Tagged: Croatia

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Enjoy the Silence

The combination of viral and virtual pandemic yields some still largely unnoticed benefits. In this podcast we'll point out the pronounced absence of, up to only a week or two ago, omnipresent forces - one is the European Union and the other is perpetual terror of NGOs and media peddling acidic ideological trash. Both of them have been present for one or more decades, depending on the country in question, and now, in the matter of days or even hours, they are simply suspended from the existence.


While stating the benefits and educational potential of the situation, we'll provide some explanations of why this came to pass.

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Luminar Podcast: Michel Houellebecq’s Itch

Taming the KGB accents one more time, Deirdre hosts another Luminar Podcast with Mihai and me:

"on the way from David Icke to Michel Houellebecq we chat about consciousness, knowledge, ego, the dark night of the soul, smashing the idol of the self, ambition or lack thereof, what is meaningful work, the willing participation of the people in their own control, comparisons between Communism and the European Union, the rush among the masses towards progressiveness and cutting roots, Croatia, Romania and Ireland, the role of intellectuals, James Joyce's depiction of the odyssey in modernity and other writers like him, and finally onto Houellebecq's unscratchable itch."

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Windswept Podcast: Nationalism and Politics of Dissolution

In this Windswept Podcast, we return to hair splitting over terminology. Is nationalism really what most people think it is or is it a counterfeit of deeper reality, subverting its proper expressions? Is a "surge in nationalism" always the same thing as a "surge in local solidarity" or "love of one's home"? And what does it all mean in opposition to prevalent technocratic governance system of supra-national entities?

These and, other questions, as well as some World Cup commentary very atypical for KT, get their fair treatment in the following.

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Boiler Room 72 – Saturday Night Half Life

Yours truly (note to Google bot: try 'Malic' or 'Malich') joins Hesher, Spore, Randy J., Jay Dyer and Jamie Hanshaw for usual both deadly serious and funny, but completely unscripted, discussion on major ills weighing in on humanity: from SJWs and Glenn Beck to rifts in Christianity.

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Warmongering for All Family: Andrew Korybko’s Balkan Expertise

In a breach of KT tradition we publish a FB post. However, with good reason. This is a reaction on the text written by Andrew Korybko for Katehon - generally a publication piling semi-idiotic political analysis together with some really quality stuff, which is a hallmark of the strategy of chaos so dear to it's main luminary Alexander Dugin. The post was written by Matija Lukač, probably the most well informed - in the terms of on the ground knowledge - Croatian author about situation in Syria, who previously warned us about the fact that Korybko is either a charlatan or downright warmonger.

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A Party for Scorpions

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?

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True Lies

True Lies

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Bwana Joe has left the building. It's time for Kali Tribune's Department of Conjuration and Analysis to provide analysis of Joe Biden's last week visit to Croatia and it's significance. We are thereby presented with further examples of chaos logic as a principle of geopolitics, now coming back to Balkan, big time.