010 Podcast discovers Jihadi books in Australia from July 23 2005

Shire Network News Archive
Shire Network News Archive
010 Podcast discovers Jihadi books in Australia from July 23 2005
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In this week’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of Silent Running, a report from Our Man in London on the latest bombings, Ted Lapkin from the Australian/Israel Jewish Affairs Committee on the sale of books advocating Jihad in Muslim bookstores in Australia, the Full of Crap Report from Laurence Simon, and an interview with a right-wing Jewish woman who edits a major New Zealand student magazine on why classical liberalism is “the new black”.

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008 Podcast is shocked not shocked by terrorist attack in London on 7th July 2005

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008 Podcast is shocked not shocked by terrorist attack in London on 7th July 2005
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The 8th episode of Shire Network News was first broadcast on July 10th 2005, immediately after the multiple suicide bombings across London on the morning of July 7th by a gang of Islamic terrorists. The entire episode discusses this including the first appearance on SNN by Andrew Ian Dodge who became a regular contributor. Andrew passed away from cancer in 2014, may his memory be a blessing.

In this special edition of Shire Network News, there will be no blog news. Humour is inappropriate just now. We have a special extended interview with London-based blogger Andrew Ian Dodge, and the Full of Crap Report from Laurence Simon.

Also, there is a special introduction which hearkens back, not to the dark days of 1940, but to an even earlier episode of English history.

Blogs mentioned include Cold FuryDean EsmayHarry’s Place and Samizdata.

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Shire Network News and Brian’s Forest now on iTunes

For the first time in years Shire Network News is back on the iTunes Podcast system. My periodic commentary, Brian’s Forest Talks, is also up as its own Podcast and there is a final, combined, feed that will carry episodes of both the Shire Network News archive and my chats interspersed as and when they come out.

Emails from Apple - podcasts are back on iTunes
Emails from Apple – podcasts are back on iTunes

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007 Podcast talks Islam with a Pastor and Zimbabwe with a pundit from July 3 2005

Shire Network News Archive
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007 Podcast talks Islam with a Pastor and Zimbabwe with a pundit from July 3 2005
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First broadcast July 3rd 2005. Original show notes via Archive.org so don’t be surprised if some links aren’t working.

There are interviews with Pastor Danny Nalliah, of the Melbourne-based Catch the Fire Ministries who has been found guilty of villifying Islam, and with the Zimbabwean Pundit about the situation in his homeland and what web-based activists are doing about it.

Mentioned in this week’s…er, actually fortnight’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of Silent Running, Sandra Day O’Connor’s resignation from the Supreme Court, how bad the shitfight over her replacement will be, the expected size of Senator Ted Kennedy’s head in mid-filibuster, the SCOTUSblog, why Ann Coulter would make a great Justice, Preident Bush’s amazing disappearing poll spike (it vanishes right before your very eyes!), Captains Quarters blog, the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, Desert One, Jimmy Carter, was Iran’s new President one of the hostage takers, Gateway Pundit, our Dark Master Karl Rove, Senator Dick Durbin, James Taranto uses a younger version of Andrew Sullivan to beat the MoveOn crowd, and anti-Martian xenophobia defeated in a Roosevelt-era interplanetary misunderstanding.

Also featured is our regular commentary, the Full of Crap Report, from Laurence Simon. Under new internet regulations, all podcasts must feature Laurence in some form.

To listen to the podcast (which you don’t need an MP3 player for, you can listen to it right on your computer) go here and click on the link to the latest program, Sunday, July 3rd, 2005.

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

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

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