Hagen Grell - German Election: Can AfD Win?
September 22, 2017
Hagen Grell works as a host in the German alternative media, as a reporter, entrepreneur and trouble maker for the good cause. As a web programmer by trade he’s now fighting the social programming of political correctness. His main fields are journalism, philosophy, psychology and interviewing guests.
Hagen returns to Red Ice to fill us in on the upcoming German federal election. He first tells us that the election is essentially Alternative for Germany ver ...
Blair Cottrell - Australian Nationalist Found Guilty of Opposing Islamization
September 15, 2017
Blair Cottrell is an Australian political activist, carpenter, and the leader of The United Patriots Front.
Blair joins us to discuss his legal battles, the Islamization of Australia, antifa, and much more. But first, Blair tells us about his background, including how he came to be involved in right-wing politics. Next, we discuss the recent court decision in which Blair was found guilty of “inciting contempt for Muslims.&rdqu ...
Millennial Matt - Combating Left-Wing Lunacy with Trolling and Humor
September 11, 2017
Millennial Matt is a free speech activist, YouTuber, and political dissident with an interest in historical revisionism.
Matt joins us to discuss his videos, antifa violence, Charlottesville, and much more. To begin, Matt tells us about his background, including how he came to be red-pilled. Next, we talk about some of the videos he’s made. Matt explains his notorious trolling of Shia LaBeouf, which took place at the short-lived He Will ...
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STDs Reach Record High in America
September 26, 2017
Sexually transmitted diseases surged to a record high in the United States last year, with more than two million cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis nationwide, officials said Tuesday. This was "the highest number ever," said the annual Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report released today by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Most of the new cases -- 1.6 million in 2016 -- involved chlamydia, a bacterial infection that affects both men and women. Gonorrhea also increased among men and women last year, but the steepest rise was among men (22 percent), said the report. Nationwide, gonorrhea cases reached 470,000, with a large share of new gonorrhea cases among men who have sex with men. These trends are "particularly alarming" because of the growing threat…
France: Macron Pushes for Centralized European Military, Budget
September 26, 2017
French president Emmanuel Macron made a wide-ranging speech on his vision for the future of the European Union Tuesday, in a landmark event which signifies the acceptance of the Union’s main players of an accelerated move towards a European State, with Britain being dragged along. In comments that come just months after the de facto leader of the EU Angela Merkel said she would be willing to accept a common European budget and a Europe-wide finance minister, Macron — who was ridiculed at the start of his presidency for saying he wished to rule as Roman God Jupiter — said he wanted to complete the monetary union project, started with the launch of the Euro single currency in 1999. Moves towards full monetary union and a single military have been held up for years by British opposition, but now…
NFL Ratings Crash to New Lows on CBS for Week 2
September 25, 2017
The NFL has suffered new lows for its Week 2 action on CBS, with a double-digit fall from last year’s numbers. A report from Sports Media Watch, says that the NFL’s Week Two game fell an incredible 24 percent over last year’s Week Two and 15 percent over the ratings seen in 2015. CBS earned an 8.4 rating with 14.5 million viewers last Sunday. However, last year’s Week Two game earned Fox an 11 share and 19.2 million viewers. For 2015, CBS saw a 9.8 rating and 16.7 million viewers, according to Sports Media Watch. In fact, this season’s Week Two is the network’s lowest mark since 1998, and the first two games of the season are down double-digits at a multi-year low. Week One’s season opener between the Chiefs and the Patriots was also a disappointment, drawing only a 14.6 rating for NBC. Last…
North Korean Official says U.S. has Declared War
September 25, 2017
Country’s foreign minister says Pyongyang is justified to down U.S. planes in international airspace North Korea’s foreign minister said Monday the U.S. had declared war on North Korea and his country considered all possible responses to be on the table. Ri Yong Ho, speaking to reporters in New York, said North Korea now has “every right to make countermeasures, including the right to shoot down U.S. strategic bombers, even if they are not yet inside the air-space border of our country.” U.S. warplanes on Saturday flew near the North Korean coastline north of the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea. Mr. Ri said North Korea interpreted recent remarks by President Donald Trump as a declaration of war. In a Twitter message on Saturday, Mr. Trump said North Korea’s leadership would…
Swedish Women get Hotline to Report Mansplaining
September 25, 2017
Mansplaining is when 'a man explains something to a woman without being asked, particularly something which she might already know more about than him' Women who have things mansplained to them in the workplace can now report it to a dedicated hotline. Unionen, Sweden’s largest union, is encouraging members to call up when male colleagues give them unsolicited lectures on things they already understand. The organisation, which represents 600,000 private sector workers, launched the advice line on Monday and said it will be open from 10am to 4pm everyday for a week as part of a campaign to highlight and stamp out the insidious and damaging practice. For those who might not be familiar with the modern portmanteau, the union defined mansplaining as when “a man explains something to a woman without…