Patrick Henningsen of 21st Century Wire on Texas false flag; Gordon Duff takes calls _ on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio
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Patrick Henningsen of 21st Century Wire on Texas false flag; Gordon Duff takes calls
This show broadcasts on May 10, 2015.
It is now archived here — Use Player
First hour: 21st Century Wire, one of the best alternative media outlets, has done a terrific job exposing the recent false flag in Garland, Texas. See: Hebdo Redux in Garland, Texas? ‘Mohammed Cartoon’ Shooting Reeks of a Staged False Flag. Founder Patrick Henningsen joins Truth Jihad Radio to discuss the latest in false-flaggery, the rise of truth-telling alternative media, and more.
Second hour: Gordon Duff, Senior Editor of Veterans Today, has been staring down controversy this week, since a few VT writers (including my FFWN co-host Jim Fetzer) were unceremoniously ejected. What’s up at VT? Is Obama really going to invade Texas, arrest George W. Bush, and lock him and other white people up in the Waco Wal-Mart? Do the ex-VT writers really think Gordon is part of a NWO plot to zap us with death rays and lock us up in Wal-Marts? Or was the whole dispute mainly about personalities and egos?
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