Poor Boy’s Horology Podcast – PILOT episode

Poor Boy’s Horology Podcast – PILOT episode

  This is the pilot episode of the Poor Boy’s Horology Podcast, a podcast on and about watch collecting. Featuring Timex, Rolex, and everything in between, the host’s personal watch collection is reviewed in this episode. Future episodes will cover subjects such as military watches, soviet era watches, Rolex alternatives, finding Rolex watches on a…

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A Conversation With Musician Alison Chabloz

A Conversation With Musician Alison Chabloz

The gatekeepers of information, aware of the power of song to expose their propaganda, have taken preemptive steps to shut down British singer Alison Chabloz. “I’m the only singer in modern British history who’s actually been put in prison for singing songs that nobody was forced to listen to,” says Chabloz. By Dave Gahary Uber-talented…

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The Sexual Revolution in Old Russia

The Sexual Revolution in Old Russia

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson brings us a new Orthodox Nationalist, this week looking at the pre-revolutionary sexual liberation movement in Russia. The death of Nicholas I in the midst of the Crimean War signaled the start of the revolution. The abolition of serfdom in 1861 (just a few years later) seemed to hammer the final nail…

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The Koliivshchyna Rebellion of 1764

The Koliivshchyna Rebellion of 1764

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson presents another edition of the Orthodox Nationalist, this time dealing with the Koliivshchyna rebellion, sometimes called the Haidamak revolt, which began in 1768. It’s spiritual foundation was the Abbot of the Motronynskyi (or Motroninsky) Monastery near Chyhyryn in western Ukraine, Abbot Melchizedek (Jaworski). In this powerful address, Dr. Johnson calls on the…

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The Orthodox Nationalist: The Effect of Eurasianism on Geopolitics

The Orthodox Nationalist: The Effect of Eurasianism on Geopolitics

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson presents a podcast on the theory of Eurasianism and the effect it has on Geopolitics. Alexander Dugin and his intellectual forebears are often very misunderstood by the West. The average American seems incapable of sustained thought on anything and hence, they remain “masses” rather than actual people. https://archive.org/download/TON120716/TON%20120716.mp3 The essential divide…

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