Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 287 Ethan RalphCounter-Currents Radio
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Greg Johnson talks to Ethan Ralph of the Killstream about the 2020 US Presidential elections, Ethan’s work, and your questions. Topics include:
- 00:00:00 Introduction / Ethan’s background
- 00:07:00 Views on Trump and the election
- 00:27:30 Bloodsport between historical figures
- 00:29:40 AF and the National Justice Party
- 00:41:00 When Ethan came back to YouTube in 2018
- 00:43:45 How does Ethan stay on good terms with so many people?
- 00:48:30 How to deal with haters
- 00:52:00 Do you remember Alison Prime?
- 00:54:30 What European countries do you recommend visiting?
- 01:00:00 What’s your favorite kind of dog?
- 01:06:00 When did the US government become anti-white?
- 01:11:15 Ethan’s early days in 2016 and the alt-lite
- 01:17:00 The CIA and social engineering
- 01:19:15 Sargon
- 01:25:00 De-platforming and final words
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