Monday, October 17, 2011

Christopher Bollyn returns to the KB Show

Tuesday, October 11th, 11 a.m. to noon Central (9-10 Pacific) on NoLiesRadio.org (archived here a few hours after broadcast).

Guest: Christopher Bollyn, author of the important book Solving 9/11. He has a great new article out entitled Chicago's Elders of Zion and Obama's War for Profit. Highly recommended!

Excerpts:

"Because the scale of the war-for-profit scam is so immense, an example comparing what the money wasted on the wars could have bought for the American people is helpful: The U.S. military spends an estimated $20 billion a year just to air-condition its tents and bases in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is equivalent to 20 years of funding for Amtrak, the sorely neglected U.S. passenger rail system."

"After 10 years of an unjustified war of occupation in Afghanistan, Americans are finally rising up and demonstrating against the Zionist crimocracy and its agenda of war for plunder and profit. For these protests to be effective, however, it is essential that they raise public awareness of who is really responsible for the criminal war policies and the plundering of the U.S. Treasury. This requires pointing out the secretive 'Elders of Zion' who are behind Obama and his criminal war policies...."

Elders of Zion?! Christopher, why are Abe Foxman and Jonathan Kay coming after ME instead of you? ; - )

Full article: http://www.bollyn.com/home#article_13262

4 comments:

  1. Bollyn is sui generis

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  2. Hey Kevin, from what I've read, the Protocols are real. Even if they weren't you must admit they are extremely prescient! The Reverend Denis Fahey wrote a book called "Waters Flowing Eastward" that basically confirms the Protocols are indeed authentic if you're interested. It's a great book.

    http://ia700605.us.archive.org/17/items/WatersFlowingEastward_307/WatersFlowingEastward.pdf

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  3. Thanks for the reference, John! I'm not an expert on the Protocols, but for what little it's worth, my impression, based on reading them and only a little bit about them, is that this is likely to be one of those times when the conventional wisdom is right. But I've had similarly complacent opinions shaken up many times, so I try to keep an open mind, and hope to find time to look at Fahey's book.

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