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The Heretics’ Hour: Fear of the Jews

May 14, 2012

Pope Benedict in Cologne with menorah

When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you.” -John 20:19

Fear of the Jews takes many forms. Topics include:

  • Jews at the Steering Wheel” and the Jewish Federations of North America community directory reveal the incredible organizational power that Jews have amassed;
  • A U.S. Congressional subcommittee approves an extra $1 billion to Israel for their missile defense system this year, over and above the usual $3.1 billion;
  • In Greece and the Netherlands, where Jews are a teensy-weensy percentage o the population, their organizations try to dictate what the majority indigenous population can do;
  • Ebert Foundation finds that Europeans are more critical toward Jews than expected;
  • David Duke over-sympathizes with WWII Jewish suffering;
  • And more.

Carolyn announces her departure from Voice of Reason and her move to a new network—more information on that will be forthcoming. She did a final reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the cities of Magdeburg and Halberstadt, west of Berlin.

Hadding from Florida called into the program in the last half-hour.

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Contact Carolyn:
carolyn carolynyeager.com

The Stark Truth: Interview with Bromwell Ault

May 14, 2012

cover of 'Who Lost America by Bromwell Ault

Robert interviews Bromwell Ault. Topics include:

  • Immigration, the history of immigration in America, and the special interests pushing for mass immigration;
  • America’s national identiy;
  • The environment and overpopulation.

Bromwell Ault, Yale University graduate, retired from a life in business, 84, is the editor and publisher of the Matters of Conscience newsletter at the Center for Public Conscience. He is the author of Who Lost America?: Can America’s Democratic Identity and Government Survive Our Ethical, Political and Economic Failures.

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Contact Robert:
robert_stark_la hotmail.com

The Friday Show: “Diversity” v. the A-Bomb–Which is Worse?

May 11, 2012

Hiroshima versus Detroit

Mike Conner & Matt Parrott host. Topics include:

  • Black criminals who rape and murder their fellow Blacks and who gang-rape Mestiza children, and the baffling Black liberal pundits who go to bat for them against the “White” justice system;
  • More Black civility–Black mob vandalizing car and beating two journalists, and Black male punching Mestiza woman over parking spot;
  • Jews kvetching about crackdown on the “Kosher King” and predicting the release of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard;
  • Retired Detroit police chief robbed while mowing his lawn, and North Carolina voters banning same-sex marriage & civil unions while Obama throws in for sodomites.

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Contact Mike
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The European American Hour: Red Diapers, White Diapers, and Social Isolation

May 10, 2012

Red Diapers book cover

Host Stan Hess discusses the book Red Diapers: Growing Up In The Communist Left and an article from the Occidental Quarterly entitled “Social Isolation Effects” written by Yggdrasil.

Stan mentions the social cohesion of the predominately Jewish communist left and talks about the need for social cohesion among the emerging white diaper babies.

Yggdrasil talks about the need for social cohesion, because of our social isolation.

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Contact Stan:
eamerica123 roadrunner.com

The Orthodox Nationalist: The Optina Elders

May 10, 2012

icon of the Optina elders

Matt Johnson discusses:

  • The Optina idea–non-possessorism;
  • The non-possessors and Russian medieval philosophy;
  • The political thought of the Optina elders.

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Contact Matt:
fr_raphael yahoo.com

Visit Matt’s VoR program page, for books, essays and articles.

Attack the System: Interview with Anthony Gregory

May 10, 2012

Anthony Gregory

Keith Preston interviews Anthony Gregory. Topics include:

  • An assessment of the Obama administration’s impact on foreign policy and civil liberties;
  • Why the antiwar movement dried up after the election of Obama;
  • How the police state continues to expand regardless of which party is in power;
  • Why economic law and social ideology are the two factors that contribute most to the curbing of state power;
  • Libertarianism as an ideology that is neither left nor right, nor egalitarian or anti-egalitarian;
  • Why left-libertarian critiques of big business are valid yet have their limitations.

Anthony Gregory [send him mail at anthony1791@yahoo.com] is research editor at the Independent Institute. He lives in Oakland, California. See his Web page for more articles and personal information.

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Email Keith:
kppgarv@mindspring.com

The Mark Weber Report: Changing Views of Fascism

May 9, 2012

Mussolini

Fascism is one of the most often misused and widely misunderstood political terms. Publicists of both the left and right use the term “fascist” not to describe but to discredit and smear adversaries. “Fascism” is often inaccurately used as a synonym for tyranny, militarism, Nazism, racism, or capitalism. During the first 13 years of Fascist rule in Italy, the regime and its leader (“Duce”), Benito Mussolini, were widely admired in the US and other countries. They earned praise, for example, for resolutely uprooting mafia criminality. Attitudes in the US changed after the Italian subjugation of Ethiopia in 1935-36, and as Mussolini aligned Italy ever more closely with Hitler’s Germany. The image of Mussolini and Fascism that prevails today is largely the product of World War II propaganda.

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Contact Mark Weber:
weber@ihr.org

The Fighting Side of Me: Living With Minorityitis

May 8, 2012

William Swinimer

Paul Fromm

  • … dissects furor over Islamic school website denouncing Jews for seeking to kill Mohammed;
  • … exposes the contradicitons and hypocrisy of the Friends of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre;
  • … backs Nova Scotia Christian student suspended for sporting “Life is Wasted Without Jesus” t-shirt;
  • … refutes Globe and Mail‘s 10-part propaganda series promoting the “need” for a million more immigrant workers by 2020;
  • … wonders at Germany’s terrified establishment — a heavily annotated (refuting and criticizing) version of Mein Kampf will finally be allowed. What are they afraid of?.

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Contact Paul:
paul@paulfromm.com

The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Former Prisoner of Conscience Germar Rudolf

May 7, 2012

Germar Rudolf in January 2010

Carolyn Yeager’s special guest this week is Germar Rudolf, famous for his Holocaust Revisionist books and publishing business which drove the German authorities to prosecute and imprison him for 44 months – almost four years. Germar is now living in the United States with his wife and daughter. His and other revisionist books and CD’s are available at Holocaust Handbooks at The Barnes Review. Discussion includes:

  • Patriotism vs. nationalism—Germar prefers to call himself a patriot;
  • Justice for Germany—still no peace treaty and the UN officially defines Germany as an enemy state of the entire world. Allied Powers may resume hostilities if Germany shows any sign of revanchism;
  • How and when Germar learned to doubt the Holocaust narrative;
  • How Germans lack self-confidence and tend to feel guilty for everything as a result of Allied propaganda;
  • Ethnic/cultural self-determination as the next necessary step in world justice;
  • Germar’s view of national socialism and the Third Reich—shows similarities to Rome;
  • Hitler should have stepped down in 1938 and allowed “democracy” to return, says Germar;
  • Affirmative Action is the wrong way to go, unless it is applied equally;
  • Can terrorist laws enacted after 9/11 in both U.S. and Germany tighten the noose on revisionists?
  • Free speech is not the solution if our speech is not heard—what to do about Jewish media control.

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Contact Carolyn:
carolyn carolynyeager.com

The Stark Truth: Interview with Marc Armstrong

May 7, 2012

Public Banking Institute logo

Robert interviews Marc Armstrong. Topics include:

  • The public Bank of North Dakota and how North Dakota has kept corporations out of the agriculture industry;
  • Whether publicly owned banks provide unfair competition to local privately owned banks;
  • How a publicly owned bank be different from a privately owned one;
  • Whether public banks are an end in themselves, and whether monetary reform, toward publicly issued interest-free money, is also needed;
  • Whether the Federal Reserve would be ended;
  • How public banking would lead to economic decentralization;
  • Bill in California State Assembly that would implement public banking.

Marc Armstrong is the executive director of the Public Banking Institute which advocates for the concept of state-owned banks, as was started nearly 100 years ago by the Bank of North Dakota. With the PBI’s first-ever public banking conference planned for late April, and as more states look at this idea, are state-owned banks only part of the answer toward rescuing the economy?

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Contact Robert:
robert_stark_la hotmail.com

Jamie Kelso: Ron Paul’s “Delegate Strategy”

May 7, 2012

Ron Paul 2012

On May 7, 2012 Jamie Kelso talks about the Ron Paul Revolution “Delegate Strategy” which is set to explode upon the political scene at the Republican Convention in Tampa in the last week of August.

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Contact Jamie:
24.7keyboard@gmail.com

The Stark Truth: Interview with Anatoly Karlin

May 4, 2012

Anatoly Karlin

Robert Stark interviews Anatoly Karlin. Topics include:

Anatoly Karlin is originally from Russia and is finishing a degree in political economy at University of California-Berkeley. He blogs at AKarlin.com and DaRussophile.com which exposes western myths about Russia.

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Contact Robert:
robert_stark_la hotmail.com

The European American Hour: Building Our Community

May 3, 2012

From Bauhaus to Our House

Host Stan Hess discusses the importance of building community locally, nationally, and globally by gathering real news, information, and perspectives, and then distributing it. Discussed in the show are 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA by Webster Tarpley and From Bauhaus to Our House by Tom Wolfe.

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Contact Stan:
eamerica123 roadrunner.com

Attack the System: Interview with R.J. Jacob

May 3, 2012

R.J. Jacob

Keith Preston interviews R.J. Jacob. Topics include:

  • R.J.’s early experiences as a left-anarchist activist and his disappointment with the Left;
  • The importance of the thought of Max Stirner and the need to develop an anarchism without slave morality;
  • The efforts of American Revolutionary Vanguard and AttacktheSystem.Com to develop an alternative to archaic proletarian anarchism and PC-riddled left-anarchism;
  • How different forms of anarchism represent the levels of economic and social development of the countries from which they originate;
  • How the sectarian leftism of the mainstream anarchist movement unnecessarily inhibits the growth of anarchism and the contributions of anarcho-capitalism and national-anarchism to anarchist thought;
  • Why anarchists need to adjust their perspective given the stagnation of the Left and the increasing dynamism of the Right;
  • The need to preserve the nation while opposing the state.

R.J. Jacob is an independent filmmaker and radical anarchist living in Las Vegas, Nevada. R.J. runs TheDailyAttack.com and is an associate editor at AttacktheSystem.com

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Email Keith:
kppgarv@mindspring.com

The Mark Weber Report: Ronald Reagan’s Mythic But Empty Legacy

May 2, 2012

Ronald Reagan

Many Americans regard Ronald Reagan as one of the greatest presidents of the twentieth century. For many conservatives, he’s an exemplary, iconic figure. While the eight years of his presidency was a period of modest economic growth, his legacy is largely one of broken promises and empty rhetoric. In spite of his often repeated criticisms of “big government,” he actually increased the size and scope of Washington’s power. His economic, fiscal and tax policies, which even his own vice president had called “voodoo economics,” brought a drastic increase in US long-term debt. Destructive trends in American cultural life, and the drastic demographic transformation of large sections of the country, continued with undiminished velocity. Reagan’s understanding of history was meager and childish. In keeping with his mythologized, semi-mystical view of America, he approved a large-scale amnesty for illegal aliens. Reagan’s career and legacy should help make clear to everyone why conservatives can’t and don’t win.

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Contact Mark Weber:
weber@ihr.org

The Stark Truth: Interview with Jared Taylor

May 2, 2012

Jared Taylor at AmRen 2012

Robert interviews Jared Taylor. Topics include:

  • The recent AmRen conference, and the guests of past AmRen conferences;
  • Biological versus environmental factors in
    racial differences;
  • The future we face and the implications of the mistakes we have made.

Jared Taylor is the founder and editor of American Renaissance, and an advocate of what he describes as “racial realism”. He is the author of Paved With Good Intentions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America and White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.

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Contact Robert:
robert_stark_la hotmail.com

Jamie Kelso: 2012 Republican convention, Tampa Bay

May 2, 2012

Tampa Bay Times Forum and downtown Tampa

Get ready for good surprises, and some White Ron Paul-style revolt, at the August 27-30, 2012 Republican convention in the Tampa Bay Times Forum. That’s Jamie Kelso’s theme in his May 2, 2012 radio show.

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Contact Jamie:
24.7keyboard@gmail.com

The Fighting Side of Me: What Do You Do When You’re Ruled by Idiots?

May 1, 2012

Bev Oda, having a lot of fun giving away taxpayers' money to the world's poor

Bev Oda, having a lot of fun giving away taxpayers’ money to the world’s poor

Paul Fromm discusses:

  • Backing the wrong red horse — up-and-coming Chinese Communist Party apparatchik Bo Xilai purged, though he wanted to restore some forms of Maoism, Bo was long a favourite of Canada’s diplomats;
  • Finance Minister Jim Flaherty’s admitting that the immigration system is broken (“terrible inefficiencies”), but wanting to retain “among the highest levels per capita” immigration in the world — despite 7.2% official unemployment;
  • Doing well by doing good — Canada’s foreign aid minister Bev Oda lives the high life in London at conference for world’s poor children — $1,000/day chauffeur for a $12 cab ride; $16 glass of orange juice; 3 nights at the Savoy ($695 per night).

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Contact Paul:
paul@paulfromm.com

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