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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 288 Mark Collett
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 277
Counter-Currents Birthday Livestream, June 11, 2020
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On Thursday, June 11, 2020, Greg Johnson celebrated Counter-Currents’ 10th birthday with a three-hour livestream. This is the recording. Guests include:
- Kevin MacDonald
- Jim Goad
- Sam Dickson
- Mark Weber
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 258
A Conversation with Laura Towler
Greg Johnson talks to English video-maker, writer, and activist Laura Towler about her work and ideas. Topics include:
- 0:00: Introduction
- 3:25: Laura’s intellectual/political journey
Mark Collett, the longtime British movement veteran and popular political activist and author, speaks about National Populism — what the establishment thinks it is, as opposed to what it actually is — at the recent Scandza Forum conference in Copenhagen. (more…)
The Scandza Forum Returns to Copenhagen
Last Call for Tickets!
On Saturday, October 12, 2019, the Scandza Forum is returning to the Danish capital after our successful event there in September 2018. Only two weeks remain until it happens!
As usual, we give you an all-star line-up of speakers: (more…)
What to do about Tommy Robinson has long been a moral quandary for the Dissident Right. The purist position was, “No, the guy is a narcissist conman controlled by Zionist Jews” – which no one on our side really disputes.
This is the video of Mark Collett’s talk at the Scandza Forum that was held in Stockholm on March 30, 2019. Mark Collett is a political activist and author from Great Britain who has been actively involved in the nationalist movement for nearly two decades. He was formerly the youth leader and Head of Publicity for the British National Party. (more…)
Counter-Currents Editor-in-Chief Greg Johnson was a guest on Mark Collett’s This Week on the Alt Right (he joins 49 minutes in). Topics include Faith Goldy’s bid for Toronto mayor and Tommy Robinson’s release from jail.
Counter-Currents was also mentioned in a New York Times opinion piece on eeevil “racist” science fiction. Read it here at Archive.is.