On Wednesday 27th November, 2019 at 1900 CT our guest is Monika Schaefer
Monika, a soft spoken violin teacher and community leader in small town Canada, was flung, unintentionally, into worldwide notoriety when she dared to differ from official history of the Second World War, in a short video she released. Her and her brother Alfred’s lives were changed irrevocably, when both were arrested and charged before a German criminal court. Both received prison sentences, of which Alfred is still serving. The German prosecution recently applied for his sentence to be extended.
Take an hour or two and listen to this harrowing tale of a simple and loving lady, becoming the enemy of the State in Germany and the outcast in her own country, for simply speaking her mind and having an unpopular opinion.
PLEASE FAST FORWARD ABOUT 5 minutes. WE HAD MAJOR TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES FOR THE FIRST FEW MINUTES OF THE SHOW – but I PROMISE it is worth listening to.
On Wednesday 7th August, at 1900 CT Schalk and Karin give an update on the situation in South Africa and a message to the rest of the world about the importance of keeping tabs on SA in order to KNOW what is coming the their countries.
On this edition of TCTA, Shaun speaks about a lot of things. The show will speak for itself. Including where he comments on Alison Chabloz’ latest message to the public about her plight. Not to mention the positive outcome when it comes to what has been taking place with his Daughter.
On Wednesday 24th July at 1900 CT our guest will be Mark Williamson who will continue his reporting on the effect that events in South Africa are having and will, in the future, continue to have, a HUGE effect on the rest of the world. He will also discuss his efforts to get the American Congress to take action.
Donations for the survival of the dispossessed White South Africans can be made here:
On Wednesday 17th July at 1900 CT we chat with Leigh Oxley du Preez of South African Family Relief Project about the increasingly dire situation faced by people in South Africa who are denied access to the workplace by the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment rules