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:
Robert Stark interviews returning guest Greg Johnson. Greg Johnson discusses his article, article, Occupy Wall Street: Big Money & No Ideas and alternative and “third way economics”.
Greg writes: “Beyond Left and Right, socialism and capitalism, is nationalism. Whether you call it national socialism or national capitalism, social credit, corporatism, distributism, or producer capitalism versus finance capitalism, the third way boils down to this: we believe in private property broadly distributed, the moral rights of producers to the fruits of their labor, an end to usury and other forms of financial parasitism, and economic regulations to make sure that private interests (in low wages and open borders, for instance) do not conflict with the interest of the nation.”
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.
Matt Parrott gives a brief recap on what’s been going on in Indiana during the break from airing the weekly show then shares an essay he’s recently written, entitled “Cat Lady Logic“. After the break, he interviews Dr. Greg Johnson, the editor of Counter-Currents Publishing, discussing his latest projects and articles from his book, Confessions of a Reluctant Hater.
For a limited time, Lighthouse Literature is offering a special discount of 5% to Radio Free Indiana’s fans who buy the book with the coupon code RFI. Three free excerpts from the book are also available at the site, including the ones discussed in tonight’s podcast.