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The Dangerous History Podcast

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The Dangerous History Podcast covers the history that the Establishment would rather you NOT know, helping you learn the past so you can understand the present and prepare for the future.

Customer Reviews

Very good!

This a great history podcast for serious amateur history dorks! Prof CJ does an excellent job of going in-depth without going over your head. Highly recommended! :)

If you like Dan Carlin….

Prof CJ is Dan Carlin's first cousin in conveying history in an entertaining way. I'd give this podcast a listen and you can decide for yourself. I think you will like what you hear.

A Welcome Podcast

It reminds me of the old days. Post-Grad studies during the late Cold War. Always present, some Marxist-oriented History professors. Sometimes, quite a few were present.

I love hearing this gentleman's opinions as he relates history. While I often disagree with his conclusions, he backs them up with facts. Some are circumstantial facts, maybe even a bit speculative, he states his opinions in a rational manner. I feel like he would accept disagreement & engage in discourse, as opposed to the bullying tactics of many Marxist historians.

Particularly valuable is the manner CJ delves into tangential issues. A common Marxist Historian tactic, sift through the facts until you find those you like, but a good one. I am able to learn a great deal of facts "accompanying" events. I often disagree with CJ's conclusions after he does this, but it's educational & fun.