Update #2: Knud Eriksen sent us two additional interviews that will be aired tentatively Tue., Jul. 5, and Wed. Jul. 6.
Update #3: To the best of our knowledge, all available audio is now posted and all links are working.
In a two-day private seminar on religion and politics, held in Aalborg, Denmark, on May 28, and May 29, Dr. Tom Sunic, Dr. Kevin MacDonald, Dr. David Duke, Dr. Helmuth Nyborg, Dr. Alexander Jacob and Dr. Christian Lindtner gave speeches on the subject of the crisis of modern civilization. The conference, under the title “Revolt against Civilization,” was organized by Dr. Lindtner of the Danish Society for Free Historical Research [Danish: Dansk Selskab for Fri Historisk Forskning; Web site: DSFHF.dk]. The audience consisted of guests from all parts of Europe.
Left to right: Dr. Tom Sunic, Dr. Alexander Jacob, Dr. David Duke, Dr. Helmuth Nyborg, Dr. Kevin MacDonald, and Dr. Christian Lindtner
The Voice of Reason Broadcast Network is proud to broadcast these speeches the week of Jun. 20-25. The speeches were as follows:
Dr. Tom Sunic interviews world renowned Catholic scholar, author and rebel Dr. E. Michael Jones. The subject matter of this lively discussion and interview are religious hoaxes and modern political hoaxes. Dr. Jones gives us his take on the “Medjugorje hoax,” a place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, considered one of the holiest pilgrim place for many European and American Catholics. What are the political implications? Do not miss it!
On Saturday, the Voice of Reason Broadcast Network streamed the speeches live at the Council of Conservative Citizens conference in Jackson, Mississippi. Special thanks goes to Jamie Kelso for arranging these broadcasts.
The speakers included:
Journalist, President of the New Century Foundation, and editor of American Renaissance
Attorney and CEO of the Council of Conservative Citizens
Dr. Tomislav Sunic
Former professor of political science, diplomat for the Croatian government, author, and radio show host
In this episode, Dr. Kevin MacDonald joins Tom for a discussion on “identity”: what it is, the psychology of identity, and identity politics.
Tom and Kevin, leading lights among those who advocate for the political organization of European-derived peoples around the world, are long-time friends and knew each other when Tom taught at Cal State Long Beach. This is a thought-provoking show that shouldn’t be missed!
A high-quality version of this broadcast archive can be found here.
Edgar J. Steele returns this week with a provocative Nickel Rant entitled “We’re All Terrorists Now,” in which he examines the most recent assault upon personal rights and liberties, this time by the federal government and the State of Missouri, who now claim that:
You are a terrorist if you defend the US Constitution.
You are a terrorist if you oppose gun confiscation.
You are a terrorist if you oppose illegal immigration.
Flying an American flag can make you a terrorist.
Oppose abortion? You’re a terrorist.
Support Ron Paul? You’re a terrorist.
Vote for Constitution or Libertarian Party candidates? Yep, you’re a terrorist.
Listen in and find out how America’s War on Terror has morphed into a War on Americans.
VoR radio host Peter Schaenk returns Wednesday, November 19, 2008 with an interview with a special guest: psychology professor and author Kevin MacDonald.
Kevin MacDonald is a professor of psychology at California State University-Long Beach, best known for his use of evolutionary psychology to inform his study of Judaism as a “group evolutionary strategy”. MacDonald’s most controversial claim is his assertion that a suite of traits that he attributes to Jews, including higher-than-average intelligence and ethnocentricism, have been eugenically derived throughout history to enhance the ability of Jews to out-compete non-Jews for resources while undermining the power and self-confidence of the white majorities in Europe and America.
MacDonald was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and raised in a traditional Roman Catholic family. He entered the University of Wisconsin-Madison and became an activist in the anti-war movement from about 1965 to 1975. It was during this period that he came into contact with the East Coast Jewish background of the radical leftist movement then shaking the Establishment of America. Much later, during the 1990s, when he was formulating his idea of ethnic groups sustaining themselves with group evolutionary strategies, he began to reflect on his experiences during those days as an activist in “the movement”, in which he was in regular contact with an ethnic group that had relatively little history in the upper Midwest America of which he was a part. These reflections sparked his interest in Jewish intellectual and political movements.
MacDonald became a philosophy major and lost his radicalism. He embarked on a career as a Jazz pianist, but by the late 1970s had abandoned it in favor of academia. While in graduate school, he became attracted to E.O. Wilson’s theory of sociobiology.
MacDonald is also the author of seven books on evolutionary psychology and child development. He received his B.A. in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1966, and M.S. in biology from the University of Connecticut in 1976. He earned a Ph.D. in 1981 (Biobehavioral Sciences) from the University of Connecticut.
Since assuming his position at Cal State–Long Beach, his research has focused on developing evolutionary perspectives in developmental psychology and personality theory, the origins and maintenance of monogamous marriage in Western Europe, and ethnic relations (human group evolutionary strategies). He is the author of more than 100 scholarly papers and reviews.
The books MacDonald is most known for are his trilogy on Judaism: A People That Shall Dwell Alone, Separation and Its Discontents, and, his most popular and most controversial, The Culture of Critique. A collection of MacDonald’s essays in book form, Cultural Insurrections, has been published by The Occidental Press. I have posted the links to all of these books below.
The global market is “full of oil” and rising crude prices are being
artificially driven by forces trying to further their geopolitical
aims, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday.
“While the growth of consumption is lower than that of production
and the market is full of oil, prices continue to rise and this
situation is completely manipulated,” Ahmadinejad said in his address
to a U.N. food summit in Rome.
Without naming countries, the Iranian leader said “hidden and
unhidden hands are at work to control the prices mendaciously to pursue
their political and economic aims.”