Steven Snider (Reculse) Has Redefined the Parapolitical Middle |471| what in the world
11.11.2020 - By Skeptiko – Science at the Tipping Point
Steven Snider’s (Reculse) deep dive into the parapolitical takes aim at Epstein
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Alex Tsakiris: [00:00:09] That’s a clip from. I don’t know, wait a minute. Does it even matter? I mean, I think that’s the Sum of All Fears, but does it even matter. It’s just some other phony baloney orchestrated, intelligence community propaganda PSYOP, major motion, picture bullshit. And I guess if you’re uncomfortable with the idea that you’re being constantly played, manipulated by some para-political PSYOP machine that we can’t even begin to wrap our head around, then, you might have a hard time with today’s interview with Recluse. Here’s a clip.
Recluse: [00:00:55] I want people to understand the techniques, especially in terms of psychological operations that are being used.
I mean, not just so you can recognize them, but so you can learn how to use them yourself, because I mean, effectively, if we are going to have a third position or we aren’t simply going to try to sway one of the two dominant positions anymore, Just take humanitarian direction, what they’re currently geared towards.
We have to understand their techniques and their methods.
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Alex Tsakiris: [00:01:20] Welcome to Skeptiko where we explore controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers, thinkers and their critics. I’m your host, Alex Tsakiris. And today we welcome Steven Snyder. AKA Recluse, to Skeptiko. Recluse is the author of a new book I have up on the screen. If you’re watching. A Special Relationship: Trump, Epstein and the secret history of the Anglo American Establishment. I also wanted to mention another great book that Steven did along with his co-host co-creator of the excellent, The Farm podcast. And that is a book titled: Strange Tales of the Parapolitical. Post-war Nazis, mercenaries and other secret history.
You can find that book on Amazon, but the other place and the real place to go to find that, and the new book that’s coming out is the VISUP blog. That, uh, Recluse does. And you can go right there to the store and it’s better for him. I mean, he gets a little bit more out of it, which we definitely want when you’re doing your own books like that.
So, if you’re unfamiliar with his work, uh, Oh, you’re in for a real treat. I mean, Recluse is very much of a deep dive kind of guy, tons of research backed up with tons of really solid references. And a lot of if only things were that simple kind of insights, which I love because that’s kind of this level three kind of stuff.
It’s never simple. It’s never one way. So it’s going to be great fun for me. I’ve been really looking forward to this one. Recluse man, welcome to Skeptiko. Thanks so much for joining me.
Recluse: [00:03:18] Yeah. Well, thanks for having me on Alex.
Alex Tsakiris: [00:03:22] So, you know, what I thought we’d do is just, uh, jump in. Why don’t you give folks a quick scan overview of those two books?
Because what I’m really hoping to do is kind of stitch stomachs, stitch some of this stuff together, particularly as it’s relating to the craziness that is unfolding on a daily basis.