A Fascinating Cat Herding Video

Just OMG!

Tim Pool in his live stream (Timpool IRL) has on 2 guests who are both strong personalities and prone to covering way too much stuff too fast, and Tim is trying to maintain order through it all.

A fascinating melange of topics. A real amusing food fight of ideas and topics…

Alex Jones as one guest, and Michael Malice as the other, with 2 of Tim’s staff on the side…

I’d not heard of Michael Malice before. He’s an interesting fellow:


Watch it while you can. Yes, way long at 3 hours 40 minutes. Hang onto your hat! The discussion of The Great Economic Reset alone is fascinating (starts about 20 minutes in). Yet Another Power Grab by the World Economic Forum based on Covid actions. A big “Dig Here!”.

A trip through the WEF web site is chilling…

Here’s a 12 minute excerpt that covers the WEF bit:



This is the same thing at Bitchute, I think…

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23 Responses to A Fascinating Cat Herding Video

  1. tom0mason says:

    Well that got censored real quick! Cheers google :-(

  2. philjourdan says:

    Yep, gone, gone gone..

    I just heard from Derrick Wilburn (Rockie Mountain Black Conservative), that Fexit is on for tonight. He has moved to MeWe and Parler. Time to move to BitChute (or another video platform).

  3. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    interesting.. I’m still watching the feed… so gone, but in the buffer somewhere…

  4. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Added a bithute copy above. And here:

  5. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Cut / Paste of the URL of the video I’m still watching (about 30 min left) gives (in another window):

    This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s policy on harassment and bullying.

    I saw nothing in it I’d consider either harassment or bullying. Some poking fun at powerful people. Some “crazy talk” about alternate dimensions and gods. Some criticism of Public Persons (mostly politicians and media persons). And a whole lot of folks bouncing off each other in a fun way (especially watching Tim cringe when Alex Jones goes “loud and crazy” ;-)

  6. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Interesting. After the video completed, I could still back up, start from the beginning, drop in any point, and it would run. As soon as I hit reload, the ‘banned’ message showed up.

    My conclusion is that Chromium holds the whole thing in memory / cache until you either ask for a reload or close the thing.

    Well, it’s a hoot to watch. I’d seen about 1/2 of it live last night, and this morning was just replaying it to catch the first half. I’m glad Bitchute has Timcast IRL (I’d found his two other channels on Bitchute and all three on Odysee (but there, the IRL seems to be snips not the whole show – or maybe I didn’t look far enough…); so this censorship was my motivator to fined the IRL Podcast on Bitchute too. So something good came of it.

    FWIW, my “standard pattern” now and going forward is that IF I find a person who’s stuff I like, I’ll search the whole set of video providers and bookmark all of the choices in a folder named for that person. Just for this kind of problem. It becomes a ‘one menu one click’ to find the stuff somewhere else.

    Though I note I’ve only found 2 of his channels on Lbry, so maybe I need to do a better search on it ;-)

    Oh, and on the Bitchute copy: It starts off with that picture / painting bit, don’t worry, after a startup minute or so it gives the “TIMCAST IRL” panel and then goes to the “recorded live” video.

    Toward the end they were talking about that podcast being one of their highest attended ever. I’m not surprised. While Alex Jones is an “acquired taste” that I’ve not quite acquired, it’s a hoot to watch the 3 folks styles struggle with each other a little bit. The free flow of words and ideas reminded me of earlier times before Cancel Culture came for all things fun and different.

    Well, at least “We’ll always have Timcast. We didn’t have, we , we lost it, before you came to Bitchute. We got it back last link.” ;-0

  7. tom0mason says:

    Watched the bitchute version, had some buffering issues to start with (lot more viewers coming over from screwtube?) but otherwise I thought it was a hoot, with lots of info.

  8. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Ah, it is on Odysee. Had to scroll down further. I’m putting the link here:

    Just in case folks want to compare them… or if one goes POOF!

  9. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    Ah, found his lbry version too. I’ve now got 12 links in my Tim Pool folder. 3 feeds x 4 different platforms. A full house ;-)


  10. Quail says:

    I loved that show. Usually Alex makes me crazy so I can’t watch him for long, but the group kept him on track- mostly. Thanks for the links to alternate platforms.

  11. P. Elect Marcus says:

    I had tears in my eyes! Laughing sooo much!

    Another good channel is Razorfist.

    Check out unauthorized.tv

  12. Another Ian says:

    Somewhere to put it – so here wins

    “Delingpole: Only Donald Trump Can Save Us from the Great Reset”


    Via SDA

  13. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    @Another Ian:

    Here is fine.

    I’d planned to dig into the WEF Great Reset, so it’s nice to see someone else has already cataloged the horrors.

    That Brietbart link, is, IMHO, a great primer for the Crap Du Jour that’s going to be shoved down our collective throats under Biden and the Globalists. I especially liked this bit:

    He quotes healthcare journalist Peter Barry Chowka, who calls it ‘A flu d’état”

    ‘A flu d’état”

    Health care journalist Peter Barry Chowka was blunt, calling the COVID/Climate “solution” linkage “a flu d’état.” “A takeover of our supposedly democratic political process by unelected & unaccountable administrative state medical bureaucrats,” Chowka warned, noting that all of the COVID solutions were virtually the same as the Green New Deal “solutions” to the purported climate “crisis.”

    “Overnight, our society is doing what radical leftist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and her fellow Green New Deal fanatics have demanded: An almost total end to air travel; personal automobile travel down to a trickle; promises of free health care for all quickly becoming the new status quo; and the ability of people to sit at home without working and receive a paycheck from the government. The Democrats want that to continue indefinitely,” Chowka wrote.

    Also definitely worth a view — if you don’t mind being greatly depressed — is this explainer from Dave Cullen (aka Computing Forever), who says:

    ‘You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy…Sounds an awful lot like global communism.’

    Same old Snake Oil, brand new bottle…

  14. Another Ian says:

    Like this bottle?


    Slicker’n deer guts on a doorstep!
    Smooth as a filly’s nose!
    Here in this jug’s a miracle drug
    So new that nobody knows!

    Feed it inject it or plant it
    Stick it under an ear.
    Pick any breed, results guaranteed,
    The data’s perfectly clear.

    It’s good for foot rot in gophers,
    Chafing on buffalo thighs,
    Horses with corns, Angus with horns
    And girls with fire in their eyes!

    Goats with a bad disposition,
    Lovers losing their spark,
    Turpentined cats, blindfolded bats
    And dogs that forgot how to bark!

    Friends. Are you troubled with aphids?
    Kids all down with the flu?
    Cattle won’t gain? Needing more rain?
    I’ll tellya what this’ll do;

    Kill all the weeds in your garden,
    Patch up your innertube,
    Leaven your bread, stiffen your thread
    And work out your Rubik’s cube!

    Give you more miles per gallon,
    Relieve your gastric distress,
    If that ain’t enough, this wonderful stuff
    Eats barbecue stains off your dress!

    I see you don’t quite believe me!
    The best I saved for last
    Pay me the cash then quick as a flash!
    See? Oh, I went too fast

    Okay, let’s do it again.
    Watch and you’ll understand.
    Safe and improved, it gently removes
    A five dollar bill from your hand!

    Baxter Black, “Coyote Cowboy Poetry” “

  15. President Elect H.R. says:

    Hey, I bought a bottle of that stuff. He forgot to mention the 60% alcohol😜

    It’s a must if you’re a new groom.
    If you’re too shy to dance
    it’s a kick in the pants
    and you’ll waltz all around the room.

  16. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    @P. Elect Marcus:

    For some unknown reason, your comment went to SPAM. I fished it back out. One presumes someone doesn’t like “unauthorized.tv” or Razorfist… So they must be good! ;-)


    Looks like Unauthorized.tv requires you give up an email address and make an account to even look at it. I don’t do that, so not for me. A web search turns up nothing in terms of a review.

    Perhaps that’s the reason it went to SPAM. A phishing operation looking for personal info via a login?

    Razorfist is hot! A load of F-bombs+ in it, but still, on point.


    I think I’m really gonna like Razorfist. What an epic rant. Stay through the credits at the end for the Easter eggs…

  17. Another Ian says:

    “10 minute 20 second video from a Serbian who was there when his country’s election was stolen. He has since immigrated to America.

    His message to any remaining American patriots….

    Very. Powerful. Indeed.



  18. Another Ian says:

    ‘The UK business newspapers were reporting today that China has put a total embargo on Australian goods thereby removing at a stroke one third of all OZ exports. Is that correct?’


    And subsequent comments

  19. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    @Another Ian:

    The Australia link likely would go better on the Australia thread, but whatever.

    Key Point:

    Australia largely exports commodities that are fungible.

    This means that the major decider is cost of transport. It also means that they are easily substituted in ANY operation. Finally, if you shift from one supplier to another who is already booked up, one of their prior customers is now looking for a supplier…

    So, at most, this would mean that if China were buying Australian coal and shifted to Brazilian, while Brazil had been selling to, oh, Poland… then the ships from Brazil would have to go a long ways to get to China while the Australian ships would just take the Suez to Poland… More transport, but not much else different. Maybe you might need to knock a few pennies off the per-ton to make up for that, or maybe not.

    In a market in equilibrium for a commodity, all that changes is which partner you get.

    BTW, I expect that the reality is China is hard on the rocks in terms of Foreign Exchange and folks just not buying their shit globally; so are trying to dress it up as a “choice” for political gain. When really they are just busted.

  20. Another Ian says:

    ‘From 2003.
    speech for former Gov of Colorado, Richard Lamm (D) in 2003. VERY scary stuff. It is also the modern DEMOCRAT party platform verbatim!!
    I have a plan to destroy America
    by Richard D. Lamm”

    And more


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  22. V.P. Elect Smith says:

    TImcast IRL on the deleting of their video (above) by EewTube:

    Via BitChute as “friends don’t let friends depend on EewTube”

  23. Another Ian says:

    Something different ought to fit now

    “Uncertain Certainty: Germany’s Potsdam Climate Institute Humiliated After One-Year El Nino Forecast Model Flops”


    And have they told the Pope yet?

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