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Bollyn on RBN - August 3

August 3, 2010

On Tuesday, August 3, I was on the Morning Liberty Show with R.J. Hender on RBN.  The show can be listened to on Hender's website or on Republic Broadcasting Network.  I am on RBN with R.J. Hender on the first Tuesday of every month.  The next show is scheduled for September 7, from 7 to 9 a.m. (Central Time).


There is no reason why good cannot triumph as often as evil. The triumph of anything is a matter of organization. If there are such things as angels, I hope that they are organized along the lines of the Mafia.
- Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan (1959)

I talked about what needs to be done in order to change the things that most of us realize need to change.  What clearly needs to happen first is we need to get organized in a way that allows us to take effective political action.  American society has become very fragmented and atomized, which allows our enemies, who are well organized, to dominate and control us. 

There are thousands of American families that lost loved ones on 9-11 but they have not been able to obtain justice through the Zionist-controlled court of U.S. District Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein, who is protecting the 9-11 cover-up and the Mossad-owned company that was responsible for screening the passengers.  See article on Judge Hellerstein's Connections to Israeli 9-11 Defendant ICTS

If the 9-11 families were organized there is no power under the sun that could stop them.  The grieving relatives, however, were prescribed Prozac and then handled on an individual basis (by family) and gagged by the court.  The medicated 9-11 relatives were then thrown to the mercy of the Zionist juggernaut that controls the courts, the media, and the government.  Against such well organized opposition, medicated or not, they had little chance of receiving justice for their loss.  Nearly all the families (98 percent) were forced to take the taxpayer-funded payout and forget about truth and justice.  The remaining 96 familes, who chose to seek justice through the courts have been completely denied that right.  One-by-one they have been picked off in a war of attrition with the Zionist Hellerstein.  There is but one or two families left to settle.  Most likely, the 9-11 relatives will never have their day in court to find out who is responsible for their loss.  Is this American justice?  Is this what our parents and ancestors struggled and died for?

Likewise, the American people were strongly opposed to the trillion dollar bailout of Jewish investment banks and A.I.G. by a ratio of 1,000 to 1, but that massive transfer of wealth sailed through Congress and the Bush and Obama administrations without any resistance.  If the American people were organized these criminals would not be able to rob the nation like they do.  See Americans Outraged by Passage of Bail-Out and  Ptech, 9-11 and the Financial Collapse

As a member of the erstwhile Reform Party, I have seen how such organizations are infiltrated and controlled by the enemy of the American people.  As a former journalist with a so-called patriotic and nationalist newspaper, I have seen how such organizations are owned and controlled by Zionist Jews who laugh as they collect the funds and support from American patriots.  We need to have organizations that cannot be infiltrated by the enemy and that are larger than one man, one issue, or a political party.  We need to create an organization that puts the interest of the people above that of the moneyed special interests who control our nation (s).

The following letter to the International Herald Tribune/New York Times was written by
Robert F. Illing, an American who lives in Porto, Portugal.   Robert's letter raises some interesting points that need to be addressed by those who want to see real change in their lives:

An ineffective political tool

Rami Khouri (“When Arabs tweet,” Views, July 23) believes there has been little impact on Arab regimes resulting from the current craze of blogging and tweeting among Arabs. Mr. Khouri says that the technological wonders of today have wrought no changes on a political landscape that is rigidly controlled by the local dictators.

He is right and has uncovered a great truth: If dictators are wise they will permit a lot of blowing off of steam in the blogosphere.

But we could say the same thing about the United States. A very active generation of bloggers and tweeters have had little to no effect on U.S. policy.  With the standard of living at a reasonable level for most Americans, the population is lost in the embrace of an entertainment culture — and most people are politically quiescent.  Illegal wars, wanton deaths of U.S. soldiers, an unjust distribution of wealth all just go on without any serious outrage.

What real value is freedom of speech — and today’s technology — beyond serving as a pressure-release valve? The elites are well aware of this reality in the West as well as in the Arab world.

Robert F. Illing, Porto, Portugal


"When Arabs Tweet" by Rami G. Khouri, International Herald Tribune, July 22, 2010

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