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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast 137
Getting to the Tipping Point
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This is the audio of my talk in Stockholm on September 26, 2015. I misspoke during the section on Milgram’s experiment. The destination city was Boston, not New York, and I conflated the number of people between two individuals with degrees of separation, when in fact degrees of separation = number of intervening people + 1. I corrected these mistakes in the transcript. There is also a YouTube audio only version of this talk here.
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I like to hear your voice.
Actually, you’re one of 2-3 people in the WN scene that I find really listenable.
I appreciate the growing focus on practical guidance, on how to become a white interest advocate, and resist the following storm. I am myself trying to prepare myself to become more of an advocate myself. Many of my friends have contrary views to mine, and I am sharpening my points and arguments by discussing with them. But meeting the professional hategroups and inquisitioners is a whole different game. So I for my part really enjoy, and need these practical advises and book recommendations. I also think it is important to feel part as a new movement or vanguard to stand the hardship, so the work you do of networking and bringing nationalists together is indispensable. Thank you.
I second the points of Dane and Alberto. They are related points. Greg Johnson, like Jared Taylor and Richard Spencer, understand that this movement needs gentlemen and sophisticated advocacy. I myself for example am a former leftist, and am still not quite WN, but listening to reasonable and intelligent people like these gentlemen has definitely helped move me toward the new/alternative right. To Dane’s point, I think there remains a large gap to address in developing practical guidance across a wider spectrum of positions. For example, identifying practical activities and arguments appropriate to engaging with mainstreamers at different stages of receptiveness to questioning mainstream assumptions.
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