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We aim to raise awareness on topical issues, health, lifestyle, art, literature, socio-economic conditions and philosophical viewpoints to name a few. Our focus is to traverse the tangent route and visualize the diametrically opposite by exploring untrodden cognitive paths. The contextual framework of our discussions will resonate powerfully with a wider global audience due to the interchange of contemporary discourse and the connectivity of diverse belief systems. To achieve this requires a sense of balance, a mirrored connection between the two parts. We are intertwined with our audience, one cannot exist without the other. The show will re-form and reshape fragmented narratives by offering content that alters one’s existing scope of vision. Our goal is to create a forum for you to rethink mainstream discourse by balancing linkages between source and audience. We hope to inspire a global listening audience and speak directly to the untapped potential within us all.

We aim to raise awareness on topical issues, health, lifestyle, art, literature, socio-economic conditions and philosophical viewpoints to name a few. Our focus is to traverse the tangent route and visualize the diametrically opposite by exploring untrodden cognitive paths. The contextual framework of our discussions will resonate powerfully with a wider global audience due to the interchange of contemporary discourse and the connectivity of diverse belief systems. To achieve this requires a sense of balance, a mirrored connection between the two parts. We are intertwined with our audience, one cannot exist without the other. The show will re-form and reshape fragmented narratives by offering content that alters one’s existing scope of vision. Our goal is to create a forum for you to rethink mainstream discourse by balancing linkages between source and audience. We hope to inspire a global listening audience and speak directly to the untapped potential within us all.

Location:

United States

Description:

We aim to raise awareness on topical issues, health, lifestyle, art, literature, socio-economic conditions and philosophical viewpoints to name a few. Our focus is to traverse the tangent route and visualize the diametrically opposite by exploring untrodden cognitive paths. The contextual framework of our discussions will resonate powerfully with a wider global audience due to the interchange of contemporary discourse and the connectivity of diverse belief systems. To achieve this requires a sense of balance, a mirrored connection between the two parts. We are intertwined with our audience, one cannot exist without the other. The show will re-form and reshape fragmented narratives by offering content that alters one’s existing scope of vision. Our goal is to create a forum for you to rethink mainstream discourse by balancing linkages between source and audience. We hope to inspire a global listening audience and speak directly to the untapped potential within us all.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Great Reset — NATO’s Bombing Campaigns from Kosovo to Libya

6/22/2022
Throughout the course of history, military alliances have existed, to act either as a counter-balancing force or to repel a perceived threat. The origins of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) stem from its members’ perceived need to balance the rising power of the Soviet Union in the aftermath of World War II. It was initially created as a countervailing force to the Berlin Blockade and the threat of Communism aggression. After the end of Cold War hostilities in 1991, NATO needed...

Duration:00:59:07

Sowing the Hydra’s Teeth—Origins of Ultra-Nationalism in Ukraine

5/25/2022
The Euromaidan protests which took place in Kiev between 2013-2014 focused international attention on Ukraine as a shining symbol of democratic values and reform, across Eastern Europe & Eurasia. Despite the country’s significant democratic gains in recent years, one of the trends which has emerged since Maidan 2014, has been a parallel rise in the activity of radical ultra-nationalist groups. While far-right groups have existed in Ukraine since the 1920s, they now represent a sophisticated...

Duration:00:59:32

The Ukraine—Pursuit of Origins in Silent Voices and Moral Hazard

5/11/2022
Managing the damaged relations between Russia and the West have escalated new heights, due to the Ukraine invasion of February 24. The ongoing Ukraine conflict is invariably portrayed by Western powers and the political media establishment, as one of Russia being the sole aggressor. Deteriorating ties are also blamed on the authoritarian policies pursued by President Vladimir Putin. However, the West has played a significant role in eroding this relationship, ever since the collapse of the...

Duration:00:59:33

The Ukraine—Examining the underlying causes which led to conflict

4/27/2022
When analyzing the Ukraine Crisis which stems from early February 2014, and has now been transformed into a full scale military conflict, it’s important to understand the highly complex dynamics involved which have led to military confrontation between Russian and Ukrainian forces. These events have created a major flashpoint, reminiscent of cold war politics during the post war era. This nuanced situation in modern international relations is the result of interactions between various actors...

Duration:01:00:01

War Journalism and Propaganda - The embedded deceit of Oedipus

4/13/2022
War zones since the early 2000s have challenged the core principles of modern journalism and prompted a reexamination of the role of war journalism during violent conflict. In recent years, the esteemed values within journalism such as objectivity and detachment which aimed to create a balanced coverage of victims and aggressors alike, have been downgraded by many media commentators This episode briefly explores the history of conflict coverage by focusing on two key aspects; The use of...

Duration:00:58:36

Fortress America - Global Capital & the Prison Industrial Complex

3/30/2022
In recent decades the term “mass incarceration” has been closely associated with the disproportionate growth of the prison population in the United States. When we review what percentage of the US population is incarcerated, the figures reveal some staggering results. The United States represents only 5% of the global population, yet holds nearly 20% of the world’s prison population, meaning that 1 in 5 incarcerated individuals in the world are from the United States. The issue of mass...

Duration:00:59:14

Riding the “Tunnel of Debt”–The Commodification of Student Loans

3/16/2022
Student loan debt has become a social problem in many advanced countries, affecting the long term economic prospects of students. Total outstanding student debt in the United States amounts to $1.749 trillion dollars and the student loan market has now surpassed credit card loans and auto loans in the United States. One in every four adults in the US holds some form of federal student loan debt (the number among millennials is higher at one in three). The average public university student...

Duration:00:57:15

Canada Truckers-The Freedom Convoy & Criminalizing Social Dissent

3/2/2022
In recent decades world events have witnessed an eruption of major protest movements, amid deepening social & political inequalities, exacerbated by ongoing COVID events. The 2010s have been described as the “Decade Of Protests” culminating in major civil unrest in 2020, together with an unprecedented wave of student protests. Many of these protests are lagged “ripple effects” caused by structural socio-economic changes linked to the global recession of 2008, in the form of austerity cuts....

Duration:00:58:15

Death Knell–How the CIA infected Conspiracy Theory with Paranoia

2/16/2022
For decades, conspiracy theories (CTs) have featured prominently in the social climate of the United States, providing insightful solutions to complex questions; But despite their prevalence in the media, they continue to be shrouded by a veil of misrepresentation. Vast swathes of people have misinterpreted the sheer volume of CTs in circulation as evidence, pointing to a phenomenon known as the “age of conspiracism.” Consequently, people who propose or believe in CTs are stereotyped as...

Duration:00:56:57

The die is cast-The Firestorm of Dark Alliance and CIA Complicity

2/2/2022
In this episode we examine a unique type of reporting called investigative journalism, requiring unbridled courage, integrity and sacrifice from certain journalists to bring stories of major significance to public attention. In their role as watchdogs, investigative journalists play a crucial role in placing greater scrutiny on the abuses of power and influence. One of the most famous examples in recent memory includes “The Watergate Scandal” in 1972, which led to the resignation of...

Duration:01:00:04

Stoking the Fires of Urban Complex - Solitude and Loneliness

1/19/2022
Stoking the Fires of Urban Complex - Solitude’s Journey and The Undead of Loneliness Modern lifestyles in the 21st century are unlike any other period in human history. Populations are living longer, urban centres are becoming denser and the ongoing expansion of the Internet has transformed how individuals communicate and interact with one another. Although modern societies are increasingly connected via digital platforms, a growing tide of loneliness appears to be on the rise through...

Duration:00:57:08

Log cabins: A Return to Self-awareness & Nature’s Disequilibrium

1/5/2022
Log cabins are deeply rooted in regional folklore and history from around the world, evoking memories of an idyllic lifestyle and the intrigue of a forgotten past. Although, associated with rustic images of American frontier life, historically, log building has its roots in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Indeed, it is widely accepted that the Finns and the Swedes brought with them, the most developed knowledge of wood construction, as the majority of these immigrants settled along the banks...

Duration:00:59:54

Tiny Homes: The BIG Alternative, Banishing the Ghost of McMansion

12/22/2021
Over the last two decades, tiny homes have taken up a firm place in the collective consciousness and despite no single definition, they generally refer to small buildings (less than 400 sq ft) where space is maximized to create a long-term residence. The wider tiny house movement has gained immense popularity among various demographic groups, and is underscored by a minimalist ethos that “less is more” utilizing formal design and architectural concepts. However the main assumption is that...

Duration:00:59:49

The Modern Nomads Leading the Vanguard to a New American Frontier

12/8/2021
Nomadism is a centuries old way of life for people who choose not to live in one place but continuously move on a cyclical basis. Nomads are often romanticized in literature and art through narratives of transience and travel such as the ancient Greek epic, Homer’s Odyssey or the exotic image of the nomadic Gypsy. Nomads are integral to human civilization because our ancestors once roamed the earth as hunter gatherers. This instinctive drive to begin new journeys forms the basis of today’s...

Duration:00:59:53

Recording the Art of Americana: Who Mourns the Eternal Star?

11/24/2021
We begin this episode with a short introduction on the Canadian born icon and musical legend Leonard Cohen. A truly towering figure in the realm of literature and song writing who brought clarity and insight to fans and critics alike. His artistic achievements are remarkable: Over the course of his life Cohen published twelve books, ten poetry collections; He released fourteen studio albums during a recording career which spanned five decades and was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of...

Duration:00:50:26

The Alchemist & His Apprentice - Stagecraft of Media Manipulation

4/21/2021
The Alchemist and His Apprentice -The Stagecraft of Mass Media Manipulation In this episode we focus on how the media is manipulated and controlled by governments, corporations and interest groups to further their respective causes. Media manipulation has been used since the early 20 Century in many war theatres by employing sophisticated techniques such as propaganda and perception management. In the modern context, propaganda is used to persuade the public of the merits of a particular...

Duration:00:57:28

The Black Arts of CIA Torture and the Whitehouse Revolving Door

4/7/2021
From the period 2001 to 2005, over a quarter of all countries in the world cooperated in a secret rendition network that enabled the transfer of potential terrorist suspects to undisclosed detention sites. As many as fifty four foreign governments participated in these operations in different ways including; hosting CIA prisons on their soil ; interrogation, torture & abuse of individuals ;Providing intelligence ;Permitting the use of domestic airspace and airports for secret flights to...

Duration:00:56:56

Encore The Diana Events – A myth of compassion? Or a myth of violence?

3/24/2021
“Diana Events” refers to the story surrounding the death of Princess Diana in the early hours of 31 August 1997. In this episode we explore various aspects of the widespread mourning which followed her death, in particular the processes which gave rise to an overwhelming outpouring of public grief, both in Britain and globally. We explore the historical shifts in Western attitudes towards death and dying and the premise that western societies are indeed death-denying societies by...

Duration:00:56:53

Beyond Power And Profit – Rethinking Success And Failure

3/10/2021
Does having wealth make someone successful? To most people, success is measured through their visual senses via material possessions. Another view is that success is achieved through self-belief and determination. This requires reaching into one’s innermost self for strength and courage to enable positive changes and personal achievement. In this episode we focus on the concepts of success and failure arguing that failure has an equally significant role in our experience, education and...

Duration:00:57:33

The Exorcism of Rehabilitation and the Rise of Mass Incarceration

2/24/2021
The growth of incarceration rates in the United States have reached unprecedented levels since the 1970s giving rise to a broad range of commentary regarding its possible causes. Of equal importance are the consequences for those individuals imprisoned, their families, the wider communities and ultimately the implications for US society. In this episode we examine the main causes and consequences of high rates of incarceration in the United States. But more importantly, the transformation of...

Duration:00:57:45