How White racism is dead and is it time to disband the term “racist“;
Rise of European nationalism and a disscusion on radical vs moderate rhetoric;
Interacial sex and personal rankings of girls by ethnicity;
Racist “game” and the need to use humor.
Richard Smith is widely known and universally feared as the author of the race realist/ethnonationalist/cat enthusiast/secret Zionist/surrealist website Unamusement Park. He enjoys clam bakes, race wars, and French girls.
The Old Right means Fascism, National Socialism, and other national-populist movements, which are the pre-eminent attempts to restore traditional hierarchical social forms within the context of modernity. Fascism and National Socialism were not merely reactionary, rear-guard resistances to modern egalitarianism by partisans of corrupt hierarchies. They represented a genuinely revolutionary impetus to restore vital, archaic, hierarchical values within the context of modern science, technology, and mass society.
Robert Stark interviews returning guest Greg Johnson. Topics include:
Jim Goad is the author of four books, including The Redneck Manifesto. He is the former editor of “ANSWER Me!” magazine and currently hosts JimGoad.net. Though many people find him to be beneath contempt, he sincerely claims he doesn’t know what the big deal is. At various points he has found employment as a radio host, a country singer, and a cabdriver. He lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia and writes for TakiMag.
Integralism recognises that the present system of parliamentary democracy does not serve the interests of the people or long term stability of the nation, but does serve the interests of international finance. By sowing division — through such things as: liberal capitalism, which is entirely focused on individual greed; cultural Marxism, which does not recognise an individual’s unique qualities blinded by a dogma of ‘equality’ we are all the same; cultural friction due to mass immigration — we remain divided and conquered. The age of exploitive and wasteful mass consumerism for the benefit of powerful international corporations remains the norm for this unlucky generation.
Robert interviews Frank Borzellieri. Topics include:
The termination from his position as principal, and his ongoing lawsuit;
The hypocrisy of the White liberals who live in White communities and who attacked Borzellieri, who worked at a majority Black and Hispanic school;
His book Don’t Take It Personally: Race, Immigration, Crime and Other Heresies;
Black-on-White Crime, gun control, and the Trayvon Martin case;
The Bernard Goetz story.
Frank Borzellieri was an elected member of the District 24 New York City School Board for eleven years. He is the author of six books, and until being dimisseed in the summer of 2011 for politically incorrect activites, he was the principal at Our Lady Of Mt. Carmel School in the Bronx. One can purchase Frank’s books, including the writings that got him fired by the Archdiocese of New York, at his Web site.
Robert Stark interviews Ellen Brown. Topics include:
Ellen’s book, The Web of Debt;
The history of banking;
The benefits of public banking;
The reason for the illegal alien invasion and how the bankers looted Mexico’s banking system;
Ellen Brown is an American lawyer and author who since 2008 has become a well-known monetary reformer, mostly because of her book The Web of Debt. She has also written several books about alternative medicine. She is currently chairman and president of the Public Banking Institute, which is an organization that promotes public banking in the United States and elsewhere.
In The Web of Debt she analyzes the Federal Reserve and the private money cartel. The analysis is peppered with quotes from The Wizard of Oz, which she believes is an allegory about the need for monetary reform. She explains how the monetary cartel usurped the power of the vast majority of the global human population to create money out of thin air by so-called fractional-reserve banking, and also the negative impact this has on the well-being of people. In short, the consequences is that the debt increases in the world and the banks’ power increases. One of the solutions she sees for USA, and also for other countries, is a bank system which is used in North Dakota by The Bank of North Dakota.
Robert Stark interviews Paul Craig Roberts. Topics include:
PCR’s role in the Reagan administration and supply-side economics;
How job outsourcing was engineered by Wall Street and corporations;
The military-industrial complex;
Neoconservatives, foreign policy in the Middle East, and war with Iran;
Policy toward China;
Why we can’t take back the country by the ballot box.
Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury during President Reagan’s first term. He was Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal. He has held numerous academic appointments, including the William E. Simon Chair, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, and Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He was awarded the Legion of Honor by French President Francois Mitterrand. He is the author of Supply-Side Revolution : An Insider’s Account of Policymaking in Washington; Alienation and the Soviet Economy and Meltdown: Inside the Soviet Economy, and is the co-author with Lawrence M. Stratton of The Tyranny of Good Intentions : How Prosecutors and Bureaucrats Are Trampling the Constitution in the Name of Justice. His Web site is PaulCraigRoberts.org.
How Aryan states, based on male associations, differ from Judaic societies, based on ‘family values,’ and how this affects our counter-cultural struggle today;
How can “conservatives” mount an effective opposition to “liberals” when they share the same, ultimately Judaic, ideas;
Whether “popular culture” is the enemy, or does his contain Traditionalist ideas that can aid in the struggle against Liberal hegemony.
James J. O’Meara was born in Detroit, educated in Canada, and now lives in an abandoned glove factory in Long Island City. From the top of this crumbling remnant of America’s industrial might, overlooking the skyline of Manhattan, he broods with morose delectation over the inevitable reappearance of the hordes of White youth known to history as the Männerbund, or Wild Boys. His periodic bulletins on their activities appear on his blog, Where the Wild Boys Are, and at Counter-Currents.com. A collection of his essays, The Homo and the Negro, appearing shortly from Counter-Currents, will serve as their handbook.
The truth about Putin–exposing the myth that he is a Russian Nationalist;
Recent Russian presidential election;
The oligarchs and Putin’s relationship with them;
Political persecution of Russian nationalists;
Immigration and the globalist agenda.
Igor Artemov holds a PhD in history (1990, Institute of Oriental Studies in Moscow). He is the author of scientific articles about medieval Iran and Central Asia. He is one of the founders and chairman of Russian All-National Union (abbreviated RONS in Russian), a Russian national, Christian political and social movement, and also a state senator in the province of Vladimir (2001-2009), a writer and ideologist of Russian Renaissance, and the editor of the magazine “The Third Rome”. He is married with two sons and daughter.
Immigration, the history of immigration in America, and the special interests pushing for mass immigration;
America’s national identiy;
The environment and overpopulation.
Bromwell Ault, Yale University graduate, retired from a life in business, 84, is the editor and publisher of the Matters of Conscience newsletter at the Center for Public Conscience. He is the author of Who Lost America?: Can America’s Democratic Identity and Government Survive Our Ethical, Political and Economic Failures.
The public Bank of North Dakota and how North Dakota has kept corporations out of the agriculture industry;
Whether publicly owned banks provide unfair competition to local privately owned banks;
How a publicly owned bank be different from a privately owned one;
Whether public banks are an end in themselves, and whether monetary reform, toward publicly issued interest-free money, is also needed;
Whether the Federal Reserve would be ended;
How public banking would lead to economic decentralization;
Bill in California State Assembly that would implement public banking.
Marc Armstrong is the executive director of the Public Banking Institute which advocates for the concept of state-owned banks, as was started nearly 100 years ago by the Bank of North Dakota. With the PBI’s first-ever public banking conference planned for late April, and as more states look at this idea, are state-owned banks only part of the answer toward rescuing the economy?
Anatoly Karlin is originally from Russia and is finishing a degree in political economy at University of California-Berkeley. He blogs at AKarlin.com and DaRussophile.com which exposes western myths about Russia.
The recent AmRen conference, and the guests of past AmRen conferences;
Biological versus environmental factors in
The future we face and the implications of the mistakes we have made.
Jared Taylor is the founder and editor of American Renaissance, and an advocate of what he describes as “racial realism”. He is the author of Paved With Good Intentions: The Failure of Race Relations in Contemporary America and White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century.
Joseph Fasciani, writer and poet, was born in Chicago in 1943 and immigrated to Canada in 1969. He might be described as a “Christian-anarchist-libertarian”. He has been published in the US, Canada, and the UK since 1965. His Internet publications began with rense.com in March 2003 and continue to present.
The need for reduction in immigration both legal and illegal;
National sovereignty, NAFTA, and the North American Union;
Foreign policy and the Iraq war;
Virgil Goode is the presidential nominee for the Constitution Party. He represented Virginia’s 5th Congressional District as a Republic from 1997-2009. He previously served in the Virginia State Senate as a Democrat.