Myth of the 20th Century: 2018 – Year in Review

As the Trump administration unraveled bits of the Neocolonial American Empire in Korea and Syria, the death of John McCain and George HW Bush represented a shift in American politics in 2018 away from overseas aggression and more towards pro-worker trade deals and border security at home. And while the prospects for online activism have met with fierce censorship and deplatforming of the likes of Alex Jones on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, heads of those same corporate tech giants were subpoenaed before Congress, and the Yellow Vest movement that began in France continues to sweep the European Continent in protest of Globalism as the UN attempts to force those countries to sign a pact allowing more 3rd world migration into Europa. In this record-length show, we attempt to sort through it all and wish you the best for 2019.

— Brought to you by —

Very special guests Borzoi @borzoombers and Titus @fromremtowake

The Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 103 – 2018 – Year in Review

— References —

– Return to Paradise, Ruben (1998)
– A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History, Wade (2014)
– Boston Isn’t Strong. Boston Is Scared Sh*tless., Schreckinger (2015) –
– Korea – The Never Ending War, Myth of the 20th Century (2017) –
– Even the Women’s March Apology Erases Jewish Women, Pidlis (2018) –
– Massive Intel Vulnerabilities Just Landed — And Every PC User On The Planet May Need To Update, Brewster (2018) –
– Norway Used NSA Technology for Potentially Illegal Spying, Moltke (2018) –
– Amazon Doesn’t Just Want to Dominate the Market—It Wants to Become the Market, Mitchell (2018) –
– Scientists stumbled upon a plastic-eating bacterium—then accidentally made it stronger, Patel (2018) –
– Trump threatens to ‘VETO’ massive spending bill with just hours to go before a government shutdown, Bryan (2018) –
– Supreme Court Bars Human Rights Suits Against Foreign Corporations, Liptak (2018) –
– How a Pentagon Contract Became an Identity Crisis for Google, New York Times (2018) –
– My Review in Taki’s Magazine of Geneticist David Reich’s “Who We Are and How We Got Here”, Sailer (2018) –
– US leaving UN Human Rights Council — ‘a cesspool of political bias’, Koran (2018) –
– Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in same-sex wedding cake case, Vogue (2018) –
– Supreme Court’s conservative justices uphold Ohio’s voter purge system, Lopez (2018) –
– A Record $2.5 Trillion in Mergers Were Announced in the First Half of 2018, Grocer (2018) –
– Blacklisted – A Million Dollar Extreme Documentary, Porsalin (2018) –
– The Last Flight of the White Man, Chapman (2018) –
– E. Michael Jones: “What Happened to the Irish?”, Granville Thorndyke (2018) –
– Trump Issues Executive Order Freezing Pay Rate for Federal Workers, Neto (2018) –
– USTR Finalizes Tariffs on $200 Billion of Chinese Imports in Response to China’s Unfair Trade Practices, USTR (2018) –
– NPC Meme Deserves “Person Of The Year 2018” For Exposing Liberal Automatons, Durden (2018) –
– Democrats Rank Amazon As Their Most Trusted American Institution, Below Military, Simonson (2018) –
– Cancer-linked Chemicals Manufactured by 3M Are Turning Up in Drinking Water, Acker (2018) –
– Exclusive: The Pentagon’s Massive Accounting Fraud Exposed, Lindorff (2018) –
– This man just crossed Antarctica alone — and in record time, Erickson (2018) –
– The Charter-School Teachers’ Strike in Chicago Was ‘Inevitable’, Escobar and Wong (2018) –
– Why We Miss the WASPs, Douthat (2018) –
– The WASP Question – Evolution and Future Prospects of the Invisible Race, Myth of the 20th Century (2018) –
– Trump Tower wiretapping allegations –