Dimes and Judas – the People’s Bad Optics Leaf Gods – get locked into an extended strategy sesh on how certain political opponents are bad at holding power when left to their own devices, while citing events such as the doxing of LibsOfTikTok and an exploration into how the Wikimedia Foundation funds subversive political organizations. […]
Dimes and Judas talk about the book “The Construction of Nationhood” by Adrian Hastings, which makes a case that nationalism has its roots far further back than modern historians state, and that the unity of a people evolves up certain levels and gestates a modern state from this development. Showing that nationalism has much deeper […]
Dimes and Judas explore what it means to kill a human being in real life and the various methods to make people do, citing the book “On Killing” by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman. This discussion includes the impact taking a life has on the average human mind, how PTSD can be defeated, and what processes […]
Dimes and Judas review the recently released Handbook of Hate Memes. They dissect its conflicting internal claims against along with the apparent ineffectiveness of so-called radicalizing content against the collected speeches of Kai Murros, discussing what makes a good revolutionary speech unique and how to properly rile up the 21st Century Schizoid Man.
Dimes and Judas do a sweltering dive on Economic Nationalism and the negative aspects of global free trade, citing the books “The National System of Political Economy” by Frederich List and “Free Trade Doesn’t Work” by Ian Fletcher. Through these in-depth and very complimentary books, they explore the foundational ideologies lurking beneath the front of […]
Pop quiz, blockhead: how to you make the government and everyone you hate look like absolute inbred take a hike bozos? Dimes and Judas discuss the science of conducting a successful government overthrow, citing from the book “Coup d’État: A Practical Handbook” by Edward Luttwak. They explore not only historical examples of successful and unsuccessful […]
Dimes and Judas how to be a modern day shot caller with the big dollar, exploring the books The Prince by Machiavelli, The Art of War by Sun Tzu, and 48 laws of Power by Robert Greene. After boiling everything down to three fundamental laws, they discuss the reality of having to become a leader […]
Dimes and Judas discuss the history and unique nature of Canadian law, showing how it doesn’t reinforce larger civilizational or societal norms but rather acts as a giant bureaucratic machine to engineer a best-case scenario or chosen groups and is largely handled on a case-by-case basis. They also explore how easier it is to trick […]
Dimes and Judas sink their teeth into the two cases saving 2021 from being a bummer year in court: the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, and people suing people over something related to Charlottesville, possibly suing the Holocaust itself. We might need to take this one down so get it while it’s still hot, or find it […]
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.