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Tuesday: Nagasaki Day special with Anthony Hall and Joshua Blakeney

Tuesday, August 9th, 9-10 a.m Pacific (noon Eastern) on (archived here a few hours after broadcast).

Nagasaki Day special with Professor Anthony Hall and Joshua Blakeney.

Anthony Hall is Professor of Globalization Studies, University of Lethbridge; author, The American Empire and the Fourth World and Earth Into Property. Tony Hall’s two-volume revisionist history of recent centuries, told with an emphasis on the perspective of indigenous peoples, is essential reading for anyone who wants to know what is really going on on this troubled planet. His latest article From Hiroshima to Fukushima, 1945-2011: A Nuclear Narrative of Hubris and Tragedy provides the context for understanding the recent Japanese nuclear disaster.

Joshua Blakeney
is a 9/11 scholar and winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship at the University of Lethbridge.

Joshua Blakeney, a good candidate for premiere 9/11 truth scholar of the next generation, speaks Japanese and has visited Hiroshima Peace Park. We’ll discuss the implications of the US nuclear bombing of Nagasaki sixty-six years ago today.

While the nuclear incineration of Hiroshima gets most of the attention, it was the annihilation of Nagasaki a few days later that proved that the real purpose of these crimes against humanity was not to end the war, but to send a message to the Russians: “We are psychopaths who will stop at nothing, so don’t even think of standing up to us in Europe!”

The terrorist bombings of innocent civilians in Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Tokyo, Dresden, and hundreds of other cities by the allies were crimes obviously every bit as huge and as evil as anything the Germans or the Japanese did. So why don’t we have Nagasaki Holocaust Museums and Hiroshima Holocaust Museums and Tokyo Holocaust Museums and Dresden Holocaust Museums – not to mention Palestine Holocaust Museums – in the USA? These, after all, are among the holocausts we US Americans need to atone for. (Don’t get me started on the African Slave Trade Holocaust and the Native American Holocaust.)

Meanwhile, the 9/11-fabricated “clash of civilizations” a.k.a. the Zionist War on Islam is becoming yet another US-instigated holocaust. Joshua Blakeney sends these links documenting the ongoing rise of Zio-Nazism: and and

6 Thoughts to “Tuesday: Nagasaki Day special with Anthony Hall and Joshua Blakeney”

  1. Anonymous

    Antifa and the EDL are one and the same. Opposite sides of the same coin.

    Engage your brain, Einstein.

  2. Anonymous

    Dear Friends and Comrades,

    My latest article:

    My recent interview with Prof. Jim Fetzer:

    My critique of Jonathan Kay's 9/11 hit-job:

    Prof Hall and I did a Nagasaki Day special on No Lies Radio with Dr. Kevin Barrett:

    I'm on the radio show "The Train" hosted by Dr. Dennis Rancourt which broadcasts throughout Ottawa tomorrow (Thursday) at 5pm EST:

    I'm also on a radio show based in Guelph on Saturday 10pm EST


    Joshua Blakeney

  3. Further to my point (in your comment filter, KB) about the groups who organised to defend themselves yet escaped censure, unlike the EDL:

    Hilarious, if not so tragic.

  4. Anonymous

    Dear Friends and Comrades,

    I think this is one of my most clear and precise interviews. I was interviewed by Professor Denis Rancourt this afternoon. The show was broadcast throughout Ottawa.

    For the first 5 mins my phone was giving me feedback so I was less articulate and focused. But towards the end I provided a sweeping analysis which I hope will be useful for some people to hear.

    I recommend downloading the MP3.


    Joshua Blakeney

  5. Blakeney wrote in his "zionist-brownshirts-in-the-uk-riots" article … “working class people are encouraged … to fight each other which precludes them from uniting to fight their class oppressors.”

    Big deal … much more importantly, the English are encouraged to fight each other over class issues and discouraged from fighting their invaders. Like White peoples everywhere, when we claim for ourselves the right not to be colonised, people like Blakeney who happily take the side of non-White peoples fighting colonisation, call us “far-right neo-Nazi fascists”. Let us secure our existence first, then we’ll debate the merits of various economic models.

    Blakeney said … “It could well be that with the Zionist faction of the elite reigning supreme in the post-9/11 era that elements of the “Yid army” have been transformed into brownshirts (the EDL) in order to import a “clash of civilizations” into Britain.”

    There is no elite faction within the West that does not have pro-Jewish, anti-White standards because the elite of the elite is Jewish. That’s why we have the war against the Islamic world, sure, but it’s also why we have millions of Muslims and other aliens in Europe in the first place. There is an ongoing war against the White world, every bit as much as against the Islamic. It was always predictable, indeed it was predicted decades ago by people that Blakeney’s ideological antecedents labelled then “far-right neo-Nazi fascists,” that strife and division would result from the imposition of colonisation contrary to the known wishes of the natives.

    As for the riots and the EDL, the media coverage has from the start shown Black and White youths both being well-represented among the rioters. The EDL were one group among many who organised late in the day to defend property from the rioters, others include Sikh groups based at temples, Muslim groups based at mosques, Turkish groups connected to local businesses. Only the EDL – presumably because it is mainly White like the Tea Party movement which also attracts condemnation from similar quarters – has been criticised for this kind of organising.

    The EDL can be criticised for their tolerance of the race-replacement that Blakeney promotes, and undoubtedly they’ve been duped by the Jew-run counter-Jihad program, but to attack them for defending the streets from rioters shows an extreme ideological bias, and to ignore all the other groups that organised similarly confirms a pattern of race-bias in Blakeney’s writings.


    I've been trying to put this across to you, KB. You, Blakeney and Hall, etc., should consider that anti-war, anti-empire, anti-Zionist, anti-globalisation, pro-Tibetan, pro-Palestinian and other related movements are fundamentally compromised, morally and politically, while they remain hostile to European and Euro-offshoot peoples’ claims for sovereignty and self-determination.

    It’s not only that your position is objectively racist, denying to all peoples that happen to be White what you defend and promote for all peoples that happen not to be, and that this undermines the claim that e.g. Palestinians or Iraqis have a ‘right’ to live free and unmolested in their homelands. But by insisting that our former ethno states be transformed, against our known wishes, into ‘proposition nations’ defined by expressly universal standards, you create the ideological justification to intervene in other countries when these standards are challenged. Where loyalty to a people is replaced with loyalty to an idea that’s said to have universal truth, it becomes necessary to oppose alternatives to that idea, or that model of political order, wherever that opposition arises.

    Ultimately, either we all get out from under the Empire, or we’re all gonna be consumed by it. Dupes like you, Blakeney and his mentor Hall do more harm than good because your foreign policy analyses are easily buried as far as the mainstream dialogue goes, while your domestic pro-race-replacement policies corrupt and compromise the anti-globalisation movement at source.

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