#149 – Guy With Neutral Face Bashfully Looking Off Camera [leafscore]

 Dimes and Judas discuss the recent racially-motivated attack on a Christmas parade in Waukesha, connecting that to the recent Ahmaud Arbery trial and discussing the wider role of guns where Rights meets Action (understanding that the people have guns is to use them, not just as some abstract principle.) They also review the latest […]

#147 – 9999 y/o Anti Horny Blast & Last [metaverse extension]

 Judas and Dimes discuss leaving it all for the farm life, changing Canadian food prices, and reinventing the world of food hygiene. They then spend around half the episode exploring and unpacking the recent Kyle Rittenhouse trial as well as the Sines Vs. Kessler Charlottesville Protest trial. Also discussed is living in a limestone […]

An Imperium Mannerbunded Against Itself

In possibly the most contentious topic yet broached, Dimes and Judas have a 3-episode arc unpacking the concept of “brother wars,” rethinking previous positions, and generally trying to get to the bottom of what causes all the self-destruction in many political movements. Using the books Albion’s Seed by David Fischer and American Nations by Colin […]

Propaganda: Literally What Even Actually Is It?

Dimes [Sex Universe] and Judas [Mood Universe] discuss the book Propaganda by Jacques Ellul, a real life French person. They pull a couple examples from exciting headlines and discuss how many examples of modern propaganda – both in the mainstream and in dissident scenes – amount to inferior ideological advertising. Taken from Episode #146 – […]

#146 – Ray Straighter and the Horny Orient [blyatleej]

Dimes [sex universe] and Judas [mood universe] discuss what to say when you are being stabbed, and the book Propaganda by Jacques Ellul to explain how propaganda actually works with examples pulled from modern schizo politics. Additionally, they review the movies Lamb and The Pond, the book Ringworld, Trans Dimes and the Rope Review, and […]

Linkolan State of Mind

Dimes and Judas discuss the book “Can Life Prevail?” the radical ecological work by Pentti Linkola, exploring the cold realities presented by preserving diverse ecosystems and taking environmental stewardship seriously. Taken from Episode #145 – Pain Relies on Context and Cues. References: Can Life Prevail?: https://bit.ly/3mwXS4m Game Clips: Interdimensional Hiking: https://bit.ly/3mzFgRe There Was The Moon: https://bit.ly/3w6DnhU hammer_space: https://bit.ly/3bzoRpw