Nationalist Public Radio, Episode 4: Milogate
In this episode, the team tackles Milogate and extrapolates from it to homosexuality and “social justice” issues that the Left has primed our society to fascinate itself with while waiting for the End. Instead, we look at some unorthodox solutions and question whether these issues are issues at all.
0:00 â€“ Introduction of the topic
1:30 â€“ Roderick and James discuss Milogate and how the Left would react to a similar situation
8:50 â€“ Peter and Roderick spar on the Gay Question
21:20 â€“ Brett discusses how Leftism and homosexuality co-exist
30:00 â€“ Where do we go from Milo?
41:15 â€“ Does the Alt-Right need a leader?
No, the Alt-Right will not die with Milo
Roderick notes that the Alt-Right is a diffuse movement that doesnâ€™t need a leader
Peter argues that a reading-list, so to speak, is better than a head ideologue for the Alt-Right
46:00 â€“ How should the Alt-Right subvert censorship?
Brett notes that censorship of moderates like Nick Land lead to more hardcore people rising up
We need to offer something like â€œthought leadersâ€
56:00 â€“ Should we withdraw from the mainstream?
Brett notes that there is a short term benefit, but we also need a long term strategy
James notes that we donâ€™t need the mainstream media anymore
Alex Jones on Goblins
1:02:00 â€“ Should we punch Right?
â€œPunching Rightâ€ by Greg Johnson Brett discusses what â€œpunching Rightâ€ means
James notes that the shitlords
shift the Overton Window do 1:07:30 â€“
â€œPunch Everywhereâ€ by Andy Nowicki Peter argues that punching everywhere strengthens movements
Everitt and Brett discuss the concept of Whiteness
Perhaps culture is a better metric than â€˜Whitenessâ€™
1:27:00 â€“ Brett confirmed for Zionist
1:29:30 â€“ Closing and Outro
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