James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is a philosopher of science and conspiracy theorist. Since the late 1970s, Fetzer has worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and foundations of scientific explanation, probability in science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of cognitive science, especially artificial intelligence and computer science.
Dr. David Ernest Duke (born 1 July 1950) is a European American best known as an advocate for the rights of Europeans in the United States and around the world as well as criticisms of Jewish supremacism.
Duke has been a prolific author, politician and media
personality whose works have reached very large audiences. Consequently
he has often been attacked and misrepresented in various ways.
Today: (Full show CF) Dr. Duke and Dr. Slattery Prove that it is not the Russians who are our Enemies but the Jewish Supremacists!
Charles Giuliani is a writer and radio host who is best known for his show Truth Hertz on Oracle Broadcasting. Giuliani was previously an Evangelical but during the latter part of the 2000s became an atheist and his show is strongly critical of religion, particularly what he calls "The Jew Book." Giuliani discusses a wide variety of topics including Jewish supremacism, revisionist history, religion and false flags. After Oracle, Giuliani spent some time on Waking America Radio Network, but moved to the Mami's Shit affiliated Outside Radio. In May 2014. He moved to American Nationalist Network, then to Renegade Broadcasting in September 2015.
Today: Charles talks about the story of Christ’s birth and how it is a work of fiction and then moves onto the horrors of circumcision.
James Tracy: How Questioning the Sandy Hook Official Narrative Cost Me My Tenured Professorship
James Tracy was fired from his tenured professorship at Florida Atlantic University for questioning official narratives of terror events, especially the 12/14/2012 Sandy Hook shooting, whose fourth anniversary is today. (He is suing his university administration – please contribute to his legal defense fund.)
Now Tracy’s Memory Hole Blog has been taken down by WordPress, with no clear explanation given.
Don't let this man be silenced! Listen to this interview and spread the word.
Central Intelligence Agency is declaring the Washington Post’s
much-hyped story linking the Russian government to hacking the
presidential election to help Donald Trump an “outright lie,” according
to CIA personnel with direct knowledge of the case.
The Washington Post, in a front-page splash on Friday, fingered the
CIA for allegedly confirming the wild rumors of Russian hacking that
were concocted and spread by Democratic lawmakers for months preceding
the election and the weeks since the GOP win. The Washington Post’s
story, however, contained no CIA sources and in fact, no credible U.S.
intelligence agency sources whatsoever. Instead, it hinged on what
unnamed lawmakers had supposedly been told by unidentified, supposed
CIA-linked sources in “secret” briefings: That the CIA had developed
proof the Russian state waged an orchestrated campaign to destabilize
the U.S. election to benefit GOP-candidate Trump.
“It’s an outright lie,” a CIA analyst divulged to True Pundit.
“There’s nothing definitive like that. There are leads from activity
originating in Finland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Britain, France, China
Multiple CIA sources are now denouncing the Washington Post for
knowingly reporting misleading national security intelligence.
Intelligence insiders said no one in the Agency or in the FBI, who is
running at least one parallel inquiry, has ruled out a possible internal
leak within the Democratic National Committee from actor(s) inside the
United States who funneled private DNC emails to Wikileaks.
On the rabid Sunday morning political talk show circuit yesterday,
fueled by the Washington Post’s thinly-sourced yet highly-lauded
reporting, Sen. John McCain implored President Elect Trump to look at
the CIA-Russian information which he said was credible. McCain, however,
as the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman, had strangely never
publicly disseminated such intelligence prior to Sunday. And no other
elected officials have stepped up to echo his narrative or that of the
CIA and intelligence sources, however, quickly countered McCain’s
claims as speculative at best, saying his information is simply not
accurate and he, as the Arizona senator has done previously, was
grandstanding for the media without knowing key facts.
“If he (McCain) in fact is being told that information, it is bad
information,” a CIA source said, pondering whether McCain had perhaps
been briefed by outgoing CIA Director John Brennan or his loyal Agency
underlings. Multiple sources said Brennan and his inner circle in the
Agency could not be trusted to disseminate any true
intelligence, especially in their final days on the job, without
tainting raw data with political ideologies that parallel their White
Trump has already named Kansas Congressman Mike Pompeo as Brennan’s
successor and CIA personnel anxiously anticipate Brennan’s departure,
sources said. (But you won’t read about that in the Washington Post.)
Could the Russian state be linked to hacking to influence the 2016
U.S. election? Intelligence analysts, again, reiterate there is no
overwhelming current evidence to definitively link any government to
such rogue actions.
CIA personnel said any official information released by Brennan or
the White House on this issue prior to President Barack Obama’s
departure from office should be discounted and tuned out as partisan
The CIA sources’ collective assessment that the Washington Post
purposely and brutally misrepresented the CIA’s findings is the third
blow to the embattled newspaper in the last week, having been busted
writing two other high profile fake stories on national security that
were quickly proven to be problematic and ultimately bogus.