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Porkins Policy Radio episode 162 JG Michael on the Evolution of the Right-Wing Movement: From Moldbug to Gavin McInnes

This week J.G. Michael of Parallax Views joined me to discuss the current state of the right-wing movement. J.G. started out by talking about the intellectual roots of the far right and how that has evolved over the years. He touched on lesser known but highly influential people like Curtis Yarvin and Hans-Hermann Hoppe. J.G. also talked about the role that silicon valley and tech culture within the neoreactionary movement.

Later we discussed right-wing front man Gavin McInnes and his political gang the Proud Boys. We talked about his recent speech at the Met Club where he reenacted the murder of socialist Inejiro Asanuma by right-wing nationalist Otoya Yamaguchi. J.G. discussed how the Proud Boys fit into this complex milieu. We talked about their role as the Republican Parties brown shirts. Later we talked about punk music and some of their connections to the far right. We ended by talking about some of the real people behind these dangerous groups who are merely using McInnes and others as fronts.

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Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael Ep. 30: Pearse Redmond on The Sordid Saga of Jeffrey Epstein, Pt. 2: The Details

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On this edition of Parallax Views you’ll hear the second part of a conversation with Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review and the Open Minds Foundation on the sordid saga of disgraced billionaire and child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

In this edition we delve into some of the other players in this sordid story. You’ll hear the major characters who have aided and abetted Epstein, such as Ghislaine Maxwell, Sarah Kellen, Lesley Groff, and Natalya Malyshev, as well as a web of connections that tie figures like Roger Stone and Mike Cernovich, at least in nominal, peripheral way, to the scandalous world of Jeffrey Epstein.

From there we delve into the latest chapter in the Epstein Saga, namely Steve Bannon recent low-key, secretive meeting with the disgraced billionaire. This leads us down another rabbit hole in the form of the Bannon voter fraud house, or as some would call it the Bannon meth and porn house due to what was found in it. It’s a story that’s truly stranger than fiction.

All this and more in part two of Parallax Views conversation with Pearse Redmond on the Sordid Saga of Jeffrey Epstein. You won’t want to miss this!

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Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael : Ep. 29 Pearse Redmond on The Sordid Saga of Jeffrey Epstein, Pt. 1: The Overview

From Parallax Views

On this edition of Parallax Views you’ll hear the first part of a conversation with Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review and the Open Minds Foundation on the sordid saga of disgraced billionaire and child sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Much has been made of Jeffrey Epstein, often refered to as the “Billionaire Pedophile”, by right-wing pundits due to his connections with Bill Clinton. However, mum’s the word when it comes to Epstein’s relationship to current President of the United States. We begin by giving a brief summary of who Epstein is for listeners who may not be familiar with him. Pearse unpacks how Epstein first came on the radar as a sex offender before discussing the often overlooked relationship between Epstein and Trump. From there we dive into the Palm Beach police force and FBI’s involvement in the Epstein case as well as a discussion of the possible psychology behind Epstein’s sex offences. Pearse points out a number of details about how Epstein has deflected criticism, the manipulative tactics Epstein used to perpetrate his crimes, and Epstein’s targeting of young girls from lower income neighborhoods. In particular, Pearse highlights the massive power imbalances in the relationships between Epstein and the underage girls he sought out.

We then delve more into Epstein’s background, which is decidedly of a working class/poorer strata than old money elites, and how this may factor into his psychology. Pearse and I note the extravagant image that Epstein, like Trump, has cultivated for himself as well as delving into Epstein’s need to climb the social ladder. Pearse delves into how Epstein went from a lower class status into the world of elites. This leads to a discussion of Epstein’s career in the financial career and philanthropic foundation which themselves seem to be colored by possibly shady chicanery including his being mentored by white collar ponzi scheme criminal Steven Hoffenberg.

In part two of the conversation we will take a deep dive into some of the other players in the sordid saga of Epstein’s child sex offences, the possible web of connections that tie Epstein to figures like Roger Stone, and the recent low-key, secretive meeting that took place between Epstein and right-wing man of infamy Steve Bannon.

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