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Paul Topete of Poker Face, Matthew Stein on “400 Chernobyls”

Truth Jihad Radio Fri. 4/13/12, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in: (402) 237-2525 or post your questions to my Facebook page.

First hour: Paul Topete of America’s premiere freedom rock band Poker Face. If you thought protest rock ended with Country Joe and the Fish, get a load of this band’s all-out struggle against Zionism and the New World Order!

Second hour: Return of son of Disaster Man! Mat Stein, author of When Technology Fails and When Disaster Strikes, returns to discuss “400 Chernobyls: Solar Flares, EMP, and Nuclear Armageddon.” If last Wednesday’s show with Mat didn’t scare you silly, this one is guaranteed to do the job.

4 Thoughts to “Paul Topete of Poker Face, Matthew Stein on “400 Chernobyls””

  1. Anonymous

    With politics in mind, let us look back on the months following the Hutaree arrests. 2010 was an election year. In our hometown, both the Republican incumbent for the U.S. House of Representatives, Charlie Dent, and the Democratic challenger, John Callahan were taking swipes at the Independent candidate, Jake Towne, due to Poker Face’s scheduled performance in support of his campaign. Callahan was calling us “disgusting” despite kissing our collective asses years earlier when our community organizing abilities favored his first electoral push to become Mayor of Bethlehem. Dent was on Bobby Gunther Walsh’s show saying WE were calling for people to shoot cops.
    As the summer and the political race heated up, Bobby Gunther Walsh, along with the local news station and both local papers, were beguiled by one of the worst offenders of free speech and civil rights, the Anti-Defamation League. We will give credit to the Express Times for at least printing our opinion that the ADL is linked to terrorist organizations, albeit in a tiny obscure part of the version only available on the web. But, it’s a start. Unfortunately, it is still a far cry from exposing the corruption and illegal activities that define the true nature of these “non-profit” charlatans.
    Well, here is everybody’s chance to come clean.
    Poker Face was right all along. The Hutaree was not a threat.
    The government was a threat.
    And, the only threat we pose is through song and word in order to expose those who will use their power to exploit and enslave those who have none.
    If any of the local media outlets have a stitch of morality and are willing to put out the full story and the facts surrounding it, it would be honorable, it would be greatly appreciated, and it would go a long way in alleviating many people’s concerns of media bias.
    If you are not interested in following up and publicizing the facts of this story, you should be ashamed of yourselves and are hereby formally invited to kiss our asses.

    Poker Face

  2. Anonymous

    It isn't "a document". Its 3 primary sources are the Bahir, the Zohar and Sefer Yetzirah. You must require your caller to more specific when vaguely referring to alleged excerpts from it. I really don't think she's studied Kabbalah. For example, she seems unaware that "Practical Kabbalah" (haram black magic, in my opinion binding conscious entities with coercive oaths against their will – see the Chaim Vital excerpt on p40 of Aryeh Kaplan's "Meditation and Kabbalah" – Shaarey Kedushah 3:6) is prohibited.

    Should you not have a copy, at:

  3. Anonymous

    Hi Kevin,

    I love your show. I have to say, however, that no one with even the slightest intellectual pretensions wants to hear people talk about the evils of Judaism from such a parochial outlook as Paul Topete and that woman that called in. She actually said "witchcraft" ooohhh shades of Salem, break out the gallows. You did a good job of diffusing them, however they shouldn't have had been given the forum and not because they don't have a right to speak but they were not a good fit for your program; that is, if your goal is to promote intellectualism.


  4. Anonymous

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2012
    Hutaree Militia Members Acquitted
    Apologies Expected From Media & Politicians

    Nearly two years ago, to the day, members of the Hutaree militia were arrested and accused of a grand plot to kill police officers sparking a chain reaction that would lead to the overthrow of the United States government. We called bullshit from day one. Today, U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts agreed with us as all 9 members were acquitted of “conspiring to commit sedition, or rebellion, against the U.S. and conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction. Other weapons crimes tied to the alleged conspiracies also were dismissed.”
    When the news was breaking back in 2010, Poker Face immediately issued a Press Release stating in part:
    “Members of Poker Face do not condone the actions for which the nine members of Hutaree are being charged.
    We continue to reserve judgment on the 9 detained militia members until due process can prove innocence or guilt in this matter.
    While we do not consider all law enforcement officers and state officials to be corrupt, Poker Face does continue to consider government duplicity …”
    Citing a link from the Hutaree website and a training video sporting one of our songs, the local media started reporting on how Poker Face was tied to this “extremist group.” U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was braying about how dangerous this organization was. The national media was conjuring images of American style al-Qaeda and tossing out buzz words like “homegrown terrorists” and “seditious conspiracy.” And, Poker Face was trying to remind everyone how, during the Clinton years, the Federal Government and the media tried to pull this same type of crap with Richard Jewell as well as with a militia group in Georgia. The major difference between then and now is that Hutaree members spent 2 years in jail whereas Richard Jewell won a 15 million dollar plus judgment for having his name dragged through the mud.
    While the merits of free speech in this case could be debated for years to come, what we truly find disturbing is that the government was willing to take a person with a history of drug and alcohol problems, who had fired a gun at his own wife and attempted suicide, and injected him into a supposedly violent and potentially lethal situation in order to “find” evidence in exchange for a boatload of money.
    What’s even more disturbing is that the government gets away with what can only be construed as entrapment. Taking that into consideration, it is our belief that there was a political undercurrent in play. With the recent exposure of Operation Fast & Furious, we must ask whether the Justice Dept was trying to use the Hutaree incident in order to provoke a reaction from other militias nationwide. Luckily for us all, the more established groups did not bite. Had they responded with force, rest assured we would have seen some sort of oppressive legislation, ala the National Defense Authorization Act, abruptly brought forth. Look at how the Patriot Act was just waiting in the wings. It was introduced and passed in record time with virtually no members of Congress actually taking the time to read it. Also, keep in mind that just a few short years before this militia nonsense, the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act failed to become law.

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