Acharya argues that students in modern universities, while possessing an honest desire to understand the world, unfortunately wind up being indoctrinated into believing that dharma – the natural order of the cosmos – is wrong. We learn that this concept has equivalents in many other religions, including Buddhism and Taoism. Acharya makes a case for Marxism being the fourth branch of Abrahamism, due to its utopian aspirations and binary approach to other ideologies. After a hearing about Acharya’s ideological journey, we discuss his book, The Dharma Manifesto, which uses ancient wisdom to solve modern problems. We then discuss dharma, which Acharya defines as natural law. He is also the author of The Dharma Manifesto: A New Vision for Global Transformation. in Languages and Cultures of Asia at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a focus on Religious Studies and Philosophy of Religion. Acharya points out that, if the ruling elite truly valued the existence of the European people, it would instate social programs that would lead to higher fertility rates. We discuss the new word order, otherwise known as globalism, which is threatening the existence of Western civilization as we know it. In the members’ hour, we begin by discussing the West’s current crisis. The members’ hour also covers a number of other topics, such as the refugee crisis, leadership, and the Kali Yuga. Switching gears, we discussing the present state of academia. The first hour concludes with a fascinating discussion on Abrahamic religion, including its history and different branches. America Christianity Cultural Marxism Europe Hinduism Indo-Aryan culture Indo-European Religion Marxism Nationalism religion spiritualitySri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya is a renowned spiritual teacher, vedic scholar, and religious leader. We then discuss the situation in Europe, including its low birth rate. A video version of this show is available here. In addition to being a spiritual master, Sri Acharyaji holds a Ph.D. Acharya joins us for an enlightening conversation on the intersection between spirituality and politics.