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Jim Goad - SJWs: The New Church Ladies - Hour 1
May 18, 2017
SJWs: The New Church Ladies

Jim Goad is an American writer and publisher. He is the author of The Redneck Manifesto and The New Church Ladies. Jim also co-authored and published the magazine ANSWER ME!.

A video version of this show is available here.

Jim returns to Red Ice to discuss his new book, current events, and the ongoing insanity of the Left. First, Jim tells us about The New Church Ladies. We discuss the puritanical nature of social justice warriors, including their ...

Darya & Igor - What Do Russians Think About the Liberal World Order and Russophobia in the West?
May 15, 2017
What Do Russians Think About the Liberal World Order and Russophobia in the West?

Igor Starkov is a photographer, journalist, and art-curator. Darya Andreeva is a journalist affiliated with multiple news outlets, including Russia Today.

A video version of this show is available here.

After some necessary introductions, we dive into the main topic of our show: Russia. First, Igor and Darya tell us what they think about the Russian hysteria sweeping the West. Next, we disc ...

Nick Land - The Dark Enlightenment: Neoreaction & Modernity - Hour 1
May 15, 2017
The Dark Enlightenment: Neoreaction & Modernity

Nick Land is an English philosopher, writer, and pioneer of the theory fiction genre. He is also known for being a primary theorist of the Neoreactionary movement.

Nick joins us for a fascinating discussion on Neoreaction, progressivism, and the future of Western civilization. We begin by discussing Nick’s background. Initially a libertarian, Nick eventually stumbled upon the work of Mencius Moldbug. This leads to a consider ...

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Austria: New Refugee-Invader Sex Attack Covered Up
May 22, 2017
Austria: New Refugee-Invader Sex Attack Covered Up A gang rape of a 15-year-old white girl by three nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees in Austria was deliberately covered up for weeks, and only came to light after DNA evidence finally identified the perpetrators. News of the attack—which occurred on April 15—was broken by Austrian media after being leaked the information, which also revealed that one of the attackers was aged 35—and not the 18 years which he claimed to be and under which he had been given “asylum.” The attack, which took place in the city of Tulln in Lower Austria, is but the latest in an ever-increasing number of sex attacks by the nonwhite invaders in that country. Read the rest at The New Observer.

Times Square Driver Told Police He Wanted to 'Kill Them All'
May 20, 2017
Times Square Driver Told Police He Wanted to 'Kill Them All' Editor's note: New video footage and firsthand accounts of the so-called impaired driving incident, which occurred yesterday, have emerged from Times Square in New York City. Raw surveillance footage and witness interviews depict a recklessly violent vehicular attack.  A man accused of mowing down a crowd of Times Square pedestrians, killing a teenage tourist, said that he wanted to "kill them all" and that officers should have shot him to stop him, prosecutors said Friday. Richard Rojas, 26, appeared subdued during a brief court appearance where prosecutors detailed a felony murder charge. He didn't enter a plea. Rojas's lawyer and weeping supporters had no comment. He's due back in court next week. Rojas told police after he was tackled following the mayhem in Times Square that police should…

Jordan Peterson Opposes Transgender Bill at Senate Committee Hearing
May 19, 2017
Jordan Peterson Opposes Transgender Bill at Senate Committee Hearing University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson spoke against Bill C-16 at a Senate committee hearing Wednesday, arguing that support for the legislation was ideologically motivated. The bill would enshrine the rights of transgender people by adding gender identity and expression to human rights and hate-crime laws. Arguments that biology does not determine gender “stem from the humanities and are entirely ideologically driven,” said Dr. Peterson, a psychology professor who has spent the past year denouncing human-rights legislation for what he sees as its potential to infringe on freedom of expression. “It’s a tenet of the ideology that identity is socially constructed. … There is no way they can win the argument but they can win the propaganda war …,” he said. The bill was passed by the House…

Swedish prosecutors drop investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and will revoke arrest warrant
May 19, 2017
Swedish prosecutors drop investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and will revoke arrest warrant Sweden's director of public prosecutions has decided to drop the rape investigation into Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Marianne Ny filed a request to the Stockholm District Court to revoke his arrest warrant, apparently ending a seven-year stand-off. Mr Assange, 45, has lived in the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012, trying to avoid extradition. He feared being extradited to the US if sent to Sweden. He could face trial in the US over the leaking hundreds of thousands of secret US military and diplomatic documents. A brief statement ahead of a press conference by the prosecutor later on Friday said: "Director of Public Prosecution, Ms Marianne Ny, has today decided to discontinue the investigation regarding suspected rape (lesser degree) by Julian Assange."

Poland says Taking Migrants ‘Much Worse’ than EU Sanctions
May 19, 2017
Poland says Taking Migrants ‘Much Worse’ than EU Sanctions Taking migrants would do more damage to Poland than European Union (EU) sanctions, Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak has said, after fresh warnings from Brussels over the country’s refusal to welcome asylum seekers from the third world. Reacting to the EU setting a June deadline by which Poland and Hungary must take migrants from Italy and Greece or face sanctions, the minister said “the security of Poland and the Poles is at risk” from the bloc’s relocation scheme. Mr. Błaszczak said giving in to the EU’s demand that Poland welcome more than 6,000 asylum seekers would “certainly be much worse” for the nation than the threat of punishment from Brussels, citing the terror threat in Western Europe as a result of immigration. “We mustn’t forget the terror attacks that have taken place in Western…


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