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octagonstone 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've been binging Academic Agent's content for the last week.

IWanttotalknow [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

He doesn't get much attention but he puts out some good content, and I figured people here would appreciate this one specifically. The idea that a lot of what we're experiencing today comes from the attempts at de-Nazification of Nazi Germany right after the war ended is one I hadn't heard of before or really knew much about and it does fit nicely with Yuri Bezmenov's four stages.

While reading up on WW2 history, I mostly stopped with the end of the war. I didn't know pretty much at all about the de-Nazification attempts - which clearly make sense. It also makes me sort of see the German people both before and after as almost a test group: it took like a bit more than a decade for them to fall under Nazi ideology and be accepting of it and worse, engaging with it. Then, after, you have de-Nazification, which is a good thing, but is also basically an open psy-op that also takes hold on them, but also takes a good amount of time. What does that say about people in general? Enough propaganda, enough violence and stuff spreads like a wildfire?

Time to read Gad Saad's new book, The Parasitic Mind :)

TentElephant 3 points ago +3 / -0

Radical Liberation is great too. He recently did a live stream on the medieval industrial revolution that was very illuminating.

lgbtqwtfbbq 3 points ago +3 / -0

He recently did an interview with Paul Gottfried and Joseph Cotto that was pretty good.