Music: Freak Flag Fly by The Womb
Why do our political elites conspire and who is listening to the Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy in Miami? These are the two central questions which preoccupy Josh and Matthew in this week's episode. Matthew finds that his vocabulary has taken a turn for the worst and Josh highlights that he and Matthew know nothing about the rules of succession if you next in line to become POTUS.
This week Josh and Matthew discuss the Celtic New Zealand thesis - the hypothesis that a European people populated Aotearoa (New Zealand) before the arrival of the Māori. Consider this a part 1 of sorts, since Matthew and Josh will be coming back to this wacky theory and its near neighbour, Treatygate, in time. Meanwhile, enjoy Matthew's rubbish Irish accent and Josh rumbling Matthew's game to one-up him on Twitter follower counts.
Music: What a Wonderful World by Rupert Blazer
In this week's episode Josh and Matthew take a look at all the suppressed inventions they don't want you to know about. Josh reveals his ignorance about quantum zero point energy, Matthew talks about stomach ulcers (again) and if you listen to the end, Josh reveals a little known quote of Arthur C. Clarke you probably haven't heard before.
How many times can a person condemn antisemitism? Josh and Matthew condemn it a lot during this very special episode of the Podcaster's Guide to the Conspiracy. Along the way they also condemn the Veterans Today website, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, people who use anti-Zionism as a coded way to be anti-semitic, and Drew. It's positively damnable!