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Tal Celes isn't part of Voyager. She just lives there.

Tal Celes isn't part of Voyager. She just lives there.

KMO reads essays and feedback from Friends of the C-Realm and then delves, one more time, into the violence in Berkeley around the aborted Milo Yiannopoulis talk. Finally, he looks at an episode of Star Trek: Voyager and the movie A Few Good Men to examine the possibility of letting people go their own way rather than forcing them to conform themselves to off-the-shelf societal roles for which they are not suited.

C-Realm Radio 032

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Liam Scheff

Liam Scheff

Given the overlap in their interests and the self-contained nature of the Peak Oil community, it's odd that Liam Scheff is just now making his C-Realm debut in February of 2017. In this introductory conversation, Liam describes his writing career and his current health struggles and then launches into an explanation of how the frustrated 9-11 Truth movement metamorphosed into something malignant and fueled the rising popularity of the Flat Earth belief system. Thereafter, KMO and Liam re-visit some familiar Peak Oil themes and consider timelines for collapse. The conversation will continue in C-Realm Podcast episode 512.

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CRV234KMO has been down on people who use the words "fascist" and "Nazi" to describe supporters of President Trump, but we would ignore the rise of right-wing authoritarianism at our peril. Doug Lain and Larry Lowe join KMO for a discussion comparative examination of the contemporary United States and the post-WWI Germany that was the context for Hitler's rise to power. Later, they discuss the content of a video by Black Pigeon Speaks about immigration, multiculturalism, and Japan.

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Lex Pelger

Lex Pelger

KMO treks through the snow to bring you this week's episode of C-Realm Radio. Chad Hill, the author of the HipCrimeVocab blog, is the guest in the first hour. Chad has written a 4-part series on an emerging alternative story about how and why humans created the first proto-cities like Jericho and Çatalhöyük. In the second hour, drug writer and Psymposia host, Lex Pelger calls in to talk about his current and upcoming projects.

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Dealing with SJWs is a pain, but $15,000 a month in Patreon earnings makes up for a lot of aggravation.

Dealing with SJWs is a pain, but $15,000 a month in Patreon earnings makes up for a lot of aggravation.

KMO and Douglas Lain try to unpack the seemingly straight-forward position of Prof. Jordan Peterson. He seems like a champion of free thought and expression, which makes him a liberal (or at least a "classical" liberal), but Doug argues that Prof. Peterson is anti-rational and deeply conservative. The conversation also brings in Gavin McGuiness, Michael Rectenwald, and Richard Spencer.

C-Realm Radio 030

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A bystander caught in the mayhem cowers before the righteousness of the antifa.

A bystander caught in the mayhem cowers before the righteousness of the antifa.

On February 1st, 2017, Brietbart News technology editor, Milo Yiannopolous, was scheduled to give the final lecture on a US speaking tour prior to the publication of his upcoming book. The event was canceled when about 150 black-clad and masked people set fires, assaulted people waiting to get in the lecture hall, and goaded the police by throwing firecrackers at them. Some consider this a heroic example of anti-fascist "direct action." Others see it as leftist hooliganism. KMO and Silas welcome Keith Preston of AttackTheSystem.com back to the C-Realm to talk about the history, beliefs, and tactics of the antifa (anti-fascist) movement.

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CRV232KMO talks with podcasting peer from back in the day, Cody of Blacklight in the Attic, about the strategies he uses to counter online echo chambers that propagate crazy narratives like chemtrail and flat earth conspiracy mania. Cody is part of an on-line brigade of skeptics and debunkers who call themselves the Badgers, a secret society with multiple membership levels. At the end of the podcast, KMO shares some of his recent writings on the Deep State.

C-Realm Radio 029

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Charles Hugh Smith

Charles Hugh Smith

KMO and Silas welcome Charles Hugh Smith to the C-Realm Radio program to talk about the Deep State. What is the Deep State? Quite simply, it is the collection of people, agencies and institutions which determine and implement domestic and foreign policy but which are not elected by voters. Vote elected representatives out of office if you're not happy about the direction your country is headed, but the Deep State is dug in like a tick. It will take more than an election to take power back from them. But the Deep State isn't of one mind. It's various factions often work at cross purposes to one another, and some of them might even want what you want.

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Farming is harder than foraging.

Farming is harder than foraging.

KMO talks with Chad Hill of the HipcrimeVocab blog about the origins of inequality. Chad thinks it all started with debt. Chad explains how the meaning of the term "Luddite" has changed since it was coined. KMO goes on a long rant about human brains don't seem to be up to the challenge of Facebook, and KMO and Chad exchange notes on the task of trying to write a book.

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"We're the exception!"

"We're the exception!"

C stands for civilization. KMO and Silas talk about the things that make techno-industrial civilization and the 99 cent double cheeseburger possible. Some easy explanations go unchallenged. That will be a topic for a future episode.