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It had been too long since we heard from Keith Preston of Attack the System. In this episode of the C-Realm Podcast, we get Keith's take on the pandemic, the 2020 election cycle, and the weird belief systems that people gravitate too in times of high social anxiety. We save his extensive historical take on the events of 6 January, 2021 for the C-Realm Vault Podcast.

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KMO welcomes Eric Boyd back to the C-Realm to reflect on 2020 and to try to pierce the mists of the future to catch a glimpse of what's to come. Topics include new space, money & debt, the shortcomings of algorithmic economy, the value of human attention, meat production in the age of molecular agriculture, and the glacial pace of the development of humanoid robots. Those pining for techno-collapse will find much to grind their teeth about in this episode.

2020. What a year.

KMO talks with Robert Brown about 2020 and the efforts on the part of US governmental agencies, big tech, and legacy media outlets like the New York Times to discredit anyone who advocates early, out-patient treatment of COVID-19 as an "Anti-Vaxxer."

The full video excerpted at the beginning of this episode can be found here: https://covexit.com/second-senate-hearing-about-outpatient-treatment-for-covid-19-highlights/

The 2-page PDF mentioned in the podcast,Critical Care COVID-19 Management Protocol , can be found here: https://www.evms.edu/media/evms_public/departments/internal_medicine/Marik-Covid-Protocol-Summary.pdf

KMO talks with Ben Burgis, columnist for Jacobin and author of Give Them an Argument: Logic for the Left about the crazy that is the American psyche and media landscape. They pay particular attention to Jon Ronson's book on public shaming and Glenn Greenwald's exit from The Intercept. Fun stuff!

KMO reads and responds to a long email from Chad Hill, the author of the Hipcrime Vocab blog. Topics include the ongoing collapse of the United States of America, incels and the pull that right-wing extremists have with young men who feel pushed out of the dating market. Other contributions come from Friend of the C-Realm, Marc C. and First of Incelmatics.
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