Direct YouTube Link On the anti-Western extinction rebellion climate cult, doxxing, and audience questions. Continue reading Extinction Rebellion is a Fraud | Going Free
*Due to the nature of social media video platforms where I and my colleagues deal with regular censorship and de-personing, please see the Shows and Vids pages on this site for any updates, especially if you are seeing broken links on this current post. Josh Neal returned to The After Party to speak on what he’s learned by doing so many interviews on his channel, No Apologies. Topics … Continue reading Josh Neal – Pointedly Contemplative | The After Party
DELETED BY YOUTUBE on July 12, 2019! It was taken off of the No White Guilt channel, where it originally aired. I uploaded an archive recording to my BitChute. — John Q Publius runs the site The Anatomically Correct Banana, hosts the podcast, The Cocktail Hour and co-hosts The Third Rail. Much of this episode developed from the question, “what are the measures of a healthy … Continue reading John Q. Publius on Philosophy and Socio-Politics| The After Party | BANNED by YouTube!
A conversation on current politics with Laura Towler of Defend Evropa, No White Guilt, and me. From the November 9 2018 episode of The After Party. Direct BitChute Link Continue reading Statesmen & Radicals, Not Politicians | Clip from THE AFTER PARTY Livestream
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After taking in some recent YouTube debates, I’m starting a series that articulates the basics regarding a nationalistic, identitarian, pro-European stance. This video breaks down some fundamentals about the old collectivism vs individualism question. Continue reading Morality of Nationalism 1: The Individual and Collective Question
Enemies at the gates, traitors from within…is it self-indulgent to be advocating for new arts and culture right now? This is the fourth of five videos based off a recent livestream I participated in. The first three vids were about “cultural and aesthetic red pills.” This one and the final one take a more positive stance on the role arts and cultural creation, and … Continue reading Is Now Not the Time for Cultural/Artistic Creation?