The Christmas Podcast

This is the very first Christmas podcast, or Solstice podcast for the weirdos in the audience. The sort of material I like doing does not lend itself well to a Christmas theme, but I did weave some holiday related material in where appropriate. I’ve also been trying to improve my post-production skills. I know nothing about audio editing, but I am learning. The results are a little hit and miss this week.

I will put a Gab extra this week, mostly because I recorded it and decided not to use it in the regular podcast. I’m still thinking about how to use the Gab video service, but I’m pretty sure I will be doing some data-based presentations there in 2018. I think that might work. I will also be posting a special Kwanzaa podcast on the 26th, so make sure you check your Hitler phones for that next week.

This week I have the usual variety of items in the now standard format. Spreaker has the full show. YouTube has the four longer segments from the show. I am up on Google Play now, so the Android phone commies can take me along when out disrespecting the country. I am on iTunes, which means the Apple Nazis can listen to me on their Hitler phones.

This Week’s Show


  • 00:00: Opening
  • 02:00: The Unwelcome Mat (Link) (Link) (Link)
  • 12:00: Xirl Science (Link) (Link) (Link) (Link) (Link) (Link)
  • 22:00: Tiberius & Immigration (Link) (Link)
  • 32:00: Churches & The Alt-Right
  • 42:00: Lefty Plays For Keeps (Link)
  • 47:00: The New GOP Strategy (Link)
  • 52:00: Jemele Hill (Link)
  • 57:00: Closing (Link)

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I’ll see your Fairytale of New York and raise you Merry Christmas from the Family.
Happy Holidays!

I know you’ve asked about this previously, and I see it cropped up in some of the links again, but the reason you see “Turn” so much in these papers is that it has something to do with the concept of shift in consciousness, by way of one of the German thinkers who used “Wendung” (change of direction, orientation, or circumstances) to explain a massive intellectual and spiritual sea change (i.e. the way paintings had a flat, planer 2-dimensional look to them and then seemingly out of nowhere the world viewed the third dimension in art). Another example would be… Read more »
The biggest reason to cut taxes is because the more money you give to the government – the more bad things they do with it. Taking money out of your pocket means money into the pockets of all manner of progressive interests like : cat ladies, gimmee-dats, ethnic interests, refugee resettlement campaigns, etc Conservatives seem to have been cucked so hard they no longer even object to ALSO supporting financially the guy who is banging their wife. You can’t have civic nationalism when your money is taken from you to support your enemies. All those Sub-Saharan Africans you referred to… Read more »
D&D Dave in the Bubble
D&D Dave in the Bubble

Ohhhh, you used the word “Christmas” That’s a racist, dog-whistle, micro-aggression if I’ve ever seen one. The SJW-ACLU-DEEP STATE operatives will be staked out watching you now.


Someone calling himself “Z-man” made this reply to a comment at AKarlin’s blog:

“Any relationship with The Land of Satan (Israel) is doomed to failure, that’s why my once great USA is going down to ruin.”

Is this fellow in fact you? If so, would you mind developing the thought?


Seems sound enough.


To paraphrase announcer Gary Owens describing Ed Wood’s scripts: These “academic” paper abstracts read like ransom notes pasted together from words randomly cut out of a Korean electronics manual.

Slovenian Guest

Every time someone utters happy holidays i reply with happy holidays comrade! Because here in socialist eastern Europe we didn’t say merry Christmas either, December 25th was a normal working day, the authorities considered Christmas ideologically hostile, and Santa was replaced with Grandpa Frost who brought gifts on new years eve. Happy holidays is literally cultural Marxism.


Well, then, Merry Christmas!


“Taxman” was literal when George Harrison recorded it. The UK top tax rate was 95% (“One for you nineteen for me”).


So glad there was a Christmas podcast. Xirl Science always gives me a bit of a headache, listening to the nonsense, but this week was worse than usual. I mean, better, haha.

Anyway, Christmas isn’t just about presents, at least it doesn’t have to be, that’s for sure. There’s always spiked eggnog. May your Christmas be merry and bright!


Total aside.
My 16 year boy old works a couple of afternoons at the local vet’s after school.
He’s been shipping home lots of chocolates and candies because
” People buy you things when you cut their dog open”.

Just finished listening. Christmas day is all podcasts, because nearly all non-sports radio is automated Christmas music. First, was never intended to be a Christmas song at all: ”Although originally intended for the Thanksgiving season,[3] and having no connection to Christmas,[4]” like that dance number from A Charlie Brown Christmas, it got appropriated into a Christmas tune. And your finale, the guy that is ”disabled” due to being *ahem* well endowed in the male genitalia department. No surprise the pr0n industry came knocking, they’ve always been on the lookout for ”freaks of nature” and if they can’t find one… Read more »
You say that radicals have always tried to subvert religion to separate the people from their traditions. However, what isn’t fully conveyed by your description is that the examples you give didn’t so much repress religion so much as replace it. They became the religion. Soviet Russia is the perfect example. They merely outlawed the competition. You say the Nazi Christmas was bizarre, but what happened in Germany was a reversion to pre-Christian traditions. Nazis didn’t create the void caused by the loss of faith in divinity, but they exploited it. This was all predicted by Nietzsche around the 1870s.… Read more »