Michael C. Ruppert’s Last Radio Show

Michael C Ruppert (3 February 1951 – 13 April 2014) R.I.P. Brother.
Michael’s last broadcast of the Lifeboat Hour on PRN 13 April 2014.

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  • Petre Amos

    Because he didn't do it. Why he hadn't been killed yet? Opportunity!
    When people expect to be assassinated by Gov't, it's best to wait for the perfect opportunity where the death won't raise conspiracy theories. Usually best to wait for moments that would normally be seen as depressing such as a divorce, loss of a loved one, drug or alcohol abuse, etc. This targets most opportune moment is when the issue was discussed and can be made out to seem as if he himself planned it.

  • Michael DeBell

    "We'll be back to do this again next week".

  • Michael DeBell

    Some interesting points I've read recently about hypnotism. It seems that about roughly 20% of the population cannot be hypnotized. About 60% are variably hypnotizable and another 20% are very suggestive. Of coure, the odds could be increased with that 60% by some very shifty and sly folks. It seems that that is the case.


    I don't know how many of you have dealt with a suicide in your life, but as someone who has.. more than once.. I feel that there are a lot of subtleties throughout this whole podcast that point to him knowing exactly what he was going to do after he finished recording. I'm not saying I know what happened 100%. I'm just saying that I wouldn't discount the very real possibility that he in fact did kill himself.

  • Christopher Rice

    He sounded pretty happy and optimistic about next weeks show. Doesn't seem right he'd have a complete melt down a few hours later.

  • David W

    Sounds very much like what Michigan is going through now?

  • John Smith

    He was obviously killed. How many whistleblowers have to commit suicide at such disproportionate rates before we realize that almost ALL of them are killed by those who they expose. This is incredibly obvious.

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  • Maya Rodriguez

    I would take the following comment he wrote as a hint he would not commit suicide, ever…

    On the subject of his own death, Ruppert said:

    The question I am asked most frequently at my lectures is why I haven’t been killed yet. I have two answers. First, it is not cost-effective, and the response would cause more problems than it would solve. I am not important enough to kill. Secondly, I will not die one minute before God has decided.

    — Mike Ruppert, Crossing the Rubicon[41]

  • carmenmich

    What happened to the tv show on the major cable network that he completed? It was finished and all that was needed was a promo video. I would think the show would have really gotten a lot of ratings following Michael's death. Just curious about what happened to the show.

  • Hawaiian Vaca

    Will all you great people stop dying before your time. We need you to see, feel and hope.