Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 450 The Latest Ask Me Anything with Greg JohnsonCounter-Currents Radio
Last weekend’s Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson on Counter-Currents Radio is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:55 Question about the relationship between government, democracy, and the elites
07:20 Do Europeans in Europe have an advantage over European-Americans because they can claim to be on their native land? Greg Johnson’s essay “The Autochthony Argument.”
10:46 What is the code of conduct for White Nationalists?
13:11 Are you reading any books for fun?
15:18 Which historical figures do you most identify with?
16:55 What are your thoughts on capital punishment?
20:29 Should people who wear track pants in public be stoned to death?
22:02 When do you lie?
26:59 Of all the people from the old Alt Right who have disappeared, who would you most like to see return?
28:13 Update on old question about Ukraine
28:42 Listener comments and commentary on Hieronymus Bosch
30:47 Greg reads his essay “The Paranoid Style in White Nationalism”
46:33 Commentary on when conspiracy theories are truthful
50:20 Listener comments on conspiracies, paranoia, and skepticism
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Notes on Strauss & Husserl
The Honorable Cause: A Review
George Friedman’s The Next 100 Years
Remembering Oswald Spengler (May 29, 1880-May 8, 1936)
Euthanizing the Homeless? It’s a Start
Remembering Louis-Ferdinand Céline (May 27, 1894–July 1, 1961)
The Dakota Territory’s Indian Wars During the Civil War, Part 2
Euthanizing the Homeless? It’s a Start
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Someone asked which Dissident Right figure you’d like to see back in the limelight. Here’s my recommendation: Alex Kurtagic. His “Masters of the Universe” speech is really foundational for the movement.
Honorable mention for the Uhuru Guru and the crew at the old South Africa Sucks website (SAS). They were among the first to glom on to the reality that since Whites were now on the “outs” in the Rainbow Nation ™ they could be as outrageous as they wanted to be. SAS did much to set the trend for the ensuing Dissident Right.
Ho! Stupendous! I don’t know if I agree about lying to ones enemies, although I agree it’s tempting. The ethical problem is that it’s a slipppery slope. How do you define an enemy outside a literal state of war? Does Spencer deserve this treatment in your opinion, for example? Many of my friends and associates lie about and harm me, and when I explore why, it will have been about some slight they projected or read in to something I had said, meaning I had not wronged them but that they were attacking me for personal feelings of inadequacy or jealousy. Or cases of being able to dish it out but not take it in return, at the worst! My point is, you can find an excuse to regard anyone as an “enemy” if you want as a matter of convenience.
I saw Temptation of Saint Anthony as well! What did Schmitt say about it? What was the book you read it in again?
I really enjoyed Christopher Cantwell…
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