Fast forward to about 3/4 through the show. It’s clearly an uneven match, but what I found interesting is how creepy Daryl Jenkins comes off when he fantasizes about mixing with whites and promoting miscegenation. Jenkins also mentions he’s got himself a mudshark.
Jared Taylor makes the point that “race is just one aspect of tribalism, but it’s an important one.” Debating is not easy. If you want to learn to debate, listen to this, and listen to the Jared Taylor debate against Tim Wise on youtube moderated by “Infidel Guy.”
I think debating well requires thousands of hours of practice. The best polemicists on our side are hands down Jared Taylor and Matt Parrott, though there is no audio of Matt debating people, just his replies to people in blog comments.
This week: Co-hosting with John Safran is Waleed Aly, lawyer, social commentator, broadcaster, musician and Muslim. Guests are; Samah Hadid, human rights activist talking about the identity and rights of Gay & Lesbian Muslims in Australia and abroad. Rock musicologist David Bridie talks about the ethics of musicians who ‘sell-out’ to big corporations by providing the soundtrack to ad campaigns. Known as the most dangerous man in America, Jared Taylor, is a self confessed ‘race realist’ who believes a philosophy that views race as a biological reality and advocates the separateness of racial groups. He’ll be having it out with Daryle Lamont Jenkins, an African-American who founded the One People’s Project. Mirakle Gotti, a half Tongan/half Nicaraguan rapper with a quick wit and antiestablishment perspective joins us for Religious Song of the Week.
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