KMO talks with First of Incelmatics about the reasons why so many young men see no hope of finding girlfriends, much less getting married or starting families. It seems like women have all of the power in online interactions and in academic and corporate settings. Young men are increasingly demoralized, cynical, desperate and, in some instances, willing to go out in a blaze of violent infamy. This episode contains no proposed solutions.
You can find a longer version of this conversation on YouTube.
The Face to Face blog post discussed in this episode can be found here: https://akinokure.blogspot.com/2021/02/sub-cultures-are-dead-as-straight-guys.html
KMO welcomes Ben Burgis back to the C-Realm Podcast to talk about the themes of his most recent book, Cancelling Comedians While the World Burns: A Critique of the Contemporary Left. Ben is definitely on and for the political left, but he doesn't like the way leftists unthinkingly adopt a capitalist realist mindset and see their primary agency in punishing the heretics (or the careless) in their own ranks.
KMO talks with Dr. Steven Vannoy about the psychological effects of extended mask wearing, particularly on children, and the neurological rewards that mask shaming produces. It feels really good to think we're in the right. Later, KMO reads and responds to an email from Bob Brown about dangers of taking a vaccine that has been rushed to market without the usual battery of clinical trials.
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.
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.