Friday, December 14, 2012

Paul Rea on 9/11, Seth Farber on getting crazy enough to save the world

Fri.  12/14/12, 3-5 pm Central,  American Freedom Radio  (archived here.)

Caller lines ON during the first hour!  218-339-8525

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1st hour: Paul Rea's book Mounting Evidence: Why We Need a New Investigation into 9/11 is a well-researched and important contribution to the 9/11 literature - and an excellent book for educated, open-minded beginners. Dr. Rea has taught humanities at Ohio State University, the University of Northern Colorado, and St. Mary's College of California. This is his first appearance on Truth Jihad Radio. He will discuss, among other things, Christopher Bollyn's thesis that Israel and its US assets bear primary responsibility for the 9/11 operation.

2nd hour: Seth Farber's new article Mad Pride, Prophets, and the Revival of the Messianic Vision draws from his brilliant book The Spiritual Gift of Madness. In that book, Dr. Farber argues that people labeled "crazy" are actually the potential visionary shamans we need to transform our civilization into something better and more sustainable. Seth Farber is also the author of Radicals, Rabbis, and Peacemakers: Conversations with Jewish Critics of Israel.

 Today, as the world is threatened by ecological catastrophe, freedom-crushing technology, an increasingly fraudulent monetary system, and war-mongering false-flagging psychopaths in power, we need messiahs more than ever! Yet if anyone starts to have visionary experiences - or even serious problems adapting to our insane social system - they are force-fed toxic psychiatric "medications" that have been proven not to work, that are as addictive as heroin, and that slowly kill their minds, bodies, and spirits. Madmen and madwomen of the world unite - throw away your meds, declare yourself a messiah, and get out there and save the world!

Dr. Seth Farber is a writer, social critic, dissident psychologist (he received his doctorate in 1984), visionary, activist (in the human rights, Green and anti-war movements -- and a supporter of animal rights) and co-founder of the Network Against Coercive Psychiatry (1988).

1 comment:

  1. Dr. Barrett,

    Why can't I log on to TJ?

    Did you get my ten bucks or what?

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