Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Truth Hertz with Charles Giuliani 2019.06.17

Pimp Daddy Abraham’s Adventures in Egypt

Charles Giuliani is a writer and radio host who is best known for his show Truth Hertz on Oracle Broadcasting. Giuliani was previously an Evangelical but during the latter part of the 2000s became an atheist and his show is strongly critical of religion, particularly what he calls "The Jew Book." Giuliani discusses a wide variety of topics including Jewish supremacism, revisionist history, religion and false flags. After Oracle, Giuliani spent some time on Waking America Radio Network, but moved to the Mami's Shit affiliated Outside Radio. In May 2014. He moved to American Nationalist Network, then to Renegade Broadcasting in September 2015.

This is unedited (direct link)...Good show

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Unknown said...

Hurray!! Does this mean the Renegade war is over?

Zeebra said...

nah, I gather it means Charlie is a special boy, whose current entanglement with Renegade is just a momentary flaw which zap is willing to overlook. :~)

Unknown said...

It was Kyle who said 'don't link my stuff here'. Anyway Charlies recent broadcasts have been fantastic and this is one is amazing. Delivered in CGs inimitable style of course lol

Sarah Perry said...

“The "Father" of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism is Abraham. Abraham called the "Father" of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism because those three faiths are originated from Abraham descendant. In the Bible of Christianity, Matthew list every ancestor of Jesus from his father Joseph that leads to Isaac, the son of Abraham.”
The \"Father\" of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism ... - brainly.com/question/959977

Charlie questions whether Isaac was the legitimate son of Abraham or the son of the Egyptian king and Sarah (the female matriarchal line).

Steve said...

If Jesus was born to a virgin, then he had no human father. So what does it matter ? To trace Josephs family tree is pointless. Actually, it's pointless taken exoterically, that is literally, but meaningful when taken esoterically, that is inwardly.