Today Mark tackles the complicated topics of the preparation for the Iraq War — are we ready for an invasion? Are we not going to repeat the mistakes of the past? Fascinating view to listen to as we know what the aftermath of the war really was.
Well here is another RARE find! This is the second broadcast from 1981. Mark interviews guest David Lifton about presidential assassinations. This is simply the most amazing – and unique – audio find to hear Mark on the air from nearly 37 years ago. Amazing!
You know, many of these broadcasts come to me on cassettes or already in digital format. I have no reason to question their source or where someone may have received them from before making their way to me. These are air checks after all. But in this case we have found what we believe is the original source. These rare 1981 broadcasts appear to have come from the personal collection of Jim Feliciano at Motor City Radio Flashbacks (mcrfb.com) . We at the Mark Scott Project always want to credit the true and proper source wherever possible. “A” is “A” and Jim has a truly amazing preservation with two 1981 broadcasts.
I have recently gotten my hands on a copy of a book I heard Mark Scott speak so much abut – but, honestly, I had never read. The Creature from Jekyll Island is absolutely stunning and fantastic! A great read.
It is a veritable textbook for everything we have heard throughout the years on Mark’s program. He mentioned the book often. The use of the monetary system to remove the sovereignty of the U.S., the ‘hidden tax’ on all citizens (e.g. inflation) and the unpacking of the master plan to control every nation not through guns – but through finances via the Federal Reserve, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, etc., etc. We are all familiar with the names of these shadow organizations – but to systematically read it unfolded like tis is truly stunning.
The Mark Scott Project needs YOUR tapes! All of those airchecks you made back in the day can be properly digitized and made available to fellow fans and be preserved for the future through the Mark Scott Project.