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.
In 133. episode of Sunday Wire, yours truly joins Patrick Henningsen, Vanessa Beeley and Basil Valentine to discuss such themes as Nobel prize nomination for terrorists-linked "humanitarian" group, UN climate (no) deal and USA presidential shenanigans. Moreover this episode is significant as it commemorates the anniversary of Adam Weishaupt's founding of order of Perfectibilists, better known as Bavarian Illuminati, International Worker's Day, and one more step towards the light for our dear host Patrick, whose birthday we just celebrated.
Boiler Room suffers European, Anglo-Slavic invasion and focuses discussion to old continent, fixing upon themes such as nascent EU army, nature of EU, ever-present immigrant crisis, papal mischiefs and much, much more. The participants, hosted by Hesher and Spore are Patrick Henningsen and European Bloc represented by Basil Valentine, Branko Malić and Mike Robinson.
This is introductory podcast in the series dealing with Aristotle's Metaphysics through close reading of it's fourth book (gamma). The aim is to show how ancient philosophy dealt with most immediate reality disclosed to us in experience, and how it proves to be utterly abundant with meaning and mystery. In this introduction we explore the origin and the meaning of the expression ta meta ta fysika and it's use in every day life, as well as some obstacles postmodern men have to face in approaching it.
Kali Tribune proudly presents series of podcasts on Rene Guenon and his notion of the end of the modern world. The podcasts are based on an essay "The Way the World Goes - Rene Guenon on The End" that was in effect an interpretation of the book "Reign of the Quantity and the Signs of the Times". However, this time around we'll attempt to go in depth into general Guenon's notions of metaphysics, myth, Tradition, civilization, religion, etc.