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70 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Episode 60 - The Week That Was - 18.10.21
Big week on the fringe with the first arrest of what will likely be many for the issuing of fake vaccine exemptions which is gonna see a few pilled doctors in big trouble. The first wasn't even a doctor! It's not looking good, but we saw it coming a mile away. Lucky Lance and Zarah Garde Wilson force Avi Yemini to apologise through a court process that sees him weasel out of it and try to spin the entire thing into his favour - showing that Avi Yemini is definitely not a journalist because actual journalists retract errors. He only makes retractions when he is forced. Quite like a child, really. Nathan Buckley and his aptly named offsiders AFL Lawyers lose their first case with the appeal annoucement immedaitely following, with a federal court bid also in the works. The clownshow must go on. Pete has a huge week and asks a question. Sounds about right. Enjoy!
55 minutes | Oct 10, 2021
Episode 59 - The Week That Was - 11.10.21
Happy birthday to us! We turned 1 on Sunday and it's been a great year. We've been very lucky to have a wonderful listener base and no end of content to cover. We love you all for being part of our infancy and hope we grow old and weird together. It's been a great run. This week in the news we have the ACT putting unvaccinated pollies in quarantine which means we have Craig Kelly bouncing the ball again and Pauline issuing a cease and explain notice to the chief minister of the territory. In the US we have yet another mad antivaxxer murdering his family because of some bullshit he read on the internet and a 100 year old nazi who is going to serve the shortest life sentence in history - but is rightly being held to account for being a bit of a murderous jerk. Just a bit. We look at rogue VicPol desk jockey Krystle Mitchell who seems to be a little more than just an annoyed walloper and Joel exhaustively covers the lawsuits this week with the joint case between AFL and G&B awaiting a judgement. Big week in the courts and a big week for Buckley and Maatouk who are duking it out on social media, and about to go into a defo case. Or so Mr. 'can't file a summons' Maatouk says! Pete has a big week and gives me a terrible sense of dread. Just another week in Pete Evans! Enjoy!
73 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Episode 58 - The Week That Was - 4.10.21
Huge week with Gladys resigning the top job in NSW thanks to a larger figured man named Daryl. Was it worth it? Probably not. We also look at the sketchy antivax unions popping up backed by Liberal party heavyweights that just stink of astroturf. There's a new covid treatment and antivaxxers think it mutates you because they're idiots.There's yet another protest. Jack looks at the history of antivaxxers which is terrifyingly similar to what we are seeing now and Joel looks at the lawsuits currently before the supreme court. Pete goes through the five stages but is posting like mad. A sign of things to come? Probably. Enjoy!
41 minutes | Sep 29, 2021
Episode 57 - DD - The Future Of The Movement?
This week's deeper dive looks at the future of the movement. Where to from here? With vaccination rates increasing, we are about to have our freedom day. How's it going to go? The benefit of a slow rollout by a lazy federal government has meant that we are a little behind the world in opening our doors back up. This puts us in a position to learn from others mistakes and essentially Bradbury our way into a good covid result. We look at how the UK movement has adapted since their freedom day and whether they survived the lifting of restrictions. And while numbers have dwindled, the rusted on conspiracy types have managed to find a way to keep protesting for very little tangible reason. The future is a bit bleak, to be honest. It's hard to shut the antivaxxer door now that it's opened. But if the UK is an accurate example - this is their peak - and from here, they are just going to get smaller and smaller. But sadly, more militant.
66 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
Episode 56 - The Week That Was - 27.9.21
Another huge week in fringe politics which was so big it was actually quite exhausting. After antilockdown idiots convinced tradies to take up arms against the CFMEU, the stink of the movement could not be ignored. We covered that in the last deeper dive. But, true to their bleating chant 'everyday everyday' they kinda pulled it off - taking a piss on the shrine of rememberance and being pests on St. Kilda beach. But we stopped caring a while ago. Yeah yeah freedom whatever. It's just bored dickheads at this point. The Maricopa county audit finds that there was nothing wrong with the election result which comes as a great surprise to idiots. A 'freedom farm' is raided in South Australia confiscating 13 guns and one Solange Goodes being held in remand for being a bit hectic. These people are hilarious sovcits who need to disconnect their internet connection. And Eric is back! He is in juge amounts of legal trouble and is bumbling through an appearance at an antivax conference. He is vaccinated, though, and doesn't see the issue with this. Bless. We say goodbye to young patriot Kyle Mitchell (we hardly knew ye) who is definitely not dead and in the AV update we have the stats, lawsuits, the closing of public health facilities due to antivaxxer violence and - of course - the royal wedding with Morgan Jonas and the Princess Di of Pakenham, Monica Smit! And as usual Pete Evans is an idiot. Enjoy!
37 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
Episode 55 - CFMEU Protest and Beyond
Well we were going to do an episode on the future of the antilockdown movement past lockdowns and mass vaccination. And it's not looking great. But they new hill they plan to literally die on - fighting mandatory vaccinations - had a bit of a shot in the arse yesterday with a gathering outside the CFMEU headquarters in Melbourne.Scenes of absolute chaos consumed the city with VicPol completely losing control of a group of fascists, antilockdowners and a construction workers who felt empowered by the hazard lights of clothing - high vis.We look at the implications of this mess and seek to find some meaning in the days events. It was and is a total mess and possibly the violent dying throes of a cause losing relevance as time moves on.
58 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Episode 54 - The Week That Was - 20.9.21
HUGE THANKS to Sonny Brown of The Sonny Brown Breakdown podcast for remastering my audio track. My microphone played up during the record, which I was blissfully unaware of and it sounded far worse before Sonny rejigged it. If you like your martial arts to be mixed, check out his work here. https://sonnybrownbreakdown.com/-------------------Another month another violent protest from our militant idiots in Melbourne. Most protests were somewhat boring but Melbourne really kicked off showing they are the most pilled city in Australia. Brisbane had a go, but it was mostly a blue because they were bored and it was a nice day. Queensland is still Queensland.Gavin Newsom faces a recall election. What the hell is that? Weird American stuff.BPFW takes us to a few weird places while our sponsor wants me underwater.Laura Loomer, the idiot, gets covid and it's worse than she expected - even worse than bad fajitas. Quelle surprise.And Pete is back! He's posting again because, well, why not? His career is already cooked and he's lost the respect of his peers. May as well share some good Tucker content.Enjoy!
50 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
Episode 53 - Vaccine Passports - Deeper Dive
Antivaxxers have always predicted we would have a vaccine passport - even going as far as to say that COVID stands for Certificate Of Vaccination IDentification. That's really dumb but also quite clever. Well done them! They were right. Kinda. We are getting vaccine passports in Australia soon, kicking off with NSW. Well, we are. Apparently. Maybe. Dunno really. And there lies the problem. What the hell is the plan anyway? We look at the world where Israel dumped their program only to fire it back up again - England has ditched the passport due to bipartisan rumblings in the chamber and Danish people wear masks even though they don't have to because they are just a bit like that. A nice little deep dive to give you a reassuring glimpse of a fairly uncertain future. Enjoy!
68 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Episode 52 - The Week That Was 13/9/21
Yet another bizarre week in the world of fringe politics with Teresa Van Lieshout being arrested for her weird AFP badge thing, Craig Kelly looking at criminal charges for faking a TGA report on UAP spam texts and a roadmap for post lockdown life being mapped out for NSW. Freeeddooommmm!In the antivaxxer update we check in on the lawsuits before the Supreme Court and talk about the Member for Manila, George Christensen who is getting weirder by the day.Pete has a big week clearing house in the wake of the Voller judgement in the High Court showing that he truly does know his followers are a giant legal liability in the making.Enjoy!
45 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Episode 51 - Modern Psychological Warfare with Hamilton Hume
Returning guest Hamilton Hume further outlines the case for the q-anon phenomenon being amplified and co-ordinated by a series of influential disinformation experts and not just Ron Watkins and a few 8chan dorks. This deeper dive looks at his latest article, 'Modern Psychological Warfare' which can be found here:https://daniel-ed-morrison.medium.com/modern-psychological-warfare-1d40c17eef01In this deeper dive he reinforces the powers behind Q and the dereliction of duty from the prominent Q researchers in completely ignoring the evidence that points to a co-ordinated disinformation campaign. Further to that, he asserts that they actively attempt to silence people who do speak out on these issues, dismissing them as conspiracy theorists and 'BlueAnon'. Hamilton makes a pretty compelling case and has a lot of evidence to back it up. At the conditional release program, we think this has legs - and we keep an open mind as to the mysterious forces behind the absurd Q-anon movement in the USA and worldwide. This gives a take on the origins and workings of Q that most mainstream researchers simply refuse to lok at - and it's well worth a listen.
70 minutes | Sep 6, 2021
Episode 50 - The Week That Was - 6/9/21
Yet another huge week in the news with the unholy union of Clive and Craig spamming out text messages yet again with a cooked up report claiming to be from the TGA. Did they break the law? Probably not.The Q Shaman is now just the Shaman, Jack has a spray about how nazis are NOT communists in the middle of BPFW and we look at the arrest of 'political prisoner' Monica Smit who is hamming this up as much as she can, squeezing money from idiots and lying through her teeth about bail conditions and her remand experience. It's all for the grift!The law moves one step further with Tony Nikolic from AFL Solicitors and Nathan Buckley (not the Collingwood coach) both starting ther mandatory jab lawsuits on the legal basis of 'it's not fair' and 'we have rights'. Pete has a big week as he realises that his invitation to the senate might have a huge used furniture salesman in the way of it. Aww sad. I wanted to see that idiot walk into the senate without shoes. Alas, the hedgehog from Hughes might just snatch that away from him.
62 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
Episode 49 - Class Action Crowdfunding Scammers with Lucky Lance
This week we have Lucky Lance leading us in to the deeper dive with discussing crowdfunding for lawsuits with no legal merit. Hundreds of thousands of dollars thrown into a black hole with very little accountability and very few cases. But a lot of money. Sitting around doing very little. Jack and I probe further into it, looking at various law firms doing this as a new revenue stream which has resulted in the repeal of mandatory vaccination laws in workplaces and ended lockdowns entirely. Just kidding. Nothing has changed. Except for some people's bank balances. Enjoy!
73 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Episode 49 - The Week That Was - 30/8
What a week. Holy smokes. We left so many huge news stories out - but they just kept developing! At the last minute we hear about a testing facility being set alight in south west Sydney under suspicious circumstances and then on Sunday night, after laughing about how pathetic Karen Brewer's efforts are to put together a trucker strike on the 31st are, some mad bogans from Queensland line one up for the 30th.Anyway, long story short - we are releasing this week with the deeper dive as a separate upload. Should be done tomorrow afternoon. We have Lucky Lance leading us in to a look at the epidemic of class action crowdfunding scammers.In the meantime - here's the news!
79 minutes | Aug 23, 2021
Episode 48 - The Protest Weekend!
In a tale of two cities we saw protests in Sydney and Melbourne with gangs of angry protestors lashing out at the state that has keep them from going to the pub. While there was also an anti lockdown protest in Queensland we are ignoring that because it was boring, peaceful and pointless. Joel backed the wrong horse and watched the boring protest in Sydney, made boring by a comprehensive police response in NSW. Jack watched the Melbourne rally which was much more exciting, with protestors squaring up to cops and as usual coming off second best. Generally speaking, at least. We also look at how ivermectin doesn't work, how Florida is being fisted by covid and Afghanistan having a pretty crap month. Pete's nightcap project is in the shit and antivaxxers are still lying. A lot.
92 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
Episode 47 - The Next Twelve Months - Electorally Speaking
It's been a seriously huge week so it's a long episode - the news is huge and antivaxxers have been very busy. In the deeper dive we look at the next twelve months and what that means electorally in Australia. Jack puts his pundit hat on and dives into what's coming up for the political landscape after the weirdest year in recent memory. It's a big episode but there's a lot to say at the moment! Enjoy!
81 minutes | Aug 9, 2021
Episode 46 - The next Twelve Months - SovCits
We are going to look into our crystal balls and see what the future holds. We may not be psychics like Lucky Lance, but there's some pretty obvious stuff happening on the horizon that we might flesh out over a few weeks. This week, carrying on from Rob Sudy's SovCit Law Skool we look at a few SovCit groups that are ruffling feathers at the moment and what's in store for the OPCA movement. We have the peacemakers doing the christian militia thing, we have Karen Brewer doing the weird lunatic thing and Steve Maher being a loser nobody cares about. We also look at idiots sabotaging SPC tins in supermarkets, a kerfuffle at Flinders Street Station, Brian Houston is in the shit and more young people are dying from covid. Awesome! Bit bleak sounding but it's a fun episode - Enjoy! Special thanks to Kat for sharing her story!
92 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
Episode 45 - Sovereign Citizen OPCA Law Skool with Rob Sudy
Pack your lunches and grab your backpack cause we are going to school! The absolute peak expert on OPCA adherents - or SovCits as we like to call them - has joined us for a little roundup on what the hell SovCits are on about. He's been at this for ten years and honestly we could have run for hours. A great guest and a great chat - I'm a bit of a fan of his so this was a great moment! In the news we follow up on the protest last weekend which is looking more and more like a superspreader event each day and antivaxxer update is HUGE this week. Thanks to Rob for coming on. You can find his work at www.freemandelusion.com - buy a membership and immerse yourself in the ridiculous world of people who would prefer to take the legal form of a boat than pay traffic fines and fill out the census. Truly strange people. Enjoy!
86 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Episode 44 - Pleiadian and Arcturian Aliens
So at the end of the last interview with Hamilton Hume we asked him what was next after Q. His answer? Aliens.Well that sounds annoying.It is! Really annoying! People channeling aliens on YouTube saying what they think is really clever and poignant but is just pithy nonsense. And then, we get Hamilton Hume back to explain how the alien narrative is being used by political operatives to make idiots vote conservative. What. A. World.OBVIOUSLY we cover the protests but we focus on the Sydney ones cause they were way more spicy. By poplular demand, and also because we love drama, we cover Carly Soda, or Carlz J Soda or Carly Soderstrom or yet another person who has regular recurring nightmares of Clementine Ford. What a story!And in the notes, we mention at the end that Rob Sudy needs new teeth. Please donate if you can - here's the linkhttps://www.gofundme.com/f/help-rob-get-dental-implants?utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet&utm_medium=copy_link_all&utm_source=customerAnd you can find Fahad on facebook and Twitter with some fairly regular and public posts about the pandemic, science and the muslim community. He's a clever boy!
34 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
BONUS: Full Lucky Lance Interview
There are only so many hours in the week so we try to keep the episodes short. But the chat we had with Lance was a good one, and should be thrown up in full. Here's the (mostly) full chat we had with very few edits. The umms and the ahhs are still in there. I got rid of a few gaps, but there's a few pensive moments of dead air space. Enjoy the full interview and don't forget to check out Lucky Lance on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram! And the warfare podcast on YouTube as well! https://www.facebook.com/theluckylanceLucky Lance YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3usR6eHU7Il0ACTW3uHMjQWarfare Podcasthttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC77RXgR_z2zlAsIIE_Sv-rAhttps://www.instagram.com/luckylance_/?hl=en
92 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
Episode 43 - The Fundraising Grift of the Anti-lockdown Movement
We have a guest! It's anti scamming activist Lucky Lance who found himself looking sideways at a movement that was more about grift than ideals and has devoted his time to protecting idiots from being scammed.It's a noble cause, because if there's one thing the anti-lockdown movement is good at - it's grifting money from idiots. Whether it's to start a political party (paperwork pending) or to pay for non existent legal fees from a dramatic arrest without charge - they pull the most bizarre stunts to put their caps out for cash. I personally blame Barack Obama for all of this. It's actually kinda his fault.In the news we have fantastic sovcit insurrectionist testing her skills in a US court and Roger Dodger fails on an appeal which apparently had no merit anyway so he's back nicking phonecards of old folks. What a lad.Lucky Lance interview was mercilessly cut for episode duration but will be put up as a bonus episode!
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