Category Archives: Ancient Greece

Robert Stark interviews Curt Doolittle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and co-host Pilleater interview entrepreneur, philosopher, and author Curt Doolittle. He is a proponent of the Philosophy of Propertarianism, and his writings can be found at propertarianism.com

Topics:

Propertarianism as a new ideogology and an evolution of Empiricism
Propertarianism as a way to explain one’s ideology using the scientific method
How Propertarianism is more analytical than moralistic
How Propertarianism differs from Rationalism, and Curt’s point that Rationalism appeals primarily to internal consistency rather than external evidence and Empiricism
The Anglo roots of Propertarianism, Brittish Common Law, and rejecting conflation
How Propertarianism takes into account individualism vs. collectivism, and how those positions relate to group reproductive strategies
Chinese Philosophy based on deceipt, ‎Sun Tzu‘s The Art of WarThe Culture of War: Martin van Creveld
The flaws of Libertarianism, Liberal Democracy, Communism, and Fascism
The flaw in begging for liberty, rather than protecting one’s sovereignty
The domestication of man
Curt’s point that mass executions in Europe and East Asia led to more docile populations
Economic Policies, Debt Repudiation, Seizing the Wealth of Parasitic Elites who brake their contract of Sovereignty
Testimonialism, and the legal foundation of proving what is wrong over justifying what is right
Environmentalism; Curt’s point that you cannot own property unless other people protect it for you, therefore one does not have a right to abuse natural resources
The importance of having a high trust society
The convergence of Nassim Taleb empirically, Curt Doolitle institutionally, and Jordan Peterson in literature
Explaining Propertarianism in laymen’s terms

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Robert Stark interviews Jason Reza Jorjani

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark co-host and Pilleater interview Jason Reza Jorjani, PhD. Jason Reza Jorgani is an Iranian-American and native New Yorker of Persian and northern European descent. After receiving his BA and MA at New York University, he completed his doctorate in Philosophy at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Dr. Jorjani currently teaches courses on Science, Technology, and Society (STS) and the history of Iran at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is the author of the book Prometheus and Atlas .

Topics:

The Indo-European heritage of pre-Islamic Iran, contributions to science and culture, and how Iran was one of the most free and tolerant of the Ancient Civilizations
Zoroastrian Priest Mazdak who redistributed the wealth and broke up the Harems during the Sasanian era, and how his legacy has been co-opted by the left
The cultural and genetic impact of the Arab, Turkish, and Mongol invasions of Iran
How Pre-Islamic Iranian Culture was the basis for the Islamic Golden Age
Rumi Was WhiteSufism as a cryptic religion based on pre-Islamic Iranian values
The Pahlavi dynasty, the misconception that the Pahlavi’s were Neoliberals, but were closer to National Socialist Economics, and how the original Shah Rezā Shāh instituted land reform
The culture of Iran under the Pahlavi Dynasty as a revival Pre-Islamic Iranian culture, while emulating the best aspects of the west
Mohammad Mosaddegh and Oil Nationalization
The Iranian Renaissance Movement, an organization dedicated to bringing about a cultural revolution in Greater Iran on the basis of the pre-Islamic Persian heritage and Indo-European values
The original Arab Shia Islam of Ali vs. the Shia Islam that functioned as a cryptic religion maintaining Iran’s identity
The rejection of the Islamic Regime by the Iranian Youth, and why Jason does not see Islam as having a future in Iran
Those who want an opposition movement in Iran based on Neo-liberal “MTV” values
Parallels between the Islamic conquest of Iran and mass migrations into Europe, and the importance of an alliance between Iranian and European Nationalist
Jason’s speech at NPI where he criticized those on the dissident right who are sympathetic to Islam
Jason’s response to the argument that Shia Islam serves as a counter balance to Saudi Arabia and radical Sunni Islam
The Iranian Renaissance’s vision of a Greater Iran, including Afghanistan, as well as parts of Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, and Central Asia
The Syrian civil war, and Syria as the historic crossroads between Greco-Roman and Iranian cultures
Other Iranian peoples including the Kurds and Yazidis
Trump’s Muslim ban, the exception for Saudi Arabia, and Jason’s point that the ban on Iran will force dissidents to fight for change within Iran rather than escaping to the West
The Iranian diaspora Tehrangeles, Iranian American support for Trump, and Iranian Jews
Jason’s book Prometheus and Atlas which was published by Arktos
The Prometheus and Atlas Sculpture at the Rockefeller Center, which is a magnificent pagan temple in the heart of rootless neoliberal New York City
Martin Heidegger and his view that thinking is based on a sense of place
The Archeo-Futurist aesthetic to Trump Tower, and similarities to Ancient Structures such as Tiwanaku in Bolivia, the Babylonian Ziggurat, and the Sphinx in Egypt
The segment in the book Prometheus and Atlas on Anime, the film AkiraNeon Genesis Evangelion, Japan’s reaction to modernity, and Heidegger’s influence on Japan
Jason’s new website AltRight.com

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Robert Stark, Rabbit, & Alex von Goldstein talk about Radical Centrism, Cultural Elitism, & Gore Vidal

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Topics include:

Rabbit’s Alt Left and how it’s similar to Radical Centrism
How Radical Centrism relates to the Alt Right, which is a big tent movement for people who oppose political correctness and mass immigration, but includes people with more left and Center views
How Radical Centrism can adopt the issues abandoned by the left in favor of globalism and open borders(ex. civil liberties, the environment, workers rights, and anti-war)
How the left opposed the Brexit which strips the world’s 400 richest people of $127 billion
The Horseshoe theory, and how the radical center is the part of the horseshoe drifting in nothingness
Implementing Radical Centrism politically, and which demographic groups it could appeal to
Where Radical Centrism overlaps with the left, right, and libertarianism
What is the role of Government vs. Individual Liberty
Capitalism and how it can produce innovation, but is disruptive when unfettered without zoning laws, environmental protection, protectionism, and financial regulation
White liberal utopia’s such as Portland, Oregon and Boulder, Colorado, how they relate to the Alt Left, and how they contrast with “conservative” run regions such as Texas
Pan Secessionism and how it can offer every ideology and group self determination
Gore Vidal as a Radical Center/Alt Left Icon
Gore Vidal’s controversial statements on issues including immigration, race, WWII, Roman Polanski, Ruby Ridge, and how he corresponded with Timothy McVeigh
Gore Vidal’s Cultural Elitism
Gore Vidal’s novels
Homosexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome
The importance of cultural elitism
How our society has a hierarchy based on wealth and celebrity status  rather than cultural elitism


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Robert Stark interviews Manuel Ochsenreiter about the War of the Idiot

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Robert Stark interviews journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter

Topics include:

His Essay WAR OF THE IDIOT
The Islamic State’s siege of the Ancient City of Palmyra and the Media’s phony outrage about it
How The Islamic State serves the purpose of a Geopolitical Bulldozer
How the Western Elites are largely responsible for creating the crisis in Syria
Whether The Islamic State could pose a threat to Israel and the Arab Gulf States
The role of Hezbollah and Iran in the conflict
The Saudi Airstrikes against the Shiite minority in Yemen
How the powers supporting the artificial entity destroy the history of the natural entity and the historical parrallels in Kosovo and the  Nagorno-Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan
The Geopolitical role that Turkey plays in Syria, Azerbaijan, and Kosovo
How Western Liberalism destroys collective identities
The concept of the “Idiotes” from Ancient Greece as an Atomized individual who does not take part in public life

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