Croatian Dr. Tom Sunic is interviewed by Danish lawyer Knud Eriksen in Denmark, on May, 2011
The Croatian ex-diplomat and professor of political science in USA, Dr. Tomislav Sunic is interviewed by Danish lawyer, Knud Eriksen, during a 2-day seminar titled 'The Revolt Against Civilization'.
Dr. Sunic is also a linguist in Croatian, English, French and German. He recieved his B.A. in comparative literature and foreign languages from the University of Zagreb in 1977 and his M.A. in international politics from California State University, Sacramento in 1985. In 1988 he recieved his Ph.D. from University of California, Santa Barbara.
Dr. Sunic has an extensive career of research and he has especially dealt with the importance of modern political discourses and new forms of intellectual censorship. His works include Against Democracy and Equality: The European New Right. American University Studies: series X. Noontide Press (1990 and later), Homo Americanus: Child of the Postmodern Age. Book Surge Publishing (2007) and Postmortem Report: Cultural Examinations from Postmodernity. The Palingenesis Project, Shameley Green (2010).
Like Kevin MacDonald, dr. Sunic is a member of the board of directors of the American Third Position Party and he has his own internet radio The Sunic Journal, that deals with subjects relevant to the Europeans' survival, well-being and culture.
At the seminar, Dr. Sunic spoke on "The Monotheist mindset and its secular modalities: Homo Americanus and homo Sovieticus", where, starting with Christianity, he outlined the fundamentalistic, egalitarian view of human nature, which was fundamental for both communism and for the present modern liberal Western democracies. The consequence of the unscientific view of human nature is the biological and cultural deterioration of Western culture and civilization.
Internationally recognized Buddhism expert and indologist, Danish Dr. Phil. Christian Lindtner is interviewed by Danish lawyer, Knud Eriksen about his several interesting and controversial areas of research. These include Holocaust revisionism, The Jewish Question, Classical Greek and Roman cultures, Old and New Testament, but he is probably best known for his research of Jesus as a myth or literary figure, not a historical person.
Dr. Lindtner spoke at the seminar 'Revolt against Civilization' on "Jewish Propaganda among the Ancient Greeks", and he documented how the Jews in Antiquity largely copied Greek religion and mythology, so that what is to-day considered Jewish mythology is largely Greek mythology in Jewish disguise.
In this interview Dr. Lindtner is portraited as a person who likes all things 'intellctually stimulating" which has made him a rather controversial scientist, historical revisionist and general debater. He has studied and written extensively about the Holocaust, racial matters, greek philosophy and is today best known for his theory that Jesus is simply a literary figure - "like Donald Duck or Superman' and not a historical figure at all. He traces the myth of Christ back to Buddhist scriptures.
Dr. Alexander Jacob interviewed in Denmark by Danish lawyer, Knud Eriksen, on May, 29, 2011.
Dr. Jacob is a historian of ideas and further has an M.A. in English literature. He has published a series of academic works on European religion, history and spirituality.
Among his main works one can mention Atman: A Reconstruction of the Solar Cosmology of the Indo-Eoropeans in "Religionswissenschaftliche Texte und Studien", Georg Holms, Hildesheim (2005), De Naturae Natura: A Study of Idealistic Conceptions of Nature and the Unconscious, Franz Steiner, Stuttgart (1992 and later), Houston Stewart Chamberlain, Political Ideals (1915), translated with an Introduction and Notes, University Press of America, Lanham, MD, (2005), Alfred Rosenberg, Political Essays, selected and translated, with an Introduction, Sussex, Historical Review Press (2004), Europa: German Conservative Foreign Policy 1870-1940, Selected Readings, University Press of America, Lanham, MD (2002), and Nobilitas: A Study of European Aristocratic Philosophy from Ancient Greece to the Early Twentieth Century, University Press of America, Lanham, MD (2001).
At the seminar dr. Jacob spoke on "The Essence of European Culture: The evidence of Hans-Jürgen Syderberg". In his lecture he underlined the need for present day Europeans to return to the classical ideals, including the Prussian tradition, as a fundamental basis for securing their own survival and combating the destructive influence from various egalitarian, marxist and other Jewish intellectual movements.