You make a good point about the US-centric nature of the show. I don't know European deep politics very well, but yes, the Red House meeting could be a suitable topic for a show - if we have 2 hours of material. Tony Gosling is pretty good on this, I wonder if there is something from BCFM? Robin (talk) 09:11, 5 July 2015 (PDT)
- Rodney Atkinson has that one talk on all the former Nazis who were so prominent in setting up the EEC which I mentioned( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nf5KeC4dAs ), that makes Gosling's talk which I heard in a past Unwelcome Guests Episode seem pedestrian by comparison. He has at least one other talk on Youtube, which I have not listened to yet and cannot vouch for.
- Dave Emory of the Spitfirelist for decades( http://spitfirelist.com/ ) mostly tended to focus on the Nazi structures that survived the tepid de-nazification efforts after WWII and has built a formidable amount of material. Probably the best bet would be to ask him what to include that ties into the European Union for maximum current relevance, but I found the past broadcasts he did on Bertlesmann amazing and shocking for revealing how much of the Anglo-American and world media a company from a small country of 80 million has managed to strategically take over.