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Buddhist Studies teacher Brian Ruhe: I was fired after Zionist witch-hunt

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Arthur Topham, publisher of Radical Press, is being threatened with two years in prison for publishing politically-incorrect anti-Zionist satire. But he isn’t the only Zionist witch-hunt target in British Columbia!

Brian Ruhe

Brian Ruhe writes:

“People have asked me where is my fall schedule of meditation courses. Members of a powerful Zionist organization (B’nai Brith) openly state that they contacted Capilano University and four Vancouver Community Centres in order to have me fired from teaching there. They succeeded and I am now unemployed after teaching for 17years at the Roundhouse and False Creek community centres. This is a loss for spreading Buddhist meditation and it’s a financial hardship for me. I ask for your support at this time as I adjust. I have a fund raising drive on the Indeigogo website…

“I still intend to teach meditation and lead retreats privately where my employers cannot be as influenced.You can volunteer to help in organizing this too. I also want to make a change to benefit more people so I have started my own talk show on YouTube using the amazing technology of Google Hangouts on Air which makes an instant YouTube video from each interview. I want to interview great minds all over the world on spiritual and truth search themes.”

See: Brian Ruhe’s youtube channel

In this interview we discuss “right livelihood” in light of the fact that neocons and Zionists can get you fired simply for expressing political opinions outside of the university; the relationship between Islam and Buddhism, and between spirituality and politics; and then offer somewhat different perspectives on World War II revisionism.

3 Thoughts to “Buddhist Studies teacher Brian Ruhe: I was fired after Zionist witch-hunt”

  1. Anonymous

    Regarding your interview with Brian Ruhe, there is no meaningful distinction between "Jewish religion", "Jewish identity" and "Jewish politics".

    The Jewish State is a Talmudic theocracy posing as a democracy in which the so-called "secular Jews" and "Reform Jews" are tolerated, but not respected.

    Consider the influential Yeshiva Mercaz HaRav in Jerusalem, founded by rabbi Avraham Kook, Chief Rabbi of Palestine during the British Mandate, and his successor, Tzvi Yehuda Kook, who led the radical "settler movement". Their teachings, echoed by many others including the notorious Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef whose son now holds that office, provide the religious justification for Zionist policy. You will find that all the hard-core Likudniks, including Netanyahu, are closely associated with Mercaz HaRav:

    "Netanyahu attends Jerusalem Day celebration at Mercaz HaRav", May 2015

    "Netanyahu says Jerusalem to remain united forever" at Mercaz HaRav, May 2014

    "HaRav Kook was the great soul of religious Zionism… After his death, the State of Israel was established, and it is his teachings which give content to the moral and Zionist mode of thought of the Jewish State. His own life was an inspiration and an example of *love for his fellow Jew*…"


  2. Thanks for posting this Kevin!
    -Brian Ruhe

  3. Anonymous

    Carolyn Yeager has delved into the history of World War Two pretty deeply, including the question of Hitler and the Slavs. You should bring her on again, it would prove interesting and informative.

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