006 Podcast carries on dissecting social justice with Keith Thompson from June 19 2005

Mentioned in this week’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of silentrunning.tv, Microsoft’s cozying up to Chinese governmental views on subversive words, Robert ScobleRebecca McKinnonGlobal Voices, Australian hostage Douglas Woods, Tim Blair, Sheikh Haj al-din al Hilaly and his amazing Iraqi hostage negotiation holiday, the Kyoto agreement, the New Zealand government, ZimbabwePundit, the Carnival of the Revolutions, Registan.netPublius PunditGayPatriot, the practise of “outing” gay conservatives, former Soviet political prisoner Pavel Litvinoff, James Lileks makes light of torture, Sir Humphrys, where to get your “I [Heart] Gitmo” t-shirts, Shire Network News runs its first competition, complete with valuable prizes, the Laurence Simon Full Of Crap Report, and San Francisco left-to-rightie writer Keith Thompson.

If you derive value from my work, please consider donating some value my way. You can find all the details on the donation page.


Flying over Herzliyah Marina while talking about Sargon of Akkad, Ben Shapiro and baby Hitler

This is the Sargon of Akkad video I was trying to talk about. Turns out I was still trying to capture important footage so I didn’t stick the drone in autopilot. Hence my slightly incoherent rambling.

I don’t think this will turn into a podcast, too much to edit.

Introducing Brian’s Forest Chats the Podcast

I’m getting back into podcasting! And this is where I explain what’s going on, why I’m re-releasing the back catalog of Shire Network News and a bunch of other things. Join me and subscribe in your favourite podcast app.

If you derive value from my work, please consider donating some value my way. You can find all the details on the donation page.

Watch full unedited Tommy Robinson LIVE stream outside constituency meeting of Stewart McDonald in Glasgow

Today Tommy went to talk to this is the MP who stood up in parliament, hiding behind his Parliamentary privilege and called Tommy Robinson a string of vile names, watch this clip.

Here’s the very end of the stream cued up:

And here’s what this man said in parliament about Tommy:

Tommy waited patiently in the cold outside a library where the Stewart Malcom McDonald MP was supposed to meet his constituents. Tommy’s mere presence meant Police arrived, shut the library to all (including women and children coming to return books) while the MP hid inside.

Parliamentary privilege in the UK means an MP can say whatever he likes inside Parliament with no legal repercussions: he can lie, slander and defame with impunity. That’s what this MP did.

Full unedited live stream from the start:

The original Facebook livestream can be found here.

If you derive value from my work, please consider donating some value my way. You can find all the details on the donation page.

005 Podcast continues interviewing La Shawn Barber and remembers Episode 5 from June 12 2005

This episode was first broadcast June 12, 2005. Social Justice and diversity get an early mention in this episode. Keith Thompson’s interview is all about leaving the left a long time ago. He talks about rejecting the term “Social Justice” because justice is always social!

Mentioned in this week’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of Silent Running, Amnesty International, Bob Geldof, PowerlineJoe TrippiCitizen Smash, the Chinese government’s registration of blogs, TownHall.comVictor Davis Hanson, the collapse of the EU constitution, Charlie Quidnunc of the Rip and Read blog, the Democrats being whiny bitches about the Patriot Act, James Sensenbrenner (R-WI), Robert Mugabe’s contest with the ghost of Pol Pot, Zimbabwe Pundit, Howard Dean, James Lileks’ new Screedblog, the Chinese Cultural Revolution finally comes to the University of Oregon, Joanne Jacobs, and why a staggering death toll must surely force the US government to pull out of Washington DC.

The featured interviews are with La Shawn Barber and Keith Thompson, and of course we have the Full Of Crap report from Laurence Simon.

If you derive value from my work, please consider donating some value my way. You can find all the details on the donation page.