Ok, folks, having grown up during the 1960s, and watching the murders of President Kennedy, Senator Kennedy, and Dr. King, I find this not only insulting, but deplorable:

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. LSM on November 17, 2013 at 2:35 pm

    these kind of interviews are old hat- please don’t anyone get me yet again started on this subject- I’ve blogged about this before on this website- if one is really interested do read Charlotte Iserbytt’s “The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America”-

    but it’s not just in the US: just take a walk in the woods in Germany and you’ll pass someone (without exception) not enjoying nature but talking on the cell phone; sit in a commuter train in Germany: just recently I sat next to a young teenager who dicked around with 3 cell phones on her lap; it gets better: just visit any museum or art gallery in Europe at any time and around every corner you’ll see people not looking at the exhibits (for which they paid) but talking on cell phones-

    the crowning glory (or not): my life’s partner just recently sat in the audience of the opening night of one of my latest performances and my life’s partner stated the man sitting in the next seat went onto his cell phone 7 times during the performance to send/recieve SMSs-

    and were PROGESSING?- hardly-

    Larry in Germany

  2. YosemiteSam on November 17, 2013 at 2:10 pm

    Want to point out another aspect, most deplorable to me:

    Those people just pretend to know the subject (put aside, they are not really interested). Just play FAKE IT UNTIL MAKE IT .

    George Carline come to my mind:
    “When you’re born into this world, you’re given a ticket to the freak show. If you’re born in America you get a front row seat. I’m here with a notebook !”

    Did you know he died last week ?

  3. Frankie Calcutta on November 16, 2013 at 8:19 pm

    I think Americans have always been pretty dumb. Look how many Americans supported joining in the first European war of this century on the most specious of arguments? Add to that all the rubes who couldn’t wait to start the Civil War. The mental wherewithal of the human race has been all down hill since the end of the bronze age. In Meso-America, the people believed crossed eyes were a sign of beauty so parents induced this in their children by torturing their young eyes with a dangling object at the bridge of the nose. In China, long fingernails and tiny feet were all the rage. So people grew their nails so long and made their feet so small their hands and feet were no longer functional. Today in the US, fools wear their pants so low they restrict their ability to walk. (I won’t go into the conspiracy theories of why people were made so ineffectual in such a comical manner and who was behind it– lets just say they have priestly genetics, like to wander, and love gold and mischief). I think we all could take a lesson from that wisest of American philosophers, PT Barnum, and instead of allowing this information to become a source of despair, embrace it and make your dreams come true (without hurting, lying, or cheating anyone). I once made $150 as a young man in one afternoon telling people’s fortunes at a NY sidewalk fair using just a toy magic eight ball.

    • Sagnacity on November 17, 2013 at 7:18 am

      Just can’t drop the “blame the Jews” meme, can you?

      • Spectator on November 17, 2013 at 8:16 am

        Well, you might consider Robert Griffin’s teaching experiences outlined in a series of articles currently running on Occidental Observer.

        • Sagnacity on November 17, 2013 at 11:28 am


          I’ve read StormFront in the past, reads about as well thought out a much of black power websites.

          Only in the imaginings of neoNazis is there a war against the white race.

      • jedi on November 18, 2013 at 3:28 pm

        Frankie, I met a great tailor, could make me up any costume I wanted from a Calcutta cateloge, she was Tibetan, also a great chef, she could work wonders with a wok. Ever had butter Tea?

        • Sagnacity on November 18, 2013 at 4:31 pm


          I don’t claim to know the spirit world. And anyhow the “blame the Jews thing” is very similar to “blame the other” memes promoted through out history. Persians don’t like Iraqis, both don’t like Turks. The Han Chinese think they are the entirety of Chinese culture. Idiotic teatards blame Muslims.

          So I think spirit world things a distraction. And remember much of humanity has at least some genes from peoples of the Levant.

          It’s your constant reversion to form that it objectionable, for example from above “sinister hive mind”; it’s always someone else up to something never you or your party, and you constantly blame the Jews.

      • jan deen on November 19, 2013 at 4:15 am

        Blaming Groups, in fact blame in general fails as a function of impact, as it seems that the greater the crime, the less punishment and the status of the bank account can pretty well alter the outcome of any investigation, or the right powerful friends. If we are talking meme, I think we used to call them cliches? Certain tribes like to set themselves up as Chosen Ones which will always disturb the Not So Chosen. Perhaps that may be the nature of the meme brain itself.

        • Sagnacity on November 19, 2013 at 8:05 am

          jan deen:

          And you’re doing exactly that “blame the Jews thing” by making claims about that “chosen people”, first it’s not chosen in the superior sense.

          Second many groups have claimed to be superior because of their identity.

          There’s a lot more wrong with your “logic”.

      • jedi on November 19, 2013 at 1:23 pm

        you for got too mention the holocaust where they suffered, and had horrible crimes committee upon them, and there girls were raped, anally, and then put to death..or worse, work…

        until then…..you dont sound sin cere.

      • Sagnacity on November 19, 2013 at 6:23 pm


        Using irony doesn’t validate your claims. Nor should anyone trust those who claim to speak with surety from the spirit world.

      • Sagnacity on November 19, 2013 at 6:24 pm


        You and tight spaces for…

  4. Ramura on November 16, 2013 at 6:22 pm

    I saw one other Mark Dice vid along these lines. He asked people what the “DC” in Washington DC stood for. Found a whole host of people who had no clue.

    Just when you think it can’t get any worse, you see things like this and realize just how ignorant and uninformed people REALLY are. It is a real eye opener, but discouraging, nonetheless…

    I wonder what he’d get if he did the same thing about JFK next week, during the 50th anniversary. I’m betting he’d find just as many who thought it was happening NOW!

    I think I’ll go pull a pillow over my head now. It hurts…

  5. Milton Zentmyer on November 16, 2013 at 4:53 pm

    You know Jedi, I really don’t know what to do with your statement other than ignore it. However I will say this; whether or not Dr. King was a trained actor (I doubt that) or he was trained in elocution as many ministers and pastors are, I always look at the legacy of the person and what they did with the gifts that they were born with.

    It is true that King strayed sexually from his marriage and was being blackmailed by Hoover. (That great paragon of virtue and honor) King cut that off very quickly by going to his wife and telling her what he had done and who was blackmailing him.

    What he was doing the night before he was murdered, I’ll bet no one really knows. But if the genesis of these rumors are coming from the likes of Jesse Jackson and people like him who were waiting in the wings ready wrap themselves in King’s legacy, I think guilt and perhaps self loathing might be the cause.

    These same sorts of things were always coming up about those Kennedy bad boys. And we certainly know why. People always have such a problem with other people’s sexuality rather than what the person stood for and what, in the end, what was the impact of their lives to their culture or country and to humanity.

    Who cares what these men did or not do in the bedroom?

    • jedi on November 18, 2013 at 3:14 pm

      You know Milt, I think Robert Mugabe is a much greater leader, and got a lot more done for “the cause.”
      I ran down the content of the stage actors character, he was on record for wanting to be judged for it.

  6. Robert Barricklow on November 16, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    Couldn’t take more than a minute of the “corporate” news.
    For me, this is just degrees short of the “real” corporatized news. The difference being in the degree of the lies being told(and embedded in the psyche). As if sarcasm has become truth; because, the corporate way afterall, is to believe that the magic of the market is infallible. The market decides what is truth, or what is fiction.

    [A visinary novel, the winner of the Kirkus Star, & has been reviewed as the brilliant rebuttal to Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, is now hot off the press:
    The Water Thief by Nicholas Lamar Soutter.]

  7. marcos toledo on November 16, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    I was born in 1949 so lets see I was 14 when JFK was assassinated and I was 19 when both RFK and MLK were also assassinated. MLK before RFK of course should we be surprise we have both been into a society that has always believe in it’s fantasies and fairy tales and can’t look it self in the mirror of truth.

  8. ara_alain on November 16, 2013 at 9:50 am

    worse than sheeple…..

  9. jedi on November 16, 2013 at 9:35 am

    this cant be true…it just cant be real.

    although Dr (fake name btw) King was a trained actor.
    he was enjoying the pleasures of prostitutes the night before his departure from the stage show

    • Don B on November 17, 2013 at 1:57 pm


      I’m aware of the rumors swirling around about MLKs sexual matters, as well as the Communist allegations. Aside from the fact that he was flawed as all humans are flawed, including me, I must report my experience with the man. I was in Memphis involved with Memphis State at the time. Mr. King was there in support of a city workers strike that had been ongoing for awhile and had given a speech earlier that day. That evening he gave a powerful speech from the Mason Temple that has become known as the “Top of The Mountain” speech. That speech should be required listening to or watching by every high school student. I looked at my wife and said “he knows he’s going to die” and she said “it sure sounds like it”. Sure enough he was gunned down from the Lorraine Hotel while he was with the Jessie Jackson. The civil rights movement was never the same and just look who took over the movement a few years later. The man was blessed with enormous courage. Downtown Memphis was burned while a friend and I tried to get a black friend home who was a student and his car broke down. He stopped us before we got to close and told us to get out. We did. Martial law soon followed.

      I worked through much of my career with a major corporation and some of that time was devoted to bringing on board minorities. I also was the mediator between eastern blacks and southern white guys, and we finally became one as a special part of the unit, while stationed in the Far East. Now I look around and wonder what has happened to this country regarding race relations and the answer is simple. There are forces wanting to keep all of us fighting among each other.. black vs white, old vs young, and on and on. We’ve got to come together and work for the whole populate and get away from the “political party crapola”, to borrow a term from Joseph, otherwise we won’t survive. Anyway, just my two cents regarding Dr. Martin Luther King, a giant in my opinion.


      • metaOne on November 18, 2013 at 6:15 am


        forgive me jedi, but if reading jedi’s comments, between the lines – it would indicate he knew he was going to die because that was the part of the “play” he reached…denouement. he wasn’t authentic, he was an authentic creation and he knew it and he was told when he would “leave the (public) stage.”

        our politicians are actually in fact, more or less, trained actors, in rhetoric and a few other from the trivium but not much else lest they catch on too much as well…that’s the “private” education the are “entitled” to, to lead the sheep, the useless eaters, etc.

        it simply is the way it is…and so few of us have the stomachs to investigate with eyes wide open;.it’s so much easier than most conceive of…

        • jedi on November 18, 2013 at 6:25 am

          correct Metaone…..there is a scene in eyes wide shut, Tom Cruise leaves the costume shop, hops in a cab, gives the driver a hundred bucks after his long drive, and the cab drops him off right across the street at a restaurant.

          with all due respect Mr King was as phony as a 2 dollar bill.

          • Sagnacity on November 18, 2013 at 8:17 am


            2 dollar bills most certainly exist.

            Calling the Vietnam war a stupid and wasteful enterprise costing the lives of poorer Americans (not to mention Vietnamese) doesn’t seem phony.

          • Don B on November 18, 2013 at 10:33 am

            With all due respect jedi and metaone, both of you should consider your juvenile selves lucky to have 1/100th the courage of MLK. Case closed on this end.


          • jedi on November 18, 2013 at 3:08 pm

            Sag and Don B…..sticks and stones will break bones but names will never hurt me.

            I could go on and on and on and on…the origins of these stage shows, the end game, and who is behind it…..but I am not going too….it would ruin a great ending with a triple twister.

            Jesse Jackson is the reason I dont eat in restaurants, or allow people to handle my food in any way, seems he is proud spitting in customers foods, as an employed waiter and is in his opinions a justifiable act of revenge on national tv and a spokesperson for ….he must belong to some group think… . Poor poor sellouts, juvenile libel artist who fell for the phantom at the opera.

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