Do you FUCKING love science? Well, you probably like Rachel Bloom’s “My Sex Junk,” faggot.
Caerulus and Vendetta are joined by Johnny Truth Seed, organizer of the first “Day of the Flyer”. Eli Mosley and Richard Spencer’s personal Assistant were also in attendance to talk about Auburn hang out for Goofy Media and IRL. We even had a few minutes with a surprise guest that stopped by to wave hello.
Happy St. George’s Day Lads! This week on the Nicean Council General Belisarius, Borzoi, and guest Not-producer Kenny hold you hand as you Begum Chrispian XDDDD. Unfortunetly Kenny was upstaged by special guest Woody Woodpecker; in all seriousness, we apologise for the distracting audio, we promise to ensure it does not happen again. I tried my best in post to clean it up but it is still there. Normally an episode with such technical difficulties would not be uploaded but this episode was fantastic and it did not make sense to not make it available to you guys. A bit more of a relaxed episode this week none the less there is still plenty of meaty theology and insightful discussions to enjoy. We have stopped getting suggestions for who you would like to hear in Saint or Heretic of the week. Email, comment or tweet at us who you think we should cover next.
This week the railroad crew discusses Trump’s immigration betrayal over DACA, turning trolling into an opportunity for recruitment, and the future of techno-science and immortality.
Join Lauritz von Guildhausen, Reactionary Tree, Caerulus Rex and Spectre as they delve into the horrors of imagining a world with immortal boomers.
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Credit to Matt Forney for general citizen journalist crowdfunding tips (eg thermometer), and thanks to Safe Schools for episode sponsorship.
This episode starts with yet another esoteric monologue by Producer Ken.
Following that, a discussion with Dr. Hill, president of the League of the South.
Outro – Sovereignty and Blood Forever, by Paddy Tarleton.
Tonight on the Ahnenerbe Hour, we discuss the Oklahoma City Bombing of the Murrah building which occurred on April 19th, 1995. According to the official story, Timothy McVeigh parked an ANFO truck bomb outside the building and at 9:03 am, detonated it, totally destroying the north face of the building and killing 168 people. But the official story doesn’t add. How could so much devestation result from such a bomb? Was McVeigh alone? Who was “John Doe Number 2”? Did the government have prior knowledge? Was McVeigh even executed? Learn about these questions and more on this week’s episode.
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UPDATE: The full audio (minus the 20 minutes in which Verizon shut me down!) is available on MIXCLOUD. If you listened live last night, DailyMotion cut me off PROMPTLY at 10pm, so there is about 15 minutes of content at the end you didn’t hear.
UPDATE II: The music-free version is available for download on our normal RSS feed.
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Hold on to your butts because Paul, Cavernario and Tremus are joined by Gunther Vandal for a special episode where they treat very serious subjects like La Raza and its narrative of reconquista, ethnic war between mestizos and blacks in Chicago, the africanization and mestizofication of Latin American politics, in that casual informative but shitposty way this podcast is now famous for. Continue Reading …