Third World Bore: How by Being Offline You Can Prevent the World War
It’s happening! Third World War is at hand! Well … just as long as your internet connection is stable. In this podcast we delve into further depths of fringe internet movements and peculiar personal qualities their adherents develop; qualities that are seemingly a reiteration of old radicalism, but are in fact something quite novel.
- the apology to all of you following this site because of hiatus in the regular run of Kali Tribune, and heartfelt thanks to all those who supported us in the last few weeks;
- the fact that, due to a hectic week, I noticed only yesterday that we are again on the brink of the Judgement Day, i.e. nuclear exchange (can’t seem to recall, even from the late Seventies, the moment that something like this wasn’t “imminent” and “just around the corner”) and conclusions stemming thereof;
- crisis as media (virtual) event and peculiar behavior of “truth movement/alt media” personalities (also virtual by now);
- the virtual substance revolutionaries need to gain their metaphysical footing – in this case: Syrian people as ens perfectissimus of alt media – with some historical examples;
- schisms in alt media as an indicator of peculiar personal degradation inflicting their adherents, not entirely reducible to their own moral failings
- reasons why people follow alt media – loneliness and need for reality
- defense from the attack by young doberman at the end of the podcast (he was just playful, but he was a doberman nonetheless)
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