Sir Michael Lyons says recent BBC “attacks” on Corbyn are “quite extraordinary,” while Kuenssberg gets attacked herself.
New study links believing in conspiracy theories with mental stress, but not much else.
In December, Michel Platini was banned from all football-related activities for eight years for making a a “disloyal payment.”
Tom Secker makes his long awaited return to the WideShut Webcast to discuss his research in to the state sponsorship of entertainment.
Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes retracts claims that security knew about Bataclan attacks, as theatre owners brand him insane.
Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes says Bataclan theatre security never showed up the night of the terrorist massacre.
WideShut explores Netflix series ‘Making a Murderer’ and cautions not to jump on the bandwagon so easily.
Despite claiming to be a truth seeker – from the Y2K incident to FEMA Camps – Alex Jones is renowned for just making stuff up.
A man was charged with the sexual assault of an actress with no evidence, now a blogger has named the actress … with no evidence.
Explaining why we don’t see shell casings ejected and why Alison Parker doesn’t appear to be nodding – in Flanagan’s cell phone footage.
Did Turkey football fans really boo the victims of the Paris terror attacks? Here’s the other side of the story.
Why the actions of ISIS and their ties to Western foreign policy, mean the Paris Attacks can’t be brushed off as an Islam or “all Muslims” issue.
Jeremy Corbyn questions the war on terror narrative, and the establishment try their best to smear him.
I talk with the Sword and Scale podcast to give an overview of the Hampstead Satanic Cult hoax.
Explaining why all of the hoax theories surrounding the WDBJ7 live shooting in Virginia don’t stand up to scrutiny.
Exploring ISIS is fake memes, the death of Sandra Bland, the Freeman/Common Law movement, listener feedback, and more.
Keelan and Sam explore the viral “fallen angel” story, and the idea that all mass shootings are caused by psychotropic drugs.
How the Hampstead Satanic Cult allegations spread, and the “alternative media” implications.
The crazies at “Hampstead Research” have named me the “Cult Apologist of the Week” – it would be funny if it wasn’t so tragic.
I Joined James Corbett to discuss the Hollie Greig and Hampstead hoaxes, and what these stories tell us about how the alt media functions.