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Peter Schaenk, 6/13/2008–FIGHT’N SIDE OF ME

June 14, 2008

  • Marxism calls for the destruction of Civilization as we know it.
    With that destruction a power vacuum will be created only to be filled
    by a One World Government…A Jew World Order.

  • Rousseau, Marx, Freud, The Frankfurt School, and Freemasonry, all
    have similar goals. The destruction of Western Civilization, “The old
    Roman order”, to facilitate a Utopian society, or heaven on earth.

  • Peter discusses Freud’s theories as used by Edward Bernays, to
    implement social change and control of the masses to facilitate a New
    Order.

  • All this and more.

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55 Responses to “Peter Schaenk, 6/13/2008–FIGHT’N SIDE OF ME”

  1. roscoe on June 14th, 2008 3:41 pm

    It is a mistake to think that a Freemason and revolutionary like Jefferson is an enemy of Rousseau. The latters doctrine of the Social Contract(an exaggerated idea of the importance of the sovereinty of the people) IS the doctrine of Jefferson. I have been wondering when the apostle of reason(Rousseau) would make an appearance on the VOR network.

    The occult hexagram has been on the seal of the US since the beginning and IMO represents the effort to destroy Western Civilisation, not to build it. And BTW, Western Civilisation did not have to wait for the Holy Roman Empire to materialise, it began when St’s Peter and Paul were executed in Rome long before that.

    With respect to the aboriginal savages who roamed the land that we now call the US; they were no worse than the heretics that came here and I do belive that the American Indians had every right to rebel against those Anabaptist, Calvinist, Quaker, Huegenot heretical barbarians who adopted the hexagram as their seal.

    It is possible to be a white man and be a barbarian also. This is why I posted the names of the leaders of the Revolutionary Commune( Jefferson was in Paris at this time). The September Massacre is about to happen; thousands of unarmed Catholic Priests and Nuns are butchered by gangs of revolutionaries. They would be released from prison into the courtyard where bands of revolutionary Judaics and Frenchmen were wating with swords. Direct orders were given not to pike them in the heart or cut off their heads; the martyrs were simply sliced up. Indians were no worse than this and in fact a converted Indian Chief wrote to Pius IX when he was ‘thrown out of Rome’ in 1870 that he would not have treated the Pope in this way even when they were still savages.

    An apology for Jefferson does not make it with me, no thank you.

  2. roscoe on June 14th, 2008 3:42 pm

    Holy Roman Empire above should read Holy Roman Germanic Empire.

  3. katman on June 14th, 2008 3:59 pm

    a song for roscoe

    So, so you think you can tell
    Heaven from Hell,
    Blue skies from pain.
    Can you tell a green field
    From a cold steel rail?
    A smile from a veil?
    Do you think you can tell?

    Did they get you to trade
    Your heroes for ghosts?
    Hot ashes for trees?
    Hot air for a cool breeze?
    Cold comfort for change?
    Did you exchange
    A walk on part in the war,
    For a lead role in a cage?

    How I wish, how I wish you were here.
    We’re just two lost souls
    Swimming in a fish bowl,
    Year after year,
    Running over the same old ground.
    What have we found
    The same old fears.
    Wish you were here.

    you are not here yet roscoe? when are you going to be here?

  4. roscoe on June 14th, 2008 4:12 pm

    Sung no doubt to the tune of Yankee Doodle Dandy.

  5. Peter Schaenk on June 14th, 2008 4:40 pm

    Roscoe, I’m just curious…Do you even listen to the broadcasts?

    If so… what the hell are you talking about and what does this have to do with any of the topics I brought up in the broadcast?

    If you want to get revenge on the people responsible for some Catholic massacre that happened over 200 years ago, then I believe this is not the appropriate blog for you.

    Besides, I don’t recall revenge being a Christian trait. Isn’t it more indicative of Judaism?

  6. roscoe on June 14th, 2008 4:49 pm

    Shankus–you brought up Rousseau. I was commenting that I don’t think you understand him and his relationship to the Revolutionary philosophy of Jefferson. And this is not about revenge at all. It is about Western Civilisation and what it means–Roman Christianity. Fact is Jefferson was a Freemason. If I hadn’t listened to the broadcast, I wouldn’t have known you were talking about Rousseau.

  7. cruise boostamonty on June 14th, 2008 5:47 pm

    On the subject of the music. Peter do not let the whiners change the format that you prefer. I never got tired of that old Who music you played and I am guessing it was from the only Who album that I never owned. SELL OUT? It reminds me of the same type of cool stuff that Pink Floyd was playing at that time. And the music the VOR plays when the other shows are not on makes that Hal Turner station sound like a bubble gum thing. But I enjoyed that Merl Haggard thing you played too. Thanks for the shows Cruise.

  8. katman on June 14th, 2008 6:10 pm

    roscoe, you couldn’t be more wrong. what a load of horse manure. in the words of richard mllhous nixon……..everything you said is pure poppycock……..

  9. Charles on June 14th, 2008 6:18 pm

    Great Show. I have learned at lot.

    Keep on speaking the truth, for it will set us free.

    Free us from the Eddy Bernes, and the jews.

    And the Alex Jones.

  10. roscoe on June 14th, 2008 9:39 pm

    Shankus is correct when he equates the Communist philosophy of Marx to Rousseau. This philosophy is the sovereinty(sp?) of the people contained in the latters Contract Social. All revolutions since 1776 have used this false doctrine. The Constitution of US begins ‘We the people’ and this is the philosophy of Jefferson. Contrast this with the Constitution of the Roman Church which begins ‘Our Lord Jesus Christ………’ These are two diametrically oppossed theories because in Christianity the people are in a fallen state and in need of redemption.

    The old testament gives us a priesthood to direct the people and this is the correct Christian philosophy to be exercised by the Pope.

    I have been wondering when the ‘apostle of reason’ (Rousseau) would make an appearance here ot the reason network and if anyone understands him.

  11. Mark Lavarre on June 14th, 2008 10:16 pm

    Peter’s music is great, I especially like how he plays the Animals “Sky Pilot”, what a great song!!!

  12. katman on June 14th, 2008 11:14 pm

    The old testament gives us a priesthood to direct the people and this is the correct Christian philosophy to be exercised by the Pope.<<<<

    huh? what?

  13. roscoe on June 14th, 2008 11:37 pm

    Shankus–I see what you are saying now. I had developed a habit of fastforwarding through the tape when you are not talking. I missed the debate on Rousseau’s views on equality. I will start listening to the breaks.

    In any case, it is the theory of the sovereign people in the Contract Social that John Jacks is most famous for. Taine blames this philosophy for the Revolution. It is the same philosophy of the American Revolution in which btw, Louis(to his regret) helped considerably.

  14. roscoe on June 15th, 2008 1:04 am

    And could you give us more on why you are concerned about Bernays and bacon for the second time now?

  15. K-Sensor on June 15th, 2008 1:39 am

    Funny. Obviously Peter is having a go as Alex Jones with Country Music. I haven’t been listening to Jones but I know he calls his staff to put on music.

  16. roscoe on June 15th, 2008 1:44 am

    I hate country music, hippy music and opera music equally

  17. BlackPope on June 15th, 2008 9:32 am

    Seems to me not only do we have a jewish problem, but we have a Catholic problem.

  18. maurice on June 15th, 2008 10:20 am

    Better do a cleaning on the posts… Lots of “Divide et Impera” stuff. Tipically form the Judaic.
    Please cancel also my post.

  19. LipSync on June 15th, 2008 12:53 pm

    I loved the start of this show. It made me laugh with Peter singing away there like some country singer on his (hoss) horse.

    I love most music. Rock, Classical, Heavy Metal etc… The only song I didn’t like that Peter was playing, was the one with ‘throw the Jew down the well’. I loved the words, because they fit right in, but the movie that it comes from is absolute filth and works entirely for the Jew in some ways. They want that type of filth put out there, whether it insults the Jews or not.

    The movie is called Borat and I watched it once. It was repulsive. A mans balls dangling in front of another mans face and this was suppose to be funny? Those men were animals. Actually animals have more morals.

    But Peter, I would miss your rock’n'roll routine, even though I love country music as well. Perhaps a bit of both once in a while, but your rock’n'roll is like your trademark. Even Gooch sits back and sings to it.

    Still listening to this show as I type. Keep up the good work.

  20. roscoe on June 15th, 2008 1:12 pm

    I would like to congratulate Shankus again on making it clear that Fraud and Bernays were after the destruction of the Roman Church. Anyone who still thinks Rome is a judaic operation should pay attention to Peter.

    Keeping in mind of course that it is correct to describe the v2 anti-church as a judaic operation–the end result of Fraud and Bernays.

    New book found on Czar Paul I: author==Waliszewski. Go to http://used.addall.com

  21. roscoe on June 15th, 2008 1:18 pm

    When you attack the Catholic Church, you are doing the work of the judaic–Peter Schaenk

  22. Black Pope on June 15th, 2008 2:57 pm

    A Catholic Goes to Confession

    In a small cathedral a janitor was cleaning the pews between services when he was approached by the minister. The minister asked the janitor, “Could you go into the confessional and listen to confessions for me? I really have to go to the bathroom and the Widow McGee is coming. She tends to go on and on but never really does anything worthy of serious repentance, so when she’s done just give her 10 Hail Mary’s and I’ll be right back.”

    Being the helpful sort, the janitor agreed. Just as expected the Widow McGee came into the booth and started her confession. “Oh Father, I have truly sinned, I have given into carnal thoughts and have had oral sex.”

    Stunned, the janitor had no idea how to handle this situation. Surely 10 Hail Mary’s would not do. So, in a moment of desperation the janitor peered his head out of the confessional and asked an altar boy, “Son, what does the minister give for oral sex?”

    The altar boy said, “a Snickers bar and a Coke.”

  23. Zelea on June 15th, 2008 4:30 pm

    Give the anti-Catholic diatribes a rest! Discuss issues that are germane to the show like cultural Marxism:

    http://calltodecision.com/wic.htm

    http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/Articles/Political%20Correctness.htm

  24. maurice on June 15th, 2008 6:11 pm

    Very good is not an organized forum.

  25. maurice on June 15th, 2008 6:11 pm

    So after few comments…

  26. maurice on June 15th, 2008 6:13 pm

    the psots are rather difficult to appear in “public”.

  27. maurice on June 15th, 2008 6:14 pm

    Also those “funny judaic jokes”.

  28. maurice on June 15th, 2008 6:15 pm

    I repeat: “better cancel the posts periodically”, also my posts, of course.

  29. roscoe on June 15th, 2008 9:55 pm

    I would hope that the above post by black pope would be considered detrimental to the work being done here at VOR.

  30. katman on June 15th, 2008 11:12 pm

    ok roscoe, i will bite on that one. what exactly do you think this network is all about? come on out and spell it out for us so that there will be no misunderstanding. i sincerely would like to know exactly what you think this is all about. because i can tell you. i already know what you are going to say. but i just want you to admit it once and for all to all the fine readers on this forum. i just have to ask you. are you a jewish catholic by chance?

  31. maurice on June 16th, 2008 1:02 am

    I hope only that this network is not all about keeping good christians divided.
    The old Judaic “Divide et Impera”.
    We have really infiltrations in all religions (and in ALL networks)and also good christians and good information from all of them to use in our fight to defend Western Christian Civilization and keep our people away from the Judaic Fables.

    “O Christian! not, like feather, by each wind
    Removable; nor think to cleanse yourselves
    In every water. Either testament,
    The old and new, is yours: and for your guide,
    The shepherd of the church. Let this suffice
    To save you. When by evil lust enticed,
    Remember ye be men, not senseless beasts;
    Nor let the Jew, who dwelleth in your streets,
    Hold you in mockery. Be not, as the lamb,
    That, fickle wanton, leaves its mother’s milk,
    To dally with itself in idle play.”
    Paradise by Dante Alighieri

  32. LipSync on June 16th, 2008 6:31 am

    I’m thinking you may have hit the nail on the head there Katman. Could be wrong of course, but I was thinking the same a while ago, but dismissed it.

  33. maurice on June 16th, 2008 7:20 am

    may have hit… could be worng… but I was thinking…

    Maybe Peter can decide for you guys?

  34. LipSync on June 16th, 2008 9:52 am

    What are you smoking Maurice and is it legal?

  35. roscoe on June 16th, 2008 12:13 pm

    It is the katman who is the follower of the judaic Calvin, not myself or maurice. I hope Shankus keeps it up with the idea of throne and altar; this is the foundation of Western Civilisation—not ‘we the people’. Jefferson and almost all of the founders of America were revolutionaries and adepts of Rousseau, not his adversaries.

    Maybe the Rousseau controversy will lead to a few shows on the French Revolution. Jacobins are the same thing as Communists. anyway.

  36. Dietrich on June 16th, 2008 5:44 pm

    The music is a touchy issue, but it shouldn’t be. You can be certain that there will be things played that you’ve never heard or that you don’t like. That’s just the way it is, unfortunately. Hey, it beats the hell out of dead air.

    OTOH, for those keeping count, we get way more voices of those who like the music than those who do not (two so far who have spoken up). We’ll keep shaking things up from time to time, so maybe we’ll hit on something you do like. The thing is to have a nice mix of stuff you haven’t heard and stuff you have, IMO. Right now, our rotation is divided up thusly:

    1/5th rock
    1/5th alt.
    1/5th classical
    1/5th lounge
    1/5th electronica

    This isn’t counting weekends, however, when we generally do a long set of AC/DC or Zeppelin on Saturday nights.

    -DM

  37. Charles on June 16th, 2008 6:15 pm

    Play whatever music you want, Peter.
    Even during your RBN days you played obscure, 60′s-sounding, psychedelic surf music that I, for one, have never heard.
    It’s kind of your trademark.

    What’s the tune with, “…if you feel you want to disappear…then close your eyes!!”??

  38. maurice on June 16th, 2008 6:22 pm

    Is the lack of hierarchy and humility that leads to egalitarian ideas. And so we have french revolution, american revolution, italian unification, end of colonies in africa, etc. etc.
    Hierarchy is natural law: we have hierarchy everywhere in our world and we have to accept it with humility. I accept that one person is better than me, or I accept that one is my boss although he is no better, or I accept that one race or culture is better than mine.

  39. maurice on June 16th, 2008 7:24 pm

    Not that the American revolution was bad per se (and I am really poor in this part of history) but I am sure that was full of these egalitarian and anti-hierarchy ideas. To accept hierarchy does not means that people can’t revolt against a very bad duke, prince, or king.

  40. maurice on June 16th, 2008 8:08 pm

    Sorry lipsync.
    Roscoe says:
    “I would hope that the above post by black pope would be considered detrimental to the work being done here at VOR.”
    And katman calls him a marrano.
    I can’ t see how he “may have hit the nail on the head”.

  41. katman on June 16th, 2008 8:42 pm

    “The fact is, that at the formation of our government, many had formed their political opinions on European writings and practices, believing [these]…a safer guide than mere theory. The doctrines of Europe were, that men in numerous associations cannot be restrained within the limits of order and justice, but by forces physical and moral, wielded over them by authorities independent of their will. Hence their organization of kings, hereditary nobles, and priests…. We believed…that man was a rational animal, endowed by nature with rights, and with an innate sense of justice; and that he could be restrained from wrong and protected in right, by moderate powers, confided to persons of his own choice, and held to their duties by dependence on his own will. We believed that the complicated organization of kings, nobles, and priests, was not the wisest nor best to effect the happiness of associated man…. We believed that men, enjoying in ease and security the full fruits of their own industry, enlisted by all their interests on the side of law and order, habituated to think for themselves, and to follow their reason as their guide, would be ore easily and safely governed than with minds nourished in error, and vitiated and debased, as in Europe, by ignorance, indigence, and oppression.”

    Letter to William Johnson, June 12, 1823

    certainly doesn’t sound Rousseauistic to me roscoe. tell you what roscoe, i am going to be nice and give you one time and one time only to apolgize to the people of this forum for lying about one of our founding fathers and i want that apology by tonight. if this apology is not forthcoming, then i will have no other choice but to do what general Maximus Decimus Meridius said in the movie…’gladiator’ and that is ………unleash hell……….you have exactly 4 hours to do this. :)

  42. roscoe on June 16th, 2008 9:35 pm

    If you can show me where I have lied about a founding ‘father’ , I will apologise. I have never seen the movie Gladiator so I don’t have any idea what kind of ‘hell’ you are talking about, but other than that, your post sounds menacing and threatning.

  43. roscoe on June 16th, 2008 11:29 pm

    It would be very valuable for conspiracy researchers to read Hippolylte Taines history of the revolution–he is not a Catholic.

  44. roscoe on June 16th, 2008 11:54 pm

    And in respect to hierarchy maurice, that is the question–at what point are the people justified in deposing a despised King. Pres, Caesar etc( or Pope(anti-popes) for that matter? The answer is it doesn’t matter any more because all of Western Civilisation(founded by Roman Christianity acc to no less a source than Peter Schaenk last week) is under occupation at this time. The occupation is so severe that only devine intervention will change things.

    Is 2012 going to be it? Remember y2k–this will be alot bigger and if the Photonic Band is real, who knows what could happen. It may be a Biblical type catastrophy or the effect going into the Photonic Band may not be the same as leaving it. In that case, something else may happen.

    All I know is that it is far to late to do anything about what is happening.

  45. roscoe on June 17th, 2008 12:02 am

    On a spiritual level as Catholics we are in the meantime to work for a restoration of the true Papacy. I realise this is a dream but as i have posted previously, Mexicns wouldn’t even be coming up here if the Catholic Church was functioning there as it was in the early 19th Century. A healthy nation with a bright future and then…………

    There was no such thing as the poverty you see in mexico at that time–not even anywhere close.

    And at seems as if Katman does not think much of the first amendment of his hero.

  46. roscoe on June 17th, 2008 12:03 am

    …..should read in Mexico now…..

  47. maurice on June 17th, 2008 12:59 am

    A healthy nation with a bright future and then…………
    “The Cristero War (also known as the Cristiada) of 1926 to 1929 was an uprising against the anti-Catholic Mexican government of the time, set off specifically by the anti-clerical provisions of the Mexican Constitution of 1917.”
    Maybe the only real mexican heroes: the Cristeros.
    Viva Cristo Rey!

  48. roscoe on June 17th, 2008 1:20 am

    Thank you maurice for the addendum–I would imagine this revolt was against the Calles Gov–yes?. I however was referring to 100yrs earlier when the revolution originally broke out after things quited down in Europe(for a while)after the congress of Vienna.

    I am assuming that the person quoted in katmans above post is Jefferson although it is not stated. Notice the use of the words rational and reason by Jefferson. My under standing is that Voltaire(the apostle of rationalism) and Rousseau(reason) did not like each other very much.

  49. maurice on June 17th, 2008 1:48 am

    The founder father of Italy, Garibaldi, had a collection of skeletons in his closet.
    Maybe Jefferson has some, and is normal as we know who is “the prince of this world”. But maybe (I repeat, I’m zero on american history) at the end his fruits were not so bad.

  50. maurice on June 17th, 2008 1:50 am

    Yes, Plutarco Elías Calles.

  51. roscoe on June 17th, 2008 2:13 am

    Jefferson was a revolutionary. Making it clear that having voluntarily served in the US Army I consider myself a loyal American at this time, I probably would have been a Tory.

    There is of course great value to the bill of rights but it only exists on paper at this time really.

  52. maurice on June 17th, 2008 2:59 am

    sorry for my ignorance but what the h… is Photonic Band?
    sounds rather patriotard, no?

  53. roscoe on June 17th, 2008 9:35 pm

    I DO NOT KNOW IF PHOTONIC BAND IS REAL but I do know that the Sun is in motion(despite Galileo’s machinations) and that the earth’s axis has a precession period of 26,000 yrs. Something had to CAUSE the Biblical flood.

    This is also covered in Ickes Truth Shall Set You
    Free chap 19.

  54. Yippy on June 18th, 2008 10:05 am

    “The only song I didn’t like that Peter was playing, was the one with ‘throw the Jew down the well’. I loved the words, because they fit right in, but the movie that it comes from is absolute filth and works entirely for the Jew in some ways. They want that type of filth put out there, whether it insults the Jews or not.

    The movie is called Borat and I watched it once. It was repulsive. A mans balls dangling in front of another mans face and this was suppose to be funny? Those men were animals. Actually animals have more morals.”

    Indeed the singer of that song and the star of the film Borat is a Jew by the name of Sacha Baron Cohen. He previously had fame with a similar TV show in Britain called Ali G. But yes, a Jew through and through.

  55. Bob in DC on June 18th, 2008 11:43 am

    Why would someone poison a friend’s well with a Jew?

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