Hitler was very aware of the impact movies had on him and everyone else and he believed the spoken word was the only way to push large scale societal changes. He noted that, just as people were more convinced by his speeches, movies were more convincing. In Episode 21, Robert is joined by comedian Daniel Van Kirk and they examine the influence Hitler and The Nazis had on Hollywood.
No matter who you are, or what personal stance you happen to have on capitalism, there is probably a corporation you regard as “evil”. In Episode 20 Robert is joined by the hilarious Michael Swaim to discuss one of the most terrible companies to ever exist.
What happened to the Congo after King Leopold? Unfortunately, Belgium the Nation was not much better to the Congolese people than their King had been. In Episode 18, Robert is joined by comedian Teresa Lee to discuss the aftermath of King Leopold.
In Episode 17, Robert is joined by the hilarious Ever Mainard and they discuss Charles Koch, who despite being born into impossible fortune came to believe that he and his fellow rich people were the most discriminated class in America. Over the course of a convoluted and bloody career, Charles Koch would become the driving force behind the infamous “Koch Brothers” and build a rebellion with a goal no less extreme than the destruction of the U.S. government as we know it.