Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura


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Released: 02 December 2009 Canceled
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Country: United States of America
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Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura is an American television series hosted by Jesse Ventura and broadcast on truTV. It premiered on December 2, 2009. The second season premiered on October 15, 2010, with the third season premiering on November 7, 2012. In May 2013, Ventura stated that the show has been discontinued and a fourth season will not air.



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Brendon Jones It’s fine. It's literally the definition of a fine movie. You’ve seen it before, you know every beat and outcome before the characters even do. Only question is how much escapism you’re looking for.
Lucia Ayala It's simply great fun, a winsome film and an occasionally over-the-top luxury fantasy that never flags.
Rosie Searle It's the kind of movie you'll want to see a second time with someone who hasn't seen it yet, to remember what it was like to watch it for the first time.
Logan By the time the dramatic fireworks start popping off, each one feels earned.
ebiros2 Governor Jessie Ventura goes out with his team of investigators to uncover secret corporate or government projects that (usually) is in opposition to the welfare of the public.Many of the weapons, or programs that's featured in this series has been out on the public domain, but not part of the mainstream media. HAARP, Genetically enhanced animal soldiers, mind control weapons, deep underground military bunkers. All has been taken to public by other whistle blowers. But whet these low profile whistle blowers lacks is the brand recognition governor Jessie Ventura has. Jessie Ventura can take some extreme subject, and present them in a way that's easy to understand to anybody.. There are lot of mention of secret government/black project in this series. I somehow feel that these subjects that're taken up on these programs are subterfuge to take our eye off the real issues.The real conspiracy that's important to us now is that1. Government has been stealing money from the public through various means. Take for example there're no reason for the American citizens to "borrow" money from the FRB, and their tax used to pay back the loan. Economic terrorism has been rendered to other countries as well (Google "Confession of an Economic Hit-man" for some eye opening whistle blower information). The economic downturn we're experiencing is because it's been planned it seems.2. The underground facilities that almost every nation now has that are made to house exclusively the government and scientific elites in the upcoming war and natural disasters (Google: "A letter from a Norwegian politician" for example). This topic has been taken up on this program, but it doesn't make the connection between them, and the politicians who has the "ticket" into these bunkers.If you feel that nothing bad is coming down the pike, all of these are rhetoric of a paranoid conspiracy theorists, but look into what local governments are now starting to do to stand up against the Federal Government (like in the case of Missouri), and you might be able to assess where you are in the learning curve of the big picture of what's going on in our world today.This program is an excellent overview of the various points of secret projects that are done by the (mostly) government, and is recommended for viewing.
carlosgaido2002 There are so many issues with this show that it's hard to know where to even start.Jesse Ventura summarizes the "facts" that he found from his "reliable" sources to the camera as if he were taunting a fellow wrestler (or "fighter" as he calls himself). Can people really take that seriously?Ventura takes everything at face value, but only from the conspiracy side. "But that random guy says he saw this, so it must be true. He doesn't have any proof beyond his word, but hey, a garbage collector's word HAS to be more reliable than that of our sinister's government!" He actually uses the word "sinister" to describe the government a few times.The show is not even fun to watch. When I read the explanation of the show and saw that he "took both sides and made a decision on whether the conspiracies are true" made me think that this was a somewhat intellectually based show, but this is only sparks and glitter. In the second episode, for example, he starts the show admitting that he already believes in the conspiracy, so for the rest of the show he simply tries to prove what he already "knows to be true." There is no substance at all in this show, and Ventura and his minion's acting is awful and over the top. Yes buddy, they're acting, like when Ventura was a wrestler (sorry, "fighter"), he was acting too. In the first episode, for example, when he is trying to enter a military research base, he says that he can't believe that a former governor, former navy seal can't be admitted, therefore there has to be something shady going on, so he starts yelling at the manager of the base that when he doesn't get what he wants, he "gets angry." With this, he does two things: 1. By yelling at the manager, he looks tough making sure he WON'T be admitted into the base, making sure he can't disprove his nutty theory, and 2. he makes his ignorant viewer base believe that he is correct, but he is not. He is not a governor navy seal, he is a FORMER all that, making him a simple civilian. Why would a civilian have access to a strongly guarded military base? And by the way, why is so strongly guarded? Because the stuff they have there is incredibly dangerous, the military even admits that, so why let anyone walk in? The janitors at my school won't let me get into the machine room, so maybe there's something shady going on there, maybe some mind control technology or something.So, skip this one if you still have a functioning brain, because it will turn it into mush after a few episodes. Luckily I stopped only after one and a half, when some gray matter started to leak through my ears.
jandeenphoto Too many facts are in place with years of investigations that should not be ignored. If you think you are still living in America, perhaps staying asleep would be a proper activity. I admire Mr. Ventura for his courage in attempting to open the closed doors of this dark period of American History. I believe that there is more information available with more research that would make the cases more intelligent and credible, but naming sources unfortunately makes a network liable. The very simple fact is that information would be open to media scrutiny if there were not criminal and dangerous activities being addressed. It is difficult to swallow sensationalism, but I for one no longer find it easy to sleep at night or accept that half of my life savings disappeared into the coffers of unspecified institutions when in a Casino I could at least have enjoyed a drink on the house.
chucknorrisfacts I'm a little concerned that a channel that calls itself TruTV seems to play nothing but fake reality television, and that's what I'd classify "Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura" as.I think a lot of the show is staged, from the "war room" Ventura and his crew meet in, to the bunker he films his promos in, etc. It's all intended to create a certain secret "feel" for the show.The most ridiculous part of every episode is the supposed "confrontations" that take place. There's no way in hell Ventura is really confronting the people responsible for the conspiracies they're covering on the show. One tip off is how the cameras always seem to be in the right place, even if it's in a room Ventura supposedly hasn't been in before so they can catch him entering in dramatic fashion. Has nobody noticed this before? One thing in particular that bugs me is how Ventura claims to be a former Navy SEAL, and/or allows people to think he is, despite the fact that in reality he was part of an underwater diving team that would later merge with the Navy SEALS some eight years after Ventura had already left the military…how in the hell does that make him a Navy SEAL? The show is good for a laugh, and maybe even the tiniest sliver of factual information, but other than that it's pretty much a joke as far as I'm concerned. If you're really seeking knowledge, this isn't the place to gain it. I wouldn't recommend the show to anyone looking for any sort of serious program.