Buzz About The NWO Reporter
March 8, 2017: Ginny Stoner joins the crew from Voices from Afar to interview special guest Jon Rappoport in the first hour; Ginny speaks in the second hour. (Requires subscription.)
February 1, 2017: Ginny Stoner joins host Bill Demarest and the crew from Voices From Afar for a bit of woo. (Requires subscription.)
April 19, 2015: It may not always mean what you want it to, but the NWO Reporter has Political Art that Means Something by Jon Rappoport.
July 7, 2014: Jon Rappoport reviews the NWO Reporter -- it's the best thing since sliced mud!
July 3, 2014: Editor-in-Chief Ginny Stoner muscles her way onto INN World Report Radio with Tom Keily.
July 1, 2014 / 2042: The New World Order Reporter debuts to thunderous applause from the Global Overlords.
Contributing Android Editor:
Henry Foster IV (Office v.7)
Editor-in-Chief Ginny Stoner is an attorney, artist, cartoonist and writer in Austin, Texas, in the future North American Union.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Colorado, a Master of Arts in social and personality psychology from the University of Nebraska, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska. Her graduate education focused on the interface of law and psychology.
Ginny is dedicated to a glorious globalist future, where .001% of the population controls all natural and human resources on the planet; .099% are privileged minions who carry out their nefarious will; and the remaining 99.9% live an austere and obsequious existence of voluntary servitude to the global overlords.
At least, that's what she said in her resume, when she applied for this job in your glorious globalist future.
Virginia "Ginny" Stoner
Contributing Editor Henry Foster was manufactured in 2042 by Androids-R-Us, a leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art robotic and artificial intelligence technology.
Henry is a slightly irregular model. He's a little too inclined to blunt truth, and is sometimes lacking in discretion, but the discount was just too tempting to pass up.
Still, Henry is an ideal example of the superiority of android labor. There's no chatting around the water cooler, no paid vacation or sick days, no annoying suggestions for "improving the company", and no discrimination lawsuits. Just give him his upgrade and tune-up once a year and he's happy.