hundreds of millions more in Iraq and the Middle East, know fully who you are and what you have done.

Your positions of authority, your millions of dollars of personal wealth, your public relations consultants, your privilege and your power cannot mask the hollowness of your character.

You sent us to fight and die in Iraq after you, Mr. Cheney, dodged the draft in Vietnam, and you, Mr. Bush, went AWOL from your National Guard unit.

Your cowardice and selfishness were established decades ago. You were not willing to risk yourselves for our nation but you sent hundreds of thousands of young men and women to be sacrificed in a senseless war with no more thought than it takes to put out the garbage.

I joined the Army two days after the 9/11 attacks. I joined the Army because our country had been attacked. I wanted to strike back at those who had killed some 3,000 of my fellow citizens.

I did not join the Army to go to Iraq, a country that had no part in the September 2001 attacks and did not pose a threat to its neighbors, much less to the United States.

I did not join the Army to “liberate” Iraqis or to shut down mythical weapons-of-mass-destruction facilities or to implant what you cynically called “democracy” in Baghdad and the Middle East.

I did not join the Army to rebuild Iraq, which at the time you told us could be paid for by Iraq’s oil revenues. Instead, this war has cost the United States over $3 trillion.

I especially did not join the Army to carry out pre-emptive war. Pre-emptive war is illegal under international law. And as a soldier in Iraq I was, I now know, abetting your idiocy and your crimes.

The Iraq War is the largest strategic blunder in U.S. history. It obliterated the balance of power in the Middle East.

On every level-moral, strategic, military and economic-Iraq was a failure. And it was you, Mr. Bush and Mr. Cheney, who started this war. It is you who should pay the consequences.

I would not be writing this letter if I had been wounded fighting in Afghanistan against those forces that carried out the attacks of 9/11. Had I been wounded there I would still be miserable because of my physical deterioration and imminent death, but I would at least have the comfort of knowing that my injuries were a consequence of my own decision to defend the country I love.

I would not have to lie in my bed, my body filled with painkillers, my life ebbing away, and deal with the fact that hundreds of thousands of human beings, including children, including myself, were sacrificed by you for little more than the greed of oil companies, for your alliance with the oil sheiks in Saudi Arabia, and your insane visions of empire.

I have, like many other disabled veterans, suffered from the inadequate and often inept care provided by the Veterans Administration.

I have, like many other disabled veterans, come to realize that our mental and physical wounds are of no interest to you, perhaps of no interest to any politician. We were used. We were betrayed. And we have been abandoned.

You, Mr. Bush, make much pretense of being a Christian. But isn’t lying a sin? Isn’t murder a sin? Aren’t theft and selfish ambition sins?

I am not a Christian. But I believe in the Christian ideal. I believe that what you do to the least of your brothers you finally do to yourself, to your own soul.

My day of reckoning is upon me. Yours will come. I hope you will be put on trial. But mostly I hope, for your sakes, that you find the moral courage to face what you have done to me and to many, many others who deserved to live.

I hope that before your time on earth ends, as mine is now ending, you will find the strength of character to stand before the American public and the world, and in particular the Iraqi people, and beg for forgiveness.


23rd March 2013, 02:43
thanks for sharing ... :thumb:

23rd March 2013, 03:30
Fantastic Interview and Alex was not hogging or hollering over it all. Great message and solution for spreading the word from Billy Corgan. Even Alex says this is "one for the books" for him!

Couldn't agree more that it is a must to see and "really hear"!! :-) Thanks jackovesk

23rd March 2013, 03:36


Tired eyes, closed for days
There's no regrets 'cause there's no place
I don’t know what I believe
But if I feel safe, what do I need

A home
A home
A home

Revolution, revolution
Revolution blues, what will they do?
Revolution, revolution
Revolution blues, what will they do to me?

What will they do to me?
What will they do to me?
What will they do to me?

Dulcet tongues whisper fast
The future yearns, right now’s the past
Rouse me soon, the end draws nigh
Whose side are you on? Your blood you cannot buy

Revolution, revolution
Revolution blues, what will they do?
Revolution, revolution
Revolution blues, what will they do to you?

Well, I, I feel alright
So tonight, I got to ask you why
Why deny it, it's no surprise
I've got to survive

Freedom shines, the light ahead
I'll lead the last charge to bed
I said my last rights
I don’t have to run scared no more

Fight, I wanna fight
I wanna fight revolution
Tonight, I wanna fight
I wanna fight revolution

Tonight, at the light, at the light
Do you wanna watch me die?

Let me be something good
Let me prove something real like I should
Let me embrace every single living thing
Let me be every single moment I ever misunderstood


23rd March 2013, 03:40
Awesome awesome interview. Alex is a prime source for facts and data, though IMO I have always felt that his message would be more effective if it were blended with examples in history of times when integrity and goodness have stepped in and succeeded when the hell of tyrants is unleashed upon the people.

Though it took him a little while to finally get his message through Alex's hard head, I think Billy Corgan eloquently presented his point and might draw many more viewers towards this kind of info. It's always helpful for me to hear someone talking about ways in which to present info so as to get people interested instead of triggering fear-based resistance.