A few weeks ago I was invited for a couple of podcast interviews, both of which have recently gone live. I had a lot of fun with both of them; the hosts are intelligent, well-spoken, and well-read, and we had some great conversations. The nominal topic was Tonic Masculinity, but the conversations evolved organically and ended up covering a wide range of topics.
The first appearance is in the Canadian dissident right podcast Blood $atellite, which you can listen to here. The episode description gives a pretty good idea of what these guys are about:
Dimes and Judas discuss the academic legitimization of chemsex, Aboriginals in Canada getting 40 billion dollars to kill their own children faster, and Tindr as a dysgenics program. After a recounting of how Dimes took just 4 days to become an insane colonial warlord in the cannibal survival game The Forest, they climb into the history of Rome through the book “Dying Every Day: Seneca at the Court of Nero” by James Romm. Here they explain the notorious reign of Emperor Nero and his relationship with his tutor, famed Stoic philosopher Seneca, a tale of dynastic treachery and a preposterous amount of poisoning while in search of the very first Rationalist Emperor. Lastly, on this edition of The Copepranos Society, Dimes speaks with John Carter of Postcards From Barsoom fame, delving into the masculinity crisis in higher academia, pimps being gay, and how to create a better 21st century man.
The second interview was on veteran 9/11 Truth scholar and career regime critic Kevin Barrett’s radio show. The show was broadcast live, which I wasn’t used to, and resulted in me babbling at the end over the bumper music because I was too thick to realize the time slot was up. We talked about 9/11, the epistemic timidity of of the academy, the unfolding dynamics of WWIII, and had a back and forth on what’s really happening with COVID.
The episode is behind Kevin’s paywall but you’ll get your money’s worth: Kevin is a professional, he puts out content on a regular schedule, so there’s lots more you can get access to. Kevin also went ahead and made the lovely meme graphic at the top of this post.
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How did you create this comic blurb which says, "You should have read my Substack!" ?
That's a really cool effect.
Heads up, John... The podcast is Blood $atellite... Not Blood Galaxy. It took me a bit to search for it when I realized this was why I couldn't find it. The link works though.