Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 390 The Writers’ Bloc with Nick Jeelvy & Joel Davis On the Post-LeftCounter-Currents Radio
On the latest installment of The Writers’ Bloc, Nick Jeelvy hosted Joel Davis to discuss his recent triumph against the so-called post-Left and what can be learned from the struggle, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:08:00 Christianity and race realism
00:30:00 A conflict with the post-Left
00:50:00 Palace economy
01:00:00 The State and technological progress
01:09:00 Guarding political boundaries
01:17:00 Most Tradcaths are converts
01:29:00 Who is behind the post-Left?
01:47:00 Amy Therese
02:13:00 Jews share the fate of whites
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