Julian Langness Interviewed By Piero San Giorgio

Julian Langness Interviewed By Piero San Giorgio
July 8, 2016 Admin

New interview with Piero San Giorgio, mostly about this website but also about Fistfights With Muslims In Europe: One Man’s Journey Through Modernity (available on Amazon here).

On both this and the Red Ice podcast I was able to talk about Anders Behring Breivik and my thoughts on his actions (which most people reading this will be familiar with), in terms of their in-congruence with traditional Nordic Honor Codes, but one thing I regret is that I have been unable to (or not remembered to) expand from that to explain that I do think violence is still justified. While I think Breivik’s actions would have been more ethically justifiable as well as more effective from a 4GW standpoint had they not included killing women and young people under the age of 18, I still sympathize with them. And, more importantly, as long as the elites are still committing a slow genocide of our people through mass immigration, as long as Islamic groups still seek to achieve hegemony over us, and as long as Muslims are still drugging, enslaving, and gang-raping our women and children by the tens of thousands every year, violence is not only justified, but imperative.


Also – for loyal readers- last week we used the below image as the cover shot for an article on the Freedom Party (FPO) in Austria, and asked if anyone could point out its significance. The significance is that the Blue Cornflower is sometimes used as a symbol of the Freedom Party (FPO), but is highly controversial because it was also a covert symbol used by Nazi’s and Nazi sympathizers in 1920’s-1940’s Germany. Just an interesting tidbit for European political junkies.


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Comments (3)

  1. Laguna Beach Fogey 1 year ago

    I’ve been incredibly busy with some changes recently–it’s all good!–but I plan to listen to this podcast shortly.

  2. Oz fogey 1 year ago

    good interview. It is encouraging, or perhaps sad because of the necessity, that young people are resisting the annihilation visited on them by the 1968ers. Older people can learn a lot from young people and really should “red pill” themselves and support young people in their attempt to survive and to hold the flame of western culture.

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      Admin 1 year ago

      Thank you very much Oz Fogey! Very appreciated 🙂

      I take it you are from Australia? I hear you guys had some Identitarian candidates elected, that is great!

      I indeed hope that all the generations will red pill themselves and resist that which continuing 68-erism would yeild. I know there are folks in their 70’s and 80’s I talk to who are waking up, so if that is the case I think anyone can do so.

      Thank you again for commenting- please continue to visit the site and feel free to email with any other feedback, tips on stories, etc 🙂


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