Call for Transcripts
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Counter-Currents has produced or become the curator of a large number of audio and video recordings over the years. Some of these have already been transcribed, but many have not. Having these important documents available in multiple formats allows us to reach as wide an audience as possible, and transcripts also make it easier for these materials to be discovered during Internet searches than they would be by existing only in audio/visual form. We’ve been very fortunate in that many fans of Counter-Currents have generously volunteered their time to help us in producing transcripts of these recordings, which we are still in the process of posting. We would be very grateful for your assistance. Most especially at the moment, we need a transcript of Greg Johnson’s recent talk in Sweden, “Uppity White Folks and How to Reach Them” (reserved). Besides that, we have one lecture by Greg on Aristotle’s Ethics (assigned) and an entire series of his lectures remain on Plato’s Republic. Please contact us at [email protected] in order to reserve a particular recording, and we will let you know if it is still available and send you a link to the audio file. Your help is greatly appreciated!
British Sculpture, Part II
British Sculpture, Part I
Deconstructing Dugin: An Interview with Charles Upton, Part 1
Le national-populisme est là pour rester
Robert Stark Interviews Charles Krafft
Tonight’s Livestream: Greg Johnson & Fróði Midjord on Network
Charles Krafft at the 2015 London Forum
Welcome to Our New Site
Youtube does that automatically when you upload a video. You can download later the transcript after the video is processed.
Do you want to help the Alphabet corpse to train its systems? Google and Youtube are not your friends. In any case, AFAIK, this site is banned by them, and their transcriptions remain poor.
I hope to be in a situation to help by spring of next year, in the meantime have a pile of tax documents and other bureaucratic matters, on top of an overload of work, so I know this is not the place to reply, but was mainly replying to the naive O.P.
As an aside, one of the funniest and most stupid stories I read in the last week or so was from AmConMag (pretty sure that was the source). This was was from a former tenured scholar at NYU.
He re-tweeted a post about a student, who, when asked about preferred pronouns, replied ‘His majesty’.
I LoL’d at that.
The scholar lost his job, but after a period of psychological and bureaucratic torture, received good retirement funds.
However, the ‘preferred pronoun’ bullshit seems to be just asking for it along those lines, and anybody subjected to it should reply with an ecclesiastical, noble, or royal title.
His eminence, your eminence, etc.
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