Doug Lain of Zero Books returns to the C-Realm Vault to talk about the assault by Antifa members on Andy Ngo, a journalist who has a history of filming Antifa members and trying to interview them. After the assault, a swath of leftist Twitter voices condemned Ngo and defended Antifa. Later, KMO and Doug discuss the coherence of calls to "Break Up Big Tech."
KMO talks with author and paranormal investigator (and RPG publisher)Michael O. Varhola about demonic possession, haunted houses, UFOs, ghosts, the chupacabra and so-called skepticism.
KMO talks with Bill Ryerson of Population Media Center about that organization's decades-long mission to help people in developing countries overcome maladaptive cultural narratives and live more effective lives.
The conversation with David Blacker about his book, What's Left of the World, started in C-Realm Podcast #546, Identity and Displacement, concludes here. Thereafter, KMO and Rob talk about Andrew Yang's book, The War On Normal People.
David Blacker returns to the C-Realm Podcast to talk about the themes in his new book, What's Left of the World: Education, Identity and the Post-Work Political Imagination. KMO has been reading Andrew Yang's book, and David has also read it and followed Yang's candidacy, so the discussion circles the topic of Universal Basic Income for a good portion of the conversation.