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Porkins Policy Radio episode 164 2018 Election Special with JP Sottile and Ed Opperman

JP Sottile joined me in the first hour for our 2018 Midterm Election Special. JP talked about the massive amounts of data coming in regarding this highly contested midterm. We talked about the role of women voters, MeToo, and the side shows like the “Migrant Caravan.” Later JP and I discussed several interesting Senate races including Missouri. JP also talked about Trump’s use of neo-fascist imagery and rhetoric to energize his base.

Ed Opperman joined me for the second hour of the election special. We talked about the broken healthcare system and support for universal healthcare. Ed talked about the watered down socialists and alleged left leaning candidates like Beto O’Rourke and Ocasio Cortez. We discussed whether these politicians are actually making things worse for us. We also touched on Ted Cruz, Curtis Sliwa, and the dangers of iphone’s.

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Show Notes:

NewsVandal.com

Midterms Takeaway: Trump’s Purified Party

OppermanReport.com

Trump Midterm press conference

KatieAguilera.com

SeekingRedress.com

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Porkins Policy Radio episode 161 Sam Spadino on Trump Daddy Issues and Kanye West with War Criminals

Comedian and activist Sam Spadino joined me this week. We spoke about his latest attempt to ask Donald Trump the simple question, “Who is Jeffrey Epstein”? Sam talked about his arrest at a Trump rally in Rochester, Minnesota. He talked about actually happened and set the record straight. We discussed his time in jail and the the charges brought against him which include resisting arrest and trespassing. Sam also discussed his two conversations with the Secret Service. We touched on the idea that Sam is being monitored, and why Trump is so terrified of people bringing up his relationship with Epstein. Sam also explained why he started yelling Dad as he was being thrown out of the rally.

Later Sam and I talked about the way that many Trump supporters view him as a father figure. We discussed how unhealthy this is, and the effects that it is having on people. We touched on Kanye West’s recent comments about not having a strong male figure in his life. And his desire to have Trump be his daddy. I finish off the show by ranting about Kanye West hanging out with war criminal Yoweri Museveni. I talked about Musevini’s genocide against the Acholi people and how Kanye is not now nor ever will be Tupac.

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Show Notes:

@PartyDino

Footage of Sam being taken out of rally

‘Man-bunned’ menace arrested at Donald Trump rally, jailed, interrogated… twice

6 Things to know about Trump protester Sam Spadino

Kanye West meets Yoweri Museveni, gifts him pair of Yeezys

A Brilliant Genocide

Ugandan Presidnet Worse Than Idi Amin

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael Ep. 30: Pearse Redmond on The Sordid Saga of Jeffrey Epstein, Pt. 2: The Details

From Parallax Views

On this edition of Parallax Views you’ll hear the second part of a conversation with Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review and the Open Minds Foundation on the sordid saga of disgraced billionaire and child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

In this edition we delve into some of the other players in this sordid story. You’ll hear the major characters who have aided and abetted Epstein, such as Ghislaine Maxwell, Sarah Kellen, Lesley Groff, and Natalya Malyshev, as well as a web of connections that tie figures like Roger Stone and Mike Cernovich, at least in nominal, peripheral way, to the scandalous world of Jeffrey Epstein.

From there we delve into the latest chapter in the Epstein Saga, namely Steve Bannon recent low-key, secretive meeting with the disgraced billionaire. This leads us down another rabbit hole in the form of the Bannon voter fraud house, or as some would call it the Bannon meth and porn house due to what was found in it. It’s a story that’s truly stranger than fiction.

All this and more in part two of Parallax Views conversation with Pearse Redmond on the Sordid Saga of Jeffrey Epstein. You won’t want to miss this!

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Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael : Ep. 29 Pearse Redmond on The Sordid Saga of Jeffrey Epstein, Pt. 1: The Overview

From Parallax Views

On this edition of Parallax Views you’ll hear the first part of a conversation with Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review and the Open Minds Foundation on the sordid saga of disgraced billionaire and child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Much has been made of Jeffrey Epstein, often refered to as the “Billionaire Pedophile”, by right-wing pundits due to his connections with Bill Clinton. However, mum’s the word when it comes to Epstein’s relationship to current President of the United States. We begin by giving a brief summary of who Epstein is for listeners who may not be familiar with him. Pearse unpacks how Epstein first came on the radar as a sex offender before discussing the often overlooked relationship between Epstein and Trump. From there we dive into the Palm Beach police force and FBI’s involvement in the Epstein case as well as a discussion of the possible psychology behind Epstein’s sex offences. Pearse points out a number of details about how Epstein has deflected criticism, the manipulative tactics Epstein used to perpetrate his crimes, and Epstein’s targeting of young girls from lower income neighborhoods. In particular, Pearse highlights the massive power imbalances in the relationships between Epstein and the underage girls he sought out.

We then delve more into Epstein’s background, which is decidedly of a working class/poorer strata than old money elites, and how this may factor into his psychology. Pearse and I note the extravagant image that Epstein, like Trump, has cultivated for himself as well as delving into Epstein’s need to climb the social ladder. Pearse delves into how Epstein went from a lower class status into the world of elites. This leads to a discussion of Epstein’s career in the financial career and philanthropic foundation which themselves seem to be colored by possibly shady chicanery including his being mentored by white collar ponzi scheme criminal Steven Hoffenberg.

In part two of the conversation we will take a deep dive into some of the other players in the sordid saga of Epstein’s child sex offences, the possible web of connections that tie Epstein to figures like Roger Stone, and the recent low-key, secretive meeting that took place between Epstein and right-wing man of infamy Steve Bannon.

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Open Minds On Air episode 6 Conspiracy Theories with Yuval Laor

From OpenMindsFoundation.org

This month Pearse Redmond and Yuval Laor explore the issue of conspiracy theories and their power to manipulate individuals and groups. They start off by discussing the popular Qanon theory, breaking down how adherents to this and many other conspiracy theories operate within the structure of a secret society, and the dangers of being in a secret society. Yuval also discusses the concept of “argument from strangeness” and how this factors into both conspiracy theories and miracles. Later they touch on why authoritarian groups such as cults often employ conspiracy theories in order to control and manipulate their members. Finally, they close out the show by discussing the danger of dismissing all conspiracy theories, and the human need to question authority, using the fabricated Nayirah Testimony and the Iraqi WMD’s as examples to support their arguments.

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PPR Bonus podcast ep 20 Isa Blumi on Yemen War updates and Qatari and Turkish Connection

This month Associate Professor at Stockholm University Isa Blumi joined me to update the listeners on the dire situation in Yemen. We started off with the ongoing siege of Al Hudaydah. We then moved on to a discussion of the recent media coverage the war in the west. Isa talked about a recent AP article which documented Saudi and Emirati support for Al Qaeda. Isa pointed out how the article fails to mention Qatar’s involvement in Yemen and the political implications behind this omission. We also touched on the abhorrent coverage the recent school bus bombing by Democracy Now. Later we shifted gears for a discussion of Turkey’s role in the region. We talked about the recent elections and economic problems in Turkey. We also touched on the status of the Gulen Movement, NATO-Turkish operations in Syria, and what Erdogan’s next geopolitical will be.

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Porkins Policy Radio episode 156 Catholic Church Cover Up with Ed Opperman and Brian Heiss

This week my guests are Ed Opperman and Brian Heiss. First, we covered the latest development in the #MeToo saga: the allegations that Asia Argento abused actor Jimmy Bennet. We discussed who may have leaked this to the New York Times and why. We also touched on the complexities of sexual abuse, and how many victims go on to victimize. The conversation then shifted to the recent Pennsylvania Attorney General report which investigated rampant sexual abuse in the state’s Catholic Church. We talked about our own experiences growing up Catholic. And the culture of abuse within the church and the disturbing levels to which the clergy covered this up.

In the second hour we took aim at Pope Francis and his record of hypocrisy in the mishandling child sex abuse. We touched on Francis’ protection of Cardinal Pell, his former number three at the Vatican, who is now facing charges of child abuse. I also mentioned that Francis presided over the funeral of disgraced Boston Cardinal Bernard Law. We also explored the culture of abuse within the church and the Vatican. Ed and I also explored whether these pedophile priests are men of God or using the cloth to gain access to vulnerable minors. Finally, we closed out with some breaking news on Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort.

NOTE: I got confused when talking about Yashar Ali. Ali was the person who dug up old pictures of Chelsea Manning hanging out with Jack Posobiec, Cassandra Fairbanks, Lucian Wintrich, and others.

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Show Notes:

OppermanReport.com

OJsimpson.co

Asia Argento, a #MeToo Leader, Made a Deal With Her Own Accuser

Asia Argento’s response

2010 Vatican employee sex scandal

Sex scandal rocks Vatican: Papal usher, chorister linked to gay prostitution ring

Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report

Pope takes part in disgraced Cardinal Law’s funeral

Why Won’t Pope Francis Quit Cardinal Pell, His Sketchy No. 3?

Hillsong Church

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 Great Game episode 18 Grey Wolves, Marxist Sex Cults, and NATO

Christoph and I are back!  After a long hiatus we have returned with a jam packed episode.  In the first segment we discuss the bizarre “bomb plot” to attack the recent MEK Summit in Paris.  Then we explore the allegations that this was orchestrated by the Iranian government and the bogus claims by the West and Israel about a network of sleeper cells across Europe.  We then turn to a discussion about those swept up in the investigation–including an Iranian diplomat from Austria.

In the second segment Christoph and I break down the recent NATO summit in Brussels.  We focus mainly on how this impacts Germany. Trump demanded that NATO countries devote 4% GDP to NATO, also stated that Germany is too close with Russia.
For the third segment we continue discussing Germany. We talk about the rise of the Gulen movement.  Christoph explains how this has manifested after the failed coup in Turkey. We also touch on the whereabouts a several key plotters of the coup who are allegedly being protected in Berlin.

In our final segment we take a in-depth look at the recent election in Turkey. We discuss how Erdogan and his coalition partners with in the ultra-nationalist MHP swept the country.  The rise of the ultra-nationalism within the Turkey may have a dangerous impact. We discuss MHP leader Devlet Bahçeli’s recent calls for the release of two prominent ultra-nationalist mob bosses, as well as the founder of the Grey Wolves taking a seat in parliament.  We finish this segment by touching on recent joint operations between Turkey and U.S. in Northern Syria.

We close out with our traditional “weird terrorism” section.  I talk about the return of Afghanistan’s Vice President, Abdul Rashid Dostum, from self imposed exile in Turkey, which resulted from assault and rape charges.  Christoph shares an interesting interview of a former U.S. Army sniper who fought alongside the KLA in the 90’s on behalf of a foreign defense ministry.

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Show Notes:

 

Alleged Iranian bomb plot

Europeans work to save Iran deal, and business, after Trump pulls out

Rohani To Visit Switzerland, Austria Amid Iran Nuclear Deal Dispute

Belgium charges couple with plotting attack on French rally

Iran diplomat among six arrested over suspected plot against opposition meeting

Holland expels two Iranian diplomats, but stays silent on reasons

Iran says Belgium arrests are a plot to sabotage Rouhani Europe visit

Foiled bomb plot distracts from Iranian President Rouhani’s message in Europe

Netanyahu: foiling of Iranian bombing in France was ‘no coincidence’

Mossad said to have thwarted Iranian plot to bomb opposition rally in France


Campaign against Iran:

Donald Trump’s New World Order

State Dept Insider: “Eerily Familiar Drumbeat of War Intensifying” Ahead Of Pompeo’s Iran Speech

U.S. launches campaign to erode support for Iran’s leaders

Pompeo: US Unafraid to Attack Iranian Regime at the ‘Highest Level’

Trump tells Iran ‘never, ever threaten’ U.S. or suffer consequences

NATO summit:

Trump Takes Aim at Germany and NATO

Brussels Summit Declaration

U.S. pushes NATO to ready more forces to deter Russian threat

NATO Already Vastly Outspends Russia. Its Problems Are Not About Money.

Gülen movement in Germany:

Germany searching for Turkey’s most wanted coup suspect: report

Civilian mastermind of FETÖ coup attempt Adil Öksüz spotted in Berlin, Turkey seeks action

Turkey’s Gulen movement on the rise in Germany

The Gülen Movement Appears in Germany

Rise of ultranationalism in Turkey:

General Elections – Parliamentary Elections Turkey

The Year of the Gray Wolf: The Rise of Turkey’s New Ultranationalism

Merkel’s Handshake with Grey Wolves leader at NATO summit (German)

‘Our bodies are Turkish, our souls Islamic!’ The rise of Turkey’s ultra-nationalists

Turkey-US-Kurds:

U.S. and Turkey Agree on Kurds’ Withdrawal From Syrian Town

Popular movement declares resistance to foreign troops in Syria’s Manbij

Dostum’s return to Afghanistan:

Accused of Rape and Torture, Exiled Afghan Vice President Returns

Afghan Vice President Dostum Escapes Suicide Attack; 14 Others Killed

German-American sniper embedded with KLA:

German-American sniper reveals secret Kosovo mission (German)

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