Rank #1: Guest: Scott Horton - Reviving The Anti-War Movement
This week, John Vibes and Matt Savoy are joined by Scott Horton of Antiwar.com to discuss the recent arrest of Julian Assange and the current state of the anti war movement. Scott shares his thoughts on what we can do to revive anti-war activism and gives some historical background into the current geopolitical situation.
Rank #2: Is An Algorithm Responsible For The Culture War?
On this weeks podcast, John, Jason and Matt react to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's recent media tour, and how anti-war and police accountability activists are being associated with hate speech. The discussion branches off into the current cultural divide happening around the world. Is it possible that this cultural divide was engineered by an algorithm that was programmed by an establishment think tank?
Rank #3: YouTube Fails, Vaccines And How To Spot Media Manipulation
This week, John, Jason and Matt share their thoughts on the recent shake up at YouTube over questionable children's content, which is causing major advertisers to leave. Youtube and other online platforms have also been under pressure to control the narrative on issues like vaccines.The TFTP team breaks down what this means for freedom on the internet.
Rank #4: No Knock Raids & The Drug War
On this week's podcast, John, Jason and Matt discuss a few recent drug war related police attacks, including the sketchy raid in Houston last month where two seemingly innocent people were killed. Updates about these stories are followed by a broader discussion about the drug war and police state.
Rank #5: The Weaponization of Getting You Angry
On this weeks podcast, John Vibes, Matt Savoy and Johnny Liberty discuss how politicians and media intentionally divide the public for their own gain. Also discussed were the under-reported topics of the week, including the threat of US intervention in Venezuela.
Rank #6: Examining The Power Of Protest
This week, John, Jason and Matt look back on this past weekend's alternative media summit in Houston, Texas, where journalists from many different backgrounds came together to develop plans to fight against censorship. The government shutdown and the French yellow vests are also mentioned this show, which led to a deep conversation about the efficacy of protests and the limitations of ideology.
Rank #7: Guest: Roderick Talley, American Hero Defined
On this week's Podcast Jason and Matt sit down with Roderick Talley to discuss how this brave man has been fighting the police state that set out to accuse of him crimes he did not commit. Talley was the victim of an illegal raid on his home during which police used never before seen explosives to blow up his door. The raid was illegal and entirely based on fabricated evidence and lies and Talley has devoted these last two years to exposing it.Our story About The Incident: https://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-framed-cops-fake-drug-bust-finds-dozens-victims/Roderick's GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/UnjustToJurisDoctor
Rank #8: Dissecting The Bush Funeral Circus
On this week's podcast, John, Jason and Matt discuss the media circus surrounding the death and funeral of George H.W Bush, as well as the under-reported stories of the week that the mainstream ignored, including 9/11 evidence, the trial of Jeffrey Epstein and the recent censorship of pornography on Tumblr and sexual language on Facebook.
Rank #9: Guest: Bill Ottman CEO Of Minds.com
This week, Jason Bassler and John Vibes speak with Bill Ottman, the CEO and co-founder of MINDS, a censorship free social media platform that has been making big moves in the wake of the ongoing social media purge. We discuss the history, background and logistics of his project and make some predictions about the future of the industry. Join us for all that and much more this week on The Free Thought Project.
Rank #10: Political Correctness as Intolerance.mp3
On this week's episode, John Vibes, Jason Bassler and Matt Savoy discuss the contrast between mainstream and alternative media, with the context of our censorship and the circus of Jim Acosta. The team also explores the issue of "hate speech" and how it is now being used as an excuse to stifle anti-war and police accountability activism.