“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Empire of lies

Empire of lies

There has been a theory kicking around for the past year or so that the entire Scamdemic was, essentially, invented to prevent a truly Biblical meltdown in the world’s financial markets. The roots of this theory sit with the massive spike in repo market rates...
Didactic Mind, Ep 84: The Lungs of Hell

Didactic Mind, Ep 84: The Lungs of Hell

This week’s podcast about the current mess we find ourselves in with respect to governments around the world arrogating to themselves powers that they were never supposed to have in the first place. I look at the core reasons as to why this is happening, and I...
The Neo-Tsar’s history class

The Neo-Tsar’s history class

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, the longtime ruler of Russia – we might as well just call him “Tsar” at this point, since he basically IS one – wrote a very long article recently in which he provided an extremely detailed historical analysis of...
Didactic Mind, Ep 84: The Lungs of Hell

Discussing 9/11 on The JJ Podcast

I am very pleased to present the second part of the discussion with longtime reader and friend JohnC911. We caught up yesterday to discuss a wide range of topics, starting with the realities of the failed 20-year-long “Global War on Terror”, and moving on...
Can guerrilla forces be defeated?

Can guerrilla forces be defeated?

The image that you see above is iconic because it shows everything you need to know about guerrilla warfare in a single picture. Guerrilla wars demonstrate better than any other the three levels of warfare identified by Martin Van Creveld, William S. Lind, and other...
Didactic Mind, Ep 84: The Lungs of Hell

Didactic Mind, Ep 83: The Scattering of the Ashes

The Didactic Mind podcast is finally BACK – after a 3-week or so delay, much to my regret, due to various (quite pleasant, actually) circumstances in my personal and professional life. The elapsed time has, however, proven fruitful, because a number of...
How to discern the truth

How to discern the truth

The legendary atheist scientist, Stephen Hawking – y’know, the chap who invented time – prefaced his most famous book with an old story about how people can’t see the truth even when it stares them in the face. Here is the version of the story...
Didactic Mind, Ep 84: The Lungs of Hell

Didactic Mind, Ep. 82: End of Empire

The Didactic Mind podcast is back to something approaching a sort-of-regular schedule again, and this week’s episode is all about the sudden and quite dramatic collapse of America’s failed Syracuse Expedition in Afghanistan. I talk about the roots of its...
Didactic Mind, Ep 84: The Lungs of Hell

Guest appearance on the JJ Podcast

This Sunday I spoke with an old friend and longtime reader, JohnC911. He had asked me to make another guest appearance on his podcast, and I was of course very happy to oblige. We spoke for about 2hrs on a wide variety of topics, and honestly we probably could have...
Didactic Mind, Ep 84: The Lungs of Hell

Didactic Mind, Ep 81: There Is No Running

The Didactic Mind podcast is BACK!!! And for this week’s episode – the first in 2 months – I have a highly relevant series of topics lined up to discuss, including: What it is like to have the Coof, or something like it;How to confront the lies of...
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