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Maria Heller was her usual brilliant self. If only there were more like her who grew up curious enough to spend all their time seeking for answers in the public library! I used to hit the town library at the end of my school day, and I killed my college grade average spending all my time in the bowels of the university library instead of going to classes - my early training as a mole.Dennis Cimino, wow! One of the best rants I've ever heard! He gave voice to what I've said to myself for some time when he said that he fears the stupidity and gullibility of the American public more than he fears a nuclear holocaust. Another memorable phrase when he said, "It's called 'raising on a busted flush'."It's been occurring to me lately that what I hear on the talk shows about the hundreds of miles of underground tunnels that the global crime syndicate have dug for themselves (Gordon Duff talks about it) is a fulfillment of the future world H.G. Wells wrote about in The Time Machine. They're the Morlocks and we're the Eloi. I'll raise Dennis one respecting his prophecy that, when the American people wake up, they'll hunt the conspirators down like rats, shoot them, hang them: my bid is they'll find the tunnels and fill them with their own bio-war gas. We used to pipe carbon monoxide out of an automobile exhaust and into the rat tunnels when I was growing up. (Don't any of you Hitler-lovers who post here dare reply that that's what they did in Germany, since you now say the gas chambers were a myth!)Listening to Dennis was like eating fresh organic vegetables after a year of frankenfood. What he said highlighted the fact that in America there are two realities occupying the same space. A fitting follow-up to the David Ramsay Steele interview.
Lots of black humor in the second half of this show. Dennis Cimino tells it like it is.
listened to tons of JIm's shows, Cimino was A+++ prob best I heard in months anywhere ... guy sees thru the BS and calls it all out ... JF was awesome not talking over him too! thanks, Jim, bring him back often.
Jim/TotalPlease check the interview with Dennis Cimino, the recording is looping the same segments.
This should now be fixed
A proper philosophical discussion on the topic of abortion should not argue based upon what the lawa are, but rather upon what they ought be be. To suggest that abortion is not murder becasue the laws when properly interpreted deem it to not be murder is a weak method of argument. Regardless of one's position on this topic, one should begin at the beginning and not take into account the laws of the land when attempting to determine whether or not abortions should or should not be allowed. And this methodology applies whether one is pro-choice or pro-life on the issue.
Dennis Cimino was the most level-headed speaker I have heard in a while. It makes total sense that the "alternative" media is often just another psy-op. We have recently discussed in our household why (after the Boston Fiasco), the government just doesn't go ahead and take over. What are they waiting for? Dennis' answer makes sense: They can't win a ground war and aren't quite ready for the nuclear option. I had to skip over the abortion portion, as I am more like the early feminists (Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton) who understood that abortion dehumanizes and objectifies women. It makes me nauseous when people act like a risky medical procedure proven to be linked to breast cancer in a majority of scientific studies, and which clearly benefits irresponsible men, is somehow a wonderful gift to women. I am glad I hung in there for the Cimino interview.
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