July 19, 2019
Carter and Keri discuss the research and recent Senate testimony of Dr. Robert Epstein, expert in how technology can and is used to influence behavior.
Here's a link to Dr. Epstein's testimony:
Here's a link to Dr. Epstein's 2015 article Carter mentioned:
July 18, 2019
Keri and Carter kept things light today by discussing radical feminism's latest achievement: furniture that somehow mocks itself.
July 17, 2019
Carter and Keri discuss the recurring theme--reinvigorated this weekend by a series of Trump tweets--that the President is racist and therefore anyone who "supports" him is also racist.
July 16, 2019
Keri and Carter discuss Ayanna Pressley's latest feud with the Congressional Black Caucus and the general acrimony between Justice Democrats, including "the Squad" (AOC, Pressley, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar), and the legacy Democratic Party.
Here's a link to the video Keri showed: https://youtu.be/5tZVLNkvHNg
We don't know, either.
July 12, 2019
Keri and Carter discuss the legacy media's propagandized coverage of Thursday's Social Media Summit at the White House. Spoiler: Tim Pool is not an extremist or a conspiracy theorist.
July 11, 2019
Carter and Keri discuss Mississippi gubernatorial candidate Robert Foster's refusal to allow a female reporter to accompany him on his campaign without a male chaperone.
July 10, 2019
Keri reveals Facebook's new pro-violence policy (only towards "wrongthinkers," of course), while Carter openly wonders if Alex Jones was right and the black helicopters are, in fact, real.
July 09, 2019
Keri and Carter discuss the disturbing trend of contaminating food products in grocery stores as a "joke," as well as the recent video of San Francisco resident Chris Cukor, who is accused of being "racist" for placing a "fraudulent" phone call to police about a black man entering his apartment building without credentials.
Nuance Bro made a great video about the San Francisco incident if you're interested in details: https://youtu.be/7Kkgglae-XQ
July 08, 2019
[NOTE: Apologies for the distortion on Carter's audio. Will be fixed in tomorrow's episode.]
Carter and Keri discuss Saturday's arrest of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, his legacy of sexual abuse, and the indifference of government officials to his behavior.
July 05, 2019
Carter and Keri discuss Colin Kaepernick's out-of-context quote from Frederick Douglass' famous speech, "What to the slave is the 4th of July?"
NOTE: Carter incorrectly said that Douglass delivered his speech in a church on the 4th of July, 1852. In actuality, this speech was delivered in the Corinthian Hall in Rochester on July 5th. Therefore, every argument Carter has ever made is patently false and can be dismissed in deference to celebrity tweets.
July 03, 2019
Keri and Carter discuss the recent video of a Scottish teacher letting his authoritarianism show.
Have an opinion out of line with what the authority finds acceptable? Keep it in your own home! Have scientifically valid reasons for questioning a policy? Our policy doesn't need to consider facts! THIS is the essence of public education.
July 02, 2019
Carter and Keri talk about Nike's decision to appease Colin Kaepernick and his ilk by cancelling their new sneaker line featuring the Betsy Ross flag--an early American flag featuring thirteen stars to represent each of the original thirteen colonies--due to concerns that the Americana has "connections" to a "culture of slavery."
If that isn't enough to make you sick, we also discussed the increasingly popular notion that white people are incurably racist by virtue of their genetics. This is called "progressivism."
July 01, 2019
Keri and Carter discuss the brutal Antifa attacks this past weekend in Portland during which reporter Andy Ngo and several other individuals were beaten bloody by crowbar-wielding Marxist insurgents clad in balaclavas.
June 28, 2019
Keri and Carter walk through Ted Cruz's questioning of Maggie Stanphill, an apparently random employee with no information, initiative, authority, or accountability. The company offered Stanphill up to Congress in lieu of sending an actual representative.
In this pre-recorded episode of Deprogrammed, Carter and Keri chat with author Barbara Kay about trans activism, childhood development, rapid-onset gender dysphoria (ROGD), and the role that feminist ideology has played in the rise of modern anti-scientific activism.
Barbara has been a weekly opinion columnist for Canada’s National Post since 2003. For the last few years she has also been a weekly contributor to ThePostMillennial.com, a right-of-centre online news and commentary publication, and monthly to the Canadian Jewish News. Barbara appears twice weekly, Monday and Thursday mornings, on SiriusXM’s Postmedia channel with host Anthony Furey to discuss current events and ideas. Her writing also appears in Quillette.com, the Dorchester Review, a Canadian history magazine and C2Cjournal, a conservative ideas magazine, amongst others. Barbara is the author of three books.
You can follow Barbara's work on Twitter at @BarbaraRKay, or on her website at barbarakay.ca.
Every Thursday at 11:00 Pacific, former SJW Keri Smith joins Unsafe Space to co-host "Deprogrammed."
We'll explore the philosophy, strategy, and tactics that Marxist and postmodern nihilists use to program "Social Justice Warriors," turning otherwise thoughtful, critically-minded individuals into armies of extreme leftist NPCs. Each week, we'll talk about a different aspect of "social justice" culture, drawing both from Keri's personal experience as well as current events.
June 24, 2019
Keri and Carter discuss today's release of a Project Veritas Video featuring a whistleblower from within Google who exposes the company's plans for social engineering in the name of "fairness" (read: social justice ideology).
In the spirit of "found poetry," Keri performs a dramatic reading of a Facebook post from a "woke" male feminist who really needs to get laid.
NOTE TO THE HUMOR-IMPAIRED:
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