No Apologies Interview

I wish I was better at being a guest on these things, but I accept the fact that I can’t be good at some things. Josh was a very good interviewer. He’s new to the movement, but he is not new to video work. I told him after that we need more people, who do nice, civilized video shows that allow normal whites to ease into this stuff, without feeling like they are doing something immoral. Josh has a very pleasant presentation so he is a good fit for that role. I enjoyed the show and I thank him for having me.

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Monty James
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It was very enjoyable. Now then, when are you going to get John Derbyshire on the Power Hour? The world waits, not moving a muscle.

Chaotic Neutral
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Chaotic Neutral

It would kind of be an echo chamber. There’s almost no distance between the two. You need a little difference a contrast to get a dialectic going.

Member

Okay, I live in a majority-black city and what you were saying about when it’s like this demographically in the whole country there is something happening here that will change it if we’re in collapse. The rate of HIV infection among black people is worse than any African nation. It’s probably like that all the way through the country. If things collapse, no more meds. Is that an anti black pill? I feel strange even pointing that out but I’m doing it anyway.

Rod1963
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Rod1963

Yes it is anti-black pill of sorts. The sad fact is our government subsidizes Moral Hazard in multiple aspects of society and we wonder why the country took the Am-Trak to hell so fast. With advent of another Great Depression, it will end much of this Just government support of human stupidity and lack of impulse control in a most fatal and painful way from diabetes to AIDS to supporting masses of 3rd world savages who wouldn’t be able to exist without Uncle Sam footing the bill. BTW this is important for our side to get healthy and fit. So… Read more »

Member

My sense of things is that with collapse health care will be cheaper and more available. Nurses and nurse practitioners will be setting up independent practices because the government will not have the resources to regulate them out of business, or they will do a black market business in cash or barter. The tough things to get will be complex surgical operations and closely monitored chemotherapy or dialysis. Things will get better at the bottom of the health care pyramid and much worse at the top of it. Having an illegal drug trade and covert pharmaceutical industry could be a… Read more »

Rod1963
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Rod1963

What you describe is a Libertarian utopia. It won’t work with the millions of chronically sick individuals many of whom have multiple health issues and who require comprehensive and costly medical support. Nor can it cope with the 30 million illegals and blacks who are masters of self-inflicted health issues and can’t pay for crap. Nor can it deal with the acutely ill which is often synonymous with illegals and blacks. If you were to walk into a ER or dialysis clinic in the South-West you’d see that right away. For those people, a serious economic upset will be a… Read more »

Chaotic Neutral
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Chaotic Neutral

The other day a car collapsed down into the street in front of my house. The water main had been broken under the street for some time and all the dirt washed out from under. People are commonly shot and killed in my neighborhood.

A crew was there with big trucks and wenches to pull it out. Everyone was standing around watching, and I said “viscous tribesmen, sink holes; it’s almost as if we live on some savage continent,” laughing out loud. Just blank stares from everyone. Oh well.

Shrugger
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Shrugger

That’s all I ever get from the wenches around here–blank stares.

Member

A piece of advice for the interviewer, and I don’t know if this is entirely his fault. I checked the stresm several times befor I heard your voice. I think he was doing to much of the talking. Who knows? Maybe you just weren’t all that gabby last night. One other quibble I have is with saying that Jefferson’s declaration of human equality was an outlier in the 18th century. Talk like that was common among enlightenment thinkers and writers. One way of handling it would be to point out that the average American was no such thing. Another would… Read more »

Highspeed2
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Highspeed2

Thanks for linking this, sir. It’s always a delight finding new podcasts and content from our team.

Wolf Barney
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Wolf Barney

Excellent interview. Zman, you’re being too critical. Of course in our heads we can envision a better performance than we can actually execute. That’s true of any endeavor. And it’s good to discover a new voice for our side, NAL. I see that he’s on Millennial Woes’ Milleniyule ‘18.

Member

Curious about your vietnam war should have gone on longer, remark.
Did I hear that right?

Lorenzo
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Lorenzo

Yes, he said that. I suppose it meant he wishes there were fewer boomers. One thing to remember about the boomers, a lot of them are still around and that cohort is much whiter than the population now. When they’re dead, the country will be deep in its inevitable brownout.

Member

Wrong boomers would have been removed. Not that some see a distinction.

Al from da Nort
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Al from da Nort

David;
Yeah, your Wright. Except in polygamous cultures where there is a proportion of excess males that needs to be hived off in the interest of social stability, extended war is always dysgenic. In monogamous cultures it increases the proportion of the stupid, the sociopaths and the slackers and decreases the proportion of active, fit and intelligent men and their descendants.

The wrong Boomers were being killed off in Vietnam. I knew some of them.

Joachim
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Joachim

If only boomer Vietnam vets had come home unabashedly Rightist and ready for war, with both the Left and the whole of the plutodemocracy elite: “It is important to recognize, however, that the anti-war myth has not always enjoyed such hegemony. In the 1920s and 1930s, it vied with a powerful “pro-war” position for interpretive rights to the conflict. For German writers (and veterans) like Ernst Jünger, Franz Schauwecker, Werner Beumelberg, and Edwin Dwinger, the war’s violence was less victimizing than empowering. Life in the trenches had meant an experience of comradeship and newly awakened feelings of national belonging, and… Read more »

Nunnya Bidnez, jr.
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Nunnya Bidnez, jr.

Whoa Zman!
didn’t realize you were a 2600er.
what’s your opinion of “emmanual goldstein”?
I used to listen to his show on WBAI, back in the day.
is he controlled opposition, or the real deal?

Based Millennial
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Based Millennial

I enjoyed your discussion of how you got your intellectual understanding from being in the underclass. I too grew up in the underclass (among Irish and Italian NY’ers) and later moved to an upper class suburb in my high school years. The one thing that shocked me in moving to the upper middle class was how everyone was very feminine (even in the early 90’s), and that people seemed to have no sense of loyalty to one another, even among friends. I remember from my time in the working class that while the bullying was brutal and physical, your friends… Read more »

Gregory Tiger
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Gregory Tiger
Compsci
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Compsci

The hell with Z-man, where does an “extreme” connotation leave me? I tend to think Z-man is pretty much right on and even a bit restrained. 😉

PawPaw
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PawPaw

Compsci;
That was the idiot Tiny Duck. Ignore him.

Lorenzo
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Lorenzo

IDGAF what telling the truth about uncontrolled immigration does to Fox News’s revenue stream. I do care what uncontrolled immigration is doing to the country.

LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand

In Minecraft, I offer a new dogfood composed entirely of conservative ML@K worshipping Boomers.

blaq pill
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blaq pill

This was great. I’d never heard of Josh but I’ll look into his other stuff now. Between this and the show you did with Dennis Dale and Luke Ford a while back, I think you’re underrating yourself wrt interviews. A Rogan-style long, sprawling conversation with an interesting guest would be a good format for you. Just don’t worry about timing or making it feel like an “interview”, nobody will care. You hit on some good points when you were talking about the military. The infantry is ~85% white, and every level of selectivity above the regular infantry (airborne units, 75th,… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

w/r/t anonymity – I’ve been advising people to keep their face off net for a years, but note that voice recognition tech has made equivalent advances recently: My mega-employer recently decided that voice recognition was an option instead of passwords in some contexts. Your cat is out of that bag already, but jes’ sayin’… In any case, hav fun stormin’ da kassel.

TBoone
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TBoone

I enjoyed the podcast. Glad you took the invite. He is a thoughtful guy. I will listen to his future ‘casts’. Your extended answers on ‘free will’ were informative. I think a lot of (not all) disagreements on this charged topic are about perspective/framing. Useful for me to keep in mind moving forward. Thanks for posting the podcast. I missed it last night.

Maus
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Maus

Tech difficulties aside, I thought you did a great job with what you were given. You have what appears to be a terse and unapologetic style when responding to questions that seem (to me at least) as either uninteresting or somewhat foolish. It is much appreciated. Still, I noted that you. ducked the issue of Trump’s treatment of Cohen by focusing on Cohen’s seedy nature as the possible attraction to Trump. He’s no Pat Buchanan, really just the better alternative to Hillary or the clutch of cuckservatives. Yet, it troubles me that he frequently denigrates those who served his team… Read more »

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

Z-Man, Enjoyed the show. In particular, I liked that you brought up the “how did you get here” question. I’ve always been curious about the path that people take. For me, while I didn’t grow up around blacks or Hispanics, we did have some Indians – native, not dot – around and it was clear to anyone that Indians have a genetic issue with alcohol. I also grew up around a lot of working-class white kids, which keeps you more honest, I believe. Anyway, I was your typical libertarian/conservative back in the 90s, but I definitely noticed the endless push… Read more »

Joachim
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Joachim

OT: Z-Man, what do you advise Dissident Right commenters do to protect their online anonymity now and in the future? Would you say use of both a VPN and Onion Browser, along with an anonymous Proton Mail account or burner email sites, is mandatory? Is there a VPN you would recommend? You posted a Gab post not too long ago about a company producing computers designed from the ground up for security and anonymity (well out of my price range, unfortunately) . Considering how matters are spiraling, considering that the rule of law already does not apply to us, considering… Read more »

Chaotic Neutral
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Chaotic Neutral

I thought it was as good as any interview. About the elites being terrified of exclusion or being barred from anyplace. Right, but it’s not about wanting to be included, but rather about chasing down people they don’t like. So nobody can get away from them. That’s another subtext of neoconservative world hegemony.

As to how I got here, I think I was born red pilled. They said, that one is inadequate to be hooked to the matrix, just leave him there. That’s why I’m red pilled.

dad29
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PJB, eh?

Yah. Been there, done that, and have an autographed (!!!!!) tee-shirt.

Calvin invented the denial of free will (moral free will), by the way. There are insuperable problems with that theological take on man, grace, and redemption.

Wolf Barney
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Wolf Barney

I notice that there seems to be a new crop of young YouTube personalities, including Josh. I’ve been listening to the Milleniyule series where Woes interviews some of the new content-creators. Typically they got red-pilled fairly recently with a lot of help from online dissident content. Since the truth is on our side and the other side has constructed a rickety structure of lies, it’s often just a matter of getting intelligent folks exposure to our arguments.