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Robert Stark talks about Clueless, The Babysitter, & The Meme Magic of Alicia Silverstone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark, co-host Pilleater, Charles Lincoln, Actor Count Isidor Fosco, and aspiring Director Craig Langley Jr. discuss the Alicia Silverstone films Clueless and the The Babysitter.

Topics:

How the original film The Crush was edited
The Babysitter as the most realistic of the three Alicia Silverstone films
The Babysitter compared to American Beauty
Th peeping through the window scene, and the imagination of the guys who see Alicia Silverstone through the window
In reality it is all just in the male imagination in this movie
The awkward bathtub fantasy followed by her signature cheeky smile
Traits of men who prefer breasts, booty, or legs
The Alicia Silverstone film Vamps
The Clueless (TV series)
The setting of Clueless in Beverly Hills
San Mateo Teenager Goes Hollywood
Cher’s Character development and self realization
Whether she is anti-snob?
Social Cliques in High School
The makeover of her friend
Comparisons to Mean Girls
The fact that the girls are excited by the fact that the guy has a picture of the new girl in her locker, and how today that would be called “creepy”
She comes across as more conservative with her condemnation of dating druggies, and saving her virginity
The whole theme of matchmaking
The “Baldwin” reference and other cultural references, a kind of Hollywood being self-complimented
The Spartacus scene, pearls and oysters, subtle signaling in old movies
Her realization that she loves Josh despite the fact he is a “slug”
The normal guy get’s the girl in the end, not the “hot guy” who turns out to be Gay
The fact that all the girls are obsessed with marriage while in school which is dated
The Clueless scene where her father is happy that she knows how to negotiate over grades
Cher’s speech about refugees
Alicia Silverstone Would Rather Go Naked Than Wear Wool! | PETA
The pink blue color code in the ending sequence is kind of Vaporwave
The robbery scene in the Valley
LA Landmarks including the Sinister Neon Clown at Circus Liquor
Meme Magic and Alicia Silverstone as a meme
Leisure Suit Larry and the Alicia Silverstone look a like


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Robert Stark talks about his trip to LA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark joined with co-host PilleaterRabbit, and Charles Edward Lincoln, talk about his recent trip to his hometown LA

Topics include:

The Hollywood imagery and outsider stereotypes of LA
The history of LA
How LA’s urban core is spread out over a large geographic area from Santa Monica on the Coast to Downtown LA
Robert’s disclaimer that the photos capture the best of LA, but that most of the spaces in between are unappealing due to the cities sprawl
LA’s transit system
South Central LA
West Hollywood, and Rabbit’s experience living there
Downtown LA, the gentrification of the historic core, the grittiness and vintage signage of Broadway, and the Serial Killers Who Haunted The Cecil Hotel
Downtown LA’s architecture including John Portman’s Bonaventure Hotel, and the the 80’s Art Deco revival Home Savings Building where Charles Lincoln worked
Beverly Hills, the 80’s futurist Rodeo Collection, the “Vaporwave” Roman Fountain , and the the 70 futurist/late modernist Roxbury Plaza
Century City, which originally had a 60’s futurist aesthetic, was the the film location of Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, and the Century City Mall
1980’s Malls including the Beverly Center(Original image), Westside Pavilion, which reminds Pilleater of the game Myst, and the renovation of those malls which ruined their aesthetic
Historic preservation trends starting with demolition of the Art Deco Richfield Tower in Downtown LA, to the lack of preservation for 80’s architecture today
New architecture inspired by past styles including the new Streamline Moderne Under construction Beverly Hilton tower70’s futurist inspired renderings for skyscrapers, and Rabbit’s observation that many apartments are being retrofited in mid-century modern styles
Santa Monica, the waterfront, architecture including the Art Deco Clock Tower, and Santa Monica NIMBY Restriction on heights
The Interactive Cafe, which is one of the last surviving independent businesses in downtown Santa Monica, and Pilleater’s point that it has a Cyberpunk aesthetic
The high cost of housing in LA, even in unappealing areas
The San Fernando Valley, which was traditionally home to LA’s middle class
Demographic trends, the destruction of the white middle class, gentrification of the urban core, and new suburban ghettos in the desert
Rabbit’s point about SWPLs he met in LA who look down on the suburban middle class
The Alt Left dilemma between identifying with SWPL Culture, and urbanist aesthetics, and supporting white middle class identitarianism, which often lacks strong aesthetic visions

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Robert Stark talks to Charles Lincoln & Robert Lindsay about LA, the 1980’s, & Blade Runner

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This is a continuation of the discussion on True Stories

Topics include:

The demographic transformation of Southern California
Robert Lindsay’s experience as a substitute teacher
Beverly Hills
The Film Fast Times at Ridgemont High set in the San Fernando Valley in the early 80’s
The depiction of adolescent sexuality in the film
How in the 70’s and early 80’s hedonism existed with less materialism and higher social trust than today
How the rise in hyper materialism coincided with the popularity of Reagan
How Robert Lindsay was involved with the Punk scene in the 80’s
The Film Earth Girls Must be Easy
The Porn Industry in the San Fernando Valley
Southern California Mall Culture
How the decline of traditional Mall Culture symbolizes how all of society is becoming one giant mall
How strip malls in LA are being replaced by higher density development
The debate about density and Urbanism
Mexican Culture vs. Mexican American Culture in California
The Film Blade Runner which is set in LA in 2019
Whether Blade Runner is an accurate depiction of the future
The genre of Dystopian Future Films(ex.Hunger Games, V for Vendetta, Mad Max)
NEON SIGNS OF BLADE RUNNER
The Film “Her” which depicts the future of LA as an eco friendly SWPL utopia
The decline in the quality of products

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Robert Stark interviews Luke Ford about Nationalism

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Topics:

Luke’s thoughts on the Tom Sunic event at the JEM Center including both Jews and White Nationalist
Why Jews and White Nationalist are hostile towards each other and how it’s awkward for Luke to have ties to both groups
How every major Jewish Organization supports Immigration Amnesty
Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream by Leonard Zeskind
What Would A White Nationalist Takeover Look Like In The US?
Is A White Nationalist Takeover Inevitable?
How Luke’s independent employment as an Alexander Technique Specialist enables him to exercise his controversial  views
Why Does American Choose Sides In The Middle East?
Why Luke Rarely Thinks About Palestinian Suffering
German Nationalist Marches Grow
Why every groups has a right to pursue it’s own ethnic self interest
Emotional Addictions
The importance of being part of a group and feeling a sense of belonging
How homogeneous areas have higher levels of social trust
How White Nationalism attracts people who have failed at life and are looking for a sense of importance and belonging
Luke’s thought’s on Charles Lincoln’s talk about life in Beverly Hills
Luke Wants His Own Media Company
The theme of contradiction and conflict in Luke’s life and blogging

 

Charles Lincoln talks about life in Beverly Hills

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Charles Lincoln describes the transformation of Beverly Hills as a model for the transformation of American society and how we create corrupt elites overseas that come back to change our society into a prison planet where wealth is created by access to easy credit.

Topics include:

His article Beverly Hills at 100: who sets the style for this style-setting enclave?
Mansionization in Beverly Hills
The concept of nuisance as the origin of environmental law
How banks encourage and profit from over-development
How the transaction tax encourages over-development
The transformation of wealth and class in the United States
The Queen of Versailles
The Iranian Jewish community if Beverly Hills
The multi million dollar security plan for Beverly Hills High
How we create corrupt elites overseas that come back to change our society

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Tom Sunic & Luke Ford speak on Islam and the West

On Sunday September 21st Luke Ford and Tom Sunic  spoke on Islam Vs The West

Croatian-American writer Tom Sunic addressed the Beverly Hills Community Sports Center owned by JEM (Jewish Educational Movement) about Islam and the West. Luke Ford weighed in and a lively dialogue ensued on the future of the West, the roles of Muslims and Jews and immigrants and third-world peoples in first world civilizations, multi-culturalism, multi-racialism, religion, paganism and Judaism.

This is a rare conversation with people from different ethnic and ideological backgrounds concerning the many problems facing the west and the rest of the world.

 

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Robert Stark interviews Tom Sunic on the New Right

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Robert Stark and Charles Lincoln continue their discussion with Tom Sunic

Topics include:

More on Tom’s upcoming speeches on Friday 19 September in Santa Barbara at Karpeles Library, 21 Anapuma Street and Sunday 21 September in Beverly Hills at JEM Center 9930 Santa Monica

The Semantics of the New Right

How the New Right is critical of Monotheism and it’s secular offshoots

How the New Right is an intellectual sensibility rather than a political organization

Southern Agrarians as intellectual predecessors to the New Right

Huey Long and Ezra Pound

Whether the New Right is an ideological successor to Fascism

How politically correct ideas have been more successfully implemented in modern society  than under Communism

How Soft Totalitarianism is more dangerous

European Nationalist Political Party’s

The North American New Right

 


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Robert Stark interviews Tom Sunic about Islam in Europe

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Robert Stark and Charles Lincoln talk to Tom Sunic about his upcoming speeches in Southern California on the Islamization of Europe. Tom Sunic, Ph.D. is an Author, Translator, former US Professor, and former Cultural Counselor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Croatia. Dr. Sunic’ title: “1400 Years of Islamic Imperialism: Real or Surreal Menaces to Europe from the Mediaeval Caliphates, to the Ottomans at the Gates of Vienna, to the New Islamic Terror and “Voluntary” Invasion-Repopulation of Europe.”

Topics include:

Tom Sunic’s scheduled speeches in Southern California
The History of Islamic Imperialism in Europe
The Ottoman Empire in the Balkans
Why Islam should not be used as a synonym for immigration or race
Muslim demographics in Europe
Speech Code Laws in Europe
The concept of the Caliphate
How European Nationalist have different perspectives on the Islamic issue
Why the political and capital elites are to blame for the situation in Europe
Charles Lincoln’s hosted panel at the JEM Community Center in Beverly Hills, including Tom Sunic, Charles Lincoln, Robert Stark, and Luke Ford

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