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Jim Goad joins us to discuss John G. Avildsen's JOE (1970).
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Streamed live on 27 Jan 2019.
Survive the Jive and John Morgan join the show to discuss Werner Herzog's classic film, Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972), about a 16th century expedition through the South American jungle to find the mythological city of Eldorado. Don Lope de Aguirre leads a mutiny to take over the exedition, and his followers soon find out that he is a madman who will lead them all to their deaths.
Streamed live on 20 Jan 2019.
Dr. Greg Johnson joins the show to discuss Stanley Kubrick's last movie, Eyes Wide Shut (1999), about elite societies involved in occult sex rituals in modern day New York. Beneath the surface, the film deals with how powerful elites use sex and illusions as tools for social control.
Streamed live on 4 Jan 2019.
Greg Johnson joins the show to talk about Kiev, since we both have recently visited that city (although on separate occasions). We discuss our impressions of the country, the city, the political atmosphere, and the people in general. We also look back at important changes in 2018 and discuss our plans for 2019.
This is the first of a two part special on the ongoing Ukraine Crisis, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, but also between the East and the West, geopolitically. In this episode, we talk to prominent Russian intellectual, Dr Aleksandr Dugin, who explains the conflict from a Russian and Eurasian perspective. In the next episode, we will talk to a Ukrainian intellectual who will eplain the Ukrainian point of view on the conflict. Since I am travelling, I do not have my usual podcast gear, which unfortunately affects the audio quality. Originally posted 28 Dec 2018.
[Since the audio problems made parts of the conversation difficult to understand, Ms Semenyaka has written this summary of her main statements from the interview:
This is the second part of our special on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, but also between the East and the West, geopolitically. In this episode, we talk to prominent Ukrainian intellectual, Olena Semenyaka, who explains the conflict from a Ukrainian point of view. In the previous episode, we talked to the notorious Russian intellectual, Dr Alexander Dugin, who talked about the same issues from a Russian and Eurasian perspective. Originally streamed live on 3 Jan 2019.
Guillaume Durocher joins the show to talk about Starship Troopers, which portrays a fascist future global society involved in a war of extermination against a bug civilization from outer space.
John Morgan joins the show to discuss Ruben Östlund's film Play (2011).
John Morgan joins the show to discuss Ruben Östlund's remarkable film, The Square (2017), about dishonesty, political correctness, and the loss of masculinity in modern society. This film won the Cannes Palme d'Or, with the jury president saying it depicts "the dictatorship of being politically correct." Recorded on 17 Nov, 2018.
James J. O’Meara joins Fróði Midjord on Guide to Kulchur to discuss John Carpenter’s 1988 classic, They Live, about a man who discovers that an alien tribe has enslaved the Earth without anybody noticing through mass media control, making people believe that they are human when in fact they have “formaldehyde faces,” in the words of the central character. Erkenbrand, The Great White Strike, and the American midterm election are also discussed. Recorded on 11 Nov, 2018.
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