Frodi Midjord on Will to Politics & Metaphysics | The After Party

  Though Frodi had been on our After Hours program to discuss his March 2019 Scandza Forum meeting, this is the first time he appeared on The After Party for an in-depth personal interview. Topics included: -Some personal  history and what drove him to activism for white wellbeing. -Differences between Scandinavian countries and the current social climates there. -The loss of will and thumos (“spiritedness”) … Continue reading Frodi Midjord on Will to Politics & Metaphysics | The After Party

After Hours: Frodi Midjord on the March 2019 Scandza Forum

Frodi Midjord joined us on this episode of After Hours to discuss the March 2019 edition of the Scandza Forum, being hosted in Stockholm, Sweden. The forum features speakers and fellowship/networking opportunities for an international audience of people who care about white wellbeing and the fate of Western civilization. It rotates amongst several Scandinavian cities. Bonus: We happened to be speaking to Frodi on his birthday! … Continue reading After Hours: Frodi Midjord on the March 2019 Scandza Forum

Livestream: Simon Harris on QAnon and Swedish Election, No White Guilt

Direct YouTube Link We welcomed well-known English-born, Barcelona-based commentator, Simon Harris, for our weekly discussion. We speak about his late turn from leftism, European identity, seeing his homeland of England change, the usefulness of getting varying perspectives, the QAnon leaks about a shadowy new world order, the recent Swedish elections, and more… — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer Opinions, thoughts, and views of guests/cohosts of … Continue reading Livestream: Simon Harris on QAnon and Swedish Election, No White Guilt

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