Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 334 Greg Johnson, Millennial Woes, & Fróði MidjordCounter-Currents Radio
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On this episode of Counter-Currents Radio, the regular roundtable of Greg Johnson, Millennial Woes, and Fróði Midjord discuss current events and answer listener questions. Topics discussed include:
- 00:01:00 The Decameron Film Festival
- 00:06:00 Has the death of an artist affected you deeply?
- 00:13:00 The death of Prince Philip
- 00:27:30 The relevance of National Socialism in the future of race realism
- 00:39:00 Katie Hopkins’ question about Jews
- 00:54:00 Favorite painters
- 01:01:00 Tucker Carlson
- 01:16:30 Improving agency
- 01:26:00 Bitcoin
- 01:34:00 How to avoid the black pill
- 01:44:00 How to overcome the need for a parental figure
- 01:49:00 The Covid vaccine
- 01:52:30 What to do when someone wants to commit suicide
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