The US Uncivil War Pt3 - Blackbird9 Podcast

Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday Podcast.  Tonight we look at the the history of The US Uncivil War P3 in the conclusion of this three part series.


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 nations to surrender their independent sovereignty.  At the bottom of the first hour, the Host will be joined

by Brizer1 for a Special Breakfast Club Skout Report on the situation on the ground in Ireland

with the courts and the out of control home & land grabbing by the (((banksters))).


In the Second Hour, the host concludes the three part series on The U.S. Civil War of 1861 to 1865 with a focus on the domestic and international factors and developments after this war, the key players 

in the spotlight and in the shadows, and asks what were the real reasons for going to war?  Was this ruthlessly bloody conflict really a noble war to protect the The Great Experiment  Cooperative Union of this Constitutional Republic and free the slaves . . .  or was it treason in the highest (Masonic?) degree by those seeking to earn a position in the Jewish controlled New World Order?  Did the U.S. Civil War really free the slaves or merely Federalize the Jewish Slave Plantation model and reduce ALL non-Jews to debt slave status? And most importantly, how is this corrupted history being used to

sow the seeds for a true Civil War today?

The US Uncivil War Pt3 - Blackbird9
The US Uncivil War Pt3 - Blackbird9

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