There is a transgender bathroom war in the USA, and a transgender pronoun war in Canada. Some transgender or non-binary people do not want to be referred to as ‘he’ or ‘she’ and others refuse to use alternatives, such as ‘they’. This head butting is centered at the University of Toronto, in Canada. David talks with Lee Airton, who has a blog, http://theyismypronoun.com, that discusses why they have chosen ‘they’. While some people have taken rigid, opposing extremes on this issue, it does appear that there is a middle ground.
David catches up on his mailbag and press clippings, reading some feedback from previous shows, discussing the two horrible Presidential choices that America faces, and also talking about vaccines and the Zika virus scam.
In episode 118, David interviews James Ottar Grundvig, author of “Master Manipulator”. The subject of his book is Poul Thorsen, both a critical player in the CDC’s whitewashing of the nercury-containing thimerosal preservative in vaccines, and a fugitive from justice. Yet, despite stealing research funds from the CDC, and despite FBI charges, nobody seems to want to find Thorsen, who is still working at a hospital in Denmark. It is not just him, Grundvig also identifies other Master Manipulators involved with the CDC’s frauds.
David Crowe talks with Alison Tomlison and Raymund Ban about nutrition, while he is in South Korea. Alison dealt with her own severe health problems, which she resolved by determining that she was seriously gluten intolerant, and needed supplementation to reclaim her health. Raymund is one of the leaders of the only alternative AIDS organization in the country, and has come to believe that the HIV-positive people whose health declines are nutritionallly challenged, probably also gluten intolerant. Two podcasts that are mentioned are Episode 108 because it deals with nutritional supplements initially designed for animals, and episode 47, the discussion with Terry Wahls (MD) who recovered from severe MS through a radical change in her diet.
David examines the problematic characteristics of the United States unique electoral system. Some of these include the embedded two party system, where third parties are allowed, but can never achieve power, and the lack of true federal elections, with most rules about the elections controlled by states or counties. The US constitution appears to act as a barrier to real and rapid reform.
David talks to John Whitehead about a wide variety of issues, starting with the Paula Jones sexual harassment case against President Bill Clinton, then government experiments on its own people, the militarization of police, over-criminalization, racism and torture. Fundamentally it is about freedom and slavery in the supposedly democratic West.