You are here

James Perloff on Hollywood war propaganda; Daniel Haqiqatjou of MuslimSkeptic on Islam and family values

Broadcast live 8 to 10 pm Central on Revolution.Radio

First hour: James Perloff, author of 100,000+copy bestselling NWO exposés (his most recent book is Truth Is a Lonely Warrior) joins us to discuss Hollywood’s permanent propaganda campaign for war and the New World Order. In his latest article “The Extraordinary Censorship of It’s a Wonderful Life” Perloff explains why Frank Capra’s 1946 masterpiece got snubbed by the Oscars in favor of the now forgotten The Best Years of Our Lives. It seems that It’s a Wonderful Life has an anti-banker, anti-NWO subtext…while The Best Years of Our Lives was rewarded for propagandizing against “World War II debunkers,” i.e. people telling the truth about who dragged us into both World Wars and why. (The international bankster war criminals were terrified that the truth about World War II would leak out in the aftermath of the war, turning Americans into anti-interventionists, as had happened after World War I.)

Second hour: Daniel Haqiqatjou of discusses such topics as:

*What does it mean to be a Muslim skeptic? The Qur’an repeatedly tells us to use our critical reason and reflect on everything around us, especially life’s ultimate questions. Does it set limits on critical reason and reflection? If so, what are they?

*What is mainstream Islam’s position on family values issues, gender weirdness, etc.? How do Muslims fit into the debate in the West, where “conservatives” who support family values tend to be Islamophobes, while “liberals/leftists” who support gender weirdness are “tolerant” toward Islam as well as towards all sorts of bizarre behaviors?

*How does Islam’s position on gender and family issues line up with what today’s anthropologists and social scientists say about human nature?

*Has Muslim leadership in the post-9/11 era been timid and compromised, and if so, how can we fix the problem?

Leave a Comment