Jerm Warfare

Jerm Warfare



Mpiyakhe Dhlamini is my favourite Zulu anarchist who correctly says that taxation is theft. He is also a programmer and works for the Free Market Foundation (South Africa).


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Michell Black is an activist on behalf of Extinction Rebellion, a global environmental movement with the stated aim of using nonviolent civil disobedience to compel government action to avoid tipping points in the climate system, biodiversity loss, and the risk of social and ecological collapse.



Unathi is an entrepreneur and founding member of the South African Capitalist Party (ZACP). She loves free markets.

Rowan Polovin is one of the heads of the SAZF (South African Zionist Federation), a pro-Israel organisation that lobbies for Jewish interests.

Anika Rossle is a lawyer who sits on the council of Gun Owners South Africa and advocates female firearm ownership and self defence.

Mark is a South African Constitutional Court advocate with a lot of experience in matters surrounding free speech, hate speech, the old South African flag, censorship, art, and so on. This episode was plagued with connectivity problems.

Steve Drain is a pastor and spokesman for the Westboro Baptist Church, probably the most controversial church in the world, known for picketing funerals of soldiers; speaking out against homosexuality; and preaching a message of hate.

Dan Roodt is an Afrikaner author, publisher, and commentator who supports Afrikaner independence and self-determination, and preservation of Afrikaans heritage and culture.

Katie Hopkins is a media personality, columnist, and businesswoman. She was a contestant on The Apprentice and Big Brother. YouTube took down this episode because YouTube doesn’t believe in freedom of speech.

Mark Sargent - as can be seen in his books and Netflix films - is a proponent of a flat Earth. Not only that, but the Earth is enclosed inside a dome (à la The Truman Show), and nobody - other than, perhaps, the political elite - know what’s beyond the dome.

Patrick Moore is a founding member and past president of Greenpeace. He is a hated scientist because his extensive research on climate change is unpopular and, thus, brilliant.

Renaldo is a prominent South African YouTuber, chatting with guests and viewers about all sorts of topics. He is also a ward councillor for South Africa's official opposition party, the Democratic Alliance.

Rouen sits on the board of Gun Owners South Africa, a gun rights lobby group of which I am a member.

Sihle Ngobese, also known as Big Daddy Liberty, is a gun-loving orthodox Zulu Jew who travels around South Africa to promote individual freedom, prosperity, rule of law, and all things anti-left.

Gavin is the founder of Vice magazine and Proud Boys, and is hated by the left, feminists, and everybody in between. He is also brilliantly funny and banned from Twitter and Facebook.

Ernst is the deputy CEO of AfriForum and probably gets called more names than I do.

We chatted about the old flag, liberalism, conservatism, and minority rights.

Jerm and Helen chat about her new position at the Institute Of Race Relations, identity politics and how it's destroying everything, and whether or not South Africa has a prosperous future.


Katie Hopkins is a media personality, columnist, filmmaker, speaker, sexist, racist, Islamophobe, homophobe, fat-shamer, and [insert label].

You can obviously guess which of those nonsense descriptions stem from the mainstream media.


Created 3 weeks, 5 days ago.

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CategoryNews & Politics

Jerm Warfare is about politically incorrect ideas.

The mainstream media has become increasingly intolerant towards unpopular opinions.

Jerm Warfare is about pushing back through a weekly live stream with guests from around the world.

I do not necessarily agree with the views of my guests, but since I am not afraid of ideas that differ from my own, I am happy to engage.

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