Radio Free Delingpole: The Fanny Magnet

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Radio Free DelingpoleAny week you can get two Radio Free Delingpole podcasts is a good week (OK, one and a half — it’s still a good week). In this installment, RFD regular Douglas Murray stops by to chat up James on Doug’s book (Islamophilia), PRISM, badgers, Eton, the biased BBC, and the peculiar teenage mating habits of British public school boys.

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Douglas Murray

Douglas Murray

3 comments on “Radio Free Delingpole: The Fanny Magnet

  1. John Patterson
    June 14, 2013 at 6:41 pm #

    Really enjoy RFD. And your blog in The Telegraph.

  2. Twenty_Rothmans
    June 15, 2013 at 6:29 pm #

    Fanny, Eton, Islam ecofarts and Moonbat -what more could you want? I am looking forward to reading Islamophilia.

  3. Simon Roberts
    June 20, 2013 at 9:48 am #

    I’m a little surprised that James and Douglas seem to be buying into this idea that monitoring of our communications in some way provides protection against terrorists.

    Do you really think that these people aren’t aware that their communications are monitored and that they don’t act accordingly?

    Now that the troubles in Ulster are over, there is a lot of interesting stuff on the internet about how the security services fought the IRA and some fascinating interviews with ex-IRA leaders.

    Even if it wasn’t obvious already, it will be after looking at this stuff that these chaps knew perfectly well that they were under surveillance and that they took every precaution against it. They didn’t have the internet, but if they had you can bet that they wouldn’t have been communicating their plans over Twitter, Facebook and Hotmail. Do we think that today’s terrorists have somehow overlooked this? Come off it.

    Clearly the surveillance that is going on now must be for another purpose.

    The Americans seem to be exhibiting Stockholm syndrome but I didn’t expect James to, given his ability to see through green propaganda.

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