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‘The Psychopathic Takeover’ — A Russ Winter/Winter Watch Original Video

 

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3 Comments on ‘The Psychopathic Takeover’ — A Russ Winter/Winter Watch Original Video

  1. Good video. I just want to add that we probably need to question David Icke. He potentially is a freemason shill. The jury is still out on this for me at the moment…

  2. This video should be required viewing for WInterwatchers. Highly recommended. Your narration in the video on Michael Hastings was also excellent, Mr. Winter. I reckon that if you narrated your articles and made them available to non readers in the video and podcast spheres, your reach would increase tenfold minimum. Maybe that’s a slightly pie-in-the-sky number, I’m not experienced in this area, but it’s got to be a lot. A huge amount of the non reading masses are open to considering conspiracies, to put it mildly, especially the younger generations. Just an idea and I know it’s no small task but your articles are tailor-made for video/podcast because they’d be short and focused enough narratives to keep people’s attention without making a “too long” video. I already consider Russ Winter a force- your work speaks for itself- but imagine the reach of your work if you were armed with hundreds of relatively short, listenable narrations… The new york slimes just might have to be your huckleberry like you want… And I disagree that you sound like Kermit the frog, I remember you jokingly saying something to that effect in a past video or podcast of yours. With all due respect I find your voice calmly paternal. Importantly it’s not annoying or provocative, which seems to be common in the field, and turns off many. I appreciate your site and your effort and I hope to see it grow in influence for years to come. I wish you a Merry Christmas and continued health and happiness to you and yours and the Winter Watch crew.

    • Those videos were challenging to make, and in fact my son assisted. But he has his own day job. Narrations are easier and I agree that my voice is reasonably good. So I have devoted a lot of energy to podcasts and radio shows which require less technical skill.

      They don’t seem especially popular however, but there are a slug of them in that section, most are still timely. There were 39 shows of one hour each with Dino Ryan (a pro) worth checking. The Trad Cats are only a half hour, there are 30 or so. And dozens more with the Brain Truat, Tim Kelly and others. I have made myself available for these.

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