James Dionne, author of Fahrenheit 1984: A Concerned Citizens Manifesto, was my guest on today’s show. I was put in touch with James after my episode on cyber torture was released, he’s a rap artist and author from Maine who has been a victim of organised harassment. I wanted to speak to him about his book, the problems with the term conspiracy theory, the power of governments and intelligence agencies and their capacity to be corrupted. For those of you listening Spotify or other podcast, I have provided links to everything we discuss in the description below. If at any point you think we’ve gone into truly crazy territory, check out the links provided and see for yourself what we are discussing. One thing to clear up, whilst recording I mixed up the Bilderberg Group and Bohemian Grove, in case anyone is listening and is confused at the mistake. Things get a little crazy in this conversation but stick with us, it was a really enjoyable and interesting discussion and I am sure you’ll enjoy it too!
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