Richard talks about what happened with The Radix Podcast in 2015 and what he has planned for 2016 [TCY!]. He announces the first live broadcast on Thursday, January 6. And finally, he desperately pleads for money.
The Radix Podcast Live!
Thursday, January 7, [TCY!]
6-8 PM ET
As the new Current Year begins, Ramzpaul joins Richard to discuss the Current Year that was.
Ramzpaul’s Youtube channel
Wow. Just wow.
Rosie Grey, Buzzfeed, “How 2015 Fueled the Rise of the Freewheeling White Nationalist Alt Right”
Radix Journal, "The New Avant-Garde”
Millennial Woes, “Millenniyule [Female Edition]”
Ramzpaul has “yellow fever”
2015 AmRen debate
Missouri Chancellor resigns on demand
Why Do They Hate Us?
Skiing With the Enemy
Chicago Tribune "Wows” Richard Spencer
Ramzpaul v Rosie Grey
Paul Chandler and Colin Liddell join Richard to discuss the greatest James Bond film, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), as well as the Jewish and fascist character of Ernst Stavro Blofed and the manipulation of female sexuality.
Roman Bernard and Guillaume Durocher join Richard to discuss the Front National, Donald Trump, the prospects for electoral politics, Alt Right culture, and getting Gramsci right . . . and wrong.
Roman Bernard, “Got Metapolitics”; “The Front National and the Regional Elections
Radix Podcasts on France and the FN: “The Fascist Menace”; “The Brussels Bogeyman”; “The Glass Ceiling"
Sarah Palin endorses FN’s “Judeo-Christian values”
Dieudonné M'bala M’bala
Guillaume Durocher, “France is a White Country"
Alex Kurtagic, Mister
Alt Right TV
"You Say You Want a Revolution?” lyrics
Richard Spencer song
“Because I’m White"
Nathan Damigo of The Nameless Organization joins Richard to discuss the White Student Union phenomenon.
National Youth Front (NYF) at Rutgers
NYF in USA Today
NYF in Boston Magazine
The Dispossed Temp Blog
The Dispossessed Majority, by Wilmot Robertson
Abigail James, “The Long Troll”
University of Illinois FB Page
Buzzfeed, “Most Of Those “White Student Union” Facebook Pages For Canadian Universities Are Probably Fake”
Breitbart, “White Student Unions Are not ‘Hoaxes’ Created by Racists”
Ron Unz, “The Myth of American Meritocracy
Derek Bell, “Interest Convergence”
Manuel Ochsenreiter joins Richard to discuss the world crisis: the attacks on two Russian planes, NATO’s dangerous games, and Cold War 2.0.
Journalist Guillaume Durocher joins Richard to discuss the recent NPI conference, the Paris attacks, the political scene in Europe, the bankruptcy of the Left, identitarianism vs. civic nationalism, and taking online activism offline.
- Durocher at The Occidental Observer, Counter-Currents, Radix
- NPI Conference podcast
- Radix Podcast: Roman Bernard and Charlie Hebdo
- Radix Podcast: Adrian Davies and Paris attacks
- Radix Podcast: Roman Bernard and Paris attacks
- Paul Schrader, Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters
- Spencer, “Born That Way”
- Michel Houellebecq, New York Times editorial
- Marine le Pen, editorial
- Nadine Morano, “France and the White race”
- Julien Rochedy, “I don’t believe in assimilation”
- Radix Podcast: Roman Bernard and Marine le Pen’s “glass ceiling”
Adrian Davies joins Richard to discuss the recent Paris attacks, race and citizenship, as well as geopolitics and the future of Europe.
Roman Bernard joins Richard to relay his experience in Paris during the recent terrorist attacks and discuss the symbolism of violence and potential for a European awakening.
Paul Chandler and Richard Spencer discuss the film Spectre, as well as male and female fantasies, marriage, nostalgia for the Cold War, and what makes the Spectre theme song so bad.
The Duty Free lifestyle
“The Fleming sweep#Style)”
F. Roger Devlin on women
Dr. Christmas Jones
Žižek on the surveillance state
The Thunderball controversy
A.J. Quinnell, Man on Fire
Hugo Drax “brings order to the universe”
"Good Sign / Bad Sign," the original Bond theme
Richard Spencer, “Bond Girls”
Peter Hitchens, “The UK is Finished”
Colin Liddell and Paul Chandler join Richard to discuss the Daniel Craig Bond films before Spectre.
Richard Spencer of Radix, Henrik Palgren and Lana Lokteff of Red Ice Radio, and Mike Enoch of The Right Stuff take part in a free-for-all discussion at Become Who We Are, NPI's 2015 conference.
Kevin MacDonald joins Richard to discuss the origins of the White race and the prospects for its future, including the possibility of extinction.
Nicholas Wade, A Troublesome Inheritance
Kevin MacDonald, The Culture of Critique
Eric Kaufmann, The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America
The Partisan Review
Ricardo Duchense, The Uniqueness of Western Civilization
Andrew Fraser, The WASP Question
Peter Sutherland, Goldman Sachs
Derek Turner joins Richard to discuss the European migrant crisis and how it was prophesied by novel’s like Raspail’s Camp of the Saints and Turner’s own Sea Changes.
The “Polish Plumber”
Derek Turner, Sea Changes
Jean Raspail, The Camp of the Saints
Derek Turner on “The Macpherson Report
Margaret Thatcher, “There’s no such thing as society.”
N.B.: Re-read in context, this quote has a more layered meaning than usually assumed by Thatcher’s advocates and adversaries (and Richard in this podcast).
William Hague on the “danger” of English nationalism
Jean-Marie Le Pen launches new political party W.B. Yeats, “The Second Coming”
“The Grand Mutt,” podcast with Manuel Ochsenreiter
Colin Liddell joins Richard to discuss the European refugee crisis, the ambiguous nature of Hungary’s Viktor Orban, the “alt Right” in the mainstream, and more.
F. Roger Devlin joins Richard to discuss his new book, *Sexual Utopia in Power*, and the tragicomedy of contemporary sexual relations.
Manuel Ochsenteiter joins Richard to discuss the refugee crisis in Germany, the nature of Angela Merkel, and the rise and fall of PEGIDA.
Jack Donovan joins Richard to discuss what it’s like to be arrested for thought crimes, be declared a national-security threat, and spend a weekend in a Hungarian prison.
Roman Bernard and John Morgan join Richard to discuss Stanley Kubrick’s *Dr. Strangelove* (1964), how nuclear policy is impossible to parody, and the past and future of total destruction.