Tagged: Branko Malić
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.
What do the followers of Obama have in common with followers of Trump? Seemingly nothing, but - in truth - just about everything. Kali Tribune's Department of Mental Health presents the diagnosis of- and recommends the vaccine for Obamamania and Trumpophrenia
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.
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.
Strange Angles, Strange Faces: Introduction to Convergences Between LHP Satanism, Post-Nazism & Alt Right Ideas
In this podcast we introduce three persons who could prove important for the ideological trajectory leaders of the Alt Right movement are now taking. What they have in common is elusiveness, a long time spent on the fringe and at least a one time adherence to Left Hand Path Satanism in it's most consequent and hence radical form.
Those men are Kerry Bolton, David Myatt and Alexander Dugin.
Again we hear the same old refrain: "There are too many people in this world, so many that one can properly call them useless eaters". Kissinger misbehaving in his old age? UN's got a new agenda? Himmler quote? No. Just two alt right cum alt media boys shooting some breeze.
As the new year approaches, we present some announcements about direction Kali Tribune will take in the future. Among other things, it will be a year of focus on analysis, not of mainstream, but alt media tropes, criticism of ideological strains imbibing the Internet media sphere and, in all probability, going against the grain of Western independent - or supposedly independent - outlets.
Star Wars: Rogue One is a puzzling film. Namely, it is a straightforward, emotionally laden war movie with an unspoken yet clear message: a praise of suicide.