Posthumanism, in quite general sense of the term, is an omnipresent subject on KT. Conspiracy theories, on the other hand, less so. However, what if conspiracy theories, in the most pejorative sense you can think of, could be a substance of what one might call nascent posthuman religion or at least a world view that seems to be the most compatible one with the negative essence of dissolution of the modern world and modern man? If there's anyone who could provide us with even a preliminary answer to these questions than it must be the Ayatolah of conspiratorial new age populism - David Icke himself.
Tagged: Conspiracy theory
Kali Tribune is going through short period of under the hood works, so we're suffering a bit of a hiatus. We'll be back on track soon enough and in the mean time we offer our traditional nicked post: Jasun Horsley and Theodore Dalrymple have a chat on range of themes - from Fabian socialism to disasters of progress. Not to be missed
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.
Kali Tribune's Department of History and Delusion Drainage proudly presents the first episode in the series of enclosures on twofold subject: history of the war in the aftermath of dissolution of Yugoslavia and already noted phenomena of prevalent urge to dissolve the reality of the past, present among the alarming number of so called "alternative media" outlets.
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 video we return to the problem faking reality by media, this time around the alternative ones. We'll analyze the CIA document "Yugoslavia Transformed", that is: the assessment on future of Yugoslavia, written and submitted on 18th October 1990, and referenced by exceptionally dumb (or devious) contributor on former main Duginist outpost Katehon. We demonstrate how collaborating documents can be used as "proofs" for the thesis in fact contradicting their content, on condition that reader doesn't actually read them, but take the authors "reference" as sufficient in itself.
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.
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.