Dimes welcomes back Clossington to discuss his recent article on the wild history of piracy and the harnessing of filibusters to realize manifest destiny in America.
Dimes speaks with the enigmatic Charles Haywood, Owner of The Worthy House, and Founder of Foundationalism. They discuss his pathway to financial independence, how dissident minded men can prepare for collapse, and the nasty rumors of him being a cool warlord.
Dimes from the Blood Satellite podcast joins me to continue our discussion on Murray Friedman’s 1995 Book: “What Went Wrong? The Creation and the Collapse of the Black-Jewish Alliance” in here we discuss the history of the ADL, Martin Luther King Jr.’s influences and managers, and an ethnic conflict frozen in time whose coalition reshaped […]
Dimes sits down with the illustrious Paranormies to discuss several developments in the conspiracy scene, but focusing on the mindbending esoteric rabbithole that is Andrew WK Deep Lore. It’s the shock to your system you didn’t know you needed, stupid!
Dimes sits across from Dan Baltic, host of the New Write podcast and author of Nutcrankr, and the two discuss his latest work, the rising status of dissident fiction, and how literary success can remain uncorrupted from mainstream influences.
Dimes speaks with wealth management guru Sean Wieland who explains how to prepare for the Grey Tsunami, how publicly trades securities doomed growth, and how financial exit planning can be harnessed to save the economy.
Zoltanous returns to go through his recent investigation into the Order of the Nine Angles (O9A,) the history of its strongest soldiers, and how this has made him a target for pedophile transgender satanists.
Dimes speaks with Endeavour, a popularman who tells the story of being a Canadian living abroad in Russia, the political realities that guided this decision, and possible outcomes in a global technocratic society.
If we can get through this one without the technical woes that scuppered the first attempt last December, we’re in for a cracker.
Dimes sits down with the illustrious Raging Dissident, otherwise known as Jeremy Mackenzie, where they explore his experience in the Canadian military, his persecution by the Canadian government due to his activism, and the future of the Diagolon movement.