The Threat to Free Speech

After a recent hit piece by the Anti Defamation League, a Jewish hate group, several YouTube channels are threatened with bans and deletion. Dr. Jones and Peter Helland discuss this very real threat to freedom of speech and freedom of religion in America.

South Bend Shootings, Sodomy and Mayor Pete

South Bend, Indiana has been rocked by a spate shootings over the past few weeks: one at the hands of a white cop who shot a black man, the other, a gunman who opened fire near a bar killing one, and injuring 10.

It seems as though a "spirit of violence" has been unleashed, and this evening Dr. E. Michael Jones, Pastor Graylin Watson and Peter Helland sit down to discuss the climate in the town of South Bend, the spirit of the people, and whether or not Mayor Pete Buttegieg's depraved sexual behavior and mockery of the sacrament of marriage could be part of the reason this "spirit of violence" has been unleashed...

The Disagreement about "Anti-Seimitism" between Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. E. Michael Jones

Peter Helland and Dr. E. Michael Jones address the disagreement between him and Dr. Michael Brown, what "Christian Anti-Semitism" is, and what the implications are of shutting down discussion leads to. As people become more radicalized, and as society is pulled to two extremes, Dr. Jones offers, a moderate alternative offered to us by the Catholic Church.

Pete Buttigieg's Naked Resume

Pastor Mario Sims joins Dr. E. Michael Jones and Peter Helland to continue studying South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, his suitability for the presidency, and those who are trying to launch him as the first gay president.

Pete Buttegieg - The Shortest Way Home

"As with virtually every other claim in this book, the facts stubbornly resist the paradigm Mayor Pete brings to bear to interpret them," says Dr. E. Michael Jones, who raised his family on the same block where Pete Buttigieg grew up, and here reviews Buttigieg's political book, Shortest Way Home. "Hasn't the city of South Bend become a hostage to your homosexual narcissistic fantasy of becoming America's first gay president?" (February 22, 2019)

Pete Buttegieg - Shortest Way Home

"As with virtually every other claim in this book, the facts stubbornly resist the paradigm Mayor Pete brings to bear to interpret them," says Dr. E. Michael Jones, who raised his family on the same block where Pete Buttigieg grew up, and here reviews Buttigieg's political book, Shortest Way Home. "Hasn't the city of South Bend become a hostage to your homosexual narcissistic fantasy of becoming America's first gay president?" (February 22, 2019)

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Conversion

E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, addresses emeritus Pope Benedict XVI's article in German in the July/August edition of Internationale Katholische Zeitschrift COMMUNIO ("Mercy and Mission without Regrets") and the resulting controversy, including accusations that Benedict was backtracking from prior statements on the Jews, such as the Vatican II document Nostra Aetate and a talk Pope John Paul II gave in Mainz Germany in 1980.

Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia

Using insights he got while reviewing the book House of Trump, House of Putin by Craig Unger (see November 2018 issue of Culture Wars magazine), E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars, recently gave a talk in Bavaria, Germany. In this video he discusses that review and that talk.

Viganò and the Homosexual Network

Dr. E. Michael Jones, the editor of Culture Wars magazine, on Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò’s revelation that Pope Francis covered for then Cardinal Theodore McCarrick's homosexuality, and the implications flowing therefrom.

Psychological Warfare and the Pennsylvania Priest Scandal

Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture War magazine, explains how the latest priest scandal arising out of Pennsylvania continues the psychological warfare waged against the American people and especially the Catholic Church. He delves deeply into what this warfare is as well as how and why it is waged.

Why is Sodomy a Shame for Some But Not for Others

E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, discusses homosexual issues in the Catholic Church and their relationship to the community in which he lives, South Bend - Notre Dame IN. Mike's article in the September issue of Culture Wars magazine, "Cardinal McCarrick and the Homolobby," reveals that the mainstream media's portrayal that the crisis in the Church centers around pedophilia is wrong. Most sexual violations by the clergy involve homosexual violations or sex between priests and men of adult age. But since pedophilia is either illegal or seen as more egregious, the media wants to describe the homosexual activity as pedophilia. Mike explains how the Jesuits, primarily, have created a homomafia within the Church and have been intimidating the weaker clergy to say and do nothing when they discover these abominations in their midst. Or as Mike writes:

"Allow us to act on our homosexual impulses, the Jesuits said, and we will act as a fifth column serving oligarchic interests within the Church."

Mike compares the crisis in the Church to what is happening locally in South Bend. The local bishop (Rhoades) came from Pennsylvania and is now having to defend himself from accusations of covering up the supposed molestations. Ninety percent of the Notre Dame University professors are said to be for same sex marriage. When the homosexual mayor of South Bend was living openly with his future male bride and then later married him in the Episcopal Church, hardly a word of criticism came from the Notre Dame and South Bend Christian communities. "The Church may destroy itself from within - just as has already been the case in many places in the West. A Church which contradicts itself, rejects its own teaching, becomes useless and dies, like the Church in Holland. Anything that is self-contradictory is bound to disappear. Bad theology is dangerous.”

Apocalypse In Golestan

In mid May Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, spoke at the New Horizon conference on Palestine in Mashhad, Iran. The conference occurred at almost the same time as Israel was celebrating its 70th birthday, the U.S. embassy in Israel was moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, President Trump was breaking the United States commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action agreement with Iran, and Palestinians were protesting these events at the Apartheid Wall in Gaza.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg Vetoes Women's Care Center

A panel discussion on South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg's veto of a zoning change that would have permitted a counseling center to open next to an abortion clinic. The participants include host Peter Helland, Pastor Mario Sims, Pastor Grayland Watson, and E.Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine.

On April 28th Mayor Buttigieg, vetoed the common council's decision to grant the Women's Care Center a rezoning permit, saying, "This is one of the hardest decisions that I've ever made in this job." His decision has upset many right to life Christians in the Michiana area. The proposed Women's Care Center is located next to the new abortion clinic on South Bend's poorer West Side. The Center's outreach is especially meant to minister to the poorer minorities suffering from unwanted pregnancies. If one of the three African-American women on the common council changes her vote, the mayor's veto will be overruled.

Sex With Monsters

Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, discusses the Academy Award winning movie The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro's remake of the 1954 movie The Creature from the Black Lagoon. In the Black Lagoon, which Guillermo saw when he was young, the beautiful Julie Adams is sexually assaulted by a monster called Gill-man. The relationship is consummated in Guillermo's remake.

Dr. Jones points out that the monster is really our own out of control sexual passions (spurred on by Hollywood of course). If we do not slay these passions we can not walk in Logos or see Logos i.e. Christ. We (especially the Church) must slay our sexual passions before we can secure our spiritual sight. The Hollywood film industry, has instead convinced us, in films like "The Shape of Water", to have sex with the monster instead of killing him.

Whig Darwinian Metahistory (Sapiens, Metahistory, Metaphysics, and Logos)

Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his “Jewish Fables,” which is a critique of Yuval Noah Harari’s Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, a book that is an example of an atheist evangelist using "science" to promote a cosmology that denies Logos and to create a social order based on a ruthless will to power.

Be sure to pick up a copy of Dr. Jones’ book: Darwinism, Materialism, and other Jewish Fables on Amazon.

Noah Juval Harari has been hailed by the New York Times as an intellectual titan and thought leader. In reality, he is a broker of obsolete ideas and virulent forms of social control. Harari’s claim that there is no such thing as justice plays into the hands of the oligarchs who promote him. His claim that happiness is nothing more than chemical reactions in the brain makes him a willing executioner of the Sackler family, creators of Oxycontin and the main culprit responsible for the current opioid epidemic. Jewish Fables exposes Harari as the prophet of failed ideas.

It's the End of the World as We Know It

Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, recently reviewed the new book by Ta-Nehisi Coates, "We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy." He connects some of the ideas he sees in this book with the sex scandals hitting Hollywood and the media. The themes are fatherlessness and loss of control of the sexual passions. Ta-Nehisi became the editor of the famous abolitionist magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, at the beginning of the Obama presidency. Like President Obama he loved hip hop music and the world view it brought with it. Like Frederick Douglas he became an atheist and lived in sexual immorality. But the big theme is men being enslaved to the sin of womanizing.

This sin is a destructive slavery especially because it creates fatherlessness, which then produces sons enslaved again to womanizing. Dr. Jones argues that Ta-Nehisi shares in the "generational shame" because of the guilt of his and his father's sins. But instead of coming to Christ and seeking forgiveness and conversion he becomes an atheist and scapegoats all this guilt onto the "whites" Part of his theme is that the Jewish controlled Hollywood and media have been "social engineering" this agenda for about 70 years. It has been overturning our Christian heritage but now with Matt Lauer and others getting conquered by the same uncontrolled sexual passion their own empire is starting to sing to the tune of "It's the End of the World as We Know It." Dr, Jones asserts that "the most effective propaganda ministry in the history of the world collapsed under a barrage of sexual harassment claims.”

How Evolution Produced the New Atheism

Dr. E. Michael Jones is writing a book about the History of Logos and the Logos of History. In this interview he discusses a portion of that book that appears in the October 2017 issue of Culture Wars magazine. He addresses the role evolution played in the rise of the new atheism, especially with the publication of Charles Darwin's book: "The Origin of Species by Natural Selection." Dr. Jones argues that it is irrational to argue from evolution to atheism. You can not get something from nothing. How did the first something get here? is a question the new atheists avoid.

Darwin's bulldog, Thomas Huxley had a grandson Aldous Huxley who spilled the beans when he said: "There was one admirably simple method of confuting these people (Christians) and at the same time justifying ourselves in our political and erotic revolt: we could deny that the world had any meaning whatsoever." Dr. Jones asserts: "Denial of God is the purpose of evolution in the first place."

Monuments Coming Down and Going Up

Dr. Robert Smith, Dr. E.Michael Jones, Pastor Mario Sims, and Peter Helland discuss the significance of monuments. The original idea for the show came from the erecting of the the Dr. Martin Luther King/Fr. Theodore Hesburgh monument in downtown South Bend, Indiana this summer. Some people in the community were upset about it, and thus the need for this discussion. The importance of the discussion was amplified by the recent conflict in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the proposed tear down of the Robert E. Lee monument. Dr. Jones argues that monuments represent hegemony, and in America it could be called ideological hegemony. The tearing down of Confederate monuments and the eventual building of new ones is the political collapse of one set of ideas being replaced by another set. Dr. Smith addresses the causes of the Civil War and Robert E. Lee's attitude toward Confederate monuments. Pastor Sims says that the power structure that put up the King/Hesburgh monument continues to marginalize the Black community despite the flattering rhetoric. All agree that the corporate media perverts the truth.