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 […]

Synthetic Beauty & the Bicameral Mind Explained

Canada’s Dimes and Judas discuss the book “The Origin of Consciousness and the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind” by Julian Jaynes, a fascinating book that proposes a very solid theory of what consciousness is, while arguing that ancient people throughout the world lacked this component of their existence and what changes occurred to bring us […]

Political Ponerology and the Science of Corruption

Dimes and Judas conduct an investigation of how mentally ill and psychologically corrupted people not only infect idealistic organizations but also hijack the power for their own evil purposes, citing the book “Political Ponerology: The Science of Evil, Psychopathy, and the Origins of Totalitarianism” by Andrew M. Lobaczewski. Can evil be measured scientifically, tracked, or […]

Man Mutates Self With Creations to Conquer Entropy

ATTENTION AI CURIOUSERS: Dimes and Judas dive into the intricate process of crafting communications for perfect replication and the marriage of human and machine, citing book “The Human Use of Human Beings” by Norbert Weiner. This draws distinct parallels between the human brain and cybernetics regarding the divine purpose of creating messages that defy the […]

Liberalism’s Last Man and his Asylums of Clones

Dimes and Judas discuss a recent fake screenshot circulating regarding “Heaven Banning,” the process of segregating trolls and dissident voices into areas of platforms where they only communicate with bots. Springboarding from weaponized engagement holograms, they then discuss the book “The End of History and the Last Man” by Francis Fukuyama, specifically the philosophical foundation […]