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Homer Van Meter may be the most interesting narrator of “told as true” personal experience narratives I have ever encountered. I read his mind-blowing autobiographical account Dreaming Time: Anatomy of a Cover-Up during Halloween week and all I can say is, boy was I spooked. The book chronicles Van Meter’s killing five satanic cultists, and wounding a couple of others, while stopping a Halloween night (2004) human sacrifice in redwood forests not far from Bohemian Grove. Two of the satanic survivors of that gunfight tracked him down in northern Wisconsin and tried to kill him in spring 2006. Though Homer’s bullet-riddled body testified to the truth of the 2006 shooting, the Deep State decided to cover up the whole affair by casting Homer as a deranged lumberjack and tall tale teller—the greatest since Paul Bunyan, apparently—who had made up the whole thing, and shot himself multiple times in nearly-fatal trajectories, in order to give his astounding tale the imprimatur of truth.

Though I understand why blue-pilled readers may think Homer Van Meter’s story (especially the reincarnation part) is literally incredible, and his heroics too “legendary” to be real, I ultimate have to come down on the side of believing the guy. The problem is that as crazy as his story is, it appears that the official version is a whole lot crazier. Even those tasked with discrediting Van Meter ultimately admitted that they were wrong, and that he cannot have shot himself nearly to death in 2006. So who the hell did shoot him multiple times that day? Was it two of the same cultists who shot him five times on Halloween night in 2004? That’s what Homer says. Call me a crazy conspiracy theorist, but I believe him. As Sherlock Holmes put it, “when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”

The fact that this incredibly media-genic case, including a court trial right here in Wisconsin, was so assiduously covered up that I only heard about it a month or so ago, also testifies to the likely truth of Homer Van Meter’s account.

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  1. Who was phone?

    • Replies: @sszorin
  2. Too bad this is a podcast….don’t do podcasts; a video would have been better. Better yet, just write the whole thing. Sorry but I am almost 70, too “old school” for podcasts…. With reading a written interview I can stop reading to think about what’s in the interview. With podcasts, if I stopped to think about it, I’d forget what the guy just said and would have to rewind so-to-speak.

    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  3. Steven King is a very convincing writer. If he wrote something and claimed it were true, I’d probably believe him. Good writers have that knack.

    Only when corroborating accounts are compared do we have something to weigh a good story against.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    , @Jake
  4. @Beavertales

    Steven Kings believably lies mainly in the fact that , like much of life, He’s tedious.

    • Thanks: JimDandy
    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  5. anon[193] • Disclaimer says:

    This is idiotic even by Kevin Barrett’s standards, Unz should drop this clown. I hope he doesn’t pay him anything for this nonsense.

    • Troll: Twodees Partain
  6. @omegabooks

    If you prefer to read rather than listen, read Homer’s book, linked in the show description above. It is a fantastic read—much better than any 8,000 word podcast transcript.

    • Replies: @J. Alfred Powell
  7. Having had lots of experience as an investigator, I recall vividly the few instances I found out witnesses and even clients had lied to me and I fell for it. One thing I learned and that raises red flags is a witness who gushes details about peripheral issues but seems not so gushing about the central act under investigation. Perhaps it is due to passage of time or Van Meter has talked out the central act exhaustively already in previous interviews, but Van Meter displays that deceptive tendency fairly strongly in this interview. Some might retort the purpose of this interview is about the bigger, peripheral issues and not about the central act Van Meter claims he experienced. But my experience leads me to think Van Meter would refer back to details of the central act more frequently and with more relish than he demonstrates if he were not attempting to deceive.

  8. @Bill Jones

    Not to mention possibly the single biggest modern contributor to the Magic Negro theory.

  9. @Kevin Barrett

    I might start with the pod-cast transcript and go on to the book. Why not post it here?

    • Replies: @Kevin Barrett
  10. I know you’ve got to make a living after being expelled from the Academy. But C’mon, man, you can do better than this. Get David Icke on. Time to start bashing those lizards !

    • Agree: Sean
  11. Jake says:

    Homer Van Meter was a Depression era bank robber.

  12. Jake says:

    You think King is a ‘good writer’?

    • Replies: @Druid
  13. DrWatson says:

    I found two links on this incredible story:

    According to Ted Gunderson a man named John Van Meter had a shootout with a satanic Human sacrificing cult and saved a woman. Vigilante case. from conspiracy

    and this:

    The 2nd link claims Ted Gunderson (who tells the story in a video linked in the 2nd link) was probably poisoned. According to his son he worked on the Marilyn Monroe and the JFK cases (so he may deserve at least some credibility):

  14. Angelo says:

    Thanks for this interview, very timely for me – Ted Gunderson was an American hero who was exposing the underground satanic child pedophilia rings long before most anyone else. To those who cast this aside because it stretches the boundaries of their credulity, research the topic before doing so, it’s a very dark avenue, but also one that we all need to know about.

    It also seems many are so self enlightened by materialism that to even consider reincarnation as possibility is to somehow diminish their intelligence – this couldn’t be further from the truth, all roads lead to the realization that reincarnation is real, despite the dogma of the Abrahamic faiths which lead people away from this reality.

    • Replies: @John Wester
  15. Druid says:

    Mediocre, like James Patterson, who chose volume over substance, resulting in trash!

  16. Jimmydan says:

    If Mr. HVM had gun wounds supported by medical records or police reports which I believe he had. It should be the end of discussion regarding his telling the truth. We are conditioned to believe our leaders who have more power than us (law enforcement, political figures, army, media… you name it). We dont want to use our own brain (intellectually lazy). And rely on someone else.
    Investigative reporter Gary Webb who broke the story on CIA drug smuggling in San Jose Mercury was demonized by Washington post and NYTimes for his work. He committed suicide with two bullets in his head. And people believe it

    Ted Gunderson interview with Chip Tatum (former CIA operative) is interesting and worth watching instead of wasting time on the Deep Media for news. I found it interesting him telling Ted to check his story in Court documents in Tampa FL in his case. Easily verifying.

  17. @Angelo

    Actually no original Christian dogma denies reincarnation and many early Christians preached it as fact. It was the power hungry church that taught reincarnation is heresy. Even in the Pistis Sophia Jesus clearly states it is real and depicts the process with vivid symbology about how it happens and what happens during the process.

    • Replies: @Angelo
    , @sszorin
    , @Anon
  18. @J. Alfred Powell

    It takes a fair bit of time (5+ hours of mind-numbing proofreading/editing of the crappy cyber-transcription) to produce a decent 7,000 or 8,000 word transcript of a one hour show. I do three hours of audio a week, four hours if you count False Flag Weekly News. I don’t have free time to edit, nor the money to hire a decent editor. If you want to volunteer and have the proofreading chops, or want to pay for the editor, email me: truthjihad(at)gmail .

  19. Angelo says:
    @John Wester

    Yes, the early Christian Gnostics understood the reality of reincarnation, though organized Christianity (post council) hid this truth for the ensuing centuries.

  20. sszorin says:
    @John Wester

    Early Christians did not, DID NOT, “preach reincarnation”.
    The Gnostics did, and some of them tried to infiltrate the early Church. When they were not successful in taking over the leadership of the Church then they made their own Gnostic Church.
    In later centuries it disappeared but its teachings were preserved by rabbis. As a consequence, there arose the occult Kabbalah/Kabbala within Judaism. It is a synthesis of Gnosticism and of speculative rabbinical reasoning, this reasoning based mainly on the fusion of neo-platonism and mystery religions of late Antiquity.
    The Jewish Gnosis in the form of Kabbalah is the matrix of Luciferian speculative religion of Freemasonry.

  21. If Barrett ever jumps the shark, would anyone notice?

    • LOL: Sollipsist
  22. @sszorin

    It’s an infamous final line from a creepypasta, and this story reminds me of creepypasta (although admittedly not so much the specific one that I quoted).

  23. Anon[404] • Disclaimer says:
    @John Wester

    Well, yes. It was about politics (power), not doctrine.

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