Henri Le Riche  - Fall Back South Africa - Blackbird9 Podcast

Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club Wednesday podcast with special guest Mr. Henri Le Riche.

 

In the First Hour Host Frederick C. Blackburn introduces the new three part series on "Critical Theory".   This will be an detailed look at the history, development, and implementation of one of the Frankfurt School's most effective psychological warfare weapons in their Cultural Marxist arsenal to advance their White Genocide and New World Order agendas. 

 

The Second Hour of Blackbird9's Breakfast Club features Mr. Henri Le Riche from South Africa for The Big Nine At Nine segment.

 

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International Criminal Courts to consider White Genocide in S.A. (Wed, 21 Jun 2017)
by Steve Goode A case of White Genocide in South Africa has been filed in the International Criminal Courts this week. A member of the “Americans against White Genocide in South Africa” group, has said there has been a “case filed against Genocide today at the International Criminal Courts in the Hague“. A PDF of...
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SA farmers lodge formal genocide complaint against ANC-regime (Wed, 21 Jun 2017)
by Ryan O’Malley EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. BRUSSELS. South African farmers represented in the Transvaal Agricultural Union have lodged a formal genocide-complaint against the ANC-government for crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, announced TAU deputy-chairman Henk van de Graaf today. “The farm murders are not ordinary crimes but fit into the context...
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The President Who Caused a Recession (Wed, 21 Jun 2017)
The last time South Africa fell into recession, in 2009, it was because of the global financial crisis. This time around, economists and business executives agree, the cause is a person: the president. Jacob Zuma’s erratic political moves are breeding policy uncertainty and reluctance to invest, helping explain why the economy of the continent’s most...
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Beyond sincerity and forgiveness in South African politics (Wed, 21 Jun 2017)
If politics and lies had to post an update on social media about their relationship status, it would have to read ‘it’s complicated’. And thus it has been for a long time. It’s not so much that they have an antagonistic relationship, though the long record of history would seem to indicate this to be...
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Young South African Aren’t Apathetic, Just Fed Up with Formal Politics (Mon, 19 Jun 2017)
SA’s youth-led movements such as #FeesMustFall provided a contrasting view to perceptions that young people are apathetic & disinterested in the future of their country. South Africa’s youth-led movements such as #FeesMustFall and #RhodesMustFall provided contrasting view to perceptions that young people are apathetic and disinterested in the future of their country. But the protests...
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