Vince sounds motivated starting out and then goes off on a tangent about wild life in his yard and how we were made to feel separate from nature and each other in order to accept plutocracy. Next we are treated to the cheery topic of agenda 21 de-population; his point is the truth is bad enough! No need for conspiracy conjecture. Then he rants about current events in Hong Kong and explains how china's economy is already seeing rapid deterioration in the financial system. Vince is suddenly interrupted by a call from an irate listener. He plays a quote by Rick Perry (the secretary of energy!!!) and admits American theocracy frightens him and causes Broken Sleep! After the original MickWop tune he shifts his attention to Fukushima management. He tried to start a rapid fire rant segment but went off on a tirade over the first topic of the rich avoiding 5 trillion in taxes in a decade. He said, "we know what is- let's talk about what can be." I enjoyed the show and hearing Vince anger himself; at the end he and Roger Waters gave me goose bumps and hope that perhaps the tide is turning.
Right off the bat Vince complains about geoengineering and the polar plunging jet stream that must have really pissed him off. It seems the cold weather has affected his sinuses making his voice strained yet salacious. His opening rant is a comprehensive commentary on the pertinent issue of Greedy Rich Pricks. He exposes their propaganda used to make a wealth tax seem like it would be devastating to the economy. We are reminded how systemic socioeconomic change is needed because a 3% tax on the super rich ain't gonna do it. Perhaps trump really is the best president for this plutocracy; because he puts the Pluto in Plutocrat! After the song he talks about the military coup in Bolivia and gives his opinions on the true motives. We are then treated to another award winning segment of, Hell Going on Out There. That brings us to an enraging yet cathartic close to show 53.
Show 52 is an escapade of eagerness that features explorative rants, a new caller and his first interview with a famous rock star! Vince is ecstatic to share the news that brought him out of his despair. He energetically rants on a plethora of issues from Baghdadi to banditry, wages to welfare and everything in between. Next he takes a random caller who challenges Vince's core beliefs and an enthralling exchange takes place over what's better, social equality or authoritarian systems. They squabble over war and Vince proclaims You Can't Bomb the World in to Peace! After the song he proudly plays his unusual interview with Roger Waters, in which they discuss Julian Assange. He talks a bit about Edward Snowden, before begging the aliens to take him away.