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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 268
Conversation with American Krogan

177 words / 62:52

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Greg Johnson has a conversation with video commentator American Krogan, another gamer who took the red pill and has done increasingly daring political and historical commentary. Topics include his intellectual evolution, living in South America, American ethnic identity, ethnonationalism vs. imperialism, the coronavirus crisis, and more.

  1. You can find his videos on BitChute here.
  2. You can follow his Twitter feed here.
  3. Greg Johnson’s “American Ethnic Identity

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  1. National Renewal
    Posted April 10, 2020 at 4:32 pm | Permalink

    I like how you discussed the idea of self sufficiency/homesteading and the potential for building real communities including farms – this is essential to provide truth speakers a way to stay alive (eat food) when being deplatformed and demonetized.

  2. D.M. (Reb Kittredge)
    Posted April 11, 2020 at 5:24 am | Permalink

    That was good. I can appreciate his remarks about dealing with the people in Latin America. When I was in Guatemala with my girlfriend in 1989 we took local, peasant buses since that’s all there was. Once it took our bus 3.5 hours to travel 25 miles. Why? Because every 100′ or so the bus would stop for an Indian. It was too much to ask them to congregate in one place next to a sign. All this while they are rifling through your luggage on top of the bus, where they also ride–you are not allowed to have your things inside; all so they can cram more people in, standing room only. A Swiss couple was aboard, and the young man had had enough. He blocked anyone else from coming inside the packed, unbearably hot bus. He blocked the aisle and said “No mas! Get off!” I backed him up. I couldn’t deal with it much longer. We were trying to get to Tikal, but never made it. I insisted we get off at a crossroads and hitchhike to a city. When two men picked us up in an expensive car my well-traveled, Che Guevara loving leftie girlfriend was terrified, because the civil war was raging at that time. I was so beaten down I didn’t care. One of them lit a joint and passed it back to us. I was delighted, but I made mental notes about how I might respond if they stopped and attacked us. The cities were ringed by bodies, shot through the eyes by death squads, funded by the US, my girlfriend, who was doing research for a book alleged. The ride was eventless. We hadn’t rented a car because they were very expensive. In San Francisco we had rented one for about $100/week. But no, we couldn’t stay there, we had to go to her lovely trashcan countries! It was eye-opening. On my last bus ride there, I realized I had dysentery, which suddenly came over me, and I was trying to hold on. Every time I’ve been south of the border I’ve gotten it, hard as I tried to avoid it. Carrying Lomotil is a must. An Indian woman was sitting next to me, vomiting into a bag. We were actually relieved (no pun intended) when we got to Mexico because it had express buses that didn’t stop every few feet that were air conditioned. Imagine Mexico seeming a step up! I remember making up a little joke about the Mexican national bird being the fly. Sorry folks, I am bored to death here.

  3. Utgard Loki
    Posted April 12, 2020 at 6:32 am | Permalink

    Is the American south(and now the big cities up north) perhaps the Haitian revolution in slow motion?

    I haven’t read Stoddards book yet, but as I understand it, the Europeans in Haiti practiced an unusually brutal form of slavery, similar to what the moors did with Europeans in North Africa. That may be liberal apologetics for the massacres, but there is such a thing as reaping what you’ve sown!

  4. Utgard Loki
    Posted April 12, 2020 at 6:47 am | Permalink

    What I mean is, I see the sugar planters in Haiti, saint Domingo whatever it was at the time, as a small number of fabulously wealthy plutocrats, engaged in the worst type of human exploitation imaginable.
    You can do that while you can, but be prepared to die by the principles you live by when it turns that way.

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