Tuesday's Mark Steyn Show started with Mark's thoughts on the increasing irrelevance of domestic politics in a post-democratic era. By way of example, he offered the subject of England's "asylum seekers": The announcement that they'd all be shipped to Rwanda got all the headlines; a small village in North Yorkshire got all the migrants. Olga Matthias joined Steyn to discuss.
Next up was Andrew Lawton doorstepping the bigshot globalists in Davos, and Laura Perrins on the lockdown lickspittles now purporting to care about the masses whose lives they ruined.
We rounded out the hour with Peter Hitchens on his preference for small nations, and the case for restoring England.
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