Matt Bracken interview on Infowars

Anything with Matt Bracken on it is usually very good and worth your time checking out. If you haven’t read his books, you are well behind the power curve. WRSA gets a shout out from Alex Jones also, pretty cool I think.

 

 

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Matt Bracken interview on Infowars

9 thoughts on “Matt Bracken interview on Infowars

  1. Mike Bishop says:

    Solid points all around.

    The part that resonated with me the most was Brackens, correct, assertion that the forward momentum is baked in the cake.

    And he’s definitely correct than planning to ride a tiger ain’t the same as actually riding the fucking tiger…

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    1. shocktroop0351 says:

      Oh yeah, I think he is right as well. Just electing a new president isn’t going to change the direction things are headed. But I don’t think that means it is useless trying to educate people, if anything it makes it more important than ever. I do think he is correct about riding a tiger too, but that phrase could be applied to anything we prepare for as well. If you haven’t had a chance to read his books, I can’t urge you enough. Start with the Bracken anthology.

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  2. Mike Bishop says:

    The Trilogy is phenomenal, and, like you, I highly recommend them.

    He is a very wise dude.

    I absolutely agree that just because there’s forward momentum, doesn’t mean we should give up at the ballot box.

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    1. shocktroop0351 says:

      I remember reading “The reconquista” before the massive floods of illegal immigrants began and thinking “good story, but unlikely”. Then all the flooding started, and the cultural Marxists were pushing for it, and I thought “Holy shit, this is freaky”. Ever since then whenever Bracken had something to say, I was all ears.

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      1. Mike Bishop says:

        Absolutely. When he speaks, or writes, I sit up and shut up.

        His works have been eerily prophetic.

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      2. shocktroop0351 says:

        No, there’s a book called “The Bracken Anthology”. It’s a collection of his essays, so you’ve probably already read some of them. It’s great for giving to people who need a little wake-up call.

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      3. Mike Bishop says:

        Ya learn somethin’ new every day…

        I had no idea. I’ve read his essays but I was totally unaware that there was a collection published.

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