In the first half, they talk about French chimpouts, England’s plan to help criminals, Jewish tricks, some great new policies in Eastern Europe, and the new 007. In the second half, it’s a deep dive into Greece.
McFeels and Ethnarch run the gamut on the latest Epstein news and a roundup of chump impotency stories in the first half followed by an extensive deep-dive into the groundwork that was laid for the 1965 Hart-Celler Act along with the parallel formation of Israel and the proto kosher sandwich. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
Rahhhther than drink from the literal media firehose of breaking news, McFeels and Ethnarch spend the entire episode digging deep on Epstein, Ghislaine, and her father Binyamin, offering some hot takes on where this has been, who's at the top, its purpose, where it's likely heading, as well as some much-anticipated confirmation bias and new discoveries along the way. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
In the first half, Jayoh and Jay talk about the Greek election, the sinister plan of the EU, and a European plan to tax big tech. Then, Salvini continues his showdown with NGO invader vessels, Germany bans AfD candidates in Saxony, and we hit the Swedish punching bag for a bit.
After a cathartic monologue from McFeels at the open on July 4th, McFeels and Ethnarch reflect on the somber nature of the holiday in the context of the trajectory of America, before pivoting to the military industrial complex "parade" in DC and the full spectrum 20+ pt swing state polling collapse. Then it's Epstein to jail, citizenship question self-sabotage, gerrymandering/Peace Cross biases confirmed, State of SCOTUS, Mexican Polling on Mexicans, Ebola Africans, Democratic debate fallout continues, Hunter Biden's new tattoo, and more. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
Originally published on July 17th, 2018.
McFeels and Ethnarch survey the events leading up to the decision to break away from Great Britain, and the one man who did more than anyone else to precipitate the War of American independence in his own self-interest. Post-war, we take an in-depth look at the original form of government under the Articles of Confederation and how it was fraudulently cast aside in favor of a system that ultimately paved the way for our nation's subversion and destruction today. Most importantly, we look at who was in favor of it, who was against it, their motivations, and who benefited the most from its imposition - everything you never learned in school.
Jayoh returns, joining Jay Lorenz to talk about Denmark’s new government cucking, Angela Merkel J. Fox, and the latest insanity from the UK in the first half. In the second half, Putin critiques Liberalism, Scandinavia shows why he’s right, and Salvini duels with migrant NGO vessels.
McFeels and Ethnarch are joined by Mark Collett to discuss his thorough drubbing of 4 and half hostiles before parsing night 2 of the Democratic Primary debate. In the second half, we use the *totally coincidental* 10-15 year lag between Britain and U.S. subversion as a catalyst for discussion on a variety of parallel topics, including the great Sir Oswald Mosley and George Wallace, as well as Britain's shared moniker as a "nation of immigrants", shanty towns from sea to shining sea, and more. If it's Saturday night, it's FTN!
McFeels and Ethnarch give their reactions and analysis to night one of the first Democratic Primary debates, the winners and losers, as well as the always-present revelations of the kosher sandwich. In the second half it's the real meaning behind the leaked Trump transition documents, a brief return to more debate analysis, Apple's threats to Parler, a bankrupt Anita Sarkeesian, and GLAAD/Harris survey that shows a massive collapse in support for globohomo. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
Jazzhands takes over for Jayoh to discuss a proper Tory tear up with Jay Lorenz, the UK's relationship with the U.S. becoming rockier over bad optics with Iran, Salvini marooning migrants, Spanish hospitality, the latest from the Fatherland, and a few choice bottom of the stack pieces.