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Co-hosts Emmet and John plumb the depths of history, culture, and philosophy to understand why it is that despite calamities and rapid change nothing feels possible anymore. Guests include artists, scholars, and thinkers from all over the world. Subscribe to our Patreon to receive 2 extra exclusive episodes a month: https://www.patreon.com/exhaust
 
Subversive is a podcast by Alex Kaschuta about ideas that may not fit neatly into the Overton window and could use a nudge, or a sledgehammer. Alex chats to thinkers across the spectrum from iconoclast philosophers, rogue scientists, *real* journalists, and our true intellectual elite, Twitter anons. If you want to support the show or my work in general, head to my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive
 
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I speak with Emmet about what is wrong with the grid and the probability of ever more blackouts, the decay of our technological commons and the demise of their caretakers, our strange, apocalyptic media-infused relationship with nuclear power, the nightmare of an EMP, and much more. Emmet Penney of the Ex-haust podcast, editor in chief at Gridbrief…
 
Kat Dee joins Emmet to talk about movies they couldn't stop texting each other about which they think define, in part, the millennial vibe. They talk about movies that give a shit that you're watching them, what happened to music as part of identity formation, the sexual weirdness of all three movies, being awkward as an early millennial meme, what…
 
Essayist Michael Cuenco joins Emmet to talk about the totalizing permanence of the culture war. They talk about Ross Perot, Pat Buchanan, liberty, republicanism, oligarchy, living in a post-literate tribal world, and more! Check out some of Michael's Work: How Culture War Trumped Class War, Compact Magazine America's New Post-Literate Epistemology,…
 
I’ve been looking to record this episode for a while, given that Eastern Europe is both in the news and has gotten a new reputation as a bastion of “based politics.“ To enlighten me on the subject, I brought in my friend Dan Dima, one of the most well-read people I know, especially on Romanian and Eastern European history and political philosophy. …
 
I speak with Lee about the meaning of patriotism under the rainbow flag. We also speak about a desire for wild places and the frontier, homeschooling, family culture, being at home in your hometown, and more. You can find Lafayette’s work on his Twitter page @Partisan_O and on his Substack https://ruins.substack.com/ --- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
I speak with Ed about the current state of UK politics and the failures of its post-war conservative movements, the population collapse and why it is happening, grooming gang scandals, Eastern European fashion trends that may or may not include mullets, and much more. Ed West is an author, journalist, blogger, owner/operator of a substack called Wr…
 
Phil Ord, who's been advocating for nuclear for way longer than I have, joined me to talk about how he became a "nukebro." We also talk about climate change, renewable propaganda, and how the nuclear movement has grown since Phil got into it. Note: we recorded this a week before Diablo Canyon was saved. Check out Phil's stuff: https://twitter.com/F…
 
Josh and Emmet talk over episodes 6 and 7 of Robert Hughes's The Shock of the New. They get into Van Gogh, Edvard Munch, Rothko, and the dawn of the Weak Universal Forms. They discuss art as a window into the past and the schizo-world of television. And if painting can't matter in the way it used to, why did Hughes bother with the series? Subscribe…
 
I speak to Peter about our unprecedented information infrastructure and how it has captured the public discourse, and how we relate to others and ourselves. We also speak about Web 3, limbic capitalism, being powerless without common myths, and much more. Peter Wang is CEO and Co-founder of Anaconda, a software developer and former physicist, and a…
 
In this special Subversive episode, I'm joined by one of the most influential and observant social critics of our age, a man who has seen it all and lived to tell the tale. We speak about crime, anarcho-tyranny, the allure of violence, the concept of evil, religion, liberalism, decadence, mental illness, identity, stigma, and much, much more. This …
 
King of The Work and co-host of What's Left, Oliver Bateman joins Emmet to talk about the illustrious career of pro-wrestling mogul Vince McMahon after he stepped down from WWE. They talk about the hustler and con man as American architects, the intimacy of kayfabe, what people get wrong about their stale "politics as pro wrestling" takes, and more…
 
I'm joined once again by Curtis to discuss and dissect what is closest to a declaration of the propositions of the Deep Right. We focus primarily on the five principles as laid out in his Substack post: Principles of the Deep Right: Timelessness, Neutrality, Vitalism, Realism & Absolutism, but as always with Curtis, exciting tangents abound. Curtis…
 
Seán Keyes joins me for episode #10 of the Ryan Research Podcast. He is a Finance Correspondent with The Currency. A specialist in equity research, he writes on the Irish and international stock markets, bringing his rigorous analytical skills to in-depth profiles of major companies and sectors. He served as an editor for the UK's MoneyWeek and has…
 
Matt Kelly rejoins the boys to talk about Fukuyama's weird liberalism, econ theory, the triumphalism of the 90s, Fukuyama as an OG anti-Islamic type, and more! To hear the rest, subscribe to our Patreon! Check out Matt's Stuff: Substack: https://trapzoid.substack.com https://sociolegalfictions.wordpress.com Twitter: @DJDeepThought1…
 
speak with Yoram about what distinguishes British/American conservatism and how exportable it actually is, the liberal idea that politics can address itself to the public sphere alone, the possibility of democracy, the disenchantment of life downstream from technology, and much more. Yoram Hazony is an Israeli philosopher, a Bible scholar, and a po…
 
In this episode we are joined by Diane Sare who is in the midst of her campaign as an Independent running for US State Senate in New York State against Chuck Schumer. In this episode we discuss the crazy, backwards primary process, her fight against Schumer, Malthusianism, nuclear energy, the co2 shortage, Glass-Steagall, speculative banking vs leg…
 
I speak with Helena about the incredible speed at which transgender ideology has captured the liberal mind, what is behind it, and how it feels to have been to hell and back as a female to male trans person and then as a detransitioner. Helena Kerschner is a 23-year-old girl who has believed herself to be transgender since she was a teen. She is no…
 
Emmet and John begin their series on Fukuyama's seminal The End of History and the Last Man. They talk through its context, Fukuyama's background, trouble some of his assumptions, and kick the tires of his liberal triumphalism in the opening 50 pages. To hear the rest of this episode, subscribe to our Patreon and get 2 exclusive episodes a month!…
 
The lovely Louise is back on the show to speak about motherhood, "Cultural Deathgrip Syndrome," sexual disenchantment, sex education based on consent, the idea that sex is a skill, abortion, the inherent inequality of sex, the rough sex defense, and much, much more. Louise Perry is a writer, campaigner, a columnist at the New Statesman, and the aut…
 
6-time author and host of the Power Hungry Podcast Robert Bryce sits down with Emmet to talk about the downfall of California, his time covering the Branch Davidian trials, our troubled electric grid, the balkanization of America, and more! "California's Energy War on the Poor" by Robert Bryce (Quillette) The Power Hungry Podcast Juice: How Electri…
 
I speak with Luke about being an autonomous self in an overabundance of memetic and mimetic opportunity, about choosing unchosen bonds again, the positives of mimesis given that it is inescapable, metaphysical boredom, expertise, identity, and much more. Luke Burgis is Entrepreneur-in-Residence and Director of Programs at the Ciocca Center for Prin…
 
I speak with Matt about how living together is possible when two different religious systems clash, about voice vs exit, Elon buying Twitter as an act of statesmanship, the accelerating "Current Thing" ratchet, civil rights law, based captains of industry as modern saviors, how we find each other and how we converge on a positive vision. Matt Peter…
 
I'm joined by Jessica Burbank. She is an Executive Co-Director at Public Money Action, Contributor & Co-Host on The Young Turks, a Content Creator for More Perfect Union, and regularly covers public policy as it pertains to economics and monetary systems on her Tik Tok series, “Econ for the People.” Her TEDx talk, “A New Direction for the U.S. Econ…
 
We're joined by philosopher, cultural critic and political theorist Gabriel Rockhill to discuss: The CIA & Congress for Cultural Freedom, Intellectual commodity fetishism, the distribution of ideas, the compatible left, actually existing socialism, cultural production, the war for hearts and minds, information war on China, petty-bourgeois melancho…
 
Mary joins me once again to chat about her upcoming book, cyborg theocracy, modern feminism as class war, the power of the state in relationship to women, Bronze Age Mindset, the concept of "progress", prostitution, the devouring mother as the animating force behind liberalism, and much much more. Mary Harrington is a writer and contributing editor…
 
Emmet sits Geoff Shullenberger and Default Friend to talk about their respective articles on the Uvalde shooting, school shootings in general, "zeitgeist killers," the spiritual hole in our society, and more! "The Faith of Mass Shooters" by Geoff Shullenberger, Compact Magazine. "Mass Shootings and the World Liberalism Made," by Katherine Dee, Cont…
 
I speak to Walter about what makes one a dissident at the moment and what the nature of a coalition can be that unites a Romanian mom with a Hollywood chad-type, the necessity of free speech and freedom for the creative, what the true believer archetype looks like from the top and how many of them there are, what power looks like up close and much …
 
I speak to Carlo about modernity as the elimination of the supernatural, atheism as the ultimate outcome of rationalism, the role of Marxism in the developments of recent history, transgender ideology as the next step in a gnostic unraveling, the convergence of the thought of Girard and Del Noce, asking questions as the first step and much more. Ca…
 
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