Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 374 Greg Johnson, Richard Houck, Gaddius Maximus, & Thomas Steuben on How to Respond to Being Called “Racist”Counter-Currents Radio
On last Saturday’s episode of Counter-Currents Radio, Greg Johnson was joined by Counter-Currents authors Richard Houck and Thomas Steuben, as well as voice performer Gaddius Maximus, to hold an “argument clinic” on how to respond to the charge of “racism.” The topic was also the subject of Aylmer Wedgwood’s recent article, “What Do You Say When Someone Accuses You of Racism?” The broadcast is now available for online listening and downloading.
Topics discussed include:
00:02:00 Wedgwood’s article
00:06:00 “I’m not a racist.”
00:25:00 “Yes, I’m a racist, but racism is good.”
00:37:00 “You are the real racist.”
00:48:00 “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”
00:56:00 Race-realist research on IQ and crime
01:10:00 Dismissing the concept
01:36:00 Go on the attack.
01:50:00 Treating the R-word like blacks treat the N-word
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