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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 53: Twin Falling Towers

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In this episode, I unveil my new Patreon campaign to help pay for transcripts for future episodes of the Matt Forney Show, as well as get the show onto iTunes and other goals I’ve had to defer for a while now. I also discuss the nauseating culture of 9/11 death worship, talk about tomorrow’s referendum on Scottish independence, and more.

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  • I agree the empty crocodile tears we’ve had over the past few years over 9/11 is shallow and annoying. I still think it is worth remembrance, just a private thought. We lost more than lives and tall buildings that day. You may get more of it since you’re from NY state. The only time 9/11 was brought up at my job last week was as a secondary topic.

    Also, it will be interesting to see how the rest of the UK would take Scottish independent. Conservatives in England are already arguing that the existence of the UK relies on the centuries old pact they have with Scotland, so the UK would officially end. The reason Tories are bringing this up is because an independent England would have to re-apply for EU membership, and some Tories are trying to use this as a way out of the EU. Another place to keep an eye on is Ulster. We may not only see the disintegration of the UK, but a unified Ireland in our lifetime

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