584 – Topics


00:03 Arresting developments: Tommy Robinson’s story, a galvanized media, migrant rape gangs, Tommy Robinson’s arrest and conviction, administrative offence, Lawton in England to see Robinson case, cultural shifts around free speech and immigration and media, Ezra Levant’s plan to outnumber corrupt media, justice and immigration issues, rape gangs not isolated incidents, reporting restrictions during trial, British media blame Robinson as threat to court case

14:50 Enemy of the people: media bias, media misrepresents degree of Robinson’s support, media conviction of Robinson, calling for Ezra Levant’s arrest, media defends its bias as objective news, three issues – Robinson – Islam – media, local examples of media bias, bias is often in what is not covered or mentioned, truth is the victim, growing disrespect for mainstream media, news of historical record, media misinformation campaigns, London Ontario hate crime that never happened, put in print

29:37 Friend of the people: personal interview with Tommy Robinson, Robinson’s world view, Robinson sees Islam as the fundamental problem, Tommy Robinson’s checkered past, authorities trying to silence him, raising the debate the public needs to hear, Robinson’s message is the threat to the establishment, two British media interviews – Sun and Metro, brazen UK media, Andrew Lilico and the Brexit debate, Theresa May’s mishandling of Brexit, free trade alternatives to Brexit, fear of EU’s irrelevancy, cultural alignment of English speaking nations

45:05 True North Initiative: immigration concern, Candace Malcolm and Stephen Harper’s immigration strategy, creating a voice for rational immigration policies, interconnected issues, weaving narratives together – intersectionality, reliance of think tanks on mainstream media to get message out, a Canada-first initiative, increasing immigration without discontent, the issue of immigration numbers, information group on immigration, the Rights failure to exploit academia and entertainment industry, the Right lives in economics of here and now – not cultural issues of future

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