On this week's episode of the Free Thought Project podcast, John, Jason, and Matt sit down with British-American computer programmer, cryptocurrency and security advocate, and CIA's most wanted, John McAfee. In the podcast we get McAfee's take on coronavirus and the government's reaction as well as his views on the current political system. We'd like to remind our listeners that McAfee's views on the seriousness of the COIVD-19 outbreak are his and his alone. We feel that it is important to bring our community all points of view and McAfee is currently reporting on the lockdown in Spain, making the information he presents rather important.
On this week's episode of the Free Thought Project podcast, Jason and Matt talk with Stephen Ruth, aka the Red Light Robinhood. Unwilling to sacrifice innocent lives for millions of dollars in gross revenue, this nonviolent vigilante admittedly sabotaged traffic cameras in order to call attention to drastically shortened yellow lights endangering and ending several lives in his community. While facing numerous felony and misdemeanor charges for tampering with the highly profitable cameras, Ruth has risked and sacrificed his freedom to seek justice, fight tyranny and give a voice to the voiceless.
On this week's episode of the podcast, Jason Bassler, Matt Agorist, and John Vibes discuss the Coronavirus. We dissect the current mainstream media's approach to their coverage and delve into social media's roll in painting a vastly different picture. We also attempt to examine and analyze many of the current conspiracy theories surrounding the virus in hopes to gain a better understanding of the current situation. (36:09)
On this episode of the Free Thought Project podcast, Jason Bassler, John Liberty, and Matt Agorist discuss the implications of Donald Trump's assassination of Qassem Soleimani. This unilateral move by the president appears to continue a chain reaction of violence that will not stop unless a massive antiwar movement rises up.
This week, John Vibes and Matt Savoy are joined by Scott Horton of Antiwar.com to discuss the recent arrest of Julian Assange and the current state of the anti war movement. Scott shares his thoughts on what we can do to revive anti-war activism and gives some historical background into the current geopolitical situation.
On this weeks podcast, John, Jason and Matt react to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's recent media tour, and how anti-war and police accountability activists are being associated with hate speech. The discussion branches off into the current cultural divide happening around the world. Is it possible that this cultural divide was engineered by an algorithm that was programmed by an establishment think tank?
This week, John, Jason and Matt share their thoughts on the recent shake up at YouTube over questionable children's content, which is causing major advertisers to leave. Youtube and other online platforms have also been under pressure to control the narrative on issues like vaccines.The TFTP team breaks down what this means for freedom on the internet.
On this week's podcast, John, Jason and Matt discuss a few recent drug war related police attacks, including the sketchy raid in Houston last month where two seemingly innocent people were killed. Updates about these stories are followed by a broader discussion about the drug war and police state.
On this weeks podcast, John Vibes, Matt Savoy and Johnny Liberty discuss how politicians and media intentionally divide the public for their own gain. Also discussed were the under-reported topics of the week, including the threat of US intervention in Venezuela.
This week, John, Jason and Matt look back on this past weekend's alternative media summit in Houston, Texas, where journalists from many different backgrounds came together to develop plans to fight against censorship. The government shutdown and the French yellow vests are also mentioned this show, which led to a deep conversation about the efficacy of protests and the limitations of ideology.