Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Blackbird9's Breakfast Club Podcast # 41 - 2016.09.21

More Than A Marxist Barrel Of Monkees

Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club Wednesday podcast. Today we will trace back the history of The Youth Culture of the 1960s and attempt to extrapolate the Jewish Marxist World View. We will focus in on the pop culture phenomenon of The Monkees during the Vietnam War and US Civil Rights Movement era.

In the First Hour Host Frederick C. Blackburn will cover the recent chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists working for the destruction of Nationalism and toward the establishment of Greater Israel and Globalism under Talmudic Noahide Law.

The Second Hour of Blackbird9's Breakfast Club host Frederick C. Blackburn looks at the history of the mass marketing of the anti-establishment Youth Culture of the 1960s and the role World Zionism played in its creation. Then, in light of the 50th Anniversary of The Monkees, he will attempt to show the Jewish and Freemasonic World View at the foundation of this long enduring musical and comedy franchise created by Jews Bob Refelson and Bert Schneider that made its official debut on Monday, September 12, 1966.

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Drew Carter said...

The show mentions "censorship" many times.. referring to "Jews" who do that.

It's interesting that censorship when applied to "Kyle and Sinead's" enemies is Okay, and encouraged.

So the lesson to be learned is: If the Jews censor someone - they are scumbags, but when Kyle and Sinead and all their minions do it .. it's Kool!

Just ask John Kaminski, or Graham Hart!

What do You call an "organization" that disallows any criticism of it, and uses censorship to defeat any "real" discussion? ... That's right a "CULT"

Luciano costello said...

Farah Fawcett died on the same day as Micheal Jackson and Sky Sunlight Saxon singer of the Seeds

larry said...

Mr. Blackburn please check out my series "cultural alchemy". It is exactly what you are talking about here and I would love to discuss this with you