UnSpun 043 – “Dr. Hans Utter – Hegemonic Discourse of the Mushroom God”


Aired October 18-19, 2016. Joe Atwill is out sick, and Jan Irvin and Dr. Hans Utter have a great discussion.

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  3 comments for “UnSpun 043 – “Dr. Hans Utter – Hegemonic Discourse of the Mushroom God”

  1. Pamela Seley
    October 25, 2016 at 12:22 pm

    Great stuff. The amount of information is overwhelming. I agree with Hans, the movie “Carrie” is psychological warfare and one of the most vicious movies ever made. It has worked its destruction on the collective psyche for decades. American pop culture’s purpose is to create psychopathy in people who may not come from psychopathic homes. The net has to be cast wide. Instead of instilling high ideals of compassion it has to be eroded by dumbing people down by schooling and get them on psycho-drugs, and creating the consensus that high art and aristocratic culture and traditions are something to be reviled. There is no doubt that American pop culture is narcissistic, if not psychopathic.

    Your dialogue makes the point that human beings are impressionable and suggestible and psychopaths in charge know this very well and why they went directly to adolescents whose brains are not yet fully developed.

    I don’t take the Nobel Prize for Literature seriously. It could be worse, Stephen King could have won the prize.

    Fortunately, I missed the Grateful Dead movement and didn’t know who they were until the late 80s while working for a rich boss whose son was a dead head. He came in one day looking like a hippie directly from Woodstock and stunk up the place, too. Maybe he was dosing his dad’s morning brew with a little something because this was one of the more paranoid people I had ever worked for as he was imagining things were going on in the office that weren’t taking place. I wish I knew then what I have learned now from your presentations — we are all victims of this mind control, and I could have had more compassion. At the time, I regret I didn’t. I just thought he was a lunatic and got the heck out of there.

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