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Bible in the News
Russia and the Foundations of Geopolitics

Bible in the News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 8:12


As the war continues in Ukraine, Russian missiles have been pounding energy facilities and other such infrastructure across Ukraine. This week, I’d like to take a bigger picture view of the invasion that has dominated headlines for months and talk about a man called Alexander Dugin. 

Dave Troy Presents
Mysteries of Eurasia with Joe Szimhart

Dave Troy Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 116:42


Russian Nationalism — a heady mix of Eurasianism, Russian Cosmism with esoteric and occult beliefs — is reflected in the Putin regime's information warfare. In recent episodes we covered a diverse range of topics, from longtermism to libertarian exit, to Bucky Fuller. But what do these things have in common, and what does it all mean? Dave is joined by Joe Szimhart who helps unpack the details behind Eurasianism, Russian Cosmism, and many other syncretic religious and occult ideas at the heart of Russia's war on the West. The picture helps provide a framework for better understanding what's going on, how to respond, and why this conflict is difficult to resolve. This episode is long and packed with information — you may find that it's useful to listen more than once to pick up on all the details. Feel free to send questions for future episodes to davetroy@icloud.com. Follow Joe on Twitter at @jszimhart, and Dave at @davetroy. Relevant books and papers: Mysteries of Eurasia by Jafe Arnold Russian Nationalism: Imaginaries, Doctrines, and Political Battlefields Books Instead of Lineage: Mystic Underground in the USSR (1960s–1980s) Don't Immanentize the Eschaton: Against Right-Wing Gnosticism Keywords: Syncretism, Eurasianism, Cosmism, Noosphere, Putin, Noocracy, Anton Vaino, Nooscope, Gnosticism, System 1 and 2 thinking, Völkisch Occultism, Russian Orthodox Church, Shambhala, Atlantis, Yuzhinsky Circle, Alexander Dugin, Yuri Mamleev, Psychotronics, Initiation, Libertarian Exit, Ayn Rand, Galt's Gulch, Hyperborea, Thule Society, Vril, Hitler, UFOs, Guenon, Fascism, Evola, Gurdjieff, Ahnenerbe, Tsiolovsky, Chizevsky, Fyodorov, Vernadsky, Teilhard De Chardin, Eduoard LeRoy, Gaia, Lovelock, Margulies, Sagan, Theosophy, Anthroposophy, Hare Krishnas, Hindu Nationalism, Gandhi, Nehru, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Marilyn Ferguson, Aquarian Conspiracy, Stepanov, Harmonic Convergence, Jose Arguelles, Birth 2012, Michael Beckwith, NESARA/GESARA, QFS, QAnon, The Event, Eschaton, Eschatology, Immanentize, Omega Point, Kurzweil, Russia 2045, Transhumanism.

Rik's Mind Podcast
Episode 104- DeSantis and Vladdy and Bigots, Oh My! Fireside Chat

Rik's Mind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


What's happening in Iran? What does the future hold for ol' Vladdy? Is Ron DeSantis a N@zi or just a bigot? It's another fireside chat today with Rik and DeMarco. The boys share their thoughts on Ukraine, the 2022 Iran Protests, Kanye's antisemitism and more! Jon and Rik even share some thoughtful critiques on each other's outlook on the world. Stick around for this one, it's gonna be fun. We've also started curating playlists of interesting and informative videos to expand your mind on our YouTube channel! Right now we've got one made by DeMarco with one by Rik coming soon (as soon as DeMarco can pester him to do it!). Be sure to like and subscribe on the YouTube!https://youtube.com/channel/UCuM080VqVCe0gAns9V9WK9wLike and Subscribe to us on Youtube for more fun and exclusive content!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuM080VqVCe0gAns9V9WK9wShow Notes:Iran protests over woman's death persist despite crackdown | ReutersAbout Us | Al JazeeraWhat caused the blast on the bridge to Crimea? | Financial TimesUkraine's ‘Mosquito' Air Force | The New York TimesAbout Us | Quiver QuantitativeUkraine aid faces tougher crowd if Republicans take over | PoliticoBritain's grid warns of winter blackouts if Europe energy crisis escalates | Washington PostOPEC cut spurs U.S. hedging - but against lower oil prices | ReutersThe daughter of Putin ally Alexander Dugin is killed in a car bomb explosion | NPRWhile he & Ukrainian military are not Nazi or neo-Nazi, contrary to #Russian propaganda used to justify illegal invasion of #Ukraine, open brandishing of bracelet with swastika by Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in tweet mentioning World War Two is striking. | Ivan Katchanovski TwitterKanye's antisemitic tweet could be a preview of social media's future | Washington PostKanye West's Twitter and Instagram accounts locked over anti-Semitism | BBC NewsFlorida Agents Raid Home Of Rebekah Jones, Former State Data Scientist | NPRFlorida Governor Defends Firing Of Top Data Scientist | NPRFired Florida Data Scientist Launches A Coronavirus Dashboard Of Her Own | NPRThe Story Behind DeSantis's Migrant Flights to Martha's Vineyard | The New York TimesDeSantis announces 20 arrests tied to voter fraud charges | PoliticoDefendants targeted in DeSantis' voter fraud crackdown were told they could vote | PoliticoRedistricting battle further positions DeSantis for 2024 presidential bid | The HillDeSantis proposes new Florida congressional map that could wipe out Democratic redistricting gains | CNNJustices hand DeSantis victory in congressional redistricting fight | Tallahassee DemocratThe Dangerous Consequences of Florida's "Don't Say Gay" Bill on LGBTQ+ Youth in Florida | Georgetown LawACLU OF FLORIDA DENOUNCES ‘DON'T SAY GAY' BILL (HB1557), SIGNED INTO LAW BY GOVERNOR DESANTIS | ACLU FloridaThe Return of Fascism in Italy | The Atlantic Pandemic Flu: Preparing and Protecting against Avian Influenza | The White House

Rumors of Instinct Podcast
The Fourth Political Theory by Alexander Dugin part 2/2

Rumors of Instinct Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 236:46


The second half of the Fourth Political Theory by Alexander Dugin the controversial Russian political philosopher. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyondtopsecrettexan/support

Rumors of Instinct Podcast
The Fourth Political Theory by Alexander Dugin part 1/2

Rumors of Instinct Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 256:48


The full uncensored audio version of the Fourth Political Theory by Alexander Dugin infamous philosopher and influencer of Putin and modern Russian politics. Listen at your own risk of developing anti anglosphere extremist thoughtcrimes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyondtopsecrettexan/support

SPIEGEL Update – Die Nachrichten
Neue Taktik der Ukraine, Enthüllung zu Dugin-Anschlag, Macron ruft die Europäer

SPIEGEL Update – Die Nachrichten

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 4:12


Woher die Ukraine ihre erfolgreiche neue Taktik hat. Wer hinter dem Anschlag auf Alexander Dugin stecken könnte. Warum sich in Prag EU-Staaten mit anderen Europäern treffen. Das ist die Lage am Donnerstagmorgen. Die Artikel zum Nachlesen: Interview über ukrainische Geländegewinne: »Die Russen geraten in Panik« Wer ist der rechtsextreme Vordenker Alexander Dugin? Interview über neuen Staatenbund: »Damit können wir die Ukraine sofort in unsere Familie aufnehmen«Informationen zu unserer Datenschutzerklärung

The Leighton Smith Podcast
Leighton Smith Podcast Episode 175 - October 5th 2022

The Leighton Smith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 89:37


On this week's podcast: For years, New Zealand productivity has been shortchanging the economy and therefore the country.Why is New Zealand outstripped by the rest of the first world countries, in particular Australia?The New Zealand Initiative's Chief Economist, Dr Eric Crampton gives reasons and suggests solutions.Then, who is Alexander Dugin? And what is Eurasianism? A brilliant analysis from Associate Professor Salvatore Babones, University of Sydney, on the Russian Intellectual Dugin.Is he "Putin's brain” and does he really want to destroy America?And finally, The Mailroom with your commentary. File your comments and complaints at Leighton@newstalkzb.co.nz Haven't listened to a podcast before? Check out our simple how-to guide. Listen here on iHeartRadio Leighton Smith's podcast also available on iTunes:To subscribe via iTunes click here See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

It Could Happen Here
Assassination Week #5: Alexander Dugin's Daughter Meets a Car Bomb

It Could Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 56:45


We discuss the assassination of Darya Dugina, who she was, and possible motivations for targeting her or her father.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Health Ranger Report
Situation Update, Sep 22, 2022 - Russia mobilizes 300,000 for ESCALATION of continental war with NATO

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 109:43


0:00 Insane News 29:35 Drug Cartels 38:25 Russia 56:40 John Moore The Liberty Man 1:30:30 Germany   - #Russia calls up 300,000 reservists to join escalating war - Russia knows NATO forces are running Ukraine's offensive operations - Alexander Dugin warns the West has become "Antichrist civilization" that must be defeated - #Texas gov. Abbott declares drug cartels Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO) - Fed raises overnight rates by 75 basis points (.75%), will clobber housing market - Massive "Feeding Our Future" charity fraud run by somalis in Minnesota - DOJ charges 47 with at least $250 million charity fraud, USDA handed them checks for years - #Germany govt. caught running Nazi, "right-wing extremism" sock puppet accounts For more updates, visit: http://www.brighteon.com/channel/hrreport NaturalNews videos would not be possible without you, as always we remain passionately dedicated to our mission of educating people all over the world on the subject of natural healing remedies and personal liberty (food freedom, medical freedom, the freedom of speech, etc.). Together, we're helping create a better world, with more honest food labeling, reduced chemical contamination, the avoidance of toxic heavy metals and vastly increased scientific transparency. ▶️ Every dollar you spend at the Health Ranger Store goes toward helping us achieve important science and content goals for humanity: https://www.healthrangerstore.com/ ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: https://www.naturalnews.com/Readerregistration.html ▶️ Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport ▶️ Join Our Social Network: https://brighteon.social/@HealthRanger ▶️ Check In Stock Products at: https://PrepWithMike.com

PRIMUM GRADUS (el primer paso)
De platón a isabel ii,`pasando por el desembarco en normandía (of the record, lo que hablamos antes de grabar)

PRIMUM GRADUS (el primer paso)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 55:12


Lo que hablamos justo antes de grabar el programa. Vamos de un tema a otro, hablamos de Isabel II de Platón, de los hiperbóres, de Alexander Dugin,... divagamos un tanto, pero entre medio puede oirse algo que interesante.

The Eastern Border
War in Ukraine: Episode 96

The Eastern Border

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 23:59


News about the war in Ukraine. Putin's getting visibly shaken...and a new warmongering article by Alexander Dugin, that puts Putin in a very uncomfortable position.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theeasternborder. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Off the Chain
#1090 Michael Millerman On How Colleges Tried To Cancel Him

Off the Chain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 101:45


Michael Millerman is a Philosopher, the Founder of Millerman School, and Author of the book “Inside Putin's Brain”. In this conversation, we discuss the declining state of education, what Stoicism teaches us, the importance of philosophy, being a free & critical thinker, controversial thinkers like Alexander Dugin, the new world order, and institutional collapse. ======================= Bullish is a powerful new exchange for digital assets that offers deep liquidity, automated market making, and industry-leading security. Combining the innovations of DeFi with the regulated environment of traditional finance, Bullish empowers users to trade with certainty and earn passively at scale across variable market conditions, in an environment backed by multibillion-dollar liquidity contributions from the Bullish Treasury. Visit bullish.com/pomp today to learn more. Note: Bullish is licensed by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. Virtual assets and related products are high risk. Consult your investment advisor and trade responsibly. Bullish is available in select locations only and not to U.S persons. Visit bullish.com/legal for important information and risk warnings. ======================= The bridge between iGaming, online sports betting, and emerging technology, such as Blockchain, NFTs, fintech, GameFi, metaverse, and AI, is loud and clear. The largest global summit of this kind is heading to Malta from November 15 to 17. Over a thousand exhibitors and 25,000 industry leaders will be there, including top executives from Draft Kings, Bet365, Socios, crypto exchanges, betting software providers, operators, gaming affiliates, and more. Log on to AIBC.WORLD and SiGMA.WORLD to see all our upcoming global summits! See you in Malta, November 15 to 17 for the leading global event in Gaming & Emerging Tech! THIS IS SiGMA! ======================= Valour (formerly DeFi Technologies) represents what's next in the digital economy -- providing simplified, trusted access to crypto, decentralized finance and Web 3.0 investment opportunities. Institutions and investors can gain diversified, secure, compliant, and easily tradable access to a diversified set of industry-leading equity products and protocols, through a single stock purchase on a regulated exchange. Currently listed on U.S. (OTC: DEFTF) and Canadian (NEO:DEFI) exchanges. For more information or to subscribe to receive company updates and financial information, visit our website at valour.com ======================= LMAX Digital - the market-leading solution for institutional crypto trading & custodial services - offers clients a regulated, transparent and secure trading environment, together with the deepest pool of crypto liquidity. LMAX Digital is also a primary price discovery venue, streaming real-time market data to the industry's leading analytics platforms. LMAX Digital - secure, liquid, trusted. Learn more at LMAXdigital.com/pomp ======================= FTX.US is the safe, regulated way to buy and sell Bitcoin and other digital assets. Trade crypto with up to 85% lower fees than top competitors. There are no fixed minimum fees, no ACH transaction fees, and no withdrawal fees. Download the FTX App today and use referral code “Pomp” to earn free crypto on every trade over $10. The more you trade, the more you earn. ======================= Compass Mining is the world's first online marketplace for bitcoin mining hardware and hosting. Compass was founded with the goal of making it easy for everyone to mine bitcoin. Visit https://compassmining.io/ to start mining bitcoin today! =======================

Anchored by the Classic Learning Test
Michael Millerman on the Importance of Studying Controversial Thoughts

Anchored by the Classic Learning Test

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 32:37


On this episode of Anchored, Soren is joined by Michael Millerman, a scholar of political philosophy and author of two books: Inside "Putin's Brain" and Beginning with Heidegger.  Michael shares how he became interested in the "deep inner life of man" from a young age. Introduced to Straussian pedagogy through a professor, Michael paired his interest in mysticism with philosophy and delved into research on the Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin. This research later led him to get blacklisted from a career in higher academia, but inspired Michael to create The Millerman School, where Michael teaches online courses on Plato, Nietzsche, Heidegger, and more. Michael shares the importance of a genuine study of controversial thoughts and shares why a universal yearning for the Great Books is inevitable.

Millerman Talks
Alexander Dugin vs. The Great Reset

Millerman Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 22:34


Alexander Dugin wrote a book against the Great Reset. Here's my review of it. Originally published at europeanconservative.com/reviews/the-great-awakening-vs-the-great-reset/ For online courses on some the thinkers mentioned in this video (Plato, Aristotle, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Strauss, Dugin), visit MillermanSchool.com. Like, subscribe, share, etc.

The Antedote
Alexander Dugin (Part 1)

The Antedote

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 96:00


With the increase in focus on Aleksander Dugin in the aftermath of the recent death of his daughter, Daria Dugina, in a car bombing, we have begun what will be a series of shows about Dugin. We start our series by reading from "War For Eternity: The Return of Traditionalism and the Rise of the Far Right" by Benjamin Teitelbaum. support us: www.patreon.com/theantedote https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/aug/29/russia-alleges-second-ukrainian-involved-darya-dugina-killing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ostankino_Tower https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darya_Dugina https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOYicMQzmy0 (Max Blumennthal interviewing Mark Sleboda) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Friberg https://www.benjaminteitelbaum.com/scholarship/ https://poddtoppen.se/podcast/1208767895/the-infinite-fringe/war-for-eternity-steve-bannon-donald-trump-and-the-occult-part-1-with-ben-teitelbaum https://www.unz.com/audio/kbarrett_charles-upton-on-dugin-vs-dugin-charles-messina-on-shia-isla/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Upton_(poet) https://crescent.icit-digital.org/keywords/dugin-against-dugin-a-traditionalist-critique-of-the-fourth-political-theory https://www.unz.com/audio/kbarrett_jeremy-rothe-kushel-challenges-my-anti-liberal-stance/ https://www.unz.com/audio/kbarrett_jim-fetzer-breaks-news-on-supreme-court-local-court-cases-on-sandy-hook-lawsuits/ [Barrett asks Fetzer about Jeremy's critical stance in last half] --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-antedote/support

Echo der Zeit
Bürgerliche lancieren Initiative für neue AKW

Echo der Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 29:52


Themen dieser Sendung: (01:33) Bürgerliche lancieren Initiative für neue AKW (10:08) Radioaktiver Abfall: Bevölkerung vor Ort gibt sich pragmatisch (16:09) Ein Abhörskandal beschert Griechenlands Politik unruhige Zeiten (22:19) Die Netzwerke des rechtsextremen Alexander Dugin

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
Somalia's searing drought

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 29:09


Stories from Russia, Israel, Thailand, Greece and Somalia, where more than 90% of the country is still enduring extremely dry weather. Since October 2020, four successive rainy seasons have effectively failed. Now human lives are at risk, with more than one and a half million children in the country classified as acutely malnourished. Mercy Juma recently saw just how parched and how hungry the landscape has become. When a car bomb exploded in Moscow last weekend killing Daria Dugina, a Russian TV pundit, the conspiracy theories multiplied. Some suspected perhaps the real target was her father: Alexander Dugin, a prominent conservative philosopher. In the West, some called Mr Dugin “Putin's brain” – or even “Putin's Rasputin”. But that didn't quite ring true, at least not to Gabriel Gatehouse, who has spent many years covering Russia and Ukraine, and who met Alexander Dugin in 2016. The war has also been vexing both Russian and Ukrainian relations with Israel. The Israeli government has spoken out publicly against the war and moved to shelter refugees, while also offering to act as a diplomatic go-between the two sides. Russia's justice ministry is currently seeking to liquidate the Russian branch of the non-profit Jewish Agency, which helps Jews around the world move to Israel. Tim Samuels recently met some of those trying to start again in a new land. The elephant is, famously, a symbol of Thailand – but it's more than symbolic. There are thousands of real live elephants in the country. Around half are kept in captivity as working animals, used either to move earth or timber, or, in a modern twist, to take tourists for rides. As tourism reopens, some Karen communities near the Thai-Myanmar border are trying a new kind of venture, based on a more respectful relationship with the animals. Mark Stratton went to see how it's working out. Many might dream of making a holiday home idyll last longer – perhaps even for good. But staying all year round in a rural village in Europe can be a much more gruelling prospect, if there aren't any local services, shops or even many neighbours to call on. Alba Arikha has been restoring and settling into an old house in a Greek hamlet not far from the town of Kardamyli, on the western coast of the Mani peninsula.

One Decision
BONUS: Who killed the daughter of Putin's ally?

One Decision

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 18:47


Darya Dugina, daughter of close Putin ally and Russian ultra-nationalist Alexander Dugin, was driving her father's car, when it exploded. Russia's FSB security services quickly claimed to have identified the assassin. But western governments have pushed back against this narrative, with some officials like Tom Tugendhat, a British member of Parliament, suggesting that Putin may have targeted Dugin over recent criticisms made against the Kremlin. One Decision hosts Julia Macfarlane and former MI6 Chief Sir Richard Dearlove sit with Edward Lucas, one of the most well-informed journalists on Kremlinology and the shadow politics of Putin's inner circle, to discuss who may be behind the assassination and what it means for war in Ukraine.  

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
Aleksandr Dugin and Misevaluating the Importance of Intellectuals to Regime Decision-Making w/ Ramon Glazov

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 77:27


On this edition of Parallax Views, Ramon Glazov, translator of Girgio De Maria's The Transgressionists and Other Disquieting Works and author of assorted pieces found in such publications as Jacobin and Overland, joins us to discuss the Russian far-right philosopher Alexander Dugin. Dugin has been in the news due to his daughter's death in a fiery car explosion. This episode will not deal so much with that current events incident, but rather the question of Dugin's significance to the regime of Vladimir Putin. In both mainstream and alternative/independent media Dugin has often been described as "Putin's Brain" or "Putin's Rasputin".  Ramon believes the evidence for Dugin's significance  to Putin and the Russian state has been vastly overstated in a way that has negative consequences. We'll discuss Dugin's Foundations of Geopolitics, his "Fourth Political Theory", Dugin and postmodernism, Dugin's anti-China views, Dugin's more bizarre geopolitical proposals that are unlikely to be held by Putin or the Kremlin, elitism vs. populism on the right, the Traditionalist thinker Julius Evola, the modernist poet and rabid antisemite Ezra Pound, French far-right thinker Alain de Benoist, the political uselessness of Evolian occultism, Dugin's removal from the University of Moscow for genocidal comments directed at Ukraine/Ukrainians, the paradox of Dugin's self-professed "ethno-centrism, but not racism" views, Dugin's defensive identity politics, spiritual racism, fascism, Russian punk/counterculture icon Eduard Liminov and National Bolshevism, Dugin's views on Germany, Western journalism on Dugin and cherry-picking what Dugin says, Dugin's pluralist relativism, racist ideas about Russians as inherently relativist in their thinking, Dugin and the Kremlin, isolationism and the paradox of far-right wing "anti-globalism", far-right intellectuals and political opportunism, Dugin/Pound/Evola as political hanger-ons, Steve Bannon Vs. a figure Julius Evola or Alexander Dugin, Ezra Pound's WWII propaganda broadcasts in Mussolini's Italy, Ezra Pound's mental hospital stay, Dugin's strange views on Soviet Union serial killer Andrei Chikatilo, and much, much more!

Stranger By the Hour Podcast
Episode 63 Live Stream with Cameron from Urban Survival

Stranger By the Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 121:42


In the first hour we cover the assassination of Russian philosopher/political theorist Alexander Dugin's daughter and then are joined by Cameron from Urban & Rural Survival in the second hour. Remember to check out our Patreon for the stuff we want to talk about but can't without getting kicked off the internets.https://www.patreon.com/user?u=67577322

Front Burner
A car bomb's impact on a Russia at war

Front Burner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 22:08


On Saturday, a car bomb killed pro-war Russian commentator Darya Dugina on the outskirts of Moscow. Dugina was the daughter of ultranationalist philosopher Alexander Dugin, whose influence on Russian President Vladimir Putin is widely debated — leading to speculation the bomb was meant for Dugin himself. Today on Front Burner, The Guardian's Moscow correspondent Andrew Roth explains who Dugin is, the competing theories for who was responsible for the car bombing, and what impact the attack could have on how the war in Ukraine is fought.

The spiked podcast
192: A crisis made by our elites

The spiked podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 37:14


Tom, Fraser and Ella discuss the cost-of-living crisis, the cancellation of Andrew Tate and the madness of Emily Maitlis. Plus: Benjamin Teitelbaum on what Alexander Dugin really thinks. Order your copy of ‘How Woke Won' by Joanna Williams: https://www.spiked-online.com/shop/  Donate to spiked: https://www.spiked-online.com/donate/  Become a spiked supporter: https://www.spiked-online.com/supporters/  Sign up to spiked's newsletters: https://www.spiked-online.com/newsletters/  Sponsored by Wondrium: https://www.wondrium.com/spiked

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
COI #316: The Darya Dugina Assassination

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:11


On COI #316, Kyle Anzalone and Connor Freeman cover the assassination of Darya Dugina, the latest JCPOA news, Tehran's improved diplomatic ties with Arab states, and the recent U.S. bombings in Syria. Connor discusses a car bombing outside Moscow that killed Russian journalist Darya Dugina, nationalist philosopher Alexander Dugin's daughter. Dugina was driving her father's SUV when it was engulfed in flames, it is believed they both were targeted for assassination. The Russian FSB had identified a suspect, a Ukrainian woman who was allegedly working for Kiev's intelligence services and is said to be a member of the Azov Battalion, the infamous neo-Nazi national guard unit. Though Kiev denies these claims and Moscow has not presented sufficient evidence to support its accusations. In the corporate press, Dugin is often painted as Vladimir Putin's “brain.” Though this common claim is widely disputed. As a result of continued Iranian concessions, Washington appears closer to returning to the JCPOA. Iran even dropped its demands regarding closing the IAEA probe into the uranium particles at “undeclared sites.” The EU foreign policy chief described the Iranians' response to his proposal as “reasonable.” However, Republicans and Democrats in Congress are quickly ramping up their organized opposition to the deal, putting pressure on Joe Biden's administration. Tel Aviv is sending high officials to Washington in an attempt to stop the ongoing negotiations. Kyle covers how Iran is seeing tangible progress in its diplomacy with its neighbors, namely Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and now possibly even Saudi Arabia. Both Kuwait City and Abu Dhabi have returned their ambassadors to Tehran. The Iranians want to reengage in talks with Riyadh. They have said the regional climate is building optimism for normalization of ties with the Saudis. This week, the U.S. bombed Shi'ite groups in Syria, killing six to ten people. The Pentagon claimed the targets were connected to the IRGC and involved in a drone attack on a U.S. base earlier this month which killed nobody. Of course, the DOD presented no evidence to back up its claims. CENTCOM said Biden ordered the strike and did it in self-defense but the U.S. illegally occupies about a third of Syria where the troops' presence is strongly opposed. After the strike, a U.S. base in eastern Syria was hit with rockets and some troops were injured, the U.S. followed up with helicopter strikes. Iran has denied involvement with the group the U.S. targeted and condemned the strikes against Syria. Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 20% off our CBD

Conflicts of Interest
The Darya Dugina Assassination

Conflicts of Interest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:12


On COI #316, Kyle Anzalone and Connor Freeman cover the assassination of Darya Dugina, the latest JCPOA news, Tehran's improved diplomatic ties with Arab states, and the recent U.S. bombings in Syria. Connor discusses a car bombing outside Moscow that killed Russian journalist Darya Dugina, nationalist philosopher Alexander Dugin's daughter. Dugina was driving her father's SUV when it was engulfed in flames, it is believed they both were targeted for assassination. The Russian FSB had identified a suspect, a Ukrainian woman who was allegedly working for Kiev's intelligence services and is said to be a member of the Azov Battalion, the infamous neo-Nazi national guard unit. Though Kiev denies these claims and Moscow has not presented sufficient evidence to support its accusations. In the corporate press, Dugin is often painted as Vladimir Putin's “brain.” Though this common claim is widely disputed. As a result of continued Iranian concessions, Washington appears closer to returning to the JCPOA. Iran even dropped its demands regarding closing the IAEA probe into the uranium particles at “undeclared sites.” The EU foreign policy chief described the Iranians' response to his proposal as “reasonable.” However, Republicans and Democrats in Congress are quickly ramping up their organized opposition to the deal, putting pressure on Joe Biden's administration. Tel Aviv is sending high officials to Washington in an attempt to stop the ongoing negotiations. Kyle covers how Iran is seeing tangible progress in its diplomacy with its neighbors, namely Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and now possibly even Saudi Arabia. Both Kuwait City and Abu Dhabi have returned their ambassadors to Tehran. The Iranians want to reengage in talks with Riyadh. They have said the regional climate is building optimism for normalization of ties with the Saudis. This week, the U.S. bombed Shi'ite groups in Syria, killing six to ten people. The Pentagon claimed the targets were connected to the IRGC and involved in a drone attack on a U.S. base earlier this month which killed nobody. Of course, the DOD presented no evidence to back up its claims. CENTCOM said Biden ordered the strike and did it in self-defense but the U.S. illegally occupies about a third of Syria where the troops' presence is strongly opposed. After the strike, a U.S. base in eastern Syria was hit with rockets and some troops were injured, the U.S. followed up with helicopter strikes. Iran has denied involvement with the group the U.S. targeted and condemned the strikes against Syria.

The Mind Killer
Episode 64 - Important Celebrity Hair News!

The Mind Killer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 95:53


Wes, Eneasz, and David discuss the news from the last two weeks from a rationalist perspectiveSupport us on Substack!News discussed:IRA's corporate minimum tax is written to apply to 150 companies. If a corporation pays the AMT, a credit against future corporate regular tax is carried forward.Jakeup asserts “rich Americans subsidizing drug development for the rest of the world was maybe the most effective unintended altruism the US was doing”Salman Rushdie recovering from stabbing on stage by 24-year-old fanatic Liz Cheney loses R Primary in Wyoming. "will be launching an organization to educate the American people about the ongoing threat to our Republic, and to mobilize a unified effort to oppose any Donald Trump campaign for president." - PAC is “The Great Task”Fourth Circuit held that gender dysphoria is a disability under ADABiden about to transfer student loan debt to tax payers? (Update - Yup.)FL's Stop WOKE law suspended by appeals court. The judge says it's a clear violation of 1A, and also says that it's modeled on the Civil Rights ActEurope's largest nuclear power station came under shelling at the front lines in UkraineCar bombing in Moscow oblast, likely targeting Alexander Dugin, kills his daughter instead. Russian feds claim to have arrested the responsible party, a Ukrainian and a member of the Azov Battalion but the official story is… very sus. US to send $3 billion in aid to UkraineWestern states face deadline to cut water use from Colorado RiverCA agriculture, despite using 80 percent of the state's water, produces only about 2 percent of the state's GDP.Senior rights (first settlers) take priority. Called the "Prior Appropriation System.”This drought goes back to at least 2014, is the worst in over 1200 years, and has probably reached the point of being self-sustainingEDF cuts output at nuclear power plants as French rivers get too warmLow Rhine water level to hit output at two German coal plantsChina sees temps over 110 degreesLots of wildfiresWater levels are so low that power has been cut to factories for 6 days so farEx-Twitter exec Mudge Zatko leaks report revealing that Twitter has critical organizational vulnerabilities which mean a fairly simple attack which took all their data centers offline at once could unrecoverably destroy the entire platform.  New EA cause area?$300 million dollars for a stockpile of 30 HV transformers is far too expensive to prevent 90% of the public dying and the rest reduced to cannibalismHappy News!AZ now has universal education vouchers!It's no longer illegal to buy hearing aids! EA gets favorable cover story in Time magazine.Mice treated with altered stem cells were able to form new neurons, treating alzheimers and dementia.£30 million grant from the British Heart Foundation to develop a treatment to reprogram the genetics which cause muscular heart diseaseBioengineered Cornea Can Restore Sight6 High School Football Players Combine Their BRUTE STRENGTH to Rescue Injured Woman Trapped in a Wrecked CarGot something to say? Come chat with us on the Bayesian Conspiracy Discord or email us at themindkillerpodcast@gmail.com. Say something smart and we'll mention you on the next show!Follow us!RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/themindkillerGoogle: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Iqs7r7t6cdxw465zdulvwikhekmPocket Casts: https://pca.st/vvcmifu6 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-mind-killer Apple: Intro/outro music: On Sale by Golden Duck Orchestra This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit mindkiller.substack.com/subscribe

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
Kagro in the Morning - August 24, 2022

Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 116:19


Only one more shopping day until David Waldman's birthday! If you are pressed for time, don't worry. You have two more shopping days until mine. Greg Dworkin is here, ready to play “Mary, merry or marry?” and un-corral the herd of pundits he rounded up. Yesterday was a big primary night, and Democrats did good, especially Democrat Pat Ryan's special election win over Republican Marc Molinaro. That win recalibrated the punditry across the spectrum, pretty painfully over on the right. You win some, you lose some... Unfortunately, Democrat Jerry Nadler had to go against 30-year Democratic incumbent Carolyn Maloney, and someone had to go. Well, lunatic Laura Loomer is going to change all that. No matter how much she loses, she'll always be a winner in her wildly spinning eyes. With Maloney's absence, DC Delegate Elanor Holmes Norton is now in line to become the top Dem on Oversight. Florida Uber driver Maxwell Frost's new destination is the U.S. House of Representatives. Ron DeSantis chooses to cosplay because Republicans like cosplayers and hate drag queens. Following January 6, some of Donald Trump's cabinet were planning a 25th amendment themed going away party for him. Donald told Elaine Chao that he's rubber and she's glue. Trump wants everything he has stolen immediately returned to him, in case he wants to declassify any it, and to throw a Special Master or two into the bag to go.  A federal judge gives Trump till Friday to think stuff out, and perhaps reconsider his life choices. A jury decided fanatics really did plan to kidnap Gretchen Whitmer. Russians probably did not plan to blow up Alexander Dugin's daughter. Amish might not have planned to poison people, but Tucker Carlson plans to keep them doing so. Meanwhile, Democrats did plan for the new climate law to define greenhouse gasses as pollution.

The Lance Wallnau Show
Leviathan: the fourth branch of government

The Lance Wallnau Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 19:09


Is the CIA behind the Alexander Dugin car bombing in Russia? Did they just try to start a war with Russia? And… meet Steve Bannon as he crashes my show. He gives a powerful analysis of what the battle is in America.

Radical Lifestyle
Volodia and Ruslana (Separated By War)

Radical Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 48:58


Ruslana recounts her heart-wrenching journey of coping with being separated from her family due to the Russia-Ukraine war.Volodia also gives his thoughts on the reported assassination of Darya Dugina, the daughter of Alexander Dugin, a close ally of Putin, and shares an urgent need for prayer.- Donate through our 501(c)(3) here: www.G2gMandate.org/Donate(Select Crisis Response)- info@G2gMandate.orgYouTube Version: www.youtube.com/RadicalLifestyle- Radical Lifestyle Instagram Click Here- Telegram channel and discussion: Click HereYou can also follow Andrew and Daphne on their social media platforms:Andrew Kirk: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | ParlerDaphne Kirk: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | ParlerTo support the channel: Click Here- UK only Donations here: Click Here

The Muckrake Political Podcast
Ron DeSantis Makes The Woke Go To Sleep

The Muckrake Political Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 54:26


Co-hosts Jared Yates Sexton and Nick Hauselman discuss the tragic car bombing of Alexander Dugin's daughter in Moscow before diving into how the governor of Florida got the national news media to talk about him so much. Support The Muckrake Podcast at http://www.patreon.com/muckrakepodcast  

Post Reports
How a car bomb in Moscow became a flash point in Ukraine

Post Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 21:14


On today's “Post Reports,” how a car bombing in Moscow has become a flash point in the war in Ukraine, and what it could signal is coming next. Read more:On Saturday, Daria Dugina, the daughter of a far-right Russian nationalist, died in a car bombing in a Moscow suburb. Russia's domestic security agency, the FSB, accused Ukraine of organizing the attack, which many think was intended for Dugina's father, Alexander Dugin. Ukraine denied any involvement. The killing has already created a new flash point, as Putin's ally calls for “more than revenge” for his daughter's killing and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warns of a possible escalation in Russian attacks ahead of Ukraine's independence day. Reporter Mary Ilyushina explains what this bombing could mean for the future of the war in Ukraine.

Today, Explained
Putin's war comes to Russia

Today, Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 27:06


A car bomb killed Russian commentator Darya Dugina over the weekend. The bomb may have been meant for her father, the far-right, pro-Putin, pro-war philosopher Alexander Dugin. The Guardian's Andrew Roth explains. This episode was produced by Avishay Artsy, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, engineered by Paul Robert Mounsey, and edited and hosted by Noel King. Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained  Support Today, Explained by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

ThePrint
Cut The Clutter: Who's Darya Dugina assassinated in Moscow & why it takes war to Russia's heart, & ‘Putin's Brain' Aleksandr Dugin

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 16:14


With the daughter of Russian philosopher Aleksandr Dugin also known as  'Putin's brain'  Darya Dugin was killed in a car explosion in Moscow on Friday evening,  In Episode 1061 of Cut The Clutter, Shekhar Gupta looks at the suspicious assassination of Darya Dugin, Alexander Dugin's philosophy of 'Novorossiya' & was the assassination's suppossed target Alexander Dugin? 

Ukrainecast
‘Putin's Rasputin'

Ukrainecast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 29:22


Russia has opened a murder investigation after a journalist, Darya Dugina, died in a suspected car bombing not far from Moscow. Was she the target? Or was it her father, the ultra-nationalist philosopher Alexander Dugin? Victoria, Vitaly and Gabriel Gatehouse, who interviewed Alexander after the annexation of Crimea, profile the man said to be said to be one of Putin's inspirations. They also talk about who might be behind the murder and what consequences there might be in Ukraine, where Independence Day celebrations planned for Wednesday have already been curtailed.   And we hear from Brian Ennis, the father of Adam Ennis. Adam is a mechanic from Scotland. But, without first telling his parents, he's now fighting on the frontline in Ukraine.   This episode of Ukrainecast was made by Daniel Wittenberg with Ivana Davidovic, Arsenii Sokolov and Louise Hidalgo. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall. With thanks to Sky Sports.   Email Ukrainecast@bbc.co.uk with your questions and comments. You can also send us a message or voice note via WhatsApp, Signal or Telegram to +44 330 1239480.

Global News Podcast
Daughter of Putin ally killed in Moscow blast

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 29:29


Darya Dugina died in a car bombing that may have targeted her father, Alexander Dugin. Also: Singapore ends its ban on sex between men, and the possible evidence of a lost Welsh kingdom.

The Economist Morning Briefing
Daughter of Putin ally killed by car bomb; Singapore to repeal gay-sex law, and more

The Economist Morning Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 3:36


The daughter of Alexander Dugin, a nationalist ideologue who has been described as “[Vladimir] Putin's brain”, was killed outside Moscow by a car bomb Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Glenn Beck Program
The Spark of World War III? ‘Putin's Brain' Dodges Car Explosion | Guests: John Solomon & Rebekah Koffler | 8/22/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 126:53


Glenn and Stu discuss Alexander Dugin and his fourth political theory regarding chaos, as Dugin's daughter died in a car bomb explosion. Pat Gray joins Glenn and Stu to mock a New York Times article suggesting it's time to get rid of the Constitution. Author of “Fallout” John Solomon joins to discuss the possible connection between the FBI raid at Mar-A-Lago and the old Russia collusion probe. A San Francisco father was investigated after a Google automated algorithm flagged photos of his child as child pornography. U.S. intelligence expert Rebekah Koffler joins to unpack what the attempted assassination of Alexander Dugin means for Russia. Glenn urges his listeners to pray for President Biden and his administration as tensions heat up overseas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Glenn Beck Program
Best of the Program | Guests: John Solomon & Rebekah Koffler | 8/22/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 41:17


Glenn and Stu discuss Alexander Dugin and his fourth political theory regarding chaos, as Dugin's daughter died in a car bomb explosion. Author of “Fallout” John Solomon joins to discuss the possible connection between the FBI raid at Mar-A-Lago and the old Russia collusion probe. U.S. intelligence expert Rebekah Koffler joins to unpack what the attempted assassination of Alexander Dugin means for Russia.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The REAL David Knight Show
INTERVIEW: Alexander Dugin - Dangerous Ideas to Whom?

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 51:36


Alexander Dugin, a target for assassination that instead killed his daughter Darya, has a philosophy that's very influential in Russian military and reportedly with Putin. In this interview he explains how he sees globalism and America, and why he sees us in an existential fight

The David Knight Show
INTERVIEW: Alexander Dugin - Dangerous Ideas to Whom?

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 51:36


Alexander Dugin, a target for assassination that instead killed his daughter Darya, has a philosophy that's very influential in Russian military and reportedly with Putin. In this interview he explains how he sees globalism and America, and why he sees us in an existential fight

Amanpour
Special Report: A killing in Moscow

Amanpour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 49:11


Russia claims it knows who killed Darya Dugina, the daughter of far-right ultranationalist Alexander Dugin, an influential ally of Vladimir Putin. Dugina was killed by a car bomb outside Moscow Saturday night, with the Dugins' security service telling Russian state media that Ukraine is responsible for her death. Ukraine has denied any involvement in the explosion. Correspondent Fred Pleitgen takes a closer look at the incident and who the Dugins are. Also providing insight and perspective on the bombing are Masha Gessen, a staff writer for the New Yorker, and Ekaterina Kotrikadze, anchor and news director at TV Rain, Russia's only independent news channel.  Also on today's show: Anya Kamenetz, author of The Stolen Year: How Covid Changed Children's Lives, and Where We Go Now; Erich Schwartzel, author of Red Carpet: Hollywood, China, and the Global Battle for Cultural Supremacy.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 22-241 - The 3 Prongs

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 38:41


Turley Talks
Ep. 1109 Western Media JUSTIFIES Alexander Dugin Car Bombing!!!

Turley Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 12:47


Highlights:     “If one were to mere peruse the headlines that the leftwing activists disguised as journalists wrote, you come away thinking that Dugin was in point of fact the architect of the Ukrainian conflict.” “This notion of being Dugin being Putin's Brain or the spiritual godfather of Russian geopolitics is the concoction, the fabrication, of the Western media. For example, in every single one of the articles that you'll read on Dugin's influence on Putin, you'll see plenty of images of Dugin, you'll see an image or two of Putin, but you'll never see an image that depicts them together in the same room, and that's because I don't believe Dugin has ever met Putin, which makes you wonder: is there ANYTHING true about the Western media's coverage of Russia?” “Putin has an 80% approval rating not because he's listening to Dugin, but because he's tapping into civilizational dynamics, particularly Russian and Eurasian cultural and political dynamics that are happening completely irrespective of any one man's influence.” Timestamps:       [01:07] The bombing of Alexander Dugin's car killing her daughter [03:42] How the western media is reporting on the incident [06:02] Why the western media is wrong and what is behind their behavior toward Dugin [10:36] What are the ramifications of all of this Resources:  Learn how to invest in the parallel economy with Commercial Academy LIVE! Use code PATRIOT22 for $150 savings at registration as a new attendee: https://learn.commercialacademy.com/commercial-academy-live-new-jersey Get your own MyPillow here. Enter my code TURLEY at checkout to get a DISCOUNT: https://www.mypillow.com/turley Jordan Peterson Leaves Joe Rogan SPEECHLESS On The Bible!!! See how much your small business can get back from Big Gov (up to $26k per employee!) at https://ercspecialists.com/initial-survey?fpr=turley Get 25% off Patriotic Coffee with Code TURLEY at https://mystore.com/turley Join Dr. Steve's Exclusive Membership in the Insiders Club and watch content he can't discuss on YouTube during his weekly Monday night show!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcome Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/ It's time to CHANGE AMERICA and Here's YOUR OPPORTUNITY To Do Just That! https://change.turleytalks.com/ Fight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.  

Thema des Tages
Ukraine-Update: Wer steckt hinter dem Attentat auf Darja Dugina?

Thema des Tages

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 34:01


Die rechtsnationale russische Journalistin Darja Dugina wurde am Samstag in Moskau durch eine Autobombe getötet. Ihr Vater Alexander Dugin gilt als "Einflüsterer Putins" und Befürworter des Angriffskriegs gegen die Ukraine. Galt das Attentat eigentlich ihm? Wer steckt dahinter, und wem nützt dieser Angriff? Thomas Fritz Maier aus der STANDARD-Außenpolitik spricht darüber, ob der Anschlag gegen Darja Dugina als Akt gegen den Kreml gesehen werden kann. Wir fragen nach, ob die Ukraine vom Verteidigungs- in den Angriffsmodus gewechselt hat und ob sich der Krieg jetzt auf russische Gebiete ausweitet. Und Eric Frey vom STANDARD wirft einen Blick darauf, wie sich die Krise auf Österreich auswirkt: nämlich ob angesichts von Teuerung und der kommenden Heizperiode die europäischen Sanktionen gegen Russland halten werden. **Hat Ihnen dieser Podcast gefallen?** Mit einem STANDARD-Abonnement können Sie unsere Arbeit unterstützen und mithelfen, Journalismus mit Haltung auch in Zukunft sicherzustellen. Alle Infos und Angebote gibt es hier: [abo.derstandard.at](https://abo.derstandard.at/?ref=Podcast&utm_source=derstandard&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcast&utm_content=podcast)

Newshour
Russia blames Ukraine's intelligence agency for the death of Daria Dugina

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 48:45


The daughter of prominent Russian ultra-nationalist, Alexander Dugin, was killed by a car bomb. Ukrainian officials have denied any involvement in the explosion. Also on the programme, Shanghai's iconic skyline, known as the Bund, goes dark as drought hits power supplies. And Anthony Fauci, who led the US response to the Covid pandemic, has announced that he is to step down in December after five decades in government. (Picture: Daria Dugina Credit: Reuters)

Dubious
Mini Dubisode: The Car Bomb Assassination of Darya Dugina - Who Ordered The Hit?

Dubious

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 22:15


After the Toyota Land Cruiser Daria Dugina was driving exploded on a road 20 miles west of Moscow and burst into flames, Russia has opened a murder investigation into her assassination.According to TASS, When Dugina "turned onto the Mozhaiskoye road near the village of Bolshiye Vyazemi, there was an explosion, the car caught fire immediately. Forensic experts, investigators and experts in explosive engineering are inspecting the scene and they have found or concluded that approximately 400 grams of TNT were used to cause the explosion. If you like our content please become a patron to get our premium episodes and our public episodes ad-free. 1 Daria's father is Alexander Dugin, a right wing extremist and ultranationalist, is the figure who “inspired” and advised Putin to invade Ukraine. He helped lay the ideological foundation for Putin's invasion of Ukraine and is referred to as “Putin's brain” or “the architect of the Ukraine invasion”. He allegedly is Putin's spiritual advisor, based on his roots in the orthodox church. 2 Darya Dugina's father invented the concept of Eurasianism – a new flavor of fascism. He is to Putin what Steve Bannon / Alex Jones is to Trump. In March 2022, the US Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctioned Daria Dugina for her contribution to an article on the United World International website suggesting that Ukraine would "perish" if it is admitted to NATO. Dugina was UWI's chief editor. She also claimed that the atrocities of Bucha were American propaganda, chosen because of the phonological similarity to "butcher," a word she linked to US President Biden calling Putin a "butcher" earlier in March. 3 We are considering three theories regarding who's behind the assassination of Darya Dugina, based on one simple question: who stands to gain from her death? Ukraine did it – we explain why that is not the case, in fact this is the last thing Ukraine would do An inside Russian opposition faction did it to destabilize Putin's regime and cause unrest – this theory doesn't hold water either in our opinion. Putin's FSB did it, on his orders as he did with the Moscow apartment bombings, the Moscow theater hostage crisis, Litvinenko, Boris Nemtsov and Anna Politkovskaya. What would Putin stand to gain? Re-energizing popular support for his continued invasion of Ukraine A pretext to escalate tragedies in Ukraine A pretext to justify those war crimes and attacks, as being payback or a response to this assassination – to his people and to the western leaders, United Nations etc Creating a martyr, a new symbol to galvanize the troops An opportunity for him to make some strong worded statements, to come out as a powerful, strong leader who has to double down on killing Ukrainians to keep his own people safe Lastly, a great opportunity to use the grieving father, Aleksandr Dugin, the architect of the war in Ukraine, as a megaphone for his propaganda serving his political goals. Episode #DubiMeter 9.5 1. Russia Opens Murder Investigation After Blast Kills Daughter of Putin Ally. New York Times. August 2022. ⇤2. Mohammed Tawfeeq, Josh Pennington, Jonny Hallam and Tara John. Car bomb kills daughter of 'spiritual guide' to Putin's Ukraine invasion. CNN. August 2022. ⇤3. Annabelle Timsit and Rachel Pannett. A Putin ally's daughter was killed near Russia's capital. Washington Post. August 2022. ⇤

Red Pill Revolution
Andrew Tate Gets Banned, Human Cloning & Ukraine War Crimes

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 76:05


In this week's episode, we discuss the controversial figure Andrew Tate getting banned by Meta from Facebook and Instagram. We also discuss a new biotech company that wants to clone human embryos for organs... creepy. We also discuss the recent accusation by Russia of alleged war crimes by Ukraine.    Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website: https://redpillrevolution.co    ----more----   Full Transcription    Welcome to the revolution. Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and as always, thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate it. From the bottom of my heart, we have some wild things to discuss some happenings in the metaverse some things that have gone on with recent bands. So let's jump into it today. We are going to talk about mark Zuckerberg, unveiling his new. Allegedly boyish metaverse avatar after getting mocked for his creepy dead eye original version. So we will discuss that. We've also discussed a little bit about what the hell the metaverse is, and even if you wanna ever take part in it for any reason, we're also going to talk about a biotech company that wants to take human DNA and basically just create artificial embryos that could be used to harvest organs for medical transplants, which sounds a. It sounds pretty creepy, but when you actually think about what that means, it's extremely creepy and, uh, definitely some sort of human rights violation. And if it's not, it should be, but we will discuss that. We'll also discuss some recent allegations by Russia saying that Ukraine has been using chemical terrorism on its soldiers, as well as a recent, I guess, assassination that happened on the daughter of a Russian intelligence officer, uh, which seems a little bit. A little bit like a war crime to me. So we'll discuss that. We'll also talk about maybe we'll we might have this little bonus article here. We'll see if we get to it, but we got some, some decent things to discuss here. So if we do get to it, we'll talk about a dad who took photos of his toddler. You know, basically like every person who takes photos of their toddler ever. Um, but actually for this one was to send it to a doctor. And Google flagged him as a criminal, like basically for pedophilia distribution in some way, when his doctor asked him for the photo. So we may get to that and discuss it. We are also the main topic for today. Some videos that I have up today are to discuss Andrew Tate. And if you don't know who Andrew Tate is, he's quite the character. And, uh, he's. Influencer, whatever the hell that means today, but he's kind of a Dick  and kind of might be, uh, a little bit of an understatement, but he was recently banned by Instagram and Facebook. So we will discuss why. And if I agree with the decision. So, I guess you'll have to stick around for that. Now. That is what we're gonna discuss today. It's going to be a great conversation, so stick around. But the first thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button, leave a five star review. It would mean the world to me, if you did. So it's the only way that we can get put up in the ranking. So I appreciate you and love you for listening. Go ahead and hit that subscribe button. If it's your first time here, I appreciate it more than, you know, and if you don't know. And you probably do. It's a good way to get some good karma, leave a five star review. Tell me what you liked about the podcast. Tell me what you hate about Andrew Tate or love about him. I don't know whatever your opinion is.  I don't know, say something on there and leave a five star review. It would mean a lot. Then next thing I needed to do is head over to red pill, revolution dot. See, you can sign up for the subst stack. You'll get all of the articles, all of the videos from today's episode directly in your email, along with the audio podcast, the video podcast, some awesome stuff that I'm building over there directly on the website, where you can get basically all of the content. So head over there right now, and that's all I got for you. So without further ado, let's jump into it. Episode 40 of the red pill revolution podcast. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, red pill revolution started out with me realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a. Religion politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood, medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is. That curtain and I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right. Welcome to episode 40 of the red pill revolution podcast. And the very first topic that we are going to discuss today is going to be mark Zuckerberg, coming out with a new avatar for his metaverse, uh, deal he's got going on there. So it says mark Zuckerberg, um, reveals new boyish metaverse avatar after getting mocked for a creepy dead. Original version.  so well, let's look at this article if you'll be able to see this, uh, if you're watching the video, if not, just look up mark Zuckerberg, metaverse avatar, and you'll see why everybody's going crazy about this because it is quite creepy. Right? I think the idea for people in the metaverse is already kind of a, a weird, uh, idea for them to jump into a. Virtual reality type of world and interact with other people. And it seems to be even creepier when you're doing it with basically me or we characters , everybody's walking around looking like the original we characters you think by now, 20, 22, 10 years after the, we came out that they probably would've improved avatars in some way, shape or form. But I don't know. It seems like Facebook just kind of ripped them off of Nintendo, but from the looks of this picture, The original one's a little bit more, uh, a little bit more 2d. The, the next one's a little bit more 3d, which I don't know how you, you know, they didn't change the whole graphics of the metaverse to do this, but it goes on to say that, uh, mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meda UN revealed of new boyish metaverse avatar on Friday after a creepy DEI version, he posted Monday was roundly. Roundly not round deadly Zuckerberg also on Friday, promised a major graphics update for horizon worlds, meta versus platform, which has been criticized for its budget. Feel on which I guess is what I was just talking about with the, we hold deal on Monday, Zuckerberg shared on his Facebook profile that horizon worlds had launched in France and Spain and posted an image of the Zuckerberg avatar standing in front of the Eiffel. Social media users were quick to de ride the image with some likening it to the graphics of 1990s video games like Zelda and quake in 2007 second life. Now that's an interesting conversation because if you don't know what second life is, second life was a. Some type of like role playing game, you could have played, I don't know, 15 to 20 years ago. Like really like when the internet first started, second life was a, a very commonly used, you know, like third world. I remember my, my father actually talking to me about it and saying how people would like buy houses and buy land in second life. And they would go to a job and they would like do all this crazy stuff. And it sounded almost exactly like. Mark. Zuckerberg's trying to recreate here just with, and with the same exact graphics you think they would do a little bit better job at it, but if you don't know what second life is, go look it up. I guess it has a very, uh, dedicated community of furries over the years. who would meet up there. But, um, it, it is quite wild to me that there's been literally there. There's no difference between the metaverse and what second life was. And so it's like a weird, you know, the idea of like getting, putting a headset on and using, you know, web three type, uh, you know, uh, cryptocurrencies to buy stuff and, uh, NFTs in your home that you can show, like, I guess there's that element to it, but it's nothing new. This has been out for a while. Second life has been around for a very long time, you know? And, and the only difference that they seem to have at all is just. It seems to be more expensive and requires a barrier to entry with a virtual reality headset. So I would say looking at this picture of mark Zuckerberg, the only thing more creepy than mark Zuckerberg's original or second avatar, right? This weird boyish avatar. The only thing creepier than mark Zuckerberg's avatar is. Mark Zuckerberg  if you go back and watch him in front of like the Senate or Congress and you see him sipping, you know, his, his water sipping stuff that he was so famous for, you know, is, is so interesting to see this robot sit in front and answer questions. Exactly. Like a robot would. And so mark Zuckerberg's creepy little avatar here is pushing me no closer to jumping on the metaverse. Now what I would say is that AR VR is absolutely going to come into your life. It's absolutely going to become in, uh, a big facet of business. They're going to find a use for it. You see all of these huge companies like Google, like apple, like Facebook, meta, whatever the hell you want to call it, they're all getting in on this for a reason. And this, the reason is not for today. The reason is for, I don't know, five or 10 years from now. If you remember in. Think back to like Google glass, right? The glasses that you would wear, Google glass was mocked ridiculously for a while, but it looked a lot better than these virtual reality sets. So, so think of like, if you're putting on Google glass and you're walking through your normal day to day, the idea's gonna be that your phone's gonna go away. It's gonna integrate into your glasses. Eventually turn into contacts and eventually be an implant in the back of your head. But the idea is gonna be that it's not gonna be these huge Oculus glasses that you're wearing on your head. The idea is it's gonna be first, something like the Google.  hopefully just not as weird, you know, sci-fi looking, but the Google glass was mocked for, by a ton of people. There was a super long beta program, which like took all the hype away from it. But imagine the Oculus turning into Google glass and then imagine going about your day and doing everything that you would normally do on your phone, where you have to look down your neck, stretches out six different ways and you wake up with a only being able to. To the right instead of the left,  all of that will go away is my guess. All of that's gonna what's gonna happen is it's gonna turn into glasses that you're gonna be able to, that augmented reality is gonna be going about your every day shooting video from it, taking pictures with it. Eventually it'll become integrated into your body somehow. So you don't even have to wear glasses, but I probably would rather. Have glasses, honestly, myself and then the gaming aspects of it. Cool. But there, there's a lot of really interesting business cases that are coming about, and I'm finding this out in my business life, but I really do think that it's gonna become a part of something. Now, I don't think that the virtual reality, we universe that they're creating here is going to be the answer. I think it's more so a test pilot for them to, you know, utilize these things and try new things to see how people like it. I don't know, weird, weird stuff, but that's where we're going a hundred percent. That is where we're going. Augmented reality. VR is gonna be very much so integrated in the people's everyday lives. Probably more than a lot of people would like, but eventually you'll do it because the inconvenience of not doing it will be outweighed by the convenience of doing it. And. What will be a positive thing that comes out of that is we'll be able to get rid of our phones. Right? You'll actually seem like you're interacting with people. You'll look up a little bit more. There probably won't be as many people with scoliosis in the world. So the chiropractors of the world might go away.  a lot of positive things that could come out of this, but one of the negative things is we have to see mark Zuckerberg's creepy little, we face. And, and, uh, even though he updated, it looks just as bad. So anyways, just wanted to throw that out there. I thought that was hilarious that  his, we character, his metaverse avatar is basically just as, almost as creepy as he is in real life. All right. So the next thing that we're gonna discuss here is going to be a little bit more, you know, I guess to me, a little bit more creepy, what they're gonna be doing is says, and this is comes from the business insider.com and it comes from an Israeli company that is going to, it's a biotech company that wants to take human DNA and create artificial embryos to basically take for human organ harvest. You heard that right in true Jurassic park fashion, they want to make cloned humans to do organ harvesting off of what a super. Freaky weird future dystopia. Do we live in where this becomes an acceptable headline, even without a bunch of people going off on how wrong this is, right. I'm pretty sure this would be not allowed legally in a lot of different countries. Um, but let's go ahead and read this, read this article, and then we'll talk about it. This says a biotech company based in Israel wants to replicate a recent experiment that successfully created an artificial mouse embryo from stem cells. Only this time with human. So scientists at wet them's molecular genetics department grew synthetic mouse embryos in the jar without the use of sperm, eggs, or a womb. According to a newspaper published in the journal cell on August 1st, it was the first time the process had been successfully completed insiders Maryanne GU not reported. The, the replica embryos could not develop into fully formed mice and were therefore not. Not real. What does that even mean? Jacob. Hannah, who led the experiment? What does real mean? Real means tangible, right? Maybe they're not complet. Sentient like you and I, or a regular mouse or a regular person. But that doesn't mean they're not real. They don't, they're not mark. Zuckerberg's meta avatar.  like, no, they're real. However, scientists, it says observed the synthetic embryos, having a beating heart blood circulation, the start of a brain, a neural tube, and an intestinal trick. Hannah told MIT technology review after the success of the mouse review or the mouse experiment, he is working to replicate the results with human cells, including his own. The embryo is the best organ making machine and the best 3d bio printer. We tried to emulate what it does. Hannah said in this statement, other experts say that will take significantly more research before synthetic human embryos are within reach renewal BioD is real based company founded by. Hannah wants to use this science for organ tissue transplants that could solve infertility genetic diseases and issues related to old age. For example, the MIT technology review reported that blood cells from the embryo could potentially be used to help boost immunocompromised systems. Renewal bio believes that some of the world's most pressing problems are declining birth rates and fast aging populations to solve these complex and compounding issues. Neuro bio aims to make humanity younger and healthier by leveraging the power of the new stem cell technology. Wow. Okay. In short, what they're doing is they're creating half. So it says, handle told the MIT technology review that he could potentially get around these ethical concerns. So actually let's read the next couple paragraphs, cuz it talks about that. It says to solve these complex issues, we just talked about it O a mirror. My of DRI the acting CEO of renew bio told MIT technology review that the company did not want to overpromise or scare people with the potential technology, but that Hannah's experiment was amazing. The use of human embryo clones for research has been frequently raised ethical research or concerns within the scientific community, including the potential that synthetic embryos may experience pain or sentient, according to a 2017 paper published in the journal of E. Hand has told MIT technology review that he could potentially get around these ethical concerns by creating synthetic human embryos with no heart, no lungs or no brain. Wow. You, that is a literal, super villain. They're cloning people to harvest their organs in, in a test tube. Like what, how in the world is this? A UN violation. I'm sure it is right. I'm sure you're gonna have to go to a, uh, Biolab in Ukraine that doesn't exist to have this type of thing done, you know, like the other 17 that still according to the United States doesn't exist.  so, um, so yeah, they, they're definitely gonna have to skirt some, some legality rules. Now this is something that China's been doing for a while is, is some type of like, if you've ever heard of the word Kymera, Kymera is, are a real thing. So if you think back to like, there's like a lot of like, Like not, not biblical, but like hieroglyphics ideas. Think of like the man. Uh, the centar right. A centar is a Chimera in the way, because it's a human mixed with a horse in a, a Chimera is something that they've been doing in China for decades. They've been literally taking animals, cloning them and mixing their DNAs so that they're not considered something that falls under the laws that we have created because we never created laws with the intention for China to recreate. Animal DNA creatures. And so they've been using these creatures and mixing them with things like pigs in humans, so that they can do these types of, or organ harvesting, which I'm finding out recently. And you'll find this out in the next episode, where I do an interview with a guy who, who discusses this type of thing, where they do these live organ harvestings in China, on certain communities, which is gonna be an awesome. Um, not awesome is probably not the right term, but a very intriguing and deep and highly concerning episode is probably much more accurate than interesting or any other words that I used for that. But this, this seems to be a direction that humanities going, that a lot of people ethically are not even aware of. They're not aware of this. This article was like pretty buried on Reddit that I found that, um, and it was just released nine hours ago. So maybe that's why, but it's, it's not a very talked about issue that there's literally animal human bags of meat out there that they're taking organs from in China, trying to recreate. If you don't believe me, there's scientific articles where they're talking about this thing, and this is not, this is not new. This is not conspiracy theories, nothing. This is legitimate science. I don't know if you consider that legitimate, but, you know, God making of, of scientists by creating their own animals. I mean, there was a quote that was pulled from Jurassic park about, you know, doing something before it's read. Like I saw it from this post about this. Let's see if I can find it. Cuz I think it was a pretty well relatable quote to what's actually happening here. It talks, you know, if you know the idea. Um, you know, Jurassic park, which I'm sure most of you  understand. Um, it, it's the idea that we're doing something that we don't know what we're doing. Right? We have no idea what the implications of these actions are going to be. We have no idea what's actually gonna come of this. We have no idea what type of sentience these things have. We have no idea what we are doing yet. We are doing it anyways. And nobody's talking about like, this literally has 200, 322 comments on it and it's buried.  and we're cloning humans, right? Like it's, this is, this is not, this, this should not be a small deal. Um, so let's read what it says here. It says that the, uh, let's see if I can find this Jurassic park. Now, the interesting thing that Reddis been doing is they've changed it from top comments to best comments, which who decides what's best they do. So they can go in there and curate it, however you like. And you have to go in there and specifically choose to go to top comments instead of best comments. But let's see if I can even find this. And if not, I'll, I'll kind of give you a synopsis of what was said here, but it looks like they've buried a lot of this. Of the actual comments here. So maybe I won't be able to find it, but I'm sure it's readily available for you to look up a quote from Jurassic park where they're talking about this. But the whole idea is that we're doing something that we don't understand where we're putting ourselves as a position of humanity. We are, our scientists are acting as if they are gods, right? They are messing with human DNA and mandating you to do it. Or else you don't get your job. They are creating human clones that they're taking lungs hearts and. Brains away from so that they've not legally considered humans. We, this is the most sickening, disgusting thing that's going on in the, like, probably not the most, but pretty damn up there. And nobody's talking about it, right? We, we are. So, and that's the problem with the internet is that we are so overloaded with so much information. You can go on Reddit and. 500 posts that are more lighting up to the brain of the average individual and then buried in there somewhere as this article. And it never sees the light a day. And even to the point, I should have a whole damn episode on this and we're gonna be talking about some random social media influencer getting banned, right? And now he's not random. He's like one of the most, you know, controversial top people of right now. But nowhere near the amount of attention and energy should be drawn to that is just drawn to this right. We're gonna be talking about that for probably even further, because I didn't do enough research on that. This is wild. This is crazy. I just saw, like I said, this article came out nine, nine hours ago, but it's absolutely something that we should be talking about and something that we should be highly highly concerned with. Uh, but anyways, um, let's just read this small portion and we'll, it says, I mean, I guess we've read a little bit more of it than we, we needed to, this is crazy. This is wild. There should be outcry everywhere in the world about this and nobody is talking about it. So maybe we should, you.  bring it up. Maybe I'll I'll, I'll do a whole episode deep dive into it. And, and, and I think it'd be fair because the Chimera conversation is absolutely one that you should know about too, in, in the, you know, atrocities that are happening in these deep, dark biomedical labs with these villain, like super villain scientists out there creating monsters that we don't even know what we're. And at the same time, they're creating AI. And at the same, like literally every Jurassic park would be the least of my concerns compared to the AI super robots that we're creating that are gonna be doing your chores. According to Elon Musk and the Kymera slash cloning of humans for organ harvesting. If they created dinosaurs and put 'em in a zoo, that's pretty damn cool. This. This is not the thing.  like, let's, let's go back to Jurassic part times because I'd much rather have that than I think have this, uh, anyways. So the next topic that we're gonna discuss here is going to be the Russia Ukraine situation. We haven't had a, a really big, um, we haven't had a really big update on this recently, and it seems like you almost have to find this information yourself, right? If you're, you know, how many people on, on your road have a damn Ukraine flag on their porch. It's so crazy. But you really aren't hearing much about it. And, and this might be why there's some weird, uh, black hat, war tactics going on here between Russia and Ukraine and a good amount of it from the headlines and the headlines. Only the headlines that we're seeing that are curated for us on the American, uh, you know, internets just like China had their own 10 years ago. We now have our own, you know, access to information cuz you can't even find the, um, what is it RT? Russia, uh, news outlets talking about these things. You have to go to Reddit and only get spooned. What they're telling you that they want you to, to, to hear through the censorship of our social media channels. So now this comes from, um, in a butcher this, but it's like a foreign news company. I'll just zero a L J a Z E E R a. And it says that Russia accuses Ukraine of chemical terrorism using tox. So that Russia is accusing Ukraine of poisoning their soldiers, which would be against the Geneva convention. It says Kiev dismisses the allegations of poisoning, Russian soldiers with BTO lium, toxin, and says that invading troops likely eight expired canned foods. Yeah. Okay.  we think you're poisoning our soldiers. Nah, they probably got some bad chili from Kroger.  uh, it says that Russian's defense minister accused Ukraine of poisoning. Some of its soldiers in the Russia controlled part of Ukraine, Southern Eastern region of Zappia in late July. An advice to Ukraine's interior ministry said that on Saturday in response to the alleged poisoning could have been caused by Russian forces. Eating expired. Canned. A number of Russian soldiers were taken to a military hospital with signs of severe poisoning on July 31st test showed a toxic SU substance Butlin bow bot toum B O T U L I N U M bot toum toxin type B in their bodies. The Russian defense ministry said on, on the fact of chemical terrorism sanctioned by the Zelensky regime, Russia's preparing, supporting evidence with the results of all the a. Said the ministry in a statement, it did not say how many soldiers suffered poisoning or what their condition was now, or elaborate on what the supporting evidence was involved. Butum toxin type B is a neurotoxin that cause that can cause bot bot, gosh, this word, stupid botulism.  when ingested and is previously contaminated food product, but it can also have medical uses. Russia's defense ministry said that his findings will be given to the organization for prohibited of chemical. Or op C w evidence of chemical terrorism by the Keine was soon be formally forwarded to the op C w through the permanent mission of Russia. It. Um, it goes on to talk about the Russian expired me an additional investigation was also being conducted by the possible poisoning of the head of the provisional administration of Kirsten region. Uh, with alleged chemical warfare agents, it added Sodo was a former mayor of the city of Kirsten and was appointed to head of the region of the same name when Russian troops overran it early in March. Uh, the par does not clarify whether the poisoning could have been caused by expired can't. Which is often found. So he had the same poisoning. So they're using this consistently or allegedly not using it. Um, but there's some really bad spam in Ukraine, according to this article, because they seem to be writing it off pretty easily as food. Um, now. The next one is so, so that's the, the intro to this right over the last week. That's in the last several days, we saw an article now about the potential of Ukraine poisoning, Russian soldiers. Okay. Now what we're seeing is a article that says that the car bomb kills the daughter. Of spiritual guide to Putin's Ukrainian invasion. Now this is a different headline than CNN originally had, which was Daria Dugina killed car killed in the car explosion. And it was a Russian intelligence officer. So, so it basically was I, I can go find the exact heading of it. Um, but basically they changed the title of it to make it sound like some, like this guy was the entire reason for the war happening in the first place. Absolutely not the case, right. At least from my understanding it, I don't think anybody can answer that question, honestly, actually, I don't know. And either is this CNN, but the original title of that article was daughter of Russian of Russian who was inspirational force behind Putin's invasion of Ukraine killed in a car explosion. You know, what they don't use in that title is the word civilian. It's not the intelligence officer who. Killed in a car bomb. It's not a Russian soldier. It it's the daughter of an intelligence officer. So you're literally going off after family members going after family members of, of intelligence. That's a civilian that's again, a violation of the Geneva convention is killing civilians. This is a violation of the Geneva convent. No matter what you do, nobody gets, unless you're the mafia, you shouldn't be going after people's family. And even then it's wrong, obviously. But in this case, if, if you're trying to curate world support from the United States citizens, the way to get to their hearts is not by bombing random people's children. Right. And we're literally funding this entire war. Right. But let's go ahead and we'll, we'll watch this. I don't know if it's, uh, I think it's a part of the actual, uh, video. It says warning, this contains graphic information. So we'll watch it. We'll see if it says anything, if it's just the explosion, uh, which it looks like it is. So let's see, I'll turn this down for you guys. So it's basically just showing the aftermath of a car, uh, all down the road, a bunch of pieces of the car, everywhere. Daughter of an influential and prominent supporter of Vladimir Putin was killed yesterday. When her car exploded in a town near Moss.  that is according to Russian state media, which also says it is likely an explosive device was planted in the car. Daria dinos was driving. Wow. And if that's her, she's, uh, probably in her very early thirties, late twenties, um, pretty blonde woman. Um, and now she's become the, the. Uh, become the victim of a bombing by obvious you Lee Ukrainian forces. So this says that Russian authorities said, uh, Sunday, that they had opened a murder investigation after the daughter of influential ultranationalist philosopher, Alexander Dugin was killed by a car bomb on the outskirts of Moscow. So he's not even an intelligence officer. He's a Phil philosopher and they use the word ultra nationalist, right. Ultra omega, right. All. The ultra extremes of the world to justify the killing of random civilians. And this is coming from CNN. So let's see what they have to say about it. It says the Russian investigative committee said that believe someone planned and ordered the car explosion that killed D DIA Dugina based on the evidence already collected from the blast, taken into account that data already obtained. The investigation believes that the crime was pre-planned and was of an ordered. Dugina said, uh, died in the scene after the ex an explosive device presumably installed in the Toyota land cruiser went off on a public road in the car, caught fire at around 9:00 PM near the village of I'm not even gonna try it. According to the press service of the Russian investigative committee is re uh, reported by the Russian state news agency, T a S S. Duga uh, father is a Russian author in ideolog accredited with being the architect of, or spiritual guide to Russian's invasion of Ukraine. He is purported to have significant influence over Russian president Vladimir Putin and was described as Putin's brain. Yeah, of course. You're gonna call that when you randomly kill the guy's daughter, he's a full philosopher. You don't get to kill somebody or their daughter for their thought. So here's a video of him. Uh, this is what he said about Trump and Putin in 2017, which I'm sure will frame him very well being from CNN. So let's watch this or listen, I guess, cause I'm like, I don't have it downloaded, but let's watch it slash listen, cuz you can't see it.  go ahead Mr. Trump in Trump with trust. Meet the man who has been dubbed Putin's brain ultra conservative philosopher and TV personality. Alexander Dugin is a champion of Russian nationalism. And he says, president Trump is on the same Waveland as long as I could. Uh, Judge on Donald Trump. I have remarked many, many similarities was my, uh, my thought and his integrational speech discourse was as if I would, uh, I would write it myself. Dugin Dugin is seen as one of the architects of Russia's growing ideology, a conservative nationalism with roots in the Orthodox church that is being exported across the world. As an alternative to liberal democracy. November 8th, 2016 was, uh, important. Victory for Russia. And for Putin, personally, Dugin says that Putin didn't medal with the us selection, but that he provided Trump with a different kind of assistance. The real help of Putin to Trump was the example and notice how they immediately try to tie the guy. Who's their favorite sports team. Ukraine's soldiers. Uh, they immediately try to try him, tie him to Trump and make him look bad to their, to their people so that they can shout from the rooftops that somebody who was pro chump and pro Putin's daughter got murdered in the street for no reason because of his pH. So, well, let's go ahead and read. The rest of this says that both Duggan and his daughter have been sanctioned by the United States. The United Kingdom sanctioned Dugina in July for being a frequent and high profile contributor of disinformation in relation to Ukraine in the Russian invasion on Ukraine, on various online platforms. Wow. Interesting. The United States sanctioned their family, uh, and now CNN's obviously. Finding some way to make this a positive thing that his daughter was killed. Videos of the explosion showed a vehicle on the fire at the side of the road and smashed car parts thrown across the surrounding area. One of them verified video appears to show Dugin at the scene. A friend of Dugina said that he believed Dina's father was the true target of the blast, or possibly both of them as the car belonged to Alexander it's her father's car. Um, Desna drove another car, but she drove his car today and Alexander went separat. Uh, this was Andre Krasnoff who's the head of Rusky Goza or Russian horizon social movement in a personal acquaintance of dug Dina's family, Dina's family, um, a Russian foreign ministry official implied that Ukrainian state structures were responsible for the explosion. A claim that Ukrainian authorities have denied. Of course you did, because you killed his daughter and you know, you're not gonna get public support surrounding. Even though CNN will try to make it a positive thing. Right? So they go on and on and on about this. But I guess this moral of the story here is nobody is in the right. This is a ideological war and a war for claw, Schwab, and a war for, you know, the, the powers that be, if you want to use that term, the, the elites of the world, the, the, you know, you wanna include conservatives in there include, you know, the Bush family include the Clinton family, all of the corrupt, you know, huge, the Biden. Crime family. All of them are a part of this and they know what's going on here. They were all funneling money through Ukraine, you know? So nobody's, nobody's in the right here, you know, obviously Russia's not in the right for invading a. What is believed to be a sovereign nation. Um, nobody is correct in starting this war. It's a pissing match between Russia and the UN and really the us, because the us is just the representative in the world of the UN. Now we're starting to see that China's tensions with Taiwan are raising as they are sending missiles directly over Taiwan, which Japan just responded to saying that they're not going to allow it, and they're gonna do, uh, responses potentially. As a result because they believe that it's unacceptable that that's happening to Taiwan because they know that they're next. Once Taiwan actually gets taken over, right. They're the very next step on that stool to creating the one China model. Uh, but we're seeing all of these tensions rise and we're seeing that Ukraine is not the Saint of a nation that all of the Democrats of the world are flying their flags believing. Right. They're they're this is not. Right. Murdering a philosopher's daughter and then, you know, passing it off as being, oh, we didn't do that. Yes, you did. You're in war with them and you, you literally sanctioned them as of course, that's what happened here. I mean, I don't know don't this is all hearsay, but , but it seems very likely, right. Especially when CNN's trying to make it a positive thing by tying him to Trump immediately. So. Pretty bizarre, pretty wild that we're starting to see, you know, and it's, it'll be interesting to see how people try to defend this, you know, people have gotten so, so balls deep in being team Ukraine at this point. And, uh, how do you respond when they're randomly killing philosophers daughters for speaking out on social media platforms? And maybe it was, maybe it was accidental and maybe they were going after him, but even that's not okay. Right. If you're trying to be a pro-democracy state, that man is not a part of the governmental structure, that man is not a part of the military. And according to the Geneva convention, he is not able to be a target in this war, just for speaking out on these topics. Okay. Is the UN gonna do anything about that? No. Is Nita gonna do anything about that? No, because this is their own proxy war right there. And, and especially when it comes to the, you know, what, we just talked about the poisoning of soldiers. And, and especially when we're talking about the, uh, you know, murder of random, innocent civilians, that's on their hands. Right. We funded this. We funded this guys. If you don't understand that we, as the American citizens funded 80 something, however many billions of dollars now for them to go car bomb, innocent civilians with our tax money. Are you okay with that? Because this was all fun, right? We were all pro not, we, I, wasn't a part of that. You'd know that if you followed me the whole time on this war, but I I'm neither take sides. They're both. But we funded this guys. And, and, and if, and nobody's saying anything about the amount of money that we're peddling over to Zelensky and his, his, you know, regime, all of the, you know, billions of dollars of weapons that our tax dollars have gone to, for them to be able to fight this war properly against Russia. All of that is funded on the backs of you going to. You paying state taxes in, in national taxes, federal taxes directly from your paycheck, and then those that money, your money being sent to Ukraine, to poison soldiers around the Geneva convention and to blow up innocent civilians daughters. That's our money at work guys. That's Biden's administration. That is what they're doing with your tax dollars. Instead of protecting your, our children at schools, that's our tax dollars at work instead of, I don't know, funding the proper, uh, conversation around abortion, right? How it should be properly framed in, in how people should, you know, we shouldn't be funding planned parenthood. Maybe we should be funding education in schools. And that reproduction is actually the result. Sex and, and maybe we should be educating, uh, underdeveloped communities and, and, you know, minority communi. Maybe we should be doing that instead of, I don't know, poisoning Russian soldiers, uh, and blowing up in the, in the civilians, maybe some good ideas there. Uh, but no, no, that's not gonna happen because, you know, 70%, this is a, a, a percentage that was given by somebody who was on the ground in the arms trade in Ukraine. I'll, I'll have to find the video, but, uh, he said that basically 70% of the weapons that are being sent to Ukraine are unaccounted. Only 30% of the weapons. Now, I don't know if that's true, but it's his claim and it, he, he threw it out there frivolously it wasn't like he knew the exact percentage and was marking it down on a piece of paper. But that was his guess 30% maybe of the weapons that we're sending to Ukraine are actually getting in the hands of Ukrainian soldiers. Where's the other 70% going. Maybe to the IRS  so, um, yeah, so maybe not the, the white hat government that we were thinking they were. Okay. Um, now I will save this article for the end of the episode. We'll talk about maybe the Google. Flagging this father as a criminal for sending pictures to his doctor of his child, which maybe you probably shouldn't do anyways, cuz that's a little weird, but uh, but anyways, we'll, we'll discuss that after. Um, but the next thing I need you to do right now is head over to red pill, revolution.co, sign up for these subs stack, get the emails directly to your inbox that has the podcast. All right. Um, you're going to. Every single week, it is going to be a concerted effort on my behalf. You'll get it directly to your inbox, to have the links, everything that we're discussing here. 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And he said, I'm quite understanding of their position. It's not a big loss for me. It's not something I use. I'm kind of relieved because the real world is such a beautiful place. The less things on my phone. And it's just one less thing I have to look at. I'll just get in my supercar and go for a drive. Wow. All right. So let's listen to just what he has says here. This, his 20 seconds about being banned. If it'll play . Um, so basically what this guy is, is he, is you, if you haven't heard his name, you're probably not on TikTok. He's like half of my feed and I don't follow any of the accounts that he's actually a part of. Um, he he's a joke, but you know, we'll talk about it as you get banned. I don't know exactly why they Bann me. Um, I just tried to log in Instagram a couple hours ago. Wouldn't let me, I have good people in the case. I trust due process with Instagram. I'm actually quite understanding of their position. I do understand it very, very well. I'm not angry at them in any regard. Uh, it's not a big loss for me. It's not something I use too often, but I do understand their position. And it goes on to say that Tate told the Twitch streamer, he doesn't know why he was banned. We just talked. We just heard that part. So we'll skip that. It says that Tate's first rise of the limelight came when he appeared on as a contestant on the UK version of big brother in 2016. Don't know what that is. He was kicked off of that for a video that came out that showed him allegedly attacking a woman, um, which was basically him sitting there. In some type, like this girl was in like lingerie on the couch. I watched it. You probably don't need to. Um, but she was in some type of linger on the couch and he had like a, you know, some type of leather whip that he was hitting her on her butt with. And you know, it didn't seem very positive. It didn't seem, but it also. Could have been taken outta context in some sort of weird fetish thing, but it obviously is, you know, go watch the video cuz you'll see what I'm talking about. They show no context before or after he's just sitting there hitting her, but it's obviously looks terrible. And if it's not something that they're both consenting to is very, very wrong, which probably talks about his whole, you know, ecosystem of conversations. This guy is all around the high hyper. Uh, you know, if, if there is a real thing such as toxic masculinity, um, I, I don't think it's masculinity is the wrong word. This guy's just an asshole right there. There's no toxic masculinity here. He's just a douche bag. Um, so he, he goes on and on about how women are just. Tools and how, how they're owned by people or men. And, um, they're intrinsically lazy. And he, he says some pretty crazy stuff, right? And so it says that he was in 2017 during the height of the Harvey, Einstein allegations tape was suspended by Twitter for saying that women should bear responsibility for being sexually assaulted. So we'll see if we can get the actual tweet of that. Um, I don't think I saw it when they posted it here. Uh, Now it says that, um, in these types of situations, while liberals screamed that nobody should rape women can walk around naked and men shouldn't look, uh, shouldn't look, you import waves of third world migrants, but that's a different point entirely. My point is this. If my sister was raped, I'd be furious. However, I'd ask details and say, what the fuck are you drunk at a dude's house? You don't know. In those types of situations, pretending women are blameless and men shouldn't rape is stupid people shouldn't steal poor prep temps. Yeah. I'm not sure. I breed British very well. Easiest way to protect your daughter, teach her self-awareness and to avoid poor decisions or ensure every man on earth. Uh, won't rape her. Uh, okay. So definitely a tinge of victim blaming there. Um, but you know, nothing that free speech. Allow for you to be an asshole. That's like kind of an interesting conversation about this is, do I agree with this? Uh, do I think in today's censorship world, that if they are going to censor people based. Their thoughts, beliefs and discussions that, and how they negatively affect the real world, which is not what they're doing. Um, but let's, let's play in that fantasy world. If that is the case, then he should probably be on a list here after all of the weird things that have come up and all the shitty things that he's said. But again, I don't agree with censorship at any level. So I think if you're a 35 year old man child, Look, and we character, you should still be able to show the world that you're an asshole for your words. And the world should be able to look at you and laugh at you and know that you're a joke and be able to judge you for the way that you talk. Do I think he should be banned? No. Do I think he's a joke if you know, is he misogynistic? Yes. Is he an asshole? Yes. Is he, uh, somebody that I would want my son watching? No, he wouldn't watch him. Um, is he a caricature of what they want the right to be considered? Yes. Do I want that representing what fatherhood or, or manhood looks like on the, our, you know, on the more non left leaning people? No. Is he a good representation to that? No, he's a jerk. He's an asshole. He's misogynistic. He he's a, a, seems like a piece of shit. Human being, to me, who's only focused on money and fucking girls, like he's 18 years old. Uh, and maybe at some point should have grown up and didn't uh, but do I think that he. Have duct tape put on his mouth and can never talk again to the general public? No, I think they should be able, everybody should be able to look at him and judge him for the things that he says, because speaking is not a crime, nothing he did here is a crime on Instagram and Facebook. Now there are some crimes that do come up when you talk about Andrew Tate that are highly concerning. That makes me think that yeah, nobody should be taking this guy's advice. One of which being that his house was rated for human traffick. Um, allegedly they found nothing. Uh, but let's see if I can find the article on that, where it says that. Um, alright, let's read, let's read this through here, because this article talks about some of the things that this guy has said, and then we'll watch a couple clips here of, of what he's actually said and to get some context. So you can make your own opinion about it, because maybe you disagree with me. Maybe you like the guy. Um, I can't seem to find any way to like. In a leather jacket who wears sunglasses inside, calling out women.  this article says that now this article comes from the guardian and it says inside the violent misogynistic world of T's new star, Andrew Tate, it says observer investigation reveals how the ex kickboxer and big brother contestant from Luton has gone from obscurity to global internet fame in months. Uh, now it says that Andrew Tate says women. Now this is again, so take the context of this. Who's writing it. You know, I I'm trying to be unbiased in this. I do. Like this guy, it's not somebody I would want to hang out with. It's not somebody who I would associate myself with. It's not somebody who I agree with on a lot of his accounts of like, you know, and then again, I'm just looking at clips from TikTok that people are pulling that are probably the most wild things that he says, and maybe I'm wrong. But from those wild clips that I've seen, you can't find wild clips of me justifying rape. You can't find wild clips of me saying that women have no value and that their property, you can't find it because I don't say that that's not how I feel.   Maybe I haven't listened to a full podcast of him, for sure. And maybe he's a nice guy, which I have heard from, uh, Tom Sura and his wife had them him on or something. And that's how he originally got to be pretty big and they seem to like him and think that he's a caricature and he's just playing this role and like making a bunch of money off of being ridiculous and that he doesn't actually believe a lot of the thing. So give him whatever you want to, you know, give him in Grace Wise. But I, I just, you'll never hear that come outta my mouth because I. I'm not saying that because I don't believe it.  but it says Andrew TA says that women belong in the home, can't drive in our man's property. He also thinks that victims of rape must bear responsibility for their attacks and dates women aged 18 to 19, because he can make an imprint on them. According to videos posted online. Now that is correct. I've heard that one in other clips, the British American kickboxer who poses with fast cars, guns, and portrays himself as a cigar. Smoking Playboy talks about hitting and choking women, which he also said, I heard that one and we'll listen to that one too. Trashing their belongings. Stopping them from going out, um, will lead into some of these videos and read some of those afterwards. But it says that Tate's views have been described as extremely misogynistic by domestic about domestic abuse charities, capable of radicalizing men and boys to commit harm offline. No, I don't think that's the case. Um, but whatever, but the 35 year old is not a fringe personality looking lurking in an obscure corner of the dark web. Instead he's one of the most famous figures in on TikTok where videos of him have been watched 11.6 billion times style is a self-help GU offering his mostly male fans, a recipe for making money, pulling girls and escaping the matrix. Tate has gone in a matter of months from near obscurity to one of the most talked about people in the. In July, there were more Google searches for his name than Donald Trump or Kim Kardashian. His rapid surge of fame was not by chance. Evidence obtained by the observer shows that followers of TA are being told to flood social media with videos of him choosing the most social media clip or controversial clips in order to achieve maximum views and engagement. Um, the coordinated effort involving thousands of members of Tate's private online AC academy. Hustlers university and a network of copycat accounts on TikTok have been described by experts as a blatant attempt to manipulate the algorithm in artificially boost his content in less than three months. The strategy has earned to make huge following online and potentially made him millions of pounds, uh, with 127,000 members paying $39 a month to join hustlers community. Uh, many of them, boys and men from the UK and. Yet, despite much of the content appearing to break TikTok rules, which explicitly ban massaging the and copycat accounts. The platform appears to have done little to limitate spread or ban the account responsible. Instead he has propelled him into the mainstream allowing clips of him to proliferate and actively promoting them to young users, uh, raised in the east estate of young London. Uh, Luton the SI the son of a catering assistant in chest master TA has been long making headlines for storing controversy through his twenties. He worked as a TV producer and then he was a kickboxer. Nobody cares. Um, nobody cares. Nobody cares. Nobody cares. Uh, let's see if we can find the part about the trafficking. Uh, it says in another video, he was, uh, allegedly investigated by police for abusing a woman, which he denied in a case where he had his house rated devices confiscated and was held in a cell for two days. Uh, it says that let's see. Oh, wow. He also openly discussed being accused of violence against several women, although he has not understood to have ultimately been charged with any offenses. Um, in one interview, he describes an in incident where a woman, well, I can't talk today. A woman knocked a phone out of his hand in a club and a man punched him. So they started wrestling and the tussle, he accidentally hit the woman and broke her jaw. He says, Wow. Also another thing you'll never hear about me  um, so it says that Tate has understood to have left the UK for Romania and one video explaining his reasons for the move. He suggested that it become, uh, easier to evade rape charges. Wow. This is probably 40% of the reason he moved there. He said in one video adding I'm not a rapist, but I like the idea of just being able to do what I want. I like being. Free. I'd like to hear that video. I have not heard that one. Um, and I've seen it a, a fair amount of his videos looking and researching for this, but let's go ahead and watch a video so you can hear this dummies voice and see, and have your opinion for yourself on whether or not he should be banned from social media and being able to speak to the general public. And here we. Someone breaks in the house. I'm not sending her to fight. It's my job, right? I have to risk my life to protect her. So when someone doesn't break in the house and I ask her for breakfast, I expect it to be made. You cannot stop. You cannot give up. You're in the most fantastic place on the planet for making money hustle's university. And the only person who could ruin that is you welcome to the metaverse inject it into your brain. And if you only exist amongst the money, you're gonna end up with some money. Welcome, El. Do you think that women are property? I think my sister is her husband's property. Yes. When a bride is walking down the aisle to marry the groom, the father walks next to her and gives her away. Ah, how you cheating you cheating. It's bang out the machete, boom in her face and grip her up by the neck, but show up bitch. All right. So there is some of the things that come up when you. Research some of these controversial videos. So let's start with the very first thing, which is his hustler's university. Okay. Andrew T basically started his own pyramid scheme. Okay. Hustler's university is a pyramid scheme where he gets guys, I guess, specifically men to join this university under the idea that they're gonna make a bunch of money and he's gonna teach them how to make money. Like he made it. I'm not sure where he made his money from. Sounds like it could have been from his sex trafficking. So maybe that's a bigger concern about this hustler's university. It should be called, uh, you know, trafficking university, but basically it's a pyramid scheme. He made a Ponzi scheme out of people distributing his own content for him for $39 or 39 pounds a month. Okay. So basically what happens is you bring, you know, you come into hustler's university from a. Then you go take his content, you post it on TikTok with your link to have them go sign up for this hustler's university and do the same thing that you just did. You make a percentage off the people that signed up under your link. He makes a percentage off of everybody. Here's him. You know, don't mind the pyramid that I'm making. Here's him, here's you? Here's the people you bring on it all trickles up and he makes the most money. That's a Ponzi scheme. There's no real value. He posts videos of him standing by Bugattis. Uh, like they're probably not rented. I don't know the guy's probably worth some decent money. Uh, but. It's a pyramid scheme. That's all. This is right. It's nothing new. And, and it's allowed to, you know, a bunch of people are signing up for it because he's a wild, crazy, controversial figure, which you know, who cares. They should lose their money anyways to this man. If you're dumb enough to sign up thinking this guy's gonna be the one who makes you rich, I tend not to take advice from almost 40 year old man, children in leather vests with cigars in their mouth, sunglasses on inside who claimed to get all the 19 year. You know, sex in the world, like, yeah, you're probably not the role model or mentor that people should be looking for. Now. I think there's an interesting conversation there, which is this something people are actually looking for or is he gaming the algorithm, right? Is he gaming the algorithm through this Ponzi scheme that he created and then people are going and distributing a bunch of his content. And then he gets famous off of people giving him money to distribute his content, to make him famous, to give him money. I don't know. I don't see how this I, you. Business wise seems to be working just fine for him. If 129,000 people are paying 39 pounds a month, but he's not the guy I'm generally gonna go look for advice for. And you know, it's speaking to the, the idea that is this something that TikTok is circulating, right? The idea is that there's a segmented TikTok. There's a TikTok in China, that's all violin playing and math and science and, you know, making their children in communities, uh, uh, the best possible people they can be. And then them flooding our system. With these toxic ideologies with these, uh, terrible, you know, caricatures of what it means to be on one side or the. Whether it's the blue haired, L G BT Z or Z, uh, you know, nothing against the LGS BS or the, you know, but the Ts are obviously a, a movement that's been coming up from social media, right? That's something that has not existed before this and, and is being pushed in, in pushed into our ideology, being pushed into our school systems, being pushed into social media accounts, to normalize it so that when your children get on TikTok and whatever damn age you get, and I've seen six year olds with cell phones on. Whatever you give them to that that's gonna be what's flooding their, their, uh, their consciousness, right? So when you have somebody being pushed and pushed and pushed over again, it's, it's the laws of advertising, right? If there's numbers involved, eventually you get a certain outcome. And if there's a, how many billion views that 11 billion views of this guy has. Yeah. How would the world, does it get to that point? If the algorithm is true to attention, which is showing that if you watch his content over and over again, or you watch the full video, it's gonna recirculate it. So apparently people are finding maybe just entertainment, value, controversy, value, whatever it is, the currency that he's trading in is attention. And through that attention, he's pushing these shitty ideologies that are making, you know, are they corrupting young youth? Yeah. You get a guy who's on there talking super confidently and making him look super cool with his stupid sunglasses, his, you know, uh, shaved head in his Bugatti in the background, , it's it. Is it positive? No. Should he be banned? No, I don't think so. I think that he should be a, you know, should there be better, uh, understanding of talk's algorithms and should we allow them to flood our community with negative ideologies? No. Um, but that's a, that's a platform conversation, not an individual conversation. Right. And, and maybe you wanna talk about meta and Instagram and Facebook making these decisions. You know, I don't agree what this guy says. Maybe put a content filter on there that says, you know, uh, should be 18 and up. And I, again, I don't even agree with that really. Um, but if you're gonna do something, there's no reason somebody shouldn't be able to talk. Even if they're saying stupid, Bad rude things, right. If you can go outside and say, it's somebody, as long as he's not specifically calling on violence for somebody or, you know, um, literally that's about it that you can get in trouble for on the town square, then you shouldn't get, I believe wholeheartedly that social media companies should follow the constitution. They should have to follow our us laws, at least when dealing with people in the us and in this case, This does not do that. He didn't say anything that was go kill X, Y, and Z go, you know? Uh, shoot. So and so, no, he didn't say any of those things. He made himself look like a douche bag. Now all the women and men who are right in sound in their mind know he's a douche bag and they're not gonna listen to him. They're laughing at him. They're everybody. Who's like 99% of people who are watching this man are laughing at what a douche bag. And no, they would never want to come within five feet of him, no matter how confident you talk and how you spit out, you know, your, your coffee. When you talk about all the girls who want you and no, nobody, nobody likes that. Women don't like that. And the women that do are the ones who are getting $45,000 worth of work done on themselves, because they're not confident in who they are. And that's not somebody that I would've want to attract into my life. So I'm not going to follow. Somebody who attracts women like that. Right? The, the women that you want, if you are a young male is the one who is yeah. At confidence is attractive. Right. Of course, as always, right. Confidence is a number one thing. It means that you believe in yourself that you have some sense of self a

Cinco continentes
Cinco Continentes - Rusia acusa a Ucrania de la muerte de Dugina

Cinco continentes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 54:59


El FSB ruso asegura que una agente ucraniana es la responsable del atentado que acabó con la vida de la hija del ultranacionalista ruso Alexander Dugin, a quien algunos sitúan como cercano al presidente Putin. Hablamos sobre ello y la situación en Ucrania con Isabel Dólera. También conoceremos a parejas mixtas de ucranianos y rusos que se han visto afectadas por el conflicto, gracias a Alejandra Martínez. Nuevo episodio de la serie " Vivir para contarla" de nuestro compañero Javier Hernández sobre periodistas amenazados. Hoy, el caso de un reportero cubano. También comentaremos la situación en Kenia, Somalia o Singapur. Escuchar audio

Newshour
Car bomb kills Russian ideologue's daughter

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 50:08


A car bomb apparently intended to kill one of Russia's ideologues - Alexander Dugin - has claimed the life of his daughter, Darya, instead. We'll hear more about one of the men behind the ideas propelling Russia's strategy in Eastern Europe. Also in the programme: A group of islanders from Panama are forced out of their homes because of rising sea levels; and the legal fight to play the board game dominos in a West London neighborhood: (Photo shows Russian politologist Alexander Duginas he addresses a rally in Moscow, Russia October 18, 2014. Credit: Moscow News Agency via Reuters)

Newshour
Russian MP blames Ukraine for killing

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 50:09


Russia's investigative committee says Darya Dugina died after an explosion on a road outside Moscow. It is thought her father, the Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin, may have been the intended target of the attack. We hear from a Russian MP who blames Ukraine for her death. Also in the programme: Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic has assured ethnic Serbs in Kosovo that his country will protect them from persecution; and Singapore's prime minister has said the country will end its ban on sex between men. (PICTURE: Investigators work at the site of a suspected car bomb attack that killed Darya Dugina in Moscow region. CREDIT: Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation)

jon atack, family & friends
Putin's guru and the new Russian Empire with Joe Szimhart

jon atack, family & friends

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 54:45


Putin's advisor Alexander Dugin wants to reclaim Russia's empire through conquest. He hates science and technology and longs for the time of Ivan the Terrible. He'd like to stop the machines, destroy the Internet and return the Russians to serfdom. Yet the Russians celebrate and support him. A discussion with Joe Szimhart.