Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 458 Gregory Hood & Greg Johnson on Burnham & MachiavellianismCounter-Currents Radio
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Gregory Hood was host Greg Johnson‘s guest on the latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, and they discussed James Burnham and Machiavellianism, the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court, and answered YOUR QUESTIONS, and it is now ready for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:02:12 On the overturning of Roe v. Wade
00:04:12 Summary of Greg Johnson’s essay “Abortion and White Nationalism”
00:07:43 Do abstract rights exist?
00:12:00 “Leftists deserve this”
00:14:15 The Left’s reaction to the decision
00:17:05 What can White Nationalists learn from this?
00:29:58 Which President would benefit our cause more, Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis?
00:32:31 Burnham and Machiavellianism
00:33:08 Principle 1: An objective science of politics is possible
00:37:54 What’s the difference between political science and political philosophy?
00:40:40 Principle 2: Political science is the struggle for power
00:52:09 Principle 3: The laws of politics cannot take people’s words at face value
00:57:31 Principle 4: Logical action plays a minor part in political change
00:59:44 Principle 5: The most significant political division is between the rulers and the ruled
01:03:42 The Left assumes they’re losing while the Right assumes they’re winning
01:15:05 Principle 6: Historical and political science is the study of the elite
01:15:26 Principle 7: The primary aim of every ruling class is to maintain its own power
01:15:53 Principle 8: The rule of the elite is based on force and fraud
01:23:19 Do elites really try to maintain power?
01:32:29 Is artificial intelligence evil?
01:35:49 Will the overturning of Roe v. Wade result in a landslide vote for the Democrats?
01:40:56 Was the overturning of Roe v. Wade a false flag?
01:45:17 What is your favorite Arnold Schwarzenegger movie?
01:47:08 Will Trevor Lynch review The Batman or Jurassic World: Dominion?
01:50:54 Will the Democrats try to pack the Supreme Court?
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I don’t see abortion as anything other than a mother killing her own child. But since the disproportionate use of this means by Black women kept their numbers down, I was ok with it. I guess that makes me a Machiavellian.
One possible benefit of erasing Roe v Wade is the intensifying of the alienation between Red and Blue states, which may increase the likelihood of secession/partition and which could help our cause.
The trick will be to have enough Red state White conservatives see clearly that abortion, gay marriage, trans worship and gun control cannot be separated from hatred of our race.
Great podcast. Many topics – much to consider. I’m OK with legalized abortion, within the first trimester. That’s a reasonable compromise. It’s a form of birth control, and is good for eugenics.
The 1973 Roe-v-Wade and 1992 Planned Parenthood-v-Casey decisions, however, were an abuse of power. Under the real Constitution, SCOTUS has no say on the matter. I’m glad the current SCOTUS has finally repealed them, and allowed the Constitution to operate legally again.
This will provoke Antifa and the Democratic Party to extreme violence, which is their default response to any setback. This will help the Republican Party in November
Greg Hood is a genius, no doubt, but Greg Johnson deserves credit too for “driving him to it.” Say, would dr j have any info on Chris Roberts’s true cause of death?
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