Category Archives: Luke Ford

Robert Stark talks to Luke Ford about the Capitol Hill Riots

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark talks to LA based journalist and blogger Luke Ford about the aftermath of the Capitol Hill Riots. Check out Luke’s stream on YouTube and Periscope, and follow him on Twitter.

Topics:

The degree of responsibility Trump bares for the unrest at the Capitol
Trump’s contesting of the election and his failure to substantiate legal claims
Trump’s presidential legacy and the reasons why he lost the election
Media coverage of the riots and the political limitations of pointing out hypocrisy
The real life consequences of Hyperreality and the E-Personality
The online crackdown on the right and the motives of Big Tech
The political process and significance of the impeachment of Trump
Why Luke doesn’t think the unrest will impact America’s standing in the world
The post-Trump GOP
The hype about LA in decline and why Luke thinks LA will continue to thrive

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The Alt-Center, Starkianism and the Demystification of Social Capital

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Originally Published by Shane Eide on Emerging Hermit

There’s something to be said for those in whom the sign of the times less offers an omen and more flashes across their periphery like a neon sign at an amusement park.

In 2019, the assumed excesses of prefixing an ‘Alt’ to any political fringe is virtually guaranteed to incite misunderstanding, scrutiny and suspicion. In that sense, the Alt-Center is a shameless affair. However, it isn’t shameless merely because of its ideas – which are eclectic – but rather, because of its ultimately strategic knowledge of where it sits within the dissident sphere.

The impending antiquation of older ways of thinking about politics is not for them an indication that some inevitable new path will soon announce itself, for which they will conveniently be the vanguard. Rather, this antiquation is for them an occasion to consider the possibility of creating something wholly new whose expression may unfold in ways as varied as one could imagine.

Journalist, artist, novelist and host of Stark Truth Radio, Robert Stark, has built something of a salon for Alt-Center ideas on his show, where, as of late, one may hear talk of Starkianism – existing in its own corner of Alt-Centrism. Roughly put, Alt-Centrism is where ideas of the dissident right and dissident left meet, and is itself comprised of concepts such as Aesthetic Socialism, Aristocratic Radicalism and Alt-Urbanism.

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Robert Stark and Richard Wolstencroft talk about Current Events & Recap Muff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and Matthew Pegas recap the 19th Melbourne Underground Film Festival (Muff 19) with director Richard Wolstencroft.

Topics:

California Fires
Robert and Matthew get their Supply: Best Guerilla Film Award
Former winner of the award James Wan who directed horror film SawThe Conjuring, and Aquaman
Reception of Supply and the personas of Robert Stark and Luke Ford
Theme of diversity of opinion and Left Wing Filmmakers Bruce LaBruce and Terry McMahon
Steve Bannon’s “Trump @ War” and his work with populist movements in Europe
Lauren Southern’s Farmlands
Peter Dutton looks to help persecuted White South African farmers
Recent Melbourne terror attack
GOP’s failure in the mid terms due to embracing a plutocratic rather than populist agenda
Benefits of free healthcare and taxing ultra elite globalists
Smart Socialism which distributes wealth to the most productive and empowers artists and innovators
Jair Bolsonaro’s election in Brazil and how to fix nations with extreme inequality
Bolsonaro’s stance against protecting the rainforest and why the right must embrace environmentalism

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Robert Stark talks about Incel Sex Therapy with Dr. Susan Block

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Robert Stark and Matthew Pegas discuss their documentary Incel Sex Therapy with Dr. Susan Block (Cunilingquality).

Topics:

Susan Block’s background in media and work as a sex therapist
Susan Block’s article Incel Therapy, Bonobo-Style
The Bonobo Way
Support for legalization and subsidization of prostitution
The incel phenomenon and online subculture
Sexual frustration as a cause for conflict throughout history
Factors including social isolation
The anti intellectual faux moral outrage from the mainstream media
Double standards about masculinity and gender roles
Begging for Sex: Gender Equality from the Other Side 
Whether sexual libertinism can exist in small cohesive communities
The experience at Susan Block’s Bonoboville
The concept of Cunnilingquality(between incels and high status women)

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Robert Stark talks to Richard Wolstencroft about Muff 19 & the debut of Supply

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and Matthew Pegas talk to director Richard Wolstencroft about the upcoming 19th Melbourne Underground Film Festival (Muff 19).

Topics:

Richard’s founding of MUFF in 2000
The opening film Mark Savage’s Purgatory Road
The discovery of Saw creator James Wan and Wolf Creek creator Greg McLean
The importance of exposure for underground filmmakers
Past guests including Alex Proyas, Jim Van Bebber and Bret Easton Ellis
The debut of Robert and Matthew’s film (((Supply))) about Luke Ford
Steve Bannon’s “Trump @ War” and Lauren Southern’s Farmlands
LGBT filmmaker Bruce LaBruce’s Ulrike’s Brain
The MUFF censorship controversy and David Cole’s article Gays Against MUFF
The festival’s theme of radical free speech
Richard’s contrarian nature and opposition to elite forced consensus
Importance of political diversity and the ideas of the New Right, Old Left, Alt Center, and Social Libertarianism
Richard’s article LIBERTARIANISM IS PLUTOCRATIC COLLECTIVISM
Boyd Rice, Adam Parfrey, and Apocalypse Culture

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Robert Stark & Matthew Pegas discuss their New Documentary (((Supply)))

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and Matthew Pegas discuss their new documentary (((Supply))). When Podcaster Robert Stark’s dreams of greatness don’t seem to be coming true in Santa Barbara, he heads down to LA to meet the one moral leader who has all the answers: Luke Ford. Produced by Stark Truth TV.

Topics:

The mocumentary theme and side story of Robert Stark’s quest for supply
The interviews with Luke Ford which focus primarily on psychological themes
Using creative output, politics, and online personas to achieve narcissistic supply
Narcissistic supply filling a void that is missing from healthy social bonds
Social status as a core human need
The feeling that you have unjustly been denied status and whether it is based in reality or a coping mechanism
Architecture in Beverly Hills and the contrast between aristocratic aesthetics and the faux liberal capitalist elites
How social status relates to politics
Maladaptive daydreaming and how it can be both destructive and a source for creative inspiration
An Afternoon With Robert Stark in Santa Barbara
Erotic energy as a force for creative pursuits and the importance of sex to both status and forming bonds
Luke’s play Eroticized Rage
The cinematographic and production process
Stark Truth TV as an offshoot of Apocalypse Culture exploring areas of “forbidden knowledge”

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Robert Stark talks to Luke Ford about The Dangers of The E-Personality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Luke Ford brings us his message of Love and Inclusion. Check out Luke’s simulcast on his live stream.

Topics:

The book Virtually You: The Dangerous Powers of the E-Personality
The esoteric power of the silent “la la la’s”
Creating an identity online to deal with a sense of emptiness and lack of self worth in one’s life
How online life creates a sense of escapism, euphoria, and feeling of grandiosity
The pros and cons of becoming more uninhibited online
Online life as a substitute for healthy social interactions
How using an online pseudonym leads to reckless behavior
How online life effects one’s real life social interactions
Knowing when to bite your tongue
Feeling small in a big world
Compare and despair
Stay in your lane!
Luke’s personal struggles and controversies
Attracting broken people who are on your wave length
Online political movements and how they often attract people who lack healthy social bonds in real life
The importance of being part of a community

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Robert Stark talks to Count Fosco about Cruel Intentions, Sex, Class & Alt Politics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The film Cruel Intentions
The Main theme in the movie is the corruption of innocence and purity
The movie has many versions, sequels, and is based on the French original, “Les Liaisons Dangereuses”
Entrapment scenes, gay entrapment, and broken families
Kathryn’s view of sex and her use of sex to manipulate
Sebastian is a little bit more flamboyant than the usual pick up artist; he is confident but in an in-artificial way
The character of Court Reynolds is almost a Spencerian evil “White” character described as a “Nazi”
The mixed-race relationship angle is played up as one of Karthyns violations
Kathryn’s Feminist speech in opposition to “Miss Mary Sunshine.”
Sex as an initiation into a Secret Society as a joke, mentioned by Kathryn
Upper class degeneration isn’t really seen as disgusting or stupid in movies as low class degeneracy
Anti-Semitic tropes in the film
The end of the film was incoherent as it left Sebastian with a redemptive change of heart with very little explanation for it
Old Westbury Gardens manor house where Sebastian’s aunt lives
The misconception that Hollywood is completely controlled and often exposes elite corruption
The recent Alt-Right drama and how the Alt Right is completely separated along class lines
Count’s ideology; Social Nationalism, Economic Populism, and Cultural Elitism
The 12 Steps Of Alt Right Anonymous and how Luke Ford is the most important comedian of the Alt-Right
The Nathan Cofnas critique of Kevin MacDonald and how Count basically agrees with most of it
Lauren Southern’s South Africa Documentary 

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Robert Stark talks to Luke Ford about the Harvey Weinstein scandal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and co-host Joshua Zeidner talk to blogger Luke Ford about the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Topics:

LAT: More than 30 women come forward to accuse director James Toback of sexual harassment
The rape allegations and criminal investigations against Harvey Weinstein
The insular nature of Hollywood
Luke’s involvement in Hollywood as a background player
Luke’s book The Producers: Profiles in Frustration
Harvey Weinstein’s buying off of journalist
Luke’s exposé on a scandal involving the Hollywood Gay Mafia and David Geffen 
Corey Feldman’s allegations against Hollywood
The predatory urge behind sexual power
Luke’s observation that the Porn Industry is a lot more honest and open than Hollywood
Luke’s estimate that most actors and actresses trade sexual favors for roles
Ilana Mercer’s article Harvey Sweinstein and Hollywood’s Hos
Tablet Mag: Harvey Weinstein, Philip Roth, and Jewish Perverts
Harvey Weinstein’s personality type

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Robert Stark interviews Josh Alan Friedman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and co-host Pilleater talk to writer and musician Josh Alan Friedman. He blogs at Black Cracker Online

Topics:

Intro Song: “Thanksgiving at McDonald’s in Times Square” by Josh Alan Friedman
Josh’s book Black Cracker about his experience going to the last segregated Black school in New York
Recovering lost memories from 1962 when Josh was in 1st Grade
The account of Josh being lynched in the book
The location of Glen Cove, Long Island, Black Shanty Towns, and the Gold Coast Era
Reactions to the book
Race relations in New York City in the 70’s, school busing, and the Bernie Goetz incident
Josh’s move to Dallas, Texas where his music career took off
Josh’s interest in Blues music, White adaptation of the Blues in the 60’s, the 80’s Blues Revival in Texas, and decline in interest among Blacks
Josh’s solo guitar act
Openings for bands including Huey Lewis and the News, War, Johnny Winter, and Bad Company
Josh’s book Tales of Times Square about Time Square in the 70’s; Robert Stark’s interview with Robert Brenner about his Gritty Old Time Square Tours
Josh’s observation that Broadway in Downtown LA reminds him of old Time Square
Josh’s interview with Luke Ford
Josh’s experience working for Al Goldstein’s Screw Magazine
Josh’s book I, Goldstein, which is a co-written autobiography about Al Goldstein
Josh’s book When Sex Was Dirty
Rules for Journalist; “never pay for an interview”
Book Publishing; the era of “the gate keeper,” independent publishing houses such as Feral House, and self-publishing today
The effects of the internet on musicians


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