Re-Casting the Rule Breakers, The West’s Achilles’ Heel & More | Learning in Public 7

  Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct BitChute Link Direct YouTube Link   *Video begins at 4:50 time stamp, as we put up an initial standby graphic when going live in order to let the live viewers receive notifications on their social media accounts and gather in the live chat.   ~Topics included~ -How type/class in the social order is … Continue reading Re-Casting the Rule Breakers, The West’s Achilles’ Heel & More | Learning in Public 7

Discussing Martin Sellner & The Matrix | After Hours

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link Direct BitChute Link   Jason and I start by discussing Jason’s recent video where a doctor in Texas states that eliminating whites would be a better way of ensuring people take vaccines. This prompts a discussion on the twin white traits of freedom (the natural urge to resist tyranny, which perturbs this … Continue reading Discussing Martin Sellner & The Matrix | After Hours

The Matrix | Guide to Kulchur | Outside Appearances

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   During the coronavirus lockdown of spring 2020, Frodi Midjord decided to create the “Decameron Film Festival,” where he hosted many figures to review and critique films through our lens.   Jason and I joined him to speak of themes in The Matrix, discussing the conceptions of freedom that our people … Continue reading The Matrix | Guide to Kulchur | Outside Appearances

Greg Johnson on his book | TAP

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   Greg Johnson, editor-in-chief of the Counter Currents website and publishing house, joins us to discuss his newly released book. The book is a distillation of Greg’s thinking to date. For those unfamiliar, it may surprise and will certainly challenge the mainstream, propagandized portrayal of European-descended peoples who want to protect themselves and … Continue reading Greg Johnson on his book | TAP