April 15, 2014

The Realist Report with John Friend 2014.04.14

On this edition of The Realist Report, we'll be joined by Joshua Blakeney. Joshua and I will be discussing a variety of subjects relating to 9/11, the "Global War on Terror" and international Zionism.

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The Realist Report (BlogTalk)
The Realist Report (TalkShoe)
The Realist Report (YouTube)



Anonymous said...

Joshua mentioned his involvement with the late Splitting the Sky's attempted citizen's arrest of former president, George W. Bush in 2009.

Here's an interview I did with him, a few weeks after the incident.


1776blues said...

Okay, if John and Joshua want to know why some people such as myself take issue with Fetzer, there here are two huge red flags;

1) He writes for Veterans Today and is friends with Gordon Duff the admitted Jew and 40% liar.

2) He refused at least 3 times to acknowledge Michael Collins Piper's book Final Judgement that Mossad was involved in the assassination of JFK.

Other than that he is an obnoxious blithering windbag.

Oh shit, how a third reason; He has fallen for Halbig or hitched his wagon to the admitted son of a holocaust survivor who may or may not be Jewish. My gut feeling is his whole story stinks.

Dave Gahary at AFP says that he believes Halbig is telling the truth about Homicide Detectives threatening him to drop the Sandy Hook questions because it would be a crime and Halbig would be prosecuted. Not so fast Sherlock, I believe the Federal court case below says different and I'm pretty sure this applies to Florida as well. I searched to see if Florida had such a law but found nothing.


A federal appeals court on Thursday nullified a California criminal law adopted after the Rodney King beating that made it unlawful for citizens to knowingly lodge false accusations against police officers.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the law was an unconstitutional infringement of speech because false statements in support of officers were not also criminalized.


Does the term “rainmaker” ring any bells? It should. It’s a sleazy carpetbagger who would go to distraught areas suffering from drought and extract money from the desperate, frightened, ignorant, uneducated and superstitious locals by promising to make it rain … for a price.

Mr. Halbig had the audacity leave a comment asking for money on an article about Karen Klein, For those of you who don’t know, she was a 68-year-old school bus monitor who was bullied by a pack of thugs and some people saw the video of it and put together an Indigogo collection for her that garnered her some $200,000 in the end. But she didn’t ask for any of it. People just did it because they wanted to help her out.

James Simon said...

The guest had some good points.

I disagree with his stance that a white person in the west (dr McDonald) is "selfish" if his main stance is to champion white interest or educate people on the danger of organized Jewish interest groups targeting European Americans, Canadians, Australians and European Europeans. John Friends response was good,IMO approx 120 min mark.

That being said I don't agree with everything Dr Kevin McDonald or John Friend say either.

I suppose that the way people think and feel changes throughout a lifetime. I possibly could have agreed with the guest on his argument that the Palestinian cause is more important than fighting the organized destruction of European people and heritage if I wasn't a parent. Today the most important thing on my list is to protect my family.

"We Must Secure The Existence Of Our People And A Future For White Children." DL