On the December 16, 2012 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I interviewed Professor Kevin MacDonald in the first hour, and provided commentary in the first half of the second hour.
We discussed the following issues:
- His 1998 prediction: “The United States is well on the road to being dominated by an Asian technocratic elite and a Jewish business, professional, and media elite.“
- His alternative political party, the American Third Position Party
- His publications, the Occidental Observer and the Occidental Quarterly
- Challenging the double standard that it’s OK for every ethnic group except for white people to have ethnic pride, and those Jewish groups who take exception with this, while having members who hypocritically express Jewish ethnic pride.
- Challenging the deliberate distortion of “too many white men” in the power structure, while deliberately failing to point out the disproportionate representation of Jewish men (and women), with specific reference to this November 28, 2012 episode of Ontario’s public broadcaster’s show, The Agenda with Steve Paikin.
- A Jewish professor at Harvard taking exception with the alleged overrepresentation of Asian students at Harvard, while omitting the documented greater overrepresentation of Jewish students at Harvard, with reference to their declining academic performance over the past decade.
- Canada’s weekly magazine, Maclean’s November 2010 front page cover, “Too Asian?”, as a steam valve release, and I mused as to what the response would be had the title been “Too Jewish?”, with pictures of prominent Jewish bankers or Jewish media personalities
- The double standard of many Zionist Jews in favouring mass immigration of various groups into the United States and other Western countries, while being against mass non-Jewish immigration into Israel
In the second hour, I covered the CBC propaganda article, Neil MacDonald: The dismantling of the Tea Party. and provided some commentary on Lee Rogers’ upcoming final broadcast of Live Free or Die Radio on December 21, 2012.