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The Sunic Journal: Speech to the CofCC in DC

June 15, 2010

In a speech given to the local chapter of the Council of Conservative Citizens in Washington, DC, on Fri., Jun. 4., 2010, Tom discusses:

  • The term “identity”: Its meaning and why it has replaced older terms such as “pride”
  • Multiculturalism: Its roots in victimology-based identity and why it is doomed
  • Other topics addressed in a casual discussion with the audience

13 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 55 min.

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8 Responses to “The Sunic Journal: Speech to the CofCC in DC”

  1. weston on June 18th, 2010 8:12 pm

    We are all looking for something to identify with.

  2. Spike Angew on June 19th, 2010 12:05 am

    So many Cambodians around here too Doc Sunic not just in Paris. I don’t think we’ve had to many intellectuals a few probably. I’ve met a few who also claim to have Chinese descent as well.

    “No raising the dead” and stop immanoentizing the eschatology.

    I hope you weren’t suggesting that that the Turk is European (aka FIFA rules). That would go against centuries of Christian understanding of the Turk. It occupies traditional European terrain but a Turk as such is not European. J. Bond refers to the modern Turk as dark, ugly, neat little offical.

    Post-Modernity and deconstruction can walk over a trip wire.
    Derb mentioning last week The Two Minute Hate from 1984. As a metaphor for the international communities round condemnation of Israel.

    Does Kostas Mavrakis have a website? Could he be invited on the Sunic Journal?

  3. Spike Angew on June 19th, 2010 12:24 am

    I do believe that most Aegean muslims and Black Sea muslims actually Turks by blood. The Turks upon arrival weren’t nearly as numerous as the population who land they would occupy in Anatolians. They old Anatolian aristocracy always gave the Basiliathes trouble. The on the other hand the Turkish clans usurped Romaioi land and posed a existential threat to the Empire of the Romans.

  4. Spike Angew on June 19th, 2010 2:12 pm

    Mention of the Turks produces a trangential battery of thoughts in my mind. I don

  5. Spike Angew on June 20th, 2010 1:44 am

    Without having checked, I would have said you were farther South than D.C.

  6. Spike Angew on June 20th, 2010 12:55 pm

    I don’t feel entirely comfortable with intellectuals like Nietzsche and Evola finding defense for the western character in the spiritualism of the far east all the while rejecting the near eastern insights.

  7. abraxas on June 20th, 2010 10:57 pm

    @Spike “I don’t feel entirely comfortable with intellectuals like Nietzsche and Evola finding defense for the western character in the spiritualism of the far east all the while rejecting the near eastern insights.”

    That’s becasue they didn’t. They found more defense for the “western character” or as it should be called the Aryan (yes the Arya of ancient Indo-European vedas, caste systems, regality etc) spirit in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. It should be noted that it was only selected elements of the early forms of these eastern spiritual traditions (formed by whites) and Not the devotional and mystical nonsense of their later periods that these authors noted upon carried by the later racial aboriginals.

    Evola didn’t completly reject the “near eastern insights” (i.e, christianity) outright either, but rather commented on their higher aspects that were carried by the Roman-Germanic Holy Roman empire. But once the Aryan element is removed from the eastern cult of christianity, it reverts back to its feminine outcast, egalititarian, humanistic and subversive roots.

  8. Spike Angew on June 27th, 2010 8:33 pm

    What’s happened to the speech Doc Sunic gave in Ontario? I listened to Doc Sunic’s speech at the American Third Party very good. I thought Weber’s speech was a bit at odds with Sunic’s and MacDonald’s opinions.

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