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New Right Radio: Bryan Clough on the Kent-Wolkoff affair

December 6, 2010

Tyler Kent

Bryan Clough, the author of several books and articles dealing with computer virus writers, credit card fraud, banking and the activities of MI5 during World War II, gave a speech entitled “The Kent-Wolkoff affair” (based on his book), at the 6th meeting of the New Right, on Feb. 18, 2006. Topics include:

  • The Right Club, a staunch anti-Communist organization, and its infiltration by MI5 under Maxwell Knight;
  • The activities of Tyler Kent, an American diplomat, and Anna Wolkoff, the daughter of an Russian Imperial admiral;
  • Kent’s whistle-blowing of Lend-Lease and the correspondence of Churchill & Roosevelt;
  • The show trials of Kent, Wolkoff, and William Joyce (“Lord Haw Haw”), and what Clough’s research reveals.

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New Right Radio: Jonathan Bowden on Hans-Jürgen Syberberg

November 29, 2010

Jonathan Bowden

Jonathan Bowden gave a speech entitled “The Films of Hans-Jürgen Syberberg: Leni Riefenstahl’s Successor?”, at the 14th meeting of the New Right, on Apr. 5, 2008. Topics include:

  • Syberberg’s life, cinematic work, and artistic style;
  • Syberberg’s best known film is his lengthy feature, Hitler: A Film from Germany.
  • Comparisons to Leni Riefenstahl.

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New Right Radio: Adrian Davies on Ways & Means

November 22, 2010

Adrian Davies

Adrian Davies, chairman of the United Kingdom Freedom Party, gave a speech entitled “Ways and Means”, at the 13th meeting of the New Right, on Jan. 12, 2008. Topics include:

  • The negative impact of non-White immigration into London;
  • The “worse is better” theory;
  • Political expediency vs. ideological principles;
  • Structuring the nationalist movement to move forward.

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New Right Radio: Jonathan Bowden on Martin Heidegger

November 15, 2010

Jonathan Bowden

Jonathan Bowden gave a speech entitled “Martin Heidegger & Death’s Ontology”, at the 6th meeting of the New Right, on Feb. 18, 2006.

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Announcing New Right Radio

November 12, 2010

The Voice of Reason Broadcast Network is pleased to announce a new program, New Right Radio, which will consist of a series of speeches given at both current and past meetings of the New Right in London, England. The show will run weekly Monday 10 to 11 PM, Eastern U.S. time, starting November 15, 2010.

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The meetings of the New Right have featured speakers such as Jonathan Bowden, David Irving, Norman Lowell, Kai Murros, Michèle Renouf and Tom Sunic and many other notable thinkers, writers, authors, and activists.

About the New Right

The meetings of the New Right are organized by Troy Southgate. The New Right is active on Tumblr and YouTube.

New Right in London, Oct. 23, 2010: Jonathan Bowden

October 30, 2010

The New Right held their 29th meeting in London, England on Sat. Oct. 23, 2010. This is a speech by Jonathan Bowden entitled Savitri Devi: Daughter of the Black Sun.

Other speeches from the same event:

The New Right is active on Tumblr and YouTube.

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New Right in London, Oct. 23, 2010: Tom Sunic

October 30, 2010

The New Right held their 29th meeting in London, England on Sat. Oct. 23, 2010. This is a speech by Tom Sunic entitled Schopenhauer and the Perception of the Real or Surreal Postmodernity.

Other speeches from the same event:

The New Right is active on Tumblr and YouTube.

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New Right in London, Oct. 23, 2010: Martin Webster

October 30, 2010

The New Right held their 29th meeting in London, England on Sat. Oct. 23, 2010. This is a speech by Martin Webster entitled Justice for Palestinians IS a Vital British National Interest.

Other speeches from the same event:

The New Right is active on Tumblr and YouTube.

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New Right in London, Oct. 23, 2010: Norman Lowell

October 30, 2010

The New Right held their 29th meeting in London, England on Sat. Oct. 23, 2010. This is a speech by Norman Lowell entitled Implementing the Imperium.

Other speeches from the same event:

The New Right is active on Tumblr and YouTube.

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