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.
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.
Dimes and Judas discuss a recent controversy involving the author CA Bond and his publisher Imperium Press on the topic of secretive funding of ecelebs as a force magnifier. This evolves into a discussion of the book Rise of Christianity by Rodney Stark, and how big ideas spread through interpersonal networking while attracting the acceptance […]
Dimes and Judas discuss the book “Anthropomorphics: The Originary Grammar of the Center” by Dennis Bouvard and delve into a fascinating hypothesis in how everything from vast empires to nomadic tribes are founded on the mythical value-sets existing between our world and the world of the unknown, how that lead to the creation of communication, […]
Dimes and Judas discuss the book Reign of Quantity & The Signs of the Times by René Guénon, focusing primarily on Western civilization’s disassociation with the spiritual and metaphysical world – and the interplay of dependency between them – and its separation from everyday life and action, ushering in what Guénon calls the Reign of […]
Dimes and Judas – the Bad Optics Leaf Gods – dive into the history of the Neoreactionary/NRx movement popularized in the early 2010s and prior, citing some anecdotes from the time reviewing work primarily from Mencius Moldbug’s (Curtis Yarvin) Unqualified Reservations, and Fanged Noumena by Nick Land.
Dimes and Judas explore the ideology and economic theory of Distributism, including the importance of idealism when it comes to constructing a society, and why we should reinstall a peasantry.
Dimes and Judas discuss 2 works on the topic of Eurasianism, both from different angles: The Fourth Political Theory by Aleksandr Dugin, and The Grand Chessboard by Zbigniew Brzezinski. It briefly walks through Eurasianism as a central fulcrum of geopolitics going forward, and explores the philosophy known as Duginism to work specifically within this framework.
Dimes and Judas discuss some recent internet drama between Mark Brahmin and the Radix Crew vs. Keith Woods and Christgang. They explore the ideology of Apolloism and the great divide between people who believe in things.
The BOLG Boys unpack Futurism, a political ideology built on speed, hatred of the past, violence, and young men. They then explore the links of the Futurism community to various gay satanic terrorist organizations from yesteryear and the existence of the accidental psyop.