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 10th July at 1900 CT our guest will be “Truthstinger” host of the Rage Against the Regime podcast. Truthstinger has been a staunch supporter of the South African cause for over 5 years and will share her insights into the effect on Western countries of the disaster happening in South Africa.
I wanted to post this show because Jimmy invited his Mother onto the broadcast (back when he and I were on Oracle Broadcasting) and she goes into detail about children on the Internet and how the parents need to be watching them like a hawk.
Don’t miss this very important episode of RadioX. If somebody, ‘MomX’s’ age can get it, then so can you. Unless you’re a douche bag that can’t critically think for yourself.
Jimmy then goes on to interview Lee Rogers about his movie, ‘Power of the Purse’.
On this episode of RFSA we are pleased to have as our guest Dr Dan Roodt .
Dr Roodt is a well-known Afrikaner commentator and the author of many books including “Raiders of the lost Empire: South Africa’s ‘English’ Identity,” “The Scourge of the ANC,” and “Johannesburg In Five.”
In 2000 Dr Roodt also founded the Pro-Afrikaans Action Group (PRAAG) an NGO in South Africa, as well as a publishing company by the same name.
He is currently president of Pretoria PEN, affiliated to the international writers’ organisation.
Dr Roodt has also been active in the movement for racial and linguistic equality in South Africa and regularly protests against anti-white violence in that country. According to prof. Jaap Steyn and Hennie van Coller of the Free State University in Bloemfontein, he has been one of the three most influential Afrikaans language activists of the twentieth century.
He has just returned from a trip to the Netherlands and Sweden. His lecture in Stockholm on the Swedish (ANC)/South African relations during Apartheid is available on youtube
Without Sweden ANC wouldn’t be in power | Dr. Dan Roodt