Friday, October 19, 2012

October 18, 2012 show: Greg Felton on Canadian Zionism and the loss of democracy

On October 18, 2012, CHUO 89.1 FM (Ottawa) The Train's Denis Rancourt interviewed author and political activist Greg Felton. Greg is the author of "The Host and the Parasite". The interview covered highly controversial material about Zionism and Zionist influence in Canada and the US.


  1. People need to study what Germany was like pre-Hitler. Using the National Socialists as the benchmark for evil only adds to the support of the maxtrix. Greg has no problem identifying Jewish power today, he must look further into the past. I suggest A. N. Field's book "All These Things".

    1. Helvena: You will find that there is no such thing as "evil". This is a moral absolute that exists only in religious dogma. “Evil” people or countries are deemed not worthy of study, only hatred, as if damned by god. This is the world in which we live today, thanks to zionist Jews and Christians. I agree with you that it is important to study pre-Hitlerite Germany if only to discover how the U.S. and Great Britain were largely responsible for the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party. However, a re-evaluation of this period must not be used to whitewash Hitler to make him out to be the saviour of Germany, as certain delusional Nazi apologists like Hans Krampe would have us believe.

      Although the Third Reich was responsible for many economic reforms, such as regaining control of the currency, the militarization and cultural chauvinism that drove the country was not sustainable. Hitler cannot be considered rational. He was a manifestation of fascism, of which we see reflections in Isramerica and Canada.

  2. Concepts of good and evil are not promoted exclusively by proponents of religion. The world is governed primarily by anal hoarding landlords whose ancestors conquered lands that were occupied by lands people who claimed no title of ownership of the land they worked on for common good. The antonyms of good and evil have their roots in war makers who want to OWN people. Religion is a concomitant of the warrior's endless search for domination of people.


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