James is joined by North American deep state whistleblower Matthew Pauly. For Pauly the personal truly is political. In 2005 the Canadian citizen underwent interrogation and mind control training by joint US and Canadian military intelligence forces. After intense psychiatric therapy and utilizing his own unusual recall abilities, Pauly explains how he was subconsciously programmed to kill, act as a crazed Islamic terrorist, and most importantly forget his own conditioning.
Mr. Pauly is the author of The Murder of Time: Making and Unmasking a Sleeper. His account resounds with particular clarity in the post-9/11 era, where agencies such as the FBI and Royal Canadian Mounted Police have repeatedly been found manufacturing terrorists, bombers, and active shooter patsies to perpetuate the state of siege zeitgeist and so-called “war on terror.”
Robert David Steele joins the program to discuss the political and historical context of false flag terror in the post-9/11, Sandy Hook and now Orlando eras. From vast experience in public service as a CIA case officer he argues how the US government has been long-influenced by forces working decidedly against the American public.
Steele suggests how the efficacy of probable false flag events to influence public policy is aggravated by the American people’s conditioned apathy and often willful ignorance toward public life itself.
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 speaks with Peter Mooring, founder and director of STOPEG, or Stop Electronic Weapons and Gangstalking. A computer software engineer, Mooring established STOPEG after enduring a severe electronic harassment-gangstalking campaign beginning in the late 1990s.
STOPEG is a non-profit human rights organization trying to inform everyone of the grave human rights violations committed by government and private entities employing gang stalking techniques and electronic weapons against unwitting victims. STOPEG is a contact and information point for “targeted individuals,” their family and friends, and seeks possibilities to prosecute the perpetrators of these crimes.
This week’s edition is excerpted from an almost two hour cross interview and discussion with Jan Irvin. Irvin runs Gnostic Media and his historical research addresses the Western intelligence community’s longtime involvement in mind control research and the crafting of popular culture.
Irvin’s unconventional project seeks to recover a history involving pivotal figures, including Aldous Huxley and R. Gordon Wasson, that has been long obscured by the intelligence community and attendant political forces.