Dr. Ricardo Duchesne – Weaving White Paradoxes | The After Party

*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. ~ We welcomed Dr. Ricardo Duchesne to The After Party, author and university professor at the University of New Brunswick who took an early retirement … Continue reading Dr. Ricardo Duchesne – Weaving White Paradoxes | The After Party

Rock & Roll and the European Soul: Now Expanded and on Counter-Currents

“White culture is Family Ties and Led Zeppelin and Guns N’ Roses – like, this is white culture. This is all we have.” –Christian Lander[1] Rock music’s descent mirrors the recent late-stage decline of confidence in the West. Yes, rock music is complicated – cue the liberals retorting with, “It’s all just black blues, man!” and certain conservatives contesting, “But it’s degenerate!” Yes, rock music … Continue reading Rock & Roll and the European Soul: Now Expanded and on Counter-Currents

Livesteam: Appearance on JF’s “The Public Space” Ep. 222

*Note this had to be taken down due to YouTube censorship. Hopefully it will re-appear on JF’s BitChute archive. I was the guest on JF Gariépy’s show, The Public Space. We discussed: -the shortcomings of universalist, globalist agendas that actually destroy meaning by destroying boundaries -the uniqueness of European civilization -the crucial importance of returning European peoples worldwide to a holistic experience of their own ethno-cultures … Continue reading Livesteam: Appearance on JF’s “The Public Space” Ep. 222

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

The Uniqueness of Western Civilization Series

What and who is a Westerner, a European? What are traits that connect ancient inhabitants of Europe to the people of today? This series of five summaries draw from the book, The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, by Ricardo Duchesne. In it, the author takes a long view of history and exposes that which remains constant underneath the regular changes and explorations that Europeans have engaged … Continue reading The Uniqueness of Western Civilization Series