Undertow - A Podcast from Europa Terra Nostra
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Where is Europe heading? What problems must the European nations overcome together? Nationalists discuss the common path for a Europe of fatherlands. www.etnostra.com
#38 The American downfall and hope for rebirth
While the world focuses on the end of NATO’s unsuccessful 20-year military campaign in Afghanistan, one question remains – what is the future of American foreign policy?
There were few better and more suitable guests to answer that question on this week's episode of the Undertow podcast than William Johnson. Not only is Johnson a successful attorney from the United States, but he is also the Chairman of the American Freedom Party.
Johnson explains the background of the War in Afghanistan, pointing out the sole beneficiaries of the 20-year long conflict – the longest war in US history, and one which ultimately resulted in a victory for the Taliban. Johnson will also assess how American society has changed since the 1960s up to today, and how drugs and social despair has ruined so many young American lives through the decades. Although Johnson describes a rather pessimistic future for the USA, he still points out the more positive changes in American society, as well as the growth of a new – and young – nationalist movement within the nation.
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#37 Observing Europe through American eyes
Sometimes the best insights are given by outsiders. This is particularly true when it comes to the guest of this week's Undertow podcast. John Morgan is the former editor at Arktos Publishing and is currently a writer for Counter-Currents. On the podcast, he talks about the political and social climate in Hungary (where he currently resides), how Jobbik transformed itself into an anti-Orban party that is closely aligned with the anti-nationalist coalition, and the upcoming elections in Hungary next year, when the Hungarian people will decide if they wish to remain a beacon of sovereignty in Europe or dance to the tunes of Brussels.
Morgan also shares his views on the American and European political party systems, what the word fascism actually represents today and what the future of nationalism for America and Europe is. Morgan also discusses his views on the everlasting issue of mass immigration, the Great Replacement, the effects of so-called “assimilation” and the naturalization of non-Europeans into European society. All this and more to feature in this week's Undertow podcast!
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#36 The Migration Myth
Immigration from non-Western countries is the biggest problem for Europe. The globalists on the left and right constantly repeat the same fallacies as to why we need more immigrants. They create a fiction instead of facing reality when it comes to crime. In fact, when it comes to crime, they try to obscure the truth in Orwellian fashion as much as they can – they simply make it impossible to find out the real factual truth.
We are joined by Joseph Oxfield (www.clovisinstitute.org) to discuss his two books “The Migration Myth” and “Forbidden Statistics”. Having lived in Luton, he has seen a glimpse of what the future holds for Europe. His frustration comes from the lack of proper debate on the topic, why are all opponents of immigration supposedly racists and xenophobes? If anything, his works show that the globalists are the xenomaniacs.
We also discuss a petition against this new migration pact which has been initiated by Europa Terra Nostra. Please visit our official website www.etnostra.com and sign the petition against the New Pact on Migration & Asylum.
Take a stand for your country! Take a stand for Europe!
#35 EU Migration Pact – A Call for Action!
For the past 12 months, the global media have reported predominantly on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic non-stop. Although the pandemic had been at the very forefront of global news for almost the entirety of 2020, there have since been several other news-worthy moments to have emerged from the previous 12 months, including the UK’s leaving of the European Union, the revival of the Black Lives Matter movement and the US Presidential Election. However, there have also been events which the mainstream media has remained relatively silent on.
The migration crisis which shook Europe in recent years was suddenly no longer covered by the mainstream media. It would almost seem as if the mainstream media and pro-immigration governments are attempting to pretend that the problem of mass migration had simply disappeared. This could not be further from the truth. In September 2020, the European Union formally unveiled its New Pact on Migration & Asylum, which threatens not only EU member states, but also Europe as a whole.
In this episode of Undertow, we welcome Sascha Roßmüller from Germany to see exactly what lies behind this new migration pact, and why the presentation of this pact is so significant. The danger that this migration pact presents for our respective homelands is greater than it initially seems. Roßmüller also talks about the content of the pact itself, its inevitable negative consequences for Europe and the problems of tomorrow, such as a rapidly-growing populations of Africa and Asia, the declining population of Europe, the transformation of Europe into a multicultural continent and the decline of the nation-state itself.
We also discuss a petition against this new migration pact which has been initiated by Europa Terra Nostra. Please visit our official website and sign the petition against the New Pact on Migration & Asylum.
Take a stand for your country! Take a stand for Europe!
#34 Repetition of History – Spain in Crisis
Even if the political left desires to define our present times as the definitive age of the end of history – where only steady economic progress is the force that drives a global society onward – Spain, its history and its current political situation proves once again the opposite.
Joining Undertow podcast host Ivan Bilokapic is Gonzalo Martin from Spain. Gonzalo Martin, who has been politically active since his early teenage years, and who is one of the most outspoken of Spanish nationalists, talks about the historic heritage of Spain, the deeply divided Spanish society which is still haunted by its past and its civil war from the 1930s.
Gonzalo Martin talks about the joint efforts of communists and globalists which try to dismantle Spain and its rich and valuable heritage, which is an inseparable and crucial part of Western civilization. The separatist movements in Catalonia are exposed by Gonzalo Martin as a fake kind of nationalism that desires to rip Catalonia away from Spain and turn it into a multicultural colony of the European Union. Gonzalo Martin speaks out on the issues which nationalists have had to face in Spain, the difficulties they have had to master and the uncertain future of the Spanish nation.
Will the nationalists in Spain regain their influence and set the stage for a new Reconquista of their homeland? Tune in and find out!
#33 The Case of GameStop & Guidelines to an Alternative Society
As the world witnessed the unprecedented scale of the scandal that shook the stock market, the GameStop case is proof that if ordinary people unite and combine their collective efforts, even the seemingly untouchable financial behemoth that is Wall Street can fall. Here to discuss this latest event with Undertow podcast host Ivan Bilokapic is Europa Terra Nostra chairman Dan Eriksson.
Eriksson, who followed the GameStop case, talks about the significance of the scandal and points out how the financial market, social media and politics are all connected. Dissidents appear not only in the political sphere, but also in the economic sphere. In this regard, Eriksson talks about crypto-currencies, their significance and overall potential role in the building of an alternative system to the one that dominates today’s international banking and economy, and the apparent threat that alternative social media platforms represent for monopolies such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter etc.
Tune in to find out more in this week's Undertow!