Americans today have an almost identical recollection of World War Two as the “good war”, fought by their forebears against maniacally evil “Nazis” and “Japs”. Yet how much do we really know about that crucial event and the decades of complex European history preceding it? Why, and for whom, were the twentieth century’s world wars actually waged?
M.S. “Mike” King joins James to discuss his book The Bad War: The Truth Never Taught About World War 2. Mike is a private investigative journalist, researcher, and political analyst based in the New York City area. A 1987 graduate of Rutgers University, he spent 30 years in marketing and advertising–areas of expertise that have equipped him with a unique perspective when it comes to understanding how “public opinion” on decisive issues and events has been scientifically manufactured for at least a century.
On this episode James talks to world-renown statesman and writer Dr. Steve Pieczenik on the history of false flag terror and how orchestrated events like the Sandy Hook massacre and Boston bombing undermine the integrity of America’s most fundamental institutions, particularly the press and higher education. The two also discuss Dr. Pieczenik’s wide-ranging experience as a crisis manager and how news coverage of foreign affairs has transformed over the past several decades.
Dr. Pieczenik is a critically acclaimed author of psycho-political thrillers and the co-creator of the New York Times best-selling “Tom Clancy’s Op-Center” and “Net Force” book series. Those highly popular works are rooted in his twenty years experience in international relations under five U.S. presidents.
On this edition James speaks with philosopher and esotericist Neil Kramer on the relationships between empire, education, and the modern psyche. Kramer argues that the world is at an important crossroads where people increasingly question their misplaced faith in traditional institutions and the experiences they seek to govern. Today human beings are commensurately discovering their own power as individuals, and using this empowerment to question the collectivist ideas and attitudes fostered by today’s mass media and schooling.
Neil Kramer’s research, writing and multimedia endeavors focus on spirituality, mysticism, and metaphysics. He explores the relationship between inner development and the many social and cultural factors that influence our everyday lives. Kramer emphasizes embracing truth and confronting the negative in a journey to transform self.
On this week’s program Dr. Kevin Barrett returns to discuss his important new edited volume, Another French False Flag? Bloody Tracks From Paris to San Bernardino, which features essays from several notable authors, including Stephen Lendman, Gilad Atzmon, Anthony Hall, and Alain Soral. Tracy and Barrett discuss the emerging “false flag paradigm” vexing conventional scholars trapped in the academy. This was on display when Barrett was recently disinvited from an academic conference on Islamophobia in Paris last December–an experience that inspired an independent scholarly tele-summit and Another French False Flag?
The ever-insightful political analyst Scott Creighton of American Everyman joins James to discuss the unusual features of the Paris 11/13 terror events, their broader geopolitical implications, and Cass Sunstein-style disinfo techniques routinely employed within the major alternative media.