Category: Radio

The Orthodox Nationalist: Christian Anarcho-Nationalism in the USSR

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson brings us a new episode of The Orthodox Nationalist concentrating on two New Martyrs and the ideology that they died for. St. Valentin Sventsitsky (killed 1928 – pictured above) and Andrei of Ufa (killed 1936-1944), were both New Martyrs for Christian Nationalism and Anarchism in the USSR. During the worst years… Read more »

The Orthodox Nationalist: Traditionalism on Trial

In this week’s Orthodox Nationalist Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson exposes a recent attack on Traditionalist Christianity coming from within the Orthodox church itself and concerning both him and Matthew Heimbach directly. A trial has been set by a faction of the Autonomous Orthodox metropolia of the Americas. The target is Matthew Heimbach, but the scapegoat… Read more »

The Orthodox Nationalist: Nationalist Philosophy vs Marxist Deception

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson contrasts the nationalist philosophy of Martin Heidegger with the unnatural oppression that is Marxism in this week’s Orthodox Nationalist. Martin Heidegger is not accessible to the average American, even the average American intellectual. As it turns out, there has been a substantial effort to censor his ultimate meaning and purpose. His… Read more »

The Orthodox Nationalist: Neplyuev and the Labor Brotherhood of the Holy Cross

This week Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson brings us a presentation on the social theology of NN Neplyuev, who was a Christian and both nationalist and socialist. “Socialism” has been hijacked by Jewish materialists and revolutionaries who care little for society or labor. Socialism had always, prior to Marx, been an idealist and religious entity based… Read more »

The Orthodox Nationalist: The Truth Behind the ‘Tsarist Pogroms’

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson brings us the latest edition of The Orthodox Nationalist, this week exposing the truth behind a subject that the Jews love to wail about, the so-called Tsarist pogroms in Russia at the beginning of the last century. The story of the “Tsarist pogroms” is a familiar one. Stated in pious terms,… Read more »