I was interviewed for more than two hours by Darryl Cooper on his The Decline of the West podcast. To listen, click here. I want to thank Darryl for having me on, and I hope this is just first of many conversations.
You mentioned there was a pre-war literature that was a sort of critique of capitalism from the right. Would welcome any suggestions for titles from this “lost” subfield of economic theory.
One thing he’s probably referring to is the Social Credit movement, which is a nationalist monetary policy rather than the debt-based capitalistic model of our current Federal Reserve system. Greg’s “Money for Nothing” article is a great introduction on the subject.
Money/Credit is the most valuable capital which drives our economy (towards ever increasing debt), yet such power currently resides in the hands of private banks rather than the State. Social Credit provides an alternative to our monetary system of endless debt and interest by restoring the power of the State to create money, not banks. The coming Ethnostate will fund itself through social credit, which will be the backbone of our economic policy.
Great interview, Greg. It’s indicative of the type of world we live in that Cooper is more worried about the fallout from interviewing you, than he is from interviewing an actual terrorist. The programming runs deep. And, it reveals who the powers-that-be consider to be the real threat. Not the Muslim Brotherhood, but little ole Greg Johnson from Counter-Currents.
Took the words out of my mouth GT. It’s also illustrative of who comprises the PTB as well. Shut it down.
Great job Greg. Looking forward to hearing part 2.
It does speak very clearly to which set of ideas are most threatening to the elite power structure today.
Listen to this & tell me Johnson isn’t the most persuasive, suave spokesman on the Anglo-American New/Alt-Right. Hope he’s taking defensive measures lol. Clintons coming for him!
Who was the thinker you mentioned in relation to Spengler?
It sounded like ‘veeko’ but i couldn’t get the correct spelling for google from the phonetics.