What a crazy year we have just witnessed in Britain. As a nation, we voted to leave the European Union, which lead to our Prime Minister stepping down and a new Prime Minister being installed. Islamic terrorism has killed thirty people, including police officers and an eight year old girl on our streets. A snap election was called and generated the largest youth turnout seen in generations.  Grenfell Tower has consumed countless avoidable lives… And we have only just finished the first 6 months of the year.
Globally, with the election of Donald Trump and the high profile campaigns of Geert Widers  and Marine Le Pen, there seems to be a growing voice of discontent.
Angela Merkel’s open door migration policy has created social unrest, job insecurity and a sense of cultural uncertainty permeating Western Europe.
Even Jeremy Corbyn looks smart - what is going on!? 
Who knew I was right or simply referred to as WKIWR, aims to explore these topics with a wide range of guests covering the relevant issues we face as a society. During this exploration, our aim is to increase our knowledge and understanding of the world we live in and to challenge our own views regardless of political slants. 
We are open to having our opinions changed, we hope you are too. 

 

WKIWR Episode 2: Zoya Nadeem (Audio and description bellow)

Today the podcast is joined by Zoya Nadeem, a recent apostate, to discuss why she decided to leave the Islamic faith. Zoya does not have a right to stay in the UK and has been here for three years, we discuss how here time has been here and her feelings towards living in Islamic communities in Britain. 

 

 

WKIWR Episode 1: Jamie Alexander Barrett (Audio and description bellow).

In this debut episode of "Who knew I was right", the podcast is joined by author  and an ex military personnel Jamie Alexander Barrett. Jamie is on to discuss his new book seen above " World war th'ree. The global conflict we are sleepwalking into... again. The boys cover a wide range of topics including Islam and the West and the growing EU army.

Editors note: Apologies for the audio... first episode and all that!