A Most Excellent Podcast

This week, the show is a most excellent podcast. This is due in part to the events of this week. Nothing inspires me more than being in the middle of a crap storm. I’m also getting better at this. I feel more comfortable, but I also feel more confident. That’s because a lot of you have been kind enough to send along encouragement, It means a lot and I truly appreciate it.

This week is mostly about the rage virus infecting our rulers and their hired thugs on our streets. I’ve also got a bit on a SJW grifter, a bit on Elon Musk, something on the cuckening and a bit at the end that I like a lot. I was going to call it “A Letter From A Charlottesville Jail” but I don’t know if most people would get the reference. They would assume I was in jail. But look it up and you’ll see my meaning maybe.

This week, Spreaker has the full show. YouTube has the full show and some new graphics to distinguish the bits from the full show. I am now on iTunes, which means the Apple Nazis can listen to me on their Hitler phones.

I have been threatening to stream this to GabTV amd this weekend I plan to finally do it. I’ll update the site when that is working, if I’m able to do it.

This Week’s Show

  • 00:00: Perfunctory Opening Comments
  • 02:00: The Struggle (Link)
  • 12:00: Starting New (Link) (Link)
  • 22:15: Crazy Zaleski (Link) (Link)
  • 27:15: BernieCare (Link)
  • 32:30: The Cuckening (Link) (Link)
  • 37:30: Elon Musk (Link)
  • 42:45: Brain Damage (Link)
  • 48:00: Choose Wisely
  • 58:00: Closing

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66 thoughts on “A Most Excellent Podcast

  1. One point that is rarely covered in the diversity complaints about software companies.

    Computer Science Programs graduate 5 men for every woman. Bitching to Google or Intel or Apple that women are underrepresented by 5 : 1 is a basic supply problem.

    If women choose to study other fields, that’s not Google’s or any other tech companies fault.

  2. Hey in your last section, you mentioned the threatening e-mails you receive. I think you should have a section on your website where you show some of those off. Nothing enrages lefty more than exposing them at their most vicious

    • Salve Regina, a Gregorian chant.

      Salve, Regina, mater misericordiae:
      Vita, dulcedo, et spes nostra, salve.
      Ad te clamamus, exsules, filii Hevae.
      Ad te suspiramus, gementes et flentes
      in hac lacrimarum valle.
      Eia ergo, Advocata nostra,
      illos tuos misericordes oculos
      ad nos converte.
      Et Iesum, benedictum fructum ventris tui,
      nobis, post hoc exsilium ostende.
      O clemens: O pia: O dulcis
      Virgo Maria.

      The English translation:

      Hail, holy Queen, Mother of Mercy!
      Our life, our sweetness, and our hope!
      To thee do we cry, poor banished children of Eve,
      to thee do we send up our sighs,
      mourning and weeping in this valley, of tears.
      Turn, then, most gracious advocate,
      thine eyes of mercy toward us;
      and after this our exile show unto us the
      blessed fruit of thy womb Jesus;
      O clement, O loving, O sweet virgin Mary.

  3. I listened to the program and I have to say you have a really nice and clear voice. It’s a little halting due to maintaining a stream of conciousness without break, don’t worry about that, you can be a bit more conversational and guests are good for this.

    In terms of health care the solution is simple. Here it is, all citizens get Medicare automatically – no sign up required. its a B-C level of cover, which will cover adequately but timing/choice is limited and is mainly for doctor and hospital treatments. This base safetynet cover is paid for purchase tax on goods and services (or just food if you like) not income so all pay. For B plus to golden A cover you need to buy top up privately. The longer you wait to buy top up cover the more expensive to gets. Families can stay on the same plan till chdren are 25 years if they want to. These covers also promote general health as well as treatments and look to support improvements in health eg. Discounts on gym membership, support to quit smoking, range of dental covers, coupons for discount push bikes, etc. on and on…anything the market wants to offer.

  4. There’s a lot of talk about concussions and CTE in hockey as well. I’ve begun to think there’s something to it, but I hadn’t realized that the study you referred to had no controls, and the way the sample was selected was so unempirical. In hockey it’s linked to the movement to ban fighting from the game, so of course the chicks and cucks and manlets are on board. Surely more concussions are sustained from heads hitting the boards and the ice. Only a few of the less talented players fight. Guys who can score don’t have to drop the gloves (some of them do anyway). ESPN basically ignores hockey, which maybe makes sense since it’s such a white-dominated game. But the NHL and the hockey press has a strong cuck component.

    • Taking blows to the head is never good. We’ve been calling old boxers “punchy” for a century. This CTE stuff looks more like hysteria and maybe a scam too. That said, I’m all for making guys sit after a concussion. It’s for their own good.

  5. Completely agree with your last point about being forced to make a choice.

    It’s pretty much exactly the way I feel. They expect me to embrace absolute craziness – which goes completely against everything I have learned in my life from everything I have experienced.

    In what lunatic world would I do that? They’ve created the perfect recipe to piss me off.

    And yes – when you take away everything from a person – you have given them nothing to lose. I’ve made the argument in the past to lefties when I was arguing with them and they said stupid shit like ” you should be in jail” – that putting me in jail – would make me into a criminal. Once you make me a criminal – I have absolutely no reason to follow the laws any more.

    Is that REALLY what you want?

  6. Denninger has covered what the problem with the healthcare sector is – and that is monopolistic behavior and lack of government enforcement of laws already on the books.

    The problem with healthcare is cost. If healthcare was something that cost so damn much – we wouldn’t even be talking about government solutions in the first place.

  7. Very long time reader, Z, and this is the first podcast I’ve listened to, and my first reply. The post volume+quality of your blog is outstanding, and I’m starting to see links back to you in multiple places, job well done. Your Badder Thoughts are presented calmly, reasonably, so that Mr. Norm L. White listens/reads without triggering “this isn’t allowed” defenses. That’s something so utterly lost on the SpergTroopers of TRS, David Duke, et al.

    I am curious about your thoughts regarding Europa, AtomWaffen Division, etc. For some reason their youthfulness kinda cancels out the “don’t do the Nazi thing, fellas” reaction that I have to a collection of fat 30-50 somethings doing the same. The “F*ck You” outrageousness of their graphics hits me in a positive way-and I realize they’re small in #, but some of those graphics stuck up on campuses were spot on messages given in the most “blow me, SJW’s” fashion imaginable. Just curious as to your opinion, which I value.

    Keep up the excellent work.

  8. A lot of you guys really hate Elton Musk. I don’t. I also don’t begrudge him all his billions from the government. Why? The stuff we’re paying him for is stuff I support. I want a cheap launcher for the country. Boeing has taken, quote,”…During the joint Senate-NASA presentation in September 2011, it was stated that the SLS program has a projected development cost of $18 billion through 2017, with $10 billion for the SLS rocket, $6 billion for the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle and $2 billion for upgrades to the launch pad and other facilities at Kennedy Space Center…”. I think Boeing has $10 billion of this and have produced…nothing, nothing at all. Musk is saving us a damn fortune. His 5 billion is only a fraction of what was given to Boeing and he’s revolutionized the space industry. Same for solar power for houses. He took a fragmented DIY go no where market and provided financing so that many peoples power bills went down in cost. I support solar as a hedge against government control and individual freedom. Same for electric cars. He’s made it where now ALL companies assume they need an electric car or they will lose out. I support electric cars for defense, no oil needed, and for personal freedom. What he’s done is to strongly raise the individuals ability to not be controlled by the Oligarchs. His ideas on satellite internet will be similarly related by crashing the monopolist firm grip on our wallets. The amount he’s been paid is peanuts compared to what we have received in return. Congress passed these laws, I believe, well before he started doing any of these things. Just in Space launches alone he will have paid back every single dime we put into his pocket by lowering the launch cost.

    • Trying to understand Musk in a political context is missing the point. Simply, the guy has no goals on Earth. Everything he’s involved with has an application for colonizing Mars, which is what obsesses him. Aside from SpaceX, look at Tesla – transportation will be needed on Mars, but their ain’t no oil on Mars! What to do? Electric cars and solar power make sense – more sense than they make on Earth!

      The surface of Mars offers no protection from radiation. People on Mars will need to live underground. Look at what the Boring Company is involved in – robotic underground tunneling. Could come in handy on Mars, no?

      Musk is in the business of getting governments to finance development of technologies that will be useful on Mars under the pretext of them being useful on Earth.

      True, in a political context you could describe him as a tax leech, and he is. But that’s not all that he is. He’s a man with a dream prepared to use all means fair and foul to accomplish it. He does not care about your politics, he sees opportunities to advance his goal, and he takes them.

      I admire his single-mindedness and tenacity. If he’s successful, in 200 years nobody is going to care that he hoaxed the taxpayers to finance his goals, any more than anyone really cares that Jefferson’s Louisiana Purchase was technically illegal. He’ll be remembered for the nobility of his goal, not the sleaziness of his methods. My hat is off to the guy, and I wish him all the luck in the world.

  9. It was all most excellent. I especially appreciated the ‘choose wisely’ segment. Very timely considering the harassment of Amren announced just today.

  10. Medicare for all. Hey, Brazil has Medicare for all! You guys are gonna love it! We pay for it with some of the highest taxes in the hemisphere. And then we pay again for private health care to the tune of $600 per month for a family of four. Sure, things can get tight, what with the obligatory private school tuition of $600 per month per child on top of that. Won’t be long before the coyotes get run out of business. No sense in paying the fee to get more of the same.

    • The Bernie Bros are also looking in from the outside, as we do. We have that in common. They just have a wacky set of proposed solutions. A large number may come around over time.

  11. As good as advertised. At least three involuntary, audible “mmm!”s when your brain acknowledges a brilliant moment of insight and clarity.

    The final segment is something particularly special.


  12. “Oxi” crops up because the products use oxygen bleach which doesn’t damage fabric as chlorine does. And it’s particularly effective against biological stains like blood.

  13. Curious to know what your opinion of Instapundit is these days. I’ve been reading it since about 2003, and like most I was not impressed by its merger with PJM a few years ago. PJM is a pathetic, virtue signalling collection of self described reformed liberals, female scolds, warmongers, charity cases, and fanatical loonies like David Goldman. The merger by itself wouldn’t really be an issue, as Glenn used to be the sole contributor to his own feed, but unfortunately has allowed a handful of PJM’s more warmongerish representatives of the polite right contribute as of the last couple years, with most of their links predictably going back to PJM, or the insufferable storefront neocon synagogue twitchy. The commentary has also degenerated in a hive mind of boot licking yes men, anxious for a reply for Reynolds himself.

    • That’s “boot-polishing yes-man” to you, troglodyte! (I comment over there using the same screen name that I use here.)

      Sent from my Hitler-phone.

    • Just like Ace of Spades, you find nuggets and you find dreck. Still good enough to scroll through and go hunting for the worthy bits.

      Frankly, I am down to exactly one site that is a must-read. Hope I am not overdoing the comments lately.

      Listened to my first podcast tonight. Nice job.

  14. “Joel, let me give you piece of advice. Never, never, ever fuck with another man’s livelihood”. You hit the point on the end. Take the middle and start forcing it to pick sides and two things will happen. The left will get the half that decides to go passively along. But that’s it, they are passive. They’ve given up and turned their belly to the other dog. The other half will say fuck it and throw in with “men of action” and that half will be motivated. Problem for the left is that half will have brains, money and arms.

  15. Zman, I too have had some good conversations over the past few days with friends about race realism and politics thanks to the left bringing down these statues. It helped that (after a bit of hesitation) Trump finally came out and said what needed to be said. His words coupled with the video in Durham provided a powerful visual that helped shift the conversation for a lot of people to where it needed to be. Trump is taking some unnecessary arrows over this because (as you point out) we are not being smart on symbolism.

    Those on the right in Europe have been dealing with the Marxists longer than we have and movements like Generation Identitare are being smarter in their messaging. Their symbolism is clean, simple and striking, but not tied to the baggage that invokes fear in the normies (http://bit.ly/2uOUaK6). They also understand that young men need to test their courage and strength and should be given the opportunity to do so. Thus they are being educated and trained in an environment where they can positively network (http://bit.ly/2whD5ca). As for confrontation and getting our message across, instead of meaningless s#!tshows against Obama/Soros pawns, why not strike quickly at the heart of institutions and make the cloud people know we exist. Go to Facebook’s posh campus, Google’s HQ or better yet go to Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio or John McCain’s local offices and rattle their cage (http://bit.ly/W3ypQD).

    • The class action lawsuit that is coming their way will make the tobacco settlement look trivial.It’s already in the planning stages. Lawyers are salivating at this opportunity to cash in.

      Strange bedfellows and all that.

      • Google is the bakery that refused to bake a cake for the nazi wedding. We’ll see how those double standards hold up in court.

      • How much do you trust the courts z man? If addressed in podcast my apologies have yet to listen.

    • I usually read Alternative Right with Andy Nowicki and Colin Liddell daily. I got this message today. Wonder what happened?
      “Blog has been removed
      Sorry, the blog at alternative-right.blogspot.com has been removed. This address is not available for new blogs.”

    • I was right. Red China- created by the same bolshie folks who gave us the USSR- was raised up when the Soviet Union fell.

      Bannon sought to belay the coming One Belt-UN hegemony. We forget that the USSR claimed fealty over 2/3 of the world’s surface in 1970, as the termites quietly grew their Deep State in the West.

  16. The best way to fight totalitarianism is in the bullseye – home, schools, church and community. Critical thinking skills are the best defense against cultural marxism’s threat to our constitutional republic.

    • Great podcast, Z-man. It was realistic, but didn’t have the black-pilled game over sentiment that I’ve seen a lot of this week across cosa nostra. Thanks for the positivity. I listened to this on your youtube channel.

  17. Nice job, Zman. Glen Filthie is correct – this is a tall cool glass of water. Thank you.
    You’re now an unofficial thought leader on the dissident right.

    • How do you know that Z man is a right winger? Maybe most of his economic ideals are thoroughly left wing in substance.

      • Well hanging in uses the term dissident right. A term z man has used to describe himself on multiple occasions

  18. Wait a minute-you talk about teams and heritage….

    Problem for you guys-NO ONE is attracted to “white” heritage

    Even white women reject it

    • Your comments aren’t even germaine to the conversation. This is just verbal graffiti cut and pasted from some other thread or argument. A generalized rant that you consider good for all occasions (and threads). I don’t know why Zman keeps you around, you don’t even show the rest of us the courtesy of commenting, for real, to the subject at hand.

  19. My gosh.

    These were literal Nazis. Are you seriously defending these people? It sure sounds like it.

    I might not agree with all of antifa’s methods and goals but there is no gray area when it comes to actual white supremacists.

    How are you gainfully employed and what has put such hate in your heart?

    Side note-what beef do you have ramzpaul? You guys agree on everything

  20. The deranged invertebrate rhinos should demonstrate their solidarity with the totalitarian left by cashing out, piling their dead white presidents in a huge bonfire and self immolate.

      • That kid’s a piece of work – and I love the name you came up with for him. I pretty much wrote him off as a clown long ago – he’s just another performance artist.
        But – This is why I listen to your podcasts. There’s REASON here. All this leftist lunacy and rage and violence is contagious and it sets up in our guys and the thing just goes to hell from there. At this blog, I feel like I am at a dinner party in a clean upscale house with white carpets, enjoying a drink whilst being regaled by a witty host. All I have to do is sit back, listen and I walk away with good stuff to think about for the rest of the day. If they want to take the Alt Right upscale – this is the place to start!
        I always make wise decisions. 🙂

        You guys have a great weekend.

        • But we need those clowns badly!

          I’m from Europe, for example, and it’s not uncommon here for people to get 100% of their news about America from the Daily show and John Oliver.

  21. Great MLK reference! Keep up the outstanding work, both in the written and spoken word. Your blog is a first stop for me daily.

    • Zman isn’t just a first stop, he’s a lifejacket.
      Nobody cuts through the the bullsh*t like this guy. As educational as Rush was.

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