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Millinium Woes with Morgoth on Brexit - COVER

 

 

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[In this  quite interesting 126 minute audio interview Millennial Woes gets straight to the point with Morgoth, a British blogger with his popular WN/Alt Right site Morgoths Review. They discuss the Brexit result in terms of British politics and the (((forces))) that have been shaping it  —  KATANA.]

 

 

 

 

 

Millennial Woes

 

 

with

 

 Morgoth

 

on

 

 BREXIT

 

 

Click on the above link, or copy the link into your browser to listen to the audio.

Published on Jul 2, 2016

 

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Transcript

 [126:19 min]

 

 

[00:00]

 

Woes: Hello!

 

Morgoth: Hello.

 

Woes: Yeah. Welcome to the this hangout. I’m here with Morgoth. Now this one has been in the pipeline for a long time. I’ve been wanting to get Morgoth on to channel for a while, because he has a blog. I’ve linked to in the description blog box, but I’ve known of Morgoth long before. When did you start the blog Morgoth?

 

Morgoth: A year and a half ago.

 

Woes: Right. So well I’ve known about you since I think 2007, because you were on The Daily Telegraph blogs and that was when I was there. So, you always wrote good posts there and then I think I started seeing you on other websites as well, commenting. And then you started the blog and as I’ve known of your existence for a long time it’s nice to have you on the channel at last.

 

Morgoth: Yeah. Well eventually, I got, … Our idea was to hijack the best rated comments on the news articles and on immigration and stuff. And it kind of worked out that had a lot of eyes. The Daily Telegraph you could get away with blue murder on the comment section and I don’t know how many read them, but it was a lot. But for, …

 

Woes: Now back in the early days, for a while as we were saying before we went air.

 

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