John Tiffany: Mithridates VI of Pontus

John Tiffany: Mithridates VI of Pontus

John Tiffany, longtime associate, editor and researcher for The Barnes Review, provides an analysis of Mithridates VI, sometimes known as “The Great” who was a warrior against the Roman Senatorial Republic. He was the main opponent of Roman expansion in Greece. http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-140803/TS-1101198.mp3 Long before the nation was said to exist, this monarch and general was a…

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Russian National Socialism: Neplyuev and the Labor Brotherhood of the Holy Cross

Russian National Socialism: Neplyuev and the Labor Brotherhood of the Holy Cross

NN Neplyuev, who was a Christian and both nationalist and socialist. “Socialism” has been hijacked by Jewish materialists and revolutionaries who care little for society or labor. Socialism had always, prior to Marx, been an idealist and religious entity based on the idea of love. Love is the opposite of self-seeking. Cicero defined natural law…

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The Truth Behind the ‘Tsarist Pogroms’

The Truth Behind the ‘Tsarist Pogroms’

The story of the “Tsarist pogroms” is a familiar one. Stated in pious terms, the overpaid American history professor will intone that the “Russian Tsar” ordered his “Black Hundreds” to slaughter Jews for “no reason” in the cities of western Russia. https://ia801508.us.archive.org/2/items/TON080216/TON%20080216.mp3 Like all stories of this kind, it is not only false, but utterly…

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The Destruction of Yugoslavia

The Destruction of Yugoslavia

Slobodan Milosevic was officially exonerated for war crimes at the Hague last week and the story was buried in the New York Times, yet it is one of the most significant events of the last month. Tito’s Yugoslavia was not a Stalinist or Leninist state, it was not a centralized despotism, but a very interesting,…

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New TBR Podcast: Tsar Nicholas II, the Murder of a Great Man

New TBR Podcast: Tsar Nicholas II, the Murder of a Great Man

On July 17, 1918 the royal family of Russia were murdered and today’s podcast was recorded on the 98th anniversary of the crime. Tsar Nicholas is one of the greatest men of the 20th century. His reign was a success on all fronts. Industrial growth was extraordinary. Railroads were being laid throughout that huge country. Iron and steel production increased by about 156% between 1900-1913, while pig iron, or unprocessed iron, increased by almost 100%.

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New TBR Podcast: Trump’s Campaign and Elite-Financed Hate – What Does the Law Say?

New TBR Podcast: Trump’s Campaign and Elite-Financed Hate – What Does the Law Say?

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson investigates the terrorist campaign designed to intimidate Trump supporters and prevent them from attending his rallies. These enemies of free speech are breaking all sorts of laws with their behaviour, but because they are funded by big business and corporate interests they appear to be avoiding prosecution. There have been so…

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The Social Philosophy of Russian Orthodox Nationalism: Ivan Alexandrovich Ilyin

The Social Philosophy of Russian Orthodox Nationalism: Ivan Alexandrovich Ilyin

TBR’s Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson presents a podcast on Russian nationalist and royalist philosopher Ivan Alexandrovich Ilyin, refuting the Council on Foreign Relations defamation of him in their article “Putin’s Philosopher Ivan Ilyin and the Ideology of Moscow’s Rule”, while exploring some of his ideas about the relationship between the nation and the state. The…

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AFPs John Friend on Nationalist Radio

AFPs John Friend on Nationalist Radio

Matt Heimbach and John Friend have a conversation about race in the 2016 election cycle. In California, the local Republican Party has thrown itself behind “Lyin’ Ted Cruz” as a way to stop the rise of Donald Trump. At the rally there were protesters, some pro-Trump and others anti-Cruz but the event was overall low…

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