Monday, July 1, 2019

WAR is my God - Crackpot Podcast 057

Hello friends,  I hope you are ready for another episode of the Crackpot Podcast!  In this episode, we bring you misogyny, Civil War II, incredulity, laughter, but no tears (sorry, will try harder next time!).

The Crackpot Podcast features James LaFond, the most prolific living writer, and Lynn Lockhart, his stalker.

Many thanks to Citizen Noise Exchange for the new music.  Check out their soundcloud:



0:02:00  KMG interview
0:03:00  The Greatest Ever Lie Sold, review from Charles Steiner
0:07:15  Boy used a machete
0:10:30  Katie McHugh
0:17:05  Role for women on the right, human nature on the left vs. the right
0:28:00  Gun thots, advice to women
0:35:10  Civil War II, Uncivil War Warning Shot
0:50:50  Civil War inside the government
1:01:45  South American blackout

(c) 2019 Lynn Lockhart


  1. Great podcast. Ms McHugh offers a cautionary tale. Hope that Ms Lockhart takes note and minds opsec. Otoh buzzfeed didn't tape those ridiculous eyebrows on her. Guess it was supposed to be a disguise, but one could found one more flattering one would think. This is a big problem alt-dissident right. About half the men and nearly all the women are oddballs and many unbalanced (by definition).

    1. Thank you, Sid. I fear fame and dread the podcast attracting listeners, while still wishing for James to sell a million books. Hope to avoid the pitfalls of public life.

  2. PS, kick James to get out and promote his books. These podcasts really are desperate for content. I recommend *southern AF podcast* (guy is really sweet). Jan Lamprecht at history reviewed dot com is a nut, but in a good way. South african, and worried.

    1. I will inquire with those outlets and discuss with James, thank you, SidVic, for the suggestions!