Show Notes

Caribbean Rhythms Episode 1-5:

Semmelweis’s Library of BAP-exandria (1-5)

Episode 1: Pilot

1. Cretino-America and the takeover of the Anglo machine by non-Anglos. BAP doesn’t mention any specific sources, but I think the classic text on this is The Dispossessed Majority by Wilmot Robertson. Cuckservative by Vox Day and John Red Eagle is also very good and more up to date. Although I have not read it myself, I hear that Samuel Huntington’s Who Are We? is a good treatment of the Anglo roots of America.

2. Hadamar Asylum. BAP mentions this in passing.

3. Dominique Venner. Two of his books have been translated into English and are available from Arktos. The Shock of History is a series of interviews meant as an introduction to his work. For A Positive Critique is an important manifesto he wrote in 1961. For those who read French there are many other works, which will hopefully be translated in the future.

Venner was a member of the OAS

The Pied-Noir in Algeria

4. Karl Haushofer. BAP mentions him in passing as another example of someone who, like Venner, committed a kind of Western seppuku.

5. Pink Panther scenes, Inspector Clouseau fights with Cato.
Many different scenes, collected on YouTube.

6. John Podesta taunts Julian Assange with lobster risotto

7. Emmanuel Macron and the Benalla Affair

Episode 2: Angola, Angola!

Luanda, capital of Angola, most expensive city in the world

Jeffrey Epstein – a cat’s paw operation, but for who?
I think one of the best sources on Epstein is Whitney Webb’s reporting
Ryan Dawson has also done very good research on this

Lucky Luciano and the CIA
Good video overview here:

Various occult groups and sects mentioned in passing
Rosicrucians, Ismaili sect, Frankists, Carpocratians, Cathars
Cathars – see Episodes 19 and 32

The underworld runs the show since at least 1950.
See the works of Peter Dale Scott (inventor of the term “Deep State”) many books and articles
Also journalist Daniel Hopsicker who has done much good research on govt links to drug trafficking and organized crime and has a forthcoming book called Gangster Planet
Hopsicker interview on Gangster Planet here:
Scott and Hopsicker are both leftists but they have some good information.

“We need capable scoundrels.” – Reminds me of Byron’s ideal of the cultured thug, as quoted by Jonathan Bowden.

“Truthfully, in this age those with intellect have no courage and those with some modicum of physical courage have no intellect. If things are to alter during the next fifty years then we must re-embrace Byron’s ideal: the cultured thug.”

Paul Le Roux:

The Mastermind by Evan Ratliff

Mark Thatcher, son of Margaret, in Zimbabwe’%c3%a9tat_attempt

Demographic projections are bullshit – I don’t have any sources on this. I seem to recall Second City Bureaucrat posted something on this but I don’t have it.

Penis disappearance hysteria Sudan

Carnation revolution in Portugal

Congo civil war after Mobutu in Zaire

Angolan civil war after decolonization

MPLA – Angolan faction supported by Soviets, pretended to be cosmopolitan internationalist

Gobineau on mulattoes and Slavs:
“It may be remarked that the happiest blend, from the point of view of beauty, is that made by the marriage of white and black. We need only put the striking charm of many mulatto, Creole, and quadroon women by the side of such mixtures of yellow and white as the Russians and Hungarians. The comparison is not to the advantage of the latter. It is no less certain that a beautiful Rajput is more ideally beautiful than the most perfect Slav.”

Portuguese, oldest colonialists, most devious of all, miscegenation as policy. Rhetoric: we are all mixed. Reality: racial hierarchy (same is seen in Cuba)

Cape Verde, one of the first colonies, created mulatto middleman class

Amilcar Cabral, Marxist rebel, criticized this Portuguese policy

Malcolm X on white liberals:
“The white liberals aren’t white people who are for independence, who are moral and ethical in their thinking. They are just a fraction of white people that are jockeying for power…They are fighting each other for power and prestige, and the one that is the football in the game is the Negro…The liberal elements of whites are those who have perfected the art of selling themselves to the Negro as a friend of the Negro. Getting sympathy of the Negro, getting the allegiance of the Negro, and getting the mind of the Negro. Then the Negro sides with the white liberal, and the white liberal use the Negro against the white conservative.

“So that anything that the Negro does is never for his own good, never for his own advancement, never for his own progress, he’s only a pawn in the hands of the white liberal. The worst enemy that the Negro have is this white man that runs around here drooling at the mouth professing to love Negros, and calling himself a liberal, and it is following these white liberals that has perpetuated problems that Negros have. If the Negro wasn’t taken, tricked, or deceived by the white liberal then Negros would get together and solve our own problems.”

Chinese involvement in Africa from 1960s on, in Angola and South Africa, Unita party in Angola

BONUS: Condensed malk around the world, Hong Kong malk tea

Episode 3 – What Ancient Grek Look Like?

Pope Francis in Argentina:

Christian marxism – Liberation theology:

In multi ethnic society all political life devolves to ethnic loyalties – attributed to a Lebanese politician. I can’t find the Lebanese but Lee Kuan Yew said something similar:

“Why should I be against democracy? The British came here, never gave me democracy, except when they were about to leave. But I cannot run my system based on their rules. I have to amend it to fit my people’s position. In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion. Supposing I’d run their system here, Malays would vote for Muslims, Indians would vote for Indians, Chinese would vote for Chinese. I would have a constant clash in my Parliament which cannot be resolved because the Chinese majority would always overrule them.”

John Murray Cuddihy – The Ordeal of CivilityNo Offense. Books on Amazon and online:

Reinhold Niebuhr, theologian and intellectual loved by strivers:

The Tupi cannibals of Brazil:

Jonah Goldberg “look at his face” – g00gle search at your own risk

Survival of nordic paganism in Eastern Europe:
Shamanic use of hallucinogen and urine drinking:

Balts, Lithuanians converted in 1300s, 1400s:

Neretvians / Narentines – Croatian pagan pirates converted 1300s:

The Mari / Cheremis people:

Goths=People of God, see Miguel Serrano, The Resurrection of the Hero

Invasion of Athens by a Celtic tribe in 200BC:

“Junk Bonds and Corporate Raiders” – Camille Paglia

Upper classes of Greece and Rome were blonde or red haired and light eyed

Indo-European Origins: The Anthropological Evidence by John V. Day

Article summary here:

Nietzsche “hic niger est”, Malus from word for ‘dark’

On the Genealogy of Morals, Essay 1, Section 5 (Kaufmann translation)
“With regard to our problem, which may on good grounds be called a quiet problem and one which fastidiously directs itself to few ears, it is of no small interest to ascertain that through those words and roots which designate “good” there frequently still shines the most important nuance by virtue of which the noble felt themselves to be men of a higher rank. Granted that, in the majority of cases, they designate themselves simply by their superiority in power (as “the powerful,” “the masters,” “the commanders”) or by the most clearly visible signs of this superiority, for example, as “the rich,” “the possessors” (this is the meaning of arya; and of corresponding words in Iranian and Slavic). But they also do it by a typical character trait: and this is the case that concerns us here. They call themselves, for instance, “the truthful;” this is so above all of the Greek nobility, whose mouthpiece is the Megarian poet Theognis. The root of the word coined for this, esthlos, signifies one who is, who possesses reality, who is actual, who is true; then, with a subjective turn, the true as the truthful: in this phase of conceptual transformation it becomes a slogan and catchword of the nobility and passes over entirely into the sense of “noble,” as distinct from the lying common man, which is what Theognis takes him to be and how he describes him—until finally, after the decline of the nobility, the word is left to designate nobility of soul and becomes as it were ripe and sweet. In the word kakos, as in deilos (the plebeian in contradistinction to the aga-thos), cowardice is emphasized: this perhaps gives an indication in which direction one should seek the etymological origin of agathos, which is susceptible of several interpretations. The Latin malus (beside which I set melas) may designate the common man as the dark-colored, above all as the black-haired man (“hic niger est—”), as the pre-Aryan occupant of the soil of Italy who was distinguished most obviously from the blond, that is Aryan, conqueror race by his color; Gaelic, at any rate, offers us a precisely similar case—fin (for example in the name Fin-Gal), the distinguishing word for nobility, finally for the good, noble, pure, originally meant the blond-headed, in contradistinction to the dark, black-haired aboriginal inhabitants.

“The Celts, by the way, were definitely a blond race; it is wrong to associate traces of an essentially dark-haired people which appear on the more careful ethnographical maps of Germany with any sort of Celtic origin or blood-mixture, as Virchow still does: it is rather the pre-Aryan people of Germany who emerge in these places. (The same is true of virtually all Europe: the suppressed race has gradually recovered the upper hand again, in coloring, shortness of skull, perhaps even in the intellectual and social instincts: stincts: who can say whether modern democracy, even more modern anarchism and especially that inclination for “commune” for the most primitive form of society, which is now shared by all the socialists of Europe, does not signify in the main a tremendous counterattack—and that the conqueror and master race, the Aryan, is not succumbing physiologically, too?

“I believe I may venture to interpret the Latin bonus as “the warrior,” provided I am right in tracing bonus back to an earlier duonus (compare bellum = duellum = duen-lum, which seems to me to contain duonus). Therefore bonus as the man of strife, of dissention (duo), as the man of war: one sees what constituted the “goodness” of a man in ancient Rome. Our German gut [good] even: does it not signify “the godlike,” the man of “godlike race”? And is it not identical with the popular (originally noble) name of the Goths? The grounds for this conjecture cannot be dealt with here.—”

Rome imported slaves from Libya and Syria:

Greek heroes all blonde –
from Who Were The Greeks? by Sir John Linton Myres

Fair Hair Among Heroes and Classical Greeks

Now Bacchylides in the fifth century describes the Spartans as fair; and alludes also twice to blond athletes at the Nemean Games. If Apollo was in any specific sense a “Dorian god,” his “golden” and “uncropped” hair, cele­brated by Pindar, would support the testimony of Bacchylides, the description in Herodotus of the Spartans combing their long hair before the last fight at Ther­mopylae, and the Homeric epithet trichaikes, which may mean “with waving hair,” on the one occasion when Dorians are mentioned in the poems. But Laconia, like all eastern Peloponnese, had been “Achaean” before it was “Dorian”; there were blond leaders among the Achaeans in Homer, and Menelaus king of Sparta was one of these; Pindar speaks collectively of the Homeric Danaans as “fair-haired” and Apollo, though not on the Achaean side in the Trojan War, was a great and well-known god. Clearly it was not the Spartans who introduced blondness into Peloponnese; though if they were themselves blond in Pindar’s time, their strict inbreeding after arrival makes it certain that they were already so when they came.”
“How far back can this blond strain be traced? When did it appear, and whence did it come? Pindar,” as we have seen, describes the Danaans of the Heroic Age as xanthokomoi “golden-haired,” in the war between Argos and Thebes traditionally dated late in the thirteenth century. This is the only ancient passage in which the word is used of a heroic people in general; and it is in retrospect, seven hundred years after the event. But there was reason for Pindar’s belief. In the Homeric poems, individual heroes are described as xanthoi, Menelaus, Achilles, Odysseus, Meleager, and also one woman, Agamedé, and one personage, Rhadamanthys, two generations ear­lier. In view of the significance of red hair as evidence of blond parentage, we must note here the name of Achilles’ son Neoptolemus, who was also called pyrrhos “red-head,” like his namesake and descendant in the third century; perhaps also Achilles’ friend Phoenix, for the epithet phoenix is applied to a bay horse and to the orange-flowered palm tree, as well as to “redskin” seafarers. Such epithets are only likely to be given when this kind of hair color is excep­tional. We may therefore be sure (as we are already en­couraged to be by the occurrence of red hair at all) that around these blond hero-families there was a predominant element that was dark, for example Eurybates, the herald of Odysseus, was “stooping at the shoulders, dark-skinned and curly headed,” in implied contrast with his lord.
“Only once is a hero described as dark-haired, and that is on the occasion when Athena’s divine magic destroyed and then restored the manly beauty of Odysseus, but whereas he was xanthos before the double change, he becomes “dark-skinned” after it, with “blue-black” beard, like that of his divine enemy Poseidon, or the hair of Sappho, long after, which Alcaeus described as “violet-dark.” Pindar later still uses the same word of the Muses.”

Thracians were red haired:

Athens imported Scythians as police:

The Rig Veda, Dasas and Aryans:

“The swarthy skin that Indra hates”

Race in Early Buddhism here (scroll down a bit):

The Dorians, the people from whom the Spartans were descended
A comprehensive source on the Dorians, also referenced by Julius Evola, is
The History and Antiquities of the Doric Race (2 volumes) by Karl Otfried Müller

Pelasgians, the pre-Aryan people of Greece

Greeks saw Socrates refuted by his ugliness – See Nietzsche, “The Problem of Socrates” in Twilight of the Idols

Socratic severing of the kaloskagathos (the Beautiful and Good) – See Hans F.K. Gunther, The Religious Attitudes of the Indo-Europeans
“The might or power of which the Indo-Europeans had a presentiment, this unity of the deity was split up by thinkers in the realm of human experience into the trinity of “The Good, the True and the Beautiful”, but in such a way that these ideas or words remained close neighbours in Hellas. Here and there with the later Hellenic-Roman thinkers the true could easily be understood as the good and the beautiful, aletheia could signify both intellectual truth as well as moral truth, and in the kalok’agathia the ideal of sifting and selection, of eugeneia or human disciplined, choice bodily beauty and moral fitness, and virtue (arete) became linked with one another. Since Plato’s Banquet, Indo-European thinkers have recognised truth, beauty and virtue as life values which pointed beyond the realm of experience to the divine, to the brahman, or the concept of Das Gott (neuter) — to a deity which through truth rendered the thinking man capable of knowledge.”

“The morality of human dignity is not inspired on account of the prospect of a reward in heaven, but for its own sake: nihil praeter id quod honestum sit propter se esse expetendum. This was how Cicero understood the Roman religiosity and morality (de officiis, I, 72-75, 94-95, 106, 130; III, 23-24, 33; Tusculanae disputationes, V, 1), which both originate from ancient Italic and hence Indo-European nature. Such aims as the Hellenic kalok’agathia (beauty and fitness), and that of the Roman humanitas — humanitas being understood in the era of the Roman aristocratic republic as a duty or ideal of full manhood, of human wholeness, or of Noble nature40 — such goals of heroic perfection are therefore particularly expressive of Indo-European religiosity which offers the worship of a resolute, heroic heart.”

Episode 5

Roman Polanski Apartment trilogy

Repulsion, Rosemary’s Baby, The Tenant:

also mentions The Ninth Gate, free to watch here:

Buttigieg and the psychology of the gay top

There is some related insight on this in the books Shadow Men by Anthony Napoleon, and An Age for Lucifer: Predatory Spirituality and the Quest for Godhood by Robert Tucker. Shadow Men deals more with the psycho-sexual aspect, while Tucker deals more with the predatory aspect.

The reality of Greek homosexuality

Against Timarchus by Aeschines

PDF here:

See also Eros: The Myth of Ancient Greek Sexuality by Bruce Thornton, on Amazon and online

Greeks compared to Afghans, reference to Bacha bazi:


Moldbug on Rhodesia:

Theodore Dalrymple on Rhodesia:

Rhodesia Selous Scouts:

Harry Dexter White, Soviet spy in FDR administration:

Venona papers:

Communism as global conspiracy as claimed by the John Birch Society

None Dare Call it Conspiracy:

Mueller and Comey derp state prosecution of Steven Hatfill for Anthrax mailings:!

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