The Solar Storm: The Communist Conspiracy (1-10-16)

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Kyle discusses the history of Communism in the world, the mass murder and misfortune caused by it, with a focus on how it came to power in the United States, and what may be done to stop this kosher conspiracy.

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Steve
4 years ago

@John

Their ‘light’ is that of Lucifer or Satan ( saturn – saturday ), which is the mirror or opposite ( adversary ) to that of God. Therefore, as a ‘light unto the nations’ is to be god over the physical realm and they achieve this by keeping us locked into the five sense realm of Matter – gods chosen people in this respect is Lucifer and Lucifer in his fallen state symboled by the inverted five pointed star which represents man living apart from God, materialistic and carnal and unable to comprehend the things of Spirit.

John
4 years ago

Great show as usual, Kyle. Here’s a link to the Black Book of Communism – Crimes, Terror, Oppression (911 pages): http://www.thechristianidentityforum.net/downloads/Black-Communism.pdf “The Black Book offers us the first attempt to determine, overall, the actual magnitude of what occurred, by systematically detailing Leninism’s “crimes, terror, and repression” from Russia in 1917 to Afghanistan in 1989. This factual approach puts Communism in what is, after all, its basic human perspective. For it was in truth a “tragedy of planetary dimensions”, with a grand total of victims variously estimated by contributors to the volume at between 85 and 100 million. Either way, the Communist record offers the most colossal case of political carnage in history.” Thank you very much, Jews, for immeasurable pain, misery, suffering and oceans of… Read more »

4 years ago
Outcast Misanthrope
4 years ago

Thanks and congratulations Mr Hunt for a well done and well researched journey through history. This podcast should be youtubed and considered a “Must Listen” for any serious researcher.

Lawrence Forthright
4 years ago

Love the commercial breaks. They add character and class to the shows, giving them an authentic feel.

John
4 years ago

Yeah, I like the commercial breaks too!

I just found this:

Pictures from the book “Drawings from the GULAG” by Danzig Baldaev, a retired Soviet prison guard. Depictions of the Soviet genocide.

http://www.cvltnation.com/brutal-drawings-from-the-gulag/

Thank you very much, Jews, you so-called “light unto the nations.”

Pert
3 years ago

What was the documentary you sampled?

Ron Vivventrop
4 years ago

Fascinating show, thanks – filled in a lot of gaps in my historical knowledge.

I don’t know if you remember ‘psychic’ jew Stewart Swerdlow from your ‘conspiracy’ days Kyle, but he claims to be the direct descendant of Yakov Swerdlov, the Chairman of the Secretariat of the Russian Communist Party during the Bolshevik Revoultion who was almost certainly involved in the murder of the Tsar and his family. Not something you might want to admit to publicly, but it doesn’t seem to bother old Stew much.

Claude Lemurrey
4 years ago

Kyle, why don’t you just relax and feel the Bern hahhahahahah, not funny. Good show… I like that accent you got

Ed
4 years ago

“Until I saw the documentary ‘The Revolutionary’ at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, I mistakenly thought that China during the revolutionary period was one country that had not felt the Jewish embrace. In fact, 85 to 90% of the foreigners helping the Chinese at the time of the Communist takeover were Jewish.”

Read more: http://forward.com/the-assimilator/159051/a-jew-in-maos-china/#ixzz3wz6uGUJ9

4 years ago

You know the American Revolution was really a middle class revolution just like the French Revoution it just made the merchant class into the new monarchy. When USA was founded they asked who shall govern and said those who own the country. Even in the start only 13% of the population owned everything and nothing has changed they got what they wanted.

John
4 years ago

One more: “Of the many books that I have read relating the experiences of victims in Soviet prisons and labour camps, Mr. Gustav Herling’s A World Apart is the most impressive and the best written. He possesses in a very rare degree the power of simple and vivid description, and it is quite impossible to question his sincerity at any point. In the years 1940-42 he was first in prison and then in a forced labour camp near Archangel. The bulk of the book relates what he saw and suffered in the camp. The book ends with letters from eminent Communists saying that no such camps exist. Those who write these letters and those fellow-travellers who allow themselves to believe them share responsibility for the… Read more »

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