He does a great job interviewing all sorts of people.
Mr Kelley recently interviewed E. Michael Jones. This is not the first interview these two have undertaken, but, this is the first one I've ever posted here. Why, you ask?
Because for some reason I just found it so very interesting. So much so that I listened twice & may give it yet another listen!
E Michael Jones is often labelled/name called as an "antisemite" I don't care. I've been labelled that before myself, and worse. Labels aka name calling are often employed so a consumer of media/information does not even bother to consider information being presented. Information that might spark a flame. Turn on a light. Open a door. Labels/name calling such as that have no power unless you ascribe a specific power to it. Don't do it!
I don't choose to taken in by the name calling game. Rather, my preference is to listen to the information presented and see if it jibes with what I already understand. In the case of this interview and it's topic of societal degradation. This is apparent. Jones addressing this from a more historical perspective aids in filling in the picture.
What is the role of the Talmudic tribe in this societal degradation? It seems oversized for the numbers of that tribe. Why are we tolerating their leadership in issues affecting us non Talmuds aka the goyim? E Michael Jones speaks of when Talmudic judaism over took, I guess what must have been actual or historical Judaism? He makes the point that Talmudic judaism came after Christianity? Opposite of common presentation. Quite thought provoking and I wonder what others think about that?
Can't help but notice after the Charlottesville incident, the ADL is one of the main mouthpieces to the media presenting the narrative we're supposed to believe. Southern Poverty Law Centre being another one. Why should we believe these narratives? The presenter and what is presented? Why is the ADL telling us what to think? Who does the ADL really serve? I'm going to save the historical creation of the ADL for another post! (It's a doozy) Knowing what I do know about the ADL, it has to be asked why should we accept any narrative that organization presents as worthy? What do they have to gain from pushing the anti christian black vs white narrative? More cultural degradation? More divisive identity politics?
It gets me thinking about what is going on in the middle east and Syria. Where there has been a concerted effort to target Christians and/or foment antagonism towards Christians, particularly, employing Sunni Muslim Kurds, in moves that are very advantageous to Israel's expansionist goals in the region.
It's strange how one can see or understand repeating patterns, playing out in plain sight... if one really pays attention.
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