The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Joe Rizoli

November 15, 2010

Joe Rizoli

Joe with his video editing equipment

After some updates and holo-hoax news in the first half-hour, Carolyn talks with Joe Rizoli of Concerned Citizens and Friends of Illegal Immigration Law Enforcement. Topics include:

  • Romanian Chief Prosecutor: “We can’t confirm that they are Jews” in the so-called mass grave found by Elie Wiesel Institute;
  • Framingham, Mass. woman who was “saved” by Oskar Schindler as a teenager is still telling her story to school kids;
  • U.S. Military buys into new anti-genocide program that features sending officers on week-long trips to Auschwitz;
  • Joe Rizoli tells of the latest developments of Jewish criminality in his hometown of Framingham, Massachusetts.

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6 Responses to “The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Joe Rizoli”

  1. Andor on November 16th, 2010 6:48 am

    Hi Carolyn,

    The name Tibby is short for Tibor,a Hungarian given name.The guy of course could be a Jew.As you know they assimilate well with names in the various host countries in Europe,surnames as well(as you know very well).

    Quite a common name in Hungary.

    The bodies in the mass grave found in Romania could be German,Croatian,Hungarian soldiers from WW2.Possibly displaced Germans/Hungarians post WW1 Versailles treaty depending on the region of Romania.Of course they could be Romanians killed by Russian military WW2 or post WW2 Russian occupation.DNA would do the trick though it sounds like the Wiesel crew will make them Jews either way having exclusive possession to the site as you mention.

    It’s never ending.

  2. A German on November 16th, 2010 9:54 am

    It’s the same as with all ancient skeletons in America, they are all “Indian” remains and therfore are forbidden to be researched scientifically and have to reburried quickly at a secret place.

    Same scheme.

  3. Carolyn on November 16th, 2010 3:00 pm

    Hi Andor,

    The name is Tibi Galis. I was thinking of Tzipi Livni, a leader in the Israel Kadima party. That’s what it brought to mind. But not being well-versed in languages, I should not be making wild guesses like that. So, does it still sound Hungarian?

    Yes, as to the “gravesite”, they will want to erect a monument asap; that’s their tried and true method of operation. Can the Romanian authorities stop them? Some of them are obviously trying, but as you say ….

  4. Carolyn on November 16th, 2010 3:09 pm

    @A German:

    You are so right! I don’t know if you read The Barnes Review, but in the current issue there is a good article on 7000 [!] year old remains from a burial site in exceptionally good shape found in a Florida peat bog in the 1980′s that are definitely Europid, and highly advanced for the time.

    Prof. Glen Doran, head of the team, would not release the information that they were white, but it has gotten out. Officially though, that is not said. The story could be googled, I’m sure.

    There were other instances given in other places in the US. I had not known of any of it, except for the Solutreans. It’s amazing how much you know, German.

  5. Andor on November 16th, 2010 8:50 pm

    Hi Carolyn,

    Tibi does rhyme with Tzipi,but Tzipi is just a short version of Tziporah which according to the names site is Hebrew.Tibi would most likely be short for Tibor as i mentioned.

    A large amount of European given names are of Hebrew origin as many of us are aware of.Another permanent relic of the Jewish Christ worship and control of Europe still well alive and kicking.Even some of the surnames,Jones is one that comes to mind,only the second most common Anglo surname.

    Bookmark the names site Carolyn,good for research.

    Good show,Joe Rizoli doesn’t pull any punches,neither do you.Cheers.

  6. Akira on November 29th, 2010 1:57 pm

    I found a bunch of chicken-bones in my back yard, witha Roman coin and some Mongolian bullets. I believe they are Jewish chicken bones, and have contacted the Elie Weasel center. I had Rabbi Pinkelschwanz bless the burial ground.

    There’s a woman here who told me that she used to play on this grave site. She said, “Every so often we would find skeletons sticking out, and we would dance around the field with them; but they’re not there anymore because we used to make bicycles out of them. Our father would make forks out of their fingers, and we’d save them to use only at Christmas and Easter.”

    I myself was saved from Dr Mengele by Oskar Schindler. But I’ll have to tell you about that some other time.