Paul Kersey - Diversity in America: The Death of the Space Program - Hour 1
September 24, 2016
Paul Kersey is the author of the blog Stuff Black People Don't Like, and has published many books on race, multiculturalism, and society, including SBPDL Year One, Hollywood in Blackface, Escape From Detroit, and Whitey on the Moon: Race and the Death of NASA.
We begin by considering how profoundly captivating White America finds spectator sports. Paul argues that, above all else, watching professional sports provides them with a sense of ...
Bart, Michael - Erkenbrand: The Alt-Right in the Netherlands - Hour 1
September 19, 2016
Dutch Alt-Right activists Bart and Michael have taken the initiative to set up regular meetups in the Netherlands people concerned with the future of Europe. Their first conference, Erkenbrand, will take place in Rotterdam at the end of September and include guests such as Millennial Woes and Roger Devlin.
We begin with a few necessary introductions, including a brief mention of the upcoming Erkenbrand conference in Holland. We then delve into the ...
Aristocles, Tacitus, Tharru, Titus - KulturKampf - Hour 1
September 16, 2016
KulturKampf is a podcast on The Right Stuff Radio hosted by Titus Flavius, Tharru Larbi, Aristocles, and Gaius Tacitus. Primarily focused on philosophy, KulturKampf was created to rekindle interest in the Western tradition and utilize the wisdom of our forebears in the contemporary culture war. Reinhard Wolff also joins us this show as a guest host.
To begin, Titus Flavius outlines the origins of KulturKampf. We learn that the podcast was born out of a desire to focus on timeless ...
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Editor's Note: This is only going to become more common. Which way, White America? Huddled in gridlocked cars as a roiling street protest bore upon them in the darkness, motorists pleaded with 911 operators for help in the week’s first wave of violence early Wednesday. Scenes of chaos were described in recordings released Monday by the city of Charlotte. Starting around 1:30 a.m., calls poured in to the emergency communications center as demonstrators angered by the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott flooded onto W.T. Harris Boulevard and Interstate 85. One of the first calls came from a woman in a Chrysler 300 stuck in traffic at Harris Boulevard and North Tryon Street when demonstrators began pounding on cars. “I’m trapped,” she said. “They’re all in the street … Oh my God, they’re coming!” A…
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September 27, 2016
I’d like to begin with a warning: it’s quite possible that the mainstream media will spin this debate in Hillary’s favor in an attempt to disillusion – or black-pill, if you will – Trump’s loyal supporters. But fear not! Despite what the Lügenpresse might claim, Trump won this round. With that out of the way, let’s proceed to the debate itself. The first topic, achieving prosperity, spawned a discussion on trade, jobs, taxes, and more. Hillary enthusiastically endorsed raising the federal minimum wage; she also mentioned the wage gap which, despite being summarily disproven, continues to find mainstream acceptance. Trump, on the other hand, spoke about the adverse effects of outsourcing. Interestingly, Trump claimed to agree with Hillary on the issue of childbirth and its impact on working…
Erkenbrand Conference - European Resurrection: Identitarianism in Europe
September 26, 2016
Red Ice will be live streaming the Erkenbrand conference that is taking place in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The theme is European Resurrection: How Identitarianism Will Shape the Future of Europe. Millennial Woes, F. Roger Devlin & a third mystery guest will be speaking on Tuesday the 27th at 7 pm Central European Summer Time / 1 pm Eastern Daylight Time / 10 am Pacific Daylight Time. Watch it live here redice.tv/live
Swedish police lose control amid refugee crisis as number of 'no-go zones' rises to 55
September 26, 2016
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Police in France arrest teenagers in Nice on suspicion of terrorism
September 26, 2016
Police said they had arrested two teenage women in mid-September in the French city of Nice on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack in the country, said the Paris prosecutors' office on Sunday. "They were incited to commit an attack on specific targets in retaliation for the recent death of the Daesh's spokesman," a source close to the investigation told the French newspaper "Le Parisien," referring to the "Islamic State" militant group by its Arabic acronym. Terrorisme : interpellations de jeunes Niçoises qui voulaient frapper https://t.co/MmmTazZIap — Le Parisien (@le_Parisien) September 25, 2016 The women, aged 17 and 19, confessed to considering an attack on French soil, but reportedly abandoned the idea, "Le Parisien" added. They were from the same neighborhood in Nice as Mohamed Lahouaiej…