|Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2006
From: Salvador Astucia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Cancel Lennon show for Dec. 8th
I have been doing some thinking over the past week, and have decided
that it would be best if we cancel any plans for a radio show about John
Lennon on Dec. 8, 2006. Whether you want to admit it or not, it is apparent
to me that this is your desire as well.
I also would like to express the following concerns:
Concern # 1: You have allowed John deNugent [an editor of The
Barnes Review] to be on your show twice since I was on. In my opinion,
Mr. deNugent is extremely lightweight and extremely dishonest.
Mr. deNugent recently asked me to write a 10-page article about the
deaths of rock stars to be published in the Barnes Review. He particularly
requested that I include something on the death of Kurt Cobain. He also
strongly suggested that I should write that Cobain's Jewish wife, Courtney
Love, had committed the murder.
I told Mr. deNugent that there was overwhelming evidence that Cobain
was in fact murdered (his death was officially ruled suicide by shooting),
but I did not believe Courtney Love had anything to do with it. At that
point, Mr. deNugent ceased to reply to any of my emails until I sent him
a strongly worded message saying that I had no plans to write an article
for TBR because he had apparently broken off communications with me.
He then responded, but stated that I needed to reveal my real name when
submitting the article. At that point, I more or less told Mr. deNugent
to drop dead. And I asked if he and Mr. Carto (deNugent claimed the true
identity rule was Mr. Carto's policy, not his) had advised Germar Rudolph
to use his real name as well.
Keep in mind, Mr. deNugent is the same man who accuses others of being
psychopaths if they hold positions of authority but continually lie. In
other words, he is a self-appointed moralist, but none of his rules seem
to apply to him.
Aside from my personal experience with Mr. deNugent, I fail to understand
why you would give him preferential treatment over me. His comments about
psychopaths were somewhat interesting, but very lightweight.
I do not care for President Bush either, but I don't really think he
is a psychopath. He's stupid and incompetent. More important, he's a water
boy for more powerful Zionist interests. And in my opinion, a lot of his
decisions are made because he is being blackmailed. He is after all a former
In short, Mr. deNugent's views and comments on your show were lightweight
psycho-babble with no real meat. Why you would put garbage like that on
the air when I have already said I was available is quite a mystery. Certainly
a discussion about the deaths of rock stars would be more interesting to
your audience than Mr. deNugent's psycho-babble.
Concern # 2: The firing of Christopher Bollyn by American Free
I have read the page on AFP, and I have read Mr. Bollyn's response to
it on various websites. I am not taking sides regarding what actually transpired
to cause the rift because I do not know what happened. But Mr. Bollyn's
comments were far more compelling than the AFP page, which were mainly
a series of generalizations and ad homonym attacks.
Again, I do not know exactly what happened, but it certainly looks like
Mr. Bollyn was doing too good of a job as an investigative reporter and
someone pressured AFP into firing him without cause. That is the appearance
anyway. And I also get the same impression about my appearance on your
show. I feel like I did a good job, so now I have become persona non grata
for reasons beyond my control.
Concern # 3: It is my opinion that you or others at RBN radio
played a malicious stunt on me by allowing a woman named Rita to call in
to the program and start screaming like an insane person. What did you
do when she started her attacks and insults? You did nothing. In fact you
complimented her and said she and I might have a lot in common.
An honest host would have pulled the plug on her, or read her the riot
act. This unfortunately did not occur. And I am concerned about your integrity
if you allow such conduct to occur.
Concern # 4: I feel like there is a general lack of seriousness
on your part about the malevolence of the FBI. When I mentioned FBI on
your program, the topic seemed to shift to Mossad.
Frankly, I do not believe there are as many Mossad agents in this country
as you seem to think because the FBI is a HUGE ZIONIST POLICE FORCE. Israeli
Jews are not stupid. Why send Mossad agents over here when the FBI has
an army of 12,000 agents scattered around the country working to support
the Zionist cause? I simply do not buy it because it defies common sense,
and I have never seen any evidence of it. I have been harassed a great
deal by the FBI, but never by Mossad.
So for these reasons I have decided not to appear on your show again
for the indefinite future.
As I stated before, it is apparent from your actions (or lack of actions)
that this is your desire as well.