Jay’s Half Audio Summary/Analysis – Devil’s Game/Muslim Brotherhood

Jay's Analysis

In this partial talk, I give my summary and analysis of the real history of the Muslim Brotherhood from Dreyfuss’ Devil’s Game and Mark Curtis’ Secret Affairs, two important books dealing with in-depth history and espionage.  The story you are told about Islam from the media is not accurate: Radical Islam has seen a long history of western aid, and together these works reveal a massive amount of information and secret, declassified texts.  Discover the real history of Al Qaeda, bin Laden, and the Ayatollahs.

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2 Comments on Jay’s Half Audio Summary/Analysis – Devil’s Game/Muslim Brotherhood

  1. Greg Maybury // May 24, 2016 at 5:20 am // Reply

    G’Day Jay,

    This is an excellent book.

    See below for my latest piece.


    Greg Maybury

  2. james grey // May 25, 2016 at 7:52 pm // Reply

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiogenic_petroleum_origin ‘scientific opinion’ on the origin of oil is that all natural deposits are fossil fuels. “I’m gonna have to science the shit out of this.” Now if they are lying and oil fields are self replenishing (abiogenic) then oil should be as inexpensive as water and you have the mother of all psyops – btw oil is typically extracted from below the depth of any recorded fossil find. Fake oil scarcity would also be a cover for the endless war in the middle east for the purposes of what. It would have to be religion of the blood sacrifice kind.

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