Chasing Rabbits

It’s Independence Day in America, or as the British call it, “Monday.” And that means another edition of London Calling.

In this week, James tells Toby about his trip to Devon to see his granddaughter, why he thinks  terrorist attacks by radical Islamists are often false flag operations organised by the deep state, his admiration for the farmers and fishermen protesting in the Netherlands and the British Grand Prix almost takes on a Death Race 2000 vibe.

In Culture Corner, James is loving The Terminal List (Amazon Prime) and Toby says he enjoyed season four of Stranger Things (Netflix), but thought 30 minutes could have been shaved off the two-and-a-half hour finale.

Opening sound this week: Sky News Australia’s The Outsiders on the Dutch farmers protest.

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  1. Scott Wilmot Member
    Scott Wilmot
    @ScottWilmot

    Oh dear, y’all both tripped all over yourselves talking about the recent Supreme Court decisions.

    2A decision – upheld the Constitution that “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”

    Dobbs/Roe decision – realized that no right to abortion appears in the Constitution and the issue shall be left up to the people/States

    EPA? decision – recognized that Congress shall pass laws, not a 3-letter regulatory agency – another win for the Constitution.

    This is not a conservative activist court (they did the job assigned by upholding the Constitution) nor is it a psyop of the Deep State. C’mon, terrible analysis. I expect better of y’all.

    You guys are great, but I for once was annoyed by James chasing rabbit holes. I need to get him here to the ranch in Texas, grill him a good ribeye, serve him some good gin, smoke some good weed, and get him back on track. You’re both invited.

    Cheers, keep up the good work. I really enjoy this podcast.

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  2. EJHill Podcaster
    EJHill
    @EJHill

    Scott WilmotYou guys are great, but I for once was annoyed by James chasing rabbit holes. I need to get him here to the ranch in Texas, grill him a good ribeye, serve him some good gin, smoke some good weed, and get him back on track. You’re both invited.

    Moink?

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  3. I Walton Member
    I Walton
    @IWalton

    Shows us how the left can drive us crazy.   The Roe v Wade decision is real, so are the others.  They will be fought, they will try to use them against us, but they’re real.  The new left is totalitarian, can coordinate  but they aren’t centrally clever.   Their stupidity isn’t new, it’s  narrowly self interested like all of us and they don’t understand what that means in a modern post industrial economy where a narrow group increasingly runs things.   The emergent post industrial  economy  will collapse after it concentrates and starts eating itself.   What we’re seeing now is that first they eat everybody else.  The new left does not understand where the modern economy came from, what is necessary to keep it alive nor, most importantly, where it goes when they win.   Brave New World is a nightmare, but requires very clever cooperative folks to run it.  What we’ll get is what man got throughout history.  Narrowing rot and collapse.  That’s better than the brave new world nightmare but not recommended.  

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  4. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    James accuses Toby of being naïve — yet he fails to see the malign hand of the Deep State behind his problems with Lyme disease.

    Who’s a cuck now!

    Obviously, Lyme disease was designed to drive people out of the suburbs and rural areas into the cities, because the Deep State needs all those lands for its solar and wind farms.  (And billionaires don’t like neighbors.)

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  5. Scott Wilmot Member
    Scott Wilmot
    @ScottWilmot

    EJHill (View Comment):

    Scott Wilmot: You guys are great, but I for once was annoyed by James chasing rabbit holes. I need to get him here to the ranch in Texas, grill him a good ribeye, serve him some good gin, smoke some good weed, and get him back on track. You’re both invited.

    Moink?

    Home grown Texas beef.

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  6. ToryWarWriter Reagan
    ToryWarWriter
    @ToryWarWriter

    Every time I think I might be too red pilled, I can now listen to James Dellingpole and say ‘No.  Im still fine.’

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  7. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    ToryWarWriter (View Comment):

    Every time I think I might be too red pilled, I can now listen to James Dellingpole and say ‘No. Im still fine.’

    James should have one of those warning signs on his back, like construction vehicles:

    DO NOT FOLLOW — DOES NOT STAY ON ANYTHING A SANE PERSON WOULD RECOGNIZE AS A ROAD

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