Beyond The Wall 40 With John C. Wright

Editor’s note: We had some problems with the audio file as we were recording the show. I did my best to try to clean the audio out and make it as listenable as possible, so I hope it is not completely horrible for our listeners, my apologies in advance if is not to your liking. -Paul

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On Catalan Independence: Now it is Time to Make War

Of late, sophistry has taken hold: Catalan separatists are everywhere lauded, with Spain characterised as a repressive state that has yet to abandon its Francoist past. A nation that could be counted amongst Europe’s oldest is derided by internal traitors and external agitators; these figures see no value in it, instead pushing for its dismantlement under the familiar slogans of self-determination and the dret a decidir.

In pursuit of their long-awaited separation from l’Estat espanyol, the nationalist movement has sought to usurp la Diada (11 September), turning the commemoration of a royalist, pro-Habsburg capitulation into the baptismal date of an oppressive and ever-centralising Spanish state inherently hostile to Catalan culture, language, and interests.

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The Catalonia Question

Article by Tercio originally publish at La Derecha Alternativa’s blog.
The issue of Catalonian independence is heating up, both in the normie sphere and in the confines of the alternative right. Everyone from Edward Snowden and Julian Assange to AltRight.com is weighing in. The first two being in favor the last (at least that article) against it. But everyone is wrong, Assange is wrong, Snowden is wrong and AltRight.com’s Vincent Law is wrong, I’m right, listen to me.

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Beyond The Wall Episode 34 Trap Futurism Part I

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This is the first part of a two part episode on Puerto Rico and esoteric Evolianism. In THIS episode we talk to Aureliano and Jiyotishi, two Hispanogoyim from Puerto Rico, about…well, about the island of Puerto Rico, its history both under the Spanish and the US, how Puerto Ricans see their relation to the United States and especially about how most people in the US that call themselves Puerto Ricans actually aren’t. Come learn about the glorious history of this country that, under the Spanish, repeatedly defeated the British and the Dutch.

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