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The Stark Truth 
Robert Stark Interviews Alexey Dzermant

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Alexey Dzermant is a nationalist writer and activist from Belarus associated with the metapolitical website

Topics include:

  • The history and identity of Belarus
  • The misrepresentation of Belarus by globalists
  • Belarus and Russia
  • Paganism in Belarus
  • Christianity in Belarus
  • The Islamic threat to Europe
  • The need for a “Great North”: a geopolitical federation of European nations
  • Guillaume Faye
  • Alexander Dugin



  1. me
    Posted September 17, 2012 at 4:26 am | Permalink

    Just wondering if there’s an English version of their website

  2. rhondda
    Posted September 17, 2012 at 5:01 am | Permalink

    I do like the meta political idea of the North.

    FYI: if you put a /en after you will get an English translation.

    • me
      Posted September 17, 2012 at 11:14 am | Permalink

      Thank you. It appears about 3 sections are in English – the home page, Symbology page, and the Team page. The rest is in Cyrillic.

  3. Sutton Who?
    Posted September 17, 2012 at 2:51 pm | Permalink

    This is a fascinating interview. Robert Stark is to be commended for finding so many interesting people. He has to be one of the hardest-working people in our general milieu. Thanks Robert!

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted September 17, 2012 at 2:57 pm | Permalink

      Yes, I agree. Robert Stark is a huge asset. Week after week, he expands our world by tracking down all sorts of people of whom I had never heard, but who are fascinating. I was particularly struck by Anthony Migchels’ interview. I always look forward to his next interview.

      • me
        Posted September 17, 2012 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

        Indeed. I’m very glad that Robert Stark found Anthony Migchels and posted his website url here. I really enjoyed that website as everything made sense.

        Robert should interview Ellen Brown.

        • Greg Johnson
          Posted September 17, 2012 at 11:22 pm | Permalink

          He did interview Ellen Brown. It is up at VoR.

  4. UFASP
    Posted September 17, 2012 at 8:47 pm | Permalink

    The best feature about Mr. Stark’s style is that he doesn’t schmooze (like say, Charlie Rose). He keeps the interview very content-based and so each session is loaded with details. I’m looking forward to hearing this one.

  5. daniel
    Posted September 17, 2012 at 11:29 pm | Permalink

    I found Alexey Dzermant’s diplomacy to be expert.

    Belarus has suffered millions of casualities in wars with Russia and at the hands of its Jewish element. To this day, their culture and language is being eclipsed by Russian hegemony.

    Nevertheless, Dzermant transcends one-sidedness and manages to keep a balanced perspective in favor of the overall White perspective.

    He maintains an accurate and balanced view of Russia, The U.S., Jews and Europe.

    He shows similar incisive tact and diplomacy with regard to Lukashenko.

    He does as well with pagan – Christian relations.

    I expected him to be scathing of Christians. Instead, he used utmost diplomacy, setting the heat of the conflict aside with keen observations; and on behalf of defending our mutual interests.

  6. Tottori
    Posted September 18, 2012 at 9:16 pm | Permalink

    I really enjoyed this podcast.

    Ever since I read this excellent article about Belarus by Matt Johnson on Tbe Occidental Observer I’ve been very interested in Belarus.

    It’s startling (but not surprising) how simple minded our government is towards Belarus- we actually label them “outpost of tyranny”! …Whatever that means (Probably because they don’t put internationalist interests high enough in priority for George Soros).

    There’s a huge advantage in waiting to pursue the modern political ideas -democracy, capitalism, liberalism, international finance – because you can learn from the mistakes of other countries. The point being that when the political system is finally unraveled it becomes very difficult to change. It could turn out great when the interests of the people are generally placed above internationalist interests like Japan/China or bad when they’re not like western Europe/America/Canada etc.

    I’ve talked with a few Belarusians and they also have mixed views of their government. I hope they learn from the mistakes of America/Western Europe and go a different path- at least more similar to various East Asian governments when it comes to immigration/public-finance/national-values (Singapore, Japan, China, etc.). The one thing Europe doesn’t need is another country that has a value system rooted in politically correctness, is economically internationalist with a plutocratic elite, has mass immigration, and holds government pressured multiculturalism as the nations unifying culture.

  7. daniel
    Posted September 19, 2012 at 3:11 am | Permalink

    “Ever since I read this excellent article about Belarus by Matt Johnson on Tbe Occidental Observer I’ve been very interested in Belarus.”

    Tottori, lets not go to another extreme. Perhaps Mr. Dzermant could not be perfectly candid about Lukashenko – who is definitely not as popular as Matt Johnson surmises; and not completely popular for some good reasons – not only as Soros, Corporate and CIA backed instigation, as Johnson has portrayed Belarusian nationalist dissenters; but because there are indeed, truer forms of Belarusian patriotism.

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