On this edition of Two’s Company, Three’s Allowed Ladies and Gentlemen, almost everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. Firstly we had volume issues and then after sorting those out, there was a horrible hissing sound coming through in the recording. Shaun later learns that all it took to rid the broadcast of the hissing sound, was to turn off the mixing board and then turn it back on. Then the print outs seem to have taken a fall and the list goes on. All errors and in show frustrations aside, the show came out well enough, that you should get the gist of it all. At least we hope so.
Be perfectly sure to give Shaun as much shit as possible about the fact that he didn’t realise that he had in fact did a 5hr show, instead of a 4hr show. Hilarious!
The Port Arthur Massacre has many theories behind it, outside of what we hear coming out of the mainstream media. And whilst we may not take all of what comes out of the alternative media as scripture, with all the information that is now available to us, we can at least agree on one thing, when we revisit that terrible day…. We’ve been lied too.
Shaun has spoken on many an occasion about where he stands when it comes to the massacre. Due to email demands, to go somewhat deeper into the discussion, Shaun gathered some of his information together to discuss the Port Arthur Mossad Operation.
Whilst he does not yet revisit the Mossad side of things on this particular broadcast, he does read from some of Tony Pitt’s works on the matter. He also visits a speech by Andrew Mcgregor.
This show, albeit that so much went wrong technically, is dedicated to men like Tony Pitt, that dared to talk about what he thought really happened on that fateful day. I agree with 98% of what Mr. Pitt had to say about the massacre and Martin Bryant.
Kick back with your favourite beverage or relaxer of your choice and make your own mind up about what you really think took place on the 28th of April, 1996.