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Robert Stark interviews Peter Brimelow

Peter Brimelow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and co-host Alex von Goldstein talk to VDARE editor Peter Brimelow. Prior to creating VDARE, Peter was also a writer and editor at Forbes, the Financial Post, and National Review

Topics include:

Peter’s background in financial journalism
Peter’s experience with the conservative movement
How Peter and other writers such as John Derbyshire were purged from National Review
The history of VDARE
Peter’s 1996 book Alien Nation
The economic and cultural factors behind mass immigration
The Immigration act of 1965 and how it discriminates against Europeans
How Mass immigration is a redistribution of wealth from the working and middle classes to the immigrants themselves and the economic elite
How the key issue with immigration is the numbers
A Progressive case against mass immigration
The European Migrant Crisis
How Brexit sparked a political realignment, and whether Donald Trump can do the same
How if elected, Donald Trump can make a major impact through executive orders and enforcing existing immigration laws
Defining conservatism and whether the label has become obsolete

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Robert Stark interviews Ray Sawhill

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Ray Sawhill worked as an arts and culture reporter for Newsweek. He has also written for Salon.com and blogs at Uncouth Reflections as Paleo Retiree. He splits his time between New York and Santa Barbara.

Topics include:

How Robert and Ray both have personal connections to Santa Barbara and how the city is almost too idyllic
Crime Fiction Novelist Ross Macdonald who’s work captures Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara as a place with strict zoning laws that was modeled after Andalusia in Spain
The contrast between life in Santa Barbara and New York City
How New York City has changed in Ray’s time there in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s
How Cuisine is the one area that has seen increased innovation in New York
Ray’s cameo in the film Exposed set in New York in 1983 staring Nastassja Kinski
How films such as Exposed and Taxi Driver are documentaries for New York in that era
The new peculiarly shaped skyscrapers going up in New York today
“See through buildings” where wealthy Foreigners are buying up real estate in New York and leaving them empty
How Ray is drawn to architecture because it is art you can experience and changes the world in a way that regular art doesn’t
How most of the general public has little input and interest in architecture
How places without zoning laws tend to lack any aesthetic value
How the main rule in urbanism is not to do anything that harms the city
Art Deco and how it succeeds in bringing tradition and modernity into one
Architectual Revivalism which seeks to recreate older forms of architecture
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Ray’s work at Newsweek as a reporters covering art, culture, literature, film, and theatre
How Ray’s most significant interviews were with Writers Philip, Roth, and John Updike, filmmakers Francis Coppola, and Robert Altman and Architect Christopher Alexander
How conservatives tend to avoid culture and leave that domain to the left
English Philosopher Roger Scruton as a model for a cultured conservative
Front Porch Anarchist Bill Kauffman
New Urbanism
The The Retro Cocktail and Locavore movements
James Howard Kunstler
Ray’s involvement with Environmentalism and Bioregional Anarchism
How the environmental movement abandoned the overpopulation issue due to political correctness and mass immigration
The Alternative Right
How the real political divide is between globalism and decentralization
Cultural trends and how Ray views himself as a cultural radar
The trend towards a focus on muscles for young men and men are more self concious about their bodies
The value of pleasure and leisure
Erotica and the debate about what’s art and what’s pornography, can porn shown on websites like videoshd.xxx even be considered as art?
Controversial nude photographer Jock Sturges, who Ray interviewed
How society is a taking contradictory paths towards lewdness and prudishness
Students Still Sweat, They Just Don’t Shower
How having taste and style has become equated with homosexuality
Young women moving to New York City because of Sex and the City
“Sex Scenes” which is a raunchy, satirical audio entertainment that Ray created with his wife playwright Polly Frost. Check it out.

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Robert Stark interviews Luke Ford about the 7th day Adventist Church, Orthodox Judaism & Max Hardcore

Luke Ford Moral Leader

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Stark and co-host Paul Bingham talk to blogger, former pornography gossip collumnist, and convert from the Seventh-day Adventist Church to Orthodox Judaism, Luke Ford.

Topics include:

How Luke and Paul both share a common background in the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Seventh Day Adventist Beliefs
How Ben Carson’s campaign brings attention to the 7th Day Adventist faith
How 7th Day Adventist tend to avoid politics
How 7th Day Adventist tend to distrust the US Government
The apocalyptic aspect of 7th Day Adventism(ex. the Branch Davidians who were a break away sect)
How 7th Day Adventist put an emphasis on healing
How 7th Day Adventist facilities have an aura of holiness and reverence
How the church if made up of mostly women and tends to feminize both men and women(ex. discouraging competition)
How the Church appeals to people in poverty and helps them improve their lives
How upwardly mobile individuals tend to leave the Church
How 7th Day Adventist put a strong emphasis on the afterlife while Jews tend to focus on success in this world
How 7th Day Adventist and Jews tend to have opposite values about passions towards money, sex, and power
How Orthodox Judaism is much more challenging and difficult to convert to
Similarities between Judaism and Mormonism
Dietary laws, 7th Day Adventist Vegetarianism, and the Kosher diet
The impacts of Vegetarianism and how it can work if practiced properly
Luke’s father Desmond Ford who was an influential leader in the church and latter broke away
The Nostradamus Kid which is a coming of age story about an Australian boy raised a Seventh-Day Adventist in the 1950’s who yearns for the pastor’s daughter and fears the world is coming to an end
The Alexander Technique and how it appeals to Actors and Athletes
How the Alexander Technique helps with voice problems, posture, and clumsiness
Whether religion or psychotherapy are more effective in treating psychological problems problems
How different religions address different problems
How Luke found the 7th Day Adventist Church stifling of expression
How Dr. Kellogg who was a 7th Day Adventist promoted circumcision to reduce sexual pleasure
How Luke’s has tended to avoid tension and has developed his humor as a coping mechanism
Max Hardcore and how he pioneered the genre of violent humiliation porn
How Max Hardcore took porn to its logical conclusions and was an embarrassment to many in the industry who hid behind a veneer of respectability. Some of his work is viewable on sites like twinki and other contemporaries in the field.
How Luke’s personal take on Max Hardcore based on the time he spent with him, was that he was articulate, intelligent, and charming, but had a dark sadistic side that he let out on camera and when he was drunk
Luke’s controversial political views, immigration, and Donald Trump
Chateau Heartiste

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Robert Stark interviews Ann Sterzinger

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Ann Sterzinger is a writer, publisher of HOPELESS BOOKS , and Editor of Takimag .

Topics include:

Her Catholic upbringing and how she lost faith in religion
Her career in Journalism as a proofreader and freelance writer
The upper middle class women who dominate the journalism industry and why Ann finds them alienating
The modern left and how it has become dominated by upper class boutique issues as opposed to class issues
Why introvert writers develop dark alter egos in their work
Anti-Natalism and the tragedy of the human existence.
Her response to arguments against Anti-Natalism (ex. “Idiocracy” and ethno nationalism)
Her book NVSQVAM (Nowhere)
The theme of when the dreams of your youth are destroyed and you have to face reality
Her book The Talkative Corpse: A Love Letter
The concept of loserdom; Genuine losers vs. situational losers and those in between
How the changes in the economy have harmed high IQ introverts


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