We share the engaging conversation between Jasun Horsley and Guido Preparata. Not to be missed.
The proverbial "conspiracy theorist" slur more often than not hits the mark. But does this exculpate the one throwing it about from further investigation? We think not. In this podcast we'll take a dip into history of conspiracy theories, beginning with Augustin Barruel, to offer an opinion why modern academics, journalists and pop intellectuals tend to lose their powers of discernment when conspiracy theories are on the menu. Also we lay out some historical facts about inception of antisemitic conspiracy theories, which are mistakenly conflated with original ideas of Barruel and his early fellow travelers, from the so called "Simonini letter" to "Protocols of Learned Elders of Zion". In this context we offer some updates on scholarship of the subject, which is reinvigorated by some recent works of historians of ideas.
In this video we discuss the peculiarities of "conspiracy theorist" mentality and its pitfalls - or rabbit holes, if you like - taking as a starting point passages written by "conspiracy researcher" who's apparently gone down quite a few of them at the same time and ended up on the other side - among the neo-Malthusian sustainability villains.
In this video we scrutinize how typical conspiracy research methods are being progressively appropriated by the mainstream sources. Also, we let lose some poisonous remarks on more despicable among "alt" media outlets and conclude that sum of two nothings always equals ... nothing.
In this podcast we pose the question about usefulness and meaning of so called "conspiracy research". It seems that most of the outlets promoting it - be it under the guise of Russia inspired "geopolitical analysis" or resistance to the "New World Order" - are progressively - and almost overnight - turning into echo chambers.
So was it all a mistake? Was it a scam? Or was it in itself an instance of masses being manipulated?
These are few among questions we are posing here.
Just don't expect quite as many answers.
In this podcast we investigate some less apparent aspects of researching deep politics and occult ideological strains, pejoratively dubbed "conspiracy research". Also we introduce a special guest star: Andy Nowicki.
In this analysis of C.S. Lewis' novel That Hideous Strength, Mihai Marinescu provides us with a whole range of insights on posthumanism, counter-initiation, mass media, conspiracy culture and much more. Lengthy, exhaustive and not to be missed - just the way we like it on Kali Tribune.
Alexander Dugin has a strange habit of writing a book in Russian and than omitting a significant chunk of it - chapters even - in English translation.
Conspiracy of Enlightenment: Augustin Barruel and his “Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism” (pt. 3)
In the third episode of our series on first real conspiracy theory we come to the moment you all have been waiting for: occult lodges of Freemasonry and their role in the French Revolution, as depicted by Barruel.