11 thoughts on “Brett Stevens Interviewed by Red Ice TV”

  1. Abominable Goatpenis says:

    Pt.2 where, faggots?

    1. Kvädare says:

      You have to pay for it on the Red Ice site

  2. God says:

    Nice! I will listen to the podcast on Amerika now. Shadilay

  3. kcuf.com says:

    DJ GOAT, it’s you !!! [spotted]
    —-> KCUF RADIO <—-
    do some more, it was awesome

    1. Doug Killjoy says:

      I was going to mention it but figured everybody already knew. I actually considered voting for Clinton just to witness the return of DJ Goat (ha ha!)

      1. ahaha says:

        One does not simply joke about voting for Clinton.

        I just listened to the whole thing (part1) and I’m quite amazed that, while a little less intense (age maybe?), he’s still pretty much as misanthropic (and frankly, for me at least, sociopathic) as I remember him. I never could understand how you can fit in when you think 90% of the people you meet are expendable and you’d like to see them dead – doesn’t it mess you up ? At least in the interview he’s for ‘peaceful’ measures first, ha.

        On the other hand, he’s 100% Plato in both esthetics and politics. The only thing is, what he describes is pure utopia. People need more than truth to obey something / someone; they might need a religious Renaissance, or simply the fear of extinction (like Whites voting against immigration).

        Also, let’s say you put a (philosopher-)king in charge, and the king fucks up, goes mad, acts immorally. Are you willing to risk everyone’s life and resources for this?

        It’s UTOPIA. Thus guys like Trump (and Dionysius I of Syracuse) get to change the system and guys like Prozak (and Plato) don’t matter politically – even though they can see the truth.

        Anyways, what I got out of all of the years of following this guy is a sense of realistic and amoral values, based on cause and effect (his ‘nihlistic’ method – which shouldn’t even be called nihilism since it has nothing in common with the contemporary definition of it; it’s a transition phase (like some sort of Zen contemplation) that then leads to Plato all over again).

        For this, for KCUF, and for the metal philosophy, I say thank you !

        1. Doug Killjoy says:

          He doesn’t sound like he’s aged a day and one can assume this to be indicative of health. (Incorrupted) metal surely has a physiological component over the long haul, and in my own experience it’s a decided if not dramatic net positive in cell division, cognition, reflexes and physiology in general. Without studies it’s impossible to prove but I predict metal will be almost problematic in its contributions to listeners’ longevity. Thanks Tony!

          1. Syphilis says:

            Do you also think east asians have a high expectancy because they mostly eat fish and rice, or that perhaps there could be more to it?

            1. Doug Killjoy says:

              Bangkok?? No thank you!!

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  5. Rainer Weikusat says:

    A narcissist is someone who’s in love with himself.

    A solipsist would be someone who’s convinced that nothing except himself exists. In a more popular, weaker form, solipsism is the conviction that there are no facts, only opinions which are all created equal. This is extremely popular among programmers: Code has no properties except “it works” or “it doesn’t work”, hence, there’s no qualitative difference between 1 + 1 = 2 and 1 + 1 – 1 + 1 – 1 + 1 + 1 – 1 = -6 / -3 when regarded as statements. If you like the latter better, use it. After all, it was hard to write, it should be hard to read.

    One thing which makes the classical left so annoying (and ineffectice) is the exact opposite conviction: Our opinions are not opinons but scientific facts, cf Marxist history theory (they don’t have a monopoly on this, though).

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