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First hour guest: Jeff Brown reports live from China, where he says Baba Beijing is going mano-a-mano with Western soft power. Jeff says Western mainstream media consumers are getting a false, pejorative picture of what's happening in China. He explains that the famous Tiananmen Square events were a CIA destabilization operation – a prototype for all the "color revolutions" that have followed. Since then, the bad guys just won't quit trying to destabilize and destroy China, just like they've destabilized and/or destroyed Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Ukraine and Syria. The Chinese, he says, are determined to hold onto their hard-won independence; they are not going to knuckle under to the NATO New World Order Anglo-Zionist Empire. Toward the end of the show, we discuss the possibility that China will move beyond the solid but stolid CCTV and create a flashier, more exciting, more controversial engagé news channel along the lines of Press TV, Telesur and RT. If they do, Jeff Brown would be an excellent commentator.
Second hour: Merlin Miller discusses his new book Eagles Are Gathering. Merlin, an American nationalist who wants to make this country great again, is sort of like Trump, except he's non-obnoxious, honest, and doesn't kowtow to the Zionists. Eagles Are Gathering packs a whole lot of truth into a concise (245 page) presidential-aspirant bio-manifesto. Merlin tells his story, from his graduation from West Point through his journey through film school into the motion picture industry, where he ran smack into an invisible "goys not welcome here" sign. The book describes his awakening to the USS Liberty issue, Zionism and its power in America, questions about the JFK assassination, and conspiracies in general and 9/11 in particular. And it lays out his proposed solutions, which are more specific, and make a lot more sense, than anything proposed by Donald Trump.
I would trust a President Merlin Miller to exercise good judgment and do the right thing in the face of pressure. I wouldn't trust a President Trump any farther than I could throw him.
Labels: china, donald trump, jeff brown, merlin miller, richard hugus, zionism