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Robert Stark’s Articles & Vanity Features

Can Public Banking save the Financial System and prevent Consolidation and a Credit Crunch?
Even Ultra-Bear’s Have Their Copes (Harry Dent predicts Mega Crash in June, followed by Millennial-lead recovery in late 2024)
College May be a Scam, College Town Urbanism is Not (The modern campus experience is sociologically fraught, but it just might have the keys to rebuilding social capital)
Beware of the Restrict Act: Patriot Act for the Internet on Steroids
Fed’s attempt at Goldilocks Scenario (Soft Pivot) will crash the Economy
Economic Death Spiral (Fed Trap: Financial Collapse or Hyper Inflation?)
How the Scott Adams Situation vindicates the case for Symmetrical Multiculturalism
Psycho-Political Symbolism of Prison Rape
Intersectionality of the Smart but Poor
UBI Reconsidered For ’23
White Californians as a Prototype for America’s Multiethnic Future
Why Eagle Act Immigration Bill is against True Diversity
Caruso goes bust in LA: a Radical-Centrist Analysis
A Sober Look at Ukraine War Narratives
A Rightwing Multiculturalist approach to Immigration
Revisiting the Politics and Demographics of Bay Area Enclavism
GOP Populists lack an Institutional Strategy
New US Birth Data vindicates Breeder Selection Theory (Mini-White Baby Boom)
Why California’s Affirmative Action Ban may have harmed White Enrollment
Neon Nationalism or Minimalist Renovations: Which way Western Man?
Politics over Poolside: The Case for Aquaticism
Radically Unconventional Solutions to Inequality (including Universal Orphanhood)
Replacement Theory and The Future of America’s Identity Crisis
Failure of California Democrat’s Economic Agenda creates an opening for the Radical Center
Is California Overpopulated? (Santa Barbara edition)
Elon Musk’s offer of Freedom through benevolent Oligarchy
Can Michael Shellenberger’s Centrism Save California?
Why not Reparations for White Californians too?
LA’s Brentwood School: Ground-Zero for Elite Ethno-Masochism
Could the Ukraine Conflict cause a realignment on Immigration ?
Is this the end of “The End of History” ?
The Intra-NIMBY Politics of the Proposed Santa Monica-Malibu School Split
YIMBY’s Plan to integrate the East Bay’s White Enclave
The Radical Center’s Psychosocial approach to Race Relations
2020 Census: In-Depth Analysis of LA’s Demographic Trends
The prospects for a viable Non-Leftist California Nationalism
Down and Celibate in Beverly Hills (NIMBY Edition)
Left-NIMBYs Mogged by the YIMBY to Alt-Right Pipeline
Matt Yglesias endorses The Great Class Swap
Rightwing Multiculturalism Explained
NIMBY Victory in Santa Barbara’s Mayoral Race
Xenophobia is Woke now?
Are YIMBYism and Enclavism Compatible?
Are NIMBYs and YIMBYs Two Sides of the Same Coin?
Woke Culture as a Minimalist Mall Renovation for America
New California Nationalist Unity Platform
Santa Barbara Mayoral Race puts the Spotlight on longtime NIMBY stronghold
Why the new “Populist” GOP is the worst of both worlds
2020 Census: Speculating The Bay Area’s Demographic Future
NIMBYs: The Real Culprit in California’s “Great Replacement”
Alt-Center Lexicon
Thoughts on Afghan Refugee Resettlement, YIMBYism, and Enclavism
Radical Centrist Guide to the California Gubernatorial Recall
A Proposal for a New Alt-Center: Philosophy & Policy
The Alt-Center Revisited
Cape Independence and shared California values
California NIMBY Cities must pursue Enclave Status or embrace the inevitable YIMBY Future
Amidst Global Crises, US should honor its commitment to Diversity
A Post-American 4th of July in the Bay Area
Endorsement of Louis Marinelli for California Governor
Proposal to reform Property Taxation in California
The Politics of Housing and Property Taxation in California
Calexit and the California Recall
California’s Future of Pan-Enclavism
New Pluralist Vision for California
UBI for California
Hypothetical Political Realignments under Calexit
The Great Class Swap
An Alternative Vision for California

Joakim Andersen: Robert Stark and the Radical Center (in Swedish) English
Doxometrist: Alt-center pill: TL;DR of Robert Stark’s proposal
GiantArt Productions: The Fauvist Vaporwave Interiors of Robert Stark
Shane Eide: The Alt-Center, Starkianism and the Demystification of Social Capital

Unz Review:
The Denmark Plan Versus Right-Wing Multi-Culturalism
Pod-Living vs. the White Picket Fence: A False Dichotomy
You Can’t Take Back America But You Can Join the Tribe
Who Breeds in California
Exploring California’s Political Demographics Based On In-Depth 2020 Election Analysis
White Millennials: America’s Sacrificial Lamb
The Real Wealth Gap: The intergenerational wealth gap, the housing crisis, and how “BLM vs. MAGA” poisons the discussion on every issue

Stark Truth:
Alt-Urbanism: Building a Based Urban Middle Class SWPL Utopia
Alt Urbanism: Retrofitting The Aesthetically Pleasing Suburb
Scarcity of Positional Goods is the basis for Aesthetic Socialism
Aristocratic Aesthetic Socialism

Taki’s Magazine:
Andrew Yang and the Post-Nationalist Future

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The Stark Truth: New Right versus Old


The Old Right means Fascism, National Socialism, and other national-populist movements, which are the pre-eminent attempts to restore traditional hierarchical social forms within the context of modernity. Fascism and National Socialism were not merely reactionary, rear-guard resistances to modern egalitarianism by partisans of corrupt hierarchies. They represented a genuinely revolutionary impetus to restore vital, archaic, hierarchical values within the context of modern science, technology, and mass society.

Robert Stark interviews returning guest Greg Johnson. Topics include:

  • Greg Johnson’s “Essay on New Right vs. Old”;
  • How the North American New Right is founded on the rejection of Fascist and National Socialist party politics, totalitarianism, terrorism, imperialism, and genocide;
  • How the New Right and the Old Right share the same goal–a society that is not just hierarchical but also organic;
  • The rejection of both egalitarianism and the plutocracy, and the need for a meritocracy.


Transcript of interview:

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Robert Stark Interviews Keith Preston









Robert Stark welcomes back Keith Preston of Attack the System. Topics include:

  • Keith’s article “Who am I? Left, Right, or Center”:
  • How his anti-imperialist views on foreign policy overlap with the far Left as well as Paleoconservative and New Right thinkers
  • How he finds his critique of capitalism often overlaps with both those of the far Left but also those of Catholic distributists and social nationalists on the far Right
  • How he shares some views on social issues with the Left, but swings back to the Right on decentralist, anti-statist or civil libertarian grounds
  • His support for regionalist and ethno-identitarian movements as a bulwark against imperialism and the Leviathan state
  • The cult of guilt by association versus intellectual freedom
  • Making a case against mass immigration to anarchists
  • His podcast “Who Are the Power Elite?”:
  • The difference between power elite analysis and conspiracy theories
  • Power elite analysis versus theories of democratic pluralism
  • How the power elite uses demographic, cultural, and class conflict to protect its own position of dominance
  • Robert Putnam’s book Bowling Alone and the concept of social capital
  • His podcast “Creating Alternative Infrastructure”:

Anthony Migchels Returns to Discuss Monetary Reform












Dutch-based financial reformer Anthony Migchels returns to The Stark Truth. His blog is discussed include:

  • Banking reform in Ireland
  • Immigration and the premeditated destruction of western civilization
  • The real estate boom in Ireland
  • The Winged Lion Award
  • Hitler’s economic policies
  • Gottfried Feder and National Socialism
  • National Socialism vs. decentralism
  • Capitalism and usury
  • Capitalism and the concentration of wealth and power and the globalist agenda
  • Ending usury as the key to preserving a middle class society with wide distribution of wealth
  • G. Edward Griffin’s admission that most of the world’s gold is owned by banks
  • Brother Nathaniel Kapner’s recent repudiation of libertarianism, Austrian economics, and the gold standard
  • How money creation by banks undermines the “time preference” argument for usury
  • Why money should not be scarce. Why money should be part of the commons.
  • How ending usury makes socialist redistribution schemes unnecessary and superfluous
  • Debt-free money vs. interest-free credit
  • Why interest-free credit is superior to debt-free money
  • Interest strike versus debt repudiation
  • How money scarcity is caused by usury
  • William Jennings Bryan
  • Hungarian monetary policy: goodbye to the International Monetary Fund, no to the Euro
  • How usury creates mass starvation in poor countries
  • Education loans in the United States
  • How usury is a driving force behind environmental devastation
  • How usury is connected to cultural degeneracy and hedonism
  • Usury and war

Robert Stark Interviews Andy Nowicki on Lost Violent Souls












Robert Stark talks to novelist and commentator Andy Nowicki about:

  • His latest collection of short stories, Lost Violent Souls
  • His alternative history “Oswald Takes Aim”
  • The character of Lee Harvey Oswald
  • The meaning of “Motel Man”
  • Themes in his writing: sexuality, desperation, suicide
  • The meaning and source of the title “Lost Violent Souls”
  • The critical reaction so far
  • His satire of marriage equality
  • His forthcoming book Beauty and the Least

Robert Stark interviews Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya on The Dharma Manifesto




Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya was born in New York City. He is a European-American of Italian and Spanish heritage. He is widely recognized as one of the world’s most respected and qualified Dharma teachers.

Acharyaji began his personal spiritual journey over 40 years ago at the tender age of ten when he read the Bhagavad-Gita for the very first time. He coupled his decades of intense spiritual practice and study with advanced academic achievements, earning a B.A. in philosophy from Loyola University Chicago, as well as an M.A. and Ph.D. in religious studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Explaining to his doctoral advisor that “I don’t want to just study the history of religion . . . I want to make religious history,” Acharyaji eventually left academia to devote himself exclusively to spiritual teaching and to the restoration of the great tradition of Sanatana Dharma.

Today, Sri Acharyaji occupies his full time teaching Dharma spirituality to large audiences of Western students. In addition to leading classes, seminars and lecturing widely on Sanatana Dharma, Sri Acharyaji is a renowned author, as well as a personal spiritual guide (guru) to a rapidly increasing following of enthusiastic students. His nine published books include The Dharma Manifesto: A New Vision for Global Transformation, which was just published by the European New Right publisher Arktos Media.

For more information about the life and teachings of Sri Acharyaji, please visit his website:

Topics discussed include:

  • What exactly is Dharma from a philosophical perspective?
  • Is Dharma synonymous with “Hinduism”?
  • What does Dharma have to do with Europeans and people of European decent?
  • How did you become a follower of Sanatana Dharma?
  • What is the basic premise and purpose of The Dharma Manifesto?
  • What is the Dharma/Abrahamist divide?
  • What is Conflict Theory?
  • What actually constitutes a “nation”?
  • What is the difference between natural diversity versus multiculturalism?
  • What would a Dharma Nation look like?
  • The Hindu Caste System and why its a disaster to allow the merchant caste, the Vaisya to become the ruling class.
  • How a Dharma based foreign policy would be implemented
  • How a Dharma-based economic system would be implemented and how it is similar to distributism and opposed to usury
  • Environmentalism and animal rights

Robert Stark interviews Kerry Bolton on his new book Babel Inc.: Multiculturalism, Globalisation, & the New World Order












Robert Stark interviews Kerry Bolton on his new book Babel Inc. Multiculturalism, Globalisation, and the New World OrderTopics discussed include:

Robert Stark interviews Kerry Bolton on his new book Babel Inc. Multiculturalism, Globalisation, and the New World Order. Topics discussed include:

  • Capitalism is opposed to particular identities
  • Decolonization and globalization
  • Apartheid as pro-worker and anti-globalization
  • How the African National Congress has pursued a policy of privatization and globalization
  • Multiculturalism as path to a global homogeneous culture
  • The Jewish factor in globalization and multiculturalism
  • How the logic of capitalism promotes globalization independent of Jewish interests
  • George Soros
  • The US promotion of American pop and ghetto culture world wide
  • The Islamization of Europe and the responses
  • The de-Europeanization of Europe
  • Wars in the name of multiculturalism: Serbia, the Muslim world
  • How Serbia was bombed under the pretext of humanitarianism and forced to privatize its enterprises as a condition for peace
  • The corporate and foundation funding of multiculturalism and anti-white policies

Robert Stark Interviews Matt Forney on Going Postal












Robert Stark interviews blogger Matt Forney ( on Mark Ames’s Going Postal: Rage, Murder, and Rebellion: From Reagan’s Workplaces to Clinton’s Columbine and Beyond.


Topics discussed include:

  • How slaves in the antebellum South were conditioned to accept slavery and how it relates to corporate America.
  • How Ronald Reagan restructured the economic system
  • Why Reagaonomics provocked spree shootings
  • Why the Right-wing is wrong when it misinterprets political correctness for egalitarianism and how America today is the most inegalitarian in its history
  • Why whites are overrepresneted among spree shooters.
  • How managerialism combines the worst aspects of capitalism and socialism
  • The connection between standardized tests and school shootings
  • How the value of the college degree collapsed.
  • How bullying in schools is institutionalized and how prevention of retribution against bullying contributes to spree shootings
  • How sexual frustration contributes to spree shootings but the manosphere is wrong about its the primary reason
  • How feminism and mass immigration suppress wages and how Ames ignores those issues and complains about scapegoating of immigrants.
  • How the Alternative Right has failed to adress the economic issue
  • Andy Nowicki’s The Columbine Pilgrim
  • Why suffering seldom ennobles people but instead makes them into monsters
  • The aim of workplace shootings is to destroy the system that oppresses the shooter
  • The aim of school shootings is to destroy a system of oppression, most often bullies



Robert Stark Interviews Paul Gottfried on the Frankfurt School













Robert Stark interviews Professor Paul Gottfried. Topics discussed include:

  • His recent speech at the Identitarian Ideas conference in Sweden
  • The origins of the Frankfurt School
  • The Jewish nature of the Frankfurt School
  • Why the Frankfurt School is not orthodox Marxism but cultural Marxism
  • Cultural Marxism and political correctness
  • Gottfried’s book The Strange Death of Marxism: The European Left in the New Millennium
  • The cultural Marxist abandonment of the working class for managerial class/cognitive elitist identity politics
  • The Leftist/communist origins of neo-conservatism
  • How American academia today is far more radical than cultural Marxism
  • The conservative cultural values of the classical bourgeoisie, orthodox Marxists, and even the Frankfurt School compared to the values of the contemporary cultural Leftist managerial class
  • Anti-racism and cultural Marxism



Robert Stark interviews Greg Johnson on the Boomerang Generation












Robert Stark interviews Greg Johnson about his article “The Boomerang Generation: Connecting with Our Proletariat.” Topics discussed include:

  • The failure of Occupy Wall Street to address the needs of the Boomerang generation
  • A political Agenda agenda for the Boomerang generation: ending affirmative action in education and employment, repudiating college debts, reinstituting protectionism, recapitalizing the American economy, and making family formation affordable
  • Why the system is no longer coopting the Boomerang generation.
  • Why there should be complete confiscation of wealth generated by dismantling the American economy in order to recapitalize American industry
  • How dispossessed millenials need to explore mortgage-free, sustainable, off-the-grid lifestyles