Robert Stark Interviews Bay Area Guy about the New American Civil Wars

Superb interview with Bay Area Guy, a former commenter on this blog who went off with another frequent commenter here to form their own site, Occident Invicta. Many of the more conservative commenters here actually followed BAG and Dota over to their new site, which is quite ok by me.

This interview is superb, and I agree with most things that Bay Area Guy says here. I wish BAG would not be so serious, but maybe that’s just the way he is. Radical Centrism sounds like something I could really get behind, and maybe a lot of you commenters could too.

Interview here.

Robert Stark and co-host Alex von Goldstein talk to Bay Area-based blogger Bay Area Guy of Occident Invicta.

Topics include:

How Bay Area Guy is one of the Alt-Right’s few Bernie Sanders supporters.
How Bernie Sanders was the only candidate to not attend AIPAC, and Bay Area Guy’s view that the Alt-Right gave Trump a free pass for pandering to AIPAC and the Neocons.
How the most crucial aspect of Trump’s campaign is his role in expanding the Overton window and undermining the establishment.
How Trump supporters are primarily anti-establishment rather than conservative ideologues.
How Donald Trump is running to the left of Hillary Clinton and whether he will appeal to disaffected Sanders supporters.
Red State article about Trump Democrats “ruining” the GOP, who are described as racist Democrats who want handouts for White people.
The decline of Conservative Inc.
How the political coalitions on the left are also breaking down.
How Bernie Sanders undermines the Neoliberal/Social Justice Warrior Alliance.
Thomas Frank’s (What’s the Matter with Kansas?) new book Listen, Liberal: Or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People
Social Justice, Social Darwinism, and the Curious Case of SF’s Housing Squeeze
Steve Sailer’s article San Fran Whitening Plan.
The civil war among the Bay Area’s Left on the housing issue, including wealthy NIMBY‘s, anti-capitalist anti-gentrification activists, and pro-density groups such as BARF.
Michael Hudson’s book Killing the Host about the FIRE economy based on the Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate sectors.
London’s new Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan, and how Bay Area Guy views him as another Identitarian neoliberal like Obama.
The California Senate Race and how the Democratic front runner Kamala Harris also fits that mold.
Why Bay Area Guy views the Democratic runner-up Loretta Sanchez as preferable to Harris.
Senate Candidate Ron Unz’ Radical Centrist Platform, which combines the best aspects of the Left, Right, and Libertarianism, and how Radical Centrism is an emerging trend in politics.


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11 responses to “Robert Stark Interviews Bay Area Guy about the New American Civil Wars

  1. Another William Playfair

    Hispanics aren’t really violent people and honestly most wouldn’t notice them if not for the Idendetariam politics thing-acting like they own the place,etc. POC had a sweet deal that they could have kept but they picked the Poor White Victim giant and are now fucked

  2. Another William Playfair

    Read some of bag’s blog.
    I really think that this heritage and culture minutia stuff is played up. It’s non-Empirical, and high IQ people from 3rd world dumps don’t threaten the integrity of the west. Any monotheistic religion could have been a sub for Christianity…and that’s really only relevant at certain points.

  3. Tulio

    I wish BAG would post here again. I miss his presence here.

    • Another William Playfair Web

      No joke, and no confirmation bias in this statement;
      One of the few coherent Alt-Righters.

      Generally a pretty Intellectually pathetic movement.

    • Another William Playfair Web

      If BAG showed himself there would be pictures of him labeled with the star of David all over the internet-
      I bet you.
      He might even be the victims of Nordicism, but that seems to mainly apply to Italians and Spaniards (he’s Greek, I believe).

      • Hey William, I saw you’re response to that FreeRepublic article of Ali in PP’s comment section.

        I agree, that had nothing to do with him. I’ll admit it’s sad that a Veteran’s death was overshadowed, but that’s the Media. Ali was a notorious sportsmen in American pop culture, so of course in today culture his radical ideas of race would be over looked.

        Off course I’m just a Racist according to Jason who only really likes dem athletic niggas who know how to entertain, so of course I’ll defend someone like Ali this one time.

        BTW, look back on Robert’s article on 1960’s casual racism and look at what “Truthteller” said to Jason.

        Totally the same as me.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          On the Ali issue- Many conservatives are tempted to use his rhetoric as an example of the media double standard when it comes to racism- but I think it is impossible to Judge him using today’s standards, where we are all for the most part equally protected under the law, live and work together, MOSTLY get along, etc. I mean probably your average White in the early 1960s was either just as ‘racist’ (keep in mind it could just be his boisterous personality talking) as Ali, or still supported segregation because they were absolutely terrified of Blacks

          On the article’s sudden shift to Clinton- I personally never was a fan of her policies- thought her and her husband were massive DINOs, but the email stuff is basically conspiracy theory stuff (gonna have to throw Colin Powell and Condi in jail with her- they did exactly what she did).

          On Jason and Truthteller- I believe that Jason has had interactions with Blacks (at least a few) and probably is pretty neutral towards them- it’s just that he’s harassed by rednecks (perhaps because they are sheerly many more than Blacks- like a bell curve of Jackassery) and is so socially progressive to spite them.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          Although of course it’s simplistic to say “Liberals=Cultural Marxist”, and “conservatives=not” but many people like Jason see Black Republicans as tokens- and some are, while some are not.

          I.E. What has Herman Cain put forward policy wise? Had one or two good lines basically showing he understood economics- but created nothing original.Now, you take someone like Clarence Thomas, he has greatly influenced the conservative movement and has added policy ideas.
          Jason probably could not tell the difference between the two- simply because they are Black.

        • I agree. Actually if you look on Jewamongyou blog with Ali some prowhites actually agree with his views, except this one guy name Conrad.

          Looking on his blog he had horrible memories of Backs when he and his family were caught in the old riots of the 60’s/70’s.

          In regards to Jason I tried to see things on his side, and at a few instances it seems he comes around but he really doesn’t.

          A lot of times it seems he’s confused, so you assessment seems likely.

      • Gay State Girl

        Half German half Greek. He was a real voice of reason, he maintained a civil tone even when I wouldn’t. He knew where to pick his battles with Jews. He had real direction unlike the majority of disenfranchized white working class. The altreich would be lucky to have him as a leader.

        • Another William Playfair Web

          That’s awesome!

          I think a culture of the “more extreme the better” has really smashed these people- I mean that was the WN sphere prior to Trump- harder and harder core.
          Dylan Roof wanted to eliminate everyone except Europeans/Diaspora, Ashkenazim, and NE Asians. Eliminate. He was a product of this culture.

          It doesn’t exactly lead to a sensible movement. Even some of their leaders do not appear to be the sharpest tacks in the box- they’re just charismatic. They still repeat the mantras fed to them from elsewhere….

          I diss them too much, I’ve had good interactions with a few- but typically- not people you’d
          1. Want your children befriending
          2. You’d like to be around
          3. Want to meet in a dark alley at night.

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