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Matthew Ehret of Canadian Patriot, one of the most important of the younger generation of intellectuals shaped by 9/11, discusses his brand-new published-two-hours-before-showtime article “Can Britain Break From Feudalism or Will King Charles’ Great Reset Go Unchallenged?” Matt raises some interesting questions: *Why was the Great Reset officially launched by none other than then-Prince, now-King,... Listen
Christopher Fogarty discusses his recently-revised book Ireland 1845-1850: The Perfect Holocaust and Who Kept It “Perfect”. The book presents detailed evidence supporting its claim that millions of Irish, the best estimate being 5.2 million, were murdered by the British government between 1845 and 1850. Contrary to the Irish Holocaust deniers’ claims of a mythical “potato... Listen
After the UK passed a law targeting “nonviolent extremists” Nick Kollerstrom turned himself in Listen HERE In honor of Anthony Black’s terrific new review of Nick Kollerstrom’s book Terror on the Tube, I’m replaying my November 25, 2009 with Kollerstrom and his publisher John Leonard. Below is the original posting. -KB, 7/5/2021 Live Interview with... Listen
First 20 minutes: James Thring is a retired architect-planner concerned about the Middle East since Israel’s 1967 War. He designed the first Cambridge Autonomous House in 1971 with a view to helping people isolated from public services, as in Palestine, and applied the technology to a plan for Saharan Libya in 1975. He has been... Listen