This week: "Vigilantes, Death Squads, and Civil War"
with Special Guest: James Roger Brown- Called by some "The most dangerous mind in North America," Roger's general field is sociology of knowledge with specializations in the sociology of intelligence operations, cultural reality models, and how cultures define and relate to the spiritual world. Roger has tested Joseph Campbell's conclusion that the spiritual traditions of all cultures are attempts describe the same spiritual world by testing what they identify as teachable and learnable spiritual skills to determine if the skills can be learned.
The brutal wars in the Middle East, as history of empire building shows us, always returns home to the people who allowed these wars of aggression to exist in the first place: The American people.
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