Jay Dyer Vs. Adam Kokesh Debate Tonight: “State or No State?”

Jay Dyer versus Adam Kokesh in a 2 hour formal setting of position, response, on the hosted by Spearhead Transmissions, Live-Streamed on YouTube.com and Audio via Alternate Current Radio Network. Stream or download full audio here. Purchase my book here. To support my work, become a member at JaysAnalysis for 4.95 a month, or 60.00 a year, for my full talks…

Trump, Post-Modernism, Paradigms & Debating Worldviews

Jay Dyer returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his piece “Why I’m Finally Converted to Pro-Trump.” We talk about how Donald Trump’s election may represent a genuine challenge to globalism and to the entire Enlightenment mythos. Later we discuss Jay’s lecture on Seraphim Rose’s prophetic work Orthodoxy & the Religion of the Future –…

Jay Dyer on Tragedy & Hope 1: Bankster Revolutions (Half)

It’s time! The first lecture series to cover the entirety of Dr. Carroll Quigley’s immense Tragedy & Hope. Here in part 1 we cover the banksters’ scams leading up to World War I, including gold certificates, how revolutionary ideals of classical liberalism were in fact bankster ideals, how false flags and a planned assassination led…

The Liberal American World Order: Prof. Alexander Dugin on JaysAnalysis

Prof. Alexander Dugin is an author, lecturer and former advisor to Vladimir Putin.  He was gracious enough to speak with me in this in-depth philosophical discussion that covers a wide range of topics, including: The origins of modern liberalism in the Enlightenment era, the problems of atomistic individualism, the anti-metaphysical stance of Anglo-saxon and Scottish empiricists,…

Non Serviam – Anarchism as a Dialectical Subversion Tool

By: Jay Dyer The appeal of anarchism is understandable, especially in our day of what seems to be spectacular corruption on the part of members of the establishment.  In the online-fueled furor of Ron Paul’s libertarian surge in 2008, those left hanging in the wake of Campaign for Liberty’s ability to change nothing were looking…