The next installment of AoTR will appear Tuesday at 9PM ET at the White network – Guilt-Tripping. I’m still learning, and have a way to go just getting my audio quality and umms ironed out, but this is more typical of the kind of topics I intend to cover for the next few months.
The first installment of AoTR will appear Tuesday at 9PM ET at the White network – Introducing Age of Treason Radio, where you may either listen to the broadcast or download the podcast.
I’ll join Mike Conner and Matt Parrot on the Friday Show, live tonight at Voice of Reason, Friday, April 27th at 9PM ET.
In today’s Breivik headlines, Anders Breivik: Unraveling Violent Crimes and Mental Illness, at ABC News:
“When people struggle to comprehend what lies behind the mass murder of adolescents gathered for a weekend of discussions and campfires, the simplest response is that the killer ‘must be mad,’” Dr. Simon Wessely, head of psychological medicine at King’s College London’s Institute of Psychiatry, wrote in the commentary published Thursday in The Lancet. “The inexplicable can only be explained as an act of insanity, which by definition cannot be rationally explained. The act was so monstrous, the consequences so grievous, that the perpetrator had to be insane.”
We can say the same for those who favor genocidal immigration and integration policies in spite of the monstrous, grievous consequences – all together far more destructive and widespread than what Breivik has taken responsibility for. The perpetrators of these genocidal policies should be on trial, compelled to explain their insanity.
On Monday, 13 February 2012, at 9PM ET I’ll speak with Carolyn Yeager on The Heretics’ Hour at the Voice of Reason Broadcast Network.
I first encountered Carolyn’s work in late 2010 while trying to figure out Gordon Duff. Since then I’ve kept up with her weekly podcasts and over the course of 2011 went back through her VoR archives.
A few of the programs which stand out in my mind:
Also, any program with Günter Deckert, and any program where Carolyn discusses Elie Wiesel or Irene Zisblatt.
UPDATE 14 Feb 2012: The Heretics’ Hour: Memorializing Dresden in an Age of Treason (mp3)