Our Interesting Times
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E. Michael Jones on Development Economics vs the Washington Consensus
March 09, 2017 03:28 AM PST
E. Michael Jones returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his articles "Julius Nyerere and the Heart of Darkness" and "Crisis in the Maryknoll Missionary Order." We talk about the collapse of development economics and how the example of the missionary work of the Jesuits in the New World perhaps offers an alternative model to the current usurious neo-liberal Washington consensus.
Dr. Jones is a historian, prolific writer and editor of Culture Wars magazine. Among his many books are The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History, The Slaughter of Cities, and the most recent Barren Metal : A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury. His books and a subscription to Culture Wars can be purchased at culturewars.com.
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March 05, 2017 08:21 AM PST
Mark Hackard returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his article "The US Establishment’s Russian Scapegoat Veils the Real Enemy Within." We talk about the Establishment's attempt to delegitimize the Donald Trump presidency by spreading disinformation regarding alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Vladimir Putin and the irony of US officials accusing the Kremlin of meddling in the 2016 presidential race. We also discuss the real history of Soviet active measures in the West and how the CIA has historically controlled the press and manipulated the media.
Mark is an independent foreign policy analyst. He studies the intersection of political culture, religion, and strategic issues, which he approaches from a traditionalist-conservative perspective. Mark's online project is Soul of the East, a website dedicated to introducing the English speaking world to valuable aspects of Russian political and religious thought.
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March 02, 2017 02:54 AM PST
Paul Collins returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his article "Human Compromise." We talk about the significance of sexual blackmail and extortion in politics and history.
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February 27, 2017 03:50 PM PST
George Webb returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his open-source investigation DynCorp Harvest: Killing is Good Business. We discuss evidence of a global human trafficking and organ harvesting network hiding under the cover of various humanitarian, military and national security operations.
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February 24, 2017 03:01 AM PST
Andy Nowicki returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his piece "Dresden Was Not *Da* Bomb." We talk about the Anglo-American fire bombing of Dresden and the immorality of total war. Later we talk about Allied war crimes and the triumphalism which has shaped most Americans' perception of the Second World War.
Andy is the author of eight books including Conspiracy, Compliance, Control & Defiance: a primer on what is, and what is to be done and the assistant editor of Alternative Right. He is also the host of the Namelesss Podcast.
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February 20, 2017 05:12 AM PST
Ryan Dawson returns to Our Interesting Times once again for a conversation about neocolonialism, globalism, the Deep State, the illegal drug trade, human trafficking, and more. We also talk about Doug Valentine's research and his latest book The CIA as Organized Crime. See Ryan's video "Neocolonialism in Africa"
Ryan is a historian, documentary filmmaker and the host of the ANC Report.
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February 13, 2017 08:27 PM PST
Matthew Battaglioli joins Our Interesting Times to discuss his book The Consequences of Equality. We talk about economics, politics, culture, the nature of equality and the tragedies that occur when society fails to deal with the reality of inequality.
Matthew's field of study is the social sciences. He is a graduate of the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, is a member of the Liberate RVA organization and has written academic material for the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Liberate RVA, and The Libertarian Alliance.
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February 06, 2017 03:52 AM PST
Jay Dyer returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his piece "Why I'm Finally Converted to Pro-Trump." We talk about how Donald Trump's election may represent a genuine challenge to globalism and to the entire Enlightenment mythos. Later we discuss Jay's lecture on Seraphim Rose's prophetic work Orthodoxy & the Religion of the Future - a book published in 1970s that was critical of the New Age, Eastern mysticism, Illuminism, globalism and called out the alien/UFO phenomenon as a psy-op.
Jay is the host of Jay's Analysis He is the author of Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults, and Symbols in Film.
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February 01, 2017 02:15 AM PST
Dr. Eric Karlstrom returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss the various aspects of gang-stalking, citizen surveillance, and electronic warfare and he explains why some people are selected by the Deep State to become "targeted individuals."
Dr. Karlstrom's primary website is 9/11 New World Order. He is an Emeritus Professor of Geography, California State University.
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January 26, 2017 03:11 AM PST
Dr. Lance deHaven-Smith joins Our Interesting Times to discuss his book Conspiracy Theory in America. We talk about how the term "conspiracy theory" has been used to marginalize those who question the official narrative of certain political events and discourage critical thinking and free inquiry.
Dr. Lance deHaven-Smith is a Professor Emeritus in the Reubin O’D. Askew School of Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University. A former President of the Florida Political Science Association, he is the author, coauthor, or editor of 15 books on topics ranging from religion and political philosophy to Florida government and politics.
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