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Midway:
Fighting for a White Country

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It’s shocking Hollywood produced a film like Midway.

The heroes are upstanding white men who fight for their country and not abstract ideals. The good guys are all white, the bad guys are not. There is no question that the good guys are us and the bad guys are the enemy.The women are loyal wives and mothers who uphold traditional gender roles. Courage and patriotism are extolled, not undermined. Read more …

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Groyper War Paranoia

Patrick Casey

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The drama never ends for the groypers.

Nick Fuentes and American Identity Movement (AIM) leader Patrick Casey are hosting a “Groyper Leadership Summit” (GLS) later this month in Florida. The event will take place close to the time of Turning Point USA’s (TPUSA) Student Activist Summit. Read more …

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Don’t Shy Away from The Wire

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Remember The Wire?

The HBO television series was Barack Obama’s favorite series and a main item on Stuff White People Like (SWPL).

The Wire ran for five seasons from 2002 to 2008. The show is set in Baltimore – the city President Donald Trump called a “rodent-infested mess” – and focuses on drug dealers and the cops who pursue them. Read more …

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Conspiracy Theories for NPCs

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“Jeffrey Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” is now a normie meme.

You can see this meme on t-shirts, on signs at football games, and on NPCs’ Facebook pages. Read more …

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Welcome to the Capitol Hill Polycule

Katie Hill

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What would politics be without sex scandals? Everyone knows lawmakers often engage in lurid affairs and try to keep their private lives out of the public eye. When they get caught, it’s front-page news and red meat for late-night comedy.

The latest political sex scandal is different from the past ones, however. It doesn’t feature a powerful man frequenting high-end hookers or jet-setting off with a hot young staffer. Read more …

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We Want the Groyper War

Charlie Kirk

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Do you want the Culture War?

Yes?

Then you’re in luck.

The cuckservative student group Turning Point USA’s (TPUSA) “Culture War Tour” is traveling all over the country and igniting a battle its hosts didn’t intend. Rather than pitting the cringe conservatives of TPUSA against campus Leftists, the tour has become a Dissident Right guerrilla war. Read more …

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Mad Max & the Folly of Third Parties

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The once-promising People’s Party of Canada (PPC) suffered a humiliating defeat in its federal election last week. It lost the only seat it had, held by the party leader Maxime Bernier, and garnered only 1.6 percent of the vote.

It was a bad start for the independent party’s first race, and it may bury the PPC for good. Bernier had held his parliamentary seat since 2006, but his departure from the Conservative Party of Canada proved fatal to his electoral chances. Read more …

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Why the Dissident Right Should Remain Secular

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A new Pew Forum survey shows that fewer Americans call themselves Christian than ever before. Only sixty-five percent of Americans now say they’re Christian, a thirteen percent decline since 2007. Twenty-six percent of Americans say they’re religiously unaffiliated, a ten percent increase since 2007.

The majority of America is no longer Protestant, with forty-three percent claiming Protestant affiliation. Read more …

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Woke Capital Stops at China’s Borders

World leaders don Chinese dress at an APEC conference in Beijing in 2014. Other world powers do as the Chinese say, not vice versa.

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The American public is starting to take notice of corporate submission to China. National Basketball Association (NBA) officials and players issued several effusive apologies to the Chinese government last week after the general manager for the Houston Rockets showed support for the Hong Kong protests.

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The Case for Trump in 2020

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Would identitarians be better off if Democrats take back the White House?

Of course not.

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American Cattle:
The Cucking of Carson King

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Why do so many whites accept political correctness? Because their lives are too good and they’re too afraid to fight back. If it doesn’t directly affect them, why should they care? These American cattle are grazing the strip mall pastures, mooing at their favorite sports teams.

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“I’m Irish, Not White”

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Majority-minority America will not be kind to whites. Whiteness will mark you as a second-class citizen, a blot on your soul that excludes you from affirmative action and social respect. Ambitious social climbers will pretend they are non-white or cling to another protected class status to get out of their Caucasian hell.

Signs of this nightmarish future are already present. Plenty of whites claim they’re something else to achieve sacred victimhood. Read more …

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We Can’t Go Back to the ‘80s:
White Delusions About Identity Politics

Obama and MLK, dreaming of America’s “post-racial” future.

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“[I]dentity alone should neither uphold nor invalidate an idea, or we’ve lost the Enlightenment to pure tribalism.”

That’s the cry of journalist George Packer, a distraught liberal who can’t believe identity politics ruined his kids’ school system. Read more …

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The “Population Control” Taboo

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We are told that climate change is an existential threat to humanity, and yet unsustainable population growth rarely comes up in the conversation. Read more …

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The Counter-Currents 2019 Fundraiser
Keeping the Flame Alive

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Our goal this year is to raise $100,000 in order to expand our efforts to build a metapolitical vanguard for White Nationalism. So far, we have received 378 donations totaling $54,181.23. Read more …

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Neocons at the Aughts’ Box Office

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Remember the 2000s?

It was a simpler time. For most of the decade, smartphones were non-existent. Twitter did not drive the news. People still bought CDs. Not every movie at the theater was based on a Marvel character. Jnco jeans (the horror!) were in style.

It was also the time when neoconservatism ruled the political landscape. It wasn’t just an ideology limited to Washington, DC; the media also pushed it. Read more …

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Aborting Steve King

Rep. Steve King

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Republican Iowa Rep. Steve King is in serious trouble again. This time, it has nothing to do with race or immigration; it’s over sex and abortion. Like most of King’s comments, it revealed an uncomfortable truth, but it upheld a foolish position that the Right should avoid.

You may recall King as the Congressman who often makes BASED Boomer comments. Read more …

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Can We Have Our Own BDS?

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What if the Right started its own boycott movement?

The Left has more than its fair share. Mainstream liberal groups have launched boycotts of FOX News and various other conservative institutions. Read more …

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Conservatives Show Their True, Pathetic Colors After El Paso

George P. Bush thinks that war needs to be declared on White Nationalism.

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“Crush White Nationalist evil!” is the conservative answer to the El Paso shooting.

The overwhelming majority of conservatives have called for the government to treat White Nationalism like Islamic terror. Logically, this would mean drone strikes against American Renaissance conferences. But the conservatives who advocate for this drastic action are self-aware enough not to go that far – they just want the government to censor speech they call racist.

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Guatemalans are Not the New Puritans

Guatemalan Catholics, just like people you might have met in seventeenth-century Plymouth, right? RIGHT?

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“Catholic migrants from Central America now have more in common with our Puritan forebears than do most Europeans.”

So argues Matthew Schmitz, a Catholic writer who supports Yoram Hazony’s “national conservatism.” He claims that a multi-racial nationalism is possible so long as it’s guided by Judeo-Christian faith. Read more …

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Co-Opted Nationalism

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Racial nationalists were banned from attending Yoram Hazony’s National Conservatism Conference, which aimed to offer a race-free nationalism (except for Jewish ethnonationalists, of course). The opening speech delivered by David Brog, the non-Christian former head of Christians United for Israel, declared racialists were unwelcome. Hazony spent weeks before the conference arguing with identitarians that nationalism has nothing to do with race. The Israeli scholar boasted that racialists would suffer a crushing defeat from the success of his conference.

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Antifa Terror is Here to Stay

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Antifa terrorism is not a Right-wing fantasy. It’s all too real after last week. A lone anarchist attacked an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility in Tacoma, Washington. The armed anarchist launched explosives at ICE vehicles before he was gunned down by security. The only fatality was the terrorist himself.

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Hope for a Non-White Savior

Cardinal Robert Sarah

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Some on the Dissident Right hope that the next Pope will be black.

Guinean Cardinal Robert Sarah has distinguished himself from the open borders crowd that controls the Vatican. In a March interview, Cardinal Sarah said:

The Church cannot cooperate with this new form of slavery that mass migration has become. Read more …

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Our Flag

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The Betsy Ross flag is now a “hate” symbol — and that’s a good thing.

The first flag of the United States of America became a controversial icon this week thanks to former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Nike cancelled its upcoming Betsy Ross shoe line after Kaepernick, a spokesman for the corporation, complained. He said the flag has a “connection to an era of slavery.” That argument was persuasive enough to nix the entire shoe line.

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The Open Borders Party

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, the least horrifying among the current crop of Democratic candidates — but who won’t get the nomination.

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Open borders is no longer a meme; it’s the official stance of most Democratic presidential candidates.

During last week’s debates, which were held over two nights, most Democratic candidates said they want illegal immigration decriminalized. Nearly every candidate thinks illegal immigrants deserve free healthcare. The only debate in this area was over who was the most favorable toward open borders of them all. Read more …

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Who Do You Want in Charge of the Internet?

Oliver Darcy of CNN, proof that one reporter has the power to do a lot of damage to free speech.

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Tech censorship is an existential threat to the Dissident Right. No serious political movement can successfully operate if it is barred from social media. Even mainstream conservatives are being threatened by this, and Big Tech may sway the 2020 election against Donald Trump. This phenomenon only continues to get worse, as the recent YouTube purge attests.

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The High Holy Month of Pride

The US embassy in Seoul, South Korea earlier this month.

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You’re probably all too aware that June is Pride Month.

Everywhere you go, every time you log into social media, and certainly any time you watch TV, you’re browbeaten to celebrate Pride Month. Rainbow flags adorn bars, hotels, and government buildings. The flag may even adorn the products you buy at the store. Every corporate entity makes sure to wish its customers a happy Pride Month. Read more …

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The Empire of Nothing vs. the Historic American Nation

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Is America a nation or an empire?

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A New & Improved Conservatism?

Sohrab Ahmari

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A curious debate erupted within American conservatism last week.

New York Post opinion editor Sohrab Ahmari took aim at Conservative Inc. foolishness, which he dubs “David French-ism,” in a First Things essay. Ahmari, a Persian Catholic convert, argues French-ism makes conservative Christians surrender to the awe-inspiring power of secular liberalism. Read more …

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Rune Scrape

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Sweden may ban the runes to curb racism.

Justice Minister Morgan Johansson is investigating the proposal to see if the ban would stifle “incitement of ethnic hatred.” Along with the runes, several other Norse pagan symbols could be banned under the proposal, such as Mjolnir (Thor’s Hammer) and the Valknut. The move is clearly directed at the Nordic Resistance Movement, which uses a tiwaz rune as its logo, and other White Nationalists. Read more …

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