Friday, June 26, 2009

I Talk Nock With Vyz on TOBE

My recent conversation with Vyzygoth on Think or Be Eaten regarding Memoirs of a Superfluous Man and other writings of Albert Jay Nock is now available for download at this link.

Thursday, June 18, 2009


Chip Berlet and Terry Gross got together today to discuss "wacky conspiracy theories" and why they make certain white men get trigger happy. Fortunately, those of us who doubt the Official Conspiracy Theory of Sept. 11, 2001 merely got the usual condescension from Berlet, who accuses us of "oversimplifying" and indulging in "magical thinking," and believing that everything will be peachy once the culprits are caught and convicted.

First of all, and most importantly, most of us who have taken more than a few spins on this planet realize that identifying the Real Criminals of 9/11 isn't going to solve a Goddamn thing. Knowing that the Official Story is crap is its own reward. It will not restore sexual potency or grow hair on a billiard ball. Nor will it feed all the starving children in Africa or provide me the money to buy the exquisite 1916 Steinway Model O I test-drove today. If such knowledge is power, it's like one of those batteries you make by sticking a penny in a potato.

Second of all, we don't hate anybody. We don't even mind dorky shills like Berlet (who used the word "milieu" at least three times today in an attempt to break Dave Emory's old record).

Lastly, we're not "lefties" or "righties," and although we're "whiteys," we're not "tighties." So who's oversimplifying now, eh Chipper?

Tuesday, June 16, 2009


The first minute is a psychedelic smorgasbord of Alex's verbal imagery--all by way of introducing renowned reptilian theorist David Icke. Yep. (Thanks to Vyz!)

Friday, June 05, 2009


UPDATE (6/15/2009): Herb talks about his top five books in an excellent program downloadable at THIS LINK.

Today I had a wonderful conversation with Gordon Comstock to discuss five books I consider indispensible. (I was feeling slightly taciturn--I spoke for only an hour and eight minutes.) The interview is already posted on Gordon's Ministry of Truth audio page, and may be downloaded from this link.

One of my main five is Albert Jay Nock's Memoirs of a Superfluous Man, now deplorably out of print--and commanding rather steep prices on such sites as ABE books. Fortunately, thanks to the Mises Institute, this excellent book may be downloaded in pdf format from this link.