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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 257
Culture Jamming with Morgoth

Morgoth's Review185 words / 59:55

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Greg Johnson talks to Morgoth of Morgoth’s Review on the web, Bitchute, and YouTube about White Nationalist culture jamming, the Eternal Anglo vs. Tolkienism, Arts & Crafts, and Aestheticism, Roger Scruton, whiteness in classical and pop music, the 2019 UK General Election, the collapse of the Labour Party, Scottish independence, the sheer horror of England’s “grooming” gangs and the political establishment that enables them, and Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming movie of Dune.

  • 0:00: Introduction
  • 3:09: Morgoth’s philosophy
  • 6:30: Morgoth, Tolkienism, and organic English nationalism
  • 15:40: Implicit whiteness in classical and popular music/an anti-utilitarian counter-tradition in England
  • 24:41: Roger Scruton, music, and architecture
  • 32:44: The 2019 UK General Election, National Populism, and the collapse of Labour
  • 39:08: Scottish independence
  • 42:35: What could kill the Labour Party
  • 46:22: Will the Tories try to reverse white ethnic decline in England?
  • 48:25: The “grooming” crisis as the Achilles heel of the British political establishment
  • 57:59: The prospects for Denis Villeneuve’s movie of Frank Herbert’s Dune
  • Morgoth’s Review, the blog
  • Morgoth’s Review on YouTube
  • Morgoth’s Review on Bitchute
  • Morgoth Lives on Twitter




  1. D.M.
    Posted January 24, 2020 at 9:12 am | Permalink

    What a delightful and illuminating discussion over a wide range of topics. He is one of my favorite guests that CC has interviewed.

  2. Some White Guy
    Posted January 24, 2020 at 10:50 am | Permalink

    As much as I was looking forward to a continuation of last week’s conversation with Rich Hoack, I thoroughly enjoyed two of my favorite gentlemen, Morgoth and Greg, chatting. Excellent show.

  3. Stephen Phillips
    Posted January 24, 2020 at 5:00 pm | Permalink

    Thank you for an enjoyable discussion.

  4. Sam
    Posted January 24, 2020 at 8:57 pm | Permalink

    Great guests on the podcast lately !!

  5. Hugo Adrian
    Posted January 24, 2020 at 9:47 pm | Permalink

    I had heard blips here and there, so I knew of a Morgoth, but I had never actually watched any of his videos until a few days ago. I quite enjoyed them. It is a testament to Youtube’s algorithms that none of his videos ever showed up in my “recommended videos” list. His channel would probably have tens of thousands more subscriptions by now if the bastards weren’t screwing him over.

  6. Vegetius
    Posted January 25, 2020 at 8:41 am | Permalink

    When England is gain happily divided into many kingdoms, the House of Morgoth will reign from his seat in Tyneside and his line shall be known as Protectors of the North.

    But first the poor bastard has to show us his quality by catching a proper fish…

  7. Orcish
    Posted January 26, 2020 at 5:19 am | Permalink

    Where does Scruton discuss Losing my Religion? I would like to read that.

    All popular songs are about the IT, of course. They have no universal meaning. Losing Religion is about Bobby Fischer who was always in religious angst, similar to Tell Me All your Thoughts on Dog. Even the band names are merely “messages.” The Blues Traveler song Hook deals with this topic regarding Bobby. The scene with Anthony Hopkins in Under Silver Lake too deals with this and another critic. Otherwise not so great a movie.

    • Orcish
      Posted January 26, 2020 at 5:25 am | Permalink

      That said, if one understands the context, the lyrics are poetic and meaningful. The reality gives them an urgency and mystery that arises to a strange beauty, but it’s only accessible to the few

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