Friday, March 18, 2011

Nick Kollerstrom / Muad'Dib

Muad'Dib and the 7/7 London Attacks

9 comments:

  1. Wow, Muad'Dib is a lunatic. I had some sympathy for him going into the show, what with all the legal shenanigans and such. But when Dr.Fetzer rightly inquired into the "divine" law saying parents have to kill their children when they disobey them, and Dib S*** replied "That's the law" I lost it. He advocates a medieval theocracy based on the bloodsoaked Pentateuch, where people are killed for adultery and other non-crimes (like homosexuality I guess). But, you know, those ridiculously abhorrent laws are not there to hurt people, oh no. They are there so that we all can live happily and work on our own pieces of land like people had to do, you know, in the friggin dark ages.
    For me this "performance" raises the question if he's really the author of 7/7 Ripple Effect or if it isn't in fact some young Irish muslim who wanted to stay anonymous. I mean, that 60 year old fanatic can't even give out an internet address (h-t-t-p-:-/-/ give me a break). And the bs he was selling as deep insides into the allegorical bible stories is just the usual stuff we all got years ago listening to idiots like Jordan Maxwell. The Georgia Guidestones are a prime example of this. Dr.Fetzer had a few good questions that Dib did not have any response to because there is just nothing but the usual internet rumors there.
    And what about sueing the queen for allegedly being sworn in on a fake stone? Good luck bringing down the British Empire with that! It reeks of some serious delusions and fits in perfectly with the rest of his fanatic backward ramblings.
    I would also like to applaud Dr.Fetzer for his calm attitude. I couldn't have done it. You could clearly hear in his voice that he was shocked by what Dib said. It speaks to Dr.Fetzer's professionality that he did not act on that. Fantastic host. Dib pretty much hanged himself. It reminded me of how Khalezov had pretty much done the same thing to himself on Fetzer's show earlier this year. It happens on the real deal because Dr.Fetzer gives his guest the stage no matter what kind of absurd nonsense and, as with Dib, vile s*** they come up with. It's great because we can see for ourselves what these guys are about. Thank you Dr.Fetzer for the great work.
    BTW: Would sure like to hear more on the hollow towers and fake passengers on 9/11.

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  2. Regarding comment by MsBonnie111 -

    God's Law is for people's benefit and security,
    and pity to the commenter that bashes Muad'Dib as she does venomously.
    Women like her give the rest of the women a bad name, i.e catty and bitchy.

    Never-the-less, this particular Law is compassionate and quite
    possibly if what I heard about George Bush Jr. as a child is true, and psychopaths, suffering of millions could be prevented.

    21:18 If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son, which will not obey the voice of his father, or the voice of his mother, and [that], when they have chastened him, will not hearken unto them:
    21:19 Then shall his father and his mother lay hold on him, and bring him out unto the elders of his city, and unto the gate of his place;
    21:20 And they shall say unto the elders of his city, This our son
    [is] stubborn and rebellious [against God], he will not obey our
    voice; [he is] a glutton, and a drunkard.
    21:21 And [if it be true] all the men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die: so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and all Israel shall hear, and fear. - Deuteronomy.
    http://jahtruth.net/kofkad.htm

    Consider taking a look at Political Ponerology -
    http://www.cassiopaea.org/cass/political_ponerology_lobaczewski.htm

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  3. Hey, did a quick background check on Dib. His real name is John Anthony Hill from Sheffield. He took the pseudonym "Muad'Dib" from the Dune novels. Wiki states:
    "As "Muad'Dib," Paul becomes the central figure of a new religion, and reluctantly unleashes a bloody jihad in his name across the universe... Between the events of Dune and Dune Messiah (1969), the name Muad'Dib becomes a battle cry on the lips of the Fremen army that sweeps across the universe in a jihad in the name of Muad'Dib's religion... The Fremen culture is irreparably damaged by jihad; the new religion takes shape of rituals that are dependent on Muad'Dib's omnipresence. As Muad'Dib, Paul is the messiah and the Emperor (King of Kings) who gives himself to fate and becomes a martyr to his followers." One of Paul "Muad'Dib"s lines in the novel is: "My own name is a killing word."
    John Hill clearly suffers from mental delusion, thinking he's the messiah of a new religion. From his website: "The real power behind the N.W.O. is not any human, but Satan, and the N.W.O. is his evil mimic of God’s Kingdom on Earth. All attempts to thwart or defeat Satan’s N.W.O. are doomed to fail, UNLESS they are GOD’S WAY of doing it. The ONLY Person on Earth who knows Father’s Will and is actively living It, is Muad’Dib." This mental disease has been brewing for quite some time it seems: "On 13/June/1988, in fulfillment of prophecy, Muad’Dib served a High Court Writ upon the British Parliament, at court in the City of Sheffield, demanding that He be acknowledged by Parliament as the Rightful British-Israel King. As soon as He takes power, He will immediately repeal all man-made “laws” which are all illegal according to God’s Law, and which enable the rich to “legally” steal from everyone else."
    Maniacs like John Hill are the ones that give conspiracy theorists a bad name. His barrister's best strategy would probably be to plead insanity. Case closed.

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  4. Dr. Fetzer, may I ask why my second comment was deleted?

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  5. Muad'Dib is a gracious and gentlemanly soul, whose passion for justice and his sadness at the disintegration of personal conduct was evident in this interview. He is perfectly entitled to his views, all of which were expressed courteously and with no malice or violent intent. If the MsBonnie commenter had any sense, she would direct the vigor of her hateful attitude towards Muad'Dib against the people who support, and those who perpetrate, the staggering brutality being unleashed largely in the Islamic world. As a Muslim, I am in awe of my brother Muad'Dib's incredible courage in confronting the UK govt for their frame-up and massacre of the four young men wrongly accused of 7/7, and the public they chose to sacrifice so that Muslims like me could be vilified and slaughtered in the millions. Both he and Nick K are amongst the most honorable and decent human beings in all of history, and I am most thankful to JF for continuing to feature them on his broadcasts.

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  6. So-called Muad'Dib definitely suffers from severe delusion. He has a messiah complex as evidenced in the statements on his own website: "The ONLY Person on Earth who knows Father’s Will and is actively living It, is Muad’Dib." In 1988 in demanded to be acknowledged as the Rightful British-Israel King. Read his website for yourself:
    http://mtrial.org/muaddib/reasons
    And make sure to check out the storyline of the Dune novels from which he took his pseudonym. Wiki will help you.
    I posted some of it here before, but Dr.Fetzer deleted it. Why, I'm not sure. It's the plain truth. From Dib's own words you can clearly see that he's a mental case. And those who cannot see it, but rather try to defend ruining a thousand years of cultural, philosophical and moral evolution may want to get their own head checked out.
    Believe me, given the choice between Britain today and a medieval theocracy à la Dib I will choose Britain every single time. And so would every sane person.

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  7. msbonnie111, I do not believe that I deleted your comment. It says "This post has been removed by the author". Bear in mind that, even if he has rather unusual theological beliefs, his research on 7/7 is the very best in the world. His "7/7 Ripple Effect" is completely brilliant!

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  8. The danger in taking the tack he intends after surrendering to the court is that he'll be sectioned.

    If the authorities deem him insane, which sadly I think is the case, and a danger to himself or others -- he does after all have 'disciples', and call for the execution of QEII and naughty children -- they may well lock him up regardless of the outcome of the criminal trial.

    Anyone in touch with MD might try to persuade him just to defend himself from the charge in question and leave the revolution for another day.

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    Roger Hayes of the British Constition Group is in a better position to defend himself in court using somewhat similar arguments to MD's and is doing so:

    Link

    This links with the Freeman movement mentioned in the comments thread of the last Kollerstrom interview of February 11th. Several of Prof. Fetzer's guests are clearly influenced by this movement's ideas, I wonder if he'd consider finding an appropriate guest and devoting a show to the subject?

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  9. msbonnie111, I have only just discovered that I have some "spam" filter in operation (which I am trying to shut off, if I can figure out how) that shifted a half-dozen perfectly good comments, including yours, into my "spam" file. Sorry about that! I have restored them.

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