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Check out three recent Greg Johnson appearances on YouTube:

With Carolyn Emerick on why cultivating civil disagreement is essential to a metapolitical movement

With J. F. on Zee Pooblic Space on why white advocates can’t shy away from talking about whiteness.

Some casual, unstructured conversation with Millennial Woes on Big Cat Kayla’s A Comfy Tangent, where we spend the first two hours talking about music — and the last 45 minutes talking about the movement.


  1. Posted July 24, 2018 at 3:35 am | Permalink

    Hello Dr. Greg Johnson:

    I know that you probably didn’t like Harold Covington and Harold didn’t like you. I was able to get along with both of you because we ain’t eating or producing the same bowel Movement slop. I also believe that ex-whiggers will have an ethnostate — Ten Thousand of them, in fact for all possible kinds of White People. I think you’re a Warlord like Harold was. Both you and Hrold have popularized thoughts of an ethnostate.

    However, Harold died last week of heart disease and Andy Donner, his right-hand man revealed this last night.

    Harold Armstead Covington, September 14, 1953 to July 17, 2018

    Anyways, I think both of you love our People and are not ZOGbots. And our bowel Movement is most akin to raising pigs who fight over the slop trough than anything else, so I’d appreciate if you could pour a little libation of slop into s slightly unused trough somewhere on Counter-Currents and I’ll have to endure any bitching.

    Thanks & Hail Victory !!!

    Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt
    Church of Jesus Christ Christian / Aryan Nations of Missouri

  2. Carefull
    Posted July 25, 2018 at 10:39 am | Permalink

    Greg, you like Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk, and did not mention Redshift?

    Sure you must have heard (and liked) them!

  3. Muhammad Aryan
    Posted July 26, 2018 at 2:49 am | Permalink

    Apropos “With Carolyn Emerick on why cultivating civil disagreement is essential to a metapolitical movement”:

    As much as I revere Greg’s work, his uncritical citation of Naipaul puzzles me. Why did the 7th-century Islamic hordes not demolish the ruins at Persepolis, Ur, Palmyra, and Giza? Why did the Ottomans not desecrate the Acropolis when they occupied the Greek lands? Why did the zealot Mahmud of Ghazni, who incessantly marauded the Indo-Gangetic plain, leave the Buddhist statues in Bamiyan undefiled?

    What could be the plausible explanation?

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted July 26, 2018 at 3:11 am | Permalink

      They destroyed far more than they left. But we are supposed to thank them for what they did not ruin. No thanks.

      • Muhammad Aryan
        Posted July 26, 2018 at 4:07 am | Permalink

        Indeed, there was considerable devastation. They altered the whole bloodline of North Africa and the Middle East. What else could one expect from a band of brigands?

        Still, why did a movement borne out of an intensely anti-pagan/idolatrous regime choose to leave all these magnificent monuments intact?

        • E
          Posted July 26, 2018 at 4:56 am | Permalink

          Perhaps because they wanted to govern their new territories and had to make compromises with the conquered population? Even communists left a couple of church buildings intact. Destroying everything that people value provokes uncontrollable opposition.

  4. E
    Posted August 2, 2018 at 2:11 pm | Permalink

    I only listened to about 5 minutes of the “unstructured” music podcast, forgive me if some of these were mentioned:

    Best recent discovery:
    Jon Hopkins – Emerald Rush

    Guilty pleasures:
    Michael Kiwanuka – Love & Hate (What’s left of this epic song if we subtract all the white stuff from it?)

    Ando Drom – Csi lav tu (Hungarian Gypsies. Explains the impossibility of “Roma integration”. But note how they stand on their own feet. They don’t need white people’s stuff. They are chandala, but still Indo-European.)

    Favorite of the Week:
    Vanotek feat. Eneli – Tell Me Who, Back to Me (Romanian pop)

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