I was recently interviewed for Robert Stark’s radio show. The format was conducted by him, and I answered his various questions. It lasts about one hour. I don’t yet have a transcript of it. Let me know if you think I should make one.
- “Liberal race realism”; the definition of racism
- Critique of White nationalism and positive White identity
- Immigration and its affects on demographics, the economy, and environment; urban sprawl and destruction of wilderness in California
- The flaws of libertarianism and Capitalism; Wall Street and financial parasitism
- Zionism, anti-Semitism vs. rational criticism of Jewish culture and political activism
I would like critiques not only on the content of my responses, but my style too. A listener said I’m a bad speaker. Well, I’m a writer, not a speaker. But anyway, any critiques on speaking style are welcome. Also, what personality and emotions come through? Mean, nasty, unpleasant, hostile, or warm, pleasant, friendly? Relaxed, calm, nervous, excitable, indifferent? Any words you can think of along those lines, go for it.
So far one responder said I didn’t seem interested in the comments the interviewer asking. That’s painful. Another said that I sounded laid back and casual, which seems right on the head of the nail.