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Sander Hicks on truth in politics; J. Glenn Evans launches his revolutionary novel Wayfarers

Broadcast live Fri. 3/23, 8 to 10 pm Eastern on Revolution.Radio then archived HERE.

First hour: Sander Hicks, NYC 9/11 truth and peace supporting congressional candidate, recently got some amazingly favorable coverage for his pro-9/11-truth, pro-Palestine campaign in a local newspaper! In this show we discuss and debate some of the issues raised in my recent essay on anti-Semitism. (Sander says an acquaintance of his, an associate of Political Research Associates operative  Spencer Sunshine, is working on a computer algorithm to try to keep people like me out of the Left Forum!) Sander questions Dr. Gideon Polya’s estimate that 32 million Muslims have been killed by the 9/11 wars, and suggests I should have more sympathy for the “holocaust trauma” suffered by many Jews. I argue that we should sympathize equally with all victims, regardless of ethnicity—and suggest that if we did that, the Nazi holocaust would get far less attention, while the 32 million Muslim holocaust and 55-60 million American-inflicted global holocaust (among others that we ourselves are perpetrating) would get far more.

Second hour: J. Glenn Evans launches his audacious novel Wayfarers on Truth Jihad Radio…then invites you to his book launch party tomorrow. Note: This is a very good novel! It’s a gripping page-turner: gritty, funny, fully of striking and convincing characters, and seriously angry about all the right things. What’s more, it offers a solution to the problem it describes…a solution that J. Glenn Evans is pulling from the pages of his book and attempting to establish in reality!


Book launch party scheduled for J Glenn Evans latest novel, Wayfarers – Where No One Is an Outcast on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 4 PM. At The Merchants Café located in Pioneer Square, 109 Yesler Way, Seattle, Washington. Further information or questions call J. Glenn Evans, 360.459.9288 or email  You are invited and hope you can come if you are in the area. No charge and no obligation to buy anything. Love to see you there.

Merchants Café, Seattle’s oldest restaurant established 1890 was the inspiration for the Wayfarer Restaurant in the novel. In writing this novel, J. Glenn Evans was inspired to organize the non-profit corporation, Glenn Key Evans Farms, launch a movement to help the homeless with food and shelter and training in no-till farming.  You can also listen to a YouTube interview with Evans on

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