Derailing The Gravy Train

Read

What are the implications of neoliberalism for humanity whose influence has helped unleash the kind of chaotic society we now live in?

COVID 19: Making Markets Scream

Read

The Corona virus has shut down factories and air travel globally. It’s shown us how brittle the world’s supply chains really are. But is it also being used to camouflage a decade of central bankers monetary policy mistakes?

When The Truth Bombs

Read

Behind the facade of democracy is what lies at the heart of a propaganda system in crisis. We discuss the recent OPCW report to understand the true nature of power and the real meaning of contemporary events.

Rising Tides

Read

You only have to experience the futility of a climate breakdown debate to understand how disconnected human beings have become from nature. When it comes to the natural world our human superiority complex prevents us really connecting with the very thing that sustains us. Like the Amazon, the irony burns. So we need a rethink.

Sunset On The West?

Read

The rise of China and other emerging economies isn’t a new phenomenon. So the tectonic plates of trade shift and global economic power twists and turns. Dr. Lee Jones and Mitch Feierstein met up with Renegade Inc. to consider what the transition from a unipolar western hegemony to an interconnected multipolar world really looks like.

Renegade Think

Read

Renegade Inc. caught up with the comedian Shane Mauss to find out what he thinks about the shift towards a new era of psychedelic-assisted therapy and if a change in attitude towards psychedelics can begin to address the escalating mental health issues of our increasingly neurotic world.

Labouring Under Antisemitism

Read

Renowned U.S political scientist, academic, activist and author, professor Norman Finkelstein, met up with Renegade Inc. to discuss discuss anti-Semitism and the fundamental right to free speech.

The Big Four and the revolving door

Watch

Finance should be a servant, but never a master. So when accountants and auditors become the story because of systemic failures and corporate malfeasance you know something has gone badly wrong. As big accountancy firms are increasingly embroiled in corporate scandals, how do we clearly define their role so they actually serve society instead of continually maximising profit for private and personal gain?