December 01, 2021
After mocking Alec Baldwin’s “crocodile tears,” Carter dives into three separate topics. First, he discusses the concept of “linguistic variables” in the context of comments made by Twitter’s new CEO. He uses this as an excuse to play with a new overhead camera set up and a sharpie. Next, he explains one of the more subtle indoctrination techniques used by many institutions, as revealed after the Rittenhouse verdict. Finally, he ends the show with a reading of Eric Zemmour’s speech announcing his presidential candidacy and a discussion of what “culture” is and why some aspects of it are important. Links to the articles he mentioned are available from the Unsafe Space web page for this episode (link below).
Links Referenced in the Show:
Three-part series on Western Culture (written in the aftermath of the NZ mosque shooter):
An argument for removing aesthetics from the sole purview of philosophy:
Zemmour’s speech, translated in a Tweet thread:
Dr. Strangelove clip:
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