SHOW TODAY @ 1PM PT. — THIS SHOW WAS CUT SHORT DUE TO MY HOTSPOT GIVING OUT ON MY PHONE.  It is still viewable here and by tomorrow I should have a working internet.  We can have Dean back again in the near future.

SEE DEAN’S BIO and link to books below.

About Dean Henderson

Dean Henderson was born near Faulkton, South Dakota. He earned a BLS at the University of South Dakota and an M.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana, where he was a columnist for the Montana Kaimin and published The Missoula Paper; one of the first American political “zines”. His articles have appeared in magazines such as the Multinational Monitor, In These Times, Paranoia and on hundreds of online websites including,,,,, and
Dean is a political analyst for Press TV, RT, Russia Channel 1, The Syria Times, Rense Radio, Tactical Talk with Zain Khan, The Richie Allen Show & many others. In 2018, Dean spoke at the Deep Truth conference in New York City, where he delivered a speech entitled, “All Roads Lead to the City of London” as part of the Confronting Oligarchy: Resisting Full Spectrum Dominance panel.
Dean is the author of six books. They are all available on Amazon in both print & Kindle formats and include Big Oil and Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families and Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics and Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Stickin’ it to the Matrix, The Federal Reserve Cartel, Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation and Nephilim Crown 5G Apocalypse.


  1. This guy has a fundamental misunderstanding of ‘the virus’ (supposedly Covid 19). The fact is that a virus has never been isolated, and hence, there is no ‘virus’ to speak of unless it has been properly isolated. If the virus was never isolated, then there is no way to create a diagnostic test or a vaccine. So, you see the 3 levels of fraud involved here: The ‘virus’, The ‘test’ and the ‘vaccine’. Henderson assumes there was a virus to begin with.

  2. Fauci recognized at Penn State University (State College, PA) From our Centre Daily Times article. One has to have membership to see it…

    Arthur W. Page Center Awards
    What ‘core principles’ does Anthony Fauci live by? Here’s what he said at a PSU awards ceremony
    FEBRUARY 25, 2021 07:57 AM
    Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks Wednesday to an online audience during Penn State’s fifth annual Arthur W. Page Center Awards, where Fauci was among four honorees recognized for their integrity in public communication.
    Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks Wednesday to an online audience during Penn State’s fifth annual Arthur W. Page Center Awards, where Fauci was among four honorees recognized for their integrity in public communication. SCREENSHOT

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, widely regarded as one of the most trusted voices during the pandemic, told an online crowd Wednesday night about some of the principles he lives by: Never exaggerate. Never minimize — “and never, ever, be intimidated or pressured into agreeing with something that you do not believe is true.”

    Fauci, America’s top infectious disease expert, was one of four honorees Wednesday to accept Penn State’s Larry Foster Award for Integrity in Public Communication, given out annually by the university’s Arthur W. Page Center. (The other honorees included Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor of PBS Newshour; Eugene Robinson, Washington Post columnist and editor; and Bill Heyman, CEO of Heyman Associates.)

    During a brief acceptance speech — one that was watched by students at more than a dozen universities, based on an interactive chat room — Fauci emphasized the importance of honesty and integrity in public communication, especially when it comes to science.

    “The public needs to hear the truth as it is, rather than as they might want it to be,” he said, sitting in front of a cluttered bookshelf and Washington Nationals jersey.

    Likewise, Fauci didn’t mince words when asked by an audience member about the nation’s preparedness for the next pandemic. He opened by explaining that Johns Hopkins University had previously voted the U.S. as the best-prepared for a pandemic outbreak. “And yet, if you look at what has happened over the last year, we have suffered the most, worse than any other country in the world,” he said.

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    A good infrastructure, a strong science base and a global health security network can only take a country so far, he added. It also must respond in a unified way.

    “And, as we have learned through painful experience now, a divisive nation does not respond very well to something that is uniformly experienced by everyone — namely that these types of infections don’t have any borders,” he said. “So individual components, individual states doing things differently, did not serve us very well.”

    Fauci’s remarks mostly focused on the topic at hand, public communication. But the Chief Medical Advisor to the President still had the virtual audience buzzing with thanks and congratulations.

    The 80-year-old New Yorker went into greater detail among his core principles, which offered some insight into his public approach during the COVID-19 pandemic. Among them:

    Know your audience: “I know scientific colleagues and public colleagues who speak to public audiences like they are speaking to their post-doctoral fellows or to an audience at the National Academy of Sciences. When you speak to the general public, appreciate that you are certainly speaking to a mixed audience. Do not talk down to them, nor over their head. Strike a balance of getting a clear, crisp message across so that almost everybody will get something out of it, some more than others.”
    Remember the purpose of communication is not to show how smart you are: “It is to have people understand what you’re talking about. How often have we heard audiences comment, after hearing a lecture or a press conference, say, ‘This person must be brilliant — but I did not understand anything that he or she said’?”

    Keep your message precise and brief: “Once you get that down, then you can exercise and maintain your integrity.”

  3. The people that he is getting his information from have all been proven to be frauds. He isn’t mentioning names, but I have been studying all of this information my whole life and I know where he gets it from.

  4. Also, it is Q, not Qanon. I am sorry for sounding mean, it isn’t like me. I am just so sick of people who really are uninformed talking about things they don’t understand. It is frustrating. Also, I don’t know when he published his book, but William Mount and Field McConnell spoke of SERCO roughly a decade ago or more. Thank you for all of your hard work and good luck with your move!