Fork in the Road: Interview with Joe Webb

February 1, 2012

Joe Webb

Stan Hess interviews Joe Webb about his experiences in the anti-war movement in the San Francisco Bay area.

Joe Webb is a 70 year old European American social critic. He writes at the Occidental Observer.

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The Mark Weber Report: The Strange, Little-Known Story of Third Reich-Zionist Cooperation

February 1, 2012

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In spite of a basic hostility between Third Reich Germany and international Jewry, German National Socialists and Jewish Zionists shared similar views about ethnicity and nationhood, and worked together in the years 1933 through 1940-41 for what each group believed was in its own best national interest. The Hitler government vigorously promoted Zionism and Jewish emigration to Palestine. Indeed, no nation did more during the 1930s to substantively further Zionist goals than Third Reich Germany. In collaborating with the Zionists for a mutually desirable and humane solution to a complex problem, Hitler’s Germany was willing to make foreign exchange sacrifices, impair relations with Britain, and anger Arabs. The essence of Zionism, or Jewish nationalism, is that Jews everywhere — regardless of their citizenship, religious outlook or place of residence — are members of the Jewish “people,” to whom all Jews owe a primary loyalty and allegiance.

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The Stark Truth: Interview with James Bowery, Part 1

February 1, 2012

James Bowery

Robert interviews James Bowery. Topics include:

  • Bowery’s pioneering background in IT and its funding programs, which were thwarted by Jewish nterests, causing him to re-think his concerns;
  • The concept of horizontal transmission, i.e. border crossing, which is key to evolution of Jewish virulence;
  • The concept of ecologies, which are freely chosen in the New World and deeply evolved in Europe;
  • How civilization blocks European males from challenging interlopers to duels, placing immigration control in hands of state;
  • How the Internet promises to bypass central controls, facilitate voluntary associations, and foster independence from global forces;
  • How the globalists use the “shells” of nations against Whites.

James Bowery is a pioneer in IT, inventing the world’s first virtual reality in 1974. Anticipating the potential of computer networking to bypass mass media, he assisted in development of the PLATO network. However, CDC’s management and Wall Street connections were unwilling to pursue the mass market in 1982. He moved on to develop the first electronic newspaper in the US with online shopping and banking at Knight-Ridder. There, he pursued development of what are now called blogs, but was stopped by the management as it would have allowed consumers to provide content which bypassed editorial control of Knight-Ridder. This alerted him to the issue of hostile media control. In subsequent work, he headed a commission, a grassroots campaign to reform US technology policy in 1990, to coordinate private launch services with N.A.S.A. in order to fund the space program. Noting that the D.C. insiders who thwarted this plan were Jewish and a pattern in that Jewish interests had stood in the way of his prior projects as well, he began seeing the connection to a deeper problem.

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