Tagged: Alex Jones

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Conspiracy of Echoes: Is “Conspiracy Research” a Passing Fad?

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.

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Swampy Common Ground: When Demagogues Speak Truth to Power

In this video we demonstrate how Trump's "drain the swamp" punch line punched the lights out of two demagogues.

We analyze portions of the interview with Alexander Dugin by Alex Jones and Dugin's on the fly explanation of Trump's "failure" to "drain the swamp". The obvious conclusion is that when you find common ground to be swampy, you're about to lose it quickly. Further, we point out that Dugin is promoting a peculiar kind of Globalism and demonstrate how he manipulates the Western alt media consumers into assimilating his own worldview.

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When the Fringe Goes Marching In: How Anti-Establishment is the Establishment?

In this podcast we delve upon the emerging political archetype of center-fringe relationship, symbolized for many people by the figure of Donald Trump, the "anti-establishment" establishment man. Does  a call for being anti-establishment necessarily mean the nudge to be pro-freedom? Or could it really be a veiled invitation to anti-social society?

The emerging zeitgeist seems to point into an ominous direction of the second option.

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A.J. Syndrome: Manifest Destiny of “Conspiracy Culture”

Alex Jones is widely ridiculed in the alt media circles, depending on the level of their seriousness. Yet is this "seriousness" an objective quality or just the way of self-flattery? In this podcast we explore how victory of Donald Trump will make Internet "conspiracy culture" go mainstream and argue that it will show what it in fact is: a social experiment in developing anti-social mindset.