Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 351: State of the Movement RoundtableCounter-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:
- 00:00:00 The state of the movement
- 00:35:00 Favorite fictional hero
- 00:39:00 Most valued traits in friends
- 00:46:00 Biggest regret
- 00:50:00 Favorite Clint Eastwood movie
- 01:00:00 Nationalism vs the EU
- 01:19:00 White pills
- 01:21:00 Can Jews support white nationalism?
- 01:29:00 A hereditarian Left
- 01:35:00 Juneteenth
- 01:43:00 Do you have a will?
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Remembering Oswald Spengler (May 29, 1880-May 8, 1936)
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Remembering Louis-Ferdinand Céline (May 27, 1894–July 1, 1961)
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State of the movement was a really good topic, and I’ve been noticing it too, but I’ve mainly noted(or thought there was)an intellectual doldrum. It seems to me the intellectual quality has fallen down somewhat, in that there are fewer articles overall and those seem to avoid controversial topics where race and ethnicity are concerned. The articles seem lukewarm, and not terribly far from alt lite type stuff. Particularly, I get this idea from the Unz feature articles, which now seem sometimes to reach back several days, show a predominance of giraldi(who is one good last man standing), and a tendency to feature thinkers I consider second tier, whereas in the past there was so much good stuff from varied writers that I couldn’t keep up with it all. It’s good to know actual readership is increasing, but to me there seems to be an intellectual doldrum. I suspect it has to do with subterranean factors and persecutions that we are not privy to, Bitcoin theory type stuff. Also, the comment threads seem much shorter than in the heyday, I dunno. Perhaps people are black pilled about trump’s defeat too—that may be another factor.
Surely present company are excluded.
Oh of course, I wouldn’t be reading otherwise. Also, Greg hood is doing some good podcasts.
I also had the thought, maybe it’s in me, you know, I’ve read everything for a long time and it’s harder to impress me now, idk.
Speaking for myself, I haven’t toned anything down. If there’s anything in particular you’d like to see from me, drop me a suggestion and I’ll see if I can deliver.
No, no, I’m not trying to influence, just observing. Like I say there may be real reasons behinds certain things. @greg, I really liked that will Durant book story of philosophy too. If you read widely in him you can see he is very red pilled.
Exactly who owns these foundries that are pumping out figurative Bronze statues of blacks? It’s worth doing a deep dive and to inverview some of the foundry owners. Get a photograph of the workforce while at it. I’d guess it is either outsourced to China or there’s grizzled middle age white metallurgists doing it. Would like to know. Casting bronze is no joke.
If you’re talking about statues produced for african countries, then some Romanian anon on /pol/ might’ve had an answer. According to him, it’s a North Korean foundry, but the artist is a Romanian who used to work on similar projects in communist Romania. Later, he emigrated to France where he now resides and managed to get back on the gig once those african states started looking for modernist statues of blacks in heroic poses.
Chow Ches Qu’s final revenge?
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