Back To White

I’m back in Lagos so this episode was recorded in my state of the art studio, which is my bedroom and a $200 microphone. I got a lot of feedback from friends about the podcast last week. They had plenty of suggestions, but everyone says the sound quality is perfect the way it is and I should not change a thing. It’s a good reminder that good enough is usually good enough. It’s easy to lose sight of that, because we always think we can be better. It’s human nature. Genius is knowing when to stop.

Of course, friends are unlikely to criticize, but my friends are jerks so they would never hesitate to tell me I suck. Their suggestions, therefore, meant a lot. They tell me I have a good thing going and I should make some effort to promote myself and monetize my act. They had suggestions on both fronts. I’m not comfortable with either of those things, but maybe I’m wrong about it. I thought this podcast would be a fun gag, but I’d stink at it and get bored. I’m getting better and I’m enjoying it. Still, I need to mull it over.

This week I have the usual variety of items in the now standard format. Spreaker has the full show. I am up on Google Play now, so the Android 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. Of course, the Hitler Phones are so slow now, you may never finish. YouTube also has the full podcast. Of course, there is a download link below.

This Week’s Show


  • 00:00: Opening
  • 02:00: Colors
  • 12:00: Xirl Science (Link) (Link) (Link) (Link) (Link)
  • 22:00: The Shadows (Link)
  • 32:00: Alt-Jew (Link)
  • 42:00: Bring Back The Branks (Link)
  • 47:00: The Palace Guard (Link)
  • 52:00: Pray To Xim (Link)
  • 57:00: Closing

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32 thoughts on “Back To White

  1. An Episcopal Church had the rainbow flag flying for a few years here in a neighbor in NE Philly-its now a Muslim Youth Center .

    • “Reviewing Tariq Nasheed’s amazing debate victory over Jared Taylor.”

      The two different movies in our heads is understating it.

  2. Re: Peterson Milo etc

    Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
    If somebody joins the real right, and is asked “how did you get here” is he more likely to say: “A friend tipped me of to the … site, and that convinced me” or “At first I listen to Peterson, then after a another year I … and then I got to talk with … and then last year I found the … site” etc.

    I.e. I still believe that people like Peterson can have a good impact on turing people away from the left. Once somebody is turned onto the path of truth seeking …

    Of course they can get stuck in some intermediate step. But even then it leaves the (far) left weakened.

  3. Yeah, last week’s podcast was one of the best. You are increasingly terse, perhaps dismissive of a select number of things as if to say–if you’re here catch up already, there are important things that await attention. Conservative inc., civic nationalism, a dead Constitution, whatever has established a long record of losing. Some people will take it personally. I didn’t. This is fun. Lead on.

  4. Great podcast ! Either you’re getting a lot better at this or it was just nice to have the company on the long ride back from Springfield. 🙂

  5. My first thought on last weeks apologia on the lack of editing was, he’s going to be pissed when he realizes that there’s no difference between the first few and the ones when he’s spent a couple of hours tuning them up.
    I download the MP3 burn them to a CD and listen in the car.
    All sound find to me, but then I’m going deaf in the left ear, oddly that’s the one turned to the wife…

  6. The sad truth regarding “Porn Studies” is that it’s the result of a “Teufelskreise” (Devil’s Circle) in academia. Astronomical tuition makes a lot of these girls pursuing nonsense degrees do things like webcam shows (and sometimes prostitute themselves), and so the things they do to get money for these stupid courses affect their “area of study” as well. It gets worse: because the girls debase themselves in porn and prostitution, they start to feel resentment toward themselves, which then gets channeled into resentment toward men (feminism). I feel some sympathy for these hapless, crazy girls (I actually took one of these courses in grad school, and know some of these females) and it’s easier to understand why they hate men when you realize they’re sucking sixty year-old cock or beating flabby Jews with leather riding crops to pay off debt for a degree that, at best, will let them scrape by as adjunct faculty. Feminism is basically their heroin to stop the pain of self-loathing these girls feel. Heroin is also many times their heroin.

    • I used to be really good at finding out people’s back stories. Maybe I’m still good, but just don’t care anymore. Strippers always seemed to be working off educational debt, real estate debt, or party debt. I actually came to respect them in a way. They could have just gone down the bankruptcy route after all.

      • Every stripper I met in New England said she was a student at Johnson and Wales. No kidding. It became a running joke as I’d always ask.

        As far as backstories, people love telling me their life story. I must have a friendly face.

        • BTW, Deleuze’s “philosophy” (if I can call it that) contains three “lifelines,” one of which is molar. I didn’t want to read ten-thousand words of French nonsense, but the best I could come up from bouncing around the webz is that it refers to the concept of a “mole” in chemistry. The progression is from molar to segmented to molecular. I’m guessing that in plain English, that might mean _really_ fragmented (6.023 x 10^23 is a lot of fragments) to somewhat fragmented to more or less whole. I shouldn’t waste time on this sort of stuff, but I love a real-life puzzle.

          • Yeah, I started down that rabbit hole and realized I had no need to know anything about Deleuze. The molar bit just made me laugh every time I thought of it.

          • Avagadoro’s number is one of those “facts” that it was vitally important to know at age 15 and has been undisturbed by a single brain cell in my 40 odd years since.

  7. Z – whats your view on feminism? My view has always been that yes women can work but that not all of them want to and if they can afford to stay at home and want to, that there’s nothing wrong with that. You’ll always have outliers such as a woman who is an engineer or microbiologist but outside of those talents – college probably isn’t a good idea and it would be better to spend those years working, living on your own and eventually meeting a guy.

    I’m pretty sure Jordan Peterson would agree with this as would most of the altright.

  8. I enjoyed your musing about having a Porn Science supplement to Xirl Science. If you scour the internet long enough it becomes clear that many people in the porn industry have a ridiculously high amount of self regard

  9. Dabney was a prophet (Women’s Rights Women is 100+ years old and describes our day). His advocacy of autonomy rights is a little over my head, but his criticism of the civil rights is spot on. If someone can point me to where to learn about the class system he was advocating, I’d be grateful.

  10. These Edgitarians are shaping up to be Girondists. All talk, all debate, no action. Psychologists all, willing to discuss issues out of existence with a strong probability of failure. Their flesh will be consumed with all the spectacle and fanfare as the Girondists, I hope.
    I desire to be entertained at least.

    Remember kids: it takes a village to eat a Rockefeller.

  11. Your crazy gibberish article bit is yet another reason liberal arts grads can no longer get jobs. Imagine the author of any of these nonsense papers trying to write an understandable email on corporate strategy in the South Region sales.

  12. I’m with you Z. I grew up in Massachusetts and kind of miss it – but I’ll never live their again. I would LOVE to live in New Hampshire. Maine is tempting but their tax structure stinks for individuals and businesses.

  13. The best use of the Alt Light/ Prog rear-guard guys is as a spotlight.

    Milo, Cerno, Shapiro, Sargon, etc. run websites that expose the progs and keep up a steady stream outrage for the normies. We’ve seen that as the progs expand their target list gamers, metalheads, comics readers, the Alt Right has grown. Why? Because they can point out symptoms but only we have solutions.

    The best thing to do is keep a presence in their comment sections. That way we can poach a few frustrated guys who are ready for actual diagnoses and solutions. This isn’t a large number but think of how much the Alt Right grew because of Gamergate or seeing what college professors think? They aren’t allies, they are useful.

    • I used to get a kick out of Sargon’s stuff, but now that the election long past so much of the mild anti-SJW stuff is becoming repetitive. We’ve seen all the take-down moves so many times by now. Also if you just browse the headlines at Breitbart and PJ Media regularly you’ll already know most of the topics Sargon will cover on This Week in Stupid. Do I really need to hear some guy with a British accent read me an article (with the text on the screen) then chuckle about how stupid it all is? One nice thing about Styx is he assumes you know what the news is (or you can and will read it yourself to get up to speed) and gets right down to commentary and speculation. What I like about ZMan’s podcast is he finds off-the-beaten path stuff like today’s thing about the alt-Right and Orthodox Jews.

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