The Walt Disney Saga Continues. We dig further into Walt Disney, including his antisemitism and his anti-union foundation he formed with other reactionaries like John Wayne and Ayn Rand.
In this video clip we discuss the meat industry executives being charged in a price fixing conspiracy. This has been going on since 2011 with no opposition. Most Americans will be eligible for class action rewards. If you bought chicken since 2011 and live in the states mentioned in the show, you are eligible to join at this time. Also mentioned in this clip is the Zoom class action lawsuit.
Ted Nugent is the Worst Hunter Ever and Probably Crapped his Pants. This is a clip from the Exploding Star Podcast episode 37.
Welcome back to the show. In this week's episode we open with a discussion of a Reuters investigation of Amazon that revealed a large lobbying firm funded by Amazon to push through privacy laws that Amazon wants in 25 states including legislation that they themselves wrote. Also, Alexa is recording everything that you say.
In the second half of the show this week we expose the members of the so-called Dark Enlightenment, a regressive movement in elite circles that intends to replace democracy with a cabal of high-tech oligarchs in order to more directly align property rights with political power. Some of the players involved include Peter Thiel, Curtis Yarvin, aka Mencius Moldbug, J.D. Vance, and former president Donald Trump. A recurring figure on the show makes an appearance as well, to the surprise of no one. Thanks for watching the Exploding Star Podcast and have an excellent rest of your week.
This week we dig into the Russiagate conspiracy theory and in particular Aaron Mate and why he has been so successful convincing people about the Bashar al-Assad conspiracy theory. I feel like this group that includes Jimmy Dore, Glenn Greenwald, and Matt Taibbi have been garnering support and clicks from the right wing by brutally criticizing the liberal media outlets, while simultaneously claiming that they are simply criticizing these things from the left.
Welcome back to the show! In this week's episode of The Exploding Star Podcast, we open with a debate about the helpfulness of talented and gifted programs in school, Elon Musk's scheme getting revealed to cash in options about to expire in order to appear like a benevolent job creator while bashing Bernie Sanders, Moderna growing suing the NIH to retain full rights to a patent that the taxpayers funded, and more. In the second half of the show, we go through some people regarded as heroes but who in actuality were quite abysmal including the author of The Star Spangled Banner, more Walt Disney, and Mother Theresa. Thanks for watching and have an excellent rest of your week.
This week we recorded this bonus episode where we compare and contrast the Nordic Social Model with the programs of Venezuela under Hugo Chavez. We discuss why the Norwegian countries are our friends and allies while Venezuela is regarded as an evil communist dictatorship. We open the show talking about veterans and how they are treated, as well as covering a clip of Bernie Sanders dunking on a reactionary senator before moving into the main part of the show. Thanks for watching and have an excellent rest of your week!
Welcome back to the show! We start out with a brief conversation about CRT in the context of the election, which leads us into discussing the city of Detroit decriminalizing enthogenic plants and fungi. We cover Elon Musk's recent Twitter back and forth with the United Nations World Food Program and his poll regarding the potential sale of 10% of Elon's Tesla stock. Next, the Ahmaud Arbery and the Kyle Rittenhouse trials are discussed. In the second half of the show we dig into Steve Bannon, Trump strategist, filmmaker, and subject of contempt of congress charges. Thanks for watching, and have an excellent rest of your week.
In this episode we start out with a discussion of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial beginning. This trial and the Ahmaud Arbery trial raise ethical questions such as how culpable is someone who puts themself in a situation where they might potentially have to shoot and kill someone. Next we discuss the Dr. Fauci beagle controversy including the moral issue of how much as a society we lean into the idea that the ends justify the means. Lastly, we rank the greatest horror villains in modern film history based upon their combat prowess. Thanks for watching and have an excellent rest of your week.
In this episode we talk JFK assassination documents set to be released, mercenaries linked to the Haiti assassination have their cover blown in Bolivia. We also talk Joe Rogan and Michael Malice with respect to trans rights, Ivermectin and it's efficacy according to the data, Charlie Kirk, Ahmaud Arbery trial beginning, and much more. Thanks for watching, have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back to the show! In this week's episode, we cover a range of topics including tensions brewing between the U.S. and Venezuala and China, we have a heated debate following the Joe Rogan appearance of Sanjay Gupta and policy around young healthy males and the virus, as well as a lengthy discussion about the indigenous Zapatista movement in southern Mexico in Chiapas including a look at the political structure. Thanks for watching and have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back to the show. In this week's episode, we discuss some current events including the Mr. Olympia results. We talk about Dave Chappelle's new special The Closer and the controversy surrounding his potential trans-phobic remarks.Tony talks about his experience reading The Bell Curve and what his initial impressions are with relation to liberal media. We discuss the Kellogg's nationwide worker strike, before getting into our main segment on Squid Game, the hot new Netflix show and how it is influenced directly by the epic class struggle that has been taking place in South Korea since the 70's. The stories of how violent the government plus business reaction to workers fighting for basic labor rights are heartbreaking and horrific. Thanks for watching the show and have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back! This week, we take check out the wrestler who was born missing the lower half of his body, Zion Clark, as well as an elected representative of North Carolina going off on a political cartoon in the first part of the show. We next dig into an introductory explanation of the tankie pejorative as it is being used online. This lead us into a discussion about Cuba's political system and how we should think about it. What can it teach us and would it be possible to bring democracy to the island. We finish up the show with a look at David Friedman, grandson of Libertarian founder Milton Friedman, and his views on how anarcho-capitalism can improve society.
Thanks for watching, and have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back! In this episode of The Exploding Star Podcast we discuss AOC a little bit, as well as the new Wheel of Time TV show airing on Amazon Prime in a few months. After that, we dig into the political movement known as Anarchisim. We cover it's origins, as well as it's major accomplishments and basic principles. Thanks for watching and have an excellent rest of your week.
In this episode, we talk about immigration reality versus fantasy in the first half of the show. in the second half, we cover some of U.S. foreign policy in Central and South America in the recent past and continuing on to today, specifically the Reagan Doctrine and the ramifications of it.
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Welcome back to the show. In this week's episode, we examine the dark web intellectual himself, Jordan Peterson. We talk about some of his major talking points, and debate the framework from which he writes and expresses himself. After that, we look at some of the straw man arguments that he uses for his arguments and get into a debate about the gender pay gap.
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n this week's show, we start off with a few current events and then head into a discussion around Elon Musk. We go through his major milestones and background, and I try to verify the validity of meritocracy claims in a segment called The Genius Entrepreneur.
In the second half of the show, we go through the events of 2001 and their fallout, including the twin towers, the anthrax attacks, the Patriot Act, invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, Guantanamo Bay and Abu Graib prisons and their respective history of torture and waterboarding.
Thanks for watching and have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back to the show! In this week's episode, we start off by taking a look at the brilliant comedic genius of Stephen Crowder as he triggers the libs by poo-pooing Labor Day...even though it wasn't a day that workers care about historically...in fact it was created to obfuscate the original holiday celebrating the labor struggles of the early industrial United States including the Haymarket affair, an incident that took place on May the 4th (Mayday) where workers protesting for an 8 hour work day were assaulted by police. Following the affair, prominent members of the anarchist movement were scapegoated and imprisoned...4 were hanged and 1 committed suicide.
Next we move on to discuss restrictions put in place by the Chinese government on minors playing online games. The law seems to be directed at companies specifically, not at parents.
We talk about the Gavin Newsom recall election, and in particular, the (false) voter fraud claims being circulated ahead of the vote. In this context, we get into a bit of a discussion about direct democracy in lieu of our upcoming discussion.
We touch on SB8 and the other Texas laws and point out the speed at which the Supreme Court is handing down these decisions in this "shadow docket" process.
In the second half of the show we continue our discussion of economics as we sus out the differences in our own ideologies with regards to the economic and political system we would like to see and the policies that could help us get there.
Thanks for watching and have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back! In this week's episode, we cover what's been happening in the world, including ongoing events in Afghanistan, and a new deepfake app, as well as a discussion of Anton Lazzaro and Jennifer Carnahan and their role in the corruption in the Minnesota Republican Party. In the second half of the show, we talk about the idea of The American Dream, and how upward mobility in the U.S. has been going down. I lay out the idea that property rights are essentially a myth perpetrated by those with power and how this myth is the basis for modern inequality. We had a great time filming this one I know you will love it. Have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back! In this week's episode we start out by covering a few current events including more devastation taking place in the country of Haiti, a new robotic buffalo in the military, a bomb threat on the library of congress, plus more. Next we dive into a discussion about an economics concept called The Prisoner's Dilemma, which is the basis for a British game show called split or steal. We talk about the economics principal that this stems from, the Tragedy of the Commons, and apply the concept to the modern world. The second half of the show is a look at the history of Afghanistan in some more detail, including the Soviet involvement, the Madrasas, the ethnic groups and their geographical separation, as well as U.S. involvement and our role in the crisis. We then go over each of the missed opportunities that existed for a peaceful settlement between the Taliban and the west, including offers to turn over Bin Laden as well as offers to surrender made by the Taliban. We had an awesome time filming this one and I know you will enjoy the show. Have an excellent rest of your week.
Welcome back! In this week's episode, we take a look at what's happening in the world, with some current events. Biden raises food stamp benefits, Miami-Dade County police brutality, Arnold writes a piece in The Atlantic, and Rudy Giuliani appears on Cameo! After this we take a look at the Lab Leak Theory and some new evidence that sheds doubt onto it as the origin of the virus. In the second half of the show, we breakdown another Michael Malice anarcho-capitalism video. This time, it's a cartoon created by a Washington D.C. think-tank that debunks The New Deal. Was Michael Malice able to debunk the social programs, and did he accidentally expose himself for being opposed to child labor laws? Find out! in this fun-filled episode of The Exploding Star Podcast. Please visit our website by clicking the link below
This is a clip from The Exploding Star Podcast Episode 19. In it, we break down a thinktank video debunking The New Deal policies and discuss the merits of the arguments presented.
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Welcome back! In this packed episode of The Exploding Star Podcast we cover a wide range of topics. We start off with the running, learning robot and then contrast that with the military killing robot, and drone surveillance technology.
After that we talk a little bit about our experience behind bars. I discuss the methodology behind the substance abuse program, and Tony describes the way in which private companies are being used through the courts to institute various poor taxes on folks.
We finish up the first half by using a deepfake app to nudify our favorite people, including ourselves.
The second half of the show is dedicated to breaking down a debate between libertarian socialist Vaush and libertarian anarcho-capitalist Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, prominent radical capitalist propaganda non-profit company dedicated to spreading fundamentalist values on college campuses and elsewhere.
We had an awesome time filming this episode, and we know you will enjoy it. Have an excellent rest of your week.
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This is a clip from The Exploding Star Podcast episode 18. In it, we break down the debate between Charlie Kirk and Vaush and discuss the relevant points. After the debate breakdown, we take a look at libertarian views through the lens of David Koch and other prominent figures.
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The Exploding Star Podcast is a weekly show. We also publish clips that are particularly relevant or meaningful to society. We attempt to tackle the major topics as well as the smaller topics that we find particularly meaningful or important.
Me and Tony have known each other since we were kids, and have a good understanding of each other's philosophy. We put honesty above everything, and respect objectivity. The main things that are important to our identity are freedom of expression, equality of opportunity, and respect for the individual.
Please check out the channel if you are interested in objective truth, understanding, and divisive opinions, as me and Tony don't always agree on all of these issues and we will attempt to tease apart exactly what is underlying the disagreements.