Dimes speaks on the ideological divisions in the Dissident Right and its viability as a movement all while people demand a leader, explained within the framework of the book Man and Technics by Oswald Spengler.
Dimes speaks on the book “The Franklin Cover-Up” by John DeCamp, and connects it to the recent developments in the Epstein case as well as the notorious exposing of The Finders. This is all juxtaposed against the mainstream narrative of “right wing conspiracy theorists” who are insane for caring about any of this.
Blood $atellite – Say Syke… To Society [goin into saying-like-too-much-rehab ttfn] In this episode, the BOLG boys talk about the recent Adamsson BBQ protest in Toronto, the need for the Right to have an energy crucible explained through the philosophy of Oswald Spengler’s Man and Technics, surviving covid-19 by becoming an appalachian cult cannibal leader, […]
We discuss the book Bowling Alone by Robert Putnam, and several of the key takeaways found therein, including: the decline of community groups matched by the rise of political activist and racial separatist groups, decline in overall social trust, and the doomed nature of a nation merely cautious around itself.
In this one the boys discuss depression and self destruction instigated not by people not realizing their full dreams, but the reality of only living half your dream and that being horrible enough to trigger nihilism.
This article will focus on Liberalism in Canada due to the fact that Liberalism – and the Liberal Party – have come to define Canada. There can be no discussion of Canada in the modern age if it does not chart the rise of the Liber Party and the lionization of Former Prime Minister Pierre […]
Blood $atellite – Coom Begins in the Soul [sl100kstravaganza] Welcome to Episde 100. We talk about the book Bowling Alone by Robert Putnam, aligning dreams with reality, corporate plans for attacking right-wing groups in 2021, appreciation of violent groups, making fun of heavy metal lyrics, and IT’S EPISODE 100 JUST HAVE FUN DUDE.
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