“Start calling things what they are,” says American funnyman Reginald D Hunter. “There's so much euphemistic language - things like 'war on terrorism' or 'perception management' - that's just a fancy way of saying lies. I think when we collectively in Western culture don't call things what they are, added to all the drugs - prescription and otherwise - and all the propaganda nonsense in the system, it's no wonder people are going f***ing crazy! If you eliminate the euphemisms, I think you'll find that a lot of the mental health issues people are suffering will begin to clear up a bit, I really do.” 

One of the most popular comedians currently working the UK comedy circuit, Reginald’s no-nonsense style and hugely amusing perspectives on the differences  between the US and the UK have struck a real chord with his audiences. 

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