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Chatter #248 – Dr Craig Wright – Is BSV Bitcoin?: Will The Real Satoshi Please Stand Up

Dr Craig Wright is the most controversial person I believe I have ever had on my podcast. Numerous people told me not to speak to him, that he is a crook and swindler, and so I decided I wanted to find out for myself.  Craig Wright claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto – the…

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Chatter #244 – Christopher Leonard – ”Fed-Pilled” – The Lords of Easy Money And The Federal Reserve

Christopher Leonard is the author of the new book The Lords of Easy Money: How the Federal Reserve Broke the American Economy. If you asked most people what forces led to today’s unprecedented income inequality and financial crashes, no one would say the Federal Reserve. For most of its history, the Fed has…

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Chatter #241 [Live] – Johnny Vedmore: Who Are Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum?

The World Economic Forum is a group that has been at the centre of numerous wild theories and speculation regarding digital ID, CBDCs, and the global pandemic response. Johnny Vedmore is a Writer, Investigative Journalist & Phunter. He’s also Musician & a #420 Free Wales advocate! I wanted to get Johnny on the…

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Chatter #239 – Kojo Koram on How Britain’s Empire Became A Global Corporate/Financial Empire

There has been a lot of discussion over the past few years about Empire and it’s impact upon the present day, especially with the toppling of the Colston statue and the BLM protests in 2020. However, what is not as often discussed is the financial and corporate legacy left by the British and…

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Chatter #220 – Max Hillebrand On Privacy, Freedom, and Cypherpunk Philosophy

Max Hillebrand is free software engineer an economist who started reading Keynes when he was 9 and got into Bitcoin at the age of 16. He says “Bitcoin is for everyone”, even his grandmother runs a Lightning node. Max came across my radar as a Bitcoin enthusiast, but he really peaked my interest…

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Chatter #215 [Live] – Mike Yardley On Liberalism, Freedom, And Our Crumbling Political System

The values of freedom and liberalism are dying. Michael Yardley was born in Denmark and educated in England, Switzerland and the US. He has a psychology degree from London University, conducted post-graduate research into direct action and terrorism at the LSE, and is also a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Michael…

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