Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 438 Ask Me Anything with Greg JohnsonCounter-Currents Radio
Last weekend’s Ask Me Anything on Counter-Currents Radio with Greg Johnson is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:36 What do you like in New York?
05:59 What is your favorite Decameron Film Festival episode so far?
06:38 What are your thoughts on the Coach Red Pill saga?
15:46 Who is really in charge in the Biden administration?
21:48 How important is economics in understanding history and politics?
30:20 What are your thoughts on the Libs of TikTok controversy?
37:27 What is the most important thing you learned from Richard Spencer?
38:04 Why are you willing to platform people like Ted Sallis, Keith Woods, and Joel Davies?
43:55 Are disagreements about the Russo-Ukrainian War worth dividing the movement over?
50:59 On professional commentators who treat politics like a game
52:07 Listener comments
57:35 Closing remarks
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Hey, dr gj, which secret garden did Woes recommend? There are many different productions in different years.
In my small home town in Ireland, our government has resettled a large number of Ukraine refugees. I was surprised to see that some were mixed race European & African admixture which would suggest that the current Ukrainian government was taking their country in a pozzed direction. I smell a rat in the Ukrainian government whatever one can say about the Russian one. I think the Ukraine has been chosen as a battle ground by the major powers and the Russian decision to invade it is more to do with the wider geopolitical situation than imposing his version of civic nationalism. I hope the conflict ends fast and as few as possible casualties and the best outcome for the white race happens whatever that might be.
A friend of mine from a middle-class family who grew up in a largely working-class town near NYC always looked down on his High School classmates for only going to the Big Apple for: 1.) rock concerts, 2.) buying porn in Times Square (this was before the internet), 3.) buying weed, and 4.) slumming. Although there are scores of cultural institutions in New York, his cohorts had no interest in and no experience with any of them. I understood where my friend was coming from. I find that people who have limited cultural sophistication are perplexed about the attraction of New York for so many people. Having said that, I am not mindlessly devoted to defending New York against its critics. While it has fine cultural institutions, beautiful remnants of 19th century architecture, cosmopolitan influence (United Nations headquarters, international influence in the arts, etc.), worldly and expensive shopping, art galleries, rare and antiquarian bookstores, and so on, it also has polarized race and class realities, e.g., wealthy elitist Whites living near, but apart from, impoverished hostile minorities. The subways are unsafe, grimy and sightings of rats are common. Tom Wolfe’s book “The Bonfire of the Vanities” captures the reality of New York very well. While the appeal of NYC cultural attractions goes over many people’s heads, the grime, congestion, and danger are easily understood by all.
Why is Joel Davis an obnoxious person? What did he do?
He’s rude and abrasive in his interactions with people.
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