My journey to understand the world as it really is, from health to geopolitics to climate change to personal growth to everything else.
It’s about defeating bad ideas with good ideas.
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Iain Davis on the global power structure
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 on Orania, Afrikaners, and self determination
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.
Ernst Wolff on the deliberate destruction of the global economy
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.
Scott Adams on Dilbert, Trump, and hypnosis
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 on the warning signs of totalitarianism
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 on understanding body language
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.
Mark McDonald hits the nail smack-dab on the head! So insightful and constructive in making some sense of the current confusion. Thank you Mark and Jerm for having some balls!
The last episode had a lot of sound quality issues