https://youtu.be/EVZUl4UXrl0 An interview with Shelia Gunn Reid, one of several journalists from Rebel Media who fearlessly challenge the mainstream media fake news. Aside from explaining PTSD in depth, I got to talk about other things, such as the sham of the United Nations refugee camps, their libelous fabrication of perpetual victimhood, the Nazi-like propaganda oozing from the Palestinian Authority, the cowardly and appeasing BBC and the immoral funding of murderers by the British government. Although I look haggard and tired - because I was feeling PTSD irritable that day - I'm still so very glad that I did this interview.
https://youtu.be/nUhOjTqz5eA For years I have been trying to get on British National TV and radio, and just as I was getting out the car to speak at my book launch, my friend Brian of London called to say that on @LBC they were talking about PTSD. I called in and to my astonishment I got through. Although I was a bit unfocused, I managed to say all the important points such as why Kristine was murdered and how the UK government are funding terrorism. When I was off air, the host said it was the most extraordinary story he has heard since he has been on LBC. He even went on to read from my website. He didn’t mince his words or cover the truth. Many thanks to LBC and especially the presenter Ian Payne, who was not only the nicest of interviewers, he made it easy for me.
https://www.facebook.com/JerusalemDateline/videos/vb.113220828714604/666133573864856/?type=2&theater MUST SEE! Kay Wilson survived an horrific terror attack in Israel and recently wrote a book to make sure it doesn't happen again. “I watched in horror as a Palestinian terrorist butchered my Christian friend to death right in front of me only because he thought she was a Jew. A second Palestinian terrorist stabbed me 13 times with his machete, snapping my ribs and shattered more than thirty bones. The PA’s rewarding of those two killers and all the other thousands of terrorists in prison is both morally abhorrent and incomprehensible.” The Rage Less Traveled by Kay Wilson