Fri. 3/8/13, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in: 218-339-8525
First hour: The Midwest's funniest white-boy Muslim, Abdullah Champeon, host of the Garden of Truth TV show, is now taking a break from TV hosting and living in Cairo (Egypt, not Illinois). We'll discuss the unfinished Egyptian revolution, the Mideast versus the Midwest, and the works of Ian Dallas a.k.a. Shaykh Abdalqadir as-Sufi, one of the most interesting and iconoclastic traditionalists of our time. (Traditionalism was founded by European intellectuals whose search for truth led them to believe that only authentic religious tradition could save European civilization; most, including founder René Guenon, converted to Islam, the best-preserved of the authentic religious traditions.)
In his new book Engines of a Broken World, Ian Dallas writes:
The twentieth century was marked by two cataclysmic events. Firstly came the mass genocide in Europe of a race, initiated by Germany, and a class, initiated by Russia. Secondly came the mass influx of disinherited masses into Europe. The Turks came to Germany following the dismemberment of the Osmanli Dawlet. The Berbers came from North Africa following the collapse of the French colonial empire. The Indians came from the violent dismemberment of Empire which tore the subcontinent into Pakistan, India and Bangladesh.
As the exhausted people of Europe, utterly betrayed by its political class, watch in fear as the European entity fragments, having been stitched together merely by a common currency without intrinsic value, it becomes daily more clear that renewal can only come from the great mass of displaced people whose binding factor is neither race nor coinage, but religion.
Second hour: Edmund Marriage holds even more iconoclastic and original views than Shaykh Abdalqadir - he even claims to know where the original Garden of Eden was! Mr. Marriage is the founder of the Golden Age Project, which has republished the works of Christian and Barbara Joy O'Brien, authors of The Genius of the Few: The Story of Those Who Founded the Garden of Eden. Check out his new youtube video "Jesus and his brother James in Britain with the Druids."
Labels: abdullah champeon, christian o'brien, eden, edmund marriage, engines of a broken world, genius of the few, golden age project, ian dallas, Islam, murabitun, shaykh abdalqadir as-sufi, traditionalism