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White Identity Politics

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Greg Johnson
White Identity Politics
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2020
180 pages

White Identity Politics is the sequel to Greg Johnson’s ground-breaking work The White Nationalist Manifesto. Like the Manifesto, it is a slender volume, written in a highly accessible style in order to maximize its readership and impact.

Part One of White Identity Politics argues that white identity politics is inevitable as a consequence of multiculturalism, necessary if whites are to survive, and completely moral. It also deals with the three foundational concepts of white identity politics: race, ethnicity, and love of one’s own.

Part Two of White Identity Politics surveys some useful academic studies that help us understand the roots and prospects of white identity politics and how to better connect with our constituency. The books discussed include Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin’s National Populism, Eric Kaufmann’s Whiteshift, Ashley Jardina’s White Identity Politics, and Yoram Hazony’s The Virtue of Nationalism.

Part Three of White Identity Politics defends the legitimacy of white identity politics from such critics as Francis Fukuyama, Mark Lilla, William Galston, Jan-Werner Müller, and others.

White Identity Politics will be released on May 30, 2020.

White Identity Politics will be released in four formats, with several options for patronage:

  1. Hardcover limited edition of 200 copies, numbered, signed, and personalized: $100 (+ $5 US postage, $20 global postage)
  2. Hardcover limited edition of 200 copies, numbered, signed, and personalized plus you will be thanked by your name (or initials, or pen name, or as “anonymous,” as you prefer) in the book itself: $500 (including postage).
  3. Hardcover limited edition of 200 copies, numbered, signed, and personalized plus you will be thanked by your name (or initials, or pen name, or as “anonymous,” as you prefer) in the book itself plus you will receive signed hardcover copies of Greg Johnson’s other books: $1,000 or more (including postage).

If the limited edition is too rich for your tastes, please consider pre-ordering the regular edition, which comes in three formats:

  1. Regular hardcover edition: $30 (including postage; add additional $5 postage to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, & the Far East)
  2. Paperback edition: $15 (including postage; add additional $5 postage to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, & the Far East)
  3. Ebook edition: $5 (be sure to include your email address for delivery)

How to order White Identity Politics:

There are three ways you can send payment:

  1. By credit card or bank transfer
  2. By mail
  3. By crypto-currency transfer

To use a credit card or bank transfer:

  1. Click here
  2. In the Message to Counter-Currents box, please indicate (1) which version of the book you are buying, (2) the mailing address, and (3) how you would like the book personalized.

Steps for mailing in your payment:

  1. Download and print our order form (PDF, Word)
  2. Send payment to the address on the order form.

Steps for paying with crypto-currencies:

  1. Determine which books you wish to order, and how many.
  2. Choose a crypto-currency option and send payment to one of our addresses here.
  3. Email the order and the crypto payment receipt (so we know what transfer is yours) to [email protected]

The release date of White Identity Politics is May 30, 2020.

 

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16 Comments

  1. anon
    Posted December 16, 2019 at 7:37 pm | Permalink

    I am interested in pre ordering the book, should the “donation amount” be in my local currency or in USD?
    I assume it should be the USD amount, but i wanted to double check.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted December 16, 2019 at 11:04 pm | Permalink

      yes

  2. R1b Visa
    Posted December 14, 2019 at 10:58 am | Permalink

    Have you looked into using Asian payment processors like Alipay and JCB? I imagine they’d have less motivation to ban you.

  3. Ward Malesys
    Posted December 14, 2019 at 5:00 am | Permalink

    I tried to donate, using the credit card web link option.
    Submitted last month, all seemed well.
    But my card was not charged.
    Now, I would like to order the White Identity Politics, with extra the donation not charged , but i land on the same page.
    Is the credit option working ?
    Ijsbeer.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted December 14, 2019 at 11:37 am | Permalink

      A couple of cards were refused. Please try again. Thanks so much!

  4. Marcus
    Posted November 25, 2019 at 10:37 am | Permalink

    What are the dimensions of the standard paperback and hardcovers?

    Ps. I think the cover is a bit boring. Perhaps add a some more color and contrast? Now its all white and gray.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted November 25, 2019 at 6:08 pm | Permalink

      The book dimensions are 5.5 x 8.5

    • Alexandra O
      Posted December 14, 2019 at 11:10 am | Permalink

      I think the book cover is very elegant. Don’t change a thing. Nothing more beautiful than a white marble Greek statue (or perhaps a Roman copy). This is our heritage, wonderfully presented.

  5. Ex-Proofreader
    Posted November 18, 2019 at 5:10 am | Permalink

    Perhaps I’m being petty, but I have to ask whether the typefaces used on the front cover truly complement each other. I’m not sure that combining a very old style of lettering with a very modern style of lettering is appropriate here, even if the combination is archeofuturist.

    Trajan is a very elegant titling typeface, designed by Carol Twombly and based on the lettering used on Trajan’s column. I’m not entirely sure what the other typeface is — it can be quite difficult to identify some typefaces when the specimen in question uses a bold sans serif font, all capitals, and relatively few letters — but I’m fairly confident that it’s Futura, given its widespread use in general and the fact that Futura is obviously used on the cover of The White Nationalist Manifesto and Toward a New Nationalism, while Futura Black is used on the cover of The Gizmo. (Futura was designed by Paul Renner, who in 1932 attacked National Socialism in a work titled Kulturbolschewismus? [Cultural Bolshevism?]. Nevertheless, Renner’s sins were not as perverse as those of Eric Gill, who committed incest and bestiality, or as despicable as those of Jonathan Hoefler, who swindled his former business partner Tobias Frere-Jones. Come to think of it, even Times New Roman was effectively designed by a communist “fellow traveler,” namely Stanley Morison . . . For some reason, writing all this reminds me that the French term for font is “police de caractères.”)

    The front cover might look better if “Greg Johnson” was set in Trajan, in a somewhat smaller size, and with differences in the spacing between, and perhaps the size of, the elements below the picture of Athena, the goddess of wisdom, practical reason, and warfare. Trajan includes true small capitals, and it might be appropriate to use them on the cover.

    But this is probably more than enough sperging on typography on my part. (Indeed, it might be quipped that many people turn the comments section on websites into spergatory, but damned few of them actually end up expiating their sins, i.e., their incivility, their lack of culture, and their wilful ignorance.) In any case, typography is a concern I should pursue elsewhere, perhaps into territory that is now unexplored or underexplored.

    • Eihwas
      Posted December 11, 2019 at 1:20 am | Permalink

      This is one of the most enlightening things I have read of late. I would love to read a whole article on the nefarious background of fonts of the New Right police of characters.

      • Eihwas
        Posted December 11, 2019 at 1:21 am | Permalink

        *I meant, on fonts in general as well as a manifesto or catalog of fonts for the New Right

        • GC Mandrake
          Posted December 31, 2019 at 7:12 pm | Permalink

          Ex-Proofreader, I agree. I don’t have much knowledge of typography, but even to the untrained eye, the juxtaposition of two very different fonts, one black sans serif, one white serif, does not “spark joy”.

  6. Svea Svensson
    Posted November 15, 2019 at 12:11 pm | Permalink

    Beautiful sculpture on the cover. Is it Athena?

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted November 15, 2019 at 12:13 pm | Permalink

      thanks, yes that is her

  7. Emblematic
    Posted November 15, 2019 at 11:40 am | Permalink

    Apparently TRS can still take online credit card payments for subscriptions. Perhaps you could reach out to Mike Enoch and find out how they do it.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted November 15, 2019 at 12:14 pm | Permalink

      Yes we tried that.

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