Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 462 The Best Month Ever on The Writers’ Bloc with Cyan QuinnCounter-Currents Radio
Cyan Quinn was host Nick Jeelvy’s guest on the latest broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc, and together they celebrated the Best Month Ever at Counter-Currents by reviewing a selection of published articles from the auspicious month of June.
Topics discussed include:
00:01:30 Fourth of July is Juneteenth for white people and July is White History Month
00:07:30 Who is Cyan Quinn?
00:15:00 Kathryn S., “Perilously Fair: Reflections on the Ladies of the Lake”
00:18:30 How Nick’s interest in history led him to white identitarianism
00:19:30 How do we resurrect the energy and sacredness of femininity in the modern age?
00:24:00 It’s important for women to have their own spaces, and the onus is on modern women to become less feminine
00:26:00 Ideology is the poor man’s religion
00:31:00 Women are drawn to traditional gender roles because it’s more natural; the state raising children instead of parents
00:36:00 Historically, women would work and would be guided by men
00:40:00 The unnaturalness of the industrial society and its effect on family
00:42:00 Why it is important for children to learn how to work
00:46:00 Cyan speaks about the fall of Seattle
00:50:00 The story of when Cyan got doxxed by antifa and how it backfired
00:53:00 The KOMO News documentaries “Seattle is Dying,” “The Fight for the Soul of Seattle,” and “A Tale of 3 Cities”
01:01:30 Stephen Paul Foster, “Blackness, Fatness, & the Great Replacement at Target” and “The Great Reimagining”
01:10:00 Modern corporations and woke compliance measures apart from traditional profitmaking
01:14:00 Mike Lindell, the My Pillow guy, and MyStore as an alternative to Amazon
01:18:00 Cyan on whether Counter-Currents has ever considered billboard advertising
01:21:00 The new Imperium Press documentary “Why Capital is Woke”
01:24:00 James Dunphy, “Male Relationship Fantasies”
01:27:00 How Nick feels women are attracted primarily by mastery in men
01:29:30 Weak men are sexually dysfunctional
01:32:00 Nick disagrees with James Dunphy and says don’t settle for a low-IQ women
01:34:00 Cyan weighs in on following your instincts and gut reaction in finding a mate
01:40:00 Greg Johnson, “Why Environmentalists Should Have Large Families”
01:43:00 We fight the Great Replacement by encouraging others to leave rather than outbreeding them; Greg Johnson, “Restoring White Homelands”
01:48:00 Liberalism is deeply parochial; the discomfort of people with repatriation and ethnic cleansing
01:50:00 Greg Johnson, “Remembering Martin Rojas”
01:54:30 Aquilonius, “Self-Improvement or Societal Improvement?”
01:57:00 The importance of loyalty, being an example for your family, and exercising
02:00:30 Blake Masters speaking openly about “It’s black people, frankly”
02:05:00 New feature: Commissioning your own article at Counter-Currents
02:06:00 Closing remarks
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