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Wed., Apr. 6: Interview with Keith Preston

Robert Stark and Keith Preston discuss political movements and ideologies; economic alternatives to current system; economic and political localism

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  1. Just listened to the interview, great job, I think you managed to get a lot of important points though in a limited time. I was glad to hear you address the relationship between the corporate establishment and the P.C. movement. I wish you would have elaborated on this a bit more. I’m sure most people believe, as I did for a long time, that the corporations make concessions to the P.C. community because it is easier and cheaper and better P.R. than to fight them. When the reality is that the corporate establishment was instrumental is creating the P.C. mentality and movement.

    The interviewer seemed excited about and interested in the National-Anarchist movement, it seems as though the traditional Outsider-Right is beginning to recognize the promise and validity of this position.

    What kind of response do you usually get when you do one of these interviews with one of these types of venues?

  2. “I’m sure most people believe, as I did for a long time, that the corporations make concessions to the P.C. community because it is easier and cheaper and better P.R. than to fight them. When the reality is that the corporate establishment was instrumental is creating the P.C. mentality and movement.”

    I agree that’s an important issue, because so many people are confused about the question. Corporate interests are thought of as “right-wing” and therefore many people think PC couldn’t possibly have anything to do with corporations. But PC complements the interests of a corporate class that desires a global economy, a multicultural state fueled by mass immigration, and a large, educated, managerial bureaucratic class to administer the state corporate apparatus. Plus, as I mentioned in interview, PC is a means by which the corporate class attempts to secure the loyalty of the rising upper middle class of urban professionals, elite members of traditional minority groups, etc.

    “What kind of response do you usually get when you do one of these interviews with one of these types of venues?”

    Generally favorable, though some “far right” types regard me as an anarchist infiltrator into the WN or paleocon milieu the same way the left-anarchists sometimes regard me as an infiltrator into their scene. I’m not trying to win everyone, only those who are likely to be receptive to our message.

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