Brigid’s Readings from the Tribune (3-22-17)

Brigid reads from many important articles, deconstructing the jewish agenda against the White race. The Little Angel; God’s Chosen What?; Thought Crimes, Book Burnings and Jewish Power; A Dim View of the Libertarian Movement; No Guilt! No Crime! No Apologies.

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And yes the above painting is by a jew, Maurycy Gottleib, Polish, his most famous one, “Jews Praying In a Synagogue, 1878.” The title of the opening song is “Tuatha de Danaan.” I expect to be back next week, and will complete the list I posted on Wed.


jews in a group always look just like a grotty, heaving, shambolic seething mass.

Anders Dahl

They sure do looks like the master race LOL


Kyle is welcome to take as much time on my show, to talk about his trip and time in DC, or anything else he wants. Although I have very much appreciated all the videos and reports he has sent out, which were very very beneficial, do I ever still have LOTS of questions about his experiences and observations. I am so glad he went, reported, and expressed himself!


And of course if Sinead wants to add anything that she doesn’t have time for tonight, re her reactions and efforts to this event, she is welcome to come on or submit a recorded statement that we can play. I have hundreds of questions for her streaming through my mind; it could not have been easy holding down the fort and from a distance partnering up with Kyle to produce all they that they did, as they did. BRAVO, great woman.


Additional Tribune articles for the list to be read on broadcast tonight: Goebbels’ Introduction to Hitler’s 1933 Proclamation to the German Narion; Mainstream Media Finally Exposes Elite Pedophile Rings; Whistleblower Explains How Education System Targets Resisters; Hundreds of Thousands Gather in Massive Protest to US-Sponsored Saudi Terrorism in Yemen; The Human Smuggling Industry; The Destruction of Art and Culture, from Mein Kampf; and Tribute to an Irish Hero.