Tagged: sustainable development

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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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Quality of Death: The Alfie Evans Case and Euthanasia as Future

The case of British toddler Alfie Evans' predicament and relentless struggle of his parents and good deal of world wide public to transfer him out of Britain captivated the attention of the masses for some time. Now this will, inevitably, wane but Alfie Evans' end, where institutions of state - i.e. courts - prevented attempted treatment in other country due to concerns about, quote: "Little Alfie's quality of life", presents what seems to us at KT to be a landmark point in the spiritual atmosphere of our day and age. Why and how this is so, we'll demonstrate based on reading of the court ruling on Alfie Evans and rejection of appeal to it. As is always the case with euthanasia and politics pushing it forward, its about legislative system first and foremost and then, consequently, with the radical transformation of society.

This transformation is - you guessed it - not for the better.

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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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One Eyed Men: Metapolitics and Metaphysics

In this podcast we focus on some notable qualities of our contemporary politico-philosophical prophets and their misconceptions. We argue that there indeed are few notable, yet quite unsavory, thinkers who correctly read the signs of the times, which gives them a significant edge over their opponents. However, their philosophical notions are based on - radically wrong - understanding of metaphysics as metapolitics.

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“Ethnic Bleachers of the World, Unite!”: On Vacant Minds and Internet Censorship

As internet is pulsing with gloomy stories about coming censorship, especially to step upon those nodes wailing about "white genocide", Kali Tribune offers an opinion on the matter, based on the quite real, albeit probably not white enough, genocides from the recent past. Also, we touch upon globalist policies that are seldom mentioned outside the conspiracist circles, but are non the less real and also, seemingly paradoxically, quite apt to be named genocidal themselves. Finally, we discuss the problem of combating narrative with the truth and difficulties that come with it, making censorship perhaps the most viable option for some corners of the internet.

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Directives to Commentariat: Answers to Comments and Questions

KT answers to moist poignant and interesting comments and questions. The subjects covered range from the idea of total knowledge or "world image", sustainable development, Club of Rome founding document "Predicament of Mankind" to discussion of whether there's only one Globalization, the reach of Russian influence in alt media, nature of "alternative research" and its inherent nihilism, video game nature of "alt media" covering the war in Syria, mirage of geopolitics, etc.

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Death of a Conspiracy Theorist

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.

Political Correctness: A Nominalist Cookbook 2

Political Correctness: A Nominalist Cookbook

hieronymus-bosch-das-weltgericht-191083Denying the existence of political correctness is tantamount to living under the rock and describing it's bottom. In this three part podcast we'll try to provide some insight into what PC essentially is.