Robert Stark Interviews Charles Lincoln about the Paris Terror Attack, Migrant Invasion, & the Middle East

This should be great. Charles is always good. He is brilliant. I have met him too, and he is also a very nice guy.

Here.

Charles Lincoln has a PhD in Anthropology, History, and Archaeology from Harvard University

Topics include:

How the terrorist attack was made inevitable because of the migrant invasion.
The psychological torture and cognitive dissidence caused by the attacks and how to process it.
How the prime suspect registered as a refugee in Greece.
What value is it to be humanitarian to foreigners when it destroys your own way of life.
How France surrendering in WWII saved Paris from destruction.
Whether civil war will break out in Europe.
French colonialism in North Africa and how that lead to mass immigration into France.
Charles’s trip to Paris in 2005 when the riots took place.
Marine Le Pen and the Front National.
Whether France will have to reject their values of Liberté, Equalité, Fraternité.
Conspiracy theories about the attack.
Article 5 of NATO that declares any attack on a NATO member is an attack on all NATO members.
How Islamic terrorism is a product of an “invade the world invite the world” agenda.
How treasonous western elites are encouraging invasions.
The parallels between Ancient Rome when they invited barbarians when their own citizens would not cooperate.
Eastern Europe as a bulwark against the invasion.
Muslim refugees in the United States and how they have been resettled in mostly White and conservatives states.
How Western powers, Israel, and the Gulf States want to see the destruction of the Assad regime in Syria which is fighting against ISIS.
The recent ISIS attack in Beirut, Lebanon.
Whether this conflict will lead to WWIII and other possible scenarios.
How Russia could be the last hope to save Western Civilization.
Charles’s experience in the Middle East as an archaeologist and how most of his personal experiences with Arab people were positive.
How Charles found Syria and Lebanon to be the most sophisticated of the Arab countries he visited.
Whether Islamic peoples should be viewed as the enemy or whether the conflict with them is artificially manufactured.

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2 responses to “Robert Stark Interviews Charles Lincoln about the Paris Terror Attack, Migrant Invasion, & the Middle East

  1. Jason Y

    Most of this stuff is just a mousetrap. The cheese of multi-culturalism let’s the Muslims (and Latinos) in, and then the trap falls as Europe and America go fascist. In the end, is a horrible police state in Europe and the US, and finally a horrible war in middle east, worse than anything before.

  2. Horatio

    Great interview.

    I was in Paris shortly before the riots, staying in a cheap hostel roughly where the riots took place. I had never been to Europe before, and I thought the comments and talk that people made about ‘no go’ zones were overblown fear mongering.

    I was shocked to find out how true it actually was. Even some of the statements made about predatory behaviour of the immigrants towards the native girls seemed fanciful and as attempts at inciting hatred. Yet what I saw, on a daily basis confirmed this. There was no hiding it. They were right.

    There is no point trying to “explain” away in Politically Correct terms what you saw, and pretend you didn’t see it.

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