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Peter Schaenk 7/8/08 Interview with John “Birdman” Bryant

July 9, 2008

PETER SCHAENK INTERVIEWS JOHN (BIRDMAN) BRYANT

You may not agree with John Bryant aka “Birdman”, but you will find his interview thought provoking to say the least.

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  1. Archive » Peter Schaenk 7/8/08 Interview with John “Birdman” Bryant on July 9th, 2008 4:22 pm

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  2. roscoe on July 9th, 2008 6:28 pm

    Shankus–For old times sake can you reprise the ‘When you attack The Catholic Church, you are doing the work of the Judaic’ quote? It seems as if the heretic katman still doesn’t get it after all this time.

  3. roscoe on July 9th, 2008 10:07 pm

    Both Ali- Liston fights were fixed. So was the Rumble In The Jungle as Foreman went public a few months ago saying he was drugged before the event.

  4. Tom in Austin on July 9th, 2008 10:41 pm

    Welcome back Peter.

  5. Peter Schaenk on July 10th, 2008 12:40 am

    Thanks Tom. It’s good to be back.

  6. roscoe on July 10th, 2008 2:49 pm

    Mr Bryant–it is the Roman Catholic Church that is the foundation of Western Civilisation, not the white race per se. It is of course true that white people are the only ones who accepted(at one time) the Church collectively. Now most white people(like yourself)( and certainly almost all people of the other races)have chosen to reject the Cathoic Church.

    Whether this rejection of Jesus manifests itself as Talmudism, Protestantism, v2 ism, atheism, or any other such ism is in the end irrelevant.

  7. roscoe on July 10th, 2008 3:04 pm

    It is time to stop playing possum with the guests you have on Shankus. The next time you have someone like Bryant on, can you ask if they understand why Galileo was censored by the INQ–this will be a disputation on the real origins of Western Civilisation.

  8. roscoe on July 10th, 2008 3:08 pm

    I’ll bet Mr. Bryant and almost everyone else reading this thinks that Galileo was censored by the INQ because he said that the Earth revolved around the Sun–THIS IS NOT TRUE.

  9. roscoe on July 10th, 2008 9:55 pm

    It was a somewhat disappointing interview in that there were no questions re: the relationship of Western Civilisation to Christianity. It would be interesting to know if Mr Bryant accepts the Gregorian Calendar of the Roman Church and if not, what he would suggest in it’s place.
    Shankus–recently you commented that ben 16(an anti-pope really) isattempting to restore the true Latin Mass and this might begin a moral restoration of sorts. Not being a priest, I don’t know exactly what he is doing but until the v2 doctrine is erased from the books and the Magisterium(collective articles of faith defined in the VI Constitution) of the Church is restored with a true Pope, it doesn’t matter very much–even the SSPX (society of St Pius X) isn’t falling ben 16 machinations.

    Does anyone know when the first carrier pidgeon was used? I have heard it speculated upon somewhere that this is how Rothschild got the word about Waterloo and therefore duped all the investors.

  10. Wolf on July 11th, 2008 12:22 am

    roscoe wrote:

    “The Roman Catholic Church that is the foundation of Western Civilisation, not the white race per se.”

    Just wondering where the ancient White civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome or the genius of White men like Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Alexander the Great and Caesar fit in to your pope-centric world-view?

  11. roscoe on July 11th, 2008 2:48 am

    W—-this has repeatedly been hashed out in the old forum. The ancient white societies of Egypt, Greece and Rome constituted classical Mediterranean Civilisation which evolved into classical Latin Civilisation.

    It is this when combined with the Real Presence of God on Earth which constitutes Western Civilisation. Acc to Napoleon there are only two(although it seems as if he could never make up his mind which faction he belonged to)–the Occident and the Orient.

    i should not evne be answering your question considering you have never apologised for the disgusting way in which you have ridiculed the Soveriegn Pontiff in the past.

    Unless I am mistaken, the hypocratic oath is where we get the word hypocrite. Sort of reminds one of W’s one time profession that the the Nobel ‘peace’ prize is somwhow an example of western Civ. Truth is that Nobel was a judaic and he invented dynamite; some peace prize.

    If ngerians were to adopt Christ(and the Catholic Church has made prodigeous efforts in this direction over the centuries) and not a Rosecrucian ‘christianity’ it sure wouldn’t hurt.

  12. Igor Alexander on July 11th, 2008 3:04 am

    “I’ll bet Mr. Bryant and almost everyone else reading this thinks that Galileo was censored by the INQ because he said that the Earth revolved around the Sun–THIS IS NOT TRUE.”

    It’s not? Please explain.

  13. Igor Alexander on July 11th, 2008 3:05 am

    Mark wrote: “If Africans adopt a belief in Christ, is a grand civilization going to magically spring forth? Highly unlikely.”

    Good point. In fact, many of the communist guerillas/revolutionaries in Africa who brought anything but civilization to that continent were Christians who received support from the missionaries.

    Has everyone seen the new Rambo movie? If not, I suggest you forget that the Weinstein brothers had anything to do with it and watch it (it was mostly Stallone’s baby anyways, I don’t think the Weinsteins had a whole lot to do with deciding the content). The movie makes some interesting statements about issues that are being raised in this thread. I wrote a mini-review of it several months back which I may end up posting at VNN Forum.

  14. Igor Alexander on July 11th, 2008 3:36 am

    Wolf wrote: “Just wondering where the ancient White civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome or the genius of White men like Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Alexander the Great and Caesar fit in to your pope-centric world-view?”

    While I agree with your general point about Western civilization (or its antecedents) having existed prior to Christianity, spending an afternoon at an Egyptian exhibition at a museum convinced me that the people who created Egyptian civilization were not white (though it seems likely that racial mixing with full-blooded negroes may have led to the decline of that civilization).

    I would also say that Western civilization and even Western Christianity itself have incorporated a lot of pre-Christian European beliefs and customs. Anyone who wants to dispute this should start by explaining just what in the hell Christmas trees and Santa Claus have to do with the Bible and Jesus Christ, or why so many Western Christian holidays fall on what used to be pagan holidays.

  15. roscoe on July 11th, 2008 3:39 am

    Igor–have you read De Revolutionibus or at least the first 11 chaps of book 1 where the theory is summarised? Easton Press used to have a vol avail at addall,com that contianed two intros and Copernicus letter to the Pope as well as Osianders intro.

    In the end, the Galileo case has very little to do with astronomy as he is primarily a physicist and Copernicus had already sais the things he was saying anyway–Copernicanism.

    Copernicanism is defined by three characteristics and these three things are precisely what Galileo is charged with in his first (1616) confrontation with the INQ–these three are mentioned in the first sentence of Osianders intro: namely that the Eart revolves around the Sun–no prob. It is the other two that bothered the Holy Office–the idea that the Sun was stationary(fixed) and (2) that is must therefore be the center of the Universe and not the Earth.

    The Sun is not stationary(and I am not referring to the fact that it rotates on an axis and rotates) and while it may be that the Sun is the center of the Solar System, it is not the Center of Universe.

    So on a 2 out of 3 basis Copernicanism is incorrect in the whole however one part of it is true. The reason why Galileo is charged again in 1633 is covered in the book Galileo Heretic by Redondi–it has to do with the atomic materialist, Pythagorean., Einstienian Quantum( as oppossed to the qualitative physics of Aristotle) phsics of Galileo.

  16. Igor Alexander on July 11th, 2008 3:57 am

    Thanks for the references, Roscoe. Will research this topic when I have the time. Your perspective is unusual; I picked up a book by Marshall Hall called “The Earth Is Not Moving” (which I haven’t read yet) and even he doesn’t seem to share your view. His approach, if I’m not mistaken, is to attack Galileo.

  17. roscoe on July 11th, 2008 3:58 am

    Acc to Francis Mac Nutt in Papal Chamberlain, There was no such thing in Rome as a Christmas tree until some converted Protestants brought them there around the time of the poss anti-pope ben 15–1920 or so. As far as Santa Claus, now that you mention it, I have never one time run into that custom in my study of the history of the Catholic Church.

    The custom was to replace the old pagan days with Christian worship. This is why you find so many Christian churches where pagan ruins have been discovered under the altars and so forth.

    This was the custom for centuries by Christians, Moors and Judaics–when the opp was defeated inbattle and his town occupied, the existing religious facility was re-consecrated to the victor.

  18. roscoe on July 11th, 2008 6:35 pm

    i usually do not recommend wikipedia but there are exceptions.

    To those interested in the con of worms that is the Galileo case the following source is of great value if it works.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ludwig_von_Pastor

    Most of the Prof’s 40 vol History Of Popes is online there. Vol 19 covers the re-organisation of the Gregorian Calendar and 25 is the 1616 Galileo case. There is about a 20 page article in each vol (see contents) that are relevant.

    I would not recommend Pastor’s vol 29 on the 1633 Galileo trial as he does not under stand what is going on at that time(constantly confusing the terms rotation and revolution)

  19. European on February 27th, 2009 1:14 pm

    John ‘Birdman’ Bryant has passed away… RIP

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    http://www.thebirdman.org/Index/Index-DailyReads.html

    Note:
    My husband died at around 3 AM the morning of Feb 26, 2009, of congestive heart failure.
    The page will continue if its readers/contributors continue to send in stories, and his staff can select and post them.

    UPDATE: The memorial gathering will be at 1 PM on Sunday, Mar 8 at Asian Star Restaurant, 1198 Pasadena Ave S, South Pasadena, FL. If any of you is desirous of coming, and has no lodging arrangements made, I will be happy to help defray your expenses while here in any way that I can.
    Wifey

  20. Reck~Less, Abandon on February 27th, 2009 7:35 pm

    That Bastard, gets to miss out on all this fun. Hey! ,,, We know where you are….. Well, some of us any-way.

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