Jay Dyer w/Gould & Fitzgerald: Mystical Imperialism, Afghanistan & Beyond

Veteran researchers, historians, writers and geopolitical analysts Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould joined me to discuss their scholarly works, notably Invisible History: The Untold Story of Afghanistan, Crossing Zero and The Voice. In this interview, we dive into mystical imperialism, the Great Game, black ops in Afghanistan, the role of geopolitical strategist Zbigniew Brzezinski and the Mujahideen, the Cold War and the Rand Corporation, Soviet espionage and British Intelligence, spy games, the history of Templarism, Roman Catholicism, BCCI and the drug trade, and much, much more!


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 Click here for the Audio file of the interview

4 Comments on Jay Dyer w/Gould & Fitzgerald: Mystical Imperialism, Afghanistan & Beyond

  1. Awesome stuff!

  2. Kimberly // May 6, 2015 at 9:01 pm // Reply

    You’re best yet!
    Best cohesive and informative two hours concerning the mess we find ourselves facing. For those who chose and have have the curiosity to look, this interview reveals the connections, motivations and players responsible, Responsible for the Hell that has been sickeningly manipulated into our existence. At our expense. At the expense of our innocence, naivete, perhaps, and willingness to believe that those who rise to power must be more intelligent, more moral than rest and have the best of intentions for the world. I’m committing a thought crime as I type. Hidden handed Brzezinsky (another thought crime). Gould appropriately brings up the issue of psychopathy when describing these personalities that have so brazenly destroyed and twisted the fabric of our reality. I’m a white, American woman, relatively comfortable in my life. Why does this enrage me? It only makes me lonely in wanting to know why the world is as it is. Thanks for giving my loneliness a place to go for a while.
    I’m hooked, just wish you had another option to subscribe other than the dread pirate paypal.

  3. Joe Devola // May 12, 2015 at 2:11 pm // Reply

    I find it baffling that this woman believes the allies wanted the soviets to lose WW2. If they wanted the germans to win, they would’ve accepted Hitler’s peace proposal. They wouldn’t have bombed german factories and forced them to divert resources to fight a two front war. Nor would they have given massive military aid to the Soviet Union.

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