Episode #28 – SUNDAY WIRE: ‘The Virtues of Political Incorrectness’ with Patrick Henningsen and Basil Valentine

Episode #28 of The Sunday Wire Radio Show with host Patrick Henningsen resumes this Sunday April 6, 2014 with 3 hours of power-packed talk radio broadcast live on GMN

SUNDAY-WIRE-web-small-150x150This week’s theme: “The Virtues of Political Incorrectness”

SUNDAYS – 5pm-8pm GMT | 12pm-3pm EST | 9am-12pm PST

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This week THE SUNDAY WIRE covers the hottest news stories of the week including the latest on the magical missing plane, Flight MH370, Washington’s new Russiaphobia, Syria 2.0 coming this summer, and the ‘NSA crisis’ deception. Also, we’ll discuss the recent forced resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich under pressure from the LGBT lobby as well as how Political Correctness is destroying tolerance in modern society and reveal its roots in ‘Cultural Marxism’. We also will break down in detail President Obama’s recent ‘New World Order’ address in Brussels, followed by a tribute to comedian Richard Pryor. In the final hour we’ll visit with Basil Valentine to review his recent American tour.

*WARNING THIS EPISODE CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND ADULT THEMES*

Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield - this is your brave new world…



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  • Max Derpy

    I consistently see modern “feminists” attacking men and any social power a person has if he is a man. Attacking and dis-empowering someone does not and never has empowered anyone else. Two dis-empowered persons does not an empowered person make.( http://imgur.com/7mSkwMz )

    The “politically correct” trend in today’s body politic is really a form of dividing the country against itself. Historically, this is how empires fall. The threat narrative of the empire is internalized onto aspects of itself, eventually resulting in the failure of the socioeconomic structures which enable the empire to perpetuate itself into the future.

    I believe we are seeing the downfall of the USA republic, through internalization of the threat narrative, targeting white people who “civil rights”, men through “sexism” and “pedonoia” (pedophile paranoia), educational excellence through “common core” and “no child left behind” initiatives, traditional family structures through “LGBT” lobbies, etc. The United States of America is attacking itself on every front. A house divided against itself shall not stand.

    The executive branch will soon emancipate itself from our ineffective and largely ceremonial congress and senate. It happened when Rome transformed from a representative republic into an empire, and it will happen here. When it does, the US Empire will reach full effect, using it’s own military might to force compliance of it’s member states, until apathy eventually overcomes the states and peoples to the point that nothing can be completed and they system comes to full stop, as has happened throughout history in these cycles of freedom and oppression.

    • Predrag J. Maranovic

      Max, I have to agree with you on pretty much all of that. You are right
      on the money in identifying the internalisation of the America’s
      external imperial characteristics.

      Things will really get hairy
      when the current LGBT Coalition and other special interest political
      blocs begin to subdivide as they battle with each other for the
      remaining scraps left in the new American political slums. Then new,
      more bizarre Coalitions will form and we will see a fractured society –
      that’s when the Federal hammer will strike hard and initiate that
      process which you have so well articulated. Look at how one extremist
      minority has come to shape US foreign policy and thus weaken it – the
      Israeli Lobby. The LGBT’s are mimicking many of the tactics and
      political methods of that lobby – the end result is a paralysis in government – totally disfunctional.

      • Max Derpy

        It is politically incorrect to be critical of AIPAC, NOW, and other specific political ideologies and their agendas. The result is that those groups gain free reign over the political system. Ask yourself if you are free when you aren’t allowed to be critical of anything the political process presents to you as “law” under the guise of political correctness.

        I’d like to know who actually decides who gets this protected status under political correctness, and who doesn’t. Surely it isn’t just happenstance.

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