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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 235
Rich Houck on 7-11 Nationalism

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Greg Johnson talks to Rich Houck on 7-11 nationalism, nostaglia, the loss of nice white spaces, white privilege as anti-white hate speech, and how to turn the world around.

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  1. ia
    Posted June 13, 2019 at 3:26 pm | Permalink

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  2. Vagrant Rightist
    Posted June 15, 2019 at 7:55 am | Permalink

    Absolutely agree with your guest.

    One of the most important real world markers of quality of life is the basic stuff you encounter day-to-day. When you’re constantly experiencing the appalling habits of blacks, Muslims and other groups in your proximity, when just going to the store becomes a nightmare, where you feel totally isolated because other whites are boxed into their own selfish and passive worlds as consumers with that fake wigger trance look on their faces to make themselves appear in step with diversity, you are living in a truly broken world.

    The one issue he didn’t mention, which I thought he was going to, is when blacks are actually working in stores, which these days simply means those blacks on the street hanging around convenience stores are actually employed to work in them.

    At what point did capitalism think this was a great idea ? When you purchase something it should either be a pleasant or a neutral experience, but it’s become a seething ugly unpleasant experience, dealing with some surly resentful negro behind the counter. If I see a black is serving somewhere I will often walk out.

    I’ve been dealing with the 7-11 problem most of my life. You can never truly adapt to it because you will always wake up as a white person, with white ideals and white expectations, and these are hard-wired.

  3. Cranberries
    Posted June 15, 2019 at 3:09 pm | Permalink

    This episode did not appear in my podcast RSS feed. Neither did 230 or 231, and 233 is duplicated. Please put a little time into correcting the feed and make an RSS link prominent in all podcast posts. This is really important to gain listeners, since Counter Currents is apparently not listed (and would probably be censored if it were) in major podcast directories. An MP3 link is OK but does not work well for my (and likely many others’) podcast-listening habits. For me, it opens in a different app by default that does not remember progress and lacks convenient controls to adjust playback speed.

  4. R_Moreland
    Posted June 28, 2019 at 1:28 am | Permalink

    Might also peruse videos of Rhodesia under the Ian Smith government. You see orderly and well kept city streets and backyard BBQs which might have been the USA during Whiter times.

    It was on the Beitbridge bus up from Pretoria on the road to Salisbury, 1977, that I got involved in a conversation with some other White people. The gist of it was that while in South Africa you might have had a lot of (black) perpetrated crime, and in Rhodesia you had that pesky communist insurgency, there was always a sense of order.

    In Salisbury and Bulawayo you could come to a full stop in your rental vehicle at a traffic light without concern you were going to be carjacked. Granted, there were certain areas the discerning traveler was warned to avoid, but then that was true of America’s inner cities of the same era and of today’s No Go Zones throughout Europa. Just about the only full auto weapon I could recall seeing within Salisbury’ city limits was a Sterling submachinegun slung over the shoulder of a civilian taking the family shopping. I stopped once on a remote road to assist a woman with a flat tire. She had a revolver, but consider the level of armament you see among Americans today who wish to defend themselves against “the criminals.” Surely there could not be an insurgency in progress in 2019 America?

    In White ruled Rhodesia and South Africa, everyone knew both consciously and unconsciously who was in charge. It was that Nietzschean will to power thing. This is what is behind the nostalgia for 7/11 Nationalism, a time when there was not so much “law” as there was “order.”

    Another word for this is normalcy.

    Obviously, you had all sorts of crime back when the USA was 90% White and 10% other races. Look at the demands for a “war” on crime starting with at least the 1960s, and the popularity of movie series like Death Wish and Dirty Harry. People saw something was amiss even then. 1987 was right at the time when the war on drugs was kicking off, when paramilitary police were kicking in doors on the nightly news, when the prison-industrial complex became a boom industry.

    US crime rates did go down at that time because more criminals were being locked up and potential malefactors deterred by heavy handed law enforcement tactics. But the war was being lost as demographics shifted. And more recently, the elites of Western countries are acting contrary to the interests of their own people under the prevailing ideologies of globalism and anarcho-tyranny.

    The point of this digression is that when YT respects himself and his own civilization, everyone else gets into line. Why? Because they can live authentic lives.

    True in Rhodesia. True in South Africa. True at a convenience store in 1987 America. Something to think about when you have to lock-and-load just to get that oversized sugary drink at midnight…

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