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The Ochelli Effect: Turkey News Economy

From Ochelli.com

The Author of The War State takes questions from listeners and talks about the pressures from other national markets on the U.S. economy. What effect is Trump having on business in general? Is there a silent inflation built into the current situation?

The crazy world of Elon Musk is in the news. What can the crashes of the past tell us about the future?

Second hour Pearse Redmond takes on Qanon, what the MSM isn’t talking about, and much more. Is there a cage match in the future for the reality TV fool in the Whitehouse and his former apprentice? What does Pearse think of the latest on the performance artist formerly known as Alex Jones?

Is everyone enjoying the show? Is the real Turkey something we should name Trump?

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Porkins Policy Radio episode 154 The end of Alex Jones with Robbie Martin and Jon Gold

This week I discussed the recent banning of Alex Jones on several tech platforms from two different perspectives. In the first hour Robbie Martin joined me to discuss the negative aspects of this. We talked about the dangers of censorship and what this may mean for the future of alternative media. Then we addressed the latest on the ever evolving Qanon saga. Robbie and I inquired how this may be related to the banning of Jones.

In the second hour Jon Gold joined me to talk about why Alex Jones got what he deserved. We discuss why Apple, Facebook, and other companies were justified in banning Jones from using their platforms. Jon discussed Jones’ history as a 9/11 and conspiracy profiteer, and his recent lawsuit against Sandy Hook victims. We talked about the dangers of social media. Jon and I also touched on patriotism in sports and why we, personally, can’t watch football and baseball anymore.

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Show Notes:

A Very Heavy Agenda

Media Roots

We Were Lied To About 9/11

Alex Jones hit with bans from Facebook and Apple

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: We Haven’t Banned Alex Jones Because He Hasn’t Violated Our Rules

It’s Looking Extremely Likely That QAnon Is A Leftist Prank On Trump Supporters

Alex Jones, Pursued Over Infowars Falsehoods, Faces a Legal Crossroads

Not All “Truthers” Are Equal

Porkins Policay Radio episode 152 Who is Jeffrey Epstein with Sam Spadino

This week my guest is comedian and activist Sam Spadino. Sam recently made headlines for getting thrown out of a Trump rally in Duluth for holding up a picture of Trump and Jeffrey Epstein with the caption, “Who is Jeffrey Epstein?” Sam and I talk about the day in question and what it was like. We discuss the sentiment at the rally and the strange announcements made about how to deal with protesters. Sam explains how he got the signs in and the experience of making eye contact with the president while holding up the picture. Sam talks about the media attention the protest received. We talk about how Fox news covered this story and the less than polite way they spoke about Sam and his hair. Sam also address the negative comments he has received from Trump supporters. Later Sam and I talk about the importance of exposing Epstein and his friends in high places. We also present the reasons for why we think real progress can be made regarding this issue. I finish off by touching on Alex Jones’ recent absurd claim that Mueller is protecting Epstein, and his desire to duel him politically.

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Show Notes:

@partydino

Trivia Against Humanity

Full protest video FOX News

An open letter to Donald Trump, from the ‘man-bunned protester’ in Duluth

Man-bunned protester turns out to be ‘full-time human guinea pig’ and aspiring comedian

‘Was that a man or a woman?’: Trump mocks man-bunned protester in Minnesota

Alex Jones threatens Mueller: ‘You’re going to get it, or I’m going to die trying’

Porkins Policy Radio episode 79 Jane Doe 43 Lawsuit Against Jeffrey Epstein

Porkins Policy Radio episode 82 Ed Opperman on Epstein Case/ 75th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066

The Opperman Report: Jeffrey Epstein Update

The Opperman Report: Pearse Redmond on Claude Taylor, Jeffrey Epstein Updates and much more

Bribery, gay porn, and copyright trolls: The rise and fall of lawyer Marc Randazza

Porkins Policy Radio episode 145 The Tommy Robinson Con and Qanon’s Coup

In the first hour Keelan Balderson of WideShut.co.uk joins us to talk about the truth behind Tommy Robinson’s arrest and the media circus that surrounds it. Keelan explains the legal reasons for why Robinson was held in contempt of court. He also discusses how Robinson posed a serious threat to the criminal case he was pretending to “expose.” Keelan talks about how Robinson’s actions could have actually helped the alleged pedophiles get off. Keelan and I discuss the Rotherham and Rochdale child sex ring scandals and the real journalists and activist’s who uncovered it. We also explore the history of Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, aka Tommy Robinson, aka Andrew McMaster, aka Paul Harris. Keelan explains the circumstances where Tommy grew up in Luton. Including the extremist cult group Al Muhajiroun and their connections to the security services, and the connections between far right football hooligan groups and the security services. Keelan and I also discuss the history behind the English Defense League and the role that extremist Zionist groups have played in its formation.

In the second hour Robbie Martin of Media Roots and A Very Heavy Agenda joins us to discuss the latest developments in the ongoing Qanon saga. Robbie tells us about the recent break-up Alex Jones and Jerome Corsi had with their once beloved Q. We talk about how Qanon has continued to evolve both in substance and influence. Robbie lays out his theories for Q being a person or persons working directly for Trump himself. We also talk about the way that Qanon has been able to cultivate a massive following of rabid supporters, who will essentially do whatever is asked of them. Robbie and I also touch on how Qanon has helped to humanize lunatics like John Bolton and Rudy Giuliani. Robbie also gives us his take on Giuliani’s latest pronouncement about Trump being able to kill James Comey and get away with it.

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Show Notes:

Why Tommy Robinson Was Jailed For Contempt of Court

Tommy Robinson Jailed: The Truth

Who Are The English Defence League?

Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal

qmap.pub

Media Root Radio – North Korea Summit & Iran Deal Neoconned, QAnon Loses Control, Rudy’s Bad Advice

WikiLeaks Calls QAnon A Likely ‘Pied Piper’ Operation

Roger Stone to Associate: “Prepare to Die”

Porkins Policy Radio episode 130 Homeland Season 7 Premiere with Tom Secker

Tom Secker of Spy Culture joins me to discuss the season 7 premiere of Homeland. We start off by giving a quick recap of the previous season which saw a faction of the deep state attempt to assassinate President Elect Elibazeth Keane. Tom and I then dive into this season, which breaks with Homeland protocol, and picks up 52 days after the events of season 6. We talk about where we are: President Keane locking up the supposed coup plotters, Carrie trying to expose her overreach, and Brett O’Keefe trying to “tell the truth.” We discuss our general thoughts on this griping first episode and discuss why we are excited for the season progression. We then move onto one of the main themes of this season, the various characters defense and love of the state. Tom and I look at Carrie and Saul and how they represent the “good” CIA trying to restore democracy and civil liberties. We talk about the clever way show runner Alex Gansa and the CIA have inserted this idea without even mentioning the agency once. Tom and I also talk about my favorite character Brett O’Keefe, also known as Alex Jones. Later on we explore the real world parallels that Homeland is introducing including: fractured political state, the threat of an omnipresent deep state after the president, and how Homeland mimics the way families are being torn apart by Trump’s America.

In the second hour Tom and I talk about the interesting mention of 4chan by O’Keefe. I also talk about my theory that they are obliquely referencing Qanon in this episode. We then move onto the climactic scene where coup plotter General McClendon is assassinated inside a federal prison. Tom and I theorize as to who was behind this. I lay out my theory that this may have been a third unknown actor, most likely the Russians. Tom and I finish off by touching on a very revealing interview Alex Gansa gave to Variety. We talk about Gansa’s comments that the CIA is working with the New York Times and the Washington Post, as well as his own reference to the deep state going after Trump. I round out the episode by going off about the recent cornstarch anthrax letter that was sent to Donald Trump Jr. I talk about Jack Posobiec’s idiotic comments and lack of historical knowledge about the government orchestrated 2001 Anthrax attacks, as well as Julian Assange’s claims that he received a letter with white powder.

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Show Notes:

SpyCulture.com

Homeland Season 7

‘Homeland’ Boss on Season 7’s Trump Inspiration, Alex Jones and RIP Peter Quinn

PPR episode 125 North Korea Anthrax Propaganda with Robbie Martin

American Anthrax v1.5

Donald Trump Jr.’s Wife Taken to Hospital After White-Powder Scare

Julian Assange claims package containing ‘threat’ and ‘white powdery substance’ sent to him at Ecuadorian embassy

Porkins Policy Radio episode 126 Wayne Madsen and Andrew Kreig on Trump, Epstein, and the Waterbury Connection

Investigative reporters Wayne Madsen and Andrew Kreig join me today to discuss their recent investigation into Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein’s 1994 rape of a 12 year old girl name “Maria.” We begin by talking about the tip that led them to look into this case. We then look into Maria’s hometown of Waterbury, Connecticut and the circumstances surrounding her abduction outside of Nash’s Pizzeria. Wayne and Andrew discuss Waterbury’s history of covering up sexual abuse scandals. They focus on former GOP mayor Phil Giordano who was caught on an FBI wiretap talking about payments for sex with two girls aged 10 and 8. Andrew and Wayne talk about how with case was covered up and the lengths to which the Waterbury government has gone to shield the public from this dark chapter. We then return specifically to the case of Maria. Wayne talks about the Kaite Johnson civil suit against Trump and Epstein for rape, and how Johnson directly referred to Maria in her criminal complaint. Wayne mentions that Trump specifically threatened Johnson that is she ever told anyone about what happened she would disappear like Maria. Andrew then talks about the roadblocks that the Waterbury government has set up with regards to Maria’s story. Andrew discusses how Waterbury Corporation Counsel Linda Wihbey has blocked their request for the original police report into Maria’s disappearance.

We begin the second hour by looking at several recent revelations about Trump and Epstein’s close friendship. The three of us touch on how the media continues to avoid these topics every time they are brought up. We pay particular attention to Steve Bannon’s overt reference to Katie Johnson’s rape in a Vanity Fair article. Later we look at Michael Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury which contains references to Trump and Tom Barrack’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. Wayne and Andrew speculate about this alleged trio, and if this had something to do with Trump’s desire to appoint Barrack as chief of staff. We also go into Alexander Acosta’s history of helping cover up massive scandals like Jack Abramoff and the UBS tax evasion. We then discuss Acosta’s appointment by Trump as Labor Secretary. We round out the conversation by touching on the bogus Pizzagate story and its suspicious timing that coincided with Kaite Johnson’s lawsuit. We look at how Trump’s most ardent supporters continue to buy into these false conspiracy theories and defend him. Andrew and Wayne finish by talking about the next steps they will be taking to investigate Maria’s abuse.

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Show Notes:

Wayne Madsen Report

The Justice Integrity Project

Welcome To Waterbury: The City That Holds Secrets That Could Bring Down Trump

Porkins Poliy Radio episode 112 Stephen Paddock, Vegas Shooting, and Lack of Logical Thinking

On this solo show I discuss the Vegas Shooting and Stephen Paddock. I start off by talking about the Vegas Police and their track record as being unprofessional and trigger happy. The allegations that the police didn’t help evacuate the concert, and that the cover up my stem from their failures are explored. I then begin laying out the facts as we know them about the shooting, Paddock and Marilou Danley. I look into the ever changing narrative, including the latest development regarding hotel security guard Jesus Campos. Then I explore Stephen Paddock and try to make sense of who he was. I look at the reports that he was a mean loner type person, as well as an avid gun enthusiast. I pay particular attention to his obsessive gambling habits and the odd life of a compulsive gambler. Later I discuss his girlfriend Marilou Danley and try to make sense of their relationship. The first hour ends with me looking at some of the more interesting points of this investigation including: what happened beginning in October of 2016 and his fathers criminal background.

In the second hour I take a hard look at the media’s role in crafting this story. I explore how both the the mainstream and conspiracy media are working hand in hand in presenting us a confused and contradictory narrative. I talk about how the media is selling us not just the shooting but literally selling us advertisements. I also discuss why the mainstream and conspiracy media enjoy having complete explanations to any event. I finish off by discussing Paddock’s apparent gambling addiction and ponder if this didn’t play a larger role in the shooting. I talk about the lifestyle of gamblers, the problems they face, and how this effects their views on reality. I also touch on the transhumanist aspects of being “one with the machine” that many addicts of video slots embrace. I ask the question if gambling addiction and the casino’s are two big culprits in what transpired on October 1st 2017.

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Show Notes:

PPR Special Podcast: Ed Opperman on the Las Vegas Shooting

Here’s a timeline of the Las Vegas shooting — with the crucial detail police left out last time

Las Vegas Mass Shooting News Conference, Afternoon Briefing

Las Vegas Shooting News Conference (4th news conference)

What We Know About Las Vegas Gunman Stephen Paddock

Las Vegas shooter recalled as intelligent gambler well-versed on gun rights

The Father of the Las Vegas Shooter Was a Notorious Bank Robber Who Escaped From Prison

Portrait emerging of Las Vegas shooter as man ‘descending into madness’

New information on Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock

New details emerge about Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock and girlfriend Marilou Danley

Las Vegas Strip shooter prescribed anti-anxiety drug in June

Vegas shooter bought 33 guns in past year

Las Vegas sheriff: gunman planned to survive and may have had help

Las Vegas gunman booked Chicago hotel rooms overlooking Lollapalooza: sources

Investigators looking for mystery woman seen with Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock

Frugal Las Vegas gunman ate at retirees’ $3.50 lunch

Cops reveal contents of Vegas madman’s cryptic note

Las Vegas shooting: Woman told crowd ‘you’re all going to f***ing die’ before attack started

Did an Unidentified Woman Warn Las Vegas Concert-Goers They Were ‘All Going to Die’?

Marilou Danley: What we know about Las Vegas gunman’s companion

Las Vegas shooting: Who is Marilou Danley – and where is she?

Vegas shooter’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley, never expected ‘violence’ from him: ‘I loved him’

Las Vegas shooting: Former Gold Coast mother cleared of any involvement in partner Stephen Paddock’s killing spree

Prostitute reveals Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock hired her for sick rape fantasises and boasted he was “born bad”

Porkins Policy Radio episode 90 Revolutionary Round Table with Chuck Ochelli and Tom Secker

Chuck Ochelli and Tom Secker join me today for a discussion on the current “revolutions” going on within society. We start off by looking at Snowden and his role as a synthetic agent of revolution. We then look at the rise of the alt-right and their political rhetoric. We talk about how it has now cool to be a right-winger, and how it is both counter culture and revolutionary to be right wing. We look at the role that the government may be playing in fomenting these so called revolutionary movements. The three of us also look at the rise of far right and far left groups and how they are both being manipulated into committing acts of violence. We explore the recent clashes in Berkeley and how it represents the devolution of political thought.

In the second hour Chuck and I rant about the collective passivity of American society. We talk about the decline in entertainment and how the lack of public outrage only feeds it. Chuck talks about the role that mass consumerism is playing and the threat that it poses to us. We expand this out into the political realm and explore how this has lead us to accept military airstrikes in Syria and elsewhere. Chuck and I also talk about the downfall and possible comeback of Bill O’Reily and the performance artist formerly known as Alex Jones. We also talk about the recent war of words with North Korea.

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Porkins Policy Radio episode 89 Homeland Season 6 Finale with Tom Secker

Tom Secker joins me to wrap up our series of episodes focusing on the sixth season of Homeland. We begin by discussing our thoughts on seeing Dar Adal behind bars (I was quite upset about this). We then move onto some of the major . We discuss what the overarching goals are for the CIA. Ideas and moments in the final two episodes. Tom and I discuss the significance of the show talking about the infamous Office of Policy Coordination and its role in the attempted assassination against the President Elect. We explore why the agency would want the show to mention this. Tom and I also dissect Saul’s assertion that they are fighting back against a CIA engineered coup. Tom talk’s about how this is an oft used plot device in CIA sponsored media. The agency has long glorified the violent revolution orchestrated by themselves. Tom and I ponder if this is one of the goals of this season. We also talk about how this season of Homeland has managed to mimic our current political system better than any other show to date. We touch on the fact that Donald Trump reversed course on all his promises at the same time that the fictional Homeland president does a similar reversal. We also touch on this seasons continued use of the concept of a deep state, and the idea that the CIA are the good guys fighting against it.

In the second hour Tom and I discuss the recent admission by Alex Jones’ lawyer that he is in fact nothing more than a performance artist. We talk about how in some ways this mimics the Brett O’Keefe character on Homeland. Tom and I talk about the impact that this will have on both the alt-media and politics in general. We touch on the idea that there is a reshuffling going on within sectors of the right-wing mainstream and alternative media. I finish off the episode by talking about the recent passing of Will Grigg, his legacy, and how we can help out his family.

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Show Notes:

Spy Culture

Homeland Season 6

InfoWars’ Alex Jones is a ‘performance artist playing a character’ says his lawyer

Pro Libertate

Will Grigg Family Fund

Porkins Policy Radio episode 86 Homeland Predicted the Deep State and Alex Jones with Tom Secker

Tom Secker returns for the second installment of our discussion on the sixth season of Homeland. We begin with a quick recap of the past several episodes before diving into the big themes going on this season. Tom and I begin by focusing on the character of Dar Adal and the notion that he represents a faction of the now infamous deep state. We talk about the mysterious private intelligence firm that Adal is using for assassinations, false flag bombings, and information operations. Tom and I discuss what exactly the CIA is getting out of having their favorite TV portray such a nefarious and shadowy organization at the center of the season plot-line. We also touch on the fact that the CIA is virtually nonexistent in this season and what that may mean. The two of us talk about the fact that Homeland has successfully made this whole season revolve around the meme of “fake news” and big data as a powerful tool for manipulation. We talk about the fact that these ideas were woven into the script months before they became talking points for the general public. Tom talks about the power of the fake news meme as a tool of the CIA and National Security State. We also explore the character of Brett O’Keefe who is the greatest characterization of Alex Jones ever. Tom and I talk about O’Keefe’s role as a deep state contractor for Dar Adal, and his efforts to create sock puppet accounts to influence public opinion.

In the second hour Tom ask the question if the CIA is telling us that Alex Jones is in fact an agency asset through Homeland. We explore the various interpretations of the O’Keefe – Jones character and what the CIA may be trying to tell us about the alt-media and conspiracy culture in general. Tom also tells us about his articles in The American Journal of Economics and Sociology. I finish off the show by discussing the increasingly dire situation in Yemen and why no one is talking about it.

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Show Notes:

Watch Homeland season 6

The data that turned the world upside down

Thousands of Yemenis rally in Sanna on war’s second anniversary

Trump administration weighs deeper involvement in Yemen war

UNICEF report on Yemen – Falling through the Cracks

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