The Role of Excitotoxins in Brain and Identity Death

After reviewing an article from Discourse about “the medium is the message” as it relates to the creation of online identities, they launch into an exploration of the book “Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills” by Dr. Russell Baylock. Are common food enhancers slowly killing your neurons and leading to neurodegenerative diseases later in life? It’s […]

Cumulative Vaccine Harm & Acceptable Poisons

After touching on the news of 80% of Americans being exposed to harmful chemicals through their cereals, they review the book “Vax-Unvax: Let the Science Speak” by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Here he collects a suite of studies from around the world revealing the injuries and long-term health impacts of the over 70 vaccinations that […]

The History of the Language of Creation

Beginning with a discussion of recent substack “Become Illegible” discussing how to create exist in the negative space outside government scrutiny, Dimes and Judas tackle the mind-blowing concept of logos unfolding across history with the book “Logos Rising: A History of Ultimate Reality” by Dr. E. Michael Jones. It’s about nothing less than the fusion […]

The Metaphysics of Media

After beginning a discussion on shadowy datamining org Palantir, Dimes and Judas launch into a comprehensive review of Marshall McLuhan’s famous work “Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man.” There they explore the retribalization of the Western mind through the unacknowledged soul-revolution of electricity, the concept of “the medium is the message,” and how our senses […]

Neurotechnology: The Weaponization of All Civilian Minds

After discussing the intrigue implied by Sam Altman’s ouster and miraculous return as OpenAI CEO, Dimes and Judas blend into a discussion on the collection of essays titled “Neurotechnology in National Security and Defense,” granting a glimpse into the oncoming revolution of technology and toxins designed to not only weaponize the human mind but convert […]

The Inescapability of Group Dynamic and Form

After discussing Chud Kant in a Gooner’s Aristocracy and Wrath of Gnon’s analysis of “The Human Scale” as an ideal measure of scale in human communities, Dimes and Judas build into the fascinating book “Experiences in Groups” by Wilfred Bion. There they explore the psychoanalytic approach of identifying group behaviors as a holistic organism, how […]

We’re All Citizens of a Therapeutic State

Dimes and Judas launch into a searing indictment on mental illness, citing the book “The Therapeutic State” by Thomas Szasz, part of a famous corpus denouncing the entire field of psychiatry from the mind of a renowned psychologist. Dissecting what he termed the “medicalization of penalization,” they strike at the core of the mythology of […]

Corporatism as the Solution to Irrationality

Dimes and Judas conduct an exploration of the prison of demands placed upon the individual in a democratic society, citing the books “Misbehaving” by Richard Thaler and “The True State” by Othmar Spann. Here the concepts of behavioral economics and corporatism are combined, presenting a social-metaphysical model for a modern guild system. Timestamps: 0:00– Lithium […]

Using Geopolitics for Market Dominance

Dimes and Judas have a discussion on the essentiality of merging economics and geopolitics as a form of short-term forecasting, citing the book “Geopolitical Alpha” by Marko Papic. Here they explore the shift from the Washington Consensus to the Buenos Aries Consensus, coupled with the eternal importance of constraints over idealism. Timestamps: 3:04– The Shift […]

Insaneing the Money Revolution

Dimes and Judas continue their discussion on the history of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and a wild plan to supercharge the next century, citing the book “The Money Revolution” by Richard Duncan. Here they dissect the story of the Federal Reserve, the rise of creditism over capitalism, and how America could win the current international […]

A Shroomed Scuba Diver’s Guide to Phenomenology

Dimes takes a heroic swing at exploring Phenomenology, citing the book “Husserl’s Phenomenology” by Dan Zahavi, explaining what this holistic philosophical framework is, what it isn’t, and how it is applicable to how you interact with the world. Is there an ontological difference between physical reality and your imagination? The answer will shock and dizzy […]

The Erotic Human Sacrifice Monetary Theory

The BOLG Boyz dive back into trippy esoterinomics by reviewing the book “The Accursed Share” by Georges Bataille, where they stablish the inevitability of surplus in economic systems, the expansive history of wealth accumulation, and what we can learn from human sacrifice and occult violence to deal with it. Should we utilize economic hyperdeath? Just […]

Swami Antichrist vs. Christian Nationalism vs. Cow & Chicken

Dimes and Judas explore the infiltration of America by Eastern spiritualism throughout the 20th century with the book “Orthodoxy and the Religion of the Future” by Seraphim Rose. Here a strong case is made that nihilism has spread throughout American society through the counterculture movement by adopting foreign spiritualism and grafting it onto the dominant […]


Using mechanized child-rearing as a jumping off point, Dimes and Judas dive deep into modern Marxist theory while reviewing the book “Incontinence of the Void” by Slavoj Žižek, exploring the connective tissue with the modern Dissident Right’s obsession with ontological realness as well as all the really trippy stuff about metaphysical sexualization. What can we […]

Dawn of the Spiteful Mutants

Dimes and Judas discuss the book “Spiteful Mutants” by Prof. Edward Dutton, exploring the negative impacts of low child mortality, the unprecedented propagation of mutated genes, and the myriad of eugenic methods that can be employed to get a handle on this. Taken from Episode #187 – Because You Are Gaffe Culture’s Dandiest Chav: References: […]