National Pulse editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam sat down for an extended chat with Saurabh Sharma, host of the ‘Moment of Truth’ podcast and executive director of the American Moment group based in Washington. D.C.. During the show, the pair discussed never-heard-before behind-the-scenes Brexit-era stories, as well as the future of the political right in the United Kingdom. Don’t miss this episode, available on Apple podcasts, here, or on Spotify, here, or on Google podcasts, here. Alternatively, you can watch the whole show in full below:
WASHINGTON, D.C – Your correspondent hadn’t even planned to be there, but after a 5km run around the National Mall this morning, I happened on my friend Jack Posobiec, who was standing just yards away from famous funny man turned political activist Jon Stewart. We decided to ask him about the PACT Act he has been working towards, and why he can’t sit down with Republicans in Congress instead of hurling abuse at them over the broadcast media airwaves. What happened next, I suppose we should’ve expected. Stewart lost his temper, and later admitted to this, saying he thought we
Raheem Kassam explains, as he has for almost a decade, about the actions and consequences in Ukraine. He also reveals a strange India-based fact checking service funded by Google. Please leave us a review and share this episode.
A Forbes author who floated the idea of “morality pills” to make “people more likely to adhere to social norms such as wearing masks and adhering to social distancing guidelines” has walked back the story following massive backlash to the piece after it was flagged by National Pulse Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam. The National Pulse’s Raheem Kassam drew attention to the article in a February 6th tweet, writing “Just want to remind you what they’re working on” in reference to the piece by Forbes Healthcare Contributor Paul Hsieh. The article, which was originally published on August 30th, 2020 and originally titled
If the prime minister of a North African or Middle Eastern nation was forced into hiding by a protest occupying his capital city, Dick Cheney and Hillary Clinton would materialize from thin air to call for U.S.-backed regime change. “Government Loses Popular Support,” newspaper headlines would blare, amid calls for sanctions, State Department-NGO initiatives and the inevitable “nation-building” exercises. Justin Trudeau can rest easy, however. No such song and dance routine is in store for America’s northerly neighbor despite thousands of protesting truckers in Ottawa sending the prime minister underground. While imagining intervention in America’s northerly neighbor rightly seems risible, it
George Orwell’s The Lion and the Unicorn (1941) contains the following description of the English elite: One thing that has always shown that the English ruling class are morally fairly sound, is that in time of war they are ready enough to get themselves killed…. What is to be expected of them is not treachery or physical cowardice, but stupidity, unconscious sabotage, an infallible instinct for doing the wrong thing. They are not wicked, or not altogether wicked; they are merely unteachable. Only when their money and power are gone will the younger among them begin to grasp what century
National Pulse Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam joined Congressman Matt Gaetz for his acclaimed Firebrand podcast to discuss Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit Britain, the persistence of globalism, the tensions between Russia and Ukraine, and how the Biden regime is diminishing America’s foreign policy. Kassam digs into how belief in Britain is collapsing under a lack of long-term strategic thinking and planning, a crisis mirrored in the United States. Watch below, or listen on Apple, Spotify, and others:
Google-owned YouTube removed the account of a leading conservative pressure group on Monday, with The National Pulse learning that the zero-strike ban stemmed from the upload of three interviews from Stephen K. Bannon’s War Room podcast, also banned on the network. In an e-mail to the American Principles Project, which saw its archive of videos removed without warning, YouTube admitted to censoring the whole account because of three historic interview clips from Bannon’s podcast, which was banned in January after a censorship campaign by far-left activists. An e-mail from YouTube to the American Principles Project, seen by The National Pulse,