Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin the podcast with a discussion on the renewal of the NDAA or National Defense Authorization Act that was recently passed by Congress and signed by Obama. A provision of which empowers the Federal government to police media for foreign "influence" or "disinformation" for censorship. This provision came in after months of the Left pushing the concept of "fake news" to discredit anti-establishment media and the incoming Trump administration. This attempt at media control is part of a long term attack on dissident media. Other topics discussed were the wish on Twitter by a Drexel University professor for white genocide and the backlash that followed. Then Harold gives a brief run-down on the failed attempt by the Democratic Party in North Carolina to repeal HB2. Lastly they talk on the upcoming events in the League.
Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent and Harold Crews in this first podcast after the US elections discuss the Trump nominations up through December 13th to various Cabinet positions and advisory positions for the incoming Trump administration. Brad goes over his thoughts for each nominee in regards to each nominee's background and what wing of the GOP each nominee originates. Brad and Harold speak on which of the nominees is more of a nationalist and populist and which are more conventional GOP conservatives. There being more of the later than the former.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, discuss the quickly approaching election. They primarily discuss the U.S. presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. But more importantly they converse on the implications for Southern nationalism specially and the broader implications for the U.S. in regards to the breakdown of political and social order.
Brad shares the goings on at the Arkansas League of the South Conference. He gives a rundown on the speakers; Brad Griffin, Mark Thomey R.G. Miller, and James Edwards of The Political Cesspool. Brad then goes on to describe the disruption caused by a male Negro employee employed by the library at which the Conference was held. Fortunately the disruption was short lived and the Conference was able to continue. Brad and Harold then go on to discuss the US presidential election. Specifically they spoke on the debate that took place between Clinton and Trump and the fallout from the debate. They talked on the likely consequences if Trump wins and Clinton wins. Brad then shares his thoughts on the time frame for a significant secession movement to take place if Clinton wins. They they discuss the need for Southern nationalists to be prepared for the changed political environment regardless of who wins the US presidency.
Brad Griffin and Harold Crews discuss recent events concerning US politics, the Alt-Right, and Southern nationalism. They discuss how the Trump campaign has greatly increased interest in the Alt-Right and fueled its growth over the past year. Then they speak on the recent speech by Hillary Clinton about the Alt-Right and on how the Alt-Right is the real opposition to the Left. In doing so she effectively cucked "respectable" conservatives since the loyal opposition is no opposition at all. Brad then goes into how the early Southern nationalists were proto Alt-Right. These early Southern nationalists gave an intellectual framework in rejecting Romanticism, Democracy, and Egalitarianism. The discussion then moves into the US Presidential election. Brad gives a good summary of the horse race since the Democratic Party convention and how Trump has closed the gap despite appearing to backpedal on immigration. The conversation then moves to Trump's excellent immigration speech. Brad and Harold talk about how Trump's candidacy is or is not helping Southern nationalism. The last part of the discussion is on the rise of the Alt-Right has created an Alt-Lite.
Harold Crews and new co-host RG Miller, in this short episode, discuss dueling types of nationalisms. But before they begin RG introduces himself and tells a bit about his embrace of Southern nationalism. That introduction leads into an interesting discussion on blood and soil nationalism (or ethno-nationalism) and civic nationalism. RG relates how he gradually came to reject Constitutionalism as being no better than the honor of those who interpret the Constitution. Additionally Harold and RG discuss the historical role of State's Rights or political decentralization and what role it would have in an independent South.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin the discussion on the recent terrorist and immigrant attacks taking place in Europe. All of which the governments in Europe are complicit through the encouragement of immigration; the lax law enforcement against immigrants; and the oppression of nationalist whites. Then the discussion turns to the war against whites taking place in the U.S. through higher immigrant crime rates; Muslim terrorism; high Negro crime rates; the radicalization of Negroes; and the risk of Muslim terrorist and Negroes joining forces. All of which amounts to a low level dirty war against the Western world and white people in particular. The last part of the discussion is on the various methods of resistance.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin discuss recent events taking place during the first part of July. Specifically they talk about sever recent police shootings of black males by police officers in Tupelo, Mississippi, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Falcon Heights, Minnesota. They then go into the Black Lives Matter response in regards to the "peaceful" protests and also into the politically motivated murders of white police officers and civilians and the anti-white hatred being stirred up against whites. Most of the conversation concerns the shootings in Dallas by Micah X. Johnson but also discussed are some of the follow-up shootings of police after Dallas.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin with a discussion on the quickly approaching League Conference in Wetumpka, Alabama on June 23rd and the 24th. They cover some of the speakers at the Conference, admission cost, the bbq dinner and demonstration on Saturday, and most importantly the great fellowship. They they jump into what looks to be a long hot summer of violence across the US. Aside from the normal violence expected from blacks this year it will be heightened because of the US presidential election. The violence that has taken place against Trump supporters is expected to continue at least through the election in November. Dr. Hill speaks on how this year resembles the 1968 election and in particular the violence at the Democratic Party Convention of that year and how this year's GOP Convention in majority black Cleveland promises to be turbulent. To finish up the discussion Harold and Dr. Hill discuss how our people should prepare to defend themselves and others in the face of violence whether it's merely criminal or political.
Harold Crews and Mark Thomey discuss the new anti-white push from the Obama regime. The new offensive means subsidizing housing primarily for blacks and Hispanics through Section 8 rent subsidies targeted at housing located in white areas. The war aim is to move blacks and Hispanics into areas with large white majorities. They discuss the negative effects on white communities through increased crime; degradation of public infrastructure especially education; loss to commercial districts due to changing demographics; loss of property value and white wealth; and degeneration of white culture due to acceptance of black and Hispanics social norms. The conversation is concluded with the additional prohibition from the Obama regime to prohibit landlords from running criminal background checks on prospective tenants because of its disparate impact on blacks.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin have a wide ranging discussion on several topics in this episode. They start the discussion of social media and crowd funding censorship. The nationalist right is being censored across nearly all forms of social media and crowd funding. From the recent FaceBook jailing of Dr. Michael Hill; skewing trending news stories; shadow banning; stopping the use of the Disqus commenting system; PayPal and Patreon baring some some nationalist sites - like never before the nationalist right is being disadvantaged and censored by social media platforms. Then Brad and Harold discuss the continuing transgender troubles facing North Carolina and other states because of the Obama regime's dictate in regards to Title IX of the Civil Rights Restoration Act that mandates state departments of education integrate transgender students into the restrooms and locker-rooms of that student's choice in public schools. The regime intends to enforce this mandate under the threat of withholding Federal education funds from states or school systems that refuse to obey. They relate how all this insanity flows inevitably from the civil rights revolution that started in the 1950's and 1960's. Lastly Brad and Harold discuss the continuing political campaign for the US presidency.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, discuss the only real issue facing the world and in particular the West today. That issue is whether the solution to the crisis we are facing is Nationalism or Globalism. They discuss the origins of globalist universalism; how it's spread through free trade, exporting entertainment, and mass immigration; who is primarily responsible for pushing it in politics, international finance, and the media; and how civic nationalism is in actuality a mere variation on universalist internationalism. Their conversation is not all gloom and doom. Far from it as a matter of fact. They discuss the rise of authentic blood and soil nationalist movements across the West and how this new awakening offers hope to our people. The conversation is concluded on how Southern nationalism is a necessary counter measure to the inevitable globalism and civic nationalism in the United States.
Harold Crews and Mark Thomey discuss the next "civil rights" revolution taking place in the United States - transgender equality. Meaning those who think that men are men and women are women as determined biologically through our chromosomes are going to have to set aside our old fashioned way of thinking based on religion, science, or simple common sense and will be made instead to accept that men who claim to be women are in fact women and women who claim to be men are in fact men. That it is a hate crime to point out that these poor delusional people are suffering from a mental illness known as gender dysphoria. They discuss the controversy surrounding the new law in North Carolina, HB2, and the political and economic fallout from the sensible law that prohibits North Carolina counties and municipalities from requiring that businesses allow the the transgendered to use the restroom of their choice. Additionally they briefly touch on the new law passed in Mississippi, the Religious Liberty Act.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin have a wide ranging discussion of the Presidential election specifically in regards to Trump and how if he is deprived of the Republican nomination it will cause the further rise in Identitarian politics in the US. They also discuss how the breakdown in support for Trump is affected by the level of diversity in a particular state and the ethnic origins of whites in a particular state. Both of which would lead to greater support for Southern nationalism.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill discuss the increasing political violence in the United States and Europe. Discussed is the role of street crime, rioting, violent protests taking place, who is responsible and how those factors lead to anarcho-tyranny and the likely consequences of such an environment.
Harold Crews and Mark Thomey discuss Southern Nationalism in relationship to the coming US elections in regards to the impossibility of reform and how Southern Nationalism is the only choice for the Southern people.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin a day prior to Super Tuesday discuss the candidacy of Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for POTUS. They specifically discuss how a Trump candidacy can make three fundamental changes that benefit Southern nationalism. First if Trump were to become President he is likely to reverse the immigration dynamic to reduce the number of immigrants in the South. This would increase the political influence of Southerners. Secondly regardless of whether he succeeds he has done much to break down the taboos of political correctness. And three Trump promises to either destroy the GOP or transform it into a nationalist party.
Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, and Harold Crews discuss what we can expect from the remainder of the Obama regime.
Brad Griffin and Harold Crews discuss how this election cycle in the United States is fundamentally different from previous years except perhaps the Pat Buchanan campaigns of 1992 and 1996. We discuss how the Trump campaign is changing how campaigns are waged and what Southern nationalists can use those changes to our advantage. They further discuss how the shift towards populism and nationalism under the issues of immigration, trade, and ending political correctness could fragment the Republican Party.