Category Archives: Nihilism

Robert Stark interviews Alex von Goldstein about Pepe the Frog

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Topics include:

Matt Furie as the creator of Pepe, and the transition of Pepe from a Vice.com online comic character to a symbol of “The Current Year”
What is “the Current Year” and how does it relate to Jean Baudrillard‘s idea of “the simulation”?
The visceral real (sex, violence) and how it loses itself in modernity, replaced with video simulation
The plastic, “feels good man” reality that pepe exists in
How the Transition of Pepe into a figure of the Current Year shows how people really think, not what the Establishment wants us to think
How Pepe’s popularity became widespread on 4Chan, and among NEETs and Incels
Pepe, the Oregon Shooter, and the Beta Uprising meme
How Pepe became an incon of the Alt-right and Trump campaign
The idea of “The Trolls” as the dissident members of the society, and how Left-Wing Trolls are essentially “Agent Smiths” of the Matrix
How White people are split between Post-White(master and slave dialectic/the breeders of the society) and the dissidents (Alt Right, Radical Center, Manosphere, Trad-Con, HBD, etc)
Pepe as a figure for those who are kicked out of society(the New Barbarians as Jack Donovan says)
Pepe as a symbol of nihilism, and how nihilism serves a purpose to tear down our current societies values but is not viable as a permenent state of being
Pepe as a fertility figure and how Pepe will lead nerds and dissidents to a happy and healthy future

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Robert Stark interviews Paul Bingham about Black House Rocked & Cultural Trends

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Topics include:

Paul’s Novel Black House Rocked which Robert interviewed Paul’s co-author Emril Krestle about
How almost everything in the story was based on real life events
How the protagonist’s story was inspired by a friend of Paul’s who was falsely convicted of Child Molestation
Why Paul picked a character who was at the bottom of society
How Paul see’s his characters as willing to pay the price for their qualities
The cultural and political topics covered in the book
The setting the book, an economically decimated community in the Ozarks
The Fabian concept of a commuter town which led to modern lifeless bedroom communities
Why the culture of Flyover country should not be fetishized
How despite regional differences the media sets the culture and values in America
Paul’s view that the Alternative Right tends fosters a critique of society without producing any goals or culture
The Poet & The Cat, how Paul gives Robert credit for it’s inception, and production, and how he wrote the script when he was drunk, broken down, in the middle of the night
James O’meara Reviews The Poet & The Cat
The writer Taylor Caldwell
How the theme of theme of nihilism and viewing society as empty is nothing new(ex. Dostoevsky)
Cicero
The concept of dying with honor
How the bloodshed and violence of the middle east has produced great poetry and literature
Saddam Hussein’s literary work and why Paul want’s to see it translated into English and made widespread
Black humor and finding humor in the worst situations
Paul’s theory of generations; Millennials versus the younger generation who are still in their teens
How the 1980’s was the last decade of cultural innovation in music
How Rap has always been about selling out since it left the streets
The genre of angry rock in the 90’s that died off after the Columbine Massacre
James O’Meara view of acceptable versus unacceptable homosexuality
Paul’s view of the German band Rammstein as an example of unacceptable homosexuality
John Houston’s critique of Tennessee William’s play The Night of the Iguana from his memiors
The “Wiggerfication” of Country Music and Rednecks
How the lack of real life experiences leads to the sterility of the culture
The film  Winter’s Bone which is set in the Ozarks like Paul’s book
How Paul views Robert Stark as one of the few truly independent journalist


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Robert Stark interviews Colin Liddell about Radical Islam & the Black Pill

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Topics include:

The Paris Terrorist attack and the political reactions to it
The profiles of the terrorist and how one was a refugee and the other was Belgium born of North African origin
9/11 and how the Neocons exploited it to promote wars in the Middle East, Spy on American Citizens, while not enforcing our own immigration laws
PARIS AND THE FAILURE OF THE CULTURAL DEATH CAMPS
Colin’s article LARPING THE CALIPHATE about how ISIS is able to exist within a power vacuum
How many men who join ISIS join to feel powerful rather than for religious reasons
How ISIS has designed an approach to feed off the news media
How Western Elites have tried to win over Muslim immigrants with hedonism and consumerism
How Muslims in Europe have an inferiority complex and cope with violence and a belief in religious superiority
How young men have a psychological need to feel dominant and have a sense of pride
How young working class white men are being pushed to the margins and whether they will become radicalized
American Spree Shooters and how they compare with Muslim terrorist
Colin’s article THE BLACK PILL
How the Blue Pill represents accepting the values of society
How the Red Pill rejects modern society and seeks to restore a more organic society(ex. Identitarians)
How Blue Bill losers tend to turn to a sedentary lifestyle rather than embrace the Black Pill
How the Black Pill represents nihilism and appeals to disillusioned Red Pillers
How western society has become totally atomized unlike Muslim societies which are tribal
Colin’s article on Casa Pound in Italy
Colin’s interview with Casa Pound’s leader Gianluca Iannone
Casa Pound’s Third Positionist strategy opposing usury, supporting the poor, and the struggles of oppressed people’s in the Third World


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Robert Stark interviews Andy Nowicki about Notes Before Death

Notes Before Death

Robert Stark talks to Alternative Right co-editor Andy Nowicki about his latest book Notes Before Death

Topics include:

The Philosophical questions regarding life and death
The Suffering God and the Culture of Death
Confronting one’s own mortality
How the onset of adolescents and sexualization changes ones view towards life
Andy’s book Considering Suicide
The book’s essay “The Street Hardly Understands” about T.S. Elliot
Duran Duran’s New Moon on Monday and it’s esoteric lyrics
The shallowness of Christian Hollywood and why Christian art doesn’t always have to be wholesome
The Black Pill and how nihilism can be liberating


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Robert Stark interviews Luke Ford about the Germanwings Pilot, Despair & Eroticized Rage

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Topics include:

Luke’s new Torah Talk show which relates the Torah’s text to modern day issues of Race, Nationalism, and Jewish Gentile relations
Luke’s New Co-Host who is a beautiful young blonde Jewish girl who shares Luke’s passion for the Torah and dissident politics
The Torah Corral
Jews For Consistency
Narcissist and God: Love-Hate Relationship
What’s The Difference Between A Blogger And A Suicide Bomber?
Was Andreas Lubitz A Beta Male Suicide Bomber?
What is the SCALE problem?
Andreas Lubitz: The Intersection of Mental Illness And Social Atomization
How Nihilist and Sociopaths often have accurate observations on human nature that those with a moral code tend to look over
Gendered Racial Exclusion by White Internet Daters
The theme of degradation in Pornography, with the exception of the watchmygf website which is comprised soley of amateur porn videos of every day people in all shapes and sizes that are just making their own porn videos at home and then submitting them to the website for all to enjoy.

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Robert Stark interviews Matt Forney on Bowden & Sade

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Topics include:

Jonathan Bowden’s Mad

The theme of teenage angst and alienation with modern society

Jonathan Bowden’s Sade

How the Marquis de Sade symbolizes the dark side of the Enlightenment

Sade’s honest nihilism versus the politically correct moralistic degeneracy of modern liberal society

How human nature becomes animalistic once it is stripped of morality

How Bowden labeled Andrea Dworkin a female de Sade

Parallels between Dworkin, Sade, and Elliot Rodger’s manifesto

Camille Paglia as a dissident feminist

 

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