Nick Stumphauzer: How To Kill 14 People Without Saying a Word

This interview was a privilege for me on on several accounts.

First and foremost is that I’m solidly in agreement and support of Nick’s message in this high production-value video production.

Second is that the young man is only 20 years of age and this is his first feature film. He traveled to 13 different locations to get about 15 hours of footage to edit into a compact, meaningful visual form that I find non-partisan in nature. In other words: subject matter that both the left and right should be able to agree on (they don’t, of course). Who’s fault is left for you to decide.

So, given all the above, I was anxious to get Nick on a video podcast interview to talk about himself, his talent, the background leading up to the film (Milo Yiannopoulos and the Berkeley fiasco—where Nick was present—was the spark), the production elements themselves, and a bit of political philosophy banter.

So check out the interview and then follow the links below to find out how to watch this great film production yourself. An apology to the audience: my video recording software automatically switches back and forth depending on who’s talking and I wasn’t careful enough to ensure Nick’s volume was sufficient to make that reliable all the time. Still, it’s all there, just perhaps a bit distracting at times. I’ll do better.

Nick’s website:

The film website:

The buy or rent page: vimeo/ondemand/howtokill14people

Here’s the film trailer:

…If you enjoyed this interview and wish to support Nick’s young conservative talent for his future projects, please pop for the buy at $9.99. This makes it yours to share with your friend and family guests in your home at will. Otherwise, you can rent it for $4.99 with a 48-hour streaming period.

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  1. Paul Kemp on January 7, 2019 at 17:53

    Is a post about deflation in everything coming soon? That was a great interview, and I can’t find anything about that guy online.

  2. Richard Nikoley on January 7, 2019 at 17:59

    Yes indeed. It’s next. Another couple of days probably. Before the end of the week for sure.

    • Paul Kemp on January 7, 2019 at 18:04

      Copy! Thank you Richard.

  3. Jack on January 27, 2019 at 02:22

    What happened to this blog? You used to pride yourself on averaging roughly a blog post per day. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not criticising (you don’t owe your readers anything), just curious what’s happened and if it’s just a temporary lull or a permanent decline. It was one of the best blogs around.

    • Paul Kemp on January 27, 2019 at 13:39

      2nd this….. I just hope you ok Richard. I’ve personally unplugged from a lot of internet stuff. But your blog is one of my favorites.

  4. Brian Landry on April 24, 2019 at 07:17

    “Who’s fault is left for you to decide.” I see what you did there. ??

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