Jack and Nick discuss the special relationship that exists between the US and Great Britain - one that exists for better and for worse.*
And how the British establishment has done it's utmost to sabotage Britain's relations with the Americans since President Trump has taken office. Making matters more egregious is the fact that Mr Trump is a genuine Anglophile who's demonstrated a willingness to offer us a very favourable trade deal that will give us the upper hand in our Brexit negotiation with the European Union.
*Better when it results in favourable trade deals, worse when it resulted in Tony Blair following the Zionist Bush regime into Iraq.
We thought the following observation made by former BNP spokesman, Simon Darby, was worth sharing
"I'm probably not the only Brit who feels incredibly embarrassed about a US President effectively being prevented from visiting my country because of the threat of left-wing violence and disruption.
President Obama visited the UK on four separate occasions yet not once were his trips ever jeopardised by those opposed to his politics. I don't remember anyone in the BNP ever liking Obama, but out of respect for the American people he was welcomed here and treated accordingly.
Isn't it about time that BBC Panorama employed a little equality and diversity and did an expose on far-left violence and terrorism, virulent anti-white racism and who funds and supports them? I've been a star on the show on no less than three separate occasions now and I don't even have an Equity Card."