I present you these three one-hour long interviews on Secure Freedom Radio with three great American patriots.
Judging by this ongoing series, there seems to be a conspiracy at Twitter to take down or at least censure President Trump. I don’t think they will succeed but it is certainly interesting to watch. I join also the full article accompanying the release of the second video, where you can read specific information regarding this subject.
Cette entrevue avec le président et fondateur de Project Veritas est très troublante. Durant cette entrevue, O’Keefe raconte aux auditeurs le résultat d’une enquête qu’ils ont réalisé sur les campus des universités américaines de Barry et Cornell. Ils ont envoyé des représentants qui, se faisant passer pour des étudiants, ont essayé de voir s’il était possible d’obtenir de l’aide pour créer un groupe étudiant qui serait pro-État islamique. Le groupe aurait pour mission de faire parvenir de l’aide à l’État islamique et de faire venir ici des djihadistes. Aussi étonnant que cela puisse paraître, cela ne semblait pas du tout un problème, sur ces deux campus en tous cas. On vit vraiment dans un curieux de monde. Retrouvez l’entrevue au deuxième segment.
Well, well, well… Look at what we got here… These days, in Wisconsin, there is literally a vendetta against unions to finish off any capacity from the poorest segment of the population of our so-called « democratic » countries to organize and defend themselves against the sharks and wolves of the ultra-rich. Many Republicans perceive unions as being « socialist ». Really? But… haven’t they read the Gospel, where Jesus is presented as somebody who shares with, gives and help his brothers? How this sacred Jihad against unions is in any way compatible with the most basic principles of social-democracy, liberalism, which is based on the Gospel? It is not. And you know why? Because it is just another deception, a mascarade to hide the pro-fascist agenda of the Republican Party. Republicans want to destroy the middle class and with it, social-democracy itself. That‘s what they are trying to do.
You want another example? Take this story about Ron Schiller, Foundation President at the National Public Radio network. It appears that he has been set up by a right-wing activist, James O’Keefe, a specialist of these matters apparently who, among other targets, helped to destroy the credibility of ACORN. O’Keefe sent two of his accomplices, Shaughn Adeleye and Simon Templar (we can bet that is not his real name either…) to pose as members of a phony Muslim Brotherhood front group, the Muslim Education Action Center. During this highly edited interview, we can hear and see Schiller, among other things, making negative comments on the Tea Party and the Republican Party. O’Keefe then posted the hidden-camera video on Youtube, which led to a media scandal and the firing of chief executive Vivian Schiller, no relation with the other. Evidently, taken out of context, the different comments Schiller made sound rather unacceptable for an executive. But O’Keefe hasn’t provided us yet with the unedited version of the interview, which I guess would be revealing. But I think we can assume that we will never have the chance to see the integral of the recording…
NPR is getting accustomed to conservative harassment. In the 1990s and in 2005, similar attempts were made on them. These recent attacks are part of a global strategy from the Republicans to cut off on « federal spending », which is only a pretext to cease all kinds of social measures and programs that help the poor and the middle class in the U.S. Last month, a bill was passed in the House of Representatives that would end funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which supports NPR. Frankly, this O’Keefe is a manipulator and a right-wing biggot. I provide you here with an article and the videos that O’Keefe made available on Youtube on this story. In the first one, you will be able to judge for yourself how edited it is and how it cannot have any credibility whatsoever for that reason. Not knowing the general context in which these comments were made, one cannot induce an interpretation like O’Keefe does. But it doesn’t matter for the Republican Party. They are after the poor and the middle class and they are ready to crush everyone on their path.