A listener of The Hagmann Report, (who they would consider to be a hostile witness) sent me a link to the March 2, 2016 program, Strategies to Survive and Thrive in Rough Times, with the suggestion that I listen to Doug Hagmann’s rant in the first hour against bloggers, emailers and those who have weaponized crayons. Somehow the premier father investigator managed to expertly intermingle his tirades with commentary on George Bush, Iraq, and a fourteenth century church which had been blown up. So if you decide to listen for yourself, I hope you can white knuckle it through the twists and turns in this river.
I have transcribed Doug Hagmann’s two minute tirade which begins at the 33.23 mark against bloggers who transcribe his words. Unfortunately, I was unable to interpret what he was angrily pounding on his keyboard; maybe Joe knows. On down the stream of this video, Hagmann continued his tirade against the weaponized use of crayons, which you shall have to analyze for yourself. As for me, I only listened from the 33.23 rant to the end of the first hour, when I decided to throw this mess into the washing machine.
Doug Hagmann: And you know what? We got these little itty bitty eh these little itty bitty backbiting ankle biting Christians out there who sit there and type in (hitting his keyboard with his fingers) blogs, OK? Can you hear that? (hitting his fingers again on the keyboard) type in blogs and they say well did you hear what he said? Did you hear what he said? He said that the yuh he should oh (Joe interjects “the end fight”) the yeah they really should oh my goodness are they gee whiz do you know something? Do you know what Doug said? Or do you know what Steve said? Or can you believe this because you know I went to church and and this is not Godlike alright? Well Doug, you know what the the the OK I think I know I am mixing things. I know you (ie. Joe) are attempting to kind of quell my my anger but I am going to tell you something.
You you out there you out there behind the keyboard who sit there and type every friggin word that we say in this studio, and I know you do because I read it, and I get emails on it. You sit there and monitor everything we say but by God you holier than thou Christian, by God do you think for one second you can turn your attention on what really you should be uh pissed off about? You should be pissed off about that twenty seven thousand square foot 14 century old huge hole in Iraq. That’s what you should be mad about! Instead of sitting there saying Oh, well, did you hear what he said? Did you hear that? Ahh, that’s unbiblical, I think we should take OH COME ON!! Grow some, men, grow some kahonies. Women, I’ll tell ya, do your job, as Christians!
Joe Hagmann: Absolutely.
I started listening to the Hagmann & Hagmann Report on Blogtalk radio probably back in 2013/14 or so, so I feel that I’ve earned the right to comment on what I’ve heard throughout this time period. As most of you know, Doug Hagmann and Steve Quayle go way back in time together as friends, and were repeat guests on Coast to Coast AM, which covers politics, the paranormal, UFOs and various other alternative media topics. If you are unfamiliar with Coast to Coast AM’s history, an interesting background piece has been done, extensively documenting the connections between their radio guests in an article called Cult of National Security Trolls: Art Bell & Coast to Coast AM by Joel v.d. Reijden. The author has categorized Hagmann and Quayle under Necon Politics, and makes comments on their good friend Alex Jones, among others. The interesting thing about Joel Reijden is that he is not an American, and was interested in paranormal research; therefore one cannot accuse him of being swayed by Christian doctrine.
The Hagman Report claims its listener base consists primarily of Christians. At times, the Hagmann radio show has featured church services with preaching, scripture readings and communion services, and Quayle has been documented as suggesting that listeners tithe to this program. Both the hosts and their guests repeat the denigrating theme of complaining about what they term the Sheeplepeople, who evidence stupidity because they have not been altered by the Paradigm Shift propagandized by the Hagmann/Quayle Inner Circle of Trust. Both Hagmann and Quayle expect their listeners to trust them without question, for vetting the backgrounds of their various anonymous insider sources, which claim to be military, intelligence or financial experts.
Sensationalism surrounds these Christian Truthtellers‘ reporting of current events, and assertions are frequently made without proper supporting evidence and facts. A fear-based End Times Biblical scenario is promoted as a basis for selling books, gold, silver, and prepper supplies. If anyone questions their motives or facts, both Hagmann and Quayle hit back hard at these persons who do not properly exhibit blind loyalty.
The latest example is the above rant against bloggers who accurately quote their words. The problem is not that someone has misquoted them; the problem is that someone has documented in writing what they have actually said. Of course, no one has proven to me that there is at this moment in time, another blog out there transcribing the words of the Inner Circle of Trust other than me, so I guess I had better take Hagmann’s rant as personal. And as my readers know, I am definitely a Holier Than Thou, little itty bitty, ankle biter Christian, who we must now presume is avidly read by none other than Doug Hagmann himself. Given that I recently heard Quayle laughingly boast that he had failed Algebra I, I must also surmise that he is a great fan of this blog. If we subtract from my Stats page, all of the people who I write about and their loyal following, that leaves very few readers on my side. Apparently the problem these Christian Truthtellers have with me is that I do not go away.
Hagmann and Quayle have gotten away with much over the years in part to their creation of a large river of words flowing through radio land, which if notes are not kept, one cannot locate what they said in times past. Hagmann’s program used to be two hours long, but now it is three hours a night for five nights a week. And he boasts, (God forbid!) that he can go on for six hours. Fifteen hours of talk flowing along per week, which listeners then vaguely remember that they might have heard thus and so, but no one remembers in what part of which program it was said. Transcriptions of audio are very similar to the usefulness of transcriptions made by a court reporter during a trial. A written record can be reviewed and analyzed in a way that words flowing through our ears, never can be.
As Christians, we should be cognizant of God’s words, our own words, and also of those words coming from persons who highly influence our thinking. There are many Christians who listen to The Hagmann Report daily; that is three hours of hearing the words of men who deliberately are molding the thought patterns in the mind of each listener.
Doug Hagmann as Chief Propagandist, is the ultimate hypocrite in lashing out with the “holier than thou” accusation. Do you recall the hubris displayed by both Hagmann and Quayle on air and in their February 10, 2015 article, Setting The Record Straight: Joint Response Addressing The Character Assassinations Underway? Both Hagmann and Quayle consider themselves to be without reproach as the Watchmen of God. If you recently listened to the Timothy Alberino carbon monoxide story with Steve Quayle, everyone is extolling each other’s integrity. The same was done by Alex Jones recently, when he exalted the foresight and knowledge of his guest Doug Hagmann, on his show. All these men are beyond reproach in their own view. So what does Jesus Christ have to say about such a high view of self?
Matthew 12:33-37 says, Either make the tree good, and his fruit good; or else make the tree corrupt, and his fruit corrupt,; for the tree is known by his fruit. O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things? for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh. A good man out of the good treasure of the heart bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things. But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned. Was Jesus Christ speaking only to those stupid Sheeplepeople sitting in the pews of churches where repentance is not preached?
Doug Hagmann just cannot bring himself to give bloggers and emailers who do not exalt him, credit for being good family members, good neighbors, or good Christians who have done many charitable works, obeyed the Great Commission to make disciples and preach the gospel to the lost. Surely anyone who questions the words and motives of the anointed Watchmen deserve, in their view, to be reproved for obeying the Lord, rather than them.
I don’t know if Doug Hagmann attends a local church, but we have heard Steve Quayle boast that he does not. But since I do, here is something I learned from hearing the preaching of the Bible in a local congregation of believers: Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath: For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God. James 1:19-20