Tagged: political correctness

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Beyond the Pale: The Morning After of Irish Abortion Referendum

The landslide victory of Irish pro-abortion public vote in recent referendum came not as a surprise because it was victory, but because it was more or less a public acclamation - a true voice of the people, one might say.

In this podcast we analyze the meaning of this event in the global context and how it stems from peculiar state of mind now prevalent in the West, but very easily observable in Ireland itself: a mentality of indifference.

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East Europe and Politics of Dissolution

A perspective we could, albeit quite loosely, denote as “East European viewpoint” is to a large extent absent from, mostly anglophone, internet media and internet mediated intellectual scene. So how does East Europe defend from what we on KT call "politics of dissolution"? Come and see ...

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Your Papers, Please: Notion of Identity in Contemporary Identitarian Movements

"I identify as ... white, Pagan, pine tree, pink unicorn ... who are you to judge me!!!?" Is this statement merely a parody of contemporary vogue or does it indicate to a deeper truth? In this podcast we provide a sketch of the second option - we argue that notion of 'identity' applied by movements as Alt Right, as well as the establishment promulgated political correctness, is in fact a multifaceted attempt to reduce oneself and one's belonging to nothing. Or, if we are to be generous, to at least prepare oneself to permanent process of identification quite akin to metaphysical police interrogation; an endless session of self inflicted torture.

Also, we briefly dwell on the metaphysics of identity of Classical German Idealism and some of the ominous tendencies already present in this monumental spiritual movement.

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Aztec Blues: Myth of Overpopulation as Politically Correct Human Sacrifice

In this podcast we take a look at the familiar theme of political correctness from seemingly unusual position: i.e. from the Left. By referring to passages from Guido Preparata's book Ideology of Tyranny claiming that myth of overpopulation cuts through both extremes of political spectrum, we expound upon the idea that the common core of contemporary darkening of the intellect indeed exists.

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Beyond Left and Right: The Identity of Identity Politics

In this video we compare two instances of extreme identity politics - one being the ultimate piece of politically correct legislative drafted in 2015. for the "benefit" of European nations by then elite think tank, the other coming from then fringe Alt Right spokesman's talk given at approximately the same period. We propose that both instances of identity politics rely on congenial principles of identity based on negation where personal dignity of human being is founded on interactions of opposed social groups and not on the intrinsic value of human person.

In plain English: we demonstrate that the same kind of stench usually indicates to same crap, whichever nostril picked it up first, whether left or right.

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Boiler Room ep. 68 – Man Who Objectified the World

Yours truly makes a disembodied cameo in this tour de force iteration of your favorite show. Jay Dyer, Andy Nowicki, Daniel J. Spaulding, Randy J. hosted by Hesher and Spore discuss wide range of topics as usual. Highlight's are Spore's heroic last stand in defense of her former employer, Clint Eastwood, Jay objectifying, and thus potentially offending, all human beings, yours truly appearing on the show although not really being there and Andy saying "ha" at all the right places.

Not to be missed.

Boiler Room – Lord of the (pedo)rings 0

Boiler Room – Lord of the (pedo)rings

Pulp-O-Mizer_Cover_Image (1)In this episode a panel of independent media notables from Seoul to Texas, including Hesher, Spore, Branko Malić, Jay Dyer, Andy Nowicki, Randy J. and Daniel Spaulding, discusses pedophilia, political correctness and Darwinism in a lighthearted, yet serious, manner.