Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, have a wide ranging discussion focusing primarily on political violence. The political violence the West faces today comes from immigrant or refugee terrorism and crime as well as domestic non-white terrorism and crime such as BLM and Anti-Fa. Also mentioned is the complete unreliability of the Alt-Lite in opposing Leftist violence despite the posing of such groups. In deed several individuals from AWR have threatened violence against League leadership. Harold and Dr. Hill go on to speak on the necessity of meeting this Leftist violence with opposing violence as it is the only thing that the Left respects. Then Dr. Hill goes on to talk on the upcoming League Conference on June 23rd and 24th and the list of speakers.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin, of Occidental Dissent, discuss two of the most recent political battles for nationalists. They begin by discussing New Orleans. The primary part of the review of that event being the divisions between the Alt-Right and the Alt-Lite. The Alt-Right ended up being caught between the Anti-Fa, anti-whites, and Anti-Southerners and various individuals and groups of the Alt-Lite civic nationalists. For the second third of the conversation Harold describes the events of May 13th in Charlottesville, Virginia. This event was in defense of Southern heritage by various nationalists groups. Harold and Brad briefly mention the event by the Alt-Lite in Boston, Massachusetts. The last third of the podcast focuses on the coming battles over monuments in Orlando, Florida and St. Louis, Missouri.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, begin the podcast discussing the Pikeville, Kentucky, event held on April 28th and 29th. This event was a meeting of several nationalist organizations to speak to and for the forgotten people of Pikeville in Eastern Kentucky. Mostly they go into the League’s role in the event particularly as to the public demonstration held at the County Courthouse on Saturday afternoon. They go into the need for all nationalist organizations to work together. Although our differences cannot be ignored the time for infighting has passed. Dr. Hill then provides some background and plans for the coming New Orleans event on May 6th and 7th. Lastly Harold speaks briefly on the anticipated May 12th event in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent, have a wide ranging discussion. The begin with the complete 180’s committed by Trump over the last several weeks. Trump has engaged in hard cucking over his top campaign issues of America first foreign policy, immigration, and bringing back jobs. What we have gotten instead is a near war in Syria; a potential war over North Korea; worsening relations with Russia; tax cuts for the rich; friendly relations with China; no Muslim ban; no funding for the wall; no defunding of sanctuary cities; and continuation of Obama’s Dreamers policy. Brad then goes into detail in Trump’s cucking to Jews and Israel. The second half of the episode concerns the broader implications of Anti-fa violence over the last several months and most particularly in Berkley, Huntington Beach, Washington DC, Auburn, and the upcoming event in Pikeville.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent discuss Trump’s involvement in Syria. They begin with Trump’s long stated positions in regards to military intervention in Iraq and in Syria. Trump prior to his missile attack last week was adamantly opposed to regime change in the Middle East. He specifically opposed regime change in Syria. Brad and Harold then give their thoughts as to why Trump has so radically changed his positions and the return of the neo-conservatives to prominence. The primary culprit being Jared Kushner and Gary Cohn. The nationalist populist Stephen Bannon is being undermined by Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law. Brad then goes into other reversals by Trump as to other policies. The end up on how they US political system cannot be reformed and how genuine nationalism is the only solution.
Harold Crews and R. G. Miller, Chairman of the Arkansas League of the South, discuss Trump jumping into the Syrian frying pan. Brought into the discussion are their thoughts on the power of the Deep State. Several potential theories are covered on the "Why" for Trump missile strike. Despite Trump's campaign promises to destroy ISIS and allowing the people of Syria to determine who rules Syria nevertheless he has intervened. His intervention has stopped the thaw between the US and Russia. The fundamental lesson that is to be learned is that the Deep State can't be reformed through a political system it controls. The last portion of the episode focuses primarily on various measures an independent South could employ to achieve a Southern ethno-state.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, discuss the terror attack that happened in London. That attack is related to prior attacks in Great Britain, Western Europe, and the United States. They then go on to speak how these attacks are caused by immigration and political correctness both of which are imposed by political elites and the media. Then they move into the topic of how the West is on the trajectory of open civil war since the taboo of political violence has been broken by the anti-white and anti-Christian Left.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin, Occidental Dissent & AltRight.com, discuss recent thoughts from the libertarian Jeffrey Tucker and his opposition to Nationalism and the Alt-Right in particular. Harold and Brad describe and critique Tucker's understanding of the five principles making up the pre-history of the Alt-Right as he sees them. Those principles being Racialism, Nationalism, Protectionism, Historicism, and Statism. Harold and Brad go on to critique libertarianism in general as being a destructive force on nations, families, and society through it individualism.
Harold Crews and Mark Thomey, Board Member of the League of the South, in this podcast talk on what makes Southerners unique and just what traits comprise the Southern identity. Mark begins by commenting on a recent television show he saw on National Geographic. Afterwards they speak on the South's primary distinction. The South either outright rejects or at most only reluctantly accepts Modernism. Southerners embrace hierarchy instead of equality. And the Southerner remains to a large degree rooted to the place of his ancestors. Mark and Harold also discuss some of the cultural and religious aspects of Southern identity. Whether it is the strong literary tradition in the South and the centrality of the Christian faith to Southern identity.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, discuss Trump’s speech before a joint session of Congress. They begin by commenting on Trump’s pandering to Jews and Negroes at the start of his speech and the education portion. And move into Trump’s affirming his positions on immigration despite fake news rumors of him backing away from his campaign positions. Next they move on to Trump being a civic nationalist and not a true nationalist. Aside from a few minor issues the other important topic commented upon was Trump’s initiative for school vouchers and how this could effective racially integrate private schools and compromise the social teachings of Christian schools. Harold and Dr. Hill then discussed Trump’s move to repeal Obamacare. The other primary topic discussed as the conviction of the couple in Georgia under gang statutes for allegedly intimidating a Negro birthday part during a Pride in the Flag Rally. These rallies were common after the Roof incident in Charleston South Carolina created political backlash against the Confederate Flag and monuments. Lastly they go into various ways to raise funds for the League and coming events.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin, Occidental Dissent and Alt-Right.com, have a wide ranging discussion. After dispensing with some pleasantries about the unusually mild weather for February their conversation turns to the death of Frank Ancona and in particular to the Left's celebration of his death and their gloating over the grief of Ancona's family members. Once again the Left displays its hypocrisy through its actions that so clearly contradict its self proclaimed tolerance and love. Then Brad and Harold turn the conversation to Brad's improvements to the Occidental Dissent website and his plans to grow it into a brand. Such growth would more effectively spread the principles of the Alt-Right and Southern nationalism in particular. Brad looks to increase the quantity and quality of the content by adding additional writers and potentially a podcast. From there the conversation turns to the best ways to monetize the content so that it can be self sustaining and would serve as a means to funds organizers and community building both online and IRL.
Harold Crews and Mark Thomey, League of the South Board Member, discuss the recent incidents of political violence in the District of Columbia, Berkley, New York City, Atlanta, and Portland. All of which have taken place since the presidential of inauguration. The Leftist political violence which began during the campaigns has continued after the election and even after the inauguration of President Trump. Such violence clearly demonstrates the hypocrisy of the Left's claim of tolerance. Mark then goes on to speak on the League's initiative in forming a Southern Defense Force as a means of defending ourselves and communities against aggressive Leftist violence. Also discussed is the change in the stance of the media and the Democratic Party to supporting political violence on the part of the Left.
Harold Crews and Dr. Michael Hill, President of the League of the South, discuss the Left's reaction to the inauguration of Trump. The compare the different reactions of the mainstream media, the Leftist politicians and the activist Left. They speak mainly of the reaction of the activist Left and in particular of Anti-Fa. The violent reaction of which is likely to earn them more than anticipated. Also mentioned is the attack on Richard Spencer. During the later half of the show they discuss the impact of Trumpian civic nationalism for Southern nationalism. The expected improving demographics in regards to immigrants and the improvement in economic nationalism hold promise to make Southerners more open to Southern nationalism.
Harold Crews and Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent discuss the true legacy of King and compare it to the myth. Brad begins with the well known failings of King. Among his many vices and frauds are his penchant for adultery; use of prostitutes; plagiarism during is education and political activist career; and his long time association with known Marxists. The later part of the show covers the less discussed legacy of King. That being his role in the destruction of the Negro family and community that had previously flourished under Jim Crow. The transfer of wealth through politics advocated by King made the father in the Negro family superfluous. All of which destroyed not only Negro families and communities but also levied and enormous cost on white communities as well through higher crime, higher taxes, destruction of education, and loss of wealth through white flight. Brad finishes up with his recent tracing of the route of the Selma to Montgomery marches to note the degeneracy that took place in March 1965 and to observe the destruction along the march route brought about by King, Rep. John Lewis, and the "Civil Rights Movement" as a whole.
Harold Crews and R. G. Miller, Chairman of the Arkansas League of the South, discuss Southern nationalism in the coming era of Trump. R. G. shares his thoughts on how Southern nationalists should re-orient the movement towards emphasizing Southern identity and contrast it with American identity. In particular by stressing heritage and the Christian faith as twin pillars of Southern identity. Since Trumpian nationalism is socially liberal in regards to sodomite "marriage", the broader sodomite agenda, the transexual agenda, Southern heritage and is most likely soft on the pro-life issues that these matters would be good wedge issues to increase Southern nationalism among our people.
Harold Crews and Mark Thomey, LS Board Member, discuss the improbability of President Elect Donald Trump to be able to institute the reforms upon which he campaigned. They point out how Trump is just one man and despite his charisma, still has the GOP Establishment and the media against him. They go into how the fragmentation by diversity in the United States makes reform all but impossible since political power can only be gained by creating coalitions that are at odds with the other parties coalition. The absence of a common identity or even a common culture eliminates the formation of any consensus. Then Harold and Mark discuss secession and in particular the rise of a California secession movement since the election. They talk about how California secession makes other state secessions more likely.
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.