Michael Malice has the funniest tweet of the day.
"Comedian" Dave Smith joins Michael once again this week for a discussion on Dave's most recent appearance on the Michael Malice Fancast IRL, how rewarding it is to prop up artists and like-minded people, how life is about change and going through phases, how New York City is using low income restaurant employees to decentralize authoritarianism, the story of Lavrentiy Beria and his reign as one of Stalin's most atrocious and influential secret police chiefs, the current end to America's longest war in Afghanistan, the first time in history that the corporate press has turned on Joe Biden, why White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki might be in hiding, the transparent corporate press narrative that ending a war equals disaster, the psychological toll on hardcore patriots from shamefully losing the war, the open secret of President Biden's severe mental decline, plus just how terrible Kamala Harris is as a politician, and so much more!
Obviously, anarchy is not something many people are fans of. It’s difficult for us to even like anyone who calls themselves an anarchist. But Michael Malice takes us to school on what an anarchist is and tries to convert us into his philosophical ideology as a last resort to try to defeat the globalist American empire.
American historian and author Arthur Herman joins Michael this week for a discussion on his new book The Viking Heart, the backstory, roots, and inspiration behind writing it, how the Vikings created what became medieval Russia, the official origin of the Molotov cocktail, German misconceptions of Scandinavian culture in the 19th century and the resulting pursuit for purity through the Aryan archetype, how Raoul Wallenberg became the Scandinavian Schindler, the contrast between the French, Danish, and Norwegian societies and their protection of Jewish citizens, the real Swedish economic miracle of free market capitalism, what ultimately brought prosperity to Scandinavia, why Sweden gave way on Norwegian independence, the stark sense of survival in Scandinavia and how it translated into dealing with a pandemic, plus how Arthur was involved in the fight against Covid-19, and so much more!
American far-right blogger and student of history Curtis Yarvin, once known as Mencius Moldbug, joins Michael in studio this week for a discussion on how he colonized "the red pill" from the Wachowskis, severe culture shock phenomena like Paris syndrome, our collective ignorance to the state of human degradation and order being violated by ugliness, why Curtis is more right-wing than Eric Weinstein, who will save the roads when the Roman Empire falls, a useful euphemism on Voltaire's trip to Egypt, why Stalin won and whether or not the ruling class in America to have a more Stalinistic approach, the shallow floor of false sympathy exhibited by the Left, plus the children's book that was too anti-Semitic for the Nazis, and so much more!
American attorney and journalist Ron Coleman joins Michael this week for a discussion on the wishful concept that courts would treat social media like the public square, whether or not that concept is progressive, conservative, or cross-ideology, the lawsuit between DC Draino and Twitter, the increasingly apparent quid pro quo between the government and social media, some important legal principles consistently disregarded by intelligence agencies, the possible difficulties with suing the National Association of Attorneys General, how children of the 1960's might feel about the blatant collusion between government and large corporations, the last thing a company like Twitter wants when approaching a lawsuit, plus Ron's representation of President Trump's meme maker, Carpe Donktum, and so much more!