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The Sunic Journal: Interview with Andrew Fraser, Part 2

February 14, 2012

Andrew Fraser - 'The WASP Question'

Tom Sunic and Professor Andrew W. Fraser discuss:

  • Feedback from listeners on part 1 of the interview;
  • Fraser’s long-term vision of an Anglo-Saxon tribal confederation;
  • The problems faced by Anglo-Saxons analyzed as spiritual;
  • Fraser’s assertion that White racial identity is propositional;
  • Americanism regarded as the “divine economy”;
  • The need to rethink everything in the coming world without cheap energy.

Andrew W. Fraser is a retired professor of law from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Born in Canada, he completed academic studies there and in the US, where he received a Master of Laws, (LL.M) from Harvard Law School. His teaching and professorial career in Australia spanned 40 years and has included visiting lecture commissions at Oxford, England, at Passau, Germany, and Halifax, Canada.

In addition to two books on law, he authored The WASP Question (2011), which bears upon his current independent research project: Anglo-Saxon Christian ethnotheology versus WASP atheology.

13 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 56 min.

Contact Tom:
tom.sunic@gmail.com

The Sunic Journal: Interview with Andrew Fraser, Part 1

February 7, 2012

Andrew Fraser

Tom Sunic interviews Professor Andrew W. Fraser. Topics include:

  • Fraser’s thesis that WASPs surrendered identity based on ties of blood and faith in favor of civic-nationalist pseudo-religion;
  • How loss of ethnic identity has made WASPs victims of the successful states and corporations that they created;
  • The internationalism of the papacy, and the excesses of American Puritans and revolutionaries;
  • How the Anglo-Saxon “spiritual disease” has been imposed on Europe and the rest of the world;
  • The orthodox Anglican Church’s potential to bring about spiritual revival for Anglo-Saxon “tribes” around the world.

Andrew W. Fraser is a retired professor of law from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Born in Canada, he completed academic studies there and in the US, where he received a Master of Laws, (LL.M) from Harvard Law School. His teaching and professorial career in Australia spanned 40 years and has included visiting lecture commissions at Oxford, England, at Passau, Germany, and Halifax, Canada.

In addition to two books on law, he authored The WASP Question (2011), which bears upon his current independent research project: Anglo-Saxon Christian ethnotheology versus WASP atheology.

13 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 56 min.

Contact Tom:
tom.sunic@gmail.com

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