592 – Guest: Paul Lambert – A short wave with a long reach

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Jan 242019
 

Radio Tower

Shortwave radio has long been a weapon in the war of ideas, and continues to be so today, much to the surprise of many. So powerful a weapon, at times throughout history simply being caught in possession of a shortwave radio could warrant imprisonment or death.

It is a significant fact that those threatened by shortwave signals have never been friends of freedom. So it is fitting that our guest, Paul Lambert, who sponsors Just Right on shortwave broadcasts heard around the world, should join us in a discussion about shortwave and about some of his European perspectives on many of the issues often raised on the show.

As a resident of Berlin, Paul’s views on the political environment within Germany offer some fascinating comparisons to the narratives heard outside that country in the major news media. From the disturbing social trends between men and women developing in conjunction with Germany’s mass migration policies, to arbitrarily forcing households, employers, and even car rental agencies to pay a ‘TV tax,’ these trends may well become the norm in a not-too-distant North American Leftist future as well.

At the heart of every issue discussed is, of course, the very ‘right’ itself to discuss any matter or issue with willing participants, and to share those discussions with willing listeners/viewers. A ‘TV tax’ is merely one contrived way to force the unwilling to finance views and values not shared or even opposed. Continue reading »

512 – Guest: Salim Mansur – Tweeting above the media storm trumpers

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Jul 062017
 

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He’s the master of insults,” says our in-studio guest Salim Mansur, “and that is a good thing.” US President Donald Trump has pioneered the social media of Twitter in a way that resembles “the Haiku of American politics,” notes Salim. He predicts that in the future we should not be surprised at the emergence of “a serous and academic discussion on tweeting.”

No doubt, Donald Trump would have to be the primary subject of that serious and academic discussion. Trump has successfully taken control of the “news reports” surrounding his presidency by mastering the art of tweeting, and in so doing, has amassed a following on Twitter that dwarfs that of the “established” media news outlets.

What have been called “outbursts” and “undignified comments” etc., penned by Trump’s tweets, are, upon closer examination, very calculated and effective methods of communicating with the public at large. Once again, Trump towers above his media opponents in every respect – from being effective at getting his message across, to the size of the audience following him on Twitter. It is an unprecedented revolution.

But that’s only half the story. As repeated experience has been demonstrating, it turns out that it is Trump, and not the media, who appears to be the guy who’s telling it like it is to the American public. Continue reading »

512 – Guest: Salim Mansur – Tweeting above the media storm trumpers

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Jul 062017
 

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He’s the master of insults,” says our in-studio guest Salim Mansur, “and that is a good thing.” US President Donald Trump has pioneered the social media of Twitter in a way that resembles “the Haiku of American politics,” notes Salim. He predicts that in the future we should not be surprised at the emergence of “a serous and academic discussion on tweeting.”

No doubt, Donald Trump would have to be the primary subject of that serious and academic discussion. Trump has successfully taken control of the “news reports” surrounding his presidency by mastering the art of tweeting, and in so doing, has amassed a following on Twitter that dwarfs that of the “established” media news outlets.

What have been called “outbursts” and “undignified comments” etc., penned by Trump’s tweets, are, upon closer examination, very calculated and effective methods of communicating with the public at large. Once again, Trump towers above his media opponents in every respect – from being effective at getting his message across, to the size of the audience following him on Twitter. It is an unprecedented revolution.

But that’s only half the story. As repeated experience has been demonstrating, it turns out that it is Trump, and not the media, who appears to be the guy who’s telling it like it is to the American public. Continue reading »

485 – Ghost in the machine? / Just Right year-end review

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Dec 292016
 

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As 2016 draws to a close, we would like to thank you, our listeners, for making 2016 Just Right’s greatest single year in audience growth. 2016 was Just Right’s first year as an independent weekly radio broadcast and podcast, free from the constraints of the politically-correct university environment in which the show originated.

Our on-line listener statistics for the 2016 tell a remarkable story: Over the past year alone, visits to our web site have increased from a few hundred per day in 2015 to an average approaching 2000 per day. “Unique visitors” to our site have increased from an average of 2000 per month to 15,000 per month. And with each passing month, thousands more are added to these numbers.

Considering that Just Right is produced only once a week, the growth in the number shows downloaded over the past year is significant. In 2015 Just Right’s bandwidth traffic of 848 gigabytes represents approximately 12,110 show downloads, while in 2016, bandwidth traffic (to Dec 21) of 4.6 Terabytes represents a minimum of 65,242 show downloads. That’s a growth rate exceeding 500% over the past year alone, and the numbers show no signs of slowing down. Continue reading »

415 – Guest: Andy Janson, Entrepreneur, Inventor, Science and Technology Futurist

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Aug 272015
 

Andy Janson

 
 
 
 

Topics:
00:07 Hydrogen bombed: hydrogen as fuel, hydrogen storage device, fears of hydrogen, water as fuel, OPG’s plan to bury nuclear waste, Deep Geologic Depository, introducing uranium
16:05 Nuclear wasted: from uranium to lead, disposing nuclear waste – identifying the problem, nuclear submarine storage, nuclear reactors being built around the world
28:35 Nuclear new clear vision: new proposals for eliminating nuclear waste, ASAT (anti-satellite), one way trip to the sun, Fulton device, Gerald Bull, Thunder Well, hypersonic shock wave, an irrational one hundred thousand year contract
44:10 An elevating future: uranium’s future potential, nuclear waste as fuel, liquid fluoride salt, irrational nuclear waste burial expectations, space elevator, financing the true disposal of nuclear waste 57:48 END

357 – When the sh*t hits the spam – Digital Canada 150 / Agenda 21- Sustainable Communism

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Jul 032014
 

Digital Canada 150

 
 
 
 

Topics:
00:07 When the sh*t hits the spam: CASL – Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation, by permission only, violations and enforcements, commercial electronic message, prior consent, exemptions, voice-messaging, e-mail, text messaging, social media, Four Horsemen of the Internet, Industry Canada, CRTC, Competition Bureau, Privacy Bureau, Harper delivers on the prostitution principle, spam definition
23:55 Digital Canada 150 years to lose our freedom: CRTC, Digital Canada 150, over half a billion dollars already committed, heritage, culture, official languages, emissions tests for your digital equipment, selective policing and enforcement, private lawsuits, passive vs active consent
32:15 Agenda 21 – Sustainable Communism: Lord Christopher Monckton, Agenda 21, an open conspiracy, United Nations’ environmental agenda for the 21st century, Earth Summit 1992, sustainable development, communism, fear of words, ignorance of history returning us to a totalitarian state, environmentalists of today are the communists of yesterday, same difference – communism and socialism, voting for servitude, Green Cross International, redistribute the wealth
46:26 Green Double-Cross International: evidence clear on side of free market, Agenda 21’s implicit goal is destruction, process of Agenda 21 – from international to local, making driving unattractive, mass transit schemes, Aboriginal status, environmental movement destroys environment, successfully destroying the West 59:09 END

305 – Fracking Gasland / Words to live or die by, honestly

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Jun 202013
 

Fire Water

 
 
 
 

Topics:
02:40 Fracking Environmentalists! blipverts, fiction as documentary, Gasland, Josh Fox, hydraulic fracturing, fracking, FrackNation, water on fire, Phelim McAleer, government regulations, private property rights
12:06 Oil’s Well That Ends Well: Gasland vs FrackNation, speculation, water chemicals, motivation, the real story, Leni Riesenstahl, Triumph Of The Will, Cinéma vérité, arrogance and snobbery, emotion instead of truth or fact, Gasland Oscar nominations, oil, pollution, environmentalism, private property
32:22 Words To Live Or Die By: trust, politics of I, morality of we, David Brooks, individualism, demoralization, words and phrases, communal words, individualistic words, moral terms, courage words, bravery, social science terms, governmentalization, moral awareness, moral culture, Briar MacLean, hero, cultural vocabulary
45:30 Trust Me – I’m Honest: fink, my generation, four horsemen, truth, beauty, honour (honor), verities, right and wrong, social metaphysics, definitions, honest people, reality the common denominator, reality check, fact, truth, honesty, lying, intellectual honesty, taking ideas seriously, selfish virtue, when lying is the honest thing to do, knowledge and choice, false guilt, law of identity 59:28 END