Weimerica Weekly – Episode 83 – Charlottesville

Welcome to Weimerica Weekly Episode 83. The podcast airs every Tuesday.

This week’s podcast is on Charlottesville and Ryan Landry’s retirement from public writing and podcasting in favor of a more private role.

Weimerica Weekly is a podcast hosted by Ryan Landry that touches on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together.

Weimerica Weekly is produced by the Hestia Society and distributed by Social Matter.

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Pax Dickinson explains how the police pushed the alt-right and antifa towards each other in Charlottesville as pretext for the state of the emergency declaration.


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  1. Sad to see you go! Loved the podcast. Before you go; what was the jazz song you used as intro?

    1. It’s an original.

  2. I’ve been listening for a long time and I will miss your podcasts, they’ve helped to keep me somewhat sane while adrift in this sea of insanity. Thank you for all you’ve done and I wish you the best in your endeavors.

  3. super bummer to hear you are going . this is one of the best and most insightful podcasts . signed up to the patreon . best of luck .

  4. Sad to hear a sane, weekly voice go. Good luck!

  5. Sorry to hear you’re leaving, your writing and podcast are consistently some of the best on the right. I respect your reasons though and wish you all the best with your future projects. Are you at least going to stay on Twitter?

  6. Arthur Northwode August 15, 2017 at 11:20 am

    The podcast will be missed, but I’m happy to see you move on to where you are compelled. Godspeed.

  7. Nooooooo!

  8. I’ve listened to every one of your podcasts and they have been insightful and encouraging. I’ll be praying for you and your family. Thank you for your contributions. Godspeed!

  9. Good night and God bless Ryan. Weimerica has been the podcast equivalent of “They Live”.

  10. I shall miss you, Landry. So long, and thanks for all the fish.

  11. I think I’ve listened to every episode, but I’ve rarely commented. I just want to say thank you for everything – for every episode, for every essay. And, also, thank you for what you’ll be doing in the future. You’ll be missed in cyber-world.

  12. Best of luck!

  13. It’s been real Landry!

    I very much enjoyed Weimerica Weekly, which as long as its properly preserved in some form, will be a fantastic method for future generations of shitlords, Chads, and NORMIES to look into the absurdities of the early 21st century. Something is truly alluring about the truth!
    Best of luck in future endeavors!

  14. Chiraqi Insurgent August 15, 2017 at 4:43 pm

    Been a listener since the beginning, so I’m sad to hear the news. On the flip side, we can now create a muh podcast meme to ease our pain. 😉 All the best to you!
    OT, for everyone out here, check out Tim Kelly on YouTube. He does a weekly podcast called Powers and Principalities. It’s top Kek.

  15. Sadly I only recently started listening to your podcast. Right wing NPR indeed. I understand your reason for backing away though, and it resonated with me. It feels like a needed statement about what our priorities should be in this dark hour. Good luck in your endeavors, and I hope you return to the microphone one day.

  16. Serve your people well

  17. Man Against Thyme August 15, 2017 at 5:55 pm

    God bless you and your future endeavors, Ryan. Thank you so much for all the thoughtful content. I hope it will remain up on this site or elsewhere as I continue to share it with others. You have a great talent, and I pray you will return if/when the time is right.

  18. Adios, Ryan Landry, adios. See you at the coronation.

  19. Excellent podcast and blog. Good luck on your future endeavors.

  20. I’m sorry to hear that your stopping the show. I’ve been listening since the first podcast.

  21. Thanks for everything August 15, 2017 at 9:45 pm

    I looked forward to your podcast every week. It was one of the smartest and most incisive out there, a voice of sanity in the wilderness. Good luck and God bless

  22. Have to agree on the degeneracy porn part. Good to see you are focusing on real world endeavors next! Thanks for the podcasts!

  23. Thanks for your efforts. I understand that it’s more effective to be engaged in real life – there is only so much a rightie can do online given that there is little support for the rightie from the elites.

  24. Sorry to see you go! I’ve always cherished your podcast for its deep analysis that went beyond the outrage-porn of current events.

    I definitely understand and agree with the need you are describing (the need for patrons, the sympathy of some faction of the elite, addressing real-world issues of our people rather than mere symbolic activism). It’s good to have people dedicating themselves to such things.

    Do you know if there are resources out there that are like a reactionary idea-board? Something where people have brainstormed about various ‘things to do’ that could help build institutions? I’d like to try to involve myself in something local and meaningful but it’s difficult to identify the actual pain points.

  25. You’ll be missed. Still hoping for a Weimerica Christmas special. Good luck and godspeed.

  26. Put everything on hold this evening to listen to the podcast and hear the big news. Thanks for all you’ve done: blog, podcast, and twitter alike. Good luck on the next phase of your endeavors. I’ve enjoyed your virtual company immensely.

    Also, your comments make me think maybe that should be a commitment we all should consider making, to ourselves and each other… something like “10% for IRL”. 10% of one’s reactionary time and energy should be spent on and around the people you know IRL.

    The internet is the real blue pill, fam. We have get out there and put boots on the ground.

    I’ve mentioned being a coach to kids out here on the left coast. I like to think being a Soy-free, Chad-dad to a bunch of later millenials boys, inoculating some of the next generation against the prog mind-virus, is my 10%. That’s a pretty high calling if you think about it.

    Again, best wishes and all my best.

  27. Fantastic work. Thanks.
    Really good points in this episode.

  28. Harold Haroldson August 16, 2017 at 7:55 am

    Thank you very much. I’ve only been listening for about three months but I’ve enjoyed every moment of it. It really helped me conceptualize ways to discuss topics with those outside of these sorts of circles. All the best in the future, I hope everything works out for you!

  29. Good luck and thanks for everything

  30. I’ve listened to almost all your podcasts. Brilliant commentary. Sad to hear you go. However, your point about leaving and “hardening the points” is insightful and true. It’s time for us to mature into the real world. God bless.

  31. Idiots marching through the streets with Nazi flags doesn’t accomplish anything, but quitting doesn’t accomplish anything either. I’m convinced that there are options in between, so I will keep up the fight.

  32. I enjoyed your blog. All the best in your future endeavours.

  33. No way, what you do here is way too valuable. I vote no on this. Weimerica isn’t a ‘me too’ podcast. Though it is something that I wish more people would try and copy. The tone, the pace and the subject matter are very unique. I’m a little sad right now. Lots of us are alone in a liberal wasteland. Your podcast helped.

  34. This final podcast is the perfect bookend for the podcast. Charlottesville was something straight out of Weimar Germany.

    I would suggest though you don’t go fully ghost. Keep something of a public journal of some of the activism, or have tips and advice for others wishing to do real life activism that isn’t just rally rabble. We have tons of analysis, but little how-to.

  35. Thank you for the many thoughts and laughs, Mr. Landry. You’ll be missed. And I wish you the best!

  36. Landry, (loud noooooooo scream); OK, bracing myself for the forthcoming withdrawals. Your talented podcasts and writing has been like a steady lighthouse beacon in this crazy storm of a society we live in. You’ve set a high bar and given more for your folk than most; the name Ryan Landry will always ring true as a man to respect in my book. Best to you and your family.

  37. Andrew Clinterty August 17, 2017 at 2:42 am

    please don’t go.

  38. There goes the best part of Instagram. Sorry that you’re stopping the podcast, my Tuesdays will never be the same.

  39. Random Dude on the Internet August 17, 2017 at 7:23 pm

    Sorry to see you go. I had been reading 28 Sherman since 2012. Best of luck.

  40. Bye bye, you tried and bowed out more or less gracefully.

  41. gonna miss the quality content.

  42. Loved the Show sad to see you Go . Very Nice IRL !

  43. Good luck with your future endeavors!

  44. Im not convinced any activism fails this was a stupid plan. The situation was antifa had been growing for years and was joined by alt left violent groups recently. They had been upping the anti by violence during trumps campaign campuses BLM OWS and against even more recently against mildly conservative speakers like charles murray and even against some far left speakers who were not au current on aspects of their leftism. The alt right had successfully trolled them into apoplexy culminating in the based stickman farce. The left had gone so far the cuckserves and even mod left were quite concerned. The street thugs were ripe for a takedown.
    And we blew it. In every way possible. First we didn’t really recognize just how perfect the set up was. And so then allowed an amatuer no one heard of take the lead. And he invited the nazis and klan and this put off the cuck alt lites, and we showed up looking like the antifa thugs with bats and shields.. And they trusted the left authorities and the cops. amatuer from beginning to end.Oh and we picked a southern city and a civil war monument to make our stand.

    what should have happened.
    The civil war and other cultural artifacts should have been defended online by satire and ridicule of the false equivalencies and reductio ad absurdums. A particularly respectable conservative or better yet slightly leftist cause or speaker should have been found, something like Camille Paglia. We should have goaded the left online to expect a based stickman legion. And then in reality we should have expected the cops and authorities to have done exactly that since thats exactly what they have done up till now. ans so we should have had in place because we picked the battle field hidden cameras drones speakers go cams and live feeds anticipating what they would do and getting it all on tape. Then we should have failed to bring bats and shields and kept the nazis and klan out by agreement and taken the violent left down with lawyers at the ready to press for prosecution of not just the thugs but the civil servants who conspired to have us assaulted.

  45. Being there firsthand and watching the events unfold in real time, the clash happened without police provocation.

  46. This podcast was like an NPR but for US. You will be missed.

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