Canadian Patriot Podcast bringing together Canadians to discuss , Canadian current events and issues, firearms, self reliance, and personal liberty. New episodes air weekly and the live unedited show is normally recorded Monday night at 9 eastern on You Tube.
CPP294 - Fight Club
April Book Club is Fight Club, by Chuck Palahniuk. Ian, Gavin, and Andrew discuss the book and why it may be the only book where the film was better. Maybe it wasn’t really about anything, but maybe it was about nothing. We also have a short recap of the Varusteleka Remote Military March that some panellists participated in.
CPP293 - Police State of Mind
Gavin, Ian, and Benny are on the panel to address listener feedback, talk about the Nova Scotia Massacre 1 year later, and more COVID news.
CPP292 - COVID Shots
Gavin, Dave, Ian, and Younger Andrew are on the panel this week to discuss the COVID pandemic.
CPP290 - Retrun to Sender
March Book club part two, Andrew and Gavin continue to discuss Industrial Society and Its Future by Theodore Kaczynski’s.
CPP290 - industrial society and its future
March Book club Andrew and Gavin discuss Industrial Society and Its Future by Theodore Kaczynski’s. The longest discussion on the shortest work for book club yet. Next week we’ll cover the second half of the essa
CPP289 -Ranch Davidian
This week Darren from Thor Haven Farm joins us to talk about self-reliance, getting in to prepping, and growing your own food. Darren previously owned One Shot Tactical Supply, and recently moved to Quebec.
What does Peter Nygard and a long dead Inn keeper have in common with Canadian Intelligence member? Is it to do with the dead inn keeper wanting to help his son find closure from an attempted abduction in Toronto in 1977-78?
Was the kid ”Ugly” set up by his dads good friend whom happened to be a child trafficking biker? Is the dead inn keepers son and two children of 7 and 8 years being used to keep his this witness silenced still to this day? And what’s it all got to do with an x Olympic snowboarder and an IT guy? Let’s all hope to know more from Tim Sawa at CBC?
My Kind of People
I like this podcast so much, that I even re-downloaded this damn Apple Podcast app just to leave a review. THAT should tell you everything you need to know, but if not, it is reasonable (ish) people discussing Canadian issues from a more conservative/libertarian perspective.
If you like guns, booze and less government all up in your business, this is the podcast for you. Okay, even if you are not big on the first two things, I think you will like the discussion between everyone on current issues, books and other things Canadian.
I like how these guys discuss topics that I’m interested in, and go into the details that main stream news would never go near.
Keep it up. These are actual current events that affect all of us.