The common notion of totalitarianism tends to present the broad canvas of all-power state from which we should be wary. Yet, as with all things, totalitarianism begins at home. In this video, we'll depict how even housewives can develop the totalitarian mentality with no great effort; and how every argument for normalcy, on the contrary, requires supreme efforts.
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.
There's a certain "yawn..." moment looming about "daily shooter" phenomena provided, of course, that you are not getting shot yourself. It stems from predictability. What independent media dub "anomalies" does not seem so anomalous anymore, because anomalies themselves are apparently inevitable, and therefore: predictable, even more so then the main line of events mediated by mass media.
Branko Malić (i.e. me, but Google doesn't get if I don't write it down) rejoins Boiler Room regulars Patrick Henningsen, Randy J, Hesher and Spore to discus Dallas Shooting event, situation in EU and growing disdain towards democracy, according to Plato: an inception moment of true Tyranny.
Yours truly returns to Boiler Room to review the expiring year and discuss all things Christmas, such as 9/11, terrorism, assassinations and prospects for 2016., i.e. chaos, disorder and virtualization of human knowledge. On the lighter note, we provide few Star Wars spoilers and live report from George Soros Christmas party attended and thoroughly enjoyed by Jay Dyer. Besides the two listed notables, Boiler Room Christmas team includes distinguished author of such Christmas classics as "Notes Before Death" and "Considering Suicide", mr. Andy Nowicki, BR mastermind Hesher, lovely Spore, American Viceroy to Far East and bronies expert, Daniel J. Spaulding and, BR's resident man of the world, Patrick Henningsen.