This is the third episode of the Right Minds Podcast, hosted by Dieuwe de Boer and Jesse Anderson and recorded on the evening of Thursday 25th April, 2019, due to Easter and ANZAC holidays.
In this week's episode, we discuss:
- The vanishing Capital Gains Tax and how it kills off the main point of opposition National has been using against Labour. Now Jacinda has moved on to social media crackdowns.
- The bombing of Christian churches in Sri Lanka, the inability of some politicians to name Christians as victims, and the stupidity of thinking that a ban on "hate speech" will prevent violence.
Brian Tamaki's crusade against the government on hate speech and embracing Islam over Christianity.
The media's function as propaganda outlets with regards to disseminating disinformation, whether about President Trump or local anti-establishment figures.
This episode is available on Youtube, but you can also listen on your favourite podcast reader by using the link to our podcast feed. You can also listen directly on the website below.
This week's classic piece was J.S. Bach's Easter Oratorio, played by the Gent Collegium Vocale and conducted by Philippe Herreweghe.
Next week we hope to have a mystery guest join us on the show.