Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 372 Greg Johnson, Jim Goad, & Thomas Steuben on America’s DeclineCounter-Currents Radio
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Saturday’s episode of Counter-Currents Radio, in which Greg Johnson was joined by Jim Goad and Thomas Steuben to discuss current events, including the decline of the US military, Mark Milley’s treason, the California recall, and the late, great Norm MacDonald, is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:02:30 America and China
00:22:00 No fault divorce
00:36:00 Unite the Right and Patriot Front
00:44:00 Nicki Minaj
01:22:00 Mark Milley
01:46:00 9/11 Commemoration
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Nation-building in Afghanistan was probably not going to work because nations function best when the people have an average IQ over 90 and shared race, ethnicity, and language. Afghanistan is a hinterland of mostly of sub IQ 90 people having different races (Mongoloid Hazara and Uzbeks vs Caucasoid Pashtuns and Tajiks), most ethnic groups having populations elsewhere, and different languages. Plus, many of them organize relations according to tendentious or fake ancestries.
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