The Blitzkrieg Broadcast w/ Kyle Hunt 12-27-13

A Year in Review and The Fourteen Words in 2014

Kyle considers the events of the past year and then discusses how he plans to move forward into 2014. Callers welcome.

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Gary
6 years ago

Great Show Kyle! There is not a single boring or an uninteresting person on this network.Everyone has their own thing and they do it well.

Kevin Sommers
6 years ago

The whole Sandy Hook debacle, media & alternative media did one thing together, they took the focus off of the killer & his potential accomplices and put it on the guns. As someone big into psychology, I can say the father laughing was normal! It’s the first step of the grief process, denial. I didn’t die(duh..), but when everyone thought I was about to(from medical illness) my dad acted the same way. He joked and laughed more than ever actually. The agenda is simply to control the narrative: it’s either that it happened as the media said or as the conspiracy theorists say. And being that the father was the central part of the conspiracy theory, anyone who knows psychology will be driven away from… Read more »

Kevin Sommers
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6 years ago

And I think you’re a little too cynical toward the ‘Sheeple’ Kyle. Those of us who fancy ourselves intellectuals would be nothing without them. It’s a symbiotic relationship that is near exclusive to our race, specialization. Hitler promoted class cooperation and we’re going nowhere if we don’t acknowledge it. It doesn’t need to be as clear cut as ‘jock’ and ‘nerd’ as you said, but we do need a good mix of people who are content/worldly and ambitious/head in the clouds. Unchecked I think a lot of us ‘intellectuals’ hold a lot of resentment for the men who are happy with a simple job and simple family.

Kevin Sommers
Reply to  Kevin Sommers
6 years ago

Yeah, that whole hermetic thing has a lot of merit. I think a lot of people out there would see a benefit dedicateing a few months if not more of their life in their late teens to this kind of thing. I kinda had that with my medical illness, spent about a year unable to speak and was not really able to leave the house. I also wasn’t really coherent enough to hold much conversation with anyone online despite my spending most of that year on the computer. Being stuck with yourself, and in my case, suffering a constant pain makes you face yourself. No being too ‘busy’ to be retrospective, and no ability to ‘escape’ into a modern addiction such as gaming. Yeah, that… Read more »

Roy
6 years ago

Kyle —

You mentioned something about a Flag or a Memorial to the Sandy Hook victims which appears to resemble the Star of David.

Do you have a link to that photo?

I couldn’t find anything resembling your description on the internet. Thanks.

Roy
6 years ago

Thanks Kyle.

Wow…..can’t believe my eyes. However, I did some checking to see if that flag can be verified. I couldn’t find any supporting evidence. I don’t deny that the flag wasn’t up at the fire house…but I have a feeling it is no longer there. Perhaps it was never there, but the image is a “trap” of sorts.

If anyone has corroborating evidence, that would be great. Wish someone who lived nearby could go take a photo and verify that the flag still exists. I wonder if a phone call to the fire department would confirm or deny the flag’s existence.

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