The Waco siege was a siege of a compound belonging to the group Branch Davidians by American federal and Texas state law enforcement and US military. The siege lasted for 51 days between February 28 and April 19, 1993 and ended with an FBI assault, during which the compound burned down, killing 76 people inside including David Koresh.
In this episode, the Nerds talk about the siege and the documentary Waco:The Rules Of Engagement, which states that the American government set fire to the compound and shot at those trying to escape.
Woke yeah? What even is a Red pill? Buck tries his best not virtue signal himself to death. I say how dare someone hold a complex set of opinion based on evidence and reflection. No you must be in my camp or you’re a Nazi/femaniazi.
Bought is a 2015 Documentary in which Tony Bark (Quicksliver from Xmen not the MArvel extended universe) tries to tie together all sorts of health based conspiracy theories. The films titular idea is that big pharma is paying to spread diseases. This frankly idiotic idea is repeatedly asserted by a cavalcade of the under qualified, misrepresented, and down right morons.
Framed as a return to form after the calamity of Prometheus (which made $300 million profit ffs), Alien: Covenant is Ridley Scott’s, hopefully, final bash at the Alien franchise. We join a group of misfits with no real purpose or clear goal as they talk about a film with aliens and what not.
Food Inc a 2009 ‘Documentary’ on food production and consumption practices of North America. Mistaking less efficient and more labour intensive farming practices as some how better or natural is mistake. Food inc sets out to expose corporate greed or the while ignoring the exact same issue is ‘organic’ farming.
You know that famous ship that sank? Did it really sink? Is it sunk? who’da sunk it? There is a conspiracy of titanic proportion that the titanic didn’t actually sink instead was replaced by the sister ship.
The nerds are joined by their good friend Natalie, from the science enthusiast podcast as well as the creator of the Science Moms movie. Natalie gave the nerds a sneak peak at her film and was gracious enough to talk to us about it.
Christmas… Why are you watching this and not spending time with your loved ones? Perhaps you feel that the commercialisation of Christmas has become rampant and the true meaning has come and gone? Well then perhaps the Christian warrior Kirk Cameron can help you see how all these apparent different odd traditions are actually all Christian traditions. This movie is the result of when someone with out Logic tries to make a logical argument.
Wind power, clean renewable energy, but is it efficient? There is evidence that ti has flaws but what about safe? A growing number of people are starting to believe that living in close proximity to wind turbine farms is causing medical issues. Who is to blame for these turbines well none other than the dirty Liberals.
Cancer, that highly complex catch all term for literally hundreds of different conditions has a single natural cure. Almost too good to be true right? Myles and James recently meet up in person in Manchester to among other thing watch a shitty movie ‘One Answer to Cancer’ an Australian attempt at spreading bullshit into the world. The movie distrusts the chemical Aldera a treatment for cancer that has been heavily promoted in Oz. But has a massive love for the dangerous quack treatment of Black Salve.