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Robert Stark Interviews Siryako Akda

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Robert Stark interviews Philippino writer Siryako Akda about his article “Post-Westphalian Nationalism and the Restart of History” and related matters.


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  1. Greg P.
    Posted August 5, 2013 at 11:28 pm | Permalink

    Glad to see another Stark Truth installment. An interesting discussion as always.

  2. Posted August 6, 2013 at 12:20 am | Permalink

    Great interview.

  3. rhondda
    Posted August 6, 2013 at 7:36 pm | Permalink

    In the 60’s the hippies said ” hey man, let’s go live off the land and commune with nature.”
    Then it was intentional communities and organic farming
    Then co-op condominiums with rooftop gardens.
    Now it is “lets create cohesive organic communities called transition towns to preserve our race and culture.”
    Who is catching up to whom? Maybe this is facetious, maybe not. I would just like to remind all the right wing survivalists out there that the hippies wrote a number of books on how to live off the land that rival anything written today. I pick them up at book sales all the time. The implicit spirit of the white race is evident in all of them. Who else does this? Or more specifically, what other race even thinks of this? — to put in a book what they have learned. This is not even to mention those who survived the depression. I have an old scrapbook of my grandmother’s with newspaper clips of frugal tips. We need to tap into our own historical memories, not another race’s analysis of us.

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