Out across the great pond resides a tiny island that is home to many great myths, legends, and folklore. Irish based but a worldwide phenom, Jim welcomes back Gordon of Those Conspiracy Guys to discuss the current state of American politics, their effects on the rest of the world, the disconnect between reality and media, propaganda, and the division of people by the powers that be.
Claiming to be nothing more than “…humble Irishmen with a propensity for critical thinking and common sense… [with a] third eye squinted open for the strangeness of truth”; Gordon and Paul (alongside a regular rotation of guests) venture into the far deep end of subjects such as ghosts and werewolves to CIA mind control and the Illuminati. Stating that “no topic is too delicate or outlandish (except the ones with the really good lawyers)” Those Conspiracy Guys take a humorous and investigative approach to subjects so as to be palatable and informative to everyone, regardless of your experience with the unusual.
Unless you have been living under a rock, in a cave, at the bottom of the ocean for the last fifteen years, it is painfully evident that there is a wee bit o’ turmoil (sorry bad Irish joke. With the joking about Irish and American stereotypes in this episode, it only seemed fitting to carry it over to the notes) in the current political sector. With the legalization of propaganda within the United States, the widening chasm being forced between political ideals, and overall civil unrest, it would seem as though everything is imploding in on itself like a dying star. However when one looks out their kitchen window or goes about their workday, it would seem as though nothing out of the ordinary is happening. Is this part of the division being forced upon us? Is this propaganda? Is there really chaos in the streets and I happen to just be too far away to feel its effects? Where is the line between what is and what is told?
In typical Those Conspiracy Guys fashion, this episode of The Malliard Report goes deep into the propaganda sector and provides great insight into the topic, and is definitely worth the lesson. To keep up with all things Those Conspiracy Guys or to catch up on their podcasts ( with the newer episodes hitting the 7+ hour mark, make sure you have some time carved out in your day) you can either visit their website thoseconspiracyguys.com or find them on just about any and every social network medium. Don’t forget to let us know what you thought about this episode or any of the others in the comments below or via Twitter