Category Archives: Colin Liddell

Robert Stark interviews Anatoly Karlin about his American Decade, Futurism, & Political Trends










Robert Stark and co-host Pilleater talk to Anatoly Karlin. He blogs at The Unz Review

Topics include:

Anatoly’s article at the Unz Review about his American Decade
Why Anatoly is leaving the United States and going back to Russia
How the United States is becoming more like Europe
T.R. Reid’s book The United States of Europe, where he argued that the EU was emerging as a superpower rivaling the US, but has latter been disproved
How during the Bush era Americans perceived Europeans as “Cheese Eating Surrender Moneys,” but latter Sarkozy became the architect of the war in Libya, and arming Syrian rebels
Another element of America’s Europeanization is the decline in social conservatism, the surge in support for gay marriage, and drug legalization
Anatoly’s political views, which are fairly socially liberal(except for rejecting political correctness, and radical feminism),  economically centrist, and closest to Rabbit’s AltLeft
U.S. Millennials More Likely to Support Censoring Offensive Speech, especially among university students who are the future elites
The decline in American fertility rates toward European levels
How American politics now resembles Europe in the sense that there are five distinct blocs: Clinton democrats, Sanders socialists, Rubio/Bush etablishment conservatives, Cruz Bible-bashers, and Trump nationalists.
Anatoly’s pre election prediction article US Elections 2016: Let’s MAGA, Not War, and Trump’s support in the rust belt
Trump’s economic policies as a hybrid of supply side economics, and economic nationalism, and the similarities to Putin’s economic policies in Russia
The GINI index of income inequality
The pros and cons of economic automation, and the basic income
Transhumanism, Zoltan Istvan, and his book The Transhumanist Wager
The Bay Area where Anatoly spent most of his time in the US, and how it’s pretty much ideal, but also the most expensive macro-region of the US
California is also home to Ron Unz, Steve Sailer, as well as the “Alt Left” movement(the tiny group of thinkers combining leftist economics with HBD, sane views on gender relations, and a penchant for futurism )
The futurist scene in the Bay Area including Scott Jackisch’s Bay Area Futurists meetup, Health Extensions Salons, Mike Johnson’s Qualia Research Institute, Effective Altruism, and the “techno” faction of NRx
Mass Transit, Bay Area Rapid Transit, how older cities tend to have more integrated transit systems, and why conservatives oppose mass transit
Global Warming, Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius who discovered climate change, debunking climate change deniers, and whether it will benefit arctic regions such as Russia
Observations on other American cities including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Washington DC, and Pittsburgh
Anatoly’s experience ridding across the nation on Amtrak
Architecture: Skyscrapers, Brutalism, architect John Portman’s 70’s Neofuturism, and Rabbit’s ideal city based on the film Logan’s run
America’s great wilderness and National Park System

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Robert Stark interviews Colin Liddell about David Bowie










Topics include:

Colin’s background in music journalism
How he interviewed  Ian Astbury of the Cult, Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden, Herbie Hancock, and Japanese Prime Minister Morihiro Hosokawa
Colin’s article Loving the Alien
The significance of the year 1947 of Bowie’s birth and the year 2016 of his death
How in the 70’s Bowie set the style while in the 80’s he was influenced by the sound of that era
The liberal concept of progress and how each decade from the 50’s to 80’s had a distinct culture
How culture has stagnated in the 21st Century
Bowie songs that told a story such as Space Oddity
Bowie obtuse and abstract lyrics
Bowie’s use of symbolism
How different people have their own interpretation of Bowie’s work
Bowie and British culture
How Bowie and British bands in general put a stronger emphasis on visual imagery
Bowie’s non musical artistic endeavors
Bowie as a precursor to troll culture
How Bowie and other counter-culture icons of the 70’s and 80’s such as the Clash, Sex Pistols, Joy Division, and New Order flirted with fascist symbolism
The Nietzschean aspects of Bowie
Peter Schilling’s Major Tom which was inspired by Space Oddity and Neue Deutsche Welle

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











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
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 Colin Liddell about Japan & the European Migrant Crisis

Refugees Train

Topics include:

Collin’s life in Japan and his observations on Japanese culture and society
How petty rivalries in Europe make it difficult to solve the crisis
How the Gulf States which are largely responsible for the Syrian crisis refuse to take in refugees
Saudi Arabia’s offer to build 200 mosques in Germany for migrants
How most migrants are young men and many are economic migrants rather than genuine refugees
How the migrant crisis is sparking a nationalist backlash

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Robert Stark interviews Colin Liddell on the Middle East








Colin Liddell is co-editor of the Alternative Right.

Topics include:

The European New Right and the barriers of identity that the American version faces


The Secular Baathist Parties in Iraq and Syria

The current power vacuum in the Middle East left by the demise of the Baath Party

How the Cold War impacted the Middle East

How Israel and the Arab Gulf Monarchies have opposed the Baath Party as well as Shia Iran

Whether ISIS posses a threat to Israel and the Gulf States

Why Colin does not think we should be emotionally invested in the Middle East


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