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First 30 minutes: Barbara Honegger discusses her new article “Here We Go Again: 9/11, Coronavirus and Another ‘New Pearl Harbor’.” In this interview she also references her 2008 article “The Scarlet A: Links between the Anthrax Attacks and 9/11.”

Barbara worked as Senior Military Affairs Journalist at the Naval Postgraduate School, DoD’s premiere science, technology and national security affairs graduate research university. She is also a former White House Policy Analyst and Special Assistant to the Assistant to the President in the first Reagan Administration. Honegger is the author of the 9/11 expose “The Pentagon Attack Papers” and the book OCTOBER SURPRISE (Tudor, 1989), the first book to reveal the true origins of the Iran side of the Iran/Contra scandal.

Second 30 minutes: E. Michael Jones discusses his new article “The Coronavirus and the Culture War.” In it he writes:

“…After countries like France were subjected to civil unrest in the streets much like the Palestinian Intifada, governments can now use medicine and science as the excuse to deprive their people of their rights, including their right to assemble and to worship. Church services have been suspended indefinitely, but premium access to pornography is now free of charge. The illusion of science and freedom of choice has been maintained, while at the same time, the reality of martial law has been imposed on the world in much the same way that Israel imposed martial law on the Palestinians. In a desperate attempt to maintain its hold on power, the globalist regime has used the crisis precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic to incarcerate entire populations, while simultaneously banning religious services and offering pornography in every cell.”

(Republished from Truth Jihad by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Foreign Policy • Tags: 9/11, Conspiracy Theories, Coronavirus 
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  1. The RCC cathecism states that the Catholic Church is the only means of salvation.

    Islam is a Christian heresy. KB is a Muslim so he will go directly to hell if he does not convert to the RCC.

    EMJ, are you trying to save KB from eternal damnation?

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    , @MichaelS
  2. Thanks Kevin!

    Kudos to Barbara Honegger who brings it all home & nice combo having E Michael Jones perspective in what was all an informative hour with proper humor to go forward and continue!

  3. @attilathehen

    No, I am the one trying to convert Mike to the more tolerant Muslim view that Christians—and even Sabbateans and (gasp!) Jews—if they believe in God and the final judgment and do good—are worthy of salvation.

    • Replies: @attilathehen
  4. @Kevin Barrett

    So, you’re preaching indifferentism. This is a big no-no in the RCC. EMJ knows this. Your theological arguments are flawed because you are a Christian heretic. Islam is Satanic.

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  5. MichaelS says:
    @attilathehen

    Islam, although a heresy, is much closer to Christianity than Atheism, which is a blasphemy. On, the other hand, Islam is irreconcilable (also Judaism) with Christianity because Jesus is considered God which is blasphemous to Islam. Also, Muhammad was a false prophet.

    Having said that, God is the final judge as to what we know individually and how we respond to what we know. This is addressed in Romans.

    Even Jesus said, there are those who acknowledge Him but yet He says that He does not know them.

    Finally, Purgatory answers the question as to what happens to people inside and outside the Catholic Church.

    God bless, Michael

  6. George says:

    Why was the only way to get something to Wuhan from Ft Dietrich a participant in some sort of military sporting event attended by some individuals from Ft Dietrich?

  7. @attilathehen

    God is not indifferent to anything. But He has informed us that the crucial issue for salvation is to have iman, which can be translated as “faith” or “heart-knowledge,” and to do good. Obviously this applies to all human beings, whatever epoch or culture they may have been born into.

    No offense, but…The idea that God would only save people who totally accept the catechism of a corrupt bureaucracy—a catechism and bureaucracy that the vast majority of humans who have lived on earth have never even heard of—is self-evidently absurd…especially considering the extreme corruption of that particular bureaucracy, which happens to be the world’s biggest drug money laundry, is largely run by lying closeted homosexuals, and generally has a very checkered history to say the least. (Not to deny the beauty and goodness that has also come out of it…)

    Having iman and doing good has been the criterion of salvation for everyone, from hunter-gatherers to astronauts, since the creation of Adam. The vast majority of humans subjected to those two criteria never even heard of Christ or Muhammad, peace upon them both, much less the details of their teachings as expounded by the schools that have grown up to preserve them.

    The divine guidance that has come to every human group has obviously taken a very wide variety of outward forms. Embracing and practicing one form is the best way to salvation. But investing one’s EGO in that form, at the expense of other forms (and, indirectly, the prophets who brought them, and more indirectly, God himself) is a huge mistake for many reasons. Among them: God has informed us, through all the prophets, that we are here to tame and ultimately annihilate the ego, not to aggrandize it like Satan and his human counterpart Pharoah did.

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    , @Half-Jap
  8. @Kevin Barrett

    KB – you’re face-planted in Muslima poontang so you cannot think rationally.

    We definitely do not need imans. Here are some things they teach:

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/04/every-hole-goal-raymond-ibrahim/

    http://www.wnd.com/2017/01/cleric-muhammed-will-marry-virgin-mary-in-heaven/?cat_orig=faith

    Morocco needs you. Move yourself and your family to this Muslim shithole.

  9. Half-Jap says:
    @Kevin Barrett

    It seems to me, coming from a culture of utter barbarism has once rejected and now most overwhelmingly ignoring Christ, that the most hateful people are dogmatic/zealous, who seem to miss the irony of their damnation of the rest of us.
    However, they are also justified to hold fast to their views and ways as to preserve it, instead of diluting it through series of compromises, even if such are contrary to what modern folks consider rational, fair, or decent. Yes, this is relativism, which all zealots hate lol.
    I find that there are a lot more religeous leaders promoting active violence in wider Islam, though, perhaps owing to the ample funding and widespread teaching of the venomous wahab sect. Not that any of the sheeple in the West need such leaders, as their leaders engage in destruction in various forms sua sponte.

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