Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 453 The Counter-Currents 12th Birthday Celebration, Part 1Counter-Currents Radio
We at Counter-Currents celebrated our 12th birthday on last weekend’s broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, which was a four-hour all-star streamathon with many of our writers, friends, and some ordinary readers who decided to get involved, and they answered listener questions. The first half is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:01:46 Introducing Laura Towler and Marcus “The Golden One” Follin
00:3:43 What advice to do you have for starting and promoting partisan business projects?
00:12:56 What productivity tips do you have?
00:16:20 What happened to freespeechlibrary.com?
00:19:11 Introducing Jim Goad and Tim Murdock
00:20:26 Do you ever get tempted to say “I told you so!”, and about what?
00:28:39 Is there anyone who was a nationalist, and then became a Leftist, and then tried to come back?
00:30:12 What is your take on Evan McLaren leaving the movement?
00:34:09 Are rallies an effective political tactic?
00:38:45 Introducing Millennial Woes
00:40:50 What are your favorite Ridley Scott films?
00:47:14 How do you deal with toxic people?
00:56:00 Introducing Nick Jeelvy and Friedrich
00:57:21 How did you discover Counter-Currents?
01:02:14 Isn’t someone like Putin really what we want?
01:07:22 What is your view on the relationship between Romania and Moldova?
01:10:46 If you could be any other kind of European ethnicity, what would you be?
01:13:24 Introducing Anthony Bavaria and Morgoth
01:15:29 What is the effect of office jobs on our health?
01:22:55 If you could be any other kind of European ethnicity, what would you be?
01:28:33 Introducing Cyan Quinn and Mark Collett
01:32:01 On activism and community organizing
01:37:14 What does Cyan do at Counter-Currents?
01:47:41 On the importance of having children and being parent-activists
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For the record, I think NJP’s rallies in Waukesha and most recently Fargo were net positives for white identity politics.
One could argue that associating these anti-White murders with explicitly pro-White activists could diminish public sympathy for the victims. You can just hear the media claiming, “White supremacists are using these random, non-racially motivated tragedies to divide us.” I disagree with this type of criticism.
The truth is that without such activism these black-on-White crimes would be cast down the memory hole. NJP puts the racial element of these crimes front and center. In one respect, their approach to optics shines a spotlight on these events that might not otherwise occur. As they say, there’s no such thing as bad publicity, especially when it comes to exposing the normie public to how little White lives matter to blacks, the media and the political class.
Robert Wallace is right: we should use these despicable assaults to animate a civil rights movement for Whites. NJP’s approach is one strategy. Now let’s add to that and refine it.
Again, happy twelfth to cc!
I wish Dr. Greg would elaborate on his love of Eliade. I admit I was unaware of him, but after on the previous stream you guys talked about his and Schmitts interpretation of Bosch, which I liked, I looked up the article from the Portugal journal to read it. Apparently there was a rage for the esoteric symbolism in Bosch during ww2 Deutschland. They think there were secret societies with systems of symbolism, emanent in Bosch. You can actually find the fraegland book they speak of online. Very interesting.
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