Jefferson Lee and the European Report | The After Party

Speaking with Jefferson Lee about his trip to Hungary (first time in Europe), what he saw, what it made him reflect on.   Direct YouTube Link     — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer Opinions, thoughts, and views of guests/cohosts of shows on which I appear do not necessarily represent my opinions, thoughts, and views. My appearance on other shows/podcasts/channels does not necessarily represent sympathy, … Continue reading Jefferson Lee and the European Report | The After Party

Conversation with Semiogogue: The Many and the Few

  Discussing the paradox Westerners face in their own nature on Semiogogue’s channel.   Direct YouTube Link Also on Semiogogue’s Bitchute    — 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 platform or channel under my control, the appearance of guests … Continue reading Conversation with Semiogogue: The Many and the Few

Jordan Peterson

Recently, Jordan Peterson has indicated that the individual and the individual alone is the force that combats the evils of the world. He’s also questioned the notion of “whiteness” and stated that only those who have accomplished nothing in their own lives are proud of their race. A map linked to below shows that individualism is most developed in European founded/derived nations. Yes, this demonstrates … Continue reading Jordan Peterson

Religion is Play for Adults? My Recent “Religious Experience”

(Direct YouTube Link) My most personal video yet. This reveals an integrating and inspiring experience I had, using that story as a way to discuss the meaning and purpose many people yearn for today. I overlay Jordan Peterson’s idea of child’s play onto M. Scott Peck’s four stages of spiritual development to arrive at a notion that may prompt you to see mankind’s use of … Continue reading Religion is Play for Adults? My Recent “Religious Experience”

The Prosperity Paradox– Escaping Apathy

“If you can cut the people off from their history, then they can be easily persuaded.”– Karl Marx How do we escape the cycle of having our prosperity and comfort in the West/European civilizations lead to weakness and vulnerability? This is a sentiment being raised by many sources, one that is crucial to consider. I’ll just provide a general response to that question here, as … Continue reading The Prosperity Paradox– Escaping Apathy