Monthly Archives: January 2017

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On What’s Ugly, Yet Necessary

A graphic from an American high school newspaper.

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Sometimes, when I am in one of my more truculent moods, I feel I could never trust a person who doesn’t use the word “nigger.”

That’s me at my worst, and, fortunately, I am there very rarely. I do struggle with it occasionally, though. Read more …

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Towards Ethnic Cleansing?

Henry de Lesquen

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Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note: Henry de Lesquen is a French nobleman, retired civil servant, and groundbreaking presidential candidate. The following op-ed was apparently written during the presidency of Nicolas Sarkozy, but was more recently republished on Lesquen’s campaign Website. Read more …

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Understanding the Quebec Mosque Massacre

Alexandre Bissonnette

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According to the mainstream press, on Sunday, January 29, 2017, a 27-year-old white man, Alexandre Bissonnette, entered the Islamic Cultural Center in Quebec City, Canada, killed six Muslims gathered for prayer, and injured eight more.

As a white person, I look down upon the criminals among us. I do not reflexively defend and glorify them. Muslims, of course, are commanded to deceive, torture, rape, enslave, and murder infidels. Read more …

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Anti-Globalization, Then & Now

Black Bloc anarchists at the 1999 protest against the World Trade Organization in Seattle

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Czech version here

Anti-globalization in the 1990s and early 2000s was overwhelmingly a phenomenon of the Left. But now that the mantle of anti-globalization has been taken up by the Right, it will be interesting to see how many on the Left do an about-face, and also to see if the Right can succeed where the Left has consistently failed. Read more …

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A Response to an Insightful Comment

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One of the scariest moments when playing chess is when you spot a weakness in your own position which you can only hope your opponent doesn’t see. All you can do is wait and pray that he doesn’t move his bishop there or his queen there because that would convert what is already a difficult circumstance for you into a desperate one. Read more …

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Silence

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Martin Scorsese’s Silence is a very fine film that seems to belong to an entirely different world. Imagine what American movies would be like if our film industry were not controlled by hostile and decadent aliens who have weaponized the medium against European man and culture. Silence is such a film. It is wholly untouched by political correctness and white guilt or self-abasement. Instead, Silence is the story of self-confident, expansionist whites battling non-white savagery.

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 168
Greg Johnson & John Morgan on a Sci-Fi Trifecta:
Arrival, Passengers, & Rogue One

55:35 / 66 words

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Greg Johnson and John Morgan inaugurate a series of movie podcasts by discussing three recent science fiction movies: the thoughtful and suspenseful Arrival, plus Passengers (reviewed here), and Rogue One (reviewed here).  Read more …

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Our Choice is the Holocaust or Outer Space

Activists from the “Lifeline Expedition,” where whites put on chains and yokes to atone for slavery

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“But most of the people of the United States have been brainwashed. And I do mean, literally, brainwashed. And that’s the thing you’ve got to correct. You’ve got to bring people who are actually ignorant, not just ignorant of particular things, but ignorant in their behavior towards society in general. And if we want to win this, win a recovery of the U.S. economy, you’ve got to do that.” Read more …

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Coffee? I Like Coffee!:
The Metaphysical Cinema of Coleman Francis, Part Three

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Part 3 of 3 (Part 1 here; Part 2 here)

B refers to The Beast of Yucca Flats; S for The Skydivers; and R for Red Zone Cuba.

But Isn’t Griffin Evil?

But isn’t Griffin evil? How can he be enlightened?

Although Walter White and Hank Quinlan are also large men who commit bad deeds and come to similar falls – Read more …

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Mindset & Reconquest:
What Identitarians Can Take from Mike Cernovich’s MAGA Mindset: Making YOU And America Great Again

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Mike Cernovich
MAGA Mindset: Making YOU and America Great Again
Castalia House, 2016

Donald Trump’s success over the last two years was of a nature bound to foment wonder. From his first speech at the base of Trump Tower to the stunning denouement on election night, Trump gave a master class on unrepentant “winning,” and seemed perpetually five steps ahead of his opponents. Read more …

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Coffee? I Like Coffee!:
The Metaphysical Cinema of Coleman Francis, Part Two

Coleman Francis starring as Griffin in his self-directed Red Zone Cuba

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Part 2 of 3 (Part 1 here)

B refers to The Beast of Yucca Flats; S for The Skydivers; and R for Red Zone Cuba.

No Dialogue Necessary: The Vision of Coleman Francis

“Coleman Francis had a vision. A dark vision. With cars.”[1] Read more …

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Greg Johnson Interviewed on Radio Evropa

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I recorded a 90-minute interview with Radio Evropa in the Netherlands. Topics include civic nationalism, ethnonationalism, Dutch politics, and the Dutch reaction to Trump’s election. You can listen here. (Only the opening and closing words are in Dutch.) I want to thank Constant and the Erkenbrand team for making this possible.  Read more …

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The Fall of Western Man:
A Review

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Mark Collett
The Fall of Western Man
CreateSpace, 2017

The soul is that ungraspable, illimitable, and living citadel of a man and his aspirations, which itself grasps and delimits what his future shall attain to; and so for a collectivity of men. Read more …

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A Place for Women in the Alt Right

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It’s no secret that historically, men have harnessed intelligence, drive, pride, and anger to lead and conquer, while women have been empathetic supporting characters who provide vital biological services. For the most part, it’s a model that works, and Alt Right arguments for traditional female roles are legitimate: there’s tremendous value in having women devoted to raising many healthy, happy, stable children amidst a well-tended home. Read more …

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Coffee? I Like Coffee!:
The Metaphysical Cinema of Coleman Francis, Part One

Tor Johnson in The Beast of Yucca Flats.

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Part 1 of 3

The Coleman Francis Trilogy:
The Beast of Yucca Flats (1961),
The Skydivers (1963),
Red Zone Cuba (1966; aka Night Train to Mundo Fine) Read more …

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“Doxing Only Works Once”
Greg Johnson on Red Ice

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Henrik Palmgren and I had a wide-ranging 2-hour conversation on doxing, including the Millennial Woes and Mike Enoch cases, Hailgate, the self-defeating trap of identifying White Nationalism with National Socialism, and the necessity of ending the “trolls’ veto” of real world community-building and networking. You can listen here. I want to thank Henrik and the whole Red Ice team for making this possible.  Read more …

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We are All Egoists – and Why That’s a Good Thing

Artwork by KEKM8

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Many of those who end up exploring the political fringe – particularly on the Right – end up obsessed with various forms of what might loosely be called egocentricity. In those of a libertarian bent, this usually expresses itself as an obsession with contrasting honorable “individualism” against slavish “collectivism.” Read more …

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On Necessary & Convergent Goals for White Nationalism

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In 2004, while the New York Yankees were contending with the Boston Red Sox for the American League pennant, Yankee manager Joe Torre said something that has always stuck with me. Read more …

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Can Trump Red-Pill America?

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The only thing as unpredictable as Donald Trump’s path to victory in the general election is perhaps his path out of it. Few can be sure of how Trump will hit the ground running after his motley of cabinet appointees and pledge to exculpate Hillary Clinton from prosecution.  Read more …

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An Alt Right Take on Jeff Sessions’ Confirmation Hearing

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Senatorial procedures show how the conflicts of the day play out in the official political sphere. So when the confirmation hearings for Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) to become Attorney General occurred, I watched much of the live stream to see what would happen. Read more …

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The Cycle & the Center:
A Review of Aristokratia IV

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Aristokratia IV: D’Annunzio, Nietzsche, Stirner, & Social Revolt
Edited by K. Deva; with contributions from K. R. Bolton, Gwendolyn Taunton, Rene Walter Pletat, David Muller, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Boris Nad, James O’Meara, Lukas Kubena, Jarrad Ackert, and N. M. Phoenix
Manticore Press, 2016

It’s a cause for celebration that the wholly admirable Aristokratia project from Manticore Press continues on, now producing its fourth annual collection of the finest in esoteric philosophical and political studies. Read more …

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Confessions of an East Asian National Socialist

A shop in Thailand.

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I am an East Asian National Socialist and a staunch and ardent advocate for, and supporter of, National Socialism and White Nationalism. In my forty years of life, I have been abroad three times, but I have never traveled to an English-speaking country or any of the European countries, at least so far. In writing about my ideological and intellectual journey, it’s actually hard to pinpoint a specific entry point, be it a book, a Website, or something else pertaining to Adolf Hitler and National Socialism, Aryan Nationalism, or the Jewish question, from my decades of learning experiences. Read more …

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A Field Day for the Titanic Pessimist:
A Review of Guillaume Faye’s Archeofuturism 2.0

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Guillaume Faye
Archeofuturism 2.0
Arktos Media, 2016

Renowned Right-wing author Guillaume Faye has written his first novel, Archeofuturism 2.0. So you might ask: is it a good one? Has he delivered? Is this something for Faye fans, maybe even science fiction fans, to buy?

We’d answer “yes” to all these questions. Read more …

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Why I Support Mike Enoch

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I met Mike Enoch in December of 2014 at an NRx gathering in Manhattan. I instantly recognized his voice and struck up a conversation. He gave me his normie email address, and later that evening, on the long Metro North ride back to Westchester County, I did a Google search on his name and put together a pretty full picture of his life, including his wife’s Jewish surname. I leaned back on the uncomfortable bench, closed my eyes, and thought, “I wonder how long this star will streak across the firmament before burning out.”  Read more …

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White People Poetry:
Four Poems

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White People Sonnet*

“My pale hands on her pale skin. We shattered
Cigarettes” . . . in the dusk, fingers shaking Read more …

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My Pet Peeves

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Waiters who compliment me on what I’ve ordered (“Excellent choice, sir.”) Waiters who touch me. Anyone who touches me. People who say “time out!” to their children in public. Children in public. “Guys.” People who say “less” when they should say “fewer.” People who pronounce “Porsche” as “Porsh.” Hipsters. Read more …

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An Alt Right Take on The Bridge Over the River Kwai

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Pierre Boulle
The Bridge Over the River Kwai
The Vanguard Press, 1954

The Bridge Over the River Kwai – the novel, not the film – contains so many contradictions that it’s hard to keep them all in one’s mind.

For the Alt Right today, this semi-fictional story, written by Pierre Boulle, can serve as both an inspiration and a cautionary tale. Read more …

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Look at You, You’re the Fake News Now

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The meme war continues to twist and turn mere days into 2017, and Trump continues to ravage the Left at trans-dimensional backgammon. I know, I know; ascribing Trump’s broadsides to 4-D chess is overused and generally a big-if-true kind of deduction, but hear me out. Read more …

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Remembering Yukio Mishima:
January 14, 1925–November 25, 1970

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Spanish translation here

Yukio Mishima was one of the giants of 20th-century Japanese literature. Read more …

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The Toastmasters Model

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White Nationalists constantly talk about the need for real world or IRL (In Real Life) communities. Attending a national conference a couple of times a year is not enough, since the time and expense prevent most people from going, and after the conference is over, most of the people one meets will at best become online friends, unless one lucks out and meets someone from one’s hometown.  Read more …

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