Linh Dinh, America’s greatest gonzo-journalist-in-exile, argues that “people just want to be left alone, so they can just eat simple food, drink cheap beer, and have conversations. But unfortunately life isn’t that unmolested. That’s been a constant theme in my writing and in my thinking.” I’m not so sure about the cheap beer—my life and... Listen
FFWN recently reported on: “NYT devotes top of front page to propagandizing for YouTube censorship” First half hour: Jonathan Revusky takes a nuanced and ambivalent view. He suggests that defamatory big lies reported by various racist/nationalist types (like the supposed “Muslim rape army,” the alleged Cologne mass sexual assaults, “no-go zones,” and so on) are... Listen
America’s poet-photographer-laureate-in-exile Linh Dinh speaks to us from Vietnam, where he has been working in an in-law’s plastics factory and composing essays. Linh’s brilliant new essay “America as Religion” begins: “I just got off Skype with Kevin Barrett. Interviewed, I sat in the dusty office of our dustier plastic recycling plant. Truck horns and roosters... Listen
Linh Dinh is one of America’s best writers. He is now living in Dak Lak, Vietnam, working as a foreman in his brother-in-law’s plastics recycling plant. Read about life in Dak Lak, among other things, in Linh’s new article “Endless Culture War.” How did Linh get unofficially expelled from the American literary scene? “It happened...
Today’s two guests were purged from mainstream literature and journalism, respectively, for the crime of questioning our culture’s hegemonic narratives…that is, for doing their jobs. First hour: Ex-mainstream journalist turned mushroom-gatherer Tom Mysiewicz stood up to the Zionist Power Configuration and lived to tell the tale. Unlike certain other red-pilled conservatives, Tom isn’t swigging any... Listen
Linh Dinh used to be one of America’s best up-and-coming writers. Now he is one of Vietnam’s best! Why would someone with Linh’s talent leave the USA? Doesn’t the brain drain usually flow the other way? In this interview Linh explains why he left, and expresses pity for those of us stuck in the belly... Listen
This episode features two notable American public intellectuals, both of whom are currently in Catalonia and in no hurry to return to the belly of the imperial beast. Jonathan Revusky specializes in deconstructing the imperial propaganda matrix. He is the author of several brilliant and provocative essays including: “Battling the Matrix and Freeing Oneself from... Listen