Wild Goose - AntiPit: Addressing the Pit Bull Question - Hour 1
May 18, 2018
Wild Goose is an activist who became involved in metapolitical activities during Gamergate in 2014, throughout Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, and is now spearheading an anti-pit bull initiative.
Patrick welcomes Wild Goose to the show for a discussion about pit bulls. Our program begins with our guest introducing himself and sharing some details about his past participation in both online and real-world activism. We then d ...
Frame Game Radio - Identity Politics for Everyone or No One - Hour 1
May 16, 2018
Frame Game is a Jewish attorney working and living in New York. He posts his thoughts and theories on geopolitics, white identity, and activism on his YouTube channel.
Patrick welcomes Frame Game to the show for a discussion about the Jewish lobby, Israel, and Identitarianism. We start off with Frame introducing himself and telling us a bit about his academic and professional background. Frame cites a book that he discovered during his undergraduate d ...
Roger Devlin - The Incel Rebellion - Hour 1
May 11, 2018
Roger Devlin, Ph.D., is an independent scholar. He is the author of Sexual Utopia in Power: The Feminist Revolt Against Civilization; Alexandre Kojève and the Outcome of Modern Thought; and many essays and reviews in such publications as The Occidental Quarterly, American Renaissance, Counter-Currents, VDare, Modern Age, The Social Contract, Alternative Right, and The Last Ditch.
Patrick welcomes Roger back to the show for a discussion about incel culture. We s ...
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Breaking: Police 'Neutralize' Gunman Who Fired Shots at Trump National Doral Miami Golf Club
May 18, 2018
A man who fired shots in the lobby of the Trump National Doral Golf Club in South Florida and shouted statements against President Trump is in custody after he was wounded by police gunfire. Police say that after sneaking into the club through a rear entrance, the man, identified as Jonathon Oddi, 42, triggered a fire alarm. He apparently pointed a handgun at people at the hotel but did not shoot anyone. People who had been in the lobby were able to flee. "We don't know what his intentions were," said Miami-Dade Police Department Director Juan Perez. "It appears that he was trying to [lure] our police officers ... into this gunfight. He did succeed, and he did lose. That's the bottom line." Perez said that Oddi "came in, removed a [U.S.] flag from a flagpole at the rear of the complex and brought…
Breaking: At Least Eight Killed in Houston-Area School Shooting
May 18, 2018
Officials say a suspect is in custody; shooting took place early Friday morning at Santa Fe High School At least 8 people are dead in a Texas school shooting, according to a law enforcement official. The perpetrator, believed to be a student at the school, is now in custody. More details will be reported as they become available. It was reported earlier: Authorities are reporting that multiple deaths have occurred in a shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas—near Houston. Officials also report a suspect is in custody. The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas, was treating three patients from the scene with gunshot wounds early Friday, according to David Marshall, the hospital’s chief nursing officer. Two were adults and one person was under the age of 18, he said, speaking…
Turkey Says It’s Helping Palestinians Sue Israel in International Criminal Court
May 17, 2018
'Israel should account for its actions' at Gaza's border fence, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu tells Turkish media Turkey’s foreign minister said Thursday that Israel should be tried at the International Criminal Court for “massacring” Palestinians in recent clashes on the Gaza border, saying Ankara was actively helping the Palestinian Authority prepare a lawsuit against Israel. “Israel should be taken to the International Criminal Court,” Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told Turkey’s state broadcaster TRT. “Since third parties cannot do it, Palestine needs to initiate this.” The Palestinians joined the ICC as a member and signed the Rome statute in 2014, meaning that the Palestinian Authority can sue Israel in The Hague. “We are analyzing what kind of legal steps can be taken,” he said,…
The Mystery of the ‘SpaceBees’ Just Got Even Weirder
May 17, 2018
As the government investigates an unauthorized satellite launch, amateur trackers are watching the skies for clues. “Perfect timing!” Mike Coletta said when he answered the phone. I called him recently to ask about some satellites currently orbiting Earth. Just then, one of them was passing over his home in Colorado. Coletta has been tracking satellites with radio antennas mounted on his house for years. This spring, he’s on a special mission: He wants to catch the transmissions of “SpaceBees,” four satellites that were launched into space without permission. Last December, the Federal Communications Commission, the U.S. government agency that oversees satellite launches, explicitly told the California-based maker of these satellites that they couldn’t launch them. They did it anyway the following…
Austria Charges 17 Identitarians over ‘Hate Speech’ and ‘Criminal Activities’
May 17, 2018
Austrian prosecutors announced criminal charges Monday against 17 members of the "Identitarian Movement" (IBÖ) connected to several of the group's activities in recent years. The state prosecutor in the city of Graz said 10 prominent members of the group and seven other "active sympathisers" were being charged with various counts of hate speech, criminal association, damage to property and coercion. The charges follow raids last month at the houses of several members of the group, including one of its leaders Martin Sellner. The group has staged several stunts in recent years to publicise what prosecutors called its "xenophobic ideology". One such event cited by prosecutors was an incident in March 2017 where members gained access to the roof of the Turkish embassy and hung a banner from it…