Wednesday, July 7, 2010

7/7 London Bombings 5th Anniversary Special with Progressive Press Authors













Why Won't Muslims in the West Speak out on 9/11 and False Flag Terror?


7/7 5th anniversary show archived here.

John Leonard, publisher of Progressive Press, writes:

Nick Kollerstrom wrote a book proving the London 7/7 bombings were an inside job. (Also check out the video 7/7 Ripple Effect.) Now 7/7 is the stick they use to bash Muslims with in the UK the way they use 9/11 in the US. So the British Muslim media are lining up to report on his research, right? Not yet. In fact, they won't touch it.

Kevin Barrett is an American Muslim personality in the 9/11 Truth movement. Kevin noted how few Muslims in the US were supporting 9/11 Truth, and wondered why. I said they felt other Americans would just peg them as paranoid Arabs who think the CIA is behind everything. Muslims in the West are busy just trying to assimilate and be accepted.

Dave Aossey is a third-generation Lebanese writer. When we asked his take on it, he said most people in the Middle East still believe in the American dream. If you ask them where they’d go if they could live anywhere they liked, they will say the United States. It’s not true that Arabs hate the US at all -- on the contrary!

David Livingstone is a Canadian Muslim writer. His views on it are more controversial: Islam has been thoroughly infiltrated by agents of the British empire and the Illuminati. They created the Saudis and Wahhabis, who use their oil money to foster two distortions of Islam. One is resigned to political or social injustice. The other spouts jihadist rhetoric. It's all part of a long-term Clash of Civilizations planned by the empire, along the lines of the Three World Wars.

On Wednesday, July 7th -- the fifth anniversary of the London Tube bombings -- you can hear these four authors exchange views on this and other provocative New World Order topics, what their tactics are, and what we can do about it. Can the 9/11 Truth movement carry on? What are countergangs, and how to take over the world with them? Just tune in to NoLiesRadio.org , at 9 a.m. Pacific, noon Eastern, on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010.

Show will be archived at: http://noliesradio.org/archives/category/archived-shows/kevin-barrett-show

Read the preview here: http://progressivepress.com/dox/77chat.html

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6 comments:

  1. Oddly enough I was starting to think the same thing after the call, not in a bad way or anything but it just strikes me as a little curious that you guys seem surprised about why more Muslims aren't more outspoken about 9/11 conspiracies. Having dealt with a lot of Muslims and Arabs on the subject I can tell you they shy away from this issue because - in my opinion - they have a different outlook on "speaking out" than someone whose parents were born here (like me). Many of them, or their parents, are immigrants and come from places where you don't get up and shake your fist at authority. Here, we're happy to do it because its built into our culture (or at least it was!).

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  2. If you don't shake your fist at authority when they blow up thousands of their own people in order to lie outrageously about it and kill millions, what good is a fist anyway?

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  3. Anonymous you are right. Ironically you are proving your own point. People shy away and approach this stuff with too much apprehension. The mosques are totally controlled by Saudi money in the U.S. They will never embrace real academic research by people like David Livingstone, although his books are the most important facts for them to acknowledge. I truly hope Kevin finds another slot to dedicate to him because he should be allowed to elaborate on his thesis. As someone indigenous to the U.S. whose friends are mostly immigrants I know that they are too afraid to speak out, they just want the slave-master to let them live on the stolen land unmolested. It's a colonized mind. Kevin try to get D. Livingstone back on after you take in his 3 books, the Hempher diary and David Cummon's book "Saudi Arabia and Wahhabism"

    Thanks, you are doing a great job and we appreciate ya

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  4. Kevin please bring David Livingstone back and dedicate an entire hour to him exclusively because you didn't get into the crux of his research. He is absolutely correct, and I have read all 3 of his books more than once. As an indigenous muslim with immigrant friends I have to agree with 'anonymous' who proves his own point ironically that people are afraid of this information. The mosques are mostly controlled by Saudi money. If you have been to Saudi you know that they are just pawns, and the people there are not educated on this info whatsoever.

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  5. from David Livingstone:

    Hi everyone,

    Just wanted to say how great it was to meet all of you, and thanks for the invitation to share a show with you!

    David brings up a point I also hadn't considered. In fact, I think that kind of apathy is precisely the problem. That is the neglect of Islam. Because as the prophet said, "the greatest Mujahid (warrior/activist) is the one who speaks out against an unjust tyrant".

    Please consider this hadith, which confirms precisely what David is saying:

    When Mustawrid al-Qurashee was sitting with 'Amr ibn al-'Aas, he said, "I heard the Prophet (sal-Allaahu 'alayhe wa sallam) say, 'The Hour will
    come when the Romans [Europeans] will be in the majority.' 'Amr asked him, "What are you saying?" He said, "I am repeating that which I heard from the
    Prophet (sal-Allaahu 'alayhe wa sallam)." 'Amr said, "If you say this, it is true, because they have four good characteristics: they are the most able
    to cope with tribulation, the quickest to recover after disaster and to return to the fight after disaster, and are the best as far as treating the
    poor, weak and orphans is concerned. They have a fifth characteristic which is very good; they do not allow themselves to be oppressed by
    their kings."

    Rejection of injustice is a trait of human nature (Fitrah). It can only be suppressed. Muslims think that our dilemma is because we are not "practicing" properly. That is, not placing our hands in prayer properly, or wearing our pant hems too low, and so on.

    Rather, I believe, it's because, like the Jews and Christians did before us, we lost sense of the "Spirit of the Law". We've become obsessed with outward details, forgetting the ultimate message, which is Justice. Justice for all. That's why it's an obligation to confront the NWO.

    The prophet predicted this state of affairs, and characterized our illness, during the colonial and post-colonial period as "Wahn". He said:

    “The People will soon summon one another to attack you as people when eating invite others to share their food.” Someone asked, “Will that be because of our small numbers at that time?” He replied, “No, you will be numerous at that time: but you will be froth and scum like that carried down by a torrent (of water), and Allah will take the fear of you from the breasts (hearts) of your enemy and cast al-wahn into your hearts.” Someone asked, “O Messenger of Allah, what is al-wahn?” He replied, “Love of the world and dislike of death.” [An authentic hadith recorded by Abu Dawud and Ahmad]

    Salam Alaykum,

    David

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  6. One reason Muslims won't speak out is because gun-nut kooks go around discrediting the things they'd like to say.

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