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Blackshirt Blues - Episode Six (8/22/2017)
In this episode of the Blackshirt Blues, Davis and Drummond discuss the fundamental flaws of democracy.
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Reformationist Roundtable # 4: From Trump to Biden
Host Anthony Drummond:
Participants: Joshua Noyer, Jesse Drummond, and Mark Dasacco.
Journey Into the Heart of the Decalogue: Principle # 4, Rights and Responsibilities
Participants: Joshua Noyer, John Savage, and Elliot Girardi
Communism of Capital - The Real Issue Before the People
Read Along: https://www.nationalreformation.org/post/communism-of-capital-the-real-issue-before-the-people
Written by John Davis
Narrated by Joshua Noyer
Davis, John (1892). Pp 30-32. In The People's cause. Boston, MA: Arena Pub.
More about Populism: https://www.nationalreformation.org/chronicles/categories/populism-1
Journey Into the Heart of the Decalogue: Principle # 3, Virtue
Participants: Joshua Noyer, Brandon Lenig, John Savage, and Marianne Savage.
Conspiracism, Ideals, and Systems
Read Along: https://www.nationalreformation.org/post/conspiracism-ideals-and-systems
Written and Narrated by Joshua Noyer
From the Article: American democracy, at its core, is about the value of an act in itself. Absent the State, the lack of restraint by a governing force is looked upon as a good in itself, hence the value put upon our supposed right to “freedom of speech”, regardless of the content or volume of the speech concerned.
More from Noyer: https://www.nationalreformation.org/chronicles/categories/noyers-thoughts
So they have a decent message, but there is just so much wrong with the way they are trying to go about building a message. For one, just a quick recommendation, the mic quality isn’t too great, but when it comes to the actual party, I’d say for one they need to start aiming to find the Fascist Youth, and to allow them to make a change, to teach them. Also, this party seems like less of a original party, and more of a word for word knockoff of Italian fascism. Fascism sparked in many places, with each country having its own fascist ideals. Sure, Italy created fascism, but other countries grew on that idea.