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On Tyranny

Michael Michailidis

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On Tyranny is a show about political philosophy as applied to current events. It is the Podcast version of Ancient Greece Revisited, an online series of mini-documentaries that tries to rediscover the authentic culture of ancient Greeks. On Tyranny was born out of the need to apply some of the ideas discovered to the mass confusion of current events: from the restriction of our liberties in the wake of Covid to the rising globalism pushed by tech companies and mainstream media. Our goal is t ...
 
Welcome to the Sack Heads Against Tyranny! Live from "The Silo" (unless you're listening to the podcast, then it was recorded live, but not actually live...you get it). Each week we rip into politics, news and current events. Has the government gone too far? Are your rights being attacked? Out of control world leaders? We got it covered. With a sharp tongue and occasional potty humor, we strive to keep the facts straight, and pick up where Main Stream Media ignores or hides. This isn't your ...
 
Star Trek: Shadows of Tyranny is an independent audio production from Melting Clock Productions created by Mathieu Blondin and Sebastian Prooth. Star Trek: Shadows of Tyranny will pickup from the Star Trek TOS episode Mirror, Mirror. The series is being developed and produced by Mathieu Blondin and Sebastian Prooth (Star Trek: The Continuing Mission). Mr. Spock, influenced by the the conversation with Captain Kirk from Mirror Mirror, sets out to rid the galaxy of the Terran Empire and instal ...
 
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This week, On Tyranny speaks with P. A. Perros, a young Greek philosopher, blogger and IT professional about the use of reason in today's era of madness. Topics discussed: What is Philosophy? What is Real in World Events The Greek Crisis Links mentioned in this episode: Panagiotis A. Perros Blog Ancient Greece Revisited This podcast is hosted by Ze…
 
This week. a returning guest, Dr. Antony Mueller speaks about the dark roots of the United Nations Topics discussed: Topic A Topic B Topic C Links mentioned in this episode: Books by Antony Mueller on Amazon Mises Wire: The United Nations and the Origins of "The Great Reset" The Socialist Phenomenon: A Historical Survey of Socialist Policies and Id…
 
This week, Professor Antony P. Mueller is talking about the death of the free market, through the rise of an evil that goes beyong the regular encoachment of the state. Topics discussed: Brazil: a land of European immigrants Liberalism vs Libertarianism Following the Science of the Pandemic Going beyong Materialism Links mentioned in this episode: …
 
This week, Sir Steven Wilkinson talks about his life's jorney, from a student of German Love-Songs to Financial Advisor. While in between, the pandemic as an ancient Chinese sercret. Topics discussed: The German "Minnesang" Modern vs Ancient Spirituality The British Responce to the Pandemic The Mongol Invasion as a Metaphor for our Crisis Slavery t…
 
This week, Marco Andreacchio will be taking us on a journey through "Hell," Dante's Hell Topics discussed: Dante's Inferno The Liberal Order, and the misunderstandng of Dante Love in the Western World Links mentioned in this episode: The Inferno, translated by Robert Hollander This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm…
 
This week, Michael Millerman joins us to dispell the misconceptions surrounding Plato's "Noble Lie." Topics discussed: Leo Strauss and Modern Academia Plato's Republic and the Noble Lie Postmodernity and the Corruption of the Young Links mentioned in this episode: M. Millerman, Beginning with Heidegger D. Murray, Neo Conservatism: Why We Need It Th…
 
This week, Romain d'Aspremont take us on a journey from early Christianity to late post modernity in validation of his answer: that except from Italian Fascism, the Right has utterly failed in providing a positive vision of the future. Topics discussed: Why has the RIght lost the battle of ideas? What is the Promethean RIght and its relation to Fas…
 
Quite arguably my favorite podcast I've done, definitely the best I've done by myself. A little lengthy. I discuss my very first stand up experience. Now that I think of it, I forgot to mention my first sexual experience. Anyway, I talk about a lot of peoples first times (you know, first time first time) and I laughed HARD! Good stuff! So i hope yo…
 
This week, we have invited the celebrated dissident of this global mad-demic: John Waters Topics discussed: The state of our planet following the pandemic Mass hympnosis and consumer culture Following the science and not the scientism Links mentioned in this episode: Ancient Greece Revisited John Waters Unchained Ernst Jünger's "The Forest Passage"…
 
This week, professor Spyridon Rangos from the University of Patras joins us to discuss Plato's Warning about the "rule of experts" and it's connection with Tyranny. Topics discussed: Modern vs Ancient Political Philosophy Medicine vs Health The Rise of Modernity and the Rule of Experts Transhumanism in the Abscence of Standards Links mentioned in t…
 
On Tyranny is the readio branch of Ancient Greece Revisited. This week, we are joined by professor Rachel Fulton Brown of the University of Chicago. Topics discussed: The Devotion of the Virgin Mary Eros in the Christian Bible The Great Mother Goddess of old Europe Facemasks and their Symbolism The Devil and Modern Technology Links mentioned in thi…
 
On Tyranny is the readio branch of Ancient Greece Revisited. This week, we have the honour to speak with Thomas Rowsell from Survive The Jive Topics discussed: Thomas' "Aryan" jounrney to India Indo-European theory, its history and reception Modern genetics and the Indo-European theory What does it mean to be a pagan in the modern age Links mention…
 
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