As promised, the panel talks about the GQ (Gypsy Question) in this episode, which is shorter than usual because of technical difficulties and Pete’s personal obligations.
But we also discuss the Soylent Question, the multiracial future of Europe as well as the developments in the French election. Today also marks the day of death of the Nazbol meme.
The panel discusses various news items before delving into the results of the First round of the French presidential election. Among other things are discussed the latest kebab prank in France, the leadership of the AfD, security concerns over the celebration in Norway of the 17th of May, kebabs and antisemitism, a purple-haired Finnish feminist deconstructs normativity in sexuality and tactical nihilism in debates.
No Barbute this week. The panel delves into the usual news before discussing a discussion featured in a YouTube video by Roaming Millenial in a second part. Are discussed in this episode conflict inside the AfD, the question of media concentration, the attack on the Dortmund bus, soccer (and sportsball), suspect in an attempt to attack Oslo arrested, how the French flag is banned from the campaign spots for the upcoming election, Marine Le Pen’s latest controversial comment regarding the echokin. Afterwards we discuss various points and arguments made on a roundtable discussion featuring Greg Johnson and Millenial Woes versus Roaming Millenial and That Guy T.
Video in question: bit.ly/2p5Ahv9
Intro: Palâstinalied feat. Moly
Recent happenings were numerous, which made for easy content this week. We talked about the St. Petersburg bombings, the Stockholm attack, virtue-signalling on social media, Islam & Kebabs, the Gibraltar situation, latest presidential debate in France, the great shutting down of a Soros University in Hungary and we finish with a few comments on Dr. Jordan B. Peterson’s comments on the alt-right.
Florian Geyer is joined by Co-hosts Natt Danelaw and Greve Hans, along with honored guest Amp9k to discuss Denmark, it’s politics, culture, and society. Featuring Special Kali Yuga News reports on the situation in Sweden and Syria.
Music used for this week: Simonopetras Monastery Choir – Psalm 22. The Lord is my Shepherd, NSDK – Division Danmark – Højt oppe i Norde, Florian Geyer Lied.