Millennial Woes – Millenniyule 2021 – 12 – Radical Liberation – Dec 15, 2021 — Transcript


  [Millennial Woes continues his tradition of a yearly (now 6th) Millenniyule series of interviews that started in Dec, 2016.

Here, in his 12th Millenniyule interview for 2021, Woes chats (107 mins) with Radical Liberation, a father of 8 children, a church Minister to blacks, and a YouTuber. They discuss; his father’s ministry to the jews; his study of Democide; How he predicted 911; his belief in the official 911 myth; his friend Academic Agent; YouTube censorship; homeschooling; and much more. Odysee comments (736) included.

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Millenniyule 2021 – 12

 

Radical Liberation

 

Dec 15, 2021

 

 

 

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[00:00]

 

Woes: Hello. And welcome back to Millenniyule 2021. My apologies for the delay. There were technical problems. My computer is really acting up tonight. There’s nothing I can do about it.

 

I’m here now for the final stream of tonight. And this is with Stephen from Radical Liberation, a YouTube channel. And he’s also on Odysee. Should I address you as RadLib, or Radical Liberation, or Stephen?

 

RadLib: It seems like when I’m on the internet in our circles, people call me RadLib. And I’m fine with that. So that’ll work.

 

Woes: All right. So could you introduce yourself to the audience please.

 

RadLib: Yeah. So I have a lot of things [chuckling] to share. And it’ll probably just take the whole time we have yeah.

 

Woes: I should just say beforehand, that I have described you as a “recovering libertarian”. I don’t know if that’s accurate, or not. If whether you were a libertarian, or whether you are recovering [laughing].

 

RadLib: Well actually that was cs.

 

Woes: You can take it away!

 

RadLib: I’ll touch on that first. So I think some people have read into the name “Radical Liberation” more than they should. It might be interesting to folks to know that I chose the name “Radical Liberation” before I knew anything about Libertarianism. So I actually chose that a long time ago. And it might be better to put the emphasis on the word “radical[chuckling].

 

Woes: Yeah. I think I get your meaning.

 

RadLib: Yeah. So it really I chose the name originally coming from a spiritual point of view. The verse that comes to mind is:

 

“So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed!”

 

So when I was thinking about Radical Liberation, it didn’t even have to do with politics, originally.

 

Woes: Right. Okay.

 

RadLib: So having said that, I did get more, and more, interested in what I’d call the classical liberal libertarian tradition which I see as very old. When I think about this tradition, I don’t think about the libertarian party, shall we say. [chuckling] So I was never a Leftist, or what people call a “modal libertarian”, or a “walbert”.

 

I’m actually a second generation Right-winger, I guess you could say. My dad campaigned for Barry Goldwater.

 

Woes: Oh! In the 60s!

 

RadLib: Yeah, right.

 

Woes: The late 60s.

 

RadLib: And he’s passed now, a couple years ago. But, and I didn’t have a chance to ask him. But I remember him telling a story about him being at a meeting of a certain organization that starts with the same letter acronym, or it’s initials are the same letter three times [KKK]! And I never did find out why he was at that meeting.

 

But anyway [chuckling] he just told it as a funny story, because he had a lot of great funny stories. My father gave up politics for the ministry. And specifically, and I’ll talk about this more later, he became a missionary to the jews.

 

He was trained by the fellow who went on, Moishe Rosen, who went on to found, Jews for Jesus. So my world growing up was, in part, what we call “messianic jews”. Jewish people who had come to believe in Jesus, but retained their jewish identity. So that is an interesting, I think, background to be right to be talking to nationalists. And so forth.

 

Woes: Right! And so was your father jewish?

 

RadLib: No! My family’s not jewish. In fact, hopefully this isn’t sucking up to you as a Scottish person. But the name “Carson”, near as I can tell, traces to “Kirkebree”?

 

Woes: Okay, yes. It would be pronounced, probably “Cardberry”.

 

RadLib: Oh, I’m sorry am I getting the wrong. I was told as “Kirkebree”. That’s right in the south.

 

Woes: All right, okay. I’ve not heard of it. But I will be, …

 

RadLib: Oh you don’t know, yeah.

 

Woes: Oh Carpe?

 

RadLib: Kirkbridge. Okay, sorry.

 

Woes: Yeah, okay yeah.

 

RadLib: Yeah, anyway. So Carson is a Scottish name. And then on my mother’s side we have McFarland, back there somewhere. So I’ve got some Scottish in there. So anyway, yeah, I’m, you know, English and Scottish. And that sort of thing by ancestry. No! No! My father was a missionary to the jews. He wasn’t himself jewish.

 

Woes: So what does that mean:

 

“A missionary to the jews?”

 

RadLib: Well, Saint Paul was a missionary to the jews, right. And then to the gentiles.

 

Woes: Yeah. But I mean this is something that is perhaps more familiar to American viewers than to British viewers. I think it would be fair to say that jews are a more prominent part of American society, at every level, than they are in Britain. I think British people know very little about the jews, or judaism. Whereas I think Americans are just naturally more familiar with them. So could you describe what it means to be a missionary to the jews?

 

[05:08]

 

RadLib: Yeah. So it means that Christian missionaries, you know, go to Africa. And so on and so forth. Right? He was a missionary to jews.

 

Woes: So does that mean that he was trying to convert them to Christianity?

 

RadLib: Yes.

 

Woes: All right. Okay. So I wonder. Because the phrasing could mean that they he was serving them, because there is the thing about American Evangelist Christians who see themselves as subservient to the jews.

 

RadLib: Right. Yeah. You could say that I grew up in “Christian zionism Central”, from that point of view, in terms of reflexive support for Israel. And so forth. And in fact, by the way, getting into Libertarianism is one of the things that sort of red pilled me on Israel. Which was quite interesting for me, coming from my background.

 

Woes: Yeah, indeed!

 

RadLib: Yeah. So I learnt about the story of Israel and Palestine from the Journal of Libertarian Studies. Very important paper in the 70s. Where it showed how much of the land was owned right before the state of Israel became a thing. How much was owned by jews, and how much was not. And it’s quite a shocking graphic if you’ve grown up on zionist propaganda [chuckling]!

 

Woes: Oh yeah, I think I can imagine that. The landmark the areas owned by jews is massively grown ever since it was in 1945?

 

RadLib:1948, or something like that.

 

Woes: Yeah, it’s quite incredible.

 

RadLib: Yeah. So, real quick before I leave off on sort of the Right wing background, so to speak. I guess it’s no surprise given that background, that I was attracted to the Mises Institute, which has kind of been my ideological home for decades now. Where they’re known for their economics.

 

But people who know them as, you know, libertarians, or something don’t realize how deep they are into revisionist history. They wouldn’t know that, …

 

Well I first learnt about the Southern Poverty Law Center, because I heard that the Mises Institute was put on their Hate Map, or whatever.

 

Woes: It’s amazing how many people hear about the SPLC in the first place, because it picks a fight with them.

 

RadLib: Yeah! Right! And, in fact, I want to mention just a slight, not personal connection, but sort of one of the reasons that you are on my mental map is, because I watched your speech about Hope Not Hate. And since I had that little bit of background on the SPLC, I was really pleased with your speech on Hope Not Hate. Which I think it’s fair to say I don’t want to be too prejudicial and throw everybody in a bucket. But it seems to me that Hope Not Hate, Anti-Defamation League, SPLC, Southern Poverty Law Center, they’re of a breed, I think.

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: Yes.

 

Woes: I mean, I don’t think it’s as absolute as it is in the case of the SPLC and the ADL. But, yes undoubtedly there’s a large tribal influence on Hope Not Hate. Yes.

 

RadLib: Well they operate in a similar way, I guess what I’m saying.

 

Woes: Oh yes! Absolutely they do!

 

RadLib: The smearing and the, …

 

Woes: Yeah, their main function is to demonize people, to smear, to sabotage. They’re a disgraceful organization!

 

RadLib: Right. And if I can just take an opportunity to mention it. I think it’s on Odysee now, Woes, that your speech on Hope Not Hate?

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: Yeah! If you have not seen his speech on Hope Not Hate. And you don’t know much about Hope Not Hate, or you’ve just seen them being mean in the papers to your friends, or something, I really recommend taking the time to watch his speeches. Really excellent! Well researched! I think you had help on it, right?

 

Woes: Yeah, it was a bit of a group effort. I mean, I wrote it, but other people helped me out with research, and editing, and filming. So that was quite a unique project, because I tend to do everything myself. But with that I decided to branch out and see what could be achieved by involving other people. And I’m really proud of the resulting video.

 

RadLib: It’s outstanding! And it can help people understand who might think, you know. The only reason you wouldn’t like Hope Not Hate, or ADL, or SPLC, is like, because you’re a Nazi, or something! I think by the time you finish watching Woes of speech, you would be cured of any such thinking!

 

[10:02]

 

Woes: I hope so!

 

RadLib: They’re just terrible! They’re just terrible, and they should be stopped, you know!

 

Woes: Yeah. Thank you for saying that, because that was the purpose of the speech. It was to give people who might otherwise think that Hope Not Hate is quite an innocent, and benign organization, an insight into how nasty, and cruel, and dishonest, an organization it actually is!

 

RadLib: Exactly!

 

Woes: That was the purpose. Because they spend all their time demonizing and attacking other people. So I thought:

 

“Well they can have some of their own damn medicine back!”

 

RadLib: Yeah, exactly! Right. Except yours was probably a lot more fair to them than they are to us! [chuckling]

 

Woes: I would say so! Yeah. Their ability to twist things to create a certain impression is quite remarkable. But then again that could also be said of journalists in general.

 

RadLib: Right. Yeah. And they feed this stuff to the journalists, right. And the journalists basically just duplicate what ADL, SPLC, Hope Not Hate, … They do their little reports, the journalists just echo it. And then Silicon Valley kicks us off everything. That’s how it works. But anyway. So other things about me. I’ll do these real fast. And we’ll come back to some things.

 

So I have eight children. A lot of people know that about me, with my lovely wife. We had them fast! People think that it’s the number of children. No it’s not. It’s the velocity! It’s the births per year rate. That’s what makes it challenging. And we had eight children in 11 years. So it was quite the journey. And we’re still on it. Our youngest are six-year-old twins. Red-headed twins, by the way, speaking again to that Scottish ancestry perhaps [chuckling]!

 

Woes: I’ve [chuckling] got to say it’s a very impressive achievement. And I congratulate you.

 

RadLib: Yeah, thank you. Well it’s a joy and a blessing. I’m so glad about them. And that’s part of the reason I mentioned that I have eight children is, because I’m thrilled! I mean, I didn’t know if I’d ever get married, you know. Now here I am with eight children.

 

Anyway, another interesting thing is that I worked with black children from the inner city in North St Louis – I’m in the St Louis area – for 10 years through a ministry of my church. My mother worked with children from that sort of ghetto area for 24 years. So that’s an interesting background.

 

Furthermore, on the African-American front, I was the last student of a local blues jazz musician named Pop Sport [sp]. And his daughter, in fact, gave me his keyboard when he died. So that’s kind of interesting.

 

Woes: I mean, obviously the arena of race relations is a massive one. Especially in the American context. Is there anything, I mean, how would you say that that shaped to your world view? Obviously try to keep it fairly concise. But you can speak for as long as you want really.

 

RadLib: Yeah, well you’ve heard of Thomas Sowell, I’m sure.

 

Woes: Oh yes.

 

RadLib: Yeah, well while I’m doing this ministry with these children, and learning about their life experience in the north St Louis. And the reason we were working in this neighbourhood in particular is because I think that area had the highest murder rate in the city. So it’s a place that clearly needed some help.

 

Woes: Yeah. Just let me interject with a film reference. Because people expect that off me. And I don’t want to let them down. I know that escape from New York was filmed in East St Louis. I don’t know if there’s any connection here in terms of their proximity. Because there had been a huge fire five years before. I think in 1976 that just devastated whole blocks of the city of east Louis. So it looked like a post-apocalyptic cityscape [chuckling]!

 

RadLib: I did not know this! I didn’t know that myself! Did not know that’s where they filmed. But I’m glad you brought that up, because I can share a little story from that ministry. One of our pastors was teaching on Psalm 23. And he got to the part where it talks about the “Valley of the shadow of death”. And he said:

 

“So what do you guys think ‘the valley of the shadow of death’ means?”

 

And one of the young black men from North St Louis raised his hand and said:

 

“East St Louis.”

 

So that gives you [chuckling] an idea! I always work in a rough area and those people think East St Louis is rough! So you could always go deeper [laughing]. But anyway, I guess I would say that at the same time as I was doing this ministry I was also reading all this stuff, like Thomas Sowell.

 

And so that gave me some perspective on what I was learning through my students, and their families, and everything, what I was seeing. And then he was describing sort of how it got to be the way it was. So I don’t know what influence it had on me exactly. Except to say that for me political economy which is sort of my area that I’m published in, and that I do my show in.

 

Political economy is not a dry lifeless thing. It’s these things that the State does. They have body counts, you know. They have people living in misery, whose grandfathers, and great-grandfathers, were not living in misery. All of us now. But back then it was sort of more the ghetto that seem to be really feeling the impacts of a lot of these things.

 

[15:46]

 

So yeah. So when I think about these government programs that I view as having been at least part of the problem of what’s going on in the inner city, I’m thinking about people I know. I have a goddaughter who’s in the inner city. One of my students named my wife and I, god parents to her. So to me it’s very human all of this.

 

Woes: Yeah. And I think it’s not unusual actually for people who end up with certain views about things. Views about race. And so on. To have had personal experience. One of the cliches that the likes of the SPLC will throw around, is that only ignorant people with little experience of diversity, are against diversity!

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: And where. I think that’s often the polar opposite of the truth. Where it’s people who have never experienced it that think it must be wonderful.

 

RadLib: Right. Have sort of a fantasy, … Yeah, Sowell talks about this sort of thing. We’re being subjected to the fantasies of Left-wing, social Democrats, or whatever.

 

Woes: And university students who think that all black people are like their black fellow student on a humanities degree. When, of course, that is not what diversity means for the [chuckling] vast majority of people!

 

RadLib: Right. Now having said that, by the way, that was what I did then. In recent times we’ve moved to an area that is basically where the St Louis black middle class lives. Not exactly our street, but sort of our surrounding area is all the black middle class.

 

And, of course, as you might expect, they’re quite different from the culture you hear about in rap songs [chuckling]. And it seems to me they’re almost invisible. I’m sure in America you hardly know that there’s this massive black middle class who aren’t going around shooting things up, you know.

 

Woes: I don’t know, maybe you listen to different rap music from what I do! [laughing]

 

RadLib: Actually, Academic Agent, I rely on him on rap music! My last rap music was back in the, before it was called rap, it was called hip-hop.

 

Woes: Oh yes!

 

RadLib: Early 80s. White Lines would be a song from that era?

 

Woes: Yes!

 

RadLib: That’s more my era [chuckling]

 

Woes: Yeah. Who did that? I’ve forgotten who did that song? I don’t know all I remember is:

 

“Down in the village. So you might think it’s silly. You can’t tell the men from the women sometimes.”

 

Woes: Yeah. I know this! I know the song. I know it quite well. But I can’t remember who did it.

 

RadLib: And they were just like screaming at us in the chat, I’m sure.

 

Woes: Yeah, it’s yeah. I know the one. And yeah, of course, it’s an amusing era. But anyway, that’s another thing.

 

RadLib: Yeah, I was born in 1969, by the way. So I’m a little older than most people take me to be, looking at me.

 

Woes: Yes. Okay. All right.

 

RadLib: So I guess a couple other things tying into sort of moving towards the political stuff that we tend to talk about here. My research area actually is “demicide”. That is the fancy academic term for mass murder by states. So would include genocide. But also, you know, killing the commies killing the Kulaks, right. That would be democide, even if it doesn’t count as genocide for some reason. I don’t know why it wouldn’t. They were all basically Christian Ukrainians.

 

But anyway. So I’m actually published. I have an article in the peer-reviewed journal on that topic. And that remains – I haven’t been digging deep into it lately. But it remains a topic I plan to return to. And I spent a lot of time researching when I was young.

 

I have one of our South African YouTuber friends, has been asking me to come on, and apply some of my analysis to their situation. Because it’s starting to look a little worrisome for the Boers in South Africa.

 

Woes: Yes, indeed.

 

RadLib: Yeah, and I’m concerned, based on what I know, which isn’t enough.

 

[20:00]

 

Bringing us to the dissident Right, I guess it’s worth mentioning. And it’s gonna sound like I’m trying to big myself up. But there’s a reason I’m bringing this up. I did predict 9/11. And I wouldn’t have even remembered I did it, except that while it was happening, and we where the work cafeteria watching planes go into the towers, a co-worker came by and leaned down and said:

 

“You said something like this would happen.”

 

And because he said that. And you remember 9/11. It’s like:

 

“Where were you when JFK was shot?”

 

Right? It’s that kind of day. I remember him saying that. And so I know that I actually, more, or less, predicted it. And that sort of brings me here.

 

I had a Chapter One, of my sort of political interests which was writing for LewRockwell.com. Do about that Woes?

 

Woes: Yes. And I actually have another person who wrote for lewrrockwell.com, is going to be appearing. I don’t know how to pronounce her name, “Britti” cs.

 

RadLib: Yes. Yeah Brittany.

 

Woes: Yeah.

 

RadLib: Brittany’s appearing, because she’s my friend.

 

Woes: Oh, of course! Yes, she mentioned she knew you. I’d forgotten that.

 

RadLib: That’s right. She saw that I was doing it and she thought she’d try to sign on. So thanks for having her. She’s great.

 

Woes: Okay.

 

RadLib: Yeah. But anyway. So yeah, my first sort of bout of being involved with politics was with the Mises Institute with lewrockwell.com. I didn’t write for antiwar.com, but considered myself a friend of Justin Raimondos at Anti-war. I did write about the invasion, against the invasion of Iraq. And so forth. At that time. It’s all still there on lourockwell.com, articles by me. And a few really good ones by my wife.

 

And so how did I predict 9/11? And that’ll bring me to sort of my second round.

 

Woes: That was going to be my first question, yeah:

 

“How did you predict it?”

 

[22:00]

 

RadLib: Right. Well again, maybe this is a US, UK, difference here, or US and outside of US. But Americans really don’t know what’s going on in the rest of the world, generally [chuckling]. And I defend my fellow Americans in this way. Having visited Europe several times. The scale is just so different.

 

I mean, I remember going to London and seeing the City of London, and learning that it was one square mile! Like everything you’d ever heard of it is like in that one square mile, you know, Big Ben, Parliament. It’s all in one square mile. And it’s just mind-boggling for an American! Because we are on such a vast scale!

 

I drive to Chicago – it’s about four and a half to five hours – every year to bring my eight-year-old to visit my best friend and his eight-year-old. And every year they come and they visit me. And this is, to us, this is like driving down the street, right. In England you drive five hours. And it’s like you’re going across the Sahara, or something, right?

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: So the scale is just totally, … Let me just say this. Because I think this actually came, … Did this come up in a previous Millenniyule? I was saying to someone the other day, … Oh yes! It was a private thing. Yeah, I was saying to someone the other day, that it’s easy for the people in Britain and elsewhere to castigate Americans for not knowing about the rest of the world. But in truth America is a massive world into itself.

 

Woes: Yeak!

 

Woes: It’s a very complex beast, thousands of different pockets, thousands of different bits within it, that one could know about, or hear about and, you know, cities, states, forests, deserts, rivers, mountain ranges, towns, universities. All of these different things that people could have heard of and they’ll know somebody who’s going there, the next year. They’ll know someone who was there five years ago. They might go this year. And America is huge!

 

And it has all these different climates, and all different terrains. So it’s actually quite a lot to ask of someone to know about all of that, and to know about the rest of the world, as well!

 

RadLib: You got me exactly right. Yeah. So I was born in south Florida. I was born outside of Miami. And I regularly went to visit my grandparents. And my cousins. Drove there. It’s, I think, 17-hour drive. Now if you drive for 17 hours on the Continent, I mean, where would this get you? From Belgium to Italy? To the bottom of Italy? I don’t know [Woes laughing]. You’d cover a lot of territory, right? Yeah, just to give you the idea of scale.

 

So yeah, I sort of defend my fellow Americans in that regard. Having said that, because of my interest in anti-imperialism, the anti-war, libertarian anti-war stance, antiwar.com, Lew Rockwell.com, I knew what the US Empire was up to. And so what happened was I was actually feeling something, because I was reading about what was happening, the sanctions on Iraq, for example, that were happening prior to 9/11. And Madeleine Albright saying that:

 

“500,000 children dying from the sanctions was worth it.”

 

That’s something that many Americans didn’t even know she said that. But my understanding is that her words rang through the Muslim world, or the Arab world, at least. And you can imagine how that made people feel.

 

So I was aware of what was happening. And so that’s how I essentially predicted 9/11. I could just feel the anger rising. And I could feel it. In fact, by the way, I wasn’t the only one. A good friend of mine was actually working in the financial district in Manhattan. The very place where 9/11 happened. He felt something coming too, and moved to Australia before 9/11. He had been there earlier in 2001, I think. So I wasn’t the only one who could see it coming.

 

So anyway, I say all that to explain sort of Chapter Two for me. Which is that we had all these children very fast. I kind of dropped away from being involved in politics and stuff. Because we were just having baby after baby. And then just a couple years ago we started to get a little sip of air above the water! We’re not above the water yet. But we’re starting to get breaths from just dealing with babies all the time.

 

And I thought about getting involved, and engaged in political stuff again. And I thought, you know, I think I might give this YouTube thing a try. I really like the community I see. This is going back a couple years before everyone got kicked off, right?

 

Woes: Yeah, I was thinking like, “a lamb to the slaughter”.

 

RadLib: Yeah, exactly! [chuckling] But I really liked that people were talking to each other at least back then. Across sort of labels and political divides.

 

Woes: It was wonderful! It was great it!

 

RadLib: Yeah, it was healthy, it seemed to me. There was healthy dialogue going on. And that’s why they stopped it [chuckling]!

 

[27:14]

 

Woes: Yeah. I think it’s exactly the case. I think that there was a nice sense that we can talk without the teacher listening in and telling us what we should be saying to each other! And what we’d feel about each other.

 

RadLib: And who should talk to who.

 

Woes: Exactly!

 

RadLib: You didn’t feel like these artificial barriers of:

 

“Well I’m not allowed to talk to them, because I’m Right and they’re Left, or whatever it is.”

 

Woes: Exactly, exactly! And one of the most bizarre episodes in my YouTube career was a stream that I did with an antifa professor, Mike Isaacson. Which was [laughing], I mean, we didn’t agree on anything! We didn’t find any common ground. But it was quite it was very strange indeed.

 

RadLib: Yeah, but you talked.

 

Woes: Yeah.

 

RadLib: Right. So anyway, I decided to get back into the game and try a YouTube channel. And with the help of Academic Agent, who’s been a real friend to me, I was able to start to build an audience and everything. And so I’m sort of working on that now. Radical Liberation on YouTube. Check it out.

 

Woes: That was how I discovered you in the first place. It was from your appearances on his stream.

 

RadLib: Right. But I was feeling something again, like I did before 9/11. You know, I mentioned that rising anger I felt. And this time though I was feeling it from, I guess we’d call it the dissident Right. And so cs.

 

Woes: And what was that anger generated by?

 

RadLib: Well I didn’t know. That’s part of the reason I just started paying attention. Listening to Morgoth, and etc, you know, who I feel like I’ve become friends with by now. But trying to hear what people were concerned about. And I learnt some things. I didn’t know anything about the whole grooming gang mess.

 

Woes: I remember trying to tell an American about it on Facebook when it came out, you know, back late 2014. And he simply wouldn’t believe me. Because, I mean, I even showed him news articles. He said:

 

“Oh no! This must be exaggerated! It can’t be real. This is going to be shock stories. It’s just too outrageous! It’s too ridiculous! No society would allow this to happen. No government, no police force, you’re telling me racist horror stories!”

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: Just wouldn’t believe it, because it is so incredible and awesome!

 

RadLib: Yeah. And I have a problem with people using language in weaselly ways. Like the US military talks about “collateral damage”, right? When they’ve slaughtered an innocent family! So I have trouble with that term “grooming gang”. Even as I bring up the term it makes me wince! I prefer mass ethnic rape. Which is a pretty blunt way to put it. But I think it’s accurate.

 

[30:11]

 

Woes: Yeah. I mean, if we’re talking about the mass rape, grooming, of White girls by Pakistani Muslims, then, of course, there’s an ethnic dimension to that! Whether it’s intended, or not! Whether it’s conscious, or not. Although, of course, it is, because how could you not be conscious of it?

 

RadLib: We’ve heard the testimony from the young ladies saying what was said to them.

 

Woes: Yes. Exactly. So, of course, it’s, … And this is one thing that I always struggled with White people, British people, they would say:

 

“Why does it matter? You only care about this, because they’re Pakistanis. It doesn’t make any difference, that they’re brown instead of White.”

 

And I said:

 

“No it does, because it’s a racial divide. It’s an ethnic insult, as much as it’s an assault on those individual girls, it’s also a group violation.”

 

And as everyone would understand that perfectly well if the perpetrators were White. So and I’m not going to go, … And imagine if the races were reversed. But it is true that everyone would! There’d be no mystery about why the race matters then.

 

RadLib: Right. So perhaps you can see coming from my interests in mass murder by States, right. Where I was focused on a group being targeted, right? Like the Kulaks being targeted by Stalin.

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: In the Holodomor, as they now call it. And, by the way, I wrote a poem about it and showed it to a survivor of that. And she said she put it up on her wall. Which was probably the best moment of my life. [chuckling]

 

But anyway so, you know, I’m thinking about groups being victimized by states. I’m looking for these patterns where the State sort of disarms the victim group in various ways. Makes them defenseless. And then either State functionaries themselves, or even sometimes just other people are allowed to sort of be predators on the victim group.

 

So this is a pattern in my head right. And then I get interested in like but you know why are these distant people so upset. And I learn about the mass ethnic crimes, the so-called grooming gangs. And I’m like:

 

“Oh okay.”

 

And so for me I’m not coming at this necessarily as like I’m a White guy, you know? It’s more that I’m a scholar of mass murder by States, or mass victimization by States, if you will. And here’s another case of it. And then having said all that the fact that say my own daughters could be subject to this kind of thing, well it brings some personal angle to it right?

 

Woes: Of course.

 

RadLib: Yes!

 

Woes: And this is actually something that I think is missing, or missed by a lot of middle-class people in Britain. They think well this would never happen to my daughters, because we don’t live in an area. So I don’t need to think about this. And I can even actively deny it. Which is obviously a disgusting attitude!

 

RadLib: Yeah, right. And so why shouldn’t I just as I have written about and advocated for various victim groups who have been targets, why shouldn’t I be an advocate for lower class White girls, or whatever, or Kyle Rittenhouse right, or whoever it is. For some reason for some people the fact that the victims are White means that it’s okay. Or you shouldn’t talk about it, or something. And I just that just goes right over my head. I just don’t get that.

 

Woes: Well, it’s yeah, of course, and I suspect that a hundred years ago those same people would have had a completely different attitude. I think this is to do with the conditioning that specifically White people have been targeted with since then. Over the last 80 years, or. So as such, the end result being that the worst thing they could be is “racist”, but also caring about their own race, or even recognizing their own race, is a racist thing to do!

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: It’s like an abusive partner can psychologically conditioning his partner, his victim, so that she will just accept any abuse from him whatsoever! Again, it’s evil!

 

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RadLib: Yeah. And I don’t accept it. So another personal angle to bring in here that connects to all this is that I’ve always been part of a radical fringe, my whole life! See that’s what I said. Because that’s the radical part of Radical Liberation right?

 

Woes: Yes I see, because it’s interesting, because you come across as very, if you don’t mind me saying so, well balanced [chuckling]! You don’t come across as the kind of person who tends to be into radical politics, or fringe politics. You seem I wouldn’t say conventional exactly, but not mad, or anything.

 

RadLib: Right. Well I try not to be. I’m a lot less mad than I once was that’s for sure! A lot less insane than I once was! But no, no, that, yeah, that’s right. For me this is normal. So like I said my father was a missionary to the jews in an area that was very jewish. I went to a both a high school and a university that were 40% jewish. I was passing out tracts when I was eight years old on the street, you know, doing street activism, right?

 

Woes: What? Oh tracts!

 

RadLib: Gospel. Reaching out to people with the gospel right. And I was being persecuted in high school for talking to jews about Jesus.

 

So for me being out of the mainstream is just normal, whether from the point of view of being part of Christianity I was part of which is, by the way, totally orthodox in its beliefs. It’s just most Christians don’t reach out to jews. And we did. And that was considered edgy, you know. Whether it’s part of that, or whether being a libertarian anarchist, or as I’m very tempted to change to on my Twitter profile, a “medieval anarchist”, is probably better for these circles for people to understand where I’m coming from.

 

But anyway, or whether as an anarchist, or now hanging out with dissident Right folks, to me being on a bit of the fringe, though not crazy [chuckling] has been my whole life.

 

In fact Woes, when I was young I was worried that I was part of like a cult, or something for some reason. Maybe somebody teased me at school. I don’t know. And so I went to my mom and I said:

 

“Mom are we fanatics?”

 

And she said, I thought this was very useful, she said:

 

“No. A fanatic is someone who has like the one thing and they can’t talk about anything else.”

 

They’re, you know, “monomaniacal” is the word I would use now. That’s what she described. She said:

 

“We’re zealots! We’re zealous for the gospel.!”

 

And so I’ve always liked that. The fanatics are the ones who as Frodi has been talking about, kind of ruin it for all of us! [chuckling] Right?

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: When he was saying:

 

“We just need some normal people!”

 

Anyway. So it’s the fanatics who ruin it for the rest of us. But to be zealous for justice. Like in the case of this mass ethnic rape stuff. To be zealous for justice in that. I don’t think there’s anything wrong, or weird, or crazy about that it’s only the natural godly response to something so horrifying.

 

Woes: To be honest I think that our opponents on the Left are zealous, but also furthermore the situation in the world today is so perverse that those who are not zealous. Those who are in the centre and milk toast, I think are rather mistaken. I think they’re rather deluded!

 

RadLib: Yeah.

 

Woes: I think if you see the way the world is today how could you not be zealous about something, in some kind of new direction, or even just the need for a radical new direction. As has been said about certain centrist YouTubers, their ideas are not radical, they’re not nearly radical enough! They don’t even recognize the scope and gravity of the problem!

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: So going back to 95, or 2005, is not enough! We need a deep rethinking of our society and the way we live.

 

RadLib: Right. Radical means to the root, right?

 

Woes: Indeed!

 

RadLib: Yeah. That’s more where I’m coming from. We’ve got big problems! Now how is it that people don’t see them? And how is it that I do? Well one other thing to share about myself is that in high school, when I was say 15, I decided to stop reading the news. And I never went back.

 

[40:00]

 

So I actually don’t consume like CNN, and NPR, which is sort of the equivalent of the BBC news in the UK. And haven’t for well, what would that be 35 years now. And as Jacques Ellul talks about in Propaganda, to keep people going with the current sort of line of the day, you have to be constantly peppering them with the propaganda. And if they unplug from that propaganda it doesn’t take too long for them to notice:

 

“Wait a second! You were saying like the opposite just like a month ago!”

 

Right?

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: So you have to stay plugged in to be able to kind of keep believing whatever it is they’re feeding us five minutes ago.

 

Woes: Yeah. Because the sheer volume of stuff that’s coming in, it’s too much for your minds to marshal. And therefore you can’t detect the contradictions.

 

Obviously we’ve seen this recently with Covid, where the numbers change by the day. The implications of those numbers changed by the day. It’s just quite incredible. I think people are kept in a sort of hamster wheel. And, of course, this is where the jokey cliche about the Amish comes in:

 

“Why aren’t the Amish affected by Covid? Because they don’t have TV!”

 

And I don’t know if that’s true, or not. But we can certainly imagine how it could be true.

 

RadLib: Right well certainly they wouldn’t have the climate of fear that is a constant push of the media. And not to get back into the PhilosophiCat thing, but, you know, AA ’s [Academic Agent] been talking about that. And I would say this that, right now it’s Covid and lockdown. I could see them changing to something else.

 

Because I’ve been watching this for decades now. I could see them changing to something else within a month, or a year. But what would remain constant? Fear! That is the running theme that I see through the weapons of mass destruction campaign from the neocons, right? To get the invasion of Iraq, etc., etc, etc!

 

Whatever it is, there is some bogeyman of the day. There is something you’re supposed to be afraid of and the media the lackey media as I like to call them, their function is to make sure that whatever it is you’re supposed to be afraid of, they are hitting you with that 24-7 until you submit and you submit to the fear.

 

Woes: See I think there are two versions of this that have gone on simultaneously with the “War on Terror”, or the “War Against Terror”, [it’s really a “War OF Terror”] I always forget that the acronym is TWAT. There was firstly there’s the fear of Islam and fundamentalist Islam. But then there’s also the fear of being “racist” as a result of fearing fundamentalist Islam! So they get you worried about fundamentals Islam. But then also worried about being racist!

 

RadLib: Yes! They get you coming and going!

 

Woes: Yeah! Kept on this constant oscillation between one thing and the other. Which is obviously quite dementing!

 

With Covid, obviously this is the perfect thing for them to use as a vehicle for fear. And this is one thing I wanted to say. That this is a cliche of, … And I’ve said this on my own. And I know that you listen to the Gram broadcast that I do.

 

In one of those I pointed this out. That it’s a cliche that governments rule, and tyrants, rule by fear! They rule by getting the populace to be afraid of something. An enemy that everyone can hate. But that’s exactly what’s happened now! In the most obvious way!

 

RadLib: [words unclear] before you.

 

Woes: Exactly! In the most obvious and crass way! Yeah they’ve got a population really very frightened. And people who believe in it all, must have had a terrible two years. I mean, I don’t know how many people there still are who really believe in it all.

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: But, at this point, maybe that number is diminishing. But certainly throughout 2020, I think a large percentage of the British public were literally living in fear throughout that year.

 

RadLib: Back on TV, or the media consumption issue I just wanted to share something from Lew Rockwell. The founder of the Mises Institute. Someone came to him and was talking about how they’re just to use our lingo now, “Black Pilled”. This is before anyone said that kind of thing. But that’s what they were expressing. They were just so down. And he said:

 

“Do you watch TV?”

 

He said:

 

“Well yeah.”

 

And he said:

 

“Why don’t you try stopping?”

 

And it was interesting his reasoning for this is slightly different than why I stopped. I had my TV shot, by the way.

 

[45:01]

 

Woes: What? Shot with a gun?

 

RadLib: Yeah. I’m an American Woes, you know! That’s how we do things. Anyway, yeah, I kept it on display. It was one of those big old style cabinet TVs, like from the 50s, or something, and I had it on display, because it sort of had a nice webbing [?]

 

Woes: Oh yeah!

 

RadLib: So I had it on display in my apartment. This was before I got married. Of course, there’s no shot TVs, with my wife around.

 

So his reasoning on the TV is, he said:

 

“With such a big world with billions of people, there’s always something bad going on, something crass going on. Well, what the TV seems to do is find those things and shove them in your face, so that it feels like that is what life is.”

 

Right?

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: Or we might say these days what life is being afraid. He was talking more about just crass behaviour being shoved in your face all the time, and things like this. He said:

 

“You know, turn off the TV. And talk to your neighbours. And be in like real life. And you’ll find that a lot of people are just living their life. And they’re not what gets depicted on the television.”

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: I remember a friend from south India, from Kerala. He came to the United States. And he called back to his family. And he said:

 

“There were two things that shocked him.”

 

Based on the perception of America he had from the media, I guess. He said:

 

“Number one, people aren’t shooting each other in the streets! Number two, there’s churches on every corner and on Sunday they’re packed!”

 

He had no idea that America was like a Christian, you know, had a bunch of Christians in it.

 

Woes: Yes, yes. I can imagine, I can imagine. I think that again a lot of Europeans have this notion of everyone’s just walking around with a gun. And any minor disagreement in a shop will result in a standoff. Obviously that’s ridiculous [laughing]!

 

RadLib: Right. Hey quick shill for my channel! We did a show on The Not So Wild Wild West, because even the so-called Wild West wasn’t even like that. That is just a Hollywood invention. They lie about everything!

 

Woes: Well. [laughing] And, of course, that era of Hollywood, the wild west genre, that’s from a Hollywood that was much more sympathetic to White America than the Hollywood well even the 90s, let alone the 2020s!

 

RadLib: Right! I mean, back then the wild west was violent, depicted as violent. But it wasn’t necessarily depicted as racist, right. Now, they’re gonna add, …

 

Woes: Or transphobic! [Laughter] Well. Yeah. I mean, there are obviously lots of questions that arise from your life story. One thing I would ask about 9/11 is, because you didn’t say how you predicted it. You said there were you felt anger.

 

RadLib: Yeah, when I think back it really was, and I’m amazed to say this, because I was emotionally shut down most of my life until recently. But I was like being emotionally “attuned” is the term. When you start to feel what other people are feeling. That’s what was effectively happening. I think back. And that’s really how I saw it coming is I could just feel the anger rising. And I just felt like, if I was feeling what they were feeling, I might really do something big!

 

Woes: Right. Yeah I’ve remembered what it was that I wanted to ask you sorry, because you did explain that. It was that, do you think America in the 90s had become, or by the end of the 90s. Do you think it had become too arrogant a superpower?

 

RadLib: Well again, I go back to Americans just really being parochial in a sense if you can consider a country as big as the United States being parochial. I regularly use the term the “US Empire”.

 

And part of the reason I use the term is because I think it’s, right? But the other reason is, because I say it, because I know there’s some Americans it’s going to get them to think, because we don’t talk about the US Empire within the US.

 

Woes: Yeah.

 

RadLib: And they literally don’t know what the American government is up to outside the borders of the United States, as a general thing.

 

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Woes: Yeah. There’s a separation between the entity of the empire and the entity of the nation which births that empire. I think it was the same in Britain. I mean, a lot of people most ordinary people in Britain would never experience the Empire, you know, during the 19th century. They would obviously know of it and including by name, unlike modern Americans, but it wouldn’t be a part of their daily lives. It would be a fact of their existence, but not a part of their daily life. The nation is one thing, the Empire is another thing.

 

RadLib: Yep. I wouldn’t describe Americans as “in denial” about the Empire. Because that would imply that really deep down they know. And they’re just denying it. No.

 

Woes: Yeah.

 

RadLib: They just don’t know.

 

Woes: Yeah. I wasn’t trying to imply that. I think with America you’ve got this situation where their interests aren’t even part of the empire, they’re part of the Empire’s activities.

 

Whereas with Britain you could say well it’s helping us with trade, it’s helping us with getting this resource. And we are exporting our culture to the rest of the world in some sense. We’re also learning a great deal from the rest of the world and bringing that knowledge back to Britain. None of that really applies with America does it?

 

RadLib: Right. Justin Raimondo passed now, unfortunately, from antiwar.com. He would always say:

 

“The American Empire, where everything goes out and nothing comes in!”

 

[Laughter]. In other words, I’m agreeing with you. You know, people don’t feel like:

 

“Wow! I’m so glad that the American Empire’s there, because XYZ.”

 

They wouldn’t know how to finish that sentence. Because they just don’t even think about it. And they wouldn’t know what it would be doing for them except “defending our freedoms” , or “you’ve got to fight them there, else they’ll be here”. Vague slogans that if you ask them:

 

“What are you talking about?”

 

They wouldn’t even be able to get past the slogan, you know?

 

Woes: Yes. Yes. It’s something that they’ve heard. Of course, that thing about defending our freedom. And I remember George W Bush saying that in the aftermath of 9/11. That:

 

“They’re attacking us, because they hate our freedoms!”

 

And, of course, that’s ironic, because it was drivel anyway. But it’s ironic to think of it now 20 years later, because well we’re not as free as we were then. Our freedoms have all have all been curtailed in those 20 years. Such that I can imagine some camel riding tribesmen in cave in Afghanistan thinking of what the modern Western citizen and thinking:

 

“Why did they put up with that? Why did they put up with that life that they have over there, with their kid being raised with gay indoctrination at school!”

 

I mean, I can easily imagine them thinking that they are actually more free than us, at this point. And I’m not saying this to just be sort of clever clever. I think there is an element of truth to that.

 

RadLib: Yeah. Yeah, well I’m gonna have to stick it out, because I haven’t heard from the lord very much. But one time I did, very clearlyc is my church was a church that sent a lot of missionaries out. And so forth. All over the world. And so some missionary was giving a presentation. And so I prayed. And I was like:

 

“God, is this being a missionary? I’m open to doing it if that’s what I’m supposed to do.”

 

And he said:

 

“No.”

 

And my feeling from that was not just that, like it wasn’t a feeling of like:

 

“Oh good! I don’t have to be a missionary.”

 

It was more like:

 

“No. I’m calling you to stay in the US, and it might not be fun!”

 

[chuckling] And that was 40 years ago that I felt that. I think it makes more sense now that that feeling I had back then that being called to stay here and not to leave, might be a grim mission. It might not have made much sense to me at the time I just felt it.

 

But now it makes a lot more sense. If we keep going the way we’re going then staying in the US, you know! It’s going to be a hard go!

 

Woes: Yes, indeed. And I think that’s, … See it’s interesting, because in late 2018, I think it was, I had a particular YouTuber on Millennial. I wouldn’t name who it was. Because I don’t want to, … Well it doesn’t really matter who it was. And he said:

 

“Yes we need to organize a protest around Parliament, in Westminster, in London, and put our demands to them.”

 

And I said to him:

 

“But what are our demands?”

 

And this is pre-Covid, pre-everything, pre-lockdown, all this. And I said:

 

“But what are our demands?”

 

And he didn’t know. And I didn’t know! We just knew that there was some cause for discontent, or there was something was emerging, so something was about to emerge! Our society has taken some kind of turning. There was an atmosphere of discontent. But it was not yet manifest. It was not yet directed.

 

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And then, of course, Covid came a year later a year and a half later. And suddenly it makes sense why there was this atmosphere of discontent in 2018, and 19. Which a lot of people didn’t pick up on. I did pick up in it. I did not predict Covid! I absolutely I’m not going to clean credit for that!

 

RadLib: Yeah, none of us.

 

Woes: None of us did! But there was a sense of a vacuum, like we were between eras. And I actually was planning on, … I remember one of those many videos that I planned during my hiatus, and never made. One of them was called Between Two Paradigms, or Between Paradigms. And it was about that. It was making this point that nothing seems to be happening. We seem to be at the eye of a storm, and nothing is happening. But there is a sense of danger and impending, …

 

And another video that I planned was The Widening Gyre, which was a reference to the, I think it’s Keats poem. I can’t remember who wrote it, now. But there was that sense of things, like anything could be about to happen.

 

RadLib: Yeah.

 

Woes: And yeah, that’s now come to pass. But the point I was making was at the time, we didn’t know why we felt this discontent. Apart from all the usual complaints about the modern world, you know, LGBT, mass immigration, multiculturalism, feminism.

 

But that wasn’t quite the point. It was more a sense of a direct threat to liberty. A direct threat to the individual that. But, as I say, it hadn’t manifest yet. So it was interesting at that point we didn’t know what the complaint actually was. But now it’s become much more obvious. Right in your face, you know.

 

RadLib: Yeah. And I don’t necessarily have to believe that it was all a grand four dimensional plan, right? But it does seem like a lot of things start to fall in place. That you look back and you go:

 

“Ah! Okay!”

 

This is like a culmination of things that had been developing.

 

Woes: Yes. And it took us by surprise but the very perceptive person could have perhaps predicted it.

 

RadLib: Yeah. Right. Well libertarians did in a way. So I would say that working the medieval anarchist angle here. I really think we’re maybe, not in the end stages, but part of what we’re seeing culmination of goes quite a ways back.

 

Which is that the era that I would look back to as Christendom, you know, as sort of the birthplace of the things that we celebrate about the West, you know, art and science and universities. And all these things that, before they were totally pozzed, were amazing, right.

 

There was a shift from the medieval situation which was a lot of small polities, city-states, bishoprics. A favourite of mine is Salzburg Austria. It was a bishopric. It was a seat of a bishop and basically that city was a little political entity right. And there are places like this all over Europe. You see maps from back then they’re just little quilts, patchwork quilts.

 

But over the last several hundred years there was just more, and more, consolidation, with localities being crushed in favour of a more, and more, centralized organization.

 

For some reason the Bretons are on my mind. Oh! I know why! Someone was sharing us, Semigogue was sharing us a song from the Bretons praising the coming of an English Lord to help them fight against the French.

 

There were all these peoples, ethnic groups I guess we could say. European ethnicities that had identity, that had their own language in many cases.

 

And they all started to get ground down over the last several hundred years in favour of more uniform identities that were going across larger, and larger geographic areas.

 

Woes: Yes. Amalgamation.

 

RadLib: Amalgamation, consolidation, centralization, whatever you want to call it. But the trend is away from the local, away from a smaller, more humble, more human, community to something that is more abstract, harder to get your hand around. Harder to feel like you’re participating in any meaningful way. Like:

 

“What do I have to do with what the US government does?”

 

Even as a politically interested person, I just feel like a dot, compared to what’s going on with the US government. I don’t feel I have any sway over the fate of my community.

 

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Woes: Yes. And this cannot be a healthy situation.

 

RadLib: It doesn’t seem right [chuckling]!

 

Woes: For an intelligent men to feel that they have no agency, no influence on their own society. I can understand, you know, this might sound bad. I can understand an unintelligent prole, a dumpling, not having influence. Fine! I don’t want the village idiot having a vote.

 

But when but when decent, and intelligent, and sensible, men feel that they even are just meaningless subjects of globalist powers, powers that they cannot see, that they cannot negotiate with that they cannot even comprehend, that must be a deeply unhealthy situation! And one that is bound to create all sorts of dysfunction.

 

RadLib: Right. And for a while there it seemed like the nation state was sort of a terminus. Well sure, you know, all these local identities were crushed in the in favour of France, or the United States, or the United Kingdom, or whatever. But then it stops, right?

 

Well as Morgoth has been pointing out lately. No! It’s not stopping, because now government, like national government, is being replaced with “governance”! International NGO style governance.

 

Woes: Yes. My previous guest Mark Malone went into this distinction. Yeah very good stuff. And, of course, Morgoth’s own video I think probably the best video he’s done this year was about The Whale and the, … Oh god I can’t remember, …

 

RadLib: The Elephant and the Whale?

 

Woes: Yeah! Yes that’s it. The Elephant and the Whale. That was a very good characterization of the dynamics of power.

 

RadLib: Right. So you see why you see why I’m bringing it up, because I’m talking about an arc that’s been going on for several hundred years. And I’m saying that it’s continuing. We’re watching before our eyes it go into another stage where it seemed to stabilize at the nation state, in say the 20th century. Because remember Italy and Germany, for example, were not even consolidated until the 19th century. That’s really quite recent, right.

 

Woes: Yeah, I think it was 1870 for Germany, I can’t remember.

 

RadLib: Exactly. So, you know, we just had about a hundred years, or so, of the nation state being like a somewhat stable point. And we’re already going to the next stage now. Which is this web of international governance where you just have no idea who’s in charge anymore! It’s really murky! I mean, maybe it’s Klaus Schwab? I don’t know. But it’s like people like him, or something.

 

Woes: Yeah. I would imagine it is people like him. But yeah, that’s another issue altogether. Either way it’s people who would never listen to you and me. It’s people that they wouldn’t watch our YouTube channels. I mean, that they wouldn’t take us seriously as people. It’s individuals who are operating at a very different level.

 

And I’m fine with the concept of people at a high level in society who are observing society from a different height. Fine! But that has to be moderated with sanity. And I don’t think that Klaus Schwab’s thinking.

 

RadLib: Yeah, so something you’ll see if you follow me on Twitter is that I regularly talk about the insane centre. The insane mainstream. And I’m playing off of, shoot? Mills? The scholar anyway. He talked about “crackpot realism”. T Wright Mills. That’s it. Crackpot realism. And Murray Rothbard brought this up in regards to the Cold Warriors who would game out, how we could win a nuclear war with Russia. Which was famously lampooned in Dr Stranglove.

 

What he was lampooning there was absolutely real! I’ve met one of these people. And they’re just insane! But they sound very scholarly, you know, they’re like you said, thinking on a high level. The world is like this chess board.

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: But they’re nuts!

 

Woes: Yeah. Because the world might be a chessboard to them, but each of the pieces is meaningless. It’s just a mathematical factor.

 

RadLib: Yes! Yes! Yeah, it feels inhuman the way they relate to the rest of the world. They see us as pawns to be played, as opposed to fellow men, you know, fellow persons.

 

Woes: Yes, exactly. I think this is one of the prerequisites for a healthy society, that the elite have to have some kind of connection, sorry, they have to feel even if they don’t have a real connection, they have to feel a connection, with the rest of the citizenry!

 

Because otherwise you end up with this exact situation that we have now. Where I don’t believe that Bill Gates gives a toss about me, or my culture, or my city, or my people, anything whatsoever about me! So why should I trust him?

 

RadLib: Yeah. I mean, on a simple scale, you know, someone loses their small business, because of the lockdown right. They don’t have customers, because customers aren’t literally allowed to come to their place of business. And they lose their small business. And it’s what they poured their money and their time into building.

 

Woes: Yes. Their life. It could be their life’s work.

 

RadLib: And we think have we ever felt compassion from the Fauchies?

 

Woes: Indeed!

 

RadLib: About these sorts of things? I don’t think so.

 

Woes: Which is especially galling! Because I think that this has all happened unnecessarily! I think that the whole Covid thing, it didn’t need to go into lockdown. So those small businesses, family businesses, inherited family businesses going back generations in many cases, didn’t need to shut down! We have lost all of these things! These fruits of human labour without any good reason! It did not need to happen!

 

I mean, I know business I’ve seen, like in my own hometown, in my home city, in the city where I live now, that have disappeared! And they’ll never come back, you know, that’s it! But meantime Amazon have got richer!

 

RadLib: Yeah.

 

Woes: And all these other tech companies have got have got welfare. So there’s this awful sense that it all happened without good reason. But also, as you say, the sense that the people responsible don’t even feel, well guilty. I mean, they feel nothing! Bill Gates seems to be having a whale of a time! All of them are, … Well [laughing] no pun intended!

 

And also the politicians. And this is another part of it. People like Justin Trudeau, that awful Jacinda Ardern.

 

RadLib: Yeah, I know who you mean.

 

Woes: And the awful politicians in Australia. Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, these horrendous people! Again in Germany and Sweden, all of them, they seem to despise the publics to whom they communicate on the TV and in their speeches! There doesn’t seem to be any actual, genuine, concern. I mean, when they’re saying:

 

“We have to do this, because of this threat.”

 

They don’t actually seem concerned! This is one of the reasons why it’s a bit of a, I won’t use an impolite word. But it’s a bit of a confusing thing. That they’re saying this, while not even sounding concerned. Where you’d think if it were a real pandemic, in a real emergency, they would sound scared! And yet they don’t!

 

RadLib: Right. And they party while they’re supposedly so afraid.

 

Woes: Well, exactly!

 

RadLib: Perfect give away!

 

Woes: Yeah, exactly! And you can’t help thinking of the communist, the cliche that the Bolsheviks were having banquets, while the peasants were starving! And just dying out from starvation. The Politburo, and so on, the high up Commissars, were just having a great time. It’s this sort of brazen corruption!

 

RadLib: You think of that moment from the 2016 election. I remember my wife was really struck by it when Hillary Clinton did the basket of deplorables line. And my wife said:

 

“It’s over!”

 

She said that she’s gonna lose. I mean, you can’t just call the voters “deplorables”, and win an election, you know.

 

But anyway, you know, I hadn’t thought about it till now. I always thought about that as revealing about Hillary Clinton. But I think she was really revealing about her whole sort of set, you know, her whole class. And Obama had a similar thing. What do he say:

 

“Those ignorant people with their guns and their Bibles.”

 

Or something like that. Which describes, by the way, like all the Christians I know in the country. [Woes laughing loudly] And I know a lot of them! So I mean, they’re expressing contempt not for some narrow, niche, fringe, radical, group. They’re expressing contempt for basically the people of their country.

 

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Woes: And certainly the backbone of their country. The people who do the boring jobs that no one hears about, because they’re not glamorous.

 

And this is what I was saying earlier, a healthy society requires an elite that have some kind of connection, or feel a connection, a warmth towards the common folk. Because otherwise you’re going to have this kind of thing.

 

You’re going to have them decreeing that your five-year-old daughter can’t see her granny at Christmas. And there’s no one to complain to! And if you don’t like it, tough! You’re selfish, and evil, actually for complaining about it! Oh god! I don’t want to fed bust on my own channel!

 

RadLib: Right, exactly! So, you know, Hayek wrote The Road to Serfdom. There’s a chapter of it that I recommend to everyone. Chapter 10. It’s called Why the Worst Get on Top. And he describes why in the social Democratic system. Like we all live under now, you’re not going to get the honest people in positions of powerful political leadership. You’re going to get people who are liars, and corrupt. And he explains exactly why. It’s really worth reading.

 

Even having read that all that time ago I don’t know that I was prepared for what I see, for example, with Vice President Kamala Harris. I think she’s a psychopath. I mean, she’s not just like cs.

 

Woes: , … Another psychopath [laughing]!

 

RadLib: She’s not just a person who’s a little bit corrupt, or something. Like she’s not normal like she tries to be normal, and it gives you that uncanny valley experience.

 

Woes: Yeah, that’s the feeling I have with Hillary Clinton.

 

RadLib: Yeah, it’s like stop smiling please! You’re creeping me out!

 

Woes: Yes. Exactly! The crazy eyes as well and that over friendliness. Yeah, you see this with Kamala for sure. But you see it with a lot of them. I mean, just again, … But yes, I know what you mean.

 

I think that there are undoubtedly democracy seems to make this very possible. I suspect, and, of course, sociopaths psychopaths are always going to be attracted to power centres. That makes sense. But I suspect that in a monarchy, or an aristocracy it’s much harder for them to get a foothold. And there will, because, well I don’t really need to go into that as a tangent. I think that democracy just gives them a thousand Avenues by which to, well, lie.

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: And to curry favour and to gain on undue power.

 

RadLib: I’m assuming you’re doing this so that you can segue so beautifully into another show for my channel! So a recent series we did was on Democracy versus Monarchy.

 

Woes: Oh!

 

RadLib: And we drew on Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn and Hans Hermann Hoppe, who famously criticized democracy. And I actually had the pleasure of meeting Kuehnelt right near the end of his life, which was amazing! It was like getting a little taste of the 19th century, or something. 19th century century Austria. I could feel that, how do I put it nicely? We’re all lesser men than he was [chuckling]! He came from a civilization that’s been destroyed, you know.

 

But anyway. And in this series we very carefully go through his critique of democracy. First of all. And then he says:

 

“Well okay, you could say that all this stuff is true of democracy. Let’s say you agree with me so far. But you could still say it’s the worst system, except for all the others.”

 

Or some crap like that, right? He says.:

 

“So let’s compare it to some other system. And how about one that we have a lot of experience with?”

 

And so he talks about monarchy, because, of course, we had monarchy and Christendom for hundreds and hundreds of years. So we have plenty of track record to look at. And yes, indeed like Hoppe. Hoppe was influenced by him. He concludes that monarchy is a superior system to democracy. Worth noting that I, like Hoppe, like Kuehnelt-Leddihn, we’re all anarchists.

 

So we don’t think monarchy is the best system of all possible systems, just better than democracy. At least you have, for example, going to the psychopathic aspect, you have the personal responsibility, right.

 

If the King’s screwing you over, that jerk is the one screwing you over, right? Whereas now, especially as we go from government to governance, you just have the sense that like the amorphous blob is screwing you over! And you’re not exactly even sure who to blame for it.

 

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Woes: Well, you got no idea who to blame for it!

 

RadLib: Yeah!

 

Woes: None! And I use the analogy of, … And I know that I’ve had this reputation for being obsessed with my own Twitter ban. I’m not anymore! It was three years ago. I’m very much over it! Don’t worry!

 

RadLib: You’re on stage seven of the stages of grief [Laughter]!

 

Woes: Maybe five and a half. [chuckling] But yeah, I am over it. It’s just that this particular analogy I think is useful. And it was that when I appealed to Twitter, the email that I got back was signed “Twitter”. It wasn’t signed with the name of an individual employee. And I see that as a portend of how governance will be. Where you’re just up against the machine. And you’ve got no idea what goes on behind the curtain. None whatsoever!

 

Just like we’ve got no idea how YouTube, what the hell goes on at YouTube? Who makes the decisions? By what Protocols do they make decisions? Who was responsible for what? No one, you and I, will never know that! It’s impossible to track. And indeed I wouldn’t be surprised if they just delete the evidence of decision making processes after it’s done. So that no one will ever know.

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: So it’s all quite Kafka-esque.

 

RadLib: I was going to say. So Kafka ends up being the dystopian author that got it right, yeah?

 

Woes: Yeah! [laughing] Well, it is the old venn diagram with Brave New World, 1984, Soylent Green [laughing], …

 

RadLib: And Kafka.

 

Woes: Yeah.

 

RadLib: But yeah, that sense of bad things are happening to me, bad things are happening in my community, bad things are happening to my children. And I don’t even know where to start, to do something about it, right?

 

Woes: Yeah. Well, I think that’s perhaps what we’re here to try to identify.

 

RadLib: Yeah. So let me turn from the negative to the positive, and just talk about what we’ve done.

 

Woes: All right, just before you start. I didn’t mean within the scope of this particular stream. I just mean that what we do in general is that we’re obviously identifying the problems. But hopefully beyond that, we’re also going to identify a way forward. But anyway yeah.

 

RadLib: So I just thought I’d make some comments, personal comments. And I’m not the sort to say:

 

“I’ve done it this way. And so everybody else should!”

 

I just thought it can’t hurt to just describe a little bit of what we’ve done. And not only, because it hopefully is interesting. But also, because we try to provide resources on my channel to support it. And we’re going to be providing more.

 

So my wife is a trained therapist, a marriage and family therapist. She was in private practice until two weeks before our first child was born. And then she stopped, to be home with the children, and homeschool them. And so she’s given birth in some cases, home births, to all these babies, and is schooling them, and has been schooling them all this time.

 

Because in our case we had so many children we ended up moving to a property with four and a half acres. Where we have chickens, and ducks, and quail, and goats, and a pony on the way, any day now.

 

So we are able to create a little island of our own here. And where we’re not worried about say, school shootings! I’m just amazed everybody still sends their kids to government schools after all these school shootings. But anyway, do what you gotta do!

 

But we’re not subject to the latest round of propaganda that they’re giving the kids. I’ve even heard, I think this was in the US, right? Where they were saying:

 

“Hey! If you let us vaccinate you, then we’ll give you pizza!”

 

Or something, like going around the parent’s back and vaccinating children.

 

Woes: Yeah, it’s unbelievable! It’s the kind of thing that in the same society, you know, somebody would be in prison for a very long time for that.

 

RadLib: Yeah, exactly! Right. Just amazing! And so my wife and I were in agreement of, you know, independently had made this conclusion before we got married, that we would want to homeschool our children, if we had any. So I think that helps us unplug a bit. We don’t do broadcast television. We do have, … What do you call it? Cable cutter type solutions, where you can dial up a movie you want to watch and watch it. But we don’t have just a TV channel going.

 

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Woes: Oh, I thank god! It’s funny, whenever I, and I should be careful, because maybe some of my viewers do that. But, whenever I’m in someone’s house. And they have just the TV’s just on, you know, oh, it’s awful! Because you can’t not look at the TV! It’s like there’s this hypnotic. It’s sort of it draws your eyes to it. And, of course, it’s just believing drivel!

 

RadLib: And propaganda!

 

Woes: Oh yeah! That, as well.

 

RadLib: Yeah. So we put a great emphasis, … Part of the reason we moved, besides having 10 of us in 1100 square feet, is that we’re really concerned that there was space for people to get away from such a big family, and go off in a corner and read, or, we have two daughters who have an art studio here. Yeah. This is part of the downside of you not being on Twitter. I bet you’d love my daughter’s paintings!

 

But anyway! So we’re really concerned about – we’re both introverts, maybe that’s part of the reason why – but very concerned about there being space for our children to develop their interests and their personality.

 

Woes: Yeah.

 

RadLib: So anyway, that’s sort of I guess our response to some of the things we’ve been discussing. And it’s just at the family level. We haven’t formed a “compound” with other families, or anything like that, as the government would call it when they destroy it! But I feel like these choices have been beneficial.

 

And it’s very interesting for us – my wife and I both went to government school. It’s very interesting for us to tell stories from our time at school to our children, or for them to get stories from their friends who are in a government school, and to see their reactions. Which basically are normal human reactions if you didn’t just grow up thinking that this was insanity was normal right?

 

RadLib: Yes.

 

RadLib: Yes! They’re just like:

 

“What? What happened? You put up with that?”

 

They just can’t believe it! It just seems crazy to them, what to us, was just our childhood, our normal childhood, “normal”.

 

Woes: I mean, when I look back on school, especially at the end, I absolutely hated it! And I really just didn’t belong. It was completely unnatural for me to still be at school. From the age of 15 onwards I desperately needed to get out of it! But well, actually earlier than that really. Anyway it doesn’t matter.

 

When I look back on. It just seems such an artificial and artificially stifling as well! Even within the context of the school it could have been less stifling than it was [chuckling]! It’s so absurd!

 

RadLib: So in terms of providing resources for those who want to follow some of these paths, my wife and I have done, two streams on homeschooling. And there is some talk sort of, philosophical kind, of talk about like, why did she decided to homeschool and everything.

 

But it’s also very nuts and bolts, you know, really talks about how do you homeschool. And it addresses people’s concerns about socialization and all that kind of stuff that people who are thinking about it, need to have those questions answered, right? And so we try to answer them as best we can.

 

We’re actually planning on a part three. Because so many people have been going to homeschooling, at least in the US. I don’t know if that’s happening in the UK. But it’s been a heavy trend.

 

Woes: Put it this way, I think that the last two years, with all that’s been going on, I think that will have driven a lot of people, parents to towards thinking that thry could they do homeschooling. Because obviously society in general is becoming so cold, and formalized. I mean, the wearing the masks, you know, little children having to do that, and social distance each other. It’s so perverse!

 

RadLib: Yeah, right. The big selling point they had left supposedly, was that you’ll get socialization, if you go to the schools well now you’re, … Like I’ve seen the pictures of the lunchroom where they’re 12 feet away from each other, whatever! I’m not sure you’re even getting socialization anymore, at least not anything we recognize as socialization.

 

Woes: No! There have been quite a few good memes based around that when there’s some children wearing the mask, sitting 12 feet away from each other. And yeah, the disinfecting thing is right there. And it’s like:

 

“Oh my god?”

 

What kind of notion of other people and your relationship to other people are you going to develop in that environment? It seems almost tailor-made to make people well, to make them develop hang-ups.

 

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RadLib: Yeah, so the reason my mind jumped to our streams is because that’s one of the things we emphasize there. That we feel like, you don’t have to teach children to be curious about the world. They are curious about the world! They’re born curious about the world! Anyone who’s been around a small child sees that, right? They’re looking at the world with wonder and awe.

 

It’s the schooling in our experience, like the government schooling, that drives the curiosity out of kids. And makes learning seem like, I don’t know, something geeks do.

 

Woes: Yeah.

 

RadLib: As opposed to something that is your own passion and that you start to develop an interest. And you want to understand certain aspects of the world. You want to answer certain questions. And so you start digging into it for yourself.

 

I just happen for whatever reason probably, because my family right, I just happened to be that way despite being in government school. And I would literally have a book I was reading hidden inside my textbook. I’d hold my textbook up and I’d have another book inside it that I would be reading during class! [chuckling] I was so thirsty to learn.

 

Woes: But it is lovely that that survived. That it wasn’t crushed!

 

RadLib: Right. But you’ve seen it how the curiosity gets driven out!

 

Woes: Oh yeah! Yes it happened to me as well. But I mean, yeah, I could tell anecdotes about that. But I think people understand. So I think that the home schooling is a very good idea, very helpful, for you to be doing that. Because I think people value an example to follow, or an example to be inspired by, far more than people just telling them to do this. Sort of imploring them to do it.

 

RadLib: Yeah exactly! I was on another stream recently and somebody responded to it and said, and we didn’t even talk about homeschooling I don’t think. But he said:

 

“I’ve pulled my children out of the school, because of watching this stream!”

 

And so [chuckling] I wrote back to him. It was on Twitter. And so I replied to him and I said:

 

“Here we have some streams on homeschooling.”

 

And then I told my wife. And she asked me to offer to him that if he had any questions she would answer them.

 

Woes: That’s great!

 

RadLib: So we’re not just doing a quick video on it. We really intend to be a resource where we can help people.

 

Woes: That’s great! You said that you’ve got your house. And it’s not a big society sort of project. It’s just the scope of your own life, your own family. But I think that is honestly a very admirable goal to have. Because historically the idea for, especially for a man, of having his own house and having his own home where his family are safe and secure and where things are as he wants them to be, his environment is tailored for him and his loved ones, that is a very laudable goal! And I think that it’s part of, and yet another aspect of, the sickness of the modern world is that people no longer think of their homes in that sense. They think of them as an investment, temporary thing. And then I’ll move somewhere else.

 

And if it’s the modern home in a city, then there’s very little in the way of customization that you can do. So it’s more like a cell, than a home. And for me personally, recently I found myself really thinking about how much I would love to just live in a cottage in the countryside, where I wouldn’t have to think about the rest of the world. That would be lovely! So actually, that reminds me I should really shill for donations far more often than I am doing!

 

RadLib: Yeah!

 

Woes: I’ll never get that cottage if I don’t shill for donations!

 

RadLib: Support Woes!

 

Woes: [chuckling] So if people, … Like I only did it once at the start in the first stream. If people would like to donate and support me and, you know, help me get a bit farther, closer to that cottage, then there are multiple ways you can do that at Millennialwoes.com slash donate Millennials.com slash crypto. And also there is a Bitcoin lightning address. But on the donation page there are many different Avenues by which you can support me. So if you value my work, and Millennial itself, then please do that! That would be very much appreciated!

 

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RadLib: So on the home thing, I came by this the hard the hard way, you might say. And I’m going to say something that’s negative about my parents but who are both past now. But they said it about themselves. So I’m not saying anything inappropriate. My parents were really devoted to Christian ministry. I grew up with Bible studies and discussions going on in my home until two in the morning. And I’m in my bedroom keeping the door open. So I can keep listening, because they’re talking about like interesting stuff! It’s sort of a rather intellectual environment, I guess you could say.

 

But, you know, later they really saw that they had not had a good enough boundary around the family, and around the home. And I think that’s what you were speaking to.

 

And I think that’s something my wife and I both feel strongly about. We do want to help people, we do want to minister to others where we can, and help others.

 

But it would be inappropriate for that to come at the cost of our marriage, our children, our the safety, and sanctity of our home and our land, right?

 

Woes: Of course.

 

RadLib: So finding that balance I think for me has been an important personal journey. The balance between wanting to be helpful. I mean, I grew up in a ministry family. So, it’s just in my bones to be that way, right. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

 

But that has to be balanced with taking care of your own. And the Bible talks about that. Paul says:

 

“If you don’t take care of your family, then you’re worse than a heathen!”

 

Or whatever.

 

Woes: A politician! [laughing]

 

RadLib: Yeah, right. Exactly!

 

Woes: You’re [chuckling] worse than a journalist!

 

RadLib: Yeah, right. Back then it’s Jesus hangs out with the prostitutes and the tax collectors. Now it’s Jesus hangs out with journalists! [Woes laughing] You know what’s up? What’s going on with him?

 

Woes: Well. I mean, I get the feeling that we could talk for hours, and hours! And I knew it would be like this. I was sure that when you and I, … Because this is the first time we’ve ever spoken. And I was sure that when I do finally speak to RadLib, it will be a very easy and enjoyable conversation, with all sorts of tangents that we could go on. And so I hope that we speak again.

 

RadLib: Yeah.

 

Woes: Soon. But I think, … Oh actually, I nearly forgot to do the questions. But I think we should probably wrap it up at that point. I’m paranoid that my computer is going to crash again, or that the internet is going to cut out again. So I want to not tempt fate by going on too long.

 

Okay here’s one person. I think this was posted quite a long time ago and it was when you were talking about that you’ve got eight children. And he says:

 

“RadLib is the hero who shall personally lead the repopulation of the West!”

 

[Laughing] You have a fan there!

 

And another person asks, Hominid, he asks:

 

“RadLib. What do you see in store for the US by the end of this century? Do you think it will even still exist?”

 

That’s a big question.

 

RadLib: Yeah, I don’t know. I’m a big secessionist as you can imagine from everything I’ve said. I would love it if we could reverse the homogenization process, and go back. And I’m not picky. It doesn’t have to be de jure, it can be de facto, right?

 

Like let it still be called the United States, while on the ground reality, towns, communities, cities, are kind of doing their own thing. And just sort of being ignored by the central government while they do their own thing. That would be great!

 

I personally don’t want another war between the States. Don’t need the eternal Yankee to do their thing again. [chuckling] But I don’t look forward to some kind of big conflict. I hope it doesn’t come. I hope like I said, I hope my hope. And I don’t think it’s a completely unrealistic hope.

 

My hope is that, as we’re already seeing, localities start to go their own way. Just as has been happening with the legalization of marijuana. As has been happening with vaccine mandates more recently as, you know, Woes, right? Like Florida just hasn’t been doing the same thing as other states.

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: So to me this is all to the good. Don’t stop at the State level, bring it down to the community, the locality. Let everybody go their own way, and see how things work out. Learn from each other. And don’t be upset that other people are doing things differently. That’s my beautiful vision for my country [Laughing]!

 

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Woes: Yeah. Another example of that would be the Texas abortion debacle from a few months ago. I think that liberals, progresses, were outraged at that the idea of our state doing something that was not in accordance with the doctrine of Kamala Harris. Just couldn’t believe that this would happen. Yeah, okay there’s one other question:

 

“Would the black communities from Saint Louis ghettos be better off in a black secessionist state?”

 

And I’m guessing you would say they would be.

 

RadLib: Yeah, that’s interesting. Just recently, at the gym, I’ve been chatting with a older gentleman who’s Nation of Islam. This is some so-called black Muslims, like Malcolm X, type stuff. You might be familiar with.

 

Woes: Yeah. And yes, I am familiar with that.

 

RadLib: And it’s really interesting about them. Like Marcus Garvey was in talks with the KKK at one point. In other words, you would think these would be people like blacks, who hate Whites, and Whites who hate blacks, when actually they were finding common ground, because they’re like:

 

“You want to have your community. And I want to have mine. Great! Let’s do it!”

 

[chuckling] So anyway, I would say that, … Okay, well again shilling for my show. We did a series on the History of Black Americans. And one of the parts that might surprise people the most, is the middle. We did the bit on slavery. We did the bit on the disaster that’s happened since, say the civil rights era, roughly, and great society programs, and all that it’s the middle part that no one knows about.

 

What happened in the hundred years between the end of slavery in the United States and Martin Luther King, and the Civil Rights Movement? Like no one really knows what was happening with black Americans. They were just I don’t know being lynched, or something, right?

 

But that’s not true at all. In fact, they were making great progress. And they were building their own communities. And my Nation of Islam friend, that is actually his area of interest. Is learning more about those black communities and trying to bring them back. Old black towns, and stuff like that. And he agrees with me that the era since the civil rights era, has been destructive to the black family, to black communities.

 

Woes: Yes. I mean, it clearly has been. Something that was talked about as an emancipation of, an improvement for the black American, has just been devastating!

 

RadLib: I got to get my favourite phrasing in, was “stalking horse”. Okay, I learnt this from a [word unclear]. Blacks and now LGBT, etc., right, they’re the stalking horse for some other agenda.

 

A stalking horse in hunting is where you hide behind the horse. So that the deer can’t see you, or whatever. So what’s behind the stalking horse? Well, it seems to be coming more, and more, blatant. Some kind of powerful cabal, or something. I don’t know, globalist cabal. What they use as a stalking horse though, we’ll get our anger directed at that stalking horse.

 

But I’ve noticed that the stalking horse doesn’t tend to come out very well, after all said and done, have black Americans benefited from being the cause celebrate of the American social Democrats for a couple decades? I don’t think so. I think their families are falling apart. And it’s a bad situation for American blacks, because of those interventions, you know, supposedly for their own good.

 

Woes: Well, absolutely! And I said similar thing has happened in Britain, as well. We have welfare that was supposed to “save” the White working class, post-industrial decline, has actually devastated them and created, you know, dead-end towns where there’s drugs and violence!

 

RadLib: Yeah.

 

Woes: Gangs, this is the stuff.

 

RadLib: Theodore Dalrymple writes about.

 

Woes: Absolutely! And I was a huge fan of his ten years ago. When I started the channel I did quite a lot of readings of his essays, back in the day. I think it’s more complicated than, I personally think it’s more complicated than he admits. And that would be outside the scope of this.

 

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But I think in a post-industrial society you shouldn’t be surprised that the less intelligent don’t have much to do. And so I think this is one of my gripes with libertarians is that they seem to have a sort of autism about this. Where they think:

 

“Well, the less intelligent should just move to another town! Or learn an new trade! Learn a skill!”

 

It’s really not that simple, especially within the British context. But I think, because of the class system, which frankly is quite oppressive. But also I think the human stock that we’re talking about has less agency, than the American equivalent. So yeah, it’s a complicated situation.

 

But I do think that welfare in the way that it has been administered has been disastrous! Now that’s not to say that that it would always be like that. And also I think that given as I say the way that society is going there probably is going to need to be a welfare system of some kind.

 

But giving people money for nothing, and just stay at home and despair, and vegetate, and whatever, it’s obviously not going to turn out well. You’re going to end up with generations of well very degraded people.

 

RadLib: We have to be thinking long term. I mean, that’s how our forefathers were right.

 

Woes: Yes.

 

RadLib: They were thinking about building in terms of their family, building in terms of their community, building in terms of their buildings, building for the long haul. And these things that are easy like living on the dole, easy in the short term. But is that really going to get you in the direction of where you want your children, and grandchildren, and great grandchildren, to be? Where you want your community to be.

 

So I think that’s an acid test for a lot of this stuff. But where does it point us in the long term, these moves?

 

Woes: And also at the societal levels this is where we’re talking about with sociopaths, and democracy, versus monarchy, and aristocracy. They always think far more long-term than democracy. The politicians are thinking about the next five years. And what bullshit schemes they can come up with to buy the votes of a gullible electorate for this next upcoming election. And who cares about the long term?

 

RadLib: Right.

 

Woes: Again, it’s another argument in favour of some other, …

 

RadLib: Well, this is one of Hoppe’s biggest arguments, is the time preference argument, to use the jargon. That the politician is thinking about the next election, and the monarch, or maybe even better, the Royal Family, has this sort of longer-term view that they don’t want to screw up the deal for their family.

 

Woes: Exactly, exactly. So I think that a society with a more longer term view would implement a welfare system that was less likely to just degrade it’s recipients in the long term!

 

RadLib: Oh. And we had it! We had it. I mean, there’s a book on this, From Mutual Aid to the Welfare State by David Beito. [From Mutual Aid to the Welfare State: Fraternal Societies and Social Services, 1890-1967] And he explains how in the 19th century. And I’m sure this was true in Britain as well. 19th century and before, there were, you know, fraternal organizations. Sometimes it was people who worked in your same industry, sometimes it was a religious, even an ethnic organization. Fellow Catholics, or fellow blacks, you would back each other up in times of trouble, right?

 

But the nature of the these organizations was that they didn’t really want people who were just going to live off of them, right? You were supporting each other, but you were accountable to each other, as well.

 

So that got destroyed by the Welfare State in the late 19th, and then going into the 20th century. But there’s nothing wrong with that model. And we can just quietly go back to it, on our own.

 

Woes: Yeah. I mean, my question about that is I can imagine it paying for the health care of the 19th century. But would it pay for the kind of complex, much more sophisticated, healthcare of today? But then that’s another thing altogether. Obviously yet another huge debate that could be had, and should be had. And I’m not I’ve no doubt will be had, at some point okay.

 

Well, let’s end it there. I don’t think there are any other questions. Let me just do one last check. No. That seems to be it.

 

Okay. So well this has been great. So thank you very much RadLib, of Radical Liberation. People can find your, the link will be there to your channel.

 

[105:26]

 

RadLib: Yeah. I should mention there’s a YouTube channel. I am also on Telegram. Twitter I’ve been mentioning. But I’m also on Telegram. I haven’t been doing as much with it except for announcing my show, which could be useful, But I’m kind of thinking I should start doing more with it, because of the way things are going on Twitter. So yeah, I’m gonna start trying to pay more attention to my Telegram channel.

 

Woes: Yeah PhilosophiCat was saying the same thing to me. Yeah, exactly the same thing to me, just yesterday. So yeah, I think that everyone should. I mean, Telegram really is, … I love it! I don’t want to speak too soon, I might get banned from it tomorrow [laughing]!

 

RadLib: Right. They keep chasing us from one thing to another.

 

Woes: Today at least, I love it. So I would recommend that people get on there. And yeah, I hope you do pursue that. I think it would be helpful. Well, thank you very much for appearing on Millenniyule 2021

 

RadLib: All right! Merry Christmas everyone!

 

Woes: Okay. And i’ll be back tomorrow night hopefully. The reason I haven’t had my webcam on in this stream is my internet seems to be unreliable tonight. That’s the only reason.

 

I’ll be back tomorrow night with another four streams, starting with Ed Dutton, The Jolly Heretic. Then Hildebrand Szillard. And he is from the Edgelord Investor, which is a Telegram channel. And then Jim Goad. And then Chris Dangerfield.

 

So that should be a very mixed, a very varied set there. And I will see you then. And hopefully you’ll see me as well. And thank you for tuning in! Again thank you RadLib. And I’ll see you all later on. Bye bye for now.

 

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@millennialwoes
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Night chaps, lovely stream
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@Zedez
11 days ago
Radical Liberation is such a wonderful man
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
Churchill was just a psychopath drunkard sellout
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@Vingul
11 days ago
I was surprised when reading Oswald Mosley’s autobiography that he had a much more positive view of Churchill’s personal character (despite the extremely divergent political views
). I guess it’s different when you know someone personally, as he did. I’m more inclined to agree with you though.
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@Milu_the_black_dog
11 days ago
I don’t know about psychopath or drunkard…but indeed, he was a sellout….And far worse, he was a sellout to the jewish bankers who organized both WW, both communist takeovers and the destruction of the west…However, if you start analizing it…you will realize that’s been the case with EVERY political figure on the west for the last hundreds of years (they were all sellouts), so he is absolutely no special in that department…He just got lucky to be their puppet who received all credit during WW2 (same as Roosevelt)…In any case, I’m glad they are removing his statues..
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@Zedez
11 days ago
RL is a stand-up lad. This was a great stream for me because I was not aware of his entire history. Bless him and his family.
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@Zedez
11 days ago
RL is such lovely man.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
if you think Radlib is cool now. Wait till you hear his takes on Lincoln and the American civil war 😈
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@lagud
11 days ago
Top bloke….
His Christianity shines through.
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@actual_physical_kelp
6 days ago
Based and christpilled
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@skepticalwaves
11 days ago
How the American Empire happened:

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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
Thanks RadLib
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@NothinginParticular
11 days ago
Rad Liberation is a wise man
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@notsure
11 days ago
Learnt so much from RadLib over the last few years, a genuine treasure
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
This comment was slimed to death.
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@Jobu
10 days ago
Radical Liberation & Morgoth stream when? What’s the hold up?
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
Night all
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
RadLib on Telegram:
https://t.me/RadicalLiberation
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
Bow tie Chadistan, you mean.
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
@RawBiome
it’s a little different because it wasn’t like whites were doing a lot of opiods and into porn before the modern proliferation of same, whereas blacks were genetically predisposed to this behavior, and were engaging in it previously
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
yes, they have impregnated 500,000 White women and raped 30,000 a year for 30 years!!!
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
Let them have their Liberia
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@sam
11 days ago
@RawBiome
A lot of instinctive right-wingers express some sentiment equivalent to “I just want to be left alone – if they stopped pushing racism then it wouldn’t be a problem”. I reply that you have to accept they will not leave you alone or stop. Now what?
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@ArcadeFate65
11 days ago
“I just want to be left alone” is weak framing and also libtarded individualism.
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@TheCourseofEmpire
11 days ago
Yep, they will NEVER leave you alone. I’m finding some of my lolbertarian associates are starting to realize this. How many will really abandon their views
versus just going back to sleep and hoping it all goes away is still to be seen.
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
They’re all socialpaths, probably psychopaths too
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@Santa
11 days ago
Psychos natrually rise to the top, because that’s what it takes
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@ArcadeFate65
11 days ago
The system has been actively selecting for weak/conformist/deviants, the worst of people, for decades and it shows.
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@Frenjamin
10 days ago
wrong aristocrats and capatalists are very different
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
What the transhumanists don’t realise that after the game, the King & the Pawn go into the same box.
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
the french used to all speak different languages until like 1800 when they forced them to all speak the same language
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@TheCourseofEmpire
11 days ago
More so in the late 1800s when state schools were more fully brought in and they systematized education, including language, so that everyone followed the Parisian dialect more. They did the same thing in Italy and other countries as homogeneity became the norm.
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
@DustyThyme
exactly. you reach a point where jew stuff is just self evident, and you dont have to keep mentioning it
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
They’ve started the predictive programming of smallpox a couple months ago.
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@NoChance
8 days ago
Probably one of the most likeable guys about
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@AnteWatcher
9 days ago
Hail to the King of the Moon.
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@M3t4phYzX
10 days ago
Great stuff, indeed.
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@kroninn
11 days ago
Kamala Harris is completely psycho. she is worse than Hillary.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
It was a great show.
@millennialwoes
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@SkadiWarrior
11 days ago
Cheers, great stream.
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
no welfare for blacks. Africa used to be 100,000,000 in 1900. by the end of this century there will be 4 BILLION all because of Intervention.
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@Hominid.Ape
11 days ago
idc if they just carve out a little ethnostate here in North America, just leave me alone ffs
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@sam
11 days ago
“Calamity Karen, which swept the Oscars this year, tells the story of a racisss yt frontierswoman who calls the sheriff on a small town black dentist. 5 stars!”
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
My old man was a television engineer.. we had outhouses full of the damn boxes
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Public have been subject to applied behavioural psychology for decades now, to make them fearful and compliant. UK Column, the independent British news channel, have been really good at examining this.
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@Xtatik
8 days ago
Muhammad Ali when he was in the NOI went to a Klan rally
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@KrisMa
10 days ago
It’s a fine age for America-haters!
Overdue!
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@CaesarBennett
10 days ago
Great talk!
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@mrsjustinebrown
10 days ago
At first it was hard to make sense of the lockdowns because we were used to thinking of our governments as guided by the bottom line. Then we saw all the wealth being transferred from small business to corporations like Amazon. Even more, we saw everyone forced online and into the safety/security zone of vaccine passports— and the reasons become more clear.
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@sorearm
10 days ago
great stream, caught you on AA quite a few times
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@mrsjustinebrown
10 days ago
Great stream… can’t help missing the point and being pedantic about the Square Mile though. Westminster isn’t in it. The Square Mile, or City of London, is the financial district. But yes, America is vast and mentally absorbing.
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@TheCourseofEmpire
11 days ago
This is one of the things I love about Millenniyule: I learn about people I’d never heard of before. I really like this guy and am now following him. Millenniyule forever! 🙂
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@NiceCat
11 days ago
Pretty sure Kirkcudbright is pronounced Cur coo brie, with the emphasis on the coo
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@perfidious
11 days ago
Rad Lib’s Not so Wild West Stream was fantastic
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@Chris
11 days ago
@millennialwoes
Did he mean Kirkcudbright?
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@Myaname
11 days ago
Genuine
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@ItsOkToBeANationalist
11 days ago
I really think rad lib should change his pseudonym. I used to see him on AA’s channel and instantly switch it off, now I’ve heard his story I’ve subbed to his channel.
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@WMSTEOOPAAFFWC
11 days ago
I wonder has he read Colin Flaherty…
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@Arnorian
11 days ago
g’night Woes
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Later, bois!
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@millennialwoes
11 days ago
NFT:
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Schedyule:
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
Sleep well Colin
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
DUTTON! :partying:
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Thank you!
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@sam
11 days ago
Merry Christmas, RadLib and all!
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Merry Xmas
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
👏 RadLib! 👏
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
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@BeauSauvage
11 days ago
many thanks woes
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
Thank you, merry Christmas!
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
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@BeauSauvage
11 days ago
merry christmas!
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
@Rai
paultards
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Radical Liberation on YT:
https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalLiberation
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
telegram is mobile phone only though innit
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
happy farming
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Thanks Gents!
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
14, friend. o7
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
I know brother 😛
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
sounds rad.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
I’m American. I’m just referencing a meme.
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
My Man!
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Many North FC towns are getting along very nicely in their homogenous societies thank you very much.. they’re just no longer allowed to dig coal
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
welfare should be tied to cleaning up the streets or something, all our towns look horrid these days anyway
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@Chabbor
Arigatou
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
norf fc*
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
time preference.
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
good old bill ding
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
North FC 😆
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
it’s time they get put out to Rez.
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
@RawBiome
they might have had more intact families, but jared taylor has talked about this, they were always prone to this behavior, welfare just amplified what was already there
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@BeauSauvage
11 days ago
high T + low Q = dindustan
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
boot camp is a net positive for everyone
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
They need boot camps
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Have them join the military? :thinking:
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@baneofcrenshaw
👌
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@Thecryptochick
11 days ago
Bad reception?
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
the interventions are pointless, but they aren’t the reason blacks have broken families, they have broken families because they’re blacks
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@NotoriousMIC
TWINS! 😆
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
trojanhorse, baby
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
a certain Eastern European tribe of thieves
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
Lmao. Tolkien pilled
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
Tolkien-pilled 👌
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
blacks families were always broken, they are r selected, they aren’t about high investment parenting, wrong ecology, wrong genes
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Who could that be? :thinking:
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
ORCS LED BY SARUMAN
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
A client group
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
(((agenda)))
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@baneofcrenshaw
11 days ago
40 acres and a watermelon
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
The “elites “ are literal FREAKZ!!☠️
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@InvokePrejudice
11 days ago
lol
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
Gimme the Yankee! I just wanna talk I swear
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
based 2.0
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
… Jazz?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
👏
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
natural allies
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Radical Liberation:
https://www.radicalliberation.com/
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
black muslims make me keke considering how the Arabs treated their black slaves
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@RawBiome
And only one walks out. 😎
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
They’d be better in Liberia!
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
very COZY, Gents!
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Full schedyule:
https://www.millennialwoes.com/millenniyule?y=2021
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Good stream chaps
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
God bless you
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Decentralization? Have you been paying attention!
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
and everyone returns to Christ!
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
heck! TOWNS RIGHTS!
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
its a slow squeeze
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@Hominid.Ape
11 days ago
The Eternal Yankee never relents…
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
facts
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
STATES RIGHTS!
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
I swear every counsellor is gay
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
self-governance FTW
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
no questions necessary
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@MajesticCasual
11 days ago
lOl
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@SkadiWarrior
11 days ago
Rad Lib. Brilliant as usual. Love his work.
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@sam
11 days ago
Minister to the e-girls
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
RadLib, King of the Moon!
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Swell guy
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
@Chabbor
ah school lol
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
flawless Basicitudity!
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
ChadLib is pretty cool
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
brilliant guest!
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
hahaha
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
St.Paul always has the zingers
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@DienekesGhost
11 days ago
lol exactly
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Based
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
👏
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
@Zeffer5
lucky you they tried to give me a counsellor lmao was a funny meeting, the one I went to
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Wow
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
@RawBiome
Hes a role model!
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@millennialwoes
11 days ago
https://www.millennialwoes.com/crypto
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
Don’t forget to say ‘It means so much’
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
I’m such a degenerate compared to this guy. put me on The Wall
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
@Chabbor
I was lucky the secertaries were careless. they locked them up after that lol
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
get a nice cheap falling apart cottage in yorkshire, plenty around
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
I rebelled in the 3rd grade, never allowed the programming to take effect.
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11 days ago
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
@Zeffer5
sounds nice
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
me too. me too
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@Hominid.Ape
11 days ago
My family hates Lincoln now lol
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
@Hominid.Ape
😀
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@DienekesGhost
11 days ago
it’s everything really
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
@Chabbor
better then me. i stole some attendance slips and got away with skipping as many days as I wanted sithout them actually recording my absence lol
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@Hominid.Ape
11 days ago
@NotoriousMIC
yes, those streams were fantastic. Blew my Dad’s mind when I showed him.
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
@Zeffer5
I had an attendance rate of 80% one year lol
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
I had nuns
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Radical Liberation on YT:
https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalLiberation
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@raison_d_etre
lol
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
In regular school I got really good at finding ways to skip being in school lol
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
modern schooling crushes people of all intelligence levels
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@DienekesGhost
11 days ago
This guy is great!
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
ME TOO!
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
@motardpdx
don’t forget ROOTS!!!!!🙄
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@motardpdx
Ah, so they’re watching Fiction movies. Or is it Fantasy? :thinking:
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@Hominid.Ape
11 days ago
$10.00
Actually I did think of a question: RadLib, what do you see in store for the US by the end of the century? Do you think it will even still exist?
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Chadlib has 8 super genius children 😆
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@sam
11 days ago
Homeschooling increasing in the UK: see Zoe Willis on the Delingpod who I believe is doing it in the UK.
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@raison_d_etre
yeah, Holocaust movies 24/7
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
@Chabbor
I bet. I am glad it states that we have a right to homeschool in Canada. it’s b.s. that they say the government has to approve you
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
haha that’s a very good point
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
homeschooling streams are superb coming from someone who was homeschooled
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
just play movies for the kids education, just like our schools did
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Shudda got a classic edu from Homer
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@DienekesGhost
11 days ago
absolutely. there is no other choice
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
dude..you guys should follow Radlib. Hes a wholesome God fearing man.
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
homeschooling is hard in the UK IIRC the government doesnt let you be
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
It is some work, we have our moments but I really enjoy it. i wish i was homeschooled
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@Santa
11 days ago
@sunnyjim533
was it the school Christmas tree in the lobby?
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@DienekesGhost
11 days ago
I like this good find Woes
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
I got caned on my first day at junior school for swinging on a treee branch
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Me too
@zeff
You just need the commitment and determination to make it work.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
But you miss it when it is gone … 😥
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
Absolutely 😊
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
Trad women good for the movement, plus Cat take notes.
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
some ways to support Millenniyule:
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@Zeffer5
11 days ago
I homeschool. It’s great
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@NotoriousMIC
Ah, hello there fren! Lovely to see you.
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@DienekesGhost
11 days ago
work your ass off for this life
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Control yourself man
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@Santa
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
don’t make Lady break out the spray bottle
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
Lebensraum
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@ItsAllSoTiresom
… will try to resist …
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
You’re a true denizen of light! I’m hoping to move in more positive directions myself this coming year. I’m not sure what the future will bring, but I have some very good friends who’re ready to fight.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
Its me the Skelley-Priest btw 😈
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
simping strictly disallowed
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
DoA is lovely.
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@DienekesGhost
11 days ago
Interesting fella
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@sam
:rock: 😆
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Yes, Mrs RadLib would be a wonderful Women’s Hour guest.
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@GC
11 days ago
10 on 1100 sq ft?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@ItsAllSoTiresom
DOA mentioned**simping triggered
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
Ì despise being in earshot of a fucking tele 📺
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@sam
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Radical Weeberation?
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
maybe Mrs.Radlib will be on womens hour.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
They are demons, trying to jab our children behind our backs…we are up against pure evil here.
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
would love a DoA+Mrs Radlib stream
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@RawBiome
Exactly, through Covid I have found real friends and kindred spirits.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
“Anime only in this household!”
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
have Mrs RadLib on Millenniyule
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
I’m in awe of her, such a capable lady.
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@Santa
11 days ago
That was in Cali
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
based BASED BASED!!!!!?
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Mrs RadLib is a lovely lady.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Mrs.Lib is a proper women.
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
you know the genes are good when you dont need a hospital
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
Absolutely, there are homeschooling communities online here, lots of tutors who have lost their jobs due to the mandates who are providing services. Whole new economy is opening up.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Chad wife.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
facts
@AshenDuke
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
They are making it harder for us to homeschool now, more bureaucratic hoops to jump through, all for ‘safety’. We have to stand strong and protect our children.
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@sam
11 days ago
And we are the bug
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@Hominid.Ape
… Stardust? :thinking:
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
WOES you promised, never again.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
nice
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@rakefire
11 days ago
protocols of zion
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@Hominid.Ape
11 days ago
$10.00
Just wanted to send you some money for this Millenniyule. I regret that I never actually watched your channel until now after you’ve been booted from youtube, but I’ve been enjoying these streams so far and you’ve already introduced me to so many great new channels. Thank you.
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
NOT the twitter ban again….
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
We have transient kings
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@Santa
😍
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@Santa
11 days ago
This is why they operate with impunity
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@sam
11 days ago
Sultan Hoppe the Magnificent
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@Santa
11 days ago
they have all the authority, none of the accountablility
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Hoppe
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@millennialwoes
11 days ago
Hans-Hermann Hapa.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
democracy do be cringe
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@Santa
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
that was the never-completed Death Wish: Iceman Cometh
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Radical Liberation:
https://www.radicalliberation.com/
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
bad*
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
a bid king is for life a bad government is forever
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@Santa
Movie Voice-Over: “This year … it’s about Justice!”
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@Santa
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Ho-ho-hell yeah! I’ll call my buddy, Mr. Abominable
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
kamala is just a brown hillary
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@Santa
11 days ago
It’s no coincidence the authoritarians all look crazed
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@motardpdx
There is a worrying movement within the transhumanists to cure the ails of aging. IF they figure out how to play god with mortality, us average peons are fucked
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@GC
😆
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@Santa
11 days ago
Morals are a handicap
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
or unblackmailable
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
unbribable people dont make it far in politics
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@GC
11 days ago
Because I need more advice from Jewish economists
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@sam
11 days ago
Can the right often not acknowledge the degree to which the left hate them because if they did, they might have to reciprocate? And they are often good people who don’t yearn for that.
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
0buma did more damage to the world than any other leader, continues to this day
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
PureBlood
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
They hate us.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Hillbillies are Based.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Exactly. There are a hardcore group of us now, who won’t be comprised. We’ll carry on.
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
Londonistan will rise again✊🏻
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Based wife 👏
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
Tsarist Russia was better for the peasants
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
So long as there is life, there is hope.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Australia is lost.
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@Santa
11 days ago
Nothing but contempt and malice emanates from them.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Melbourne CBD is full of empty units – this used to be the world’s most liveable city. Now people are leaving this State in their thousands – that’s a lot for Australia
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
a xenomorph
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
with more lockdowns we will start seeing lone wolves attacking government apparatus like CNN MSNPC etc.
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
but will the box be solid pine or solid gold? Does it matter?
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
the one in New Zealand has a mouth like Alien
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@sam
11 days ago
Line go up… you go down.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Lol!!
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
We must not allow a mineshaft gap! 😆
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Sellers was genius in that film.
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
some ways to support Millenniyule:
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Shouldnt a great charismatic leader be rising from this cufuffle?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Great movie! 🙂
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@sam
Divisions, clashing forces; mother and father, the child and parent, the intellectual and the philistine, the appearance of things and their true nature…JQ?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
😍
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@sam
11 days ago
Squid and the Whale
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Conversion under a full moon no doubt!
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@RawBiome
agree
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
churchill wanted to keep britain white dont forget
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@riley1805
11 days ago
(((churchill)))
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
He will be the one to convert (((them))) …
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
yes
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
(((powers)))
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
In a just world someone like RadLib would be a revered leader
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Churchill was a shit tank too
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@RawBiome
I see the similarity now…
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
hit the like🔥🔥🔥
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@sam
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
“while the worst are full of passionate intensity” is the line that used to keep coming to mind.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
👏
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
Theodore Roosevelt, Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill and Fred Astaire wore bow ties
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@sam
“What rough beast shambles towards Bethlehem”?
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
@@GC Not even Bill Nye? XD
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@sam
11 days ago
Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Less
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
Chuck Palniuk
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@GC
11 days ago
Don’t ever trust someone with a bow tie
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
@Chabbor
lol
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
lol@chabor
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@BeauSauvage
11 days ago
yeats second coming
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
The ‘zombie parliament’
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
that reminds me of one of the peasant rebellions where they sent their leader to meet with the king and then the kings advisors just beheaded him and the peasants waddled off home
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
justice?no more immigrants?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@lbryguy234
Congrats!
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@lbryguy234
11 days ago
finally caught one live
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
Sargon…
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@sam
11 days ago
bathrobe + bowtie
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
CONVERT THE JEWS! 😆
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
lol
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
Lord technology
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@RowHouse
It’s very late at night where Woes is, he’s got his PJ’s on.
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@RowHouse
he got a nasty cold sore?
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@RowHouse
11 days ago
oh haha
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@RowHouse
11 days ago
i just arrived so if he said at beginning I missed it
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
pants are in the washer, perhaps
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@RowHouse
11 days ago
no video?
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@RowHouse
11 days ago
why is Millenial audio only?
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@sam
11 days ago
Brits got outraged over things like the Black Hole of Calcutta, the Mahdi, Spion Kop etc?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Taiwan Numba WON!
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
we all know
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
he know about the Jewish elites. chillout dudes
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Agreed
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
we’re all injuns now, they’re using the same ‘Full Spectrum Dominance’ against us.
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@MajesticCasual
11 days ago
^^^
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
Look up Larry Silverstein\
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Yes!
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
They beat the injuns
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@MajesticCasual
11 days ago
RADLiB, PLEASE DUCKDUCKGO …::: DANCiNG iSRAELiS :::…
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
zog media
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
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https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
who is they??
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
FED!!!!
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
it was the Holy Spirit!
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Radical Liberation on YT:
https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalLiberation
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
these are good points re:tv
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Absolutely. A little scare like that wakes you up again. Don’t waste a day.
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@trollingstones
11 days ago
Oy Vey
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Cowpokes
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@BlackwaterPark
Every day above the ground is a good one.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
i mean. I am
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
I think I’m pretty recovered. I did have pneumonia so it was scary there for a week or so. That’s hard to get over.
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@napalm
11 days ago
my neighbors are black tho
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
a lot of people are also raping & robbing
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
That’s a good point. I’m on Telegram a lot, and it is easy to become over-saturated in this stuff.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@BlackwaterPark
Oh? I hope you’re doing better. No long-haul syndrome or anything.
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@sam
11 days ago
Office Space, destroy the printer.
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
The fear is pretty strong right now too. I actually just got over Covid last week.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
took it outback and gave it the old yeller
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
alright fam I’m out, maybe catch you tomorrow
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@trollingstones
11 days ago
Fed posting Jewish operative.
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
LOL
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
LOIL
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
BASED!!!
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
I was in the hospitals during the pandemic. The fear was palpable. I was in some of the epicenters.
@millennialwoes
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
I don’t watch it either, but I check the BBC website out of habit. Twitter and various other forms of social media are just as bad as they echo the MSM
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@sam
11 days ago
World ending problem pushed. One solution offered. (Except of course when it comes to real problems and real solutions)
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
@motardpdx
yes, you can post it here and he will see it
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
produces its own supply of racism and antisemitism
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
Totally. I never watch any msm here, it’s all constant propoganda. Have to protect ourselves from it.
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
yeah, and I was playing nice too.
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@shady.jesus
11 days ago
bogey man or boogie man?
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
heh
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
the media’s purpose is to drive you insane
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@ShlomoGoldstein
Totally.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Exactly. If no one had given this damn virus a name two years’a go, no one would have noticed the damn thing…they would have said it was a bad flu season.
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@SecretSquid
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
yeah i was really disappointed as well
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
woman moment lol
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
I’m considering unplugging completely come 2022
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Cat’s interview was horrible … “what even is ‘white’ ? ” … 😞
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@sam
11 days ago
Did RadLib say how he hasn’t watched TV for 30 years or something?
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@trollingstones
11 days ago
This guy is Jewish
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
i like how woes says Amish
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
So true
@AshenDuke
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
@grungemuffin
can you ask Woes a question for us?
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
Once you uplug from Corporate MSM for a year watching it again makes you want to vomit.
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
👍🏼
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
technique
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
I still flicker through the BBC website just to see what’s going on… wall to wall misinformation these days
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Biased Broadcasting Corporation.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
ELLUL! 👏 👏
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
@BlackwaterPark
i hope Woes asks him that question.
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Double handed weapons plus 2 strength
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
Christianity is a roadblock to racial consciousness
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@bob
11 days ago
I’ve never seen a jew wear a bow-tie
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
Zealots cant be beaten ex. taliban
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
They are zealous. Trans is a death cult.
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@trollingstones
11 days ago
He just looks Jewish.
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@SomeonesNan
11 days ago
Zealots are immune to fear in Warhammer
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@raison_d_etre
His Christianity maybe forces him to be blind to that.
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@sam
11 days ago
Zealoutry for justice is no vice
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@Psellz_wewuz
Totally agree. The police in the UK are totally corrupted by ‘Common Purpose’ – all this ‘diversity is our strength’ agenda. South Yorkshire police have a terrible reputation.
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@trollingstones
11 days ago
He passed as Jewish if nothing else.
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
BASED
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@Vlady
11 days ago
Celts and Meds have curly hair
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
hes not a jew you retards
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
unfuckingreal, they need to pull a Michael Caine like in Get Carter
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
He truly is “ChadLib” 😎
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
curly jew hair
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
40 percent jwewish school? you have to be more specific
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@trollingstones
11 days ago
the hair, the nose, you come across as Jewish.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Based
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
gay police
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
It’s about as vigilante as we can get in this liberal hellscape
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
I’ve learned 50% of my politics from him.
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
in-group preference is a real thing in the world…. deal with it.
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@sam
11 days ago
RadLib is a good and decent man.
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
mike enoch is fat
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@Psellz_wewuz
when the fathers tried to intervene, they were often arrested and charged. I know for fact of a dad going to a house to get his daughter out, and the Paki’s there calling the police on him. Police won’t act due to ‘cultural sensitivities’…
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Mike Enoch is great. I wish I saw him on more streams.
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
true
@BlackwaterPark
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@Vlady
11 days ago
Are british politions pedos like in the US?
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
The ones who were suspected round my area had their windows smashed out and were driven out of town
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
Strike & Mike is the best show on TRS, no contest
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
full schedyule:
https://www.millennialwoes.com/millenniyule?y=2021
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
14
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Because if we don’t care about them, who the hell will?
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
where are their fathers ffs?
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
theres no social brownie points
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@popovacianen
TRS showed me just how big the JQ is for sure. Strike&Mike talk about it constantly.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Radlib so wholesome
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
Kroegan and Morgoth o/
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Exactly, these are white children being trafficked across the north of England. It is still going on.
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
Morgoth is more chill AK can be a bit much sometimes
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
weren’t guud Xstian’s, typical Abrahamic brainwashing 😒
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
therightstuff.biz woke me to jq 🙂
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
to support Millenniyule:
https://www.millennialwoes.com/donate
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Kroegan and Morgoth are both great with “the Question”.
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Car Manufacturer for me
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@motardpdx
It’s been a few years. I’ve honestly forgotten how I learned about it.
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@sam
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
perhaps I didn’t follow closely, but I was introduced to MW by Sargon. I’m sure Sargon was positive about MW’s Rotherham series and linked to it.
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
American krogan woke me up to the JQ
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
A SY police officer told me that when the rapists were interrogated, they said the young girls were “not good Christians” so it was alright to rape them.
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
Damn right they would be
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
the flip side is we don’t value our women and our culture is debased
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
They’re purposely targeting vunerable young white girls who they see as whores.. in any righteous society they would have been lynched
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
MW was my gateway into the JQ
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
remember the ‘muslamic ray guns’ meme? that was a guy trying to talk about the rape gangs and the media relentlessly mocked him
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@sam
Yeah, that’s Sargoy for you. Not a bad person, but a horrible liar about anyone to his right …
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
it does to the Pakis, I can assure you
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
I lived down the road from where one of these operated, when I lived in Yorkshire. They targeted a girl as young as 12. Totally anti-white activity
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@sam
11 days ago
I learned about it through MW (via Sargon). After watching a few videos in the series, I was scared off for a year because I was conditioned to reject people who spoke like MW.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
😄
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Rape gangs – tell it like it is.
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
fart jokes are funny…
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@motardpdx
You really can’t be in the circles and not get informed about it.
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Seething
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
Joint best – all must have prizes in the new world order.
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
going off on the jq all the time is alot like kids who cant stop laughing at fart jokes
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
lol
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
\o
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Oi!
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
is he feeling the JQ yet?
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Morgoth is the best.
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
o7 Morgoth
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
NO
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
AA crypto jew?
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Radical Liberation on YT:
https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalLiberation
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@MajesticCasual
11 days ago
Many Americans know and love geography. Unfortunately just many much more don’t know or care about what’s going on outside their county or state
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
WOOO! MORGOTH!!! 👏
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Special prices just for you
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
AA is one hell of a carpet seller
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
That AA name drop
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
jewish Israeli’s did 9/11.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Antifa Spiteful Mutants.
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
Isaccson is the human giraffe.
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@sam
11 days ago
Antifa Giraffe
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
dancing israelis
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
I dunno. I did 5 deployments all over the world. im pretty good at geography.
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@ShlomoGoldstein
Good question. Did he know Mossad wanted to pull the US into wars in the ME?
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
He thinks mad Arabs did 9/11 🤨
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@sam
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
“For you” – I’m talking about the Soy America Mocker, not the based GAE Despiser.
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
GiggaChad!
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Australia was still alright back then…
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@motardpdx
11 days ago
I’m feeling this guy….
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Radlib has a basketball team
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@Vlady
11 days ago
Am I the only American that knows geography?
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@Vingul
11 days ago
Been looking forward to seeing and hearing these guys interact, wish Woes was on cam too
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
does he know (((who))) really did 9/11
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
lol, good move
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Wow…
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@sam
You’re right, as the average Brit to point to Serbia on a map
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
ok so what is this guy’s channel about?
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@sam
Valid point, the average Brit is just as thick
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Easily Sam, lol
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
Takes one to know one! Swish
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Ah bless you. It’s the truth.
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@sam
11 days ago
If a European mocks supposed American ignorance, ask them how much they know about the 20 countries that are closest to them in Europe: their geography, their cities, their history, their politics.
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
theres nowhere in England where you cant reach civilisation within a 12hour walk
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@Sirius.Luminus
11 days ago
Then they could just leave the rest of the world alone…
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@AA
as an American I’m insulted yet agree
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
oi! Ill have no guff from the provincials
@AcademicAgent
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
Land of FreeDumb
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Truth is, Woes, they can’t be arsed finding out…
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
:smiling_face_with_three_hearts:
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Americans are just stupid
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Don’t try to be kind to the thickos Woes!
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
you can drive through Benelux in 5 hours
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@millennialwoes
Yes, very true!
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
WW2 US Army videos described the english as being packed like sardines and the population then was 20 million lower than now
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
imagine thinking there is anything outside the Empire 😆
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Yes but you are a man of sophistication…not all Americans even bother leaving America.
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
I’ve seen the videos of random American peeps been given geography questions… my god
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@NotoriousMIC
11 days ago
Thats just the colonies.
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
American’s couldn’t even point to the rest of the world on a map
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Speak for yourself! I know all about Japan and Korea. 😄
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@Brutusch
11 days ago
:illuminati_1: :illuminati_1: :illuminati_1: :illuminati_1: :illuminati_1: :illuminati_1:
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
🙂
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
FED CONFIRMED 😆
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
“It’s all just a racket for the Jews” – Livia Soprano.
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@popovacianen
oops forgot, just liked bro
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
HIT LIKE 🙂
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@BlackwaterPark
was nu metal a Jew psyop?
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@Brutusch
11 days ago
:space_chad:
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
Was 9/11 the ultimate smokescreen?
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@thoukudides
11 days ago
the first attack in the early 90s was a bit of a giveaway.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@sam
LOL
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@sam
11 days ago
Predict or planned? RadLib has fingers in many pies!
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@Brutusch
11 days ago
:illuminati_1:
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
get those prison slaves # up
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
lol
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
It is
@SkadiWarrior
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
yea
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
🙀
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@simmons6319.2
So was White metal musuic.
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@SkadiWarrior
11 days ago
Eve/morning. Great to see Rad Lib here.
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
blaq rape music was Weaponized by the jew. fact
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
He called (((them))) out on it.
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
Radical Liberation:
https://www.radicalliberation.com/
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Based
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
Rapper’s Delight is the only good rap song.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
gangster rape music 🎼 🤨 wonder who thought that genre up
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Melle Mel
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@TheGrettaresetta
Indeed, it’s a bit overcast in Melbourne today, but it’s been nice lately – was a long, grim winter for sure.
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@Vingul
lol Varg posting
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
why is this guy a guest?😅
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@SecretSquid
11 days ago
grandmaster flash methinks
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@riley1805
11 days ago
whites always want to help in good faith and the blacks just take advantage and continue to hate
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@TheGrettaresetta
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
I’m calling a small win. 😉
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
Grandmaster Flash
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
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@treehouseavl
11 days ago
Grandmaster Flash
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@Vlady
11 days ago
@Psellz_wewuz
That happens every day in Chicago
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@TheGrettaresetta
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
For once UK politics is actually worse than ours…..and the sun is out for a change.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
nice
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
Lol have many friends from STL and E STL is widely mocked as a shithole
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@Swik
11 days ago
black middle class brings in the gang bangers
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@Vingul
11 days ago
Black metal class?!?
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@TheGrettaresetta
Lovely to see you. This stream is at a good time for us in the gulag.
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
blegs will get all the free meals/gibs they can get from Xstian’s
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
is there?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
They still hate Whites, though …
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
if you feed a black, his son will knock up your daughter and kill your wife & beat up your son. DUMB MOVE
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
lol
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
how do i reach these kieeeds
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@TheGrettaresetta
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
Hi there fellow inmate! 👋👋
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
“Diversity” ruins beautiful suburbs … 😥
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
where is woes’ face?
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
they want white godparents for the gibs
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Yup
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@DustyThyme
11 days ago
blacc pepo
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@sam
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
precisely.
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@riley1805
so true
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Don’t both with 🐵 s …
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Totally agree
@riley1805
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
he’s an Xstian, not ray cyst
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@riley1805
11 days ago
inner city blacks seem like a totally lost cause and another case of no good deed goes unpunished
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
RadLIb as Michelle Pfieffer
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@sam
11 days ago
Someone has to mention the film: “Dangerous Minds”
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@AA
LMAO
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@TheGrettaresetta
11 days ago
“Raidlib shadow legends”
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@Swik
11 days ago
new Quashee lingo just dropped
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
=/ very beautiful
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
Based.
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@Vingul
that song came on in the supermarket the other day here, I burst into floods of tears…
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
When Rad Lib was in the ghetto, he was held aloft like C3PO among the Ewoks
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
let him talk ffs
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
🐒 🔥 🐒 🔥 🐒 🔥
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
burn dis bitch down!
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@Psellz_wewuz
lmao
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@riley1805
11 days ago
AAA needs 7 more siblings
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
tyrone fears the bowtie
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
everybodys favorite neighbor
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Missing AAA as I’ve been at the lodge since Sunday night
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Mrs RadLib is an incredible lady. Seen her on a couple of live-streams they did together.
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
yes indeed. i recently re-watched Watership Down — has “Bright Eyes” by Garfunkel
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@sunnyjim533
11 days ago
RadLib thought he’d just be selling Windows ’95 all his life
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@Nw16613
11 days ago
How do you handle so many children? Two are hard enough work
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
whoooooops🥴
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
@raison_d_etre
no worries 🙂
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
Lol
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Babies are the best thing ever.
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
thats why hes smiling ear to ear
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@SecretSquid
11 days ago
TWINGERS
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
congrats
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
BASED!!!!!!!!!!
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Beautiful family.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
😍
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
based
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
thanks
@grungemuffin
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
busy man hahaha
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
8 white babies BASED
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@SecretSquid
11 days ago
omg jealous. i want gingers
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
😆
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
maybe rape?
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
Indeed, if all his kids have 8 children and they all have 8 children, it’s done.
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
:rofl:
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
wow very good
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@SecretSquid
11 days ago
holy smokes
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
groyp not grape
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
woah
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
MW’s HNH speech:
https://odysee.com/@millennialwoes:4/hatehopeandcharity:3?r=2qrxmmiTjHazK3bfHhC7XhAq9u2RB3pQ
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
$5.00
RadLib is the Hero who shall personally lead the repopulation of the West. o7
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@Vingul
Love Simon and Garfunkel. Simon is a fantastic song-writer. Got to love ’em.
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
for no reason at all
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
booo for jews i say boooo ;(
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
anyone who is opposed to jews ever has an irrational hate for them, of course
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
David Cole is a guud writer
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@raison_d_etre
11 days ago
what video is MW referring to?
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
wow, didn’t see your comment before posting but I also said best Jews about S&G to a friend not long ago. great duo
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
aloooo
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
Ivane kralju
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@Swik
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
the best jew is converted
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@BlackwaterPark
Oh yes, forgot about them.
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@BlackwaterPark
👃
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
David Cole
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@Nw16613
11 days ago
Most recent curb your enthusiasm season was terrible though… Black pilled on the LD Q
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@popovacianen
11 days ago
i dont like jews like at all ;(
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
Larry David promotes degeneracy tho, agree with AA re Gottfried
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@shady.jesus
11 days ago
Lmao
@AcademicAgent
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
The best J*w is underground. 😆
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
Ron Thal and Jordan Rudess are a couple of the best rock musicians in the world.
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
Professor Finklestein 👌🏻
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
The best jew is Gottfried
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@Vingul
11 days ago
Larry David is best jew probably
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Simon and Garfunkel are my favourite Jews, and Larry David of course. I liked Jackie Mason, but he died earlier this year.
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@BlackwaterPark
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
He’s watched a few episodes of Seinfeld.
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
we need to get EMJ’s take on Jews for Jesus
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Mises crew are pretty successionist are filled with confederate types
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
Do you mean your “friends” Larry David & Bob Dylan?
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
i support israel…………..with my tax dollars
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
Can’t say the same for me…oh well…
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
I love the nation of Israel
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@Psellz_wewuz
based nynorsk respecter
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AcademicAgent
:rofl:
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@AcademicAgent
11 days ago
Some of my best friends are Jews
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@MajesticCasual
11 days ago
Yeah, besically the inverse of what it is now
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@ItsAllSoTiresom
11 days ago
Needed more of these missionaries in 1948 Brooklyn lol
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Keith Woods: “Live long enough next to the Jews and you all become Palestine.” 🍀
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@Vingul
Psellz is my name in nynorsk LOL
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@Saint_Basil
11 days ago
Orthodoxy is the answer
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
good goy
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@AshenDuke
Totally!
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Rothschilds are hugely infuential in Britain.
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@agoyontheinternet
11 days ago
so a shabbos goy..?
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@Brutusch
11 days ago
But who’s buying
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@Psellz_wewuz
epic
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@ALABAMAHOTPOCKETS
11 days ago
lol sigh of relief
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
sounds pretty damn based tbh
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@Chabbor
😆
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
Pepe Sells
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
well out politicians apparently know a lot about Jews juding by how often they wear the small hats
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@Psellz_wewuz
hey man, do I know you by another name on youtube?
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Lucky British, then …
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
(((AMERICA))) 😥
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
For questions/superchats, including via crypto:
https://entropystream.live/app/mw
https://cointr.ee/millennialwoes
Reply

@Saint_Basil
11 days ago
This is cringe so far
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
paul was a jew
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@Vingul
11 days ago
Kirkby, basically “Churchtown” in (Old) Norwegian
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@Saint_Basil
11 days ago
Yeah, those Jews who agree with the new covenant but also want to cling to the old one.
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@Nw16613
11 days ago
?
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
milngavie pronounced milnguy lol
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@Nw16613
11 days ago
Kirkby
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Carson is a good Scots name, lots of Carsons in Ulster
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
@Vingul
sup bro
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
Milngavie is one of the most annoying trap names in Scotland for nonlocals
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
😄
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@Vingul
11 days ago
@LadyofShalott
good to see you here 🙂
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@grungemuffin
11 days ago
pls like & share the stream!🔥
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@thoukudides
11 days ago
my favourite type of Jews
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
I know!!
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@simmons6319.2
11 days ago
KKK
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
strange but kinda based
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
BASED
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@Saint_Basil
11 days ago
The old time belief of liberalism. lol
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
@contrapposto
Lovely to see you
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Based. Converting the J*ws. 😆
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
kek
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@contrapposto
11 days ago
hello
@LadyofShalott
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@WinterPhoenixForestKirin
11 days ago
Dogs. Hug them. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: 🐶
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
lol of course
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@Saint_Basil
11 days ago
very old? 300 years is very old?
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@LiquidSwan
11 days ago
RADLIB is a beast
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@aakasoto
11 days ago
@ShlomoGoldstein
yes he has j ancestry
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
Greetings Rad Lib
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@SecretSquid
11 days ago
That bowtie is giving me life.
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
Steve Jobs with a bowtie
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@contrapposto
11 days ago
howdy
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@LiquidSwan
11 days ago
here from AA’s link
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@LadyofShalott
11 days ago
You’re in the right place fren @SkadiWarrior:
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@riley1805
11 days ago
I believe he is a Christian
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@Psellz_wewuz
11 days ago
is this guy EMJ’s bowtie cousin?
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@ShlomoGoldstein
11 days ago
is this man a chosenite?
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@sebastian.wilkinson
11 days ago
@skadwarrior it’s on now. refresh your page.
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@Chabbor
11 days ago
odysee needs to sort that chat thing out
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
All hail the King of the Moon!
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@AshenDuke
11 days ago
@Skald
Yep
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@SkadiWarrior
11 days ago
Am I in the right place, are we waiting for Rad Lib stream to begin?
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Millennial Woes with Morgoth on Brexit — Jul 2, 2016 — TRANSCRIPT

A Woes By Any Other Name — TRANSCRIPT

Millennial Woes – To Be a Man in 2017 – Speech at Erkenbrand dinner — TRANSCRIPT

Millennial Woes – One Hour from Now – Speech to Erkenbrand — TRANSCRIPT

Millennial Woes’ Millenniyule 2017 No. 66 – Morgoth — TRANSCRIPT

Millennial Woes – The Passion of Jordan Peterson – Speech to Blue Awakening — TRANSCRIPT

Millennial Woes at the Scandza Forum, Copenhagen – Oct 12, 2019 — TRANSCRIPT

Millennial Woes – Millenniyule 2019 – Daughter of Albion – Dec 28, 2019 — Transcript

Millennial Woes – The Strife of Tongues – Nov 30, 2020 — Transcript

 

Millennial Woes – Millenniyule 2020 – John Waters – Dec 22, 2020 — Transcript

Millennial Woes – Millenniyule 2020 – On the Offensive – Dec 15, 2020 — Transcript

Millennial Woes – Millenniyule 2020 – Dangerfield – Dec 21, 2020 — Transcript<

Millennial Woes – Millenniyule 2020 – The Jolly Heretic – Dec 29, 2020 — Transcript

 

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