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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 322
Ask Me Anything
with Greg Johnson

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On this episode of Counter-Currents Radio, Greg Johnson answers listener questions submitted through DLive and Entropy.

  • 0:00:00 The Nick Fuentes vs. Patrick Casey controversy
  • 0:08:30 Patrick Le Brun
  • 0:10:30 Reply to James Lawrence
  • 0:18:30 Moldbug’s idea of “formalization”
  • 0:21:45 Favorite teachers
  • 0:25:00 The “Bitcoin fairy”
  • 0:30:00 Trump’s acquittal
  • 0:38:00 “Under Cover with the Alt Right
  • 0:45:20 Horror films, vampire films, Trevor Lynch on the Twilight Saga
  • 0:48:45 The intro and outro music
  • 0:51:00 Who gets to vote in the ethnostate?
  • 0:54:00 Interviews with journalists

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4 Comments

  1. Posted February 17, 2021 at 6:28 pm | Permalink

    On the one hand, Greg criticizes people in our movement who opt out of politics (or who refused to vote for Trump or other lesser-of-two-evils Republicans) as playing a losing game. On the other hand, he praises disaffected white voters in Georgia who, he claims, punished the GOP and gave the two Senate seats to DEMs, saying that such “mad-men Trump voters” who forgo their short-term interests and scare the GOP wield real power.

    Is this inconsistent?

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted February 19, 2021 at 3:09 am | Permalink

      No, it isn’t inconsistent.

      Not voting at all is dumb. Voting as a bloc to punish establishment sellouts is exercising political power.

      Trump voters are an actual political bloc, and the GOP establishment now fears and caters to them. This is how things move in the right direction.

      Guess who has zero credibility with this huge bloc of voters? Biden voters. People who dismissed claims of election fraud. People who branded Stop the Steal as a grift. People who cheer on the persecution of the Capitol protesters.

      Wignats who claim they are the “5%” who prevented Trump’s reelection are not a voting bloc. They are frauds. They are engaged in the same fraud as the wignats who claimed they “memed Trump into the White House” in 2016.

  2. Cicada31
    Posted February 18, 2021 at 5:37 am | Permalink

    That’s interesting about the Bitcoin theory. Basically I understand the speaker as saying in so many words that it is correct, but it was more the stick, ie the having their domain seized, than the carrot of the Bitcoin bribe that influenced them. Why did they seize daily stormer’s domain in response to Charlottesville? They were not directly involved in organizing it were they, at least not in a major way? Also what does it mean to seize someone’s domain? Could they do this to anyone, even Unz? Even if you have your own server? Why wouldn’t they just get their own server? It’s a fascinating subject.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted February 18, 2021 at 6:12 am | Permalink

      No, you have misunderstood. I reject as a baseless slander that the donation was a “bribe” to begin with.

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