Wednesday, October 12, 2011

John Friend interviewed on The Ugly Truth

"There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution."

--Aldous Huxley, Tavistock Group, California Medical School, 1961

Please consider the above quote and check out the videos and articles below in conjunction with this radio program.  I'm on at the 25 minute, 40 second mark, but the entire program is well worth listening to.  

Recently, in a show on the anti-Wall Street protests aired on Iran’s Press TV, I was tabbed as “racist, anti-Semitic, and divisive,” by two ladies, Sara Flounders and Debra Sweet, in a discussion of the anti-Wall Street protests. 
Sara Flounders is a member of the General Secretariat of the Marxist-Leninist World Workers Party, which prides itself not only on trying to bring the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 to America and the rest of the world, but is proud of its public role in trying to bring the militant homosexual agenda to play throughout the planet. (Ted Pike’s “Judaism and Homosexuality: A Marriage Made in Hell,” may be suggestive and informative here. Rabbi David Saperstein and Ken Mehlman would certainly reject Pike’s conclusions about Judaism, but not about the link he establishes on gay Jewish activism.). 
Both Flounders and Sweet attempted to insist on international television that there is no basis for believing that the Rothschild dominated Federal Reserve Board and its fiat money policies have anything to do with the present world economic crisis or the fueling of world conflicts since 1913, and went the extra mile to deny what the rest of the world community has already concluded, Left and Right: that Israel is the tail which wags the American foreign policy dog. [...]
Labor unions, communists, “community organizers,” socialists, and anti-capitalist agitators have all joined together to “Occupy Wall Street” and protest against “greed,” corporations, and bankers. But despite efforts to portray the movement as “leaderless” or “grassroots,” it is becoming obvious that there is much more going on behind the scenes than meets the eye. 
Billionaire financier George Soros’ fingerprints, for example, have been all over the anti-Wall Street campaign from the very beginning. And this week, the infamous hedge-fund boss publicly announced his sympathy for the protesters and their complaints about bailouts — despite the fact that he lobbied for even greater unconstitutional handouts to bankers in 2009. 
“Actually I can understand their sentiment, frankly,” he told reporters while announcing a large donation to the United Nations. “I can sympathize with their grievances.”
But Soros’ support for the protesters goes far beyond his tepid public statements. In fact, the original call to “Occupy Wall Street” came from the magazine AdBusters, an “anti-consumerist” publication financed by, among other sources, the Soros-funded Tides Foundation.


  1. Oh lookie here, self-indulgent brats of the super wealthy 1% are camping out on Wall Street to... protest the 1%???

    Lots of pictures of over-privileged heirs playing with their expensive tech toys, wearing $300 "No Religion" jeans and "dressed down" as down-and-out 99 percenters.

    This farce just keeps getting more unbelievable every day.

  2. Mark Dankof is awesome in the video. He came on strong and got stronger. The two "Red Ladies" sounded and looked weak and the strain is starting to show. The one in the middle looked like she's having a ruptured artery or something. We can always hope.

    God bless Mark Dankoff

  3. Hi John, I've posted a commentary at my site, with additional posting at Uprooted Palestinians

  4. Good radio show. The clip with Mark Dankof and the two "red ladies" was very revealing. I admire Dankof's courage.

    Calling someone an antisemite is so silly. In arguments it's an example of what is known as the "motive fallacy." It's a good distraction but completely irrelevant. If I make an argument and you say I'm a racist, that's irrelevant to the validity of my argument. Lawyers are paid to argue in court for their clients (client A), but the opposing counsel does not dismiss their arguments by pointing out that the lawyers for client A are PAID to argue. That's ludicrous.

    The best response is "I may or may not be antisemite, but whether or not I am is irrelevant to the arguments I made." Remind people to get back to the point. The red ladies may be barking mad poo-fetishists, but you don't respond to their arguments (if they had any) in kind.

    This almost needs to be argued in court - with a judge saying "please answer yes or no" to the red ladies who never, ever respond to the actual charges made, the arguments, etc.

    Anyway, I liked how Dankof stuck to his original points.


  5. Hey 1st Anon, yeah it's a lot of people hanging out having a good time. Good on them. Why the fuck not hang out, talk about politics, smoke some weed if one chose to, and have a good time?

    We have to understand that this is an extremely DIVERSE group of people all across the country. Show up at one of these occupations at any city and you'll understand what I mean. And I've only been to the one in SD. But it's the same shit everywhere. Of course the young kids are going to come down and hang out, what else to they have to do?

    There are even little kids ant this occupation in SD. Little kids running around, selling lemonaide, kicking soccer balls around and everything. It's festive. It's a family atmostphere. There were some trouble makers, but it was cool for the most part. This is going to play out for a while I think...

  6. Yup, Dankof is great. He was phenomenal in that interview with Press TV.

  7. I finally listened to the UglyTruth podcast and I was saddened to hear that you felt abandoned at the demonstration. Now I really wish I had gone to the march.

    I didn't march because they didn't have any stated demands, and I didn't want to be a part of a false movement. A few nights before the march I was screaming at the General Assembly about that lack of any stated purpose for the group. The whole thing was starting to smell phoney.

    I would back you up any time, any place. I have already protested against israel doing 9/11 in front of the israeli consulate in Los Angeles, down the street from the holohoax museum. I'm willing to confront the criminals. You have my email. CM

  8. Yo Chris, I won't be able to go back down there for a while...I'm heading out of town this Thursday. Hit me up though. You in SD?


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