Tagged: Patrick Henningsen

Mayday Call for dr. Nobel 0

Mayday Call for dr. Nobel

Ig-Nobel-awards-mascotIn 133. episode of Sunday Wire, yours truly joins Patrick Henningsen, Vanessa Beeley and Basil Valentine to discuss such themes as Nobel prize nomination for terrorists-linked "humanitarian" group, UN climate (no) deal and USA presidential shenanigans. Moreover this episode is significant as it commemorates the anniversary of Adam Weishaupt's founding of order of Perfectibilists, better known as Bavarian Illuminati, International Worker's Day, and one more step towards the light for our dear host Patrick, whose birthday we just celebrated.

Smart Power & The Human Rights Industrial Complex 0

Smart Power & The Human Rights Industrial Complex

human-rights-21wire"Human rights", "innocent victims", "democracy unlimited" ... sounds fuzzy, eh? In this hefty analysis, nicked by KT's Department  of Other Peoples Materials to be Published with Signatures in Small Font, Patrick Henningsen from 21st Century Wire provides us with break down of weaponization of human rights.

Ein Meister aus Deutchland … – Boiler Room ep. 48 0

Ein Meister aus Deutchland … – Boiler Room ep. 48

1495936_origYours truly returns to Boiler Room to discuss German sustainable development policies, (i)mmigrant crisis, political correctness and other usual doom & gloom subjects with Hesher, Spore, Patrick Henningsen and the first time Boiler Room guest, Mike Robinson of UK Column.

All things sustainable – Sunday Wire ep.103 2

All things sustainable – Sunday Wire ep.103

In ep. 103 of Sunday Wire Patrick Henningsen hooks up with yours truly to discuss new UN Agenda 2030, immigrant crisis in Europe and other mildly entertaining yet serious subjects.

Boiler Room ep.25 – On refugees, geopolitics, British rulling class and piggy mystique 0

Boiler Room ep.25 – On refugees, geopolitics, British rulling class and piggy mystique

Your favorite author returns to Boiler Room to discuss Refugee crisis, geopolitics of Middle East, David Cameron's pig blues and other mildly entertaining yet serious subjects with such notables as Hesher, Spore, James Daniel Spaulding, Jay Dyer and Patrick Henningsen.