Deanna talks with James Perloff, the author of Truth Is a Lonely Warrior and The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline (1988). May 7th is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania which he will talk about on this one-hour program, based on his article.
Dr. Duke had a foundational show on the importance of building
alliances with like-minded people from around the world. He discussed
the international conference he attended in Mexico last week, and noted
that its largely Latin American participants all recognized the harm
that was being done to the homelands of the European peoples by Zionist
rulers in Europe and North America, even with regards to the immigration
issue. Moreover, they understand that the flipside of migrants flooding
into the United States and Europe is having their own communities
deprived of the leaders and workers needed to build better futures at
mentioned the work of Dr. Salvador Borrego, a 100-year-old Mexican
author whose writings include "Defeat of the World," an account of how
the German defeat in World War II paved the way for Zionist hegemony in
Europe and America, much to the detriment of the entire world. Dr.
Slattery joined the show and made the case that like-minded people in
Latin America and elsewhere can be crucial allies in the struggle for
our liberation because their opinion leaders are not under as direct Zio
censorship as our own are, and they can disseminate information and get
critical issues out in the open.
In this video Luke Rudkowski tracks down a Baltimore CNN crew after
finding out from the police, that the news organization called the cops
on them and wanted charges to be pressed on for “impersonating the