Sunday, November 8, 2015

Sage of Quay Radio - Eric Dubay - The Earth is Not a Spinning Ball Nov 2015

Tonight Eric Dubay returns to the show.

Eric is a leading and prominent voice behind the revival of the Flat Earth theory. He currently lives in Thailand where he teaches Yoga and Wing Chun which is the traditional Chinese martial art of self defense.

Eric has also written a number of books one of which is The Flat Earth Conspiracy where Eric explains how the world has been systematically brainwashed and indoctrinated for centuries into believing the greatest lie of all time – that the Earth is a spinning globe.

He has also recently released his free eBook “200 Proofs Earth is Not a Spinning Ball”.

The discussion with Eric was wide ranging as we talk about the traction the Flat Earth theory is gaining throughout the world along with Eric’s thoughts on Zionism, controlled opposition, psychopathic behavior and forbidden topics like the Holocaust.

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Ognir said...

Hey Del, he's a bit soft on the jew


Paul Von Tyrant said...

Thanks for posting, Del. Personally, I'm still on the fence on this subject, but I find it interesting. It has become one of the biggest divisive topics in this so called movement. I think it's amusing that people will violently fight over this topic because they learned the Earth is round in the same schools that taught them six million Jews died in gas chambers. Lol

Oona Craig said...

The "flat earth" is a card in the Illuminati card game by Steve Jackson. This card game lists all the Jews' tricks used in bamboozling the goyim. So . . . does the "flat earth" card refer to a lie that has been told in the past or one that is being told in the present? So many many little time.

delcroix said...

Yeah Ognir lol , soft , and the rest,
paul van T thanks man for all your support and input ,
to the pair of yea , keep doing what yea're doing
and feck the begrudgers
thanks lads

wanda said...

Very nice to see some rather less than stale topics again on Mami's... thanks for the post.

Woodchuck said...

Once we realize most everything we were taught growing up was a lie, why should we draw a line in the sand regarding the possibility of a flat earth? I haven't accepted it (yet) but I find the idea fascinating and worth studying.