Florian Geyer is joined this week by Natt ‘adjectives are for cowards’ Danelaw, Greve Hans, Doc Savage, and special guest, Matthew Raphael Johnson, PhD. We discuss, as the title suggests, issues pertinent both to nationalism and Orthodoxy, along with the North American political situation writ large. Several polemic calls to actions are delivered, and Raphael Johnson finds a new best friend in Natt.

Music used for this week: Basso Profundo – God Save the Czar, Wardruna – Radio, Florian Geyer Lied


    1. Florian usually records the podcast on Mumble but since Dr. Johnson didn’t have it they used Skype.
      But Florian has a problem with using Audacity with it so recording was done by Natt.
      Well… he picked up every sound around him.

  1. Alt-Kike Mason Jason Jorjani, NPIfag and chief macher at Arktos:

    The Tanakh (the Jewish Bible or “Old Testament”) is a motley patchwork of the writings of tens of authors over many hundreds of years. Several different versions of key stories, such as the Genesis myth, have been spliced together in ways that riddle the text with contradictions. As for the New Testament, contemporary Biblical scholars such as Elaine Pagels, Marvin Meyer, Bart Ehermann, Burton Mack, and the fellows of the Jesus Seminar, have found that the Gospels were written based on various collections of the sayings of Jesus that originally included no contextual narrative of events surrounding any given saying. Many Gospels that fundamentally contradict each other were written, possibly tens of them, and only four were chosen as “orthodox” at the Council of Nicea in 325 AD – for two main reasons: first, they most suited the political purposes of the Roman Empire; and second, they more or less agreed with each other compared to the many divergences of the other Gospels.

    A close reading of the gospels of the New Testament will reveal that even this attemptat orthodoxy, almost three hundred years after the time of Jesus, fails to deliver a coherent picture of the alleged Messiah. We have one Jesus that is a zealous (perhaps Essene) Jewish rabbi whose only concern is for “the children of Israel,” who is taken to be a Jewish King in the royal Davidic line, and who opposes the Pharisees in Jerusalem only because they have departed from the orthodox faith by ingratiating themselves with the pagan Roman occupiers. We have another Jesus who is a reformer of the Jewish religion, a universal Savior and a future enthroned judge of the conscience of all mankind. This second Jesus may have been molded in the wake of Paul’s mission to extend the gospel to the Gentiles and reshape Jesus more along the lines of Jupiter or Mithras.

    Finally, we have a third Jesus, the gnostic philosopher – who believes that the Jewish creator-god is the Devil and arch-deceiver, whose doctrine represents a synthesis of pagan mystical philosophies such as Hermeticism and Pythagoreanism, and who is here to abolish organized religion and free the spirits of the elect from the material world of pain and power. This last Jesus was that worshipped by the Gnostics of Alexandria, whose scriptures were consigned to flames after the Council of Nicea and only rediscovered in a cave in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945. Despite this initial attempt at suppression, the anti-Jewish, Gnostic Jesus was also worshipped by the Bogomils of Southeastern Europe and the Cathars of southern France – so that the Catholic Church first invented the institution of the Holy Inquisition in order to exterminate them (and only later applied it to Jews, Muslims, and Protestants).

    The historically conditioned incoherence of Judeo-Christianity militates against fundamentalist interpretations of the New Testament.

    That’s from a 2015 article that’s supposed to be about Islam. It’s at Jorjani’s website, righton dot net, which I advise you to NOT visit, because it’s toxic with viruses.

    From Jorjani’s stupid, satanic and entirely unoriginal book, Prometheus and Atlas (Arktos, 2016):

    There is something curious about the fraternal statutes of Prometheus and Atlas at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Instead of simply bearing a celestial globe on his shoulders, Atlas is supporting several interlocking rings that outline the shape of a hollow sphere. These bear astrological markings which suggest the precession of the equinoxes through the rise and fall of world ages. The very same zodiacal symbols are also impressed upon a ring through which Prometheus is triumphantly emerging. An inscription of the Greek tragedian Aeschylus reminds us that the torch of craftily stolen fire that he holds stands for techne, the essence of Technology: “Prometheus, teaching every art, brought the fire that hath proved for mortals a means to mighty ends.” We find yet another hint to the meaning of this symbolism in a bolder inscription beneath a depiction of Zeus holding a compass over the central doorway of the main building that is immediately behind Prometheus, which reads: “Wisdom and Knowledge Shall be the stability of the Times.”

    This is paradoxical . . .

    It is no accident that King Atlas, ruling over the Atlantean world empire through Time, stands opposed to the Cathedral of St. Patrick, the Serpent-slayer, and that his head is turned aside in such a way that his gaze spurns the Lord’s altar.

    It is amusingly ironic that every year Gotham light up its “Christmas” treebehind Lucifer.

    One does not have to look too far to see that there is something of the mercurial Joker in this spectacular [spectral!] arrangement.

      1. What’s your point? That they are all kikomasonic-funded anti-Christ queer scum too, like “Elaine Pagels, Marvin Meyer, Bart Ehermann, Burton Mack, and the fellows of the Jesus Seminar”?

        1. Huh? What do any of those people have to do with the people I mentioned or their critique? You’re calling Houston Chamberlain and most of the NSDAP queers and kikes? You’re not even a serious person.

  2. Everytime you bring up criticisms of Christianity on the podcast, you go for the low hanging fruit.
    There are more sophisticated critiques than just “Christianity is a weak religion for cucks blah blah etc” Obviously to any thinking person this is a weak argument, because religion should be determined by truth and not utility. Picking a religion based on what good it does for your race or your country or what have you is just another layer of materialism.
    What do you say to those of us who reject Christianity, not in spite of a quest for truth, but because of it?
    Philosophy alone can lead one to the realizations that God exists, is immutable, and is eternal. What does the story of Jesus have anything to do with this? Why does one need these semitic books as intermediaries between man and God?
    God exists in all things, and in all things can truth be found. It seems to me that the Christian faith is actually the forerunner to the materialist cage now placed over our world. When you bind the truth and God to a tenuous story, can you really blame the average person for throwing the baby out with the bathwater?

          1. I intend to be serious if engaging with someone capable of actual discussion, not a turbo autist such as yourself

    1. The reasons why I bring up those criticisms is because that is 90% of what they are. That vast vast majority of opposition to Christianity on the Alt-Right is based on shitty memes and easy quips with utilitarian morality tossed in the mix. Of course Truth can be derived from the study of the natural world and the order that manifests within. Christianity does not reject the Truth of the natural world, quite the opposite. Christianity believes that in the person of Jesus Christ is manifested the entirety of the Cosmic Order. This is why a ‘Semitic book’ as you put it is important, because Christians fundamentally accept the Truth claims outlined therein. I take it that your critque is essentially that by Christians claiming that Holy Scripture and Holy Tradition are revelation from God, they exclude and anathematize Truth derived from any other source. This is historically, philosophically untrue. Justin Martyr (150AD), the first Christian Philosopher, gave Christ the moniker ‘Logos Spermakator’, Christ the seedsower, referring to the obviously true elements of non-Christian philosophy and religion. Throughout the history of the Orthodox Christian religion, this has been the near universal opinion of it’s major authors and Holy Men. Christians believe, however, that there is the fullness of Truth in divine revelation. I’d be pleased to discuss this more with you, if you’d like. Hit me up on skype, florian.geyer283

  3. Reince Priebus’ 2016 Paschal message as RNC chief:

    “Christos anesti! I want to wish Orthodox Christians around the world a happy and blessed Easter. As our church has done for generations, we celebrate the resurrection of Christ and the love of God in providing a savior. Just as the first Christians praised God at the sight of the empty tomb, we too praise our good and merciful God today for his victory over the grave. Christ’s sacrificial work provides an example for us all, and we join with the Psalmist in saying ‘You make known to me the path of life.’ Easter is a time for the celebration of new life, and I pray we will all draw on that new hope throughout the year.”

    I look forward to his 2017 Paschal message as White House Chief of Staff. The Satanic media will be triggered to apoplexy.

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