On this week’s show, I’m in Germany! So there were no call-ins, sadly. We cover headlines: sea level rise, India/Pakistan, corporate/military intel surveillance. Then we dive into Baudrillard’s philosophy as death for standing in for indeterminacy, then his angle on terrorism and hatred which are sweeping the globe.Read More Baudrillard and Death, Terrorism, Hatred
Today I gave some comments on the democratic debates, principally on the rhetorical power of Williamson and the 4th wall breaking / environmental bleakness from Yang. Then I moved on to talking about the dire results of abrupt climate change predicted by Guy McPherson, who believes every human being will be dead by 2030 as […]Read More We’re all gonna die by 2030: Guy McPherson on climate
The show from July 11th, on which we discuss headlines as well as identity abolitionism, as opposed to identitarianism in its various stripes.Read More Identity Abolitionism
This week, I decided to make the theme of the show a phrase I’ve heard from many callers. People will say, “Until we have a real conversation about race, nothing is going to change.” Well, what do we mean when we say a “real” conversation about race? I open up the discussion with an article by Dr. […]Read More What does it mean to have a Real Conversation about Race?
On this Valentine’s Day episode of Speaking Broadly, we discussed why people remain so steadfast in their allegiance to a concept of nation or race which doesn’t serve the social good. Everyone values their groups and the hardships that they have endured together, meaning that we have to find a way to work through our […]Read More Unity, or at least cooperation, across national/racial lines
Last week’s show, introducing socialism and communism, didn’t record right. Many interesting call ins were missed, including someone warning about Karl Marx’s satanism. Sadly these words of wisdom are lost to history. On this episode, you mainly hear my thoughts about socialism and communism, with a couple calls mixed in. I talk about the need […]Read More Socialism 2
In this edition of Speaking Broadly, I compare America in 2019 to Germany in 1913 to emphasize the danger of war in times of internal tension. Then we start talking about international finance and antisemitism, and a caller calls in to say that he’s sick of people calling white people racist. Always exciting times on […]Read More Government Shutdown and Call-ins on Racism