Robert Stark interviews Keith Preston about the New Political Paradigm

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Robert Stark and co-host Alex von Goldstein talk to Keith Preston of Attack the System

Topics include:

Keith’s essay Crossroads 2016: Where do we go from here
How Hillary Clinton is the perfect manifestation of the totalitarian humanist convergence, combining militarism, plutocracy, and police statism with ostensibly liberal and progressive values as an ideological cover
How the antiwar, civil libertarian, and labor-oriented sections of the Left have become increasingly alienated from both the Democratic Party and the liberal establishment
The present day political alignments that have emerged because of the rise of totalitarian humanism
How the Donald Trump phenomena represents a stirring of the populist right and the sinking middle class
How some on the antiwar left now favor Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton
How Donald Trump’s political strategy has adopted aspects of Keith’s essay “Liberty and Populism
The new left-wing of the ruling class that has emerged from outside the ranks of the traditional WASP elites
The ten core demographics of a radical or revolutionary movement in North America
Libertarianism, the death of Ron Paul’s Paleo-libertarian Movement, Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson, and how he’s basically a Rockefeller Republican
The popular Five Star Movement in Italy which has successfully combined liberal, conservative, and libertarian positions
The rise of Radical Centrist and synergist politics in Europe and whether that will spread to the United States
The Managerial Revolution
How the Secret of Swiss Success Is Decentralization and the Canton Sytem
How decentralized systems are much more stable and successful since there’s far less risk of a mistaken policy being imposed on a one-size-fits-all basis
The misconception that decentralist are luddites, and how decentralization in compatible with urbanism and technology
Norman Mailer, and his plan to make New York City into an independent decentralized City State
Social credit and the necessity of a Basic Income


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