Sunday, September 15, 2019

The Raw Deal With Jim Fetzer 2019.09.15



James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is a philosopher of science and conspiracy theorist. Since the late 1970s, Fetzer has worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and foundations of scientific explanation, probability in science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of cognitive science, especially artificial intelligence and computer science.

Today: Guest, Alison Maynard (Don't mind the slamming noise which this time is not from Pozner's internet genius.)

P.S. Jim is still using his super-duper microphone and high speed internet connection.

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20 comments:

Unknown said...

Is someone playing with a rotary phone??

zapoper said...

Alison said that her cat did something to her computer. Apparently Pozner is not to blame for everything that fucks up Jim' show.

Panzerfaust said...

Unit 8200 has trained cats fyi

zapoper said...

LOL

Jacky Vanmarsenille said...

Wow to the information about Judy Wood wishing Jim to go to jail at 1 hour 27 minutes

Jacky Vanmarsenille said...

David Irving ended up in prison and then shekel-grabbed by Deborah Lipstadt in court, with the same trick about racking up huge lawyer fees with multiple lawyers which Bnai Brith and World Jewish Congress and etc. were going to cover for Lipstadt in case she lost, but that they wanted Irving to cover of course.

Ernst Zundel won in court but was kidnapped, deported, and locked up in Germany. Alfred and Ursula and others are there today, and could die in there.

So this sentiment by Judy is pretty nasty.

Unknown said...

Jewdy Wood is as bad as Alex Jewns...

Max Smart said...

And as ugly as sin, as most of this despicable tribe indeed are.

Unknown said...

Sounds like someone is building a chicken coop in tel aviv.

Jacky Vanmarsenille said...

As Brother Nathanael says, every nasty Jewess gets the face she deserves.

Amanda said...


Not sure if people remember, but years ago there was a woman, Brittany Maynard, who claimed to be terminally ill and she later killed herself. There was lots of (((MSM))) attention to the story. Anyway, that's Allison's niece and she thinks it was a hoax (maybe to benefit insurance companies?? as in if people who are severely sick then insurance cos would benefit from them just committing suicide instead of continuing with expensive treatment?)
Here's her site and post on that:

https://therealcolorado.blogspot.com/2015/02/brittany-maynard-my-undead-niece.html

Panzerfaust said...

WTF is this satanic crow squaking bullshit? Totally distracting.
Allison's sole focus upon slavery as the sole arbitrator of good vs bad and the rationale for war is as blinded by leftist ideology as the US Civil War debate. It brushes aside the gross campaigb of brutality of the Mexican military juanta against their own people in the months leading up to the war in Texas. The army's foot soldiers were peasants conscripted at bayonet point and forced to march thousands of miles through freezing temperatures, many if whom died on the trail and were thrown into musket fire en mass by Santa Anna so PLEASE WOMAN STOP IT.

The untold tragedy of the Alamo is this: Sam Houston was a masonic agent of President Jackson tasked with delivering Texas to the Union . He lied to Texicans about his true intentions and set up his political rivals who would never agree to his agenda to die at the Alamo.

The fact he allowed fellow mason Santa Anna to return to Mexico instead of killing him by firing squad speaks volumes.

Scorpio said...

@Panzer - Interesting and plausible story. Link?

Panzerfaust said...

TBH it's a theory I put together based upon the totality of documented history so I cannot point to one single source and room here prohibits. This is a line of inquiry that should be researched and published. A few pieces of the puzzle
Sam Houston
https://www.reddit.com/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/9ltsd7/the_plaque_at_the_foot_of_the_sam_houston_statue/
Jackson and Houston were very close
https://history.house.gov/Historical-Highlights/1800-1850/A-duel-involving-Representative-Sam-Houston-of-Tennessee/
Santa Anna's march
A blizzard struck as Santa Anna began to move, with snow and a bitterly cold wind that cut like a razor. Then there was rain and more snow. It turned to a frozen slush and then mud. Marching through mud, they learned, was more tiring than wading through snowdrifts.

Munition wagons and gun carriages carried those too weak to march. Many died along the way. Oxen, pulling overloaded carts through the mud, died in harness. Pack animals froze to death. The ground behind looked like a battlefield, strewed with broken wheels, discarded equipment, abandoned wagons and dead animals.

"We put in the wagons some of the dying wretches we found on the road," said one soldier. "I remember a poor wretch we found, at the point of death, unable to move, loaded down with gun and pack. We placed him in one of the wagons but he expired before the day's journey was over."

Santa Anna, insulated from the suffering of his men, rode ahead with the First Division and reached San Antonio on Feb. 23. With him was his brother-in-law, Perfecto de Cos, who had been given his parole when he surrendered the Alamo in December. He violated that parole by returning to Texas.
http://archive.caller.com/columnists/murphy-givens/santa-annas-soldiers-suffered-in-march-to-san-antonio-28c08b06-c427-1372-e053-0100007f9963-391089791.html/
The power players already in Texas prior to Houston were here to escape debts and other troubles back east and of course to create wealth. Upon the overthrow of the Bustamante govrrnment in Mexico the constitution was ripped up so they displayed a flag at the Alamo pledging allegiance to the former MEXICAN government NOT the US. Travis, Bowie, snd Crockett would have presented strong challenges to Houston's hidden plan once it became known. Thus I see the decision to leave these rivals at the Alamo as more than mere coincidence.

Scorpio said...

^^ Thanks Panzer. Good stuff.

I finally listened to the whole show and noticed that we narrowly avoided another chimpathon
by 'Paul' - His legal 'advise' was laughable and the guest called him 'naive' and asked for the next caller to come on.
Paul almost snapped when she called him 'naive' - thank the lord we were able to make
it through one show without another category 5 chimp out.

John Miller said...

Panzerfaust said :
" A blizzard struck as Santa Anna began to move, with snow and a bitterly cold wind that cut like a razor. Then there was rain and more snow....Snowdrifts... It turned to a frozen slush...
Pack animals froze to death..."
In southern Texas ?? WOW

Unknown said...

Was thinking the same John -climate change is real lol

Panzerfaust said...

You're correct and I'm going to withhold commenting further.

Panzerfaust said...

Mountain passes in Mexico, ever been to Saltillo?

Panzerfaust said...


One fact that reinforces this notion is that the Mexican Army encountered a freak blizzard in route to Texas that began on the evening of February 13 and continued throughout the next day. The weather during this storm was severe enough to kill horses, mules, men, and camp followers.[1] The snowstorm, however, did not extend into Texas.
https://medium.com/@OfficialAlamo/alamo-myths-and-misconceptions-d13c31c19a72