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What roles did neoconservatism (the Straussian atheistic political philosophy of the Big Lie) and Zionism (the messianic-millennarian project dedicated to creating and maintaining a Jewish state in Palestine) play in 9/11? Why are there double-standards governing what can and can’t be said about Jews on the one hand, and Muslims on the other? How has the sacred story of the Holocaust been used to legitimize the genocide of Palestine? Do those who dish out preposterous lies to the masses, as taught by Leo Strauss, actually believe their own BS—or are they secretly enjoying duper’s delight?

These are some of the questions considered in this, the second part of my latest interview with Rasheed Muhammad of the Red Pill Diaries podcast. (Listen to Part 1 of this interview.)

(Republished from Truth Jihad by permission of author or representative)
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  1. dimples says:

    Not sure this is actually a conversation since Mr B bangs on about his favorite conspiracies for most of the time. The other chap barely gets a word in, but it has to be also said that he does not say much of interest either.

    One peculiarity is that Mr B describes the state’s attempt to crush conspiracy theorising by introducing ‘rational’ actors into the conspiracy scene in order to lead them into believing the earth is flat. Mr B’s own garbled conspiracy theories might be considered a somewhat similar venture in this respect. Is Mr B in fact working for the state? Shouldn’t we be taking the flat earth theory more seriously? Many people believe that the earth is in fact flat. Are they wrong? The earth looks flat to me. Perhaps Mr B could do some upcoming shows featuring flat earth theorists to introduce us to the subject. Then we will know for sure that he may have an alternative agenda.

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  2. dimples says:

    It’s a horrifying thought that our beloved Mr B could be a government plant, but lets look at the evidence:

    1. He promotes bottom of the barrel conspiracy theories such as WTC being destroyed by nuclear weapons. He even suggests, since Gordon Duff told him, that Netenyahu personally smuggled these into the USA himself. In the round world community, this is about 99% as mad as the flat earth theory. So by Mr B’s own criteria he is for sure a government plant.

    2. He professes to be a convert to Islam. What better cover is there to infiltrate the conspiracy scene than to pose as a religious believer identifying with the victims. Didn’t Oswald pose as a commie in order to infiltrate suspect groups? Is Mr B doing the modern version of this subterfuge?

    3. He associates with and promotes bottom of the barrel loons such as Jim Fetzer and Gordon Duff (who Mr B describes as ‘intelligent’ (rather than ‘intelligence’!).

    An alternative explanation, which I favor, is that Mr B is a bottom of the barrel loon himself, who, having gone down some rabbit hole or other, is no longer able to present as sane. Perhaps he is, like some, a person who believes if you throw enough crud at the wall, some of it might stick. I’m not sure this is a really good idea in conspiracy world for many reasons, the main one being that it is confusing enough already as it is without the idiots who do that.

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  3. profnasty says:

    Because the Bush Bastard is a great Patriot. Reagan was just the best President ever. OsamaBL commandeered 4 hijackings, and the Earth is flat.
    Got it.

    • Replies: @dimples
  4. dimples says:

    I’ve never really thought about the flat earth theory much before, but now that I think about it, what else are they keeping from us? Was the whole space program, and not just the moon landings, merely a giant hoax? Why aren’t nuclear bombs used in the building demolition industry more often? They do such a neat job and leave no radiation! Mr B might be on to something there.

  5. dimples says:

    When is Mr B going to cover the conspiracy that time forgot: Gulf War 1, the progenitor of all the current Middle Eastern troubles (apart from the Jews of course!).

    The only book I’ve found on the subject is: ‘The Fire This Time’ by Ramsey Clark, former US Attorney-General. It’s a good read.

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  6. profnasty says:

    America is decreed a White majority, Christian country. Hey Kevin, how about a little free speech;

    Video Link
    Keep Mohammed in the Middle East.
    Keep American troops at home.

    • Replies: @profnasty
  7. profnasty says:

    We have no choice.

  8. profnasty says:

    If this vid is censored (Kevin, is that you?), please review The Zebra Killings of San Francisco, 1972.
    The echo of future past.

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