Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club Wednesday podcast. Today we will continue with part two of the four part series on the Archetypes of Fear with a look at the history of
In the First Hour Host Frederick C. Blackburn will cover the recent chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission: establish a greater Israel ruled by Globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other countries to surrender their independent sovereignty. Then at the bottom of the first hour we will update you on the upcoming Farmers Aid South Africa benefit festival with an interview with festival planner, Mr. Patrick Fisher, and Mr. Jaco, the author of the new book Die Sukkelgatte or The Broke Ones.
The Second Hour of Blackbird9's Breakfast Club host Frederick C. Blackburn looks at the history of Mary Shelly's work, Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus and analyzes how it has morphed into the modern archetypes of not only "The Mad Scientist" but that of the "Man Made Monster" in part two of this four part series on the Archetypes of Fear.
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Dear Podcast Listener,
We launched a project in aid of our Farmers who are struggling as result of the drought we are trying to sell one million copies of a book called "Die Sukkelgatte" (The broke ones) at R75 or approximately USD 6 per copy before the end of October 2016 is there a possibility that you may assist us in doing so please?
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