Conversations about ideas and counter-narratives.
Joe Allen on understanding transhumanism
1 hr 28 mins
Joe Allen on understanding transhumanism
Joe Allen is a regular contributor on Steve Bannon’s War Room. He is highly knowledgable on transhumanism and what it is and how it’s affecting humanity. Joe joined me for a conversation about the definition of transhumanism; how transhumanism is interwoven into the fabric of modernity; why transhumanism matters; and what we can do to push back against transhumanism. PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK.
1 hr 28 mins
Mark McDonald on celebrating toxic masculinity
Mark McDonald is a psychiatrist in Los Angeles, with a focus on childhood trauma and autism. He’s been on my podcast before. This time Mark chatted to me about masculinity and why it’s not toxic. In fact, masculinity is critical the survival of men and women. (Without masculinity, there is no femininity.) Mark argues that we need to celebrate what it means to be a man. I agree. PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK.
May 10 2022
1 hr 6 mins
Daniel Satchkov on why Bastyon is superior to Twitter
Daniel Satchkov is the founder of Bastyon. Bastyon is a decentralised, blockchain-based alternative to Twitter, and, in my opinion, superior. I left Twitter a few years ago and, in spite of Elon Musk’s attempts to stop it from sinking, I have no intention of returning. Instead, I joined Bastyon and am enjoying the experience. Follow me here. (Keep in mind that it’s new and a helluva lot smaller than Twitter.) Daniel joined me for a conversation about why he developed it; the ethos behind it; free speech; censorship; and the future of Bastyon. Plus, Bastyon is proving to be a superb video platform too. While I use Odysee for my videos, I have found found that Bastyon is faster and more reliable than Odysee. Please support my work.
May 2 2022
A Russian opinion
Stan is a regular Russian gentleman with an opinion that he shares via his YouTube channel. I stumbled across a viral video of his, in which he gives a savage breakdown of the West’s response to Russia’s “invasion” of Ukraine. (According to Dmitry Orlov, it was not an invasion.) Stan joined me for a frank conversation about living in Russia; the sentiment; Western media’s hypocrisy; the failure of sanctions; and why Putin’s actions were justified. PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK.
Apr 28 2022
1 hr 13 mins
Vasily Prozorov is a former Ukrainian spy
Vasily Prozorov is a former Ukrainian Secret Service (SBU) agent, working for the Ukrainian government between 1999 and 2018. Not unlike Julian Assange, he is currently exposing the Ukrainian government’s corruption and crimes, including the atrocities committed by the Ukrainian government, such as killing its own citizens, from 2014 to today. Watch the video that Russell Bentley - a soldier living in Donetsk - sent me. Vasily can’t speak English, and I can’t speak Russian (or Ukainian), so we were joined by a translator in Moscow. It was an incredibly difficult conversation to conduct, so the video was produced by my friend Justus Killian (who is also the mastermind behind the Jerm Warfare intro video). Furthermore, Vasily spoke to me from a war zone, so his internet connection was poor. He has agreed to return for a longer and more in-depth conversation soon. PLEASE SUPPORT MY WORK.
Apr 25 2022
Piers Robinson on navigating the fog of war propaganda
Piers Robinson is an expert on propaganda. Dr Piers Robinson is a political scientist and currently a co-director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies, convenor of the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media, an associated researcher with the Working Group on Propaganda and the 9/11 Global ‘War on Terror’ and a member of Panda. He has been on my podcast before. This time, however, Piers focused more on, what’s known as, the fog of war, which is essentially the uncertainty in situational awareness experienced by participants in military operations. In other words, when there is a war, there is mass propaganda. How do we know what is true? Please support my work.
Apr 21 2022
1 hr 7 mins
Aleksandr Dugin on the Fourth Political Theory
Aleksandr Dugin is a Russian professor and author who believes that modernity and liberalism are highly destructive. He developed an idea known as the Fourth Political Theory. Alexander Dugin (b. 1962) is one of the best-known writers and political commentators in post-Soviet Russia. During the 1980s, he was a principal member of the underground traditionalist movement in the Soviet Union, for which he was arrested by the KGB and expelled from his studies at the Moscow Aviation Institute in 1983. He continued to support his private studies in traditionalist philosophy by working as a street sweeper. He later became a journalist and made his earliest foray into politics by joining Pamyat, the first nationalist party to emerge during the twilight years of the USSR. He is hated (and sanctioned) by the Western establishment; his books are banned on Amazon; and mentioning his name triggers polarised discourse. I thoroughly enjoyed talking to Aleksandr and found myself agreeing with a lot of what he said. Ignore what the haters say and, instead, listen to our conversation in which he discusses modernity, liberalism, postmodernism, the West, tradition, and conservatism.
Apr 18 2022
1 hr 19 mins
Astrid Stuckelberger on the WHO’s ’Pandemic Treaty’
Astrid Stuckelberger is an international health scientist with more than 25 years of experience behind her. But the part I like is that she has also worked for the World Health Organisation (WHO) for many years, and has an intricate understanding of how the organisation operates. She joined me for a truncated conversation about the WHO's Pandemic Treaty and why it is extremely dangerous for everybody. Her referenced document can be found at my website. SUPPORT MY WORK
Apr 14 2022
Isa Blumi on why the West ignores the US-backed war in Yemen
According to Stockholm University, Isa Blumi is Docent/Associate Professor of Turkish and Middle Eastern Studies at Stockholm University within the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. He holds a PhD in History and Middle Eastern/Islamic Studies from New York University (NYU-2005) and a Master of Political Science and Historical Studies (1995) from The New School for Social Research, New York. Isa joined me for a conversation about Yemen and why the US-backed war is being ignored by the West. SUPPORT MY WORK
Apr 14 2022
1 hr 24 mins
Michael Capuzzo on journalism, fake news, and conspiracy theories
Micheal Capuzzo is a journalist and author. Because his legacy is so profound, I’m going to simply quote his website. Michael Capuzzo is one of the country’s most honored writers. A native of Boston, his six books include two critically acclaimed New York Times nonfiction bestsellers, Close to Shore and The Murder Room. His books and articles have been nominated six times for the Pulitzer Prize, twice for the National Book Award, and for the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America. Among more than 100 journalism awards, Mike is a winner of the National Headliner Award and was a finalist for the Livingston Award and for the Gold Dagger Award for best nonfiction book of the year from the British Crime Writer's Association in London. His books are international bestsellers and his stories have been widely anthologized. Mike was a newspaper reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Miami Herald, covering everything from hurricanes to the trials of the last Unconquered Seminole Medicine Man in the Everglades, has written for The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, and was an award-winning United Feature Syndicate humor columnist for Newsday and forty other newspapers. His magazine stories have appeared in Smithsonian, Esquire, Life, Sports Illustrated, and Reader's Digest. He helped produce a special episode of ABC's 20/20 about his book The Murder Room that helped solve the cold murder of a 15-year-old girl, and his books have been widely optioned by leading Hollywood studios. Chatting with Mike was an absolute pleasure and very uplifting. Please support my work.
Apr 11 2022
1 hr 9 mins
Iain Davis on Russia versus technocracy
Iain Davis is an investigative journalist with a deep understanding of global power structures and technocracy. He has been on my podcast before. This time Iain chatted about Russia’s justifiable security concerns; Russia’s technocractic ambitions; the West’s technocractic ambitions; the incoming multipolar world order; and why public-private partnerships are dangerous. Please support my work.
Apr 7 2022
1 hr 13 mins
Dustin Broadbery on the subversive origins of the internet
Dustin Broadbery is an investigative journalist and blogger. He previously chatted to me about the anatomy of a cult. This time, he chatted to me about the subversive origins of the internet, including the central and military intelligence links to Facebook, Siri, and a whole lot more. It’s all a bit creepy and can make one somewhat paranoid about the promises of online privacy. Please support my work.
Apr 4 2022
1 hr 27 mins
John Titus on Russian sanctions and how it’s killing the dollar
John Titus is an expert on money, and has been on my podcast before. His YouTube channel is superb, although it will probably get torpedoed by the thought police soon. John joined me for a conversation around the Russian sanctions and why they will tank the US dollar; the stupidity of the West; what is real money and why it matters; the importance of gold and silver; and getting off the digital grid. John’s commentary is both savage and superb. Please support my work.
Mar 31 2022
1 hr 4 mins
Whitney Webb on deep diving into Epstein, 9/11, Covid, and more
Whitney Webb is a researcher and a proper journalist. She has written for several websites and, from 2017 to 2020, was a staff writer and senior investigative reporter for Mint Press News. She currently runs Unlimited Hangout and contributes to The Last American Vagabond. Whitney joined me for a conversation covering her journey into journalism and Chile; fact-checkers; Bill Gates; central intelligence; Facebook versus mass surveillance; Jeffrey Epstein; 9/11; why people fear conspiracy theories; and parallel structures. Please support my work.
Mar 28 2022
1 hr 11 mins
Catherine Fitts and Robert Kennedy on Fauci and vaccine fraud
Catherine Fitts and Robert Kennedy have, at separate times, been on my podcast. This time they joined me, together, for a conversation around Bobby’s incredible book about Fauci; Fauci’s powerful influence; vaccine fraud in America; corruption in the pharmaceutical industry; vaccine passports being a trojan horse; how to push back against the attempts at globalist control. Please support my work.
Mar 24 2022
1 hr 1 min
Dmitry Orlov on Russia not needing the West
Dmitry Orlov is a Russian-American engineer and a writer. He was born in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), but emigrated to the United States. He writes on subjects related to economic, ecological, and political decline in the West, and argues that America is imploding. Dmitry’s book Reinventing Collapse: The Soviet Example and American Prospects, published in 2008, further details his views about Western collapse. In our conversation, he covers the American collapse; why Russia won’t be negatively impacted; Russian values; NATO destroying everything it touches; Western sanctions hurting the West more than Russia; killing Ukraine’s neo-Nazis; and the future of Russia. Please support my work.
Mar 21 2022
1 hr 12 mins
Kees Van Der Pijl on NATO, Russia, Ukraine, and the dying West
Kees van der Pijl is a political scientist and former professor of international politics at the University Of Sussex. He is known for his critical approach to global political economics, and has published a bunch of books. He has been on my podcast before, in which he chatted about Covid lies. In this conversation, Kees discusses propaganda wars; historical background of Russia and Ukraine; the importance of Crimea and the eastern regions of Ukraine; why NATO are not the good guys; why the US government has blood on its hands; why the West hates Russia; and whether or not Putin is a globalist. This is a long discussion, but well worth the time because he covers a lot of ground. Kees is an absolute gentleman and scholar. Please support my work.
Mar 18 2022
1 hr 51 mins
Mikki Willis on people waking up
Mikki Willis is an American filmmaker, entrepreneur, and director of the documentary “Plandemic”, which is the most watched (and censored) documentary in history. He is the founder of movie production company Elevate Films, which has a mission to “utilise the power of the media in a positive way”. Mikki joined me for a conversation about working in the film industry; corporates and governments censoring truth; how the left has become everything it opposed; having a healthy distrust in the medical industry; and the importance of family. Please support my work.
Mar 14 2022
Alison Morrow on why journalism is rubbish
Alison Morrow is a journalist and former producer at FOX. She has a very popular podcast and YouTube channel. Alison left traditional television media to pursue a career as an online personality, publishing content on multiple platforms. She also moved out of the city and into the countryside. In our conversation, we chatted about the problems with journalism; the greatness of living off the grid; why parallel societies matter; liberal and conservative ideologies; and family values. Please support my work.
Mar 10 2022
1 hr 12 mins
Del Bigtree on vaccine fraud and misinformation
Del Bigtree is an American television and film producer, as well as CEO of the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN). He produced the documentary Vaxxed, featuring Andrew Wakefield, and hosts a show on The HighWire. Del joined me for a conversation surrounding vaccine fraud and misinformation largely driven by pharmaceutical and government interests at the expense of good science and safety. Please support my work.
Mar 7 2022
1 hr 1 min