I want to start off by saying that I am generally impressed with the interviews on The Alex Jones Show, but Jason Burmas' interview yesterday with Gary Lachman was really really bad. I've read Lachman's book, it's well researched, and generally on the money in its description of the groups covered. This could have been a great interview for Burmas if he did a little preparation before hand, I mean at least skim the guy's book before you get him on air! Oh and calling your guest a Pagan as soon as he hangs up is unprofessional, yes the interview didn't go as planned but don't take it out on the guest who was otherwise polite to you. Also based on his bio he is a Theosophist and student of the Gurdjieff work, esoteric yes, pagan no.
Also an FYI a traditional occultist would not consider the Bohemian Grove an occult organization. Yes it is a Secret Society but its work is not esoteric but instead exoteric. Its more akin to how freemasons would view a college fraternity like TKE, yes the may have rituals and secret symbols but the nature of their work is focused on the outer world not the inner.
If he is ever on again a good line of questioning might focus on Martinism especially its connection to Synarchy and also why the Nazi's hunted down and killed occultists during WWII. I think some of the internal fights within the occult movements might prove interesting to explore.
The very last time that I listened to Bermas was when he said that anyone that dared to question the Israelie/Zionist roles in the media or governmental control of things ought to be thrown into a bathtub with a toaster plugged into the wall.
I really dig Jones show and dl the podcast daily but that made me cancel my PP.tv membership. It just didn't seem that Bermie has the zeal for historical truth and openness in historical truth and reporting on such as he makes himself out to be, and it's a shame.
This interview could have really been interesting and he even could have took a few jabs at the guy to get him to come out a little more or tossed him a few hardballs (no harm in that) had Bermie not been a total arse. I would have liked to have heard more on Evola and his occultist views and how the author thought it related to the secret societies like Skull n Bones and Bohemian Grove and the likes but alas it wasn't to be. Bermie made a complete jerk out himself once again. He is nothing like Jones at all...
As well, he kept talking about "Climate Change Deniers" and then would throw in the insult that this was like "likening us to Holocaust Deniers"
. Once again, Bermie glosses over the facts and dares not go there. None of the historical revisionists "deny the holocaust" whatever that means. What they DEBATE or have questions on is an entirely other matter. It has nothing to do with "anti-semitism" when many of the historical revisionists are themselves from a myriad of religious, political and ethnic backgrounds all.
Why is it that we are allowed to question 9-11 and that is okay with him and we are allowed to listen to scholars like Dr Stephen Jones, Dr David Ray Griffin and other Phd's or knowledgeable sources and their questions on 9-11 deserve answering , but on the same token we can't question that aspect of history or ask for more clarification or proof or talk about their control of history and these revisionist historians Dr's or others questions are not legitimate and don't deserve to be answered? Why is it that we can about Scholars for 9-11 Truth and their questions are legitimate but acknowledging Mark Weber or anyone from www.IHR.org
or any other learned historians is a no-no and they are all nazi's?
I was just once again thoroughly un-impressed with Jason Bermas and his ignorance of history and refusal to allow any tough questions to be asked on such issues.