Thursday, October 31, 2013

The Realist Report - Clement Pulaski: Christian Virtue & Political Order

On this edition of The Realist Report, we'll be joined once again by Clement Pulaski. Clement and I will be discussing his essay Christian Virtue and Political Order and traditional American nationalism, populism.

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  1. Liberating colonisation

    White men ended azteks bloody cult

  2. Thanks for all the podcasts John. Here's a copy paste of a comment I left on the darkmoon site-

    Zohar says:

    November 1, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    To understand the world today folks should read ‘ the 13th tribe’. The Hungarians and Turks both have centuries of experience with the Khazars and today they want out of the fold.

    The book says that the Khazar empire died out a few hundred years ago. But I think it just moved to London and took over the bank and became what we call British Imperialism, which is now the new world order. We live in Khazaria. Look at your government, your wallet, your tax return etc. The Khazar empire is alive and well under a different name.

  3. Please, can you tell me the name and the singer of the song in the beginning and in the end of the show ?

    Thanks !

    1. I'm glad someone asked! I should have plugged them on the show. The band is called Steep Ravine:

      The song I played was called Prairie Rose. They are awesome! I heard them play at a farmers market I go to on the weekends and I bought their album. Check 'em out!

  4. You cannot determine right from wrong, justice from injustice, or any type of morality apart from the word of God (the Bible). So if we are not placing all our trust and hope in Jesus Christ through his word, we have no basis on which to say that any of the wicked people that are currently ruling, are doing evil.


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