Jim Tucker

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(activist, journalist)
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Born1934-12-31
Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
Died2013-04-26 (Age 78)
Fredericksburg, Virginia, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States
Children2 sons
ExposedBilderberg
Interests • Bilderberg
• Trilateral Commission
Early watcher of the Bilderberg Group

Jim Tucker was an influential early watcher of the Bilderberg Group.

Biographical Information

Michael Collins Piper wrote the follow obituary: "Prior to coming to work in Washington, D.C. in 1975 as managing editor of the newly-launched national weekly, The Spotlight, Tucker had been, by his own admission, a conventional journalist with a wide range of experience in the mainstream press, largely confident that the big media in America was doing its job, bringing readers the news they needed to know. He was sports editor of the The Northern Virginia Sun, managing editor of The Daily Tifton Gazette in Georgia, managing editor of The Radford (Va.) Daily News, copy editor of The Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch; night editor of The Washington Daily News in the nation’s capital, managing editor of The Martinsville (Va.) Bulletin, and news editor of The Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal.

"However, the day that Willis Carto, treasurer of Liberty Lobby, ... that published The Spotlight, called Tucker into his office and described to Tucker the little-known history of the Bilderberg meetings, Tucker’s worldview—particularly from his perspective as a journalist—changed forever... From 1975 to 1982, as editor of The Spotlight, Tucker supervised a wide-ranging array of journalists who trailed the Bilderberg and Trilateral gangs here and abroad. But in 1983, Tucker himself went on the road as The Spotlight’s man on the scene and scorched the Bilderbergers and Trilateralists with blistering real news coverage, from Japan to Portugal to France, England, Germany—wherever and whenever the global intriguers met, even as the rest of the American media remained mum, despite the fact that, over and over again, over the next three decades, Tucker’s pioneering investigations unveiled Bilderberg-Trilateral plans that had a direct influence on public policy affecting every man, woman and child on the face of the planet.

"After the demise of The Spotlight in 2001... Tucker picked up his work with the newly-launched AMERICAN FREE PRESS, for which he served for several years as managing editor, and continued pressing the Bilderberg and Trilateral vultures wherever they swooped down to nest and hatch their latest plots. [1]

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


References

  1. American Free Press James P. Tucker, Jr., organizational web page, accessed October 7, 2013.
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