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Other People’s Podcasts 0078 – The Survival Podcast: Jason Christoff on Self Sabotage and Media Control — 1 Comment

  1. That was really good, thanks for that, dude.

    I’m in danger of having to put Spirko in my podcast list if you’re about done with his. I’ve enjoyed you curating the best of his work though.

    By way of reciprocation, I listened to a great podcast on a very similar theme today, from two English lad who are proper Wuhan sceptics, interviewing a Scottish sports performance psychologist, covering the psyop of the last 2 years, and crossing over with that Spirko cast on the way kids are brought up causing loss of ability to deal with risk and adversity.

    Have a listen and see what you think – if you need subtitles for the accents, give me a shout – I’m a native speaker 😉

    https://www.sheepfarm.co.uk/music/sheep-farm-58-dr-mark-nesti-the-collapse-of-critical-thinking/

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    Today we have a someone who we’ve been looking forward to chatting with since we first spoke last summer.

    Dr Mark Nesti was associate Professor at Liverpool John Moores University, Mark is a HCPC Registered Sport Psychologist.

    He is the author of several books, he’s worked with many high profile professional sports stars.

    Although from the world of academia Mark is also someone who has questioned the current nonsense.
    Mark is also writer for The Conservative Women, (who are not part of the tory party) in one article called, how mask slavery messes with your mind, he questions the policies of the last 2yrs by this totalitarian agenda.

    He is as you’ll see a no-nonsense Scotsman, it’s good to have people of his ilk on board and we really enjoyed chatting with him and I’m sure this won’t be the last time we talk.

    Cheers, I hope you enjoy the chat.

    Baaa
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