Branko Malić (i.e. me, but Google doesn't get if I don't write it down) rejoins Boiler Room regulars Patrick Henningsen, Randy J, Hesher and Spore to discus Dallas Shooting event, situation in EU and growing disdain towards democracy, according to Plato: an inception moment of true Tyranny.
Yours truly returns to Sunday Wire to discuss Brexit, political correctness, euthanasia, eugenics and other cheerful subjects with Mike Robinson of UK Column, roving democracy correspondent Basil Valentine, all hosted by Patrick Henningsen, and run by ACR technocrats Hesher and Randy J.
Why is it that sometimes life seems to be crawling, jerking and halting – as if it were a story correctly written in its syntax, but deprived of any deeper meaning? A story, therefore, that is not only boring, but also unconvincing. Is it because everything we know of this world is merely a “narrative” – a more or less convincing fairy tale for adults – intended to make our orientation easier and to ward off the nothingness?
Papal encyclical “Laudato Si” is a proclamation of future “Covenant of man with environment”. What does it mean? Knowing that Christianity already has a pretty obligatory Covenant with Someone else, Kali Tribune’s Department of Inquisition and Bad Theology Removal was tasked to solve the mystery. Gaia Akbar! We figured it out. Spare some of your precious time to read fairly detailed analysis of the document announcing the birth of the Church of Sustainable Development
Kali Tribune's Department of Broken Records and Doomsday Affairs got it's tentacles on newest iteration in the long line of UN's agendas to save the world on the brink of destruction. Meet Agenda 2030 and it's illustrious promoters: High Level Panel of Eminent Persons. Come along and sing some of that ole' sustainable blues with us.
This is an article written in 1992. by acclaimed Croatian journalist and USA citizen Ivo Škorić, covering the ties of State Department officials, diplomats and businessmen with Yugoslav and Serbian leadership, in the wake and during the first year of the war that followed political dissolution of Yugoslavia. Anyone interested in the end of Cold War and restructuring of Eastern Europe should give this a look. Albeight highly emotional – after all, at the time of writing author’s country was almost overrun by former “brothers” with the purpose of eradicating or expelling it’s citizens – this article provides some valuble clues about relationship of Slobodan Milošević, Yugoslav state controlled economy and Army on the one hand, and some important representatives of American branch of globalist elite on the other hand – Eagleburger, Vance, Kissinger and others. The article was updated only once in 2001., but is still an essential, perhaps the only available, introduction to deep politics of Yugoslav War.
A review of Alexander Dugin's "Conspirology" is a good occasion to say a few words about conspiracy theories and Traditionalism in general.