9: The Alfred Option: Fortress Building in the Negative World with Timon Cline and Cliff Humphrey

The King's Hall

May 10, 2024

In this episode we talk with Timon Cline and Clifford Humphrey about their article that ran in the American Reformer, titled Fortress Building in the Negative World. We also discuss Aaron Renn's work about life in the negative world, how to build strong outposts for cultural insurgency, and failures within the church and political sphere to address this new kind of world.

We'll talk about Machiavelli's The Prince, why strong messaging works to filter out the wrong people and attract the right people, and why monasteries aren't quite what we're aiming at. We'll be talking about "The Alfred Option" instead.

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