Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 68: E. Michael Jones – Cultural Revolution in America

Social Matter
May 5, 2018

Welcome to the Myth of the 20th Century. The podcast airs on Fridays.

— Brought to you by —

Adam Smith, Nick Mason, Hans Lander, Alex Nicholson and very special guest E. Michael Jones


If there was a modern day G.K. Chesterton, known for quick wit, good humor, and startling insights on religion, the Catholic Church, and society as a whole, it could very well be E. Michael Jones. EMJ has been a long time critic of the devolution of American culture in the 20th century away from more traditional Christian norms, and in ‘Libido Dominandi’ he was arguably the first to clearly articulate how ‘sexual liberation’ is a form of political control. Author of many of other works, including ‘Slaughter of Cities’, Dr. Jones demonstrates how American social engineers willfully destroyed ethnic urban neighborhoods with blockbusting campaigns and created a new political class of urban voters and a mass of alienated suburban commuters and consumers. Interviewed in countless news outlets including many in Europe and the Middle East, Dr. Jones does us a great honor today in being our guest to discuss the decline of the American system, and the many parallels it has with the tumult experienced in the 1960s as well as that which faced Weimar Germany in the 1920s and 30s.


– John Cardinal Krol and the Cultural Revolution, Jones (1995) –
– Slaughter of Cities, Jones (2003) –
– Nathan Abrams on Jews in the American porn industry (2004) –
– Libido Dominandi, Jones (2005) –
– The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit, Jones (2008) –
– Culture Jihad in Tehran, Jones (2013) –
– How Jews Brought America to the Tipping Point on Marriage Equality, Dean (2014) –
– It’s Time to Drop the Jew Taboo, Bausman (2018) –


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