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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 119: Sex as Slow Suicide

In this episode of the show, the Bechtloff climbs into the sidekick seat as we talk about sex in the modern age. We discuss Rape Closet and Rape Bait Academy, financial domination, cuckoldry and other bizarre fetishes as indicators of social collapse. We also talk about the militia standoff in Oregon, examine the left-wing indoctrination […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 117: Finding Poosy Paradise in the Philippines

In this episode, I talk about my soon-to-be-released book Do the Philippines: How to Make Love with Filipino Girls in the Philippines. I discuss Philippine society, how to cope with culture shock, how to deal with the games Filipinas play, why the Philippines is a strong contender for poosy paradise, and a lot more. I […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 116: Bitches Be Crazy

In this episode, William Rome hops back in the sidekick seat as we talk to Davis Aurini. We discuss the growing rates of mental illness in American women, technology and social dysfunction, game as an adaptation to a broken dating scene, and much more. Listen below: This edition of the podcast is brought to you […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 115: Identitarianism for Idiots

In this episode, William Rome takes over the sidekick seat as we talk to Dr. Illusion. We discuss Doc’s recent conversion to identitarianism and white advocacy, Donald Trump’s campaign, how political correctness is driving people insane, and much more. We also touch on my recent suspension from Twitter after getting a raft of death threats […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 114: Dindu Lives Matter

In this episode, Ann and I delve into the heart of #BlackLivesMatter. We discuss our coverage of the Laquan McDonald protests in Chicago, how I was nearly killed by #BlackLivesMatter marchers, and how #BlackLivesMatter serves as the stormtroopers of the Obama administration. We also talk about Stoya’s false rape accusation against James Deen and how […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 113: Matt and Ann Get Medicated

In this Thanksgiving Eve episode, Ann and I talk Black Friday anarchy, recount the worst jobs we’ve ever had, and discuss the value manual labor has in helping young people grow up. We also touch on the story of a moron millennial who sent pics of her vagina to men on a dating app and […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 112: The End of the World as We Know It

In this episode of the show, Ann and I talk to Radix European editor Roman Bernard. We discuss the recent Muslim terror attacks in Paris, the hostility Muslims have to French and European culture, the future of nationalism in Europe and the West, and much more. Ann and I also talk about hockey and her […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 111: May the Poz Be with You

In this episode of the show, the Bechtloff hops into the sidekick seat as we talk to Davis Aurini and William Rome. We discuss Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the role of “creative discomfort” in writing, the secret to crafting compelling fiction, tear apart George Lucas, and much, much more. Listen below: This edition of […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 110: NPI and the Great White Shark Hunt

In this episode of the show, Ann and I discuss my recent trip to Washington, D.C. for the National Policy Institute’s annual conference. We talk about all the great people I met there, how anti-racist activists tried to hunt down and physically attack the conference attendees, the mainstream media’s distorted and lie-filled coverage of the […]

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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 109: Keep a Stiff Upper Lip

In this episode of the show, Ann and I talk to Quintus Curtius. We discuss his new book Stoic Paradoxes, the relevance Stoicism has in the modern world, talk about his experiences at Roosh’s “State of Man” speech and the Battle of Montreal, and much more. Ann and I also discuss the fall of feminist […]

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