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Bilderberg Sleuth Jim Tucker Dead at 78

April 28, 2013

Jim Tucker: December 31, 1934 – April 26, 2013.
Jim Tucker, the ground breaking journalist who chronicled the activities of the secretive Bilderberg Group beginning in the 1990s, has died from complication after a fall. Tucker was 78.

Tucker departed from a Washington, D.C., newspaper in 1978 and worked with The Spotlight until that newspaper was forced out of business in 2001. He subsequently worked with The American Free Press.

In 2005, The American Free Press published Jim Tucker’s Bilderberg Diary, subtitled “One Reporter’s 25-Year Battle to Shine the Light on the World Shadow Government.” It is described as “a memorable and panoramic journey that will lay bare the realities behind modern-day international power politics.”

Jim appeared in Alex Jones’s seminal film, Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement, released in 2007. The film partially covers the 2006 Bilderberg conference at the Brookstreet Hotel in Ottawa, Canada.

Jim Tucker is survived by his two sons.


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RIP Jim.

Thank you for all the truth you exposed.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

The more I read about him and

The more I read about him and his ilk, the less I like.

From the Wilipedia page describing the paper where he used to work:

"The Spotlight has been described in media reports as promoting an America First position and giving positive coverage to the political campaigns of Pat Buchanan and David Duke.[3]The Spotlight gave frequent coverage to complementary and alternative medicine, including advertisements for the purported anti-cancer supplement Laetrile.[4] Kevin J. Flynn's book The Silent Brotherhood described The Spotlight as regularly featuring "articles on such topics as Bible analysis, taxes and fighting the IRS, bankers and how they bleed the middle class, and how the nation is manipulated by the dreaded Trilateral Commission and Council on Foreign Relations", adding "the paper attracted a huge diversity of readers".[5]NameBase described the newspaper as "anti-elitist, opposed the Gulf War, wanted the JFK assassination reinvestigated, and felt that corruption and conspiracies can be found in high places"[6]"

Also, he worked with Alex Jones. 'Nuff said.


I am grateful for his work. We should all strive to pick up the slack that will be left over after his death.

Tribute to Jim Tucker... Rest In Peace Infowarrior


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Jim Tucker made the Bilderberg "conspiracy theory" a reality.

If he is not an agenda item to be honored at this year's Bilderberg meeting, those attending NWO freaks should make him one. He was that good. Well done and RIP Jim Tucker.

Thank you, Jim Tucker

Thank you, Jim Tucker


I know my response to these

I know my response to these kinds of posts tends to be unpopular with some here, but it seems he wasted his life "exposing" something the world (other than a select group of enthusiasts) couldn't care less about. The so-called "powers that be" are allowed unlimited leeway as long as mom and pop can get drunk, marry and reproduce. Few care about how things work. This is a cold fact of life.

Why do you get off on attacking a dead man?

And doing so with vigor. How many posts have you spent on Tucker?

Got an agenda much? Or just a coal black heart?


I'm not "attacking a dead

I'm not "attacking a dead man", I'm questioning his choice of associations, the effectiveness of his work and his connection to Alex Jones. Don't be so sensitive.

If only people had as much

If only people had as much respect for the living as they have for the dead, the world would be a veritable Utopia.

It mattered to him

and obviously to many others who read his books or listened to his interviews - as well as those who did know him and posted their regrets on this thread - how many people have heard of your life's passion and ambition Velveta - or will care when YOU die?

Nearly none, I suspect.

Nearly none, I suspect. However, I also harbor no ambition to be a leader or "important historical figure" or some such nonsense. People who seek power and influence are not worthy of it. I value my life and that is enough.

How arrogant

to claim another person has "wasted" their lives. How do YOU know the intent, goals, or even the passion of Jim Tucker - you admitted that you don't even know the man - yet you ignorantly judge him, his work, his goals, and his life as useless and then you further assume you know the man's motivations and moral fiber were nonsensical power seeking while bragging that you are so much "better" than Tucker.
What a prick - no wonder nearly none would care if you die.

Apparently you were close

Apparently you were close personal friends with the fellow, so if I struck a nerve I apologize to you. My basic statement still stands. Whatever value you place on his work is not diminished because of the opinion of another, is it?

There you go again

"Assuming" you know all about others yet have poor insight into yourself. No, I don't know the man personally - WHO he is/was is not the point - I would have defended anyone else attacked by an arrogant know it all who doesn't even know the dead person they are slandering.
I agree...your original statement should stand eternally - as a tribute to your lack of humanity and intelligence.
PS - Do I sound like your "opinion" has diminished my values?
LOL I will simply ignore any more of your pseudo- intellectual mumbo jumbo drivel. My posts were to highlight your rudeness to others.
Mission accomplished.

That strikes me as a nonsensical response.

"I would have defended anyone else attacked by an arrogant know it all who doesn't even know the dead person they are slandering."

So you are willing to eagerly defend someone you don't know against another person you don't know....Aaaaaalllllllright.

James P. Tucker, Jr. ~ American Free Press newspaper, 2013.

James P. Tucker, Jr. (12/31/1934 ~ 4/26/2013), ‘BILDERBERG HOUND, [To be continued...]’ ~ Editor & Corespondent
AMERICAN FREE PRESS newspaper, APRIL 27, 2013

Please go to the source. This is written & published by American Free Press newspaper (named after the free press mentioned in our 1st Constitutional Amendment).

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Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

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Sorry To Hear That

He was a good guy.




Thank you Mr. Tucker

Your courage in seeking the truth is an inspiration to us. May you rest in peace.


For all the intel he as given us.

Ron brought the Liberty movement together, Rand is expanding the crap out of it! :)


Mr. Tucker



"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown