Jerm Warfare

Conversations about ideas. My guests and I discuss Covid madness; geopolitics; culture wars; life lessons; climate change; and sometimes talking points related to my home country, South Africa. Jerm Warfare is a safe space for counternarratives.

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Episodes

21 hours ago

TRIGGERnometry is a free speech YouTube show and podcast. Comedians Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster create conversations with guests, including former presidential advisors and political experts, leading economists, psychologists, and so on. We chatted about the state of comedy; woke and cancel culture; the importance of listening to opposing opinions; the future of humanity.

5 days ago

Mike Yeadon is a former chief scientist at Pfizer, and Mattias Desmet is a professor of psychology at Ghent University in Belgium. Both Mattias and Mike have been on my podcast on separate occasions. This time they were together. They discussed mass formation psychosis; scientists not thinking critically; totalitarianism and its parallels to Covid hysteria; the human desire for belief in something; and why Mike could have chosen a better American state in which to live.   Please support my work.

Monday Jan 10, 2022

James Delingpole is an editor, journalist, and author. We started 2022 with a conversation about technocracy getting in the way; democracy being theatre; the world's worst leaders; imagining being eaten by various animals; and why British entertainment is superior. Plot twist: I think Pink Floyd are overrated. Another plot twist: James thinks The Beatles are overrated.   Please support my work.

Wednesday Dec 22, 2021

Sam Bailey is a doctor.   She previously appeared on my podcast to chat about why viruses don’t cause illness.   This time, however, was different.   Sam joined me for a Christmas live-stream in which we drank, laughed, and chatted about   orcs, sheep, and New Zealand; why I am eating turkey all wrong; whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie; which country has the best beaches; and why Sam is a great target for practical jokes.   Please support my work.

Wednesday Dec 22, 2021

Shea Houdmann is a writer at Got Questions (also known as GotQuestions.org).   He joined me, on my podcast, to discuss the meaning of Christmas, including the liberal war on Christmas; why Christmas decorations don't detract from the essence; how giving gifts is Biblical; the confusion around pagan holidays; and the deliciousness of eggnog.   Please support my work.

Friday Dec 17, 2021

Catherine Austin Fitts is an investment banker.   She previously worked in the Bush (senior) administration and was a banker on Wall Street. She currently runs the Solari Report.   Catherine discusses her Rockefeller background; the secrecy in the central banking cartels; the importance of being righteous; the mass control and surveillance coming; why we should not get sucked into the digital world; plague laws; and knowing that we're in a spiritual war.   Please support my work.

Wednesday Dec 15, 2021

Dustin Broadbery is an investigative journalist and blogger.   Our conversation is based on his Off-Guardian piece The Anatomy Of A Cult.   He discusses what a cult is and why Covid fits into the definition; why millions of people succumb to indoctrination; parallels to death cults and totalitarianism; and what we can do to avoid being sucked into the Covid cult.    Please support my work.

Tuesday Dec 14, 2021

Alexander Tschugguel is a regular Austrian taking a stand against totalitarianism. He is the founder of the St Boniface Institute, which was founded as a platform to support the fight for the traditional Catholic faith. Alexander is also very outspoken about the “vaccine” totalitarianism that is consuming Austria. He is taking a principled stand alongside many thousands of fellow Austrians. Alexander joined me for a quick conversation about what’s happening in Vienna; how it’s all about control and surveillance; not dining at the enemy’s table.   Please support my work.

Monday Dec 13, 2021

Robin Monotti is an Italian architect and filmmaker. He discusses why biourbanism is preferable to Smart Cities; how technocratic power structures have dehumanised relationships between people; the importance of local produce; why parallel societies matter; and returning to traditional tools and utilities.   Please support my work.

Sunday Dec 12, 2021

Michael Tellinger is a historian and social scientist.   He discusses the One Small Town project and why soveriegn communities matter; why capitalism is harmful; how the monetary system is slavery; and what we can do to restore human freedom.   Michael also shared some fascinating insights on why everything we think we know is a lie, and why it’s beneficial to “unlearn” conventional education.   Please support my work.

Monday Dec 06, 2021

Denis Rancourt is a scientist and social theorist. He joined me on my podcast about a year ago, but a lot has happened since then. For example, he co-authored a massive paper in which they concluded that, in the United States, there is no evidence of a pandemic. They studied all-cause mortality, which is the most reliable data because, as Denis said, deaths are deaths, regardless of cause. Either somebody died or somebody didn’t die. Here is the full 170-page paper. In our conversation, Denis discusses the conclusions of the paper; why the data shows no evidence of a pandemic; how the lockdowns (and other government interventions) are the cause of excess deaths; and the dangers of the "vaccines".   Please support my work.

Sunday Dec 05, 2021

CJ Hopkins is a writer and satirist. He has written some of the most brilliant, most brutal commentary I’ve read surrounding this pseudopandemic. Such as his piece titled The Road to Totalitarianism. Or The Criminalization of Dissent. Or the one that inspired our conversation, The Covidian Cult. When CJ last joined me on my podcast, our internet connection was plagued with gremlins. Weirdly enough, we had similar issues this time around, which is why the conversation has a few cuts here and there. Nevertheless, it turned out to be great. He discusses the Covidian cult to which millions of people have willingly succumbed; how it's driven by fear and no different to totalitarianism; why being silent is a terrible idea; and what we can do to push back against the global capitalists.   Please support my work.

Friday Dec 03, 2021

Peter Breggin is known as the "conscience of psychiatry". He is a long-time critic of shock treatment and psychiatric medication. Instead, he advocates psychotherapy, education, empathy, and love. In our conversation, which is centred around his new book COVID-19 and the Global Predators: We Are the Prey, Peter discusses who the global predators are; why they are preying on us; what their end game is; and how we can defend ourselves against them. He is a great man with a great mind, and is a great inspiration to me.   Please support my work.

Saturday Nov 27, 2021

Iain Davis is an author and investigative journalist. His great piece, which formed the basis of our conversation, is essential reading.   The Global Public-Private Partnership (GPPP) is a world-wide network of stakeholder capitalists and their partners. This collective of stakeholders (the capitalists and their partners) comprises of global corporations (including central banks), philanthropic foundations (multi-billionaire philanthropists), policy think-tanks, governments (and their agencies), non-governmental organisations, selected academic & scientific institutions, global charities, the labour unions and other chosen “thought leaders.”   In our conversation, Iain discusses the global partnerships between corporations, NGOs, and governments; how one-world governance is being achieved through policymaking and policy distribution; why voting doesn't matter; who is pulling the public strings; and what we can do to protect ourselves from globalist tyranny.   Please support my work.

Thursday Nov 25, 2021

Joost Strydom is the spokesman for Orania. Orania is a fast-growing semi-autonomous Afrikaner town in the middle of South Africa. Joost joined me on my podcast to discuss why and when the town came into existence; the town’s traditional Christian values and conservative politics; who is welcome to live there (and why such exclusivity is not racist); the importance of preserving culture and heritage; why communities matter; and what the long-term expansion of the town looks like. Orania is a fantastic example of self determination.   Please support my work.

Wednesday Nov 24, 2021

Ernst Wolff is a journalist and author. Unfortunately for me, most of his work is in German. But I was able to find English - or subtitled - variations of his incredible commentary, like this one (and this one), and I was not sorry. He joined me for a conversation about how the central banks are deliberately destroying the global economy; why they're using a "pandemic" as the catalyst; who are the people pulling the strings; and what we can do to resist. My conversation with John Titus overlaps this one, which helps me join the dots a bit more.   Please support my work.

Sunday Nov 21, 2021

THIS IS A RE-UPLOAD FROM SEPTEMBER 2020.   Scott Adams is my favourite cartoonist. Everybody knows his comic strip Dilbert. But the reason why Scott is my favourite cartoonist spans beyond Dilbert. Scott’s insight into the world is unmatched, and you can find evidence of this simply by following his blog or by reading his non-Dilbert commentary.    Please support my work.

Thursday Nov 18, 2021

Michael Esfeld is a professor of Philosophy Of Science at the University Of Lausanne in Switzerland. He is very worried about the way in which we gather and distribute knowledge, arguing that it's becoming too cult-like, centralised, and closed. Freedom to act and think creates open societies. In his conversation with me, Michael chats about the work of Karl Popper; the differences between open and closed societies; the fragility of freedom; being cautious of “the greater good” narrative; why “trust the science” is a nonsensical claim; the dangers of science becoming political; and why it’s importance to do your own research. Michael’s insight dovetails conversations I’ve had with Mattias Desmet and Piers Robinson.   Please support my work.  

Wednesday Nov 17, 2021

Joe Navarro is a public speaker, author, and former FBI agent. He spent over two decades, applying his expertise in body language, leading SWAT teams and catching spies. Nonverbal communication is humanity’s primal messenger. It is what humans used before they had the ability to speak, and, unlike words, body language never lies. In this conversation with me, Joe chats about the importance of nonverbal communication; terrible handshakes and picking up women; the art of staring at somebody for just long enough; cultural differences between nonverbal communication; how men and women use body language to communicate differently; how the digital era is affecting body language; and why it is that my buddies and I hit one another for fun. This is one of my favourite conversations to date.   Please support my work.

Tuesday Nov 16, 2021

Rahim Taghizadegan is an Austrian economist, author, and president of the Free Private Cities project. I had the pleasure of listening to him give a talk here in South Africa recently, so I invited him onto my podcast. In our conversation, he explains why city states are a great idea for overall liberty and prosperity; how city states have enjoyed a successful history for many centuries; why more people should know about the Hanseatic League; and why European countries are going to soon end up like African countries. In some ways, the Hanseatic concept strikes me as being superior to secession because it is primarily based around pragmatism such as trade and common interests, while secession relies on political negotiations and geographical borders.   Please support my work.

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