Discussing The Rats of Nationalism On The Stark Truth

Robert Stark talks to Brandon Adamson about his new book The Rats of Nationalism. Purchase it on Amazon.

Link to podcast

Topics:

-The board game Candy Land and how it relates to political dissidents

-How Brandon has never been into conspiracy theories but became interested in this topic after first hand experience on social media

-How most people’s conception of fed infiltrator is mistaken and incomplete

-How the proliferation of certain memes, political figures and ideas is not entirely organic

-Pinksheet Yang; de-radicalizing dissident rightest, giving them a path back into respectable society

-Easily programmable people

-How psyop motivations are often counter-intuitive(example of modern art)

-The various film references in the book including The Secret of NIMH, which served as an inspiration for this book

-The problems with anonymity

-Why Brandon was never interested in activism

-The symbolism of the color blue

-The importance of being sincere and real

The Rats of Nationalism

A speculative odyssey into the challenges contemporary political dissidents face from subversive infiltration and psychological manipulation on social media. Though primaily focused on the nationalist community, the ideas and revelations dealt with in this book should be of interest to authentic activists from any corner of the political compass.

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Skytrain to Nowhere

Available in Paperback here

and eBook (pdf) here

Skytrain to Nowhere is an imagination driven and esoteric volume of free-form poetry. The book documents the author’s experiences, thoughts and observations while riding the skytrain at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport over the period of several weeks. Since the skytrain is only designed to transport travelers between various terminals and parking facilities at the airport, someone spending nearly 50 hours riding it purely for recreation and artistic inspirational purposes is highly unusual (to put it mildly.) Aside from occasional quirky anecdotes about various passengers, the poems mostly deal with themes of motion, the passage of time, and nostalgia. The author grapples with these issues from a retro-futurist perspective. Skytrain to Nowhere celebrates the realization that our vitality hinges on our ability to always keep moving, while recognizing we are unwilling or unable to leave some things behind on the journey.

Purchase Skytrain to Nowhere on Amazon.