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Vanity on the Nile
Khartoum (1966)

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In the 1960s, there was a series of nostalgic, pro-colonial movies. One of them is Khartoum (1966). Although produced and directed by different people, Khartoum is a prequel to an earlier pro-British Empire classic, The Four Feathers (1939). Ralph Richardson had a role in both movies, playing Prime Minister William E. Gladstone in Khartoum.

The British have a strange pride in their actions in the Sudan. Read more …

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The Pro-Colonial Trilogy: 
55 Days at Peking, Zulu, & The Sand Pebbles

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55 Days at Peking (1963), Zulu (1964), and The Sand Pebbles (1966) aren’t part of an actual trilogy, and aside from Zulu, the films aren’t necessarily about colonialist projects in the strictest sense. Additionally, the movies are produced, written, and directed by entirely different people. However, they are remarkably similar in some ways, and they all have a pro-white rule vibe.

The 1960s were a radical, change-filled decade. Read more …

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“No Apologies”: A Response

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NoApologiesRecently, Counter-Currents posted a video produced by Oscar Turner entitled “No Apologies.” While the video itself is a quite powerful wake-up call for white people, it made some points which I believe need to be addressed further.  Read more …

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The Hegemony of the White Races

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The problem of the origins, the foundations and the future destiny of the global hegemony of the white race is, of course, among the most exciting issues of today. We have in our hands a newly published large volume by Wahrhold Drascher, who, thoroughly knowledgeable, comprehensively informed and with an acute historical sense, takes on precisely this subject (Die Vorherrschaft der weissen Rasse, Berlin, 1936). Read more …

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L’argument d’autochtonie


Michel-Ange, Esclave inachevé

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L’une des éternelles accusations contre les sociétés coloniales blanches autour du globe – dans les Amériques, en Afrique, et aux Antipodes – est qu’elles sont moralement illégitimes parce que d’autres gens étaient là les premiers. C’est ce que j’appelle l’« argument d’autochtonie », du grec “αὐτόχθων”, signifiant « sortant du sol », c’est-à-dire indigène. D’après cet argument, les habitants d’origine d’un pays sont ses propriétaires légitimes (« découvreurs-gardeurs »), et c’est une violation de ces droits si d’autres peuples les  remplacent. Read more …

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White Nationalist Answers to Postcolonialist Questions

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Diego Rivera, Flower Carrier

Diego Rivera, Flower Carrier

Do you feel that your own people and country are somehow positioned outside the mainstream? Have you ever felt that the moment you said the word ‘I’, that ‘I’ was someone else, not you? That in some obscure way, you were not the subject of your own sentence? Do you ever feel that whenever you speak, you have already in some sense been spoken for? Or that when you hear others speaking, Read more …

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El argumento de la pertenencia autóctona


Miguel Ángel, esclavo sin finalizar

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Una de las acusaciones perenes contra las sociedades coloniales blancas a lo largo del mundo –en américa, áfrica y las antípodas- es que son moralmente ilegítimas porque otros pueblos estaban ahí primero. Esto es lo que llamo el “argumento de la pertenencia autóctona”, del griego “αὐτόχθων,” queriendo decir “brotado de la tierra”, es decir, indígena. De acuerdo con este argumento, los habitantes originales de la tierra son sus verdaderos dueños (“el que encuentra se lo queda”), y es una violación a los derechos que otros pueblos los desplacen. Read more …

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The Autochthony Argument


Michelangelo, Unfinished Slave

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One of the perennial accusations against white colonial societies around the globe—in the Americas, Africa, and the Antipodes—is that they are morally illegitimate because other people were there first. This is what I call the “autochthony argument,” from the Greek “αὐτόχθων,” meaning “springing from the land,” i.e., indigenous. According to this argument, the original inhabitants of a land are its rightful owners (“finders-keepers”), and it is a violation of these rights for other peoples to displace them. Read more …

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The Conundrum of the Kipling
Rudyard Kipling, 1865–1936

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Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born 150 years ago today in Bombay, India, to a cultivated English family of artists and academics. After an often unhappy childhood at school in England, he returned to his beloved India where he worked as a journalist, short-story writer, and author of light verse (including the original Barrack-Room Ballads).  Read more …

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The Métis’ Choice:
Three Immature Half-Castes . . . & a Free Man

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Lady Elizabeth Murray and Dido Belle, once attributed to ZoffanyMany mixed-race individuals, or métis, remain in an immature, adolescent stage of permanent race hatred. (I cannot estimate the proportion, but it seems frightfully high.) As I have suggested, the pain of the métis should motivate him to work towards sparing his compatriots, those who share at least some of his blood and spirit, from suffering the same ordeal. Read more …

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