For this special interview I was joined by William Blum, a former US State Department official and the author of Rogue State and Killing Hope.
Blum is a leading critic of US foreign policy around the world. On this
show we mainly discussed the US-Israeli relationship, and the Israeli
factor behind US foreign policy in the Middle East. We disagree on a
number of issues, so nearing the end we engaged in some interesting
dialogue about what drives the neocons (I say Zionism, he says American
nationalism) and false flag terrorism.
Dr. Duke announced that he will be on the Alex Jones Show at 1PM
Eastern Time today. He then brought on Pastor Mark Dankof for a
discussion of the implications of Donald Trump's candidacy. While Trump
has deep ties to Jewish tribalists and is by no means a savior, the
attention he is focusing on the immigration issue is extremely valuable.
Dankof noted the contrast between the way Trump is tolerated by the Zio
media with how Pat Buchanan was shunned during his presidential runs,
and posited that this was because Buchanan's anti-immigrant message was
part of an overall platform that was contrary to Jewish interests,
whereas Trump, who is calling for U.S. troops to be resent to Iraq,
supports large swaths of the Zionist agenda. He concluded by pointing
out that the Zio wars in the Middle East and North Africa are creating
the conditions for the massive wave of immigration that is sweeping
Anyone who familiarizes themselves with the work of public relations head pioneer Edward Bernays
may recognize this ideology of how to control the masses. His ideas
were very similar to what we are hearing today. It was Bernays who
specifically said that the masses could be controlled by controlling the
“circumstances” around them and “staging” situations to ultimately
guide mass behavior. ***Read full article here***
Middle East has been in a state of chaos for years now, with each
passing year bringing a new wave of instability, carnage and human
suffering to the people of the region. From Afghanistan to Iraq, Libya
to Syria, Western
foreign policy has directly caused or exacerbated much of the chaos we
see in the region today and has contributed to a growing trend of
pertinent question of our time however is whether this instability and
destabilization is a result of inept strategy by Western nations, or a
calculated strategy by the West to intentionally create chaos, balkanize
nations and increase sectarian tensions in the region?
On August 16th, two undercover EPD officers attended a book talk at the Rossdale Community League Hall in downtown Edmonton. The officers were investigating We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo: Free Thinkers Question the French 9/11, which has apparently elicited complaints from B’nai Brith Canada. Out of uniform and posing as ordinary audience members, the Hate Police officers watched my book talk.
During the intermission between my lecture and the subsequent presentation by University of Lethbridge professor Anthony Hall, the officers flashed their badges and identified themselves as members of the Hate Speech Squad. They said they had received a complaint referencing “conspiracy theories” and “anti-Semitism.”