Category Archives: Oscar Wilde

Robert Stark interviews Kevin Kautzman












Robert Stark talks to playwright Kevin Kautzman about his play MODERATION, playwright Oscar Wilde, and author William S. Burroughs. Check out Kevin’s podcast Art of Darkness, web series Money Shot Show, and follow him on Twitter.


The online premier of the latest iteration of MODERATION, a dark comedy about social media moderators
Kevin’s play Dream of Perfect Sleep
Oscar Wilde: The Love That Dare Not Speak Its Name
Oscar Wilde’s political views and philosophy of aestheticism, his prison letter De Profundis, and notable quotes
William S. Burroughs: Liberalism with a Gun
The Beat Generation
The economic and political mechanisms of the arts
The artist’s legacy within the framework of cancel culture
Upcoming podcasts on Stanley Kubrick, Charles Bukowski, and Ernest Hemmingway

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Checkout Robert Stark’s Facebook pageTwitterInstagramStark Truth TV, novel Journey to Vapor Island, and in production documentary The Gospel of Gibson.

‘A Vaporwave Literary Genre? from the mind of Robert Stark” BY “Count Fosco”










Count Fosco reviews Robert Stark’s novel  Journey to Vapor Island. Count Fosco has a background in the film industry in Canada.

The name of Robert Stark is a password in underground media in the English speaking world. Like “Fidelio” from Eyes Wide Shut or “Open Sesame” from the Arabian Knights: dissident, majoritarian and populist authors, activists, media personalities and artists have all be at virtual Robert Stark journalistic parties for over a decade now. While many of us quietly tuned into his show ever since our teens like Nick Caraway wondering what magnificent guests had to saw across the lawn, none predicted the storm coming. The inner book from this journalist has arrived drawing on the seemingly infinity lava flow that seems to have been spawned by the high priesthood of Kek ever since the election of Donald Trump.

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Robert Stark talks about Mishima, Taxi Driver, & Aristocratic Individualism

















Robert Stark discusses the films Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters and Taxi Driver

Topics include:

Paul Schrader, who wrote both films, and directed Mishima
Schrader as a subversive non-conformist who exists within Hollywood culture
The theme of alienation in both films
The Nietzschean theme of a weak man empowering himself
The life and legacy of Yukio Mishima
How both Yukio Mishima and Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver are similar archetypes, existing in different environments
How both characters are aristocratic individualists, who envision an ideal world that is at odds with their current situation
An Aristocratic Individualist is someone who follows their own path instead of submitting to societies standards
Aristocratic Individualism is about having a clear vision for an ideal society, rather than individualism in the sense of everyone doing what ever they want
Examples of Aristocratic Individualists include, J. R. R. TolkienAleister CrowleyOscar Wilde, H. L. MenckenDavid LynchRichard WolstencroftSalvador DalíJonathan Bowden,Ernst Jünger, and Friedrich Nietzsche
The theme of romantic rejection, and the corrupting nature that sex plays in both films
Mishima’s story, The Temple of the Golden Pavilion
How Aristocratic Individualists resent that they are being denied their rightful place in society, and the normie response that it’s a coping mechanism for losers
How Aristocratic Individualists take actions that can lead to either greatness or alienation
How Yukio Mishima rebelled against Japan’s process of modernization and Americanization
The scene where Yukio Mishima spoke to leftist college students, stating that he is fighting  against the same forces they are, but they dismissed them
The parallels to to how European New Right thinkers such as Alain de Benoist share views with the dissident left( ex. anti globalization, anti-consumerism, anti-imperialism, and pro-environment)
How Yukio Mishima was dismissed in his time, but dissidents are later validated in times of turmoil
Mishima’s Japanese minimalist aesthetic vs. Taxi Driver’s urban grittiness of 70’s New York City
New York Neon: Taxi Driver locales in Time Square, and “porn tourism,” which seeks out the remnants that have survived gentrification
The Neo-noir genre
The Retro-futurist theme in Mishima, combining ancient Japanese culture with the 80’s vision of the future(Vaporwave)
Eiko Ishioka, who was the art director for Mishima
The fantasy dream sequences in Mishima, and the dream like quality to 80’s films which are the essence of art
Bernard Herrmann‘s Jazz score for Taxi Driver, which captures the feeling of alienation and urban grittiness, and  Philip Glass‘s minimalist classical score for Mishima
Aristocratic Individualist Fashion style including designer Comme des Garçons and the director John Waters

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Robert Stark Interviews James J. O’Meara











Robert Stark interviews James J. O’Meara about his new Counter-Currents title The Homo and the Negro: Masculinist Meditations on Politics and Popular Culture. Topics discussed include:

How the book came about
The title and title essay
The sense in which O’Meara is a Traditionalist
The concept of Gonzo Traditionalism
Different contemporary models of homosexuality
O’Meara’s critique of the modern “gay” identity
O’Meara’s critique of “gay marriage”
How traditional societies harmonized same-sex attractions with “family values”
How homosexuals in traditional societies have been culture creators and conservers, as opposed to modern “gays” and their role in culture distortion and destruction
The role of all-male groups in the creation of civilization
How Right-wing, Judeo-Christian homophobia causes the breakdown of all-male groups
Why culture, creativity, manners, intelligence, and education today are now disdained as “gay”
Why uncultured oafs — rednecks, black thugs, etc. — are treated as authentically masculine archetypes
How homophobia makes the modern Right stupid, dull, and grungy
William F. Buckley
American architect Ralph Adams Cram
Noël Coward
Oscar Wilde
Homosexuality in traditional Muslim and Hindu societies
Alain Daniélou
O’Meara’s essay “The Gilmore Girls Occupy Wall Street”
Homosexuality and National Socialism
They Live
White popular music and O’Meara’s defense of Aryan New Age music

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