First hour guest: William Pepper, one of the great human rights attorneys of our time. Pepper represented Martin Luther King, Jr.’s family and won a case against the US government, proving that the CIA, FBI and US military killed Dr. King with the help of their organized crime assets. (See Pepper’s book Act of State.) He currently represents Sirhan Sirhan, the mind-controlled patsy set up by the CIA killers of RFK, and is involved in efforts to prosecute Bush Administration war criminals.
Second hour guest: Kevin MacDonald, Professor of Psychology, California State University – Long Beach. Like me, Kevin MacDonald is a University of Wisconsin-Madison alumnus and academic freedom fighter. He needs to be, given books like: A People That Shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy; Separation and Its Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism; and articles expressing such views as “the rise of European nationalist parties is certainly one of the more encouraging developments for White advocates.” As a White advocate not afraid of stepping on Jewish and Muslim toes, Kevin MacDonald is far outside the academy’s dominant paradigm of political correctness. And while I don’t agree with many of his views, or the larger worldview that encompasses them, I find Kevin MacDonald a stimulating author and conversationalist, and would defend to the death his right to offend me with his provocative opinions and scholarship.