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SFR 105 - Interview with Lou Collins from the UK Column
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July 24, 2014 03:24 AM PDT
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In this episode, Mr Lens interviews Lou Colllins from the UK Column, and alternative news and media outlet based in Plymouth, south west England.

Topics are heavy and controversial, including the situation with Israel and Gaza, and Cameron and Milliband’s staunch support of the Zionist regime as well as institutional corruption and paedophilia in the British government, and Bill Moloney’s plans to set up an independent enquiry with barristers and a grand jury.

This segways nicely to the media blackouts, in particular from the BBC, and how massive protests against the state of Israel in London, as well as protests in both North London and New York by Orthodox Jews against the Zionist state of Israel. Social engineering is also covered - especially in relation to the sexualisation of children, the attempt at ‘normalising’ paedophilia, and sectioning parents who have seen institutional child abuse and reported it to the police.

Other subjects touched upon include, fracking, the Bradbury Pound, Bitcoin, Orwellian language and more.

In the aftermath of the Interview, Mr Lens can barely contain his anger as he feels like strangling the legislators who wish to lower the age of consent to 4, and that even if is 12 considered bad, how there is an enormous difference between 12 and 4, and the dangerous implications on society as a result.

Disclaimer: The above comment is not a threat, just a feeling, and is probably the feeling of the majority. Music:
Barry Hawke (featuring Niall Murphy) - For the Love of Money

SFR 104 - 100 years of permanent war
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July 20, 2014 02:32 PM PDT
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In this episode, Mr Lens takes Shamanic Freedom Radio out to Dartmoor for a roamcast (or is a rantcast?). There’s no mincing of words and no soft language to be heard as he starts with an abridged history of the last century of permanent war, whether it be loud weapons for noisy wars, or silent weapons for quiet wars.

This goes off into a rant about the propaganda concerning the Malaysia Airlines flight which was shot down over the Ukraine, the problems in Israel and Gaza (which leads to a recording of Orthodox Jews stating that they are against the Israeli regime), and the British establishment child abuse scandal, and further issues concerning British families and the sate, summing all these issues up as a kind of Sauron like evil over the world.

Mr Lens then talks about his school days, and goes into detail about the violent nature of the hymns he was made to sing as part of the indoctrinatory programming, and introduces the word ‘somatose’ to the English language as a description of the fluffy space bunnies who are too ‘enlightened’ to have any fire in their bellies at the state of the world.

To sum up he compares this era to Nurse Ratchett’s ward in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

Music:
Hawkwind - Death of War

SFR 103: Avebury Roamcast
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July 18, 2014 05:00 AM PDT
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In this episode, Mr Lens dodges the normal people (or Grockles, a Devon slang term of endearment) as he walks from near Silbury Hill to West Kennet Longbarrow via an underwhelmingly simple crop circle, which he suspects to have been done by 'blokes with boards'. Not being a rigid sceptic however, and having been in 'real' crop circles before, he is not convinced that this is a real one based on the simplicity and the nature of how the crops have been flattened.

During this roamcast, a few familiar subjects are pondered on, such as whether collectives such as Anonymous, Occupy and Zeitgeist really serve the interests of the individual awakener, and in the aftermath of the 'alternative' communities going all sectarian and falling out with each other, he is outspoken about how although he does disagree in places with a few famous speakers and writers that he likes, that you could put us in a pub, and we'd all agree to disagree about things we don't see eye to eye about, and focus on the things we have in common. He also describes a childhood 'bliss' experience which happened 2 years after his 'War of the Worlds' fear experienced rocked his reality.

A brief visit to the inside of West Kennet Longbarrow before heading back in the direction of Avebury wraps up the roamcast.

Music:

Kenny Bird Orchestra - Crazy People Ozric Tentacles - Paper Monkeys

SFR 102: Interview with Paul & Andy from the Unpenned Show
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July 10, 2014 12:35 PM PDT
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In this episode, Mr Lens interviews Paul & Andy from The Unpenned Show, which Mr Lens refers to as the Ronseal Varnish of philosophy, in other words it does exactly as it says on the tin.

Before the interview starts, Mr Lens points out that the powers are now referring to non conformists as domestic terrorists, and in a comedy moment, he demonstrates domestic terrorism by blowing up his vacuum cleaner.

After this comedy mishap, it’s over to the interview with Paul and Andy. In this unpretentious banging of the world to rights with a chip shop owning Yorkshireman and his mate, the focus is on the deconstruction and reconstruction of words and syllables, as many subjects are stripped bare. Subjects include the men in white coats (spy-chologists), the Bible as mind control delivering the end of the world next week every week, the mummy and daddy state, the power of the Queen, kleptocrats, “Grease/Greece is the word”, Hollywood mind control, monopoly, 911, mortgages, Bitcoin, and much more.

Music:

Frankie Valli - Grease (small excerpt)
Propellerheads featuring Shirley Bassey - History Repeating
The Bum Notes - Bottom closing theme

SFR 101: Roamcast in Dartmoor - Controversial subjects
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July 06, 2014 11:52 AM PDT
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In this episode Mr Lens takes Shamanic Freedom Radio to Dartmoor National Park to contemplate about a number of taboo and controversial subjects including how we are all divided, dysfunctional and too preoccupied about petty things that we keep falling out with each other.

This segways to the topical topic of paedophilia in the news - namely Rolf Harris and Jimmy Savile, and the hidden in plain site secondary and tertiary implications of the problem in wider society, such witch hunt mentalities, the allowed sexualisation of children, and the blind eye to killling children in the name of war or football by “paedo bashers”.

The deconstruction of language, and the problems of peer group pressure are also mulled over as Mr Lens looks further into the perpetuation of dysfunctionality in our dying Western culture.

This episode ends with a talk by Alan Watts circa 1970/1971.

Music: Gong - Sold to the Highest Buddha.

SFR 100 - Interview with Thomas Sheridan part 2
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June 29, 2014 07:37 AM PDT
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In this second part of the interview with Thomas Sheridan, the conversation goes onto sleepwalkers acting like they’re awake, global warming broken down, the freeman of the land issue, more on psychopathy, teams and factions in the post pop culture era, the Abrahamic monotheistic infection, comparison of Thomas’s study on psychopaths with Paul Levy’s study on ‘Wetiko’, victimhood as an attack weapon, feminism, Northern Ireland sectarianism, duality/polarity and extremism, aliens and free energy, Judy Wood and 911, Nineteen Eighty Four, the reclamation of Illuminati symbols, and Rik Mayall.

Music by The Mordekkers, a jam recorded live at Avebury on Summer Solstice Eve, 2014

SFR 99 - Interview with Thomas Sheridan part 1
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June 26, 2014 04:09 PM PDT
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In this episode, Mr Lens plays part one of an interview with Thomas Sheridan. The first topic is about psychopaths, and their effects on individuals, and how the balance of power in the world is with them.

Before long the chat unfolds to cover a whole range of inter-related subject covering class systems, dark nights of the soul, Ireland and the Catholic church, Russell Brand and the stupification of the alternative movement, controlled opposition, capitalism vs corporatism, and that’s not all.

After the interview Mr Lens points out that this interview was recorded on the day Rik Mayall died and pays tribute to him.

Music: Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name Of

SFR 98: Interview with Ben Emlyn Jones part 2
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June 20, 2014 06:29 AM PDT
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Part 2 of the interview with Ben Emlyn Jones of HPANWO (Hospital Porters Against the New World Order). Mr Lens and Ben take the discussion onto synthesising one’s own reality model, Robert Anton Wilson’s ‘catmas’ (not dogmas), sceptics, pessimists who masquerade as realists, Dr Who as a shaman, right and wrong use of big words, PC Orwellian language, racism and the N word, and how we are made to automatically police our thoughts.

After the talk and in a moment of silliness, Mr Lens speaks about how Slartibartfast from HitchHiker’s Guide to the Galaxy popped over to convert his toilet into a teleport device, and subsequently teleports back up onto Blake’s 7’s Liberator, where episode 96 started from.

Music: Leonard Nimoy - Highly Illogical

SFR 97 Interview with Ben Emlyn Jones (Part 1)
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June 16, 2014 12:25 PM PDT
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Part 1 of the interview with Ben Emlyn Jones of HPANWO (Hospital Porters Against the New World Order). In this banging of the world to rights, Mr Lens and Ben discuss many things, but the main topic is the internecine infighting in the alternative communities and how everyone is out to expose everyone else as a shill, or an informer, or a member of the Illuminati. It appears that the same ego issues, paranoia, social Darwinism, ignorance, bigotry and fear exist in “evolved” people too, and this seems to be a phenomenon of the time.

Music:
Ozric Tentacles - Ozrosis
Alan Hawkshaw - Chicken Man (original Grange Hill theme)

Shamanic Freedom Radio 96: Teleportation, de-collectivisation and not fearing death.
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June 06, 2014 01:44 PM PDT
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This episode starts in Space on board the Liberator (pictured) from Blake’s 7. Mr Lens is then teleported to Dartmoor, where the roamcast begins from.

Topics include teleportation (obviously), alternative scene thought policing, de-collectivisation from groups and scenes (because individuals cannot be infiltrated by shills, moles, spies etc), not fearing death and not fearing “your own personal room 101”, climate armageddon, ideological flexibility, etc etc…

WARNING! Industrial strength language from a foul mouthed feral Irish Englishman. Easily offended people are asked nicely to listen to something else.

Music: Blake’s 7 Theme by the Dudley Simpson Orchestra

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