This Weekend’s LivestreamsThe Writers Bloc, The Political Cesspool, & Interview with Ethan RalphGreg Johnson
This weekend, Greg Johnson will appear on three livestreams:
Saturday, August 22, at noon PST, 3:00 PM EST, 21:00 CET, Greg will join Fullmoon Ancestry and Nicholas Jeelvy on The Writers Bloc on Dlive: https://dlive.tv/Fullmoon-ancestry. Topics include the launch of the National Justice Party, James Lawrence’s “Embrace the Blackpill,” and YOUR QUESTIONS on Entropy.
Saturday, August 22, at 5:30 PM PST, 8:30 PM EST, Greg will appear on James Edwards’ The Political Cesspool to discuss the National Justice Party and the very idea of third parties. https://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/
Sunday, August 23, at noon PST, 3:00 PM EST, 21:00 CET on the Counter-Currents DLive channel: https://dlive.tv/Counter-CurrentsOn the next Counter-Currents Radio livestream, I am going to interview a giant of the alternative media, Ethan Ralph of the Killstream. Ralph first came to prominence during Gamergate. During the peak of internet bloodsports on YouTube, Ralph’s Killstream had 15 to 20,000 live listeners on every show. But Ethan Ralph is not really center stage on his shows, so I want to make him the focus and learn more about the man himself. You can also share YOUR QUESTIONS on Entropy.
These livestreams are not just to inform and entertain. They are also fundraisers.
If you wish to send paid chat donations to Counter-Currents, please go to our Entropy page and select “send paid chat.” Entropy allows you to donate any amount from $3 and up. You can also enter a comment or question. All comments and questions will be read and discussed in our upcoming livestreams.
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