David Rak April 24, 2012, 18:35
Interviewing the secretary general of Hezbollah was much more informative than this "interview." The West puts up a filter when it comes to Arabic politics so I really enjoyed it. This one was way too chaotic. I still enjoy your show though, gl on future episodes.
john (RSA) April 24, 2012, 18:26
whoever they are has got something to hide, so dont worry! Intel have never been compared to Brightness.
min729 April 24, 2012, 18:25
It was very interesting to hear the intimate heartfelt feelings of conservative theory, rather than listening to the ’pre-fab’ modified version that we usually get on television. Horowitz exposed himself, and consequently the Conservative ’Family’, as a man filled with hatred. It was sad to see actually.. In my world, people are very different, people are compassionate and care about what is happening to others in need, they don’t want war, they want peace. It is sad that Horowitz can’t see that. It sad that he thinks the current state of the world is natural and doesn’t realise that it has been created by the top 1%. If war was the natural state of humanity then why do the powers that be go to so much effort to hide their actions from the media and the masses? If it were true, they wouldn’t need to hide anything.. I’m very glad he represents just 1% and that I’m part of the 99%. ’A change is gonna come..’ Thanks Julian
LOL April 24, 2012, 18:20
Comments get permanently deleted by God knows who, Kremlin censorship one presumes, lol. Freedom of speech ? Kiss my a.... !
john (RSA) April 24, 2012, 18:12
Mr Soros,any idea’s how to take the profit out of war?
Duckett Caeser April 24, 2012, 18:05
Good work Julian. Great guests.
Love the open discussion format and the allowance of humour. Reminds me of my pub arguments. Zizek, you rock!!!!
Heather April 24, 2012, 18:02
Really enjoying the subject matter so far, and Julian, overall

- would have liked to see harder questions in interview one (softball feeling, though still interesting - a little one sided, so not much new revealed to me - maybe i)

- would have like to see a little more mediating in interview 2 (the ranting got to be hard to listen to, and super angry people are simply harder to take seriously)

Look forward to seeing the segment progress - Thx : - )
rideforever April 24, 2012, 17:58
Somehow I think these two have a lot in common but still find a way to argue about everything.

Same with Israel / Palestine; there is a lot in common but they find a way to make a war ... and of course there are a lot of people who know how to make a living from wars.

Actually to find common ground between someone else and you, requires maturity and precision.

mark delmege April 24, 2012, 17:35
funny chaotic madness but you can do better. waiting for no 3.
JaiLuang April 24, 2012, 17:05
Julian is really the one and only! Loving him passionately and thinking how fortunate to have a great human in my contemporary time! Very good discussion and also I could not stop laughing at how heated Prof.Zizak became!