April 19, 2019

Truth Jihad radio with Kevin Barrett 2019.04.19

Peter Myers on “possible false flag” Notre Dame fire; Greg McCarron on Mueller report and Russia-gate vs. Israel-gate

Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, holds advanced degrees in English Literature, French Literature, and African Literature, and is the author of multiple books which deconstructs the "war on terror". Dr. Barrett has been a Muslim since 1993. Blacklisted from teaching in the University of Wisconsin system since 2006 for questioning the events of 9/11, Dr. Barrett now hosts radio shows and is a public speaker.


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Red Orchid said...

Not yet listened to show but thought I would add this to the discourse.


Baruch Marzel, the leader of the Israeli party Otsma Yehudit, who have been negotiating with Benjamin Netanyahu to form a government, has also applauded the burning of Notre-Dame.

Marzel said it was divine vengeance for the burning of the Talmud in front of the Cathedral in 1242.

For centuries, the Church was unaware of the contents of the Talmud. With the growth in scholarship, however, that changed in the 11th century. When Nicolas Donin, a Jewish convert to Christianity, revealed the passages about Christ burning in excrement in hell to Pope Gregory IX, he was shocked and demanded that the rabbis of Paris explain themselves. They asked to disprove the allegations. As they were unable to do so, 10,000 copies of the Talmud were burned in front of Notre-Dame.

Former Chief Architect of Notre-Dame Benjamin Mouton said the fire could not have been caused by a closed circuit. He said they had taken out all the electricity from the woodwork; the building was surveyed night and day, and it would have required a massive explosion to light the timber which was extremely fire-resistant. But the Chief of Police said it was a closed circuit, so the matter is settled. In the Pharisaic world, power determines truth.

The French Freemasons have called for the “reconstruction of the temple” The Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem was set on fire at the very same moment as Notre-Dame. The Zionists are calling for the “reconstruction of the temple.” They have not hidden their desire to destroy the Al-Alsqa mosque. Rabbi David Toitou has said, “Islam is the broomstick of Israel.” It makes more sense for the broomstick and he who is being beaten by it, to unite in disarming him who is wielding it, rather than become his slave by fighting each other.

Pamhamza Info has revealed that an Israeli was arrested at the site. He was apparently behaving suspiciously in the hours leading to the fire. Many people have remarked that the fire brigade’s response was slow. The head of the fire brigade Philippe Boutinaud was trained in Israel. He directed a simulation of a terrorist attack in the Stade de France on 13 November 2015, hours before the terrorist attacks began.

The only people who were arrested after the September 11 attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania in 2001 were Israelis. Some were found with explosives. Others were celebrating the attacks. They were all released. Fox News later reported that the Israelis had conducted the largest spy operation against the United States in its history. The report was immediately censored.

zapoper said...

* short circuit

Red Orchid said...

If you're looking for insights into what happened to Notre Dame you'll not find it listening to these two.

Whilst listening I did read the article. I wonder why Mr Barrett has never had on his show a Mr Gearoid O Colmain. Perhaps if he does a wider audience might learn that a "short circuit" is bullshit.

Modern man has turned culture into an idol; one from which the State derives much of its power over the individual. When the wooden beams burned, French President Emmanuel Macron promised to reconstruct: part of the great idol of “French Culture” would be resurrected. If world leaders mourned, it was because an idol had fallen. In this sense, the rabbis are correct. We are being punished for our idolatry. God allowed the fire to happen so as to remind us that “the customs of the people are vain”. We are being punished for our idolatry. Our Churches have become places where elites listen to classical music and tourists admire the glories of our past, yet no one genuflects before the Cross.

But the rabbis are wrong about the form of our idolatry. As John of Damascus explained, images in Christianity remind us of the transcendent reality of the incarnation. We do not adore statues; we adore what they represent. It is the reason why Western civilisation surpassed all others in the perfection of visual art. Hundreds of years of reflection on the incarnation produced Michelangelo whose works intimated Heaven and Caravaggio whose works are the beginning of cinema. The rabbis are correct in calling us idolators only in the sense that their infiltration of our culture has made us worship their vindictive, false gods and it is only the spectacle of our ruination which will make us, once again, see the Cross.

The Passion of Good Friday is the story of man’s future. In the cathedral, there hung a moving painting by Charles Le Brun of St Andrew’s crucifixion. Almost every year during the 17th Century the Goldsmiths Corporation would offer a painting or object on 1st of May to Notre-Dame Cathedral in honour of the Blessed Virgin, Queen of France. They were known as “les grand mays.”

Andrew was the first apostle called by Christ. His name in Greek is andros, man. He was known to be virile. He was born in a town called Bethsaida, meaning home of hunters or fishermen. Christ calls us to be men and men are not afraid to speak the truth and suffer the consequences. Andrew was crucified on a saltire or x-shaped cross and continued to preach the Gospel for two days, as he suffered on the cross. In an era when the very meaning of manhood is called into question, the Passion first and foremost calls us to be like Andrew: real men speak truth to power out in the open and are prepared to die for their beliefs; cowards meet in secret and conspire against real men.

The book of Jeremiah tells us that the “customs of the people are vain.”We live in a man-made, artificial world –a world of delusion. It is wood cut from the forest, dead wood.

The charred oak on the floor of Notre Dame is a reminder of the great men who built Christendom; Charlemagne, Saint Louis and millions like them. In so far as it is dead wood, we must throw it in the scrap heap. But in so far as it is a pile of boulders unconsumed by the fire, we are called to take up the Cross and, following Saint Louis, defend Christendom with the sword.

In the Eastern Orthodox tradition, our lady is often referred to as the Unburnt Bush. Moses received the Law in the form of a burning bush. Our Lady received the Divine Fire but was not consumed by it. The charred boulders lay like saltires on the floor of Notre Dame. But Our Lady is not consumed. Those who believe in Christ will not be consumed. Andrew was the first-called. Is this the last call?

Red Orchid said...

Those beams glowed. They remained intact until the very end.

Something reminiscent to Jewish lightening set Notre Dame on fire.