Democracy Jones Podcast

Democracy Jones Podcast

In the year 2040, a cult-like military general rises out of the Republican Party and spearheads a violent coup against a repressive Democratic administration. In the suburbs, General Schenk’s loyal followers brutalize Black and Hispanic neighborhoods while looting the liberal elite. Millions are killed or uprooted. Survivors run to the mountains, national parks and major cities, leaving everything behind. And it is there where Haisley Jones and others must begin the fight to revive democracy.

Episodes

November 2, 2021 14 min

The mob violence Americans witnessed on 1/6/2021 was a warning, but are we heeding it? The neural implant chip in Haisley Jones' brain is cycling through simulations which appear in her dreams. The probability of a coup d'état on 7/13/2040 is very high. But Haisley is pregnant and wants to start a new life. She, along with everyone else, does not want to believe that General Schenk and his BATA fanatics are planning to over...

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This Opening Crawl gives important background information on the events leading up to 7/13/2040, the day American Democracy falls. 

Look for multiple episodes to be released on 1/6/2022, the anniversary of the infamous date that inspired DEMOCRACY JONES Podcast. 

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December 6, 2021 17 min

The neural chip in Haisley's brain is trying to warn her of a great doom, but she is in denial. She just wants a safe place to carry out her pregnancy. But nothing can stop the cynical conspiracy to overthrow Democracy now. For Haisley Jones and all Americans, it's too late. 

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December 17, 2021 14 min

Captain Dick, Ellington Chief of Police and his wife, the mayor, Emily Stamps-Van Roten have a complicated relationship that will be tested during the impeding BATA storm. 

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January 1, 2022 16 min

Five year-old Abra Fridman's life is about to be turned upside down, and she's only now beginning to see it coming in the distance. Men watching her through windows, buzzards flying above and a prophetic message from a Hacker-in-Hiding introduce Abra to something she's never felt before, fear.   

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January 6, 2022 11 min

Taking a break from the narrative for a little personal message from Eamon Loingsigh. 

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January 17, 2022 4 min

A lot has happened, here's a short "Previously On" of the most important events from each episode, and a look toward the next. 

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