Greg Johnson | Nationalism as a Cure


Audio version available on Spreaker.


1:25 How Greg found nationalism
5:28 Race realism in books and why it matters
13:10 How the welfare state plays into immigration
19:50 Changing values changes behavior
21:25 Which legislations need to change
24:13 Exporting factories to foreign nations doesn’t work
30:30 Nationalism as a political spectrum
36:11 Eastern Europe after the Iron Curtain
41:05 The middle class mind
48:55 What will it take for Europe to fight back?
53:33 Outreach and how to fight with our strengths


– “It (‘The Bell Curve’ by Charles Murray) overwhelmingly proves that IQ is the most important factor in modern civilization. And it also pretty devastatingly shows that there are biological differences between the races in terms of intelligence and therefore biological differences in terms of race and how well they’re going to do in modern western societies. And that pretty much destroys any egalitarian notion that we can have a working multi-racial society.”
– (In regard to sending jobs overseas). “Today the whole realm of the commercial class is basically the most rootless and cosmopolitan and disloyal group of people in America because they’re basically thinking of every possible way that they can dismantle the American economy for their own profit.”
– “We want a tight labor market. We want high wages. A tight labor market where there are high wages creates a middle class and it also spurs the business community towards technological progress because they’re always thinking of ways to make people more productive.”

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2 thoughts on “Greg Johnson | Nationalism as a Cure

  1. Extremely interesting interview, and a lot of powerful ideas. I agree with what was said. I am hoping the right does make inroads in politics in the future in terms of countering globalist policies.

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