Cold Brotherhood – The Reunification of Germany

Centered at the heart of Europe, Germany has long played a critical role in modern European political economics. As the Cold War superpowers emerged in the aftermath of the Second World War, partitioning of Germany into East and West left a permanent scar on the people as their own culture and autonomy was subordinated to…

Nationalism in the Shadow of Empire – Nick Griffin

“We do not demand for our own people any more than the basic human rights which we would extend to every nation, people and tribe on this planet: the right to preserve their own territory, traditions and ethnic identity. The right to preserve, in other words, the things which, by marking their differences from the…

The Progressive Era – Roots of American Bureaucracy

Following the Civil War, the notion of unity in the United States was more than just wishful thinking. As Reconstruction came to an informal close in the 1870s, the excesses of the Gilded Age with the increasing power of the banking and industrial classes created the political climate for the Progressive Era in the 1890s….

Common Cause – Jabotinsky and Revisionist Zionism

Marshaling a people to a common cause is never an easy task. In the case of the Jews, who have through history been spread throughout the world into highly segregated communities, in the late 1800s the movements of world Communism and nationalist Zionism vied for mindshare among the Jewish diaspora. After the death of Theodor…

The USS Liberty – Adrift Over Troubled Waters

On June 8th, 1967, the USS Liberty was attacked and nearly sunk by Israeli warplanes. The event was quickly covered up, but the survivors of the vessel and the 34 dead American sailors shall not be forgotten. Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 84 – The USS Liberty – Adrift Over Troubled Waters —…

The Six Day War

Myth is a fundamental part of what binds and propels a nation forwards towards a shared goal, and in the case of Israel and the surrounding Arab states following the end of the British Mandate in 1948, the mythology of David versus Goliath certainly played to the Israelis’ advantage in mustering national solidarity against the…

The NSA – Signal vs. Noise

“The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control.” – William Binney with special guest Ethnarch Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 82 – The NSA – Signal vs. Noise — References — – Codebreakers, Kahn (1967) – Court Martial, Star Trek (1967) – The Conversation, Coppola (1974) – The Best Enemy Money…

Quiz Show – Listener Q&A

Questions with dubious answers. The trademark of an age of misinformation. After several recent changes in our lineup and coming up on the two year mark, we thought we’d thank all of you who have listened with a show dedicated entirely to your questions about where all this is going. Hopefully our answers do better…

Mosley and the British Union of Fascists – Men of Action

Patriotism, peace, working wages, vigor and vitality. For Oswald Mosley, these principles stood above that of tradition, and despite how his detractors in the press sought to portray him, Mosley went against what many in his class considered economic and political orthodoxy because he thought it to be in the best interests of all the…

Dark Energy – Peak Oil and its Consequences

Energy is the single most vital ingredient after human capital to sustaining an advanced industrialized economy. By 2035, the International Energy Agency estimates the world must invest $48 trillion to meet projected energy demands. Oil and gas have historically been the largest share of global energy spending, but for the first time in 2016 electricity…

Jay Dyer – Laurel Canyon and the CIA Counter-Culture

The United States is a pop cultural superpower. One can debate if this is for good or for worse – but what is almost indisputable is the amount of resources government institutions ranging from universities to the military and intelligence services place on steering the direction of cultural icons such as musicians and movie stars….

Ivory Tower – White Slavery

Slavery – the ‘original sin’ of America. Considering how the United States was founded on a frontier and worked for its immense agricultural and material wealth by poor immigrants, securing this labor pool on a vast scale, at low cost, and in a rapid scramble to secure territory from other ambitious competitors – slavery indeed…