The Patriarchy Show Episode 15 “Sweden is Cucked”


Ian and Sal come back after an even longer hiatus than the last episode because of Ian’s battle with an illness. They move into high gear and speak with Captain Sweden AKA @SwedenIsCucked about the negative outcome of mass muslim immigration on Sweden and the other Nordic countries. They introduce a new contributor to New Media Central, Larsen Halleck, from The Barbaric Gentlemen. They discuss race, IQ and evolution. Sal tells a very personal story about losing his brother on 9/11 and the aftermath of that tragedy. They talk about Kaepernick being a douche and they mention the “scary” Alt-Right”. Ian yells about hypocrites, the military industrial complex and the future Trumpenreich.

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Referenced Links & Videos:

The Ralph Retort
Breitbart article about The Swedish Democrats
Heart of a Marine Foundation

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About Ian Erickson

Ian is New Media Central’s Editor-in-Chief and one half of The Patriarchy Show. He is a married father with three sons and lives in New Jersey. He has worked on several campaigns from national, state and local levels. He has had pieces published in local NJ newspapers such as The Star Ledger. Also, he has contributed to The John Birch Society and various other websites. He had a book of poetry titled Broken published while majoring in Biblical Studies at Pillar College in NJ. He has had his poems published in various poetry journals. He has been a guest speaker at Pillar College to speak about creative writing and poetry. Ian was voted ” Most Sarcastic Person” for the state of New Jersey in 2007.