The Chad Factor: Matt Parrott on Identity, Crime, and the Black Community

The Chad Factor

The Chad FactorThe Chad Factor interviews Matt Parrott on a range of issues.

  • Craig Cobb’s arrest
  • Noel Ignatiev’s anti-White hate speech
  • Anti-White hatred in the Jewish community
  • Separatism…Realistic?
  • Knockout Game and Black crime
  • Decadence in the White community
  • Brain drain in the Black and White communities


Matt Parrott

The Noel Ignatiev speech discussed in the first part of the show was satire. The professor’s actual position isn’t all that far off from that, but facts is facts.

Diversity Chronicle

Hi Matt,

I just ran across this interview today and heard it for the first time. My article on Prof. Ignatiev remains one of my most popular and has gone viral on the internet. It was indeed satire, but it is true that Noel Ignatiev does indeed hold deeply anti-white views, as you observed. I have thought of inviting Noel Ignatiev to be a writer on my web site because he is a kind of living parody of anti-whiteness.

The black speaker in this audio sometimes misreads portions of my original article. I do not think that he is doing it intentionally, however I would like to post a link to the original here for those who are interested in reading it:

Progressive Professor Urges White Male Students to Commit Suicide During Class

Thank you for an interesting interview.


What a waste of Matt Parott’s time. I don’t have that much experience with Blacks, but if these two or three gentlemen are more or less average representatives of African intellect… Listening to them trying to think and then verbalize these thoughts was much more painful and embarassing than the (literal) hooting and hollering.
But I guess that Matt can go from having a conversation with Greg Johnson at CCR to chat with bruthas Chad and Big Rah(?) and hold his own more than well in both cases.

The Liberty Lamp

I have to admit that I agree with Ingoldo here.

Chad is a pretty unsavory person as is his chuckleheaded co-host.

The first time I decided to have a listen to one of his podcasts was when he had Metzger on his show, I called up one of my comrades and told him that these guys were so moronic they made Metzger sound sane and reasonable.

I do not, however, believe their idiocy has anything to do with race, but I highly suspect drug/marijuana use going on.
I am not 100% sure on that, but, when one of our comrades was on his show (which was the only other time i would listen to this idiot) I could swear I heard the flicking of a lighter as well as strange inhaling and weird pauses.
Add then the stupidity of how he and his co-host were directing the conversation which closely resembled strange drug enhanced style concepts.
When it was over I warned my comrade to stay clear of him. We are a very straight edge oriented collective an any association with those locked into the drug culture is destructive to our purpose.
Chad is not a good person and I have not been shy about my ideas about him and have expressed this to Matt Parrott privately.
If your group wants to continue to have a relationship with him, that is your own choice and I wish you the best of luck with him.
When you find yourself stabbed in the back you do not have to grovel and admit I was right, and I promise not to say “I told you so” and rub your nose in it.

It is what it is.


I do have a wealth of experience with blacks and these reality contortionist negro philosophers are representative of the whole.


Matt said: “You can’t blame Haitians for Haiti because the Haitians were brutally enslaved.”

Excuse me, but what the hell were you thinking?

Why are you making excuses for black dysfunction? Haiti is Haiti because it’s ruled by Africans.

Think about what you said, then extrapolate for consistency. OD has thoroughly document the history of that wretched outpost of Africa.

Matt Parrott

Within the context of the conversation, I was clearly referring to the brutal slave revolt and only to the brutal slave revolt. After you’ve pretty much slaughtered your overlords, you have full ownership of how things play out from there, and I didn’t intend to suggest or imply that contemporary Haitian poverty or dysfunction is a product of the institution of slavery.

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