Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 128
Interview with Martin Webster, Part 2
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On April 10, 2015, Greg Johnson interviewed veteran British nationalist activist Martin Webster in London. Topics discussed include:
- Factors contributing to the decline of the National Front after the 1979 General Elections
- John Tyndall’s departure from the National Front and the emergence of the British National Party
- Pink Floyd’s The Wall
- Rock Against Racism
- The British Race Relations Act
- The importance of taking a long view and managing expectations to sustain radical parties
- Webster’s life after the National Front
- John Tyndall’s loss of control of the BNP to Nick Griffin
- Nick Griffin and the decline of the BNP
- The importance of constitutions for political movements
- The importance of explicitly defining one’s political goals
- The non-negotiable status of repatriating non-whites
- The necessity of opposing international finance and globalization
- Sidney Lumet’s Network
- Why racialists are the true defenders of diversity, biological and cultural
- His reply to mainstreamers and moderators
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