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SFR 146 - Beating off the left/right psy-op
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August 15, 2017 12:54 AM PDT
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In this episode Niall speaks about the recent problem of so called alternative media becoming as much of a propaganda tool as the mainstream, if not worse. Since the political left has become so ridiculous, the alt right has attempted to hijack the narrative of the left's critics, subtly insinuating puritanical conservative and sometimes borderline fascistic narratives into the mix. Niall suspects that the so called alternative media "stars" with the highest ratings - especially those who come from North America - are using their platform to steer those who fall out of the mainstream into the direction of toxic, obsolete 20th century ideologies, and that the best way to deal with this is to reject both sides and search for people who are real out of the box thinkers with no agenda, and who will help in your search to define yourself as an individual. Music - Niall Murphy - Mission Ineffable
SFR 145 - Thomas Sheridan at Glastonbury Symposium
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July 30, 2017 10:44 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall plays a recording of Thomas Sheridan talking at the Glastonbury Symposium on Saturday July 29, 2017. This talk is about psychopaths, which will be familiar for those who know Thomas, but will be a great introduction for those who have just discovered him. Music: Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak
SFR 144 - Recovering from the pseudo spiritual
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July 18, 2017 05:30 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall mulls over the 'aftermath' stage a person goes through when they have freed themselves from the cultish nature of pseudo spiritual people, but still have to deal with the emotional residue they've been left with, and why it's important to get to a stage of emotional indifference concerning these offending people. This merges into a light/shadow metaphor and the infernal ubiquitous 'lit-up-ness' that so called 'lightworkers' mistake for true light, and how it makes them externalise the dark. Music: Björk - Hyperballad
SFR 143 - Niall gets the Turdis out again!
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July 05, 2017 08:03 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall decides that he’s had enough of being on Earth as so goes into space by landing his Turdis on Blakes’ 7’s The Liberator. After a clip from Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the silliness subsides and Niall speaks about how a lot of us in the so called ‘alternative’ media over sensationalise all the bad stuff because it’s newsworthy, and don’t talk enough about good things that could happen in the future. Maybe the future is not as doomed as we fear, and just maybe we could do with being a bit more optimistic. Music: Air - You Make It Easy
SFR 142 - Conservato-Terrorism and Chronic Ideological Disorder
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June 28, 2017 04:41 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall rants about the possibility that the new Conservato-Terrorist regime in the UK could be a plot by hidden hands, involving the Tories being instructed to trash their own popularity as part of a globalist socialist agenda. Could this be the case? The other main topic of this podcast is the spread of extreme ideological disorder - the great plague of our time - to balkanise people into fixed polarised factions. Music: Here and Now - Fire in the Sky
SFR 141: Political victory for anarchists?
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June 10, 2017 09:41 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall shares his amusement at the farce that passes for the summer 2017 UK general election, and how it could possibly be a victory for anarchists as we have ended up with a strong opposition and a weak, precarious, divided government that, in order to be in power, has to form a coalition with the DUP, the political wing of a former terrorist organisation with connections to Ian Paisley, thus rendering the UK Government a 'Terrorist Regime' and the irony of fighting terrorism under such circumstances. Music - Gong - Sold to the Highest Buddah
SFR 140 - Stop your bickering and let's unite.
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June 06, 2017 11:35 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall puts his bigger picture perspective forward in the aftermath of the spate of terror attacks in the UK, and how we need to stop bickering from our islanded, balkanised echo chambers about who did it, whether it's the Muslims or the Spooks, and unite as people. In the second half Niall discusses crypto currencies like Bitcoin, and why they are not the 'cashless society' that David Icke once warned us about. Music: Gary Numan and Tubeway Army - Bombers Gong - Oily Way
SFR 139 - Kramer's not gone flat after all
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April 01, 2017 03:51 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall backtracks on the previous episode concerning Neil Kramer. After looking at the situation from a different perspective it appears that in the process of Niall, Thomas Sheridan, Ben-Emlyn Jones and various other people witnessing the crazy cult like build up of the flat Earthers and taking a more hostile view because of how it’s made people become, it’s likely that Neil Kramer was not caught up in this soap opera and may not have been aware of what a hot potato it had become. Neil Kramer is reinstated into the intro, and hopefully there are no hard feelings. We live and learn, except when we don’t. Music: David Sylvian - Forbidden Colours
SFR 138 - Kramer's gone flat
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March 29, 2017 03:29 AM PDT
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In this episode, Niall rants about how disappointing it is that the Flat Earth phenomena has taken Neil Kramer of all people. As a result, Ben-Emlyn Jones replaces Neil on the new Shamanic Freedom Radio intro. Other topics include the three main ‘internet ghetto’ perspectives - the left wing, the right wing, and the conspiranoid - especially the branches of these ideologies who are sloppy and non critical in their thinking. And much more. Music - Frank Zappa - Peaches En Regalia
SFR 137: Say what you like and like what you bloody well say
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February 10, 2017 05:08 AM PST
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In this episode, Niall reflects in a comedy rant on how the political left have completely jumped the shark, lost not only the plot but also the argument, how hating Trump has become an obsessive addiction tantamount to heroin habits,how the elites seem to be fractured, and how we could be going through a major cultural big bang at the moment despite all the chasms opening around us, plus more. Music: Gong - Wacky baccy banker

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