Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 409 Robert Stark on His New Novel VaporforniaCounter-Currents Radio
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Host Greg Johnson invited Robert Stark (his Substack is here) to join him on the last broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio to discuss his new novel Vaporfornia, plus of course current events and your questions, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:10:00 Literary influences
00:12:00 Nostalgia for lost futures
00:16:00 Political themes in the book
00:24:00 Living in California
00:26:00 How to save California
00:42:00 Multiculturalism on the Right
00:58:00 Background knowledge for the book
00:59:00 The Nick Fuentes subpoena
01:04:00 Covid conspiracies
01:18:00 Learning about enclaves from South Africa
01:21:00 Latinos vs. blacks in California
01:22:00 Jordan Peterson’s resignation
01:33:00 How to redpill people
To listen in a player, click here. To download, right-click the link and click “save as.”
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