Patrick Casey - The Future of Identity Evropa
December 01, 2017
Patrick Casey contributes to Red Ice and is the CEO of Identity Evropa.
A video version of this show is available here.
Patrick joins us to discuss Identity Evropa’s recent change in leadership. We talk about what the future holds for Identity Evropa, and Patrick dispels a number of misconceptions regarding the transition. We discuss Patrick’s involvement with the organization prior to being made CEO. Later, we talk about a recent bit of activism Identit ...
Conrad, Dan Eriksson & Ingrid Carlqvist - Free Sweden: An Association to Ensure a Future for Swedish People
November 30, 2017
Dan Eriksson lives in Berlin, Germany and is Nationalistic writer, public speaker, podcaster and online video producer for Motgift (antidote). Ingrid Carlqvist worked in mainstream media for many years, before starting Dispatch International with Lars Hedegaard in 2012. She has been a writer for Gatestone Institute and co-hosts the popular Swedish podcast, Ingrid & Conrad. Daniel Frändelöv – a former leftie – who goes ...
Jay Dyer - How Cult Leader Charles Manson Was Made
November 23, 2017
Jay Dyer is a public speaker, lecturer, comedian and author of Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film, as well as the host of the JaysAnalysis Podcast/Esoteric Hollywood. He is also a regular contributor to 21stCenturyWire, Soul of the East and the Espionage History Archive. Jay's work covers a wide variety of subjects, including metaphysics, film analysis, theology, geopolitics, literature, and history.
A video version of this show is avail ...
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FCC Evacuates Meeting Room Just Before Net Neutrality Vote
December 15, 2017
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) abruptly stopped its meeting Thursday and evacuated its meeting room “on advice of security" as it prepared to vote to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality rules. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was in the middle of delivering his statement when he recessed the meeting. Those in the room were instructed to evacuate, and to leave their belongings. A bomb-sniffing dog was brought into the room. The meeting re-convened several minutes later, and Pai said he was acting on the recommendation of the Federal Protective Service. Pai did not offer any additional details.
The FCC Officially Votes to Kill Net Neutrality
December 14, 2017
Despite overwhelming opposition from Congress, technical experts, advocacy organizations and, of course, the American people, the FCC has voted to eliminate 2015’s Open Internet Order and the net neutrality protections it established. The order passed today, “Restoring Internet Freedom,” essentially removes the FCC as a regulator of the broadband industry and relegates rules that prevented blocking and throttling content to the honor system. The FTC now ostensibly has that role, but it is far from an expert agency on this topic and cannot make preemptive rules like those that have been in place for the last few years. Scientists have determined what politics will look like in 2017, and it’s beautiful. pic.twitter.com/sE74SY0GRi — Patrick Casey (@contentmancy) December 14, 2017 As expected,…
Cologne to Distribute ‘Tolerance’ Wristbands to Combat New Year’s Eve Sex Attacks
December 14, 2017
The city of Cologne has announced they will be handing out “respect” wristbands to encourage understanding between individuals on New Year’s Eve and prevent the kind of sex attacks that occurred in 2015. The wristbands are part of a new campaign called “respect” which is sponsored by the city government and controversial Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker. Many have slammed Reker and the campaign on social media likening it to comments she made shortly after the 2015 attacks calling on women to keep men at “arm’s length”, Kronen Zeitung reports. The city of Cologne has announced they will be handing out “respect” wristbands to encourage understanding between individuals on New Year’s Eve and prevent the kind of sex attacks that occurred in 2015.https://t.co/R7SgHXG02j — Defend Europa (@DefendEvropa)…
Video Shows Daniel Shaver Pleading for His Life Before Being Shot by Officer
December 14, 2017
Newly released body camera footage shows a police officer shooting an unarmed man in an Arizona hotel after the man sobbed and pleaded with officers not to shoot him. The graphic video, which was released after a jury acquitted the officer of murder and manslaughter charges, stoked outrage on social media and renewed calls for reforms in law enforcement. “This, to me, is the most horrific shooting I’ve ever seen,” Mark Geragos, a lawyer for the widow and the 5- and 8-year-old daughters of the man, Daniel Shaver, 26, said in an interview. Mr. Geragos, who said he had seen thousands of body camera videos, said the footage was evidence of “the criminal justice system at its worst.” On Jan. 18, 2016, six officers were called to a La Quinta Inn and Suites in Mesa, Ariz., after guests reported seeing…
Robots Are Being Used to Shoo Away Homeless People in San Francisco
December 14, 2017
The San Francisco branch of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) has been ordered by the city to stop using a robot to patrol the sidewalks outside its office, the San Francisco Business Times reported Dec. 8. The robot, produced by Silicon Valley startup Knightscope, was used to ensure that homeless people didn’t set up camps outside of the nonprofit’s office. It autonomously patrols a set area using a combination of Lidar and other sensors, and can alert security services of potentially criminal activity. These robots have had a string of mishaps in the past. One fell into a pond in Washington, DC, in July. Another ran over a child’s foot in California in 2016. And Uber, which is no stranger to the ethical quandaries of what it means to be gainfully employed by a company, has…