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Oratorical Terrorism:
How Scott Terry Ruined CPAC

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The Republican Party faithful are in a blind panic, desperate for answers and clarity in the wake of a devastating defeat. This year’s CPAC was an opportunity for them to gather under one roof and chart a path forward.

The usual suspects made the usual arguments.

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How to Destroy the Republican Party

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BlackRepublicansWhite advocates have no political power. White advocates have all the political power.

Those who don’t favor the genocide of the white race have been completely marginalized. Read more …

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The Solution is State Power

Jacques-Louis David, “Napoleon Crossing the Alps,” detail, 1805

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Conservatism is Unrealistic

The Republican Party is useless as a political force. The key battle was not the presidential election of 2012 but the passage of Barack Obama’s health care plan. All of the disparate factions of the American Right joined together to oppose “Obamacare,” and they failed, miserably. Read more …

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Questions Fréquemment Posées, Partie 1

Walter Crane, « Liberté »

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Counter-Currents/North American New Right célébrera son second anniversaire le lundi 11 juin. Nous sommes là depuis assez longtemps pour avoir noté certaines questions fréquemment posées, auxquelles je commencerai à répondre cette semaine. Si vous avez d’autres questions que vous souhaiteriez voir ajoutées à cette liste, s’il vous plaît postez-les en commentaires à la fin du texte.

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Nuestro pequeño secreto sobre el Pánico Hispano

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El Partido Republicano perdió debido a que la creciente marea de color demográficamente condena su gente geriátrica, desconectada y disminuida. Para ganar, se necesita abrazar la amnistía, comprometerse a llegar a la dinámica y excitante juventud hispana, negra, asiática e isleña de los Estados Unidos y abiertamente renunciar a su franja radical. Read more …

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Notes on Ballot Access, Amnesty, & Border Enforcement

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A major impediment in the anti-GOP approach of creating and running alternative parties is the issue of ballot access. Some states have insanely strict requirements for access, Read more …

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Gregory Hood’s Counter-Currents Article Goes Viral

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Gregory Hood’s “A White Nationalist Memo to White Male Republicans” was published on Friday, November 9th. Since then it has gone viral. Read more …

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Our Little Secret about the Hispanic Panic

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The Republican Party lost because the rising tide of color demographically dooms its geriatric, out-of-touch, and dwindling base. In order to win, it needs to embrace amnesty, engage in outreach to America’s exciting and dynamic Hispanic, black, Asian, and Pacific Islander youths, and openly renounce its radical fringe. Read more …

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Waking Up from the American Dream 
A White Nationalist Memo to White Male Republicans

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Do you get it yet?

Look, I know you probably despise us. Read more …

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Greg Johnson, Matt Parrott, & Robert Stark 
Post-Election Round Table

Another document of human villainy: Topsy the elephant, electrocuted by Thomas Alva Edison

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Greg Johnson, Matt Parrott, and Robert Stark in a round table discussion of the aftermath and implications of the 2012 US Presidential Election. Read more …

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