Alternative Right's Chief Editor, Colin Liddell takes a walk around his local Scottish country park, while musing on the year past and the one that has just begun. Ignoring interruptions from dog walkers and wildlife, he delves into the history of the place, while also pondering the significance of Donald Trump, the ideological vacuity of Conservatism, and the deeply regressive nature of Leftism. Other topics include the difference between "troll points" and ideological principles, and the need for the Alt-Right to assert its hegemony over concepts like "humanism," "progress," and "modernity" that have been erroneously associated with the Left.
- Eglington Country Park
- The Eglington Tournament
- Sculptor James Gibson
- Scotland of the Vandals, a photo essay by Colin Liddell
- Year-end podcast with Kevin MacDonald and Andy Nowicki
- Music by Colin Liddell
00:00 Intro Music
00:30 The year behind, the year ahead
05:30 Eglington Country Park
08:50 Trump's protectionism as a healthy form of welfarism
13:15 "Ye Maunna Tramp on the Scotch Thistle, Laddie"
16:40 Eglington Castle and Tournament
19:55 The limits of globalism
29:40 Ideological purity and "troll points"
32:15 Not all nationalisms are equal
35:10 Progress, Modernity, and Humanism as Alt-Right concepts
41:45 The Standing Stones
43:15 Outro music
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