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Zrovna jsem doposlouchal rozhovor Grega Johnsona s Markem Dyalem na rádiu Counter-Currents. Dyalova pouť od samolibého antirasistického skejťáckého pankáče a fanouška Public Enemy, přes studenta černošských studií až k nieztzscheánskému skinheadskému fašistovi je pro mě zároveň fascinující i povědomá. Read more …

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All They Have Is Fear

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Progressives use every man’s natural fear of showing fear to manipulate him — inventing fake “phobias” and implying he is afraid of everything they want. Read more …

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La bandera estadounidense no es un símbolo fálico

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Traducción por A. Garrido. Enlace original aquí.

¿Quién ondea la bandera en Estados Unidos?

Todos la ondean en mítines políticos, pero las demócratas lesbianas trans-negras no ponen banderas en sus antejardines. No visten camisetas de “estos colores no huyen” ni izan mini-banderas en las antenas de sus camiones.  Read more …

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The American Flag Is Not A Phallic Symbol

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Wake up Americucks, Your Country Hates You

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Who waves the flag in America?

Everyone waves them at political rallies, but transblack lesbian Democrats don’t put flags in their front yards. They don’t wear “these colors don’t run” t-shirts and they don’t fly mini-flags on the antennae of their trucks.

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On What is a Rune?

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Collin Cleary
What is a Rune? and Other Essays
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2015

As a lifetime “non-believer” who has been delving into Germanic heathen worldviews and traditions for the past year or so, Collin Cleary’s What is a Rune? pulled a few ideas together for me at the right time, introduced some evocative concepts that I’d like to revisit in visual art, and inspired some new questions. Read more …

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Cohesive Societies Check State Power:
On Francis Fukuyama’s The Origins of Political Order

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The Origins of Political Order: From Prehuman Times to the French Revolution
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2012

There’s so much meat in Francis Fukuyama’s The Origins of Political Order that someone could teach a college class on it, and someone should. It’s an expansive study of different political systems that attempts to develop a general theory of political development, and explain why different societies have formed different kinds of states — or none at all. Read more …

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Clickbait Country

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clickbaitYou may or may not be old enough to remember when the Internet was a new thing, but for a long time, web pages were not considered “credible” sources. If you were a serious person trying to make a serious point, you cited books, academic journals, established magazines and venerable old newspapers.  Read more …

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A Sky Without Eagles

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Jack Donovan
A Sky Without Eagles: Selected Essays and Speeches 2010-2014 
Milwaukie, Or.: Dissonant Hum, 2014
166 pages

hardcover only: $30

Read Jef Costello’s review here.

A Sky Without Eagles is the first printed collection of The Way of Men author Jack Donovan’s essays and speeches. Read more …

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The Way of Men

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Jack Donovan
The Way of Men
Milwaukie, Or.: Dissonant Hum, 2012
170 pages

paperback only: $14

Read Jef Costello’s review here.

“Jack Donovan’s The Way of Men is an essential book on the nature of masculinity and why it is under assault in the modern world. Read more …

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A Tribe Among the Trees:
Ernst Jünger’s The Forest Passage

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Ernst Jünger
The Forest Passage
Translated by Thomas Friese
New York: Telos Press, 2013

We all live in deserts.

Urban deserts. Suburban deserts. Even in rural areas it is difficult to escape the commercially refined silicates of mechanized and meaningless modernity that blow over and bury the fossilized remains of dead gods and old ways. Read more …

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White Men Vote Republican Because They’re Suckers

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elephantAmanda Marcotte recently wrote that “White men, as a group, vote Republican because they vote their resentments.”

The New York Times article she cited didn’t say or even imply anything about resentment. It did say that straight, working-class white men vote Republican because the Democratic Party has devoted the majority of its resources to appealing to women, gays and the various groups of less-white men who are nostalgically referred to as “minorities.” Read more …

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Are Men the New Mexicans?
Pro-Male Feminists Are Still Feminists

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When Camille Paglia’s speech “It’s a Man’s World, and It Always Will Be” was published in Time magazine, my feeds and inboxes overflowed with approving links and comments.

“Finally, someone in the mainstream media is speaking some truth about men.”  Read more …

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The Clan vs. Modern, State-Dependent “Individualism”

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Thomas Hart Benton, “Independence and the Opening of the West,” 1961

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Writing for Cato Unbound, Mark Weiner, author of The Rule of the Clan, recently made several correct observations about the problem of reconciling statelessness or “small government” with American conceptions of individual liberty.  Read more …

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Anarkofasismi

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Suomentanut Siegfried Adlercreutz

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Jos yhteiskunta lakkauttaa kaiken seikkailun, ainoaksi seikkailuksi jää yhteiskunnan lakkauttaminen.

(Situationistien seinäkirjoitus toukokuussa 1968.)

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“Thank You Military”

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Veterans Day, 2013

Last night, at some point I looked over at the TV and saw hundreds of football fans in the stands holding up sign cards that read:

“THANK YOU MILITARY”  Read more …

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Paleofuturism for the Man; Archeofuturism for the People

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There are 3 types of people in the world: People who haven’t heard of the paleo diet, people who have tried the paleo diet, and people who can’t wait to tell you how stupid it is.

People in the last group want to tell you how we’re still evolving, how different groups evolved differently, how you couldn’t live like our ancestors even if you tried, how the paleo diet isn’t sustainable for the world’s growing population, how SCIENCE! can produce superior health and athleticism, and how all that meat and fat will make you obese and give you a heart attack.  Read more …

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Is This What A Male Feminist’s Brain Looks Like?

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This could still turn out to be some kind of hoax, but it appears that prominent male feminist Hugo Schwyzer went off his meds after his recent public shaming and desperate cry for attention “suicide attempt,” and then had a massive confessional Twitter meltdown.

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Principles of Convenience

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Herbert James Draper, “Figure with a Laurel Wreath”

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Your personal shortcomings and natural talents are not moral triumphs.

When I read about someone preaching sexual abstinence, I want to see what that person looks like. I don’t want to be lectured about the virtues of chastity by someone who would obviously have trouble getting laid. I’m not impressed with the self-discipline or moral fortitude of an obese neckbeard or pimply teenager, Read more …

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No One Wants Crazy People To Have Guns, But Who Decides Who Is Crazy?

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It sounds like a common sense measure.

Keep guns out of the hands of people who are “unstable.”

You don’t want people who might “snap” to have access to an arsenal, right?

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White Men Were Never Made of Marble

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Sculptures are just sculptures.

The men who modeled for Greek statues were probably sunburnt, hairy, and scarred.  Read more …

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Anarcho-Fascism

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Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

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“In a society that has abolished every kind of adventure the only adventure that remains is to abolish the society.”

—Situationist graffito, May 1968

As a political ideology, fascism was a mixed bag of 20th-century ideas. Its athletic presence hung with flirty, politically expedient schemes like universal suffrage, in many ways last century’s fascism was defined by its responses to other political movements of the time—like Marxism and liberal capitalism.  Read more …

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Honor on the Death Star

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Do Imperial Stormtroopers have honor?

They are organized in fighting teams. They are expected to show strength and courage, and to demonstrate mastery of weaponry and fighting tactics. Read more …

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Women in Combat: “Why Not?”

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Outgoing Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced in January that he would formally lift the ban on women serving in combat positions. Across the nation, many frustrated men are asking “why?”  Read more …

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From Patriots to Traitors?

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Gregory Hood’s recent goading of “Beltway Rambos” highlighted the kind of psychological shift that’s going to have to take place in the minds of Americans—in the minds of men who consider themselves American patriots—before they “start shooting people.”

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First World Values or Tribal Values?
On Jax, Tara & the Sons of Anarchy

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The First World has a plan for you.

You’re supposed to go to college. Learn what to do, what to say, what to think, how to feel. Someone gives you a good grade, pats you on the back and tells you that you’re a “critical thinker.” Read more …

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“I’m Sorry, I Just Don’t Keep Up With The Ladies’ Gossip Magazines.”

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Every few days, a reader sends me a link to some head-exploding lunacy lobbed from the tie-dyed tents over at Camp Vagina. The guys mean well. Most are just offering grist for the mill, or something they want me to “get out there” to a wider audience. I think sometimes they are hoping to prod me into some kind of thumotic rage, so that I’ll tear apart the offending essay and write down the words that they feel.  Read more …

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The Bright Side of Illegal Immigration

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I had an epiphany a couple of months ago.

After looking over their shoulders, some co-workers started complaining about all of the illegals in our industry. Read more …

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The Cycle

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Fecundity Demands a Cruel Balance in Anthony Burgess’ The Wanting Seed

“. . . one could not perhaps, after all, and it was a pity, make art out of that gentle old liberalism. The new books were full of sex and death, perhaps the only materials for a writer.”

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The Manly Barbarian:
Masculinity & Exploit in Veblen’s Theory of the Leisure Class

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Thorstein Veblen’s Theory of the Leisure Class was written as a treatise on economics, but in pieces—like the work of Freud and Darwin—it reads today like an early stab at evolutionary psychology. I decided to dig into it after reading Venkatesh Rao’s brilliant essay “The Return of the Barbarian.” Read more …

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Try-Hard & Be Humble

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Whatever you do, you don’t want to look like a “Try-Hard.”

I get the idea. Masculinity is fearless and expansive. If you want to “alpha” a situation, you want to exude effortless competence.  Read more …

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