Friday, 8 May 2015


In his latest "Nameless" Podcast, Andy Nowicki, a proud and unabashed "free speech absolutist" reflects upon the phenomenon of censorship by proxy, whereby those with "unacceptable" opinions or beliefs are commonly hounded by Establishment-engendered lynch mobs, while the demagogues all the while maintain a glib plausible deniability concerning the fact that they're behaving like censorious tyrants. Lastly, Andy considers Richard Spencer's recent take on how "there is always a line to be drawn" when it comes to free speech. Is there a line, really? Andy says no fuckin' way.

Listen here, ye fire-yeller:


Read Richard Spencer's take on the alleged limits of free speech (see item 5).
Read Andy Nowicki's February article on Hans and Sophie Scholl.
Find out about Andy Nowicki's book Notes Before Death
Find out about Andy Nowicki's book Confessions of a Would-be Wanker.

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