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Dear Friends of Counter-Currents,

After a long hiatus, I decided to revive our newsletter. It was just not fair to our authors and reader not to share our Top 20 lists and web stats. This edition covers December 2017 to July 2018, focusing just on traffic stats and our top articles. I want to thank all of our writers, readers, and donors for making Counter-Currents such a success.

1. Our Readership and Web Traffic 

Month Unique Visitors Number of Visits Pages Viewed “Hits” Bandwidth
July 2018 151,710 287,323 1,495,087 1,541,056 43.60 GB
June 2018 150,307 280,625 1,420,234 1,371,897 38.62 GB
May 2018 151,739 287,032 3,990,878 4,140,772 38.36 GB
April 2018 150,833 286,365 1,535,115 1,676,785 37.94 GB
March 2018 169,686 327,589 2,589,786 2,733,787 54.08 GB
February 2018 145,761 268,300 1,370,626 1,511,087 32.71 GB
January 2018 150,378 297,511 1,575,368 1,715,849 37.82 GB
December 2017 152,616 279,822 1,611,341 1,721,470 36.28  GB
November 2017 206,887 369,476 1,447,593 1,558,599 34.12 GB
October 2017 185,568 357,742 1,305,421 2,674,026 84.44 GB
September 2017 167,887 316,974 1,174,706 5,018,519 59.75 GB
August 2017 197,961 402,333 1,571,545 5,147,275 72.50 GB
July 2017 143,298 291,003 962,966 4,321,260 54.73 GB
June 2017 146,466 314,232 991,487 4,496,358 56.48 GB
May 2017 144,005 316,576 975,281 4,304,712 56.36 GB
April 2017 146,149 314,996 1,141,489 4,307,589 63.78 GB
March 2017 187,296 372,483 1,247,545 4,226,147 67.70 GB
February 2017 176,470 349,663 1,203,798 4,112,379 63.50 GB
January 2017 168,633 354,483 1,274,174 4,538,574 70.39 GB
December 2016 166,356 343,155 1,237,884 4,459,628 70.60 GB
November 2016 149,973 327,184 1,211,464 4,578,555 54.19 GB
October 2016 143,274 334,172 1,384,218 4,686,132 49.46 GB
September 2016 135,699 329,894 1,523,606 4,773,361 60.16 GB
August 2016 140,362 316,443 1,505,438 4,334,119 71.48 GB
July 2016 122,622 343,826 1,756,815 4,071,905 58.92 GB
June 2016 123,901 351,467 1,664,032 4,237,552 57.88 GB
May 2016 134,345 360,069 1,663,686 4,578,071 59.79 GB
April 2016 121,779 327,150 1,514,605 4,525,313 59.50 GB
March 2016 119,288 343,090 1,586,158 4,385,429 55.58 GB
February 2016 121,361 342,891 1,269,478 3,865,233 52.09 GB
January 2016 112,680 312,399 1,279,265 3,808,315 56.32 GB
December 2015 118,438 327,974 1,270,504 3,756,303 59.09 GB
November 2015 130,264 341,885 1,212,556 3,825,700 62.43 GB
October 2015 118,247 320,680 1,226,301 3,599,419 62.65 GB
September 2015 124,342 325,517 1,266,197 3,653,818 65.50 GB
August 2015 103,769 264,613 1,082,267 2,992,773 52.13 GB
July 2015 103,188 281,469 1,263,504 3,307,479 55.38 GB
June 2015 119,264 288,620 1,289,808 3,439,675 57.42 GB
May 2015  no data  no data  no data  no data  no data
April 2015 79,251 144,783 666,989 1,576,493 14.12 GB
March 2015 86,251 173,236 749,068 1,545,146 14.21 GB
February 2015 76,322 148,894 526,666 1,208,728 10.92 GB
January 2015 86,263 171,544 612,211 1,348,105 13.35 GB
December 2014 78,658 152,838 538,903 896,560 9.73 GB
November 2014 86,254 172,786 678,026 741,633 7.93 GB
October 2014 85,852 174,240 678,119 748,061 8.15 GB
September 2014 61,485 121,651 448,701 505,472 8.92 GB
August 2014 62,415 127,630 438,270 501,703 8.62 GB
July 2014 63,223 149,786 456,117 536,178 8.79 GB
June 2014 58,147 116,084 327,309 366,568 7.16 GB
May 2014 59,321 116,293 321,397 363,432 7.08 GB
April 2014 56,511 110,621 318,831 367,018 6.91 GB
March 2014 65,619 117,881 335,592 380,785 7.89 GB
February 2014 55,805 100,271 300,207 346,026 6.18 GB
January 2014 82,567 209,131 1,130,149 1,224,623 98.64 GB
July 2013 82,106 200,961 1,619,899 1,813,531 124.29 GB
June 2013 80,409 197,258 1,730,633 1,884,016 103.77 GB
May 2013 95,667 221,260 1,758,299 1,897,099 103.67 GB
April 2013 81,328 192,910 1,528,169 1,634,540 91.16 GB
March 2013 83,303 189,545 1,477,001 1,778,006 94.98 GB
February 2013 81,999 185,688 1,396,374 1,498,502 75.33 GB
January 2013 100,054 208,004 900,577 1,012,979 40.81 GB
December 2012 109,265 224,793 926,117 1,143,248 37.53 GB
November 2012 107,956 199,912 584,115 755,419 29.95 GB
October 2012 81,739 157,152 410,096 416,362 16.36 GB
September 2012 66,719 132,503 455,938 493,856 17.73 GB
August 2012 41,616 96,314 305,729 329,353 12.23 GB
July 2012 52,304 108,340 367,589 373,470 12.52 GB
June 2012 55,112 110,246 400,141 404,162 13.66 GB
May 2012 56,323 111,533 400,243 404,483 15.70 GB
April 2012 56,772 110,029 421,446 428,678 16.08 GB
March 2012 55,572 106,029 441,170 475,719 16.36 GB
February 2012 53,345 99,607 376,288 411,915 14.43 GB
January 2012 56,633 107,644 408,373 433,736 21.38 GB
December 2011 49,845 97,223 337,881 344,210 13.65 GB
November 2011 44,445 88,824 330,664 339,521 14.22 GB
October 2011 45,590 90,444 337,137 468,197 17.78 GB
September 2011 45,427 88,782 422,902 481,909 11.67 GB
August 2011 40,002 81,012 502,282 2,083,593 53.18 GB
July 2011 30,186 66,093 416,309 1,952,047 71.23 GB
June 2011 28,629 57,920 264,928 1,004,128 22.78 GB
May 2011 36,596 78,103 274,841 1,334,472 47.59 GB
April 2011 20,091 58,037 223,291 2,729,449 54.65 GB
March 2011 29,768 62,077 220,053 2,485,001 52.21 GB
February 2011 29,737 61,519 213,121 2,081,558 40.13 GB
January 2011 28,583 60,005 198,249 1,736,067 34.06 GB
December 2010 26,161 50,975 192,905 1,101,829 27.79 GB
November 2010 26,054 48,336 171,833 915,553 26.39 GB
October 2010 17,848 35,921 140,365 611,367 17.93 GB
September 2010 17,063 34,510 147,051 580,550 16.39 GB
August 2010 12,174 22,348 93,379 333,614 10.17 GB
July 2010 9,387 17,329 119,254 348,172 10.01 GB
June 2010 6,145 10,328 70,732 200,824 6.08 GB

 

2.  Top 20 Pieces (with Number of Reads), December 2017 to July 2018

July:

  1. C. B. Robertson, “The Coming Civil War,” 6,681
  2. Greg Johnson, “Dov Bechhofer Did Nothing Wrong,” 6,631
  3. R. Houck, “Eric Clopper’s Sex and Circumcision,” 5,727
  4. Quintilian, “Events Have Been Set in Motion,” 5,175
  5. Ash Donaldson, “Sword of Dishonor,” 4,297
  6. Greg Johnson, “Whiteness,” 4,250
  7. Collin Cleary, “How to Know if You Have Had a Mystical Experience,” 4,188
  8. James Lawrence, “The Kursk Strategy,” 4,025
  9. Spencer Quinn, “An Open Letter to Vox Day,” 3,929
  10. Greg Johnson, “What’s Wrong with Diversity?,” 3,763
  11. Chad Crowley, “White Lives Matter,” 3,503
  12. Donald Thoresen, “The Re-Emergence of Honesty,” 3,476
  13. Chad Crowley, “Towards a New European Palingenesis,” 3,476
  14. Jef Costello, “I Will Not Become My Father,” 3,351
  15. Greg Johnson, “A Lost Interview,” 3,345
  16. James J. O’Meara, “Duper’s Delight or Draper’s Diddle?,” 3,244
  17. Jef Costello, “Has the Left Gone Completely Crazy?,” 3,211
  18. R. Houck, “The War Against Whites in Advertising,” 3,125
  19. Travis LeBlanc, Interview with Ryan Faulk, 3,060
  20. Michael Walker, “Mussolini, Or the Will to Power,” 2,967

June:

  1. R. Houck, “The War Against Whites in Advertising,” 8,206
  2. C. B. Robertson, “Identity and the Problem with Christianity,” 5,557
  3. Huntley Haverstock, “The Truth About Tommy Robinson,” 5,433
  4. Guillaume Durocher, “The Truth About the Kalergi Plan,” 4,006
  5. Huntley Haverstock, “The Latest Lies from Tommy Robinson,” 3,762
  6. Huntley Haverstock, “On Black Pills and Punching Right,” 3,490
  7. Margot Metroland, “Lord Haw Haw of MI5,” 3,157
  8. Greg Johnson, “Why I Don’t Support Tommy Robinson,” 3,126
  9. Counter-Currents Radio, “The Populist Wave in Europe,” 3,048
  10. Huntley Haverstock, “Mexicans and Motherhood,” 2,980
  11. P. J. Collins, “Hello (((Fellow Boomers))),” 2,973
  12. Huntley Haverstock, “Further Proof Tommy Robinson is a Fraud,” 2,871
  13. Chad Crowley, “Racial Realities,” 2,838
  14. Rainer Chlodwig von K, “Dark Star Risible,” 2,769
  15. Julius Evola, “The Aryan Ethos,” 2,760
  16. R. Houck, “Law Enforcement and the Hostile Elite,” 2,729
  17. A. B. Rockwell, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” 2,638
  18. James Lawrence, “Thoughts on the State of the Right,” 2,608
  19. Hubert Collins, “Liberalism is Suicide, Suicide is Liberalism,” 2,339
  20. Morris V. de Kamp, “Punching Left,” 2,330

May:

  1. Buttercup Dew reviews Avengers: Infinity War11,132
  2. Greg Johnson, “Why I Don’t Support Tommy Robinson,” 10,921
  3. Collin Cleary, “Evola’s Nietzschean Ethics,” 6,159
  4. Karl Nemmersdorf, “Racial Mayhem,” 4,931
  5. Greg Johnson, “Counter-Currents Under Attack,” 4,614
  6. Travis LeBlanc, “Bill Cosby: America’s Uncle (Tom),” 4,025
  7. Jarosław Ostrogniew, “Across the Line: Why Nationalism Can Win,” 3,557
  8. John Morgan, “In South Carolina, Criticizing Jews and Israel is Now Hate Speech,” 3,235
  9. Rolf Peter Sieferle, “The Eternal Nazi,” 3,231
  10. Trevor Lynch reviews Solo: A Star Wars Story2,926
  11. Samuel Francis, “Enemies of the State,” 2,890
  12. Spencer Quinn, “On the Kevin MacDonald-Nathan Cofnas Debate,” Part 1, 2,810
  13. David Yorkshire, “Hero Worship and Tommytards,” 2,809
  14. John Morgan, “What Would Evola Do?,” 2,748
  15. Travis LeBlanc interviews Frame Game, 2,589
  16. Voryn Illidari, Cobra Kai2,586
  17. F. Roger Devlin, “Rolf Peter Sieferle,” 2,560
  18. David Yorkshire, “Two Independent Films for the Dissident Right,” 2,455
  19. Samantha Hilton, “American Renaissance, 2018,” 2,392
  20. Margot Metroland, “The Gospel According to Goldberg,” 2,389

April:

  1. R. Houck, “The War on Whites in Advertising: A Followup,” 8,439
  2. M. K. Lane, “Who’s Afraid of Afrikaner Refugees,” 8,220
  3. R. Houck, “The War on Whites in Advertising,” 5,703
  4. Travis LeBlanc, “Baked Alaska Goes Hollywood,” 4,238
  5. Greg Johnson, “The European Fighting Spirit,” 4,093
  6. Spencer Quinn, “On the Doxxing of Ricky Vaughan,” 4,080
  7. Hubert Collins, “Use Hate Speech: It Makes You Powerful,” 3,868
  8. Michael Walker, “Europe’s Dams Are Cracking,” 3,576
  9. Travis LeBlanc, “The Great Sex-Worker Shuttening,” 3,519
  10. Greg Johnson, “Ronald Beiner’s Dangerous Minds,” 3,486
  11. F. Roger Devlin, “Toward the New Mainstream,” 3,311
  12. Jef Costello, “They’re Coming,” 3,105
  13. C. B. Robertson, “The Sin of Pride,” 3,095
  14. A. B. Rockwell, “To Kill a Nice White Society,” 3,035
  15. Greg Johnson, “Camille Paglia Censors Her Own Work,” 3,035
  16. Greg Johnson, “Dealing with Doxers,” 3,028
  17. Greg Johnson, “What’s Wrong With Diversity” (podcast), 2,863
  18. Bane Jacobs, “Retaking the City,” 2,774
  19. John Morgan, “For Europe: Hungary’s 2018 Election,” 2,735
  20. Greg Johnson, “Redefining the Mainstream,” 2,725

March:

  1. R. Houck, “The War Against Whites in Advertising,” 35,962
  2. Greg Johnson, “In Bed With the Press,” 6,052
  3. Ricardo Duchesne, “Steven Pinker’s Anti-Enlightenment Attack on White Identitarians,” 5,450
  4. Greg Johnson, “What Is American Nationalism?,” 4,056
  5. Jef Costello, “In Praise of Jared Taylor,” 3,956
  6. Modeste Schwartz, “From the Savannah to Helsinki,” 3,544
  7. Me Ne Frego, Interview with Mike Enoch, 3,517
  8. Greg Johnson, “Rules for Writers,” Part 1, 3,431
  9. Spencer Quinn, “Skin in the Game: The Doxxing of Pamela Geller,” 3,367
  10. Spencer Quinn, “A Low-IQ Individual,” 3,252
  11. Julius Evola, “Otto Weininger on the Jewish Question,” 3,148
  12. Alain de Benoist, “On French Politics, Populism, Trump, Hungary, and Being a Right-Wing Intellectual,” 3,081
  13. Spencer Quinn, “Letter to the Z-Man,” 3,060
  14. Julian Langness, “Identity Rising,” 3,041
  15. Greg Johnson, “Rules for Writers,” Part 2, 2,854
  16. Greg Johnson, “Journalists and Other Antifa,” 2,853
  17. Travis LeBlanc, “O. J. Simpson and the Red Pill that America Forgot,” 2,774
  18. Doug Huntington, “Is Russia Really Our Friend?,” 2,768
  19. Counter-Currents Radio, “James Allsup on American Nationalism,” 2,702
  20. Spencer Quinn, “Paul Nehlen’s Wage the Battle,” 2,680

February:

  1. Travis LeBlanc, “Internet Bloodsports,” 7,750
  2. Video of the Day: “German Women Denounce Migrant Violence,” 4,494
  3. Donald Thoresen, “Dear Angry Young White Man,” 4,412
  4. Dionýz Sokol, “The Ideological War for the Occult Scene,” 4,358
  5. Ricardo Duchesne, “Jordan Peterson’s Rejection of Identity Politics Allows White Ethnocide,” 4,025
  6. G, “Overton Window Warriors,” 3,976
  7. Morris V. De Kamp, “Warning: All Military Careers are Swiftboatable,” 3,756
  8. James J. O’Meara, “From Barbados to Black Panther,” 3,705
  9. Jef Costello, “All Hail the God Emperor’s State of the Universe Address,” 3,469
  10. C. B. Robertson, “Creating a Place to Be,” 3,360
  11. Greg Johnson, “Politics, Metapolitics, and Hegemony,” 3,347
  12. Counter-Currents Radio, Interview with the Golden One, 3,335
  13. Spencer Quinn, “Paul Nehlen, the JG, and the GOP,” 3,266
  14. Anglian Exile, “Spielberg’s War: Saving Private Ryan and the Jewish Experience,” 3,238
  15. Kerry Bolton, “New Zealand Race Commissar Incites Violence Against Rightist Dissidents,” 3,198
  16. Hubert Collins, “Put Pornographer Jim Powers in Prison,” 3,170
  17. Jef Costello, “Wardruna in New York,” 3,131
  18. Trevor Lynch, Black Panther3,122
  19. Black Invention Myths, 3,118
  20. Aedon Cassiel, “Black Lives Matter is a KKK Plot,” 3,107

January:

  1. Jef Costello, “Why We Are So Good-Looking,” 6,434
  2. Jarosław Ostrogniew, “The Dark Rebirth:Report on the Asgardsrei 2017 Festival & Pact of Steel Conference (Kiev, Ukraine, 16–17.12.2017),” 4,759
  3. Spencer Quinn, “The Truth About Martin Luther King, Jr.,” 4,186
  4. Jef Costello, “Vikings: The TV Series,” 3,946
  5. Greg Johnson, “Answering Sargon of Akkad” (podcast), 3,879
  6. Greg Johnson, “Forced to be Free,” 3,689
  7. Travis LeBlanc, “The Skeptic War,” 3,683
  8. Me Ne Frego, “Greg Johnson on Sargon, Nehlen, and Bannon,” 3,582
  9. Julius Evola, “Judaism in the Ancient World,” 3,567
  10. Greg Johnson vs. Styx Hexenhammer 666, 3,497
  11. Greg Johnson, “The Christian Question in White Nationalism,” 3,295
  12. Travis LeBlanc, “An Identitarian, a Civic Nationalist, & a Classical Liberal Walk into a Stream (the Third One Cucks),” 3,268
  13. C. B. Robertson, “A Mythology for the New Right,” 3,171
  14. Spencer Quinn reviews Jared Taylor’s If We Do Nothing3,162
  15. Spencer Quinn, “Déjà Jew: Jared Taylor & the “Alt Right Purge” on Twitter,” 3,121
  16. C. B. Robertson, “What is Racism?,” 3,043
  17. Greg Johnson, “Whitopia,” 2,932
  18. Huntley Haverstock, “Why the State: A Response to Styx,” 2,922
  19. Spencer Quinn, “Paul Nehlen: /ourguy/,” 2,911
  20. Aedon Cassiel, “Ten Questions for Jason Kessler,” 2,654

December 2017:

  1. Greg Johnson, “Don’t Let the Bastards Get You Down,” 12,022
  2. Irmin Vinson, “Lauren Southern the Sex Worker,” 6,216
  3. Spencer Quinn, “This Is Why We Have Anti-Semitism,” 5,453
  4. Jef Costello, “I Am Officially Done With These People,” 5,120
  5. Spencer Quinn, “On Misogyny in the Alt Right,” 4,919
  6. Aedon Cassiel, “The Inevitability of Ethnonationalism,” 4,646
  7. Trevor Lynch reviews Star Wars: The Last Jedi, 4,514
  8. Aedon Cassiel, “Bring Back Prohibition,” 4,243
  9. Garrett Deasy, “Patriotism and Nationalism: A Response to Sarah Silverman,” 4,021
  10. Me Ne Frego on The Front National, 3,798
  11. Spencer Quinn, “‘I’m Not Racist,'” 3,716
  12. Joseph S. Salemi, “The Soros-Bergoglio Axis,” 3,643
  13. Philosophicat, “Hit Me With Your Best Shot,” 3,321
  14. Gregory Hood, “The Great Alabama Shit Test,” 3,315
  15. Spencer Quinn, “The Spirit of Poland,” 3,293
  16. Claus Brinker, “Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird,” 3,289
  17. Quintilian, “Wyndham Lewis’ Paleface: The Philosophy of the Melting-Pot,” 3,260
  18. Howe Abbott-Hiss, “J. K. Rowling and Her Fans Still Have Traditional White Views,” 3,229
  19. “Be of Good Cheer”: Counter-Currents on Millenniyule, 2,974
  20. Buttercup Dew reviews Star Wars: The Last Jedi2,970

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9 Comments

  1. Silverbackwanda
    Posted August 4, 2018 at 4:01 am | Permalink

    Why are there visits to the website numbered around 150,000 plus, but the individual articles have such fewer reads? Wouldn’t at least one article have 100,000 plus reads?

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted August 4, 2018 at 12:11 pm | Permalink

      We have published thousands of articles over the last 8+ years, and almost all of them get some reads every month.

  2. Hubert Colins
    Posted August 2, 2018 at 10:05 pm | Permalink

    Impossible to look at this and not check for your own work. Thanks to everyone for reading.

  3. Matt Grey
    Posted August 2, 2018 at 9:02 pm | Permalink

    And on a lighter note, I need the picture explained to me. It’s a moose in an inflatable wading pool titled “Made In the Shade”. Clearly some North American humour, I’m not American (unless you count being a citizen in a client state) and despite a life time of American indoctrination thru Tv I don’t get it (of course American humour on telly isn’t necessarily American.) Perhaps an article on American humour before it was occupied?

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted August 2, 2018 at 9:53 pm | Permalink

      A moose in a wading pool is self-evidently funny.

  4. Thomas
    Posted August 1, 2018 at 3:58 pm | Permalink

    Greg, how do you interpret the above in light of your goals for CC? With a good chunk of time shown here, I’m curious to know what your ‘message to the shareholders’ might be to accompany the numbers.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted August 1, 2018 at 4:10 pm | Permalink

      Our site has a pattern of growth spurts and then long plateaus. We have been plateaued for some time now. I would like to break out of that. But ultimately, CC is an elitist publication, so we can’t judge success by purely quantitative standards. CC keeps drawing in high quality people as writers and readers, and that is the most important consideration.

      The US movement, which is where our largest audience is, has been in the doldrums for most of 2018, as the worst elements (Spencer, TWP) have been tanking, having burned up a great deal of capital in the process. CC has stayed above that and has not been negatively affected.

      People are watching and waiting for a new way forward, something we can unite around, as we did with Trump in 2015 and 2016. When that comes along, we will probably see an upsurge in traffic and activity in all movement hubs including CC.

      In the meantime, we are just going to keep producing quality books, articles, and podcasts.

      • Kevin Merrick
        Posted August 1, 2018 at 6:49 pm | Permalink

        Counter-Currents is such an elitist site that it was mentioned in a New York Times article yesterday. It’s posted here: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/30/opinion/inside-the-world-of-racist-science-fiction.html

        Keep up all the good work that you do, Greg!

      • Thomas
        Posted August 2, 2018 at 12:46 pm | Permalink

        Thanks for the reply Greg, definitely appreciate that CC stays above the dysfunction. CC remains one of few publications whose work I can share and discuss with others sans caveats, a credit to its writers and editors. This is one of the reasons you’ll keep getting my money until we win or they shut you down.

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    The Eldritch Evola

    Western Civilization Bites Back

    New Right vs. Old Right

    Lost Violent Souls

    Journey Late at Night: Poems and Translations

    The Non-Hindu Indians & Indian Unity

    Baader Meinhof ceramic pistol, Charles Kraaft 2013

    Jonathan Bowden as Dirty Harry

    The Lost Philosopher, Second Expanded Edition

    Trevor Lynch's A White Nationalist Guide to the Movies

    And Time Rolls On

    The Homo & the Negro

    Artists of the Right

    North American New Right, Vol. 1

    Forever and Ever

    Some Thoughts on Hitler

    Tikkun Olam and Other Poems

    Under the Nihil

    Summoning the Gods

    Hold Back This Day

    The Columbine Pilgrim

    Confessions of a Reluctant Hater

    Taking Our Own Side

    Toward the White Republic

    Distributed Titles

    Reuben

    The Node

    A Sky Without Eagles

    The Way of Men

    The New Austerities

    Morning Crafts

    The Passing of a Profit & Other Forgotten Stories

    Asatru: A Native European Spirituality

    The Lost Philosopher

    Impeachment of Man

    Gold in the Furnace

    Defiance