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The Saker is one of the our best geopolitical analysts. In this interview we begin with issues from his recent article “When dealing with a bear hubris is suicidal,” which discusses the increasing absurdity of such obvious Western false flags as the “Skripal nerve gas attack”—par for the course for “an Empire built (and maintained) on lies, accepted on the basis of ignorance, justified by hypocrisy and energized by hysterics. This is what the ‘Western world’ stands for nowadays.”
Is the Empire’s pathological behavior rooted in Western arrogance and millenarianism dating back to medieval times? Is the current official elite religion of Anti-Religious Religious Fundamentalism (AARF) even more dangerously fanatical than traditional religious fundamentalism? Are Western elites secular humanists or satanists? Is there a meaningful difference between those categories? Why are they willing to risk nuclear war with over 500 million dead to push forward a hopelessly implausible scheme for a one-world empire? What can we do to stop them? These are some of the questions considered in this very stimulating hour of conversation.
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.
He is the host of TRUTH JIHAD RADIO; a hard-driving weekly radio show funded by listener subscriptions at Substack and the weekly news roundup FALSE FLAG WEEKLY NEWS (FFWN).
He also has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS, and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications.
Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.
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Awesome interview and discussion. I view religion the same way I view education. In that, it should be about open learning instead if dictation. When an entire group adhere’s to a single belief, it becomes dangerous to the community in that it becomes weaponized, just like facebook data, and what we have now in our foreign policy. I also view the Bible, the same way as 9/11, in that an entire group decided to permit a falsehood based on group comfort and material benefit. It is simply a lie they do not wish to disturb due to irrational fear of the alternative. But both of these and any other structure, that is built on a false premise, is not a solid foundation for a peaceful future. It spends all of it’s time revalidating the premise. Many times, with violence as the option that is rationalized as “worth it”.
I also would not be so hasty to lump anti-religion sentiment, into satanism and pedophilia. There is no group who comes close to the number of victims of institutionalized pedophilia and escape from prosecution than religion in America. I haven’t met a satanist, and I am not an atheist, nor am I anti-religion, but I am staunchly opposed to any theology being injected into national defense or resource acquisition based wars.
Again, there is no group who comes close to the amount of support of foreign war than religion in America.
So, if religion is to be a benefit to society, it must be balanced and properly applied. One thing Saker said, that I agree with whole heartedly, is that we are strategically very safe, and have no need for the massive military we have. A simple point we should focus on.
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