Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 381 The Writers’ Bloc with Nick Jeelvy, Travis LeBlanc, & Thomas SteubenCounter-Currents Radio
America First is shaking itself apart. Groyper wails on groyper in a bloody brother war. The Writers’ Bloc has therefore convened a panel of expert groypologists. Join Nicholas R. Jeelvy and Counter-Currents writers Mark Gullick, and Thomas Steuben as they discuss these recent happenings.
Topics discussed include:
Nick Fuentes and the Groypers
Does America First still have potential?
The hierarchy in America First
Culture War Criminal
Technical issues with America First
Incels who pretend to be Catholics
Being loud about Catholicism
Criticism against Fuentes
Will America First splinter?
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I can only speak for myself but in my opinion this content is beneath you, I couldn’t listen for more than 20 minutes. I don’t care about Groyper wars or Baked Alaska and I have no idea who Beardson or CWC are. I don’t mean to be critical as I am a great admirer of this site and the podcasts but my hunch is that I’m not the only person who doesn’t give a shit about Groyper wars.
Next week it’ll be a dry and cerebral discussion of psychopathy as it relates to politics, so you might prefer that.
I’m not interested in Groyper Wars either. When I think of “America First” I think of Charles Lindbergh and not these punters.
However, I do strongly think that it’s important to stay abreast of movement news and gossip. There is nothing that we should not be able to talk about and to debate.
Transparency and authoritative candor is the pro-active way to control rumors and to shape the propaganda.
Plus, there are always new things to learn. I had to look up “Shoegaze,” LOL.
I agree with a lot of what Thomas had to say, but CWC is garbage. He has the opposite of IT factor, he has anti-IT. I think Nick sensed that and said let’s trash this guy. May be harsh, but he is right to do that. If had some decently charismatic people around him to replace Baked and Beardguy, he might do it. But you can’t win with nerds larping like they are founding fathers.
Rhythm is the foundation of music and so black music has something to contribute to the universal cannon. That said, rap is itself even alien to black culture because Jews invented it by co-opting an essential element of black music, their sense of rhythm, and turned it into accented jibberish.
I heartily concur with whoever it was who suggested here that shoegaze be celebrated as our ownmost genre of musical expression. It, along with the German electronic music of the 70s (Kraftwerk, Neu, TD), is extraordinarily beautiful and captivating — completely free from the degeneracy and ressentiment of African slaves that infects popular music. The whole genre, from its progenitors — Cocteau Twins, Echo and the Bunnymen (circa Heaven up Here), The Cure (~Seventeen Seconds)– through to its perfection with MBV’s Loveless, Slowdive, Swervedriver (despite “Girl on a Motorbike”), Catherine Wheel, Dino Jr., and on to worthy contemporaries (Pia Fraus, Film School, etc.) — strikes me as utterly sublime — indifferent to the degradations of the reigning slave morality. Please say more about what you like about shoegaze.
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