Host Stan Hess discusses the importance of Welf Herfurth’s book
A Life in The Political Wilderness. Topics include:
Activists focusing on bread-and-butter issues;
Activists focusing on a proper discussion of race–that implies a revolution in philosophy vs P.C.;
Activists focusing on maintaining the economic position of the middle class.
Keith Preston discusses the concept of tribal anarchism. Topics include:
The origins of the political philosophy of anarchism and its critique of the state as a uniquely and inherently parasitical institution;
The three major traditions within anarchism: the leftist-socialist tradition, the Anglo-American libertarian tradition, and elitist-individualist “anarchism of the right”;
The many different sects and tendencies within anarchism and how the meta-political theory of tribal anarchism allows for a synthesis of these divergent strands;
How anarchism might work on a practical level and how common objections to the anarchist viewpoint might be answered;
How anarchism properly understood is a polar opposite political philosophy to the prevailing totalitarian humanist ideology of the existing Western ruling classes;
Why the Left is currently a greater threat to anarchism than the Right and how “political correctness” is a continuation of the tradition of authoritarian leftism associated with Marxism.
In his November 1939 Reader’s Digest article, Charles A. Lindbergh wrote words that host Jamie Kelso thinks to be the best statement of our mission: “We band together to preserve that most priceless possession, our inheritance of European blood.” This is the theme of Kelso’s May 24, 2012 radio show.