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Just wondering what podcasts/radio shows you guys all listen to online about politics/nwo/conspiracy matters.

 

At the moment, I only listen to Ritchie Allen on YouTube and was wondering what other useful things are about to listen to.

 

Thanks!

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Anything really...

I am interested in anything to do with what's going on at the moment - be that NWO, politics, flat earth (don't judge me on that lol), general conspiracy theories...

 

Personally I'm very dubious about Q-Anon but could be convinced, and I'm very dubious about the deep space programme theories. 

 

I'd find the topic of the ruling elite interesting I think.

 

Hope this helps.

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2 hours ago, truther79 said:

Anything really...

I am interested in anything to do with what's going on at the moment - be that NWO, politics, flat earth (don't judge me on that lol), general conspiracy theories...

 

Personally I'm very dubious about Q-Anon but could be convinced, and I'm very dubious about the deep space programme theories. 

 

I'd find the topic of the ruling elite interesting I think.

 

Hope this helps.

I think you would find The Corbett report the most interesting, he has some really good in-depth videos of all areas, he did a great expose of Bill gates, covered the wars, oil, banking system, propaganda etc.

 

He's not the flat earth type though

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/corbettreport

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Check out velocity of now if you are into the more spiritual side of things and less political discection of current events. A new one came out saturday. 

 

 

 

 

I think Richie Allen is great and on top of his game, and i love the delingpod.

 

Spiked is sometimes okay but seems a bit mainstream lately. 

 

Triggernometry is another one i have listened to recently and they have some great guests. 

 

 

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Jordan Maxwell is doing a LOT of interviews at the moment. 60 years of knowledge and he's not getting any younger. I've been archiving a lot of his stuff recently. Long may he live.

 

Simon Parkes is another. At 6:30 he mentions some of the usual credible researchers Gareth Icke and Laura Eisenhower:

 

 

Simon Parkes called out Covid before it went mainstream and in another video recently he called it out again (the 2nd wave) about a month ago saying mid-August/September.

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I definitely recommend this one:

 

https://www.thehighersidechats.com/

 

Greg is a great host and has a great selection of guests covering everything from bread and butter conspiracies to alternative health. He does good research for each show and mainly let's the guests deliver their information without much interruption.

 

I  started with his free shows but after a few weeks signed up for the 'plus' account.....$8 for 5 two hour shows per month (as well as access to the full archive) is, in my mind, great value for money.

 

I am in no way affiliated to Greg or his show.....just have a lot of respect for him.

 

Hope this helps ?

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I listen to several alt-media podcasts but two I especially enjoy are Mark Devlin's "Good Vibrations" (already mentioned above) and Jan Irvin's "UnSpun" podcasts & archived "Gnostic Media" podcasts, found at www.logosmedia.com. Common topics discussed are social engineering, the counterculture of the 1960s, Aldous Huxley, and "Lifetime Actors" (a term said to be coined by co-host Joe Atwill).

 

Highlight episodes for me include (191) featuring guest Constance Cumbey, titled "The Counterculture and the New Age Movement" (in which the Trudeaus are briefly mentioned) and the several which feature Lloyd De Jongh discussing various topics relating to Islamism. 

 

There's even an episode (035) titled "Satan's Sabbatean Jews" featuring David Livingstone, whose book on transhumanism I highly recommend reading.

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I would be greatly remiss if I did not mention one other podcaster who delves fairly deep into subject matter similar to that which is discussed on parts of this forum, and in a straightforward and sincere manner, as one who generally takes a back-seat to his guests and the material that's presented; who's neither into acquiring a cult personality for himself nor into promoting 'conspiritainment,' a la some other hosts who shall go unmentioned among the alternative subculture, who seem more about wanting to make a name for themselves, and packaging their programs in such a say so as to appeal to a wide and lowest-common-denominator audience, more entertained by stories of UFOs & ETs than they are interested in down-to-earth and more pressing concerns.

 

"William Ramsey Investigates" is my kind of podcast, a show that's more about substance than it is style; here where you will seldom if ever hear the host speak of acquiring new affiliates or of desiring more subscribers. Neither sell-out nor shill, Ramsey seldom focuses his attention on the UFO phenomenon, but when he does his show shines a light on the topic and the field of ufology quite unlike any other, often exposing areas and aspects of it that other podcasts within the alternative media curiously choose not to.

 

One particular episode I highly recommend to anyone suspicious of the whole UFO-Disclosure movement (as I have been for quite some time), with its seeming ulterior motives, is Ramsey's interview with author Charles Upton, whose latest book Alien Disclosure Deception reads like an absolute godsend.

 

Whereas other supposedly independent podcasters within the conspiracy-theory culture are clearly obsessed with the topic of UFOs, strangely devoting almost every second or third episode to it, with their heads so far up ET's ass that a detached observer might easily suspect some type of fetish, it's refreshing to come across shows like Ramsey's, with hosts who have both feet on the ground, who are properly focused, and whose minds and hearts are in the right place.

 

Then there's Ramsey's interview with Jack Pine, on the Jehovah's Witnesses, that's not to be missed either!

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