Deanna’s first guest this afternoon was Fanie from Pretoria, South Africa who shared with the listeners some history of the Boer folk who settled in South Africa long ago. He also talked about the ongoing genocide against his people that is seldom discussed in North America. (MP3)
Related: The Jew Colonies of South Africa and America
Christopher Fogarty joined Deanna for the remainder of today’s broadcast to shatter another official lie and academic myth, “The Irish Potato Famine”. Christopher published a very informative website quite some time back, Irish Holocaust ~ The Mass Graves of Ireland. After a long and very committed effort he has authored a thoroughly researched book revealing the truth about the act of genocide carried out by the British Crown against the people of Ireland. Please listen for information about his new book which can be acquired by sending an email request to [email@example.com] (MP3)
Ashley McGuire, a Senior Fellow with The Catholic Association, the Richard John Neuhaus Fellow at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, a staff writer for Acculturated, a contributing editor at the Institute for Family Studies, a Policy Fellow with the American Conservative Union, and a founding editor of altFem Magazine visits with Deanna to discuss the latest revelations regarding planned parenthood during the last hour. (MP3)
Noteworthy: In 1991, during the first Gulf War, a “shelter” in the Al-Amiriya district of Baghdad was bombed by two laser-guided “smart bombs”. In this cruel attack by the US Air Force, 403 Iraqi civilians were killed, 142 of whom were children under ten years of age. The United States government has never taken full responsibility for the bombing. This occurred on the night of “February 13th” 1991.
The Genocide Treaty threatens US Constitutional sovereignty, as the Constitution states that when America makes an international treaty, it takes precedence over the nation’s internal laws. The US Supreme Court has never defined any treaty signed by the United States government unconstitutional. This is because the US Constitution yields our national laws to the agreements US officials make with other nations.
Essentially, foreign powers are devising the regulations and domestic laws applicable to American citizens who commit crimes in their own country. For the first time in American history, an international treaty now adjudicates domestic law that may incarcerate American citizens.
Wishing You And Yours A Healthy, Enjoyable, Safe And Productive 2014! Happy New Year! (MP3)