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Jonathan Mark of Flyby News, Dr. Anthony Hall and Kwitsel Tatel

Truth Jihad Radio Fri. 8/10/12, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Post your questions to my Facebook page.

Jonathan Mark

3-4 pm: Jonathan Mark, editor, Flyby News. Jonathan has been a leading 9/11 truth activist for many years, hosting a conference call bringing together key 9/11 truth leaders and generally exerting a positive influence on the movement.  His latest project is the film Dark Legacy:

Dark Legacy – JFK & 9-11 is a 2012 video production by Flyby News, which uses an array of films and music in a sequence that could help break the spell of mind control for many. Awakening to what is going down within our civilization and environment is vital in order to deal with our current realities. The clips used are some of the most revealing and creative work on the web in the last 13 years. The video can be watched Online. It will also be broadcast over community television, and distributed by such organizations as 9-11 Truth DVD Project

4-5 pm: Anthony Hall is one of the world’s leading academic voices of 9/11 truth. Dr. Hall’s recent book Earth into Property is a brilliant re-vision of history from the native point of view, and includes a strong dose of 9/11 truth (citing me among other sources).  Anthony Hall joins us along with Native American activist Kwitsel Tatel, who was recently brutally beaten by Canadian police for trying to testify via native drumming at her trial for fishing to feed her family. See:

Kwitsel Tatel

From British Columbia to Israel/Palestine: The Trail of Kwitsel Tatel in Historical Context

One Thought to “Jonathan Mark of Flyby News, Dr. Anthony Hall and Kwitsel Tatel”

  1. Here is a link with resources regarding Senator Mike Gravel, and what I observed on the fizzle of 9-11 Truth around its 10th anniversary year – regarding Controlled Opposition.

    Also, regarding FN issue touching upon some of what I said regarding NASA's latest visit to orbit the moon, see the January 4th, 2012 issue:

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