August 29, 2013

Jeff Rense Radio Show - 2013.08.28

Listen  Download  Hour 1 - Tim Rifat - Geopolitical Analysis

Listen  Download  Hour 2 - John Friend - Satanic, Depraved Zio Jewish 'Entertainment'

Listen  Download  Hour 3 - Frosty Wooldridge - World Affairs Brief

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Unknown said...

To people who really know anything ie. haven't had their minds warped by a crazy Abrahamic religion/belief/control system, jews are actually "anti-" Satan if anything!!! So much ignorance & darkness abounds these days...

Anonymous said...

About Frosty Wooldridge...
Problem with this guy is that he has a history of being supportive of Dr. John Tanton, Dr. Erlich (book Population Control Bomb) and the whole bad kind of "population control" ideology which is based on eugenics and weeding out the unfit.
Frosty does not look upon Mexicans coming into the United States as human beings worthy of concern and fair treatment. In fact, doubt if human life has any basic worth at all.

Unknown said...

Quote - "...the whole bad kind of "population control" ideology..."

In order to qualify that statement I wonder if you could elaborate then JEANNON, on a list of things that might be considered the "good" kind of population control and why you would actually label them "good" and "bad".

I hear a lot of people telling us what all the bad kinds of things are but these people are rarely able to give a "balanced" view of things when they actually start to tell us what the "good" side of the coin is supposed to be and more importantly "WHY". This is more often than not because it is all wrapped up in their own personal "moral" view or stance and therefore biased rather than rational. I might add that one man's (or woman's) morals is another man's (or woman's) poison and who's right and who's wrong is completely subjective!

I can tell you here and now that if I have to look at what might be considered "good" or "bad" population control then most definitely I would have to side with what has been occurring NATURALLY on this planet with every species that has ever lived on it since the first creature took its first breath. I would probably consider this approach just simple unbiased common sense.