After an in-depth discussion of how existing in a dissident pressure cooker may be superior to both protesting and rioting, Dimes and Judas discuss the history of the infamous Mongols, citing “The Mongols” by David Morgan and how the Vikings of Horses charted a oath of destruction across Asia, the uniting power of Genghis Khan, […]
Dimes and Judas commit a mid-dive into the recent collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank, including causes and effects. They then segue this into an accounting of the Bronze Age Collapse, citing the book “1177 B.C.: The Year Civilization Collapsed” by Eric H. Cline. They discuss how arguably he first significant internationalist trade network experienced […]
After a rambling preamble concerning the stress that reaffirming identity places on the modern individual in ways that would be alien to our ancestors, Dimes and Judas launch into the lush history of Middle Eastern religious geopolitics with the book “Heirs to Forgotten Kingdoms: Journeys Into the Disappearing Religions of the Middle East” by Gerard […]
Dimes and Judas take a detour into the saga of an omnireligious Good Ol Southern Antifa Methman who fought in Ukraine and immediately fled to Russia. They then launch into Viking history, citing the book “The Sea Wolves: A History of the Vikings” by Lars Brownworth, where they trace the principal Norse migrations throughout the […]
Dimes and Judas climb into the history of Rome through the book “Dying Every Day: Seneca at the Court of Nero” by James Romm. Here they explain the notorious reign of Emperor Nero and his relationship with his tutor, famed Stoic philosopher Seneca, a tale of dynastic treachery and a preposterous amount of poisoning while […]
Dimes and Judas explore American guerilla warfare with the book “The True History of the American Revolution” by Sydney Fisher. The unique accounting of the lead-up to the revolutionary war includes all the contributing factors of trade, ideology, and geopolitical bullying, and stands as a relevant outline for how to achieve political sovereignty.
After discussing the latest advancement in liquid neural networks and why the improper response to it is damning, Dimes and Judas dive into the book “Leo Strauss and the Conservative Movement in America” by Paul E. Gottfried. The book details the creation of the Neoconservative movement in America, its Zionist founder, and how this small […]
The boyz dive into the book “Seeing Like a State” by James C. Scott, an anarchist-friendly accounting of case studies pulled from a variety of cultures and eras detailing how state-orchestrated projects to centralize their power and organize society have frequently ended in catastrophe, and if they succeed, how they irrevocably change the people forever.
Dimes and Judas dive into “Madness & Civilization” by Michel Foucault, a famous work by an infamously sadomasochistic homosexual elite that seeks to trace the history of this thing we call madness, and most importantly how our relationship with insanity changed over the centuries through the age of mass confinement to the current era of […]
Dimes then takes a timeout in Movie Korner with the recent releases Glass Onion and The Menu, outlining the recent trend of permitted attacks on the nouveau riche by the sneering petit bourgeoise. This builds into a discussion of the famous tract “Discourse on Inequality” by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, which provides the foundation to this anarchistic […]