Christopher Fogarty joins us to discuss his book, the Irish Holocaust, and how his family was targeted by the FBI for exposing the truth. We will also get into 911, COVID, violence in Chicago, and more.
Christopher ‘Chris’ Fogarty was born in Chicago and raised on a farm in Ireland. He worked with his father on contract-plowing, meadow-mowing, and on a threshing mill. He has a degree in civil engineering and has worked around the world on major engineering projects. He served with the U.S. army in France.
He has spent years investigating the truth about the Irish ‘famine’ and runs a website where he exposes the truth that the deaths of up to 5 million Irish people in the 1840s was a result of systematic policy by the British to starve the “rebellious Irish”. He has been a regular columnist for the past nineteen years in Irish American News, runs the web site www.irishholocaust.org and is the author of Ireland 1845-1850: the Perfect Holocaust, and Who Kept it ‘Perfect”
In this episode, we talk with Mark Musser. Mark is a part-time missionary, pastor, farmer, and author. He and his family currently live in the former Soviet Union serving as missionaries. He graduated from the infamous Evergreen State College in 1989 (that made national news headlines not long ago for anti-white racism). Then, he graduated from Western Seminary in 1994 in Portland, Oregon with a Master of Divinity. Mark has served as a pastor and a missionary since that time. Currently he is enrolled in a doctoral program at Corban University in Salem, Oregon.
Mark has written two books entitled, “Nazi Ecology” and “Wrath or Rest.” His work connects many aspects of our current ecological movements to those of the Nazis. He also outlines the various theoretical approaches that influenced the Nazi ecology and persist throughout the environmental movements of today.
Mark is a part time missionary, pastor, farmer, and author, depending on what time of day it is and what time of year it is. Currently he and his family spend most of their time in the former Soviet Union serving as missionaries. Home base is Yerevan, Armenia, but they do have significant ministries/missions in several other former Soviet republics. His wife, Caren, is an international school teacher. They have three children, Rachel, Alex, and Paul. Paul, our youngest, is living with them in Yerevan and attending Yerevan International School, as a junior. Rachel is a Spanish teacher, and Alex is a senior at Eastern Washington University.
Mark has written two books entitled, “Nazi Ecology” and “Wrath or Rest.” He graduated from the infamous Evergreen State College in 1989 (that made national news headlines not long ago for anti-white racism). Then, he graduated from Western Seminary in 1994 in Portland, Oregon with a Master of Divinity. Mark have served as a pastor and a missionary since that time. He is now enrolled in one of Corban University’s doctoral programs in Salem, Oregon.