Five years on from my “cancellation” for harbouring unholy views on the growth of trans cult, I appear to be finding a new audience.
I’m reliably informed that it’s an audience who are fair chomping at the bit to once again hear honest and uncensored conversations in the media.
The only place in New Zealand to find such dialogue right now is on The Platform, and it’s proving to be quite the sunny spring morning after a long, cold, stormy winter.
It’s obvious that anybody who understands the enormity of what we’re rapidly losing - free speech - will be drawn to listening, and wanting to be a part of this new chapter in our broadcasting history.
We must start trying to find the things that unite us rather than the things that tear us apart. That, to me, is what free speech facilitates. Censorship does the opposite.
If you haven’t yet listened to the latest Free Speech Friday where Sean Plunket talks to two guests - this time namely me and Martyn Bradbury- then I suspect you’ll enjoy it. It’s spirited, sometimes heated, and it’s how discussions and debate used to be had.
Bradbury and I could not be more politically different. Yet I still manage to call him a “fascist” for his mandate, mask-loving mantra, and he still manages to laugh. (I think he honestly thinks I didn’t mean it!)
Here is that discussion, and I hope you too can find time to laugh!
Thanks for reading Riding Shotgun! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.
Thanks for speaking up and carrying on
. in the current climate I and many people are despairing about the msm shite and longing for some real insights.
Good to see you up and about again. But seriously poor Martyn is no match for you, he’s been a drip for decades and I just cannot take anything he says seriously . He will sell an opinion for a dollar and a half.