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Talktime: Saturday, November 9, 2013 9:11pm EST (11/9/13)

We talk to Aral Sea, Armunn, Dusty Ash, Heath, PShea


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  1. Herge Degrelle

    @Dusty Ash and Heath

    The Monsanto family were Jewish slave dealers and owners


    With regard to Hitler’s rise to power, the program of the NSDAP party was basically these 25 points already clearly laid down way back in 1920:


    the very central tenet of which was:


    At the very top of this pamphlet Hitler promised the German people that after the aims of the party had been achieved if they wanted him to step down he would step down:

    “The Programme of the German Workers’ Party is designed to be of limited duration. The leaders have no intention, once the aims announced in it have been achieved, of establishing fresh ones, merely in order to increase, artificially, the discontent of the masses and so ensure the continued existence of the Party.”

    and he kept his word 16 years later after achieving all the aims in the program and much more besides in just three years when he put himself up to the free vote of the public.

    Hitler’s dictatorial powers in 1933 became automatic with a two-thirds majority in the German parliament through the “enabling act.” The NSDAP finagled a bit to get that 2/3 majority but everything was done within the law and they didn’t have to “seize” power by force like they were planning to in the 1923 coup attempt or “the Beer Hall Putsch.” Of course, as soon as they got in power, what happened ? Judea declared war on Germany 1933 !! Google the headlines.

    Once Hitler’s decisions turned the economy completely around and they had full employment and zero inflation, the German people, who by then considered him a heroic figure, a man who had done more for his country than any other German in history, by a 98% majority freely voted him their supreme leader again and returned all decision-making or so-called “dictatorial” powers to him.

    So, ask yourself this:

    If you had a group of a hundred people and 97 or 98 out that hundred voted the same person to be their leader because they trusted his judgment far better than their own, then who would these judgments be “oppressing” against ? Only 2 or 3 people at most ? Can there be a greater good of a greater number than that which 98% of Germans were agreed was good for them ?


    1. ab Post author

      My big problem with Hitler, as with all leaders that have been put before us to this day, is that they are never grassroots. They are all actors put there for a reason. Whether Hitler’s policies were good for the German people or not, like say Qadaffi’s, they are taken out as easily as they are put in. Those that control us seem to enjoy setting up a Hegelian dialectic with world leaders and their policies, just as much as they like to do so for all major issues of the day. As long as they control both sides, they can control the outcome. We can talk all day about whether Hitler came to power legally, or if all the side stories are true or not, Holocaust etc. What IF, like I suspect, all world leaders were working together, as they are now, to simply create fear and profit for our ultimate rulers, with some mass death too for their occult beliefs? This big picture concept is much more interesting to me, in the WW2, 9/11, and even the Toronto Ford psyOps.

  2. Carole Thomas

    i believe that the use of many of these “occult” numbers ( and much more) is based on the human body. As was mentioned in the show a human being 33 vertebrae in our spine. See this website for more details. here’s a taster:

    The skeletal system is comprised of many bones. In particular, your skull has 22 bones and your back has 33 vertebrae. Your rib cage has 11 true ribs on each side. There is a twelfth rib (on each side) but is not considered a true rib because it is not bone.


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  4. smj

    in order to illustrate the inherent contradiction in the statement- “Believe those who seek the truth. Doubt those who find it.”; you quote voltaire- “Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd.”

    i love the fuckin’ internet.

  5. Herge Degrelle

    @Wanda and Ab in the chat box: “Believe those who seek the truth. Doubt those who find it.”

    Did James Fetzer Ph.D. teach you that one ?

    This mantra is a contradiction in itself. It claims to have found the truth that “believing seekers and doubting those who claim to have found the truth” is the “right” thing to do. But how do you judge this “rightness” of forever-doubting to be “right” if not by a reasoning faculty that would not even exist if not for the possibility of finding truth or what is ‘right’ ? Why would you search if you couldn’t find ?

    What is the “right” absent truth and what is the truth absent “right”? There isn’t any. They go together. The right is what is good-for-you as a human organism based on not just instincts as an animal but the reasoning faculty which can retain concepts. What would be the point of forever-doubting if it did not offer the possiblity of finding what’s true, what can be relied on objectively and therefore, what’s right, what benefits your organism and therefore your life ?

    All this mantra is is an excuse for spreading disinformation and unnecessary static in order to keep on making everything believable and nothing knowable, this notion that reason cannot be relied on to verify anything.

    By the logic of this mantra if I say I have found out the truth that jumping out a 3rd story window onto asphalt or driving your car into a brick wall at 50 miles an hour will probably kill you, you should doubt me and believe the retard that claims the opposite. Of course, once objective reality asserts itself by mercilessly maiming or killing the followers of the retard and the retard himself, you will know the meaning of “truth,” “right” and its applicability to your survival.

    As Voltaire said:

    “Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd.”

    However, the discovery of truth is not 100% ‘certainty’ but the knowable minimal requirement, that which is close-enough-to-truth to be counted on as firm ground or a foundation for civilization to develop and maintain itself upon. Voltaire assumes this in his statement and does not imagine that people would be so silly as to assume otherwise. Truth is not “final” and there is no final “certainty” at any one stage but there is enough finality and certainty at each stage to provide the materials for health, wealth and survival and ultimately the survival-value which is the only judge of “truth” and “right,” not in some narrow utilitarian sense that ignores spiritual values but in the broadest sense possible.


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