7/11/2018 Livestream: Poseidon, No White Guilt

Direct YouTube Link Getting an on-the-ground perspective of the European migrant crisis with Poseidon, who lives in Greece. We also discuss nationalism and camaraderie among the Western people around the world. — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer: Opinions, thoughts, and views of guests/hosts of shows on which I appear do not necessarily represent my opinions, thoughts, and views. When an interview is conducted on any … Continue reading 7/11/2018 Livestream: Poseidon, No White Guilt

Our Culture is Our True Refuge

  *Previously titled “Four Houses.”  Thanks to Way of the World for the name suggestion.  —- Natural: We’re Westerners, we build Western houses in our Western way. Other houses may seem nice to us, or maybe not, but these Western houses are ours to cherish and defend. They are the most beautiful to us and we thrive best in our houses. Universalism: We alone know … Continue reading Our Culture is Our True Refuge

7/4/2018 Livestream: Greg Johnson of Counter Currents, No White Guilt

Direct YouTube Link Dr. Greg Johnson, founder and editor-in-chief of website counter-currents.com and the publishing house of the same name, joins us on the “After Party” Livestream. We discuss America’s European roots and identity on this July 4th special, as well as broader analysis of European identity and solidarity in an increasingly hostile environment. — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer: Opinions, thoughts, and views of … Continue reading 7/4/2018 Livestream: Greg Johnson of Counter Currents, No White Guilt

Conversation with Semiogogue: The Many and the Few

Direct YouTube Link *Please note YouTube link may be privated for a few months in mid 2018 as Semiogogue received 2 strikes on his channel. In that case, it can be viewed on Bitchute (please subscribe to us there anyway): https://www.bitchute.com/video/9RAWOy9spR4/   Discussing the paradox Westerners face in their own nature on Semiogogue’s channel. — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer: Opinions, thoughts, and views of … Continue reading Conversation with Semiogogue: The Many and the Few