Dr. E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his article “Jewish Fables” – a critique of Yuval Noah Harari’s Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, a book that is an example of an atheist evangelist using “science” to promote a cosmology that denies Logos and to create a social order based on a ruthless will to power.

Dr. Jones is a historian, writer and editor of Culture Wars magazine. Among his many books are The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History, The Slaughter of Cities, Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury and the most recent The Broken Pump in Tanzania: Julius Nyerere and the Collapse of Development Economics. Dr. Jones’ books and a subscription to Culture Wars can be purchased at culturewars.com.

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22 Replies to “E. Michael Jones on Sapiens, Metahistory, Metaphysics and Logos”

  1. Dr Jones, I think it would benefit your cause to explain in depth why you believe that human history as we know it began 70,000 years ago. We've been told since we were kids that the geological and paleontological record supports the hypothesis that humans have been on the scene for several hundreds of thousands, some say millions of years. If you don't believe that, I'd like to hear/read why you don't. The impetus here is that I'm concerned that you will lose adherents when they hear you say that human history is much shorter than we've been told by the "experts." If you've already written your take on this, please share a link. Thanks!

  2. This was a strange one, E Michael Jones was jumping all over the place. And his religious beliefs come through as blinding him from being objective.

    Why are humans and speech special? animals use very basic communication, if a field full of sheep with lambs go to eat, after eating they are all mixed up, but by calling their lambs they can pick out the call of their mothers. Bird call out to alert others for mating, or to warn them of prey.

    If you grown anything or raised any animal/plant you can see how they procreate, and how their dna changes as they do, so why is it impossible to believe in random mutations, or dna memory?

    He picked this person as reason to have a go at English/Israeli academics. This guy is obviously paid and promoted as a academic, and chosen because he’s clearly an ill person if he can’t see his sexual preference will result in the death of his dna. He’s a propagandist.

    Your anti British perspective doesn’t make much sense, what you should be saying is small groups of people with psychopathic behavior, like in the opium wars which was carried out by a small number of people, the same thing is happening now with China, unscrupulous business men are making synthetic drugs and selling them all over the world, so should we blame all Chinese people? If I ask them about it they don’t even know it’s happening. Is that also a hidden agenda, or just a small group of people lacking morals, and doing anything to make money.

    There is no way to prove god just like there is no way to prove evolution, so why be so definitive on their being a god.

    I love your shows, but this one showed the unwillingness to question everything, being indoctrinated to believe in a religion, which logically was written by men of past, so why be willing to put your faith in their words and in their agenda.

  3. What was it that Catherine Austin Fitts recently said is "worth dying for?" I see no-one around me willing to die for a dang thing … Then again, I may be surprised, as I'm willing to die for something when/if it happens …

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