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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 279
Independence Day with Jim Goad

200 words / 1:58:03

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On the Counter-Currents Radio fundraiser livestream for Saturday, July 4th, Greg Johnson and special guest Jim Goad discuss your questions and other topics, including:

  • America’s bitterest Independence Day
  • Why race matters
  • Why Jim writes

  • Jim’s literary influences
  • His favorite contemporary writers
  • Jim’s favorite novel
  • What Jim thinks is his best work
  • Surviving prison
  • Surviving a brain tumor
  • How becoming a father changed Jim’s thinking
  • Jim’s favorite places he has visited
  • Recollections of Adam Parfrey
  • Nick Bougas
  • Tom Metzger
  • E. Michael Jones
  • Thoughts on Donald Trump
  • Thoughts on America’s future
  • Jim Goad at Taki’s Magazine
  • Jim Goad’s JimGoad.net
  • Jim Goad’s Beefsquad show
  • Jim Goad at Twitter

And much, much more!

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6 Comments

  1. Afterthought
    Posted July 8, 2020 at 3:30 pm | Permalink

    Stop being “duty bound” to America: it’s dead.

    What comes next will be our true home that will leave America literally in the dust.

  2. Right_On
    Posted July 8, 2020 at 8:21 pm | Permalink

    Ah yes: Feral House! And Loompanics and Paladin Press and Ronin Publishing . . .
    Younger readers, weaned on the internet, have no idea how vital those outfits were in distributing forbidden knowledge.
    I knew I’d enjoy listening to Jim Goad but this chat surpassed my expectations. Ta muchly.
    It is embarrassing to admit but if Goad were English (like yours truly) I suspect that at least half of his Takimag pieces would lead to him being “interviewed under caution” by the cops.

  3. Adrian
    Posted July 11, 2020 at 4:16 pm | Permalink

    I have been foolishly engaging with libtards on Facebook. Listening to Jim Goad suddenly seems tasteful and relaxing.

  4. Rex Dwight
    Posted July 13, 2020 at 5:11 pm | Permalink

    Riveting conversation, gents–thank you! Met Jim through Adam–at a showing of Mr. Goad’s paintings at the Luz de Jesus gallery in Los Feliz…we talked for a few minutes.

    The original Amok bookstore on Hyperion was the hippest, bravest little shop ever…scored some Sorel, Wilmot Robertson, Yeats/Magic, Loompanics and Rockwell (not Norman) there. The new managers later moved to hipstery Vermont and renamed the shop “Koma”. Much more pop showbiz focused, porn-centric and politically conventional.

    Synchronicity note–the Damn Busters scene featuring RAF mascot dog “Nigger” is included in the Pink Floyd movie, The Wall. It’s one of the clips Pink watches on TV during his comfortable numbness, before his transformation into the National Front leader.

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