Jerm Warfare is about politically incorrect ideas. 

The mainstream media has become increasingly intolerant towards unpopular opinions. Jerm Warfare is about pushing back through a weekly live stream with guests from around the world.

The name ‘Jerm Warfare’ was taken from the title of my first book (published in 2013).

Contrary to what socialists might tell you, there is no such thing as a free lunch.

I’ve spent thousands of rands on Jerm Warfare, from video and audio equipment, to faster internet, to outsourcing production, and so on.

This is so that you can enjoy politically incorrect conversations with me.

Subscribe to the Jerm Warfare channel on YouTube.

The live stream is every Monday, 8pm - 9pm (GMT +2).

Joost Strydom

Joost is part of the communications team for Orania, a little Afrikaans town hated by the mainstream media and leftists.

Rowan Polovin

Rowan Polovin is the national chairman of the South African Zionist Federation, an organisation lobbying for the existence and protection of Israel.

Anika Rossle

In this episode of Jerm Warfare ‘Extra’, Anika Rossle - a lawyer who sits on the council of Gun Owners South Africa - advocates female firearm ownership and self defence.

Rob Hutchinson

Rob is a co-founder of OUTA, sitting on the board until he left a few years ago due to internal financial irregularities with which he was concerned.

Ernst Roets

Ernst is the deputy CEO of AfriForum and probably gets called more names than I do.

We chatted about the old flag, liberalism, conservatism, and minority rights.

Big Daddy Liberty

Sihle Ngobese, also known as Big Daddy Liberty, is a gun-loving orthodox Zulu Jew who travels around South Africa to promote individual freedom, prosperity, rule of law, and all things anti-left.

Gavin McInnes

Gavin is the founder of Vice magazine, and is hated by the left, feminists, and everybody in between. He is also brilliantly funny and banned from Twitter and Facebook.

Rouen Heiberg

Rouen sits on the board of Gun Owners South Africa, a gun rights lobby group of which I am a member.

My position on firearms is clear.

Helen Zille

Helen Zille is the former - and highly successful - leader of South Africa’s official opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, between 2007 and 2015. After retiring from the party in 2019, Helen joined the Institute Of Race Relations (IRR) as a senior policy fellow.

Ivo Vegter

Ivo Vegter is a Daily Maverick columnist and author of Extreme Environment, a book on environmental exaggeration and how it harms emerging economies.

This (first) live stream was met with a series of technical glitches. As such, the episode is split into two videos, the second of which is available here.

Coming up on Jerm Warfare…

Mark Sargent

23 September

I still don’t know whether or not these people are for real, but Mark has a show on Netflix and seems legit. I am, of course, speaking about flat-Earth believers. Seriously, you’ll want to watch this one!

Mark Oppenheimer

30 September

Mark is an advocate who wins important legal cases surrounding freedom of expression. We will obviously chat about free speech, censorship, and so on.

Susan Lombaard

7 October

Susan is the editor of South Africa’s largest online Afrikaans news source, Maroela Media, for whom I have been happily drawing since 2016. We will chat about fake news, mainstream media versus alt-media, and all things related to news in the modern era.

Christopher Monckton

14 October

Commonly known as Lord Monckton, he is a British journalist, mathematician, former advisor to Margaret Thatcher, UKIP political candidate, and climate change sceptic. We will chat mostly about climate change.

Theo de Jager

21 October

Theo is a farmer in Limpopo, and head of SAAI (Southern African Agri Initiative). He knows all about what it’s like to be under constant threat of being murdered and having his farm taken away from him.

Tjeerd Royaards

28 October

In 2015, Tjeerd - an excellent Dutch cartoonist - flew to South Africa and road-tripped with me to the Grahamstown Festival at which we spoke to a full auditorium about satire locally and internationally.

Unathi Kwaza

4 November

Unathi is a founding member of the South African Capitalist Party, as well as a business owner and an independently minded individualist.

[Mystery guest]

11 November

Millions of followers; book author; hated by the mainstream media; brilliantly funny; and highly offensive. You’re not going to want to miss this episode!

Duncan Mcleod

18 November

Duncan is the owner of TechCentral, the best tech news website in South Africa. I say “best” because, well, it is the best. He knows huge amounts about Telkom and why they’re so useless, which makes for superb entertainment.

Ross Tucker

25 November

Ross is a science and research consultant for World Rugby, and scientific advisor to Virgin Active and Adidas in South Africa.

He also has some, shall we say, interesting scientific views on Caster Semenya.

 Every episode of Jerm Warfare is converted into a podcast.

Searchable in most podcast apps on Android and Apple, it’s simply an audio version of the live stream, available a day or two later.


Simply search for “Jerm Warfare” in iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, or whatever service you prefer.