Iain Davis is an author and investigative journalist.
He discusses the global partnerships between corporations, NGOs, and governments; how one-world governance is being achieved through policymaking and policy distribution; why voting doesn't matter; who is pulling the public strings; and what we can do to protect ourselves from globalist tyranny.
Joost Strydom is the spokesman for Orania.
Orania is a fast-growing semi-autonomous Afrikaner town in the middle of South Africa.
Joost discusses how it came into existence; why the town is based on traditional Christian values; who is welcome to live there; and what the long-term expansion of the town looks like.
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Ernst Wolff is a journalist and author.
He discusses how the central banks are deliberately destroying the global economy; why the "pandemic" is a catalyst towards a new financial system; who are the people pulling the strings; and what we can do to resist the tyranny.
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM SEPTEMBER 2020.
Scott Adams is my favourite cartoonist.
Everybody knows his comic strip Dilbert.
But the reason why Scott is my favourite cartoonist spans beyond Dilbert. Scott’s insight into the world is unmatched, and you can find evidence of this simply by following his blog or by reading his non-Dilbert commentary.
Michael Esfeld is a professor of Philosophy Of Science at the University Of Lausanne in Switzerland.
He is very worried about what is happening to science (and the way in which we gather knowledge), and thinks that it's becoming too cult-like, centralised, and closed.
Michael chats about the differences between open and closed societies; why freedom is fragile; how to tell when science is political; and the importance of doing your own research.
Joe Navarro is a public speaker, author, and former FBI agent.
He spent over two decades, applying his expertise in body language, leading SWAT teams and catching spies.
In this conversation, Joe chats about the importance of nonverbal communication; terrible handshakes; how the digital era is affecting body language; and why it is that my buddies and I hit one another for fun.
Rahim Taghizadegan is an Austrian economist, author, and president of the Free Private Cities project.
He explains why city states are a great idea for liberty and prosperity; why more people should know about the Hanseatic League; and why European countries are going to end up like African countries.
Mark McDonald is a psychiatrist and author.
He provides therapy and medication treatment to patients of all ages in a private, convenient office located in West Los Angeles. He is board certified in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry, as well as a candidate in adult psychoanalysis.
John Titus is a lawyer and YouTuber.
His YouTube channel is called Best Evidence (
) and focuses mainly on the central banking system.
John chatted to me about the history of central banks; why we have them; how the debt-based monetary system is imploding; what CBDCs are; how this "pandemic" is entirely linked to central bankers; Going Direct; and what he sees in his crystal ball.
What John outlines here is the root of everything that's happening around us, right now.
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM OCTOBER 2020.Dricus Du Plessis is a South African professional mixed martial artist (MMA) currently competing in the Middleweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).At the time of writing this, he has won 15 out of 17 fights, with six being via knockouts.Furthermore, he recently spoke out against farm murders, which was great to see. (Of course, the mainstream media doesn’t like that.)Dricus chatted to me about his career, his diet, farm murders, and why he loses most fights against his girlfriend. WATCH THE CONVERSATION
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM JANUARY 2020.
Titania McGrath is a parody Twitter account created and run by comedian and Spiked columnist Andrew Doyle. He describes her as "a militant vegan who thinks she is a better poet than William Shakespeare."
Andrew chatted to me about the importance of satire and why postmodernism is destructive and an absolute tragedy of reason.
Woke culture, an offshoot of postmodernism, is a mindset steeped in racism, sexism, censorship, intolerance, bullying, and narcism.
It’s about gaining power through feigning grievances.
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM JUNE 2020.
David Harris enjoys gin, Ozzy Osbourne, and making porn with his wife.
He is also a magister in the Church Of Satan.
David joined me for a conversation about what it means to be a Satanist; why they don’t drink goat’s blood; symbolism and attire are just fun props; and why Anton LaVey’s church does not worship the Devil.
Satanism has always been portrayed as evil and, while I find the celebration of self-worship and degeneracy unappealing, David’s brand of Satanism doesn’t appear to be evil in the way I was taught as a kid.
Conversely, he makes good points about evil being committed in the name of other religions such as Christianity and Islam.
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM AUGUST 2020.Dr David Klatzow is a forensic scientist who knows what happened to SAA flight 295 (“Helderberg”) in the 1987 air disaster, and has spent around three decades researching the catastrophe.Here’s the summary."South African Airways Flight 295 was a commercial flight from Taiwan to South Africa, with a stopover in Mauritius. On 28 November 1987, the aircraft serving the flight, a Boeing 747 Combi named Helderberg, experienced a catastrophic in-flight fire in the cargo area, broke up in mid-air, and crashed into the Indian Ocean east of Mauritius, killing all 159 people on board."And here’s the official conclusion."The official inquiry, headed by Judge Cecil Margo, was unable to determine the cause of the fire. This lack of a conclusion led to conspiracy theories being advanced and a subsequent post-apartheid investigation, in the years following the accident."The governmental line is that it was all just an aeronautical accident.I don’t buy it.And neither does Dr David Klatzow. WATCH THE CONVERSATION
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM NOVEMBER 2020.Brother of Schabir Shaik, Moe Shaik is the former head of South Africa’s Secret Service.That aside, his résumé is extensive.Moe was also the CEO of the International Division at the Development Bank Of Southern Africa; CEO of CorpAfrica (Pty) Limited; a consul general position in Germany; an ambassadorship position at the Democratic Republic Of Algeria; a special advisor position to the former minister of Foreign Affairs (Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma); and head of policy research at the Department Of Foreign Affairs.He also released a book earlier this year, The ANC Spy Bible, which is basically about espionage and related accusations within the governing party. WATCH THE CONVERSATION
THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM JULY 2020. Frans Cronje is the (former) head of the South African Institute Of Race Relations (IRR), an advocacy organisation that fights for classically liberal values and ideas. WATCH THE CONVERSATION
THIS PODCAST IS BEST WHEN VIEWED AS A VIDEO.Roman Bystrianyk is the co-author of 'Dissolving Illusions', which details facts and figures from long-overlooked medical journals, books, newspapers, and other sources. Using myth-shattering graphs, this book shows that vaccines, antibiotics, and other medical interventions are not responsible for the increase in lifespan and the decline in mortality from infectious diseases. If the medical profession could systematically misinterpret and ignore key historical information, the question must be asked, “What else is ignored and misinterpreted today?” Watch the slideshow
Dr Piers Robinson is Co-Director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies, convenor of the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media and associated researcher with the Working Group on Propaganda and the 9/11 Global ‘War on Terror’. He has served on the boards of several academic journals.Professor/Chair in Politics, Society and Political Journalism, University of Sheffield, 2016-2019. Piers's website
Dr Tom Cowan argues that Germ Theory is nonsense and that viruses do not cause disease, and have never been shown to.
According to Dr Tom Cowan’s website, he is
a well-known alternative medicine doctor, author and speaker, with a common-sense, holistic approach to health and wellness.
But here’s the exciting bit.
Following my heart led me to a conception of science, medicine and the world at large that was radically different from anything I was taught in school. My ideas, such as the heart is not a pump, blocked arteries are not the main cause of heart attacks, vaccines are ineffective and unsafe, cancer is not a genetic disease, and the “war on cancer” has been an utter failure, have been the subjects of three of my books.
Recently, because of current events, I turned my questioning gaze on the widely accepted theory —so accepted that it now lives in our culture as truth — that germs (bacteria and viruses) cause disease.
Tom’s views echo those of Dr Andrew Kaufman and Dr Sam Bailey and others.
As the inventor of PCR - Kary Mullis - said, science is not about being right; it’s about being wrong.
This is a re-upload from 4 May 2020.Not that he needs an introduction, but Herman Mashaba is the former mayor of Johannesburg and a South African with a tremendously inspirational history.--"Mashaba was brought up in near-poverty in GaRamotse in Hammanskraal, Gauteng, by his sisters while his absent domestic-worker mother worked to provide for the family. His older brother dropped out of school at 15, going from one unsubstantial job to another. Mashaba realised that acquiring an education would be crucial for him to break out of the cycle of poverty. He graduated from high school but did not complete his tertiary education. From a young age, he was a strategic thinker - he bought a car without having a license and drove out of the dealership without ever having learned to drive. He drove himself from one selling job to another, in the process confirming for himself that he was a natural salesman with an unswerving instinct for business."--Basically, he grew up during an oppressive system in a broken home, and overcame all of that by not letting go of his belief in God, self worth, and family values.I’m not a fan of his current politics, but I am a fan of his story. Watch the conversation
The brothers Fred and Richard Fairbrass, of Right Said Fred, chat to me about writing uplifting music; mask and vaccine mandates; fake news and Trump; the disaster that is Boris Johnson; and we review The Handmaid's Tale.They last joined my podcast about a year ago, so this was an excuse to catch up and have a laugh. Support my work