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The Sunic Journal: Dr. Greg Johnson on the New Right

August 9, 2011

Greg Johnson - Wanderer

Dr. Greg Johnson is the most prominent intellectual and activist of the cultural and metapolitical school of thought known under the name of the “New Right”, in the USA. Dr. Johnson is a writer and the editor of Counter-Currents, a publishing house and a think thank which has already published scholarly books and novels by prominent American and European authors. In the interview Dr. Johnson discusses the growing influence of the New Right in the USA — a movement of ideas that already had some impact on the cultural and political scene in Europe.

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The Sunic Journal: Richard Spencer on the NPI Conference

August 2, 2011

NPI Conference, 2011

Tom discusses with Richard Spencer, the director of the National Policy Institute and the editor of the Alternative Right, the meaning of cultural struggle against liberal mendacity. Why must the battle first be won in the cultural field? Tom and Mr. Spencer also discuss the upcoming NPI Conference in Washington DC, where many prominent speakers will appear, including, Mr. Spencer and Tom.

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The Sunic Journal: The Norway Killing, the Failure of Multiculturalism, and White Trash

July 26, 2011

Anders Behring Breivik

Tom discusses the political, psychological and racial implications of the recent massacre carried out by the white Norwegian gunman, Anders Behring Breivik. By tying in the Norwegian massacre to the liberal practice of multiculturalism, and by bringing up the case of the failed Yugoslav experiment in multiculturalism, Tom’s prognoses about the future of the West are bleak.

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The Sunic Journal: Interview with Daniel Sienkiewicz, Part 3

July 19, 2011

Daniel Sienkiewicz's Logo

Dr. Sunic graciously allows Daniel to play the lecturer; and present his thesis on the intersection of individuation and gender differentiation. Taking a post modern turn, on individuality, viz. autobiography and gender relations, he traces autobiography in theory and practice in the example of his own history as it intersects with radical, modern and post modern feminism.

Topics include:

  • Specifically, how it is that anti-racism is not innocent;
  • Proposing a non-Jewish definition and criterion of leftism – the White Class;
  • Functions of The Autobiographical Self;
  • Hippies as a movement for Being, an incommensurate gender agenda with feminism’s quest for Actualization during the 1960s;
  • Relevant historical exemplars of feminism: from the radical de Beavoir to the modern Friedan to the neo-traditional Gilligan;
  • Transforming Maslow’s hierarchy of motives into an optimal management of Being, Selfhood, Socialization and Self Actualization.

The full (long!) essay that Daniel wrote based on this interview can be found here.

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The Sunic Journal: Interview with Andy Nowicki

July 12, 2011

Andy Nowicki

Tom and Andy Nowicki discuss Nowicki’s novella, The Columbine Pilgrim and its wider meaning in our rootless and decaying world. The main character of the novel uses the real past event of the Columbine high school massacre for contemplating and then carrying out his own killing spree. In a senseless world of ours more and more people, after having lost their real identity, i.e. their real names, resort now to expendable “usernames.” The powerful message of the book must be urgently read.

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The Sunic Journal: Interview with Alicia Rose

July 5, 2011

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Alicia discusses with Tom her novel Just Alex, a compelling saga of a woman kidnapped by human-looking aliens, who experiences at a distant star a surreal copy of her drab ex-Californian life. The same sort of earthly intrigues and bickering that we all think are uniquely inherent to humans ensues.

Alicia Rose currently resides in central Oklahoma with her husband and dachshund. She is the author of the science fiction novel Just Alex and the owner of Alicia Harrell’s Bookstore. She has written numerous articles that explore a wide variety of topics, published by Associated Content, HubPages, and KnowABit Web sites. She has professional blogs on AuthorNation and WordPress. She enjoys studying archeology, anthropology, health & wellness, linguistics, political science and Indo-European studies. Her email is healthhappiness61@yahoo.com

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Important Notice from Tom Sunic to Listeners

July 1, 2011

Tom apologizes for the inconvenience of not being able to receive or answer your incoming mail sent to tom.sunic@hotmail.com. There have been some difficulties with this account. In the meanwhile, please write to Tom at: tom.sunic@gmail.com.

The Sunic Journal: Sunic & MacDonald in Sweden, Part III

June 28, 2011

Tom Sunic
Kevin MacDonald

For three weeks, The Sunic Journal broadcasts the speeches by Dr. Kevin MacDonald and Dr. Tom Sunic, given as part of a lecturing tour in Sweden, from May 30 to June 2, 2011, organized by “Forum Evropa.”

In this week’s broadcast, Dr. Tom Sunic and Dr. Kevin MacDonald take questions from the audience.

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The Sunic Journal: Sunic & MacDonald in Sweden, Part II

June 21, 2011

Tom Sunic

For three weeks, The Sunic Journal broadcasts the speeches by Dr. Kevin MacDonald and Dr. Tom Sunic, given as part of a lecturing tour in Sweden, from May 30 to June 2, 2011, organized by “Forum Evropa.”

This week’s broadcast is Dr. Tom Sunic’s speech entitled “Nationalism and Individualism in Multicultural Society”.

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The Sunic Journal: Sunic & MacDonald in Sweden, Part I

June 14, 2011

Kevin MacDonald

For three weeks, The Sunic Journal broadcasts the speeches by Dr. Kevin MacDonald and Dr. Tom Sunic, given as part of a lecturing tour in Sweden, from May 30 to June 2, 2011, organized by “Forum Evropa.”

This week’s broadcast is Dr. Kevin MacDonald’s speech entitled “Nationalism and Individualism in Multicultural Society”.

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The Sunic Journal: What to Read & How to Read, Part 3

June 7, 2011

Old books

In this lecture Tom discusses the importance of reading our classics in literature, for our better understanding of other fields of social sciences. Authors, who can be classified as “anarcho-nationalists”, “racialists”, “traditionalists”, or “national-revolutionaries”, but whose novels and short stories basically reflect Western white man’s features: cultural pessimism, tragic heroism and prometheism. A few of those authors Tom discusses are: Jack London, Ambrose Bierce, Harold Covington, Louis-Ferdinand Céline.

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The Sunic Journal: Interview with Jim Goad

May 31, 2011

Jim Goad

Jim Goad is the author of The Redneck Manifesto and a contributor to Taki Magazine.

Mr. Goad explains different taboos in modern society and why and how the word redneck has become the symbol of evil for liberal do -gooders and why liberal opinion makers use the image of the redneck for defaming the whole white Euro-American heritage. Goad focuses on semantic and conceptual mendacity used by the ruling elites.

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The Sunic Journal: Tom Sunic on ‘Spingola Speaks’, Part 2

May 24, 2011

Deanna Spingola

Tom was interviewed by Deanna Spingola on May 10 (rebroadcast courtesy of the Republic Broadcast Network). This part contains listener calls. Topics include:

  • The Muslim issue and immigration;
  • The problem of victimology in multicultural societies;
  • Political Correctness in the West;
  • The destruction of Germany during WWII.

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The Sunic Journal: Tom Sunic on ‘Spingola Speaks’, Part 1

May 17, 2011

Deanna Spingola

Tom was interviewed by Deanna Spingola on May 10 (rebroadcast courtesy of the Republic Broadcast Network). Topics include:

  • The trial of Ernst Zuendel;
  • The ethnic cleansing of Germans from Eastern Europe after WW2
  • Legally enforced Political Correctness in the West;

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The Sunic Journal: What to Read & How to Read, Part 2

May 10, 2011

Old books

Tom Sunic discusses:

  • How to sort out our thinking in regard to mendacious vs. good literature;
  • The importance of considering the timeframe;
  • The concept vs. the image;
  • Myth vs. science;
  • Our ancestors’ view of the world, as opposed to that of our modern opinion makers.

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The Sunic Journal: What to Read & How to Read, Part 1

May 3, 2011

Old books

Tom Sunic discusses:

  • Whom to read;
  • How to approach literature in different fields of humanities;
  • Why we need to be careful with the text interpretation of authors who constitute our heritage.

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The Sunic Journal: Interview with Michael Kleen, #3

April 26, 2011

Michael Kleen

Tom Sunic and Michael Kleen discuss:

  • The stated purpose vs. actual purpose of “multicultural education” classes (i.e. for those studying to become teachers);
  • Whether multicultural education classes have a legitimate role in the education curriculum;
  • The effects of these multicultural education classes on students;
  • How multicultural education undermines traditional education goals;
  • “Demoralization” in relation to American education;
  • Whether public education helpful or harmful to intellectual life.

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The Sunic Journal: Interview with Tito Perdue

April 19, 2011

Tito Perdue

Tom Sunic and Tito Perdue discuss:

  • Tito’s life and experiences including those in the North;
  • The spiritual emptiness of the economic North vs. the richness of the agrarian South;
  • Tito’s novels and the ideals behind them.

Tito Perdue is a novelist from the US South. Visit Tito’s Web site at TitoPerdue.com

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The Sunic Journal: F. Roger Devlin on Solzhenitsyn

April 12, 2011

F. Roger Devlin's logo

Tom Sunic and F. Roger Devlin discuss:

  • How the anti-Russian character of the Bolshevik revolution parallels the anti-White movement in the West today;
  • Solzhenitsyn’s works, The Red Wheel and Two Hundred Years Together;
  • The Jewish involvement in the Russian revolutions of 1917;
  • Why is Solzhenitsyn is important–politically, aesthetically and intellectually–for nationalists today.

About F. Roger Devlin

To learn more about F. Roger Devlin and his unique perspective read his insightful essays at The Occidental Quarterly, TOQonline and VDARE. His important book Alexandre Kojeve and the Outcome of Modern Thought can be found here on Amazon.

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The Sunic Journal: Notes from Europe, Lesson Five

April 5, 2011

Josip Broz Tito
Josip Broz Tito

Tom talks about the second, Communist Yugoslavia; he covers the period stretching from 1945 to 1991, the year when this Yugoslavia broke up again. He explains Yugoslavia’s role in the world, the role of its dictator Josip Broz Tito, Yugoslavia’s “non aligned status” in the world, and its repressive internal policies against its five constituent nations. Multicultural Yugoslavia was a failure that ended up in terrible war among its constituent republics.

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