As the year comes to an end, we take a look back at some of Off The Grid's fan-favorite videos. Jesse takes on our debt crisis, the Fukushima cover-up, the secrets to living Off The Grid & cell-phone free, and the continuing conspiracy behind World Trade Center Building 7.
This week on “Off The Grid”
- Tuesday: We're #1...in Debt! Between Americans with credit card debt owing an average of $11,000 and college graduates spending decades to pay off student loans, the U.S. leads the world in accumulating massive amounts of debt.
- Wednesday: Big Media Blindspot - The Continuing Fukushima Cover-Up! Fukushima's nuclear plant continues to covertly dump massive amounts of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean. Now that scientists detected radiation off America's west coast, we need to know - are we being radiated and to what level?
- Thursday: Why I Live Off The Grid. For the New Year, the Governor offers his secrets to living completely #OffTheGrid. He extolls the virtues of a life free from government tracking, TSA handling, and NSA spying.How can you #StayVigilant without a cell phone?
- Friday: Counter-Conspiracy - World Trade Center 7. On September 11, 2001, a third building fell in New York City. What really happened to World Trade Center 7 on that infamous day? Jesse Ventura launches his own Counter-Conspiracy investigation into the demise of Building Seven of the World Trade Center. Was it a controlled demolition?Or did fires bring it down like the 9/11 Commission Report alleges?
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