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Two Red Pills from the World of Chess

Alexandra Botez, one of Canada’s top women chess players.

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For a race and gender realist, the world of professional chess provides an embarrassment of riches, even if very few in the English-speaking parts of it wish to claim them. In chess, men dominate – specifically white, Jewish, and Asian men. Only three women have ever cracked the top hundred rated players in the world, according to the international chess federation FIDE.[1] And if current ratings of girls and boys are any indication, this arrangement will maintain itself indefinitely.[2] Read more …

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A Profound Waste of Time
Avengers: Endgame

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The final installment of the massively profitable Avengers movie franchise, Endgame, offers three hours of superhero soap opera within a coherent, twisting, and surprisingly entertaining plot. Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely remain focused on leading us to a grand climax throughout the story while keeping the edge between wondering what will happen next and knowing what will happen next reasonably sharp. Read more …

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Unplanned: A Review

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Unplanned has recently made a name for itself as an effective anti-abortion movie which has achieved success and popularity despite being suppressed by the Leftist media. It is an overtly Christian movie, based on a true story, and in many ways delivers what one would expect from a Christian movie: the pious characters, the constant sermonizing, the moral quandaries, the heartrending drama, and the inevitable redemption. Read more …

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For My Ethno Guys

Definitely not an ethno guy.

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Ever catch abuse from somebody famous? It’s not fun.

Last year, a fairly edgy and well-known conservative writer took me to task for something I had written. Amid all the sophomoric profanity and abuse (he addressed me with “Hey Dipshit,” and his message went downhill from there), he did something interesting. He sneeringly called me an “ethno guy,” as in, “What is it with you ethno guys . . . ?” As in, only a dipshit would ever consider being an “ethno guy.”

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Golems, Golems Everywhere

David Cole

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Recently, David Cole beat me to the punch with a brilliant article entitled “Stop With the Golems, Already!” It deals with a topic that has been rolling around in my mind since the kerfuffle caused by Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar’s tweet about the Benjamins. Basically, Omar revealed a powerful truth behind the support Israel enjoys in the US government – that it is more or less bought and paid for. Read more …

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Go Down, William Faulkner

William Faulkner

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A novelist can have tremendous influence beyond his own time if he depicts major historical trends and invents characters that react in conflicting ways to these trends. If a story is vivid enough, readers might come to identify with or even emulate such characters, since the historical pressures bearing down on them bear down on the readers as well. William Faulkner accomplishes such a feat in his 1942 novel of interrelated short stories, Go Down, Moses.

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The Nebbish & the Knockout:
Thoughts on Arranged Marriages

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Years ago, my girlfriend and I attended a friend’s Hindu wedding. I remember all the colorful clothing and the strange dances and rituals the bride and groom performed. It was an enjoyable affair, but I have few specific memories of it. One from the reception, however, still stands out in my mind. I doubt I will ever forget it.

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Advice for Young White People, Part 3

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

5. Understand that Our Enemies are Totalitarian and Identitarian

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Advice for Young White People, Part 2

An example of what not to do.

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

In the first part of this series, I described my concerns for young people who identify as white and who are beginning to understand that they are being crowded out of the nations their ancestors had built for them. It’s an uncomfortable situation to be in, and will only get worse as white majorities continue to dwindle worldwide. Read more …

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Advice for Young White People, Part 1

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Part 1 of 3 (Part 2 here)

Projecting what the future will be like for whites can be a depressing thing. I’m sure we all do it. If things are this way for whites now, then what will ten years down the road look like? Read more …

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Suing the SPLC

Poverty is Where the Money Is: The SPLC’s headquarters

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The Southern Poverty Law Center suffered a well-publicized setback in the summer of 2018 when it agreed to pay $3.375 million to the Quilliam Foundation and its founder Maajid Nawaz for wrongly placing them on a 2016 list of “anti-Muslim extremists.” Nawaz, a former Islamic extremist turned moderate, has been critical of Islamic extremism (for example, the ban on Muhammad depictions), and for this he was smeared by the SPLC. Read more …

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A Dissident Remembers Jim Croce

Jim Croce

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Jim Croce may be one of the most overlooked and underrated singer-songwriters of the rock era. This may be because his ideas often pre-date rock-‘n’-roll, and are in some ways anti-rock for eschewing themes pertaining to youth and rebellion. A cursory look at his best songs reveals that few songwriters are as adept at chronicling experiences which are uniquely and universally masculine. Read more …

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The Republican Workers Party:
A Review

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F. H. Buckley
The Republican Workers Party: How the Trump Victory Drove Everyone Crazy, and Why It Was Just What We Needed
New York: Encounter Books, 2018

Any book that celebrates the 2016 election while denying the crucial role that race and ethnonationalism played in the rise of Donald Trump is just asking not to be taken seriously. Read more …

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Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn:
The Rise of a Prophet

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It’s striking how cherry-picking can hone the pen of a propagandist and disguise malice behind a veneer of reason. Jewish writer Cathy Young provides excellent examples of this all throughout her December 2018 Quillette article, “Solzhenitsyn: The Fall of a Prophet.” Published shortly after Solzhenitsyn’s 100th birthday, the article’s point, essentially, is to tarnish the reputation of a great man in order to steer discourse away from aspects of his work which the current zeitgeist finds problematic. Read more …

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An Open Letter to Victor Davis Hanson

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Dear Dr. Hanson,

I will spare you the honest flattery and get straight to the point. Don’t you think it’s time you cut ties with National Review? Read more …

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The Other N Word

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Jewish comedian Jackie Mason once made an interesting point during a Q&A routine he did at the National Press Club back in 1993. He said that black people are like women. What did he mean by that? Read more …

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Demoskrieg & Diaskrieg:
The Two Great Truths of the Jewish Question

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Physicist Niels Bohr is given a great line in the excellent biographical graphic novel Suspended in Language by Jim Ottaviani and Leland Purvis. While walking with a young Werner Heisenberg in 1924, he tells his colleague:

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Why I Still Refuse to Abandon the Republicans

Jeb Bush with a supporter

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It’s easy to look back in anger. But is it always the right thing to do? The present, armed with hindsight, will always trump the past. It’s like an unfair fight that way. Nothing seems more obvious than a painful mistake when viewed in hindsight. But without hindsight, much less is obvious.

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Too Clever by Half:
A Review of Adam McKay’s Vice

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Like an ingeniously designed, iridescent funhouse, Adam McKay’s latest film, Vice, will sneer at you from multiple directions. It’s as dishonest as it is clever, yet its uncanny cultural relevance makes it worth discussing regardless of its checkered merits.

More of a rehash of Democratic talking points than a biopic, Vice intends most of all to kick dirt on the career and character of former Vice President Dick Cheney. Read more …

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No Goal More Noble:
Thoughts for the New Year

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Maybe I am fooling myself when I do this, but whenever I feel myself losing all hope, I ease up a bit and start hoping again.

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A Nice Book by a Nice Lady:
Heather Mac Donald’s The Diversity Delusion

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Heather Mac Donald
The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture
New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2018

How can a struggle be both righteous and meaningless?

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Melting Pot or Civil War, a Scathing Review

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Reihan Salam
Melting Pot or Civil War? A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders
New York: Sentinel, 2018

Conservatism without race realism is a hideous thing. We started getting unwelcome glimpses of this horror show during the 2016 elections when a fair number of supposedly reliable conservatives decided they preferred the arch-liberal Hillary Clinton to the solidly-conservative Donald Trump. Read more …

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A White Nationalist Take on Abortion

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Part of being a member of a dissident political movement, I’m sure, is to know how to pick your battles. Read more …

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Chicken Sunday for White Nationalism

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Habits of mind break hard. When these habits are formed in childhood, they have a way of sticking with a person throughout his life. They structure his thinking and his perspective, and often take effort and discipline to overcome. Read more …

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It Was Too Close

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Despite suffering heavy losses in the House of Representatives, many on the Right seemed somewhat relieved after the 2018 midterm elections. Yes, they could have been a lot worse. Read more …

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Some Indecorous Thoughts on the Impending Demise of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ginsburg at Justice Kavanaugh’s swearing in.

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I had a talk recently about current events with a cuckservative friend of mine. He’s a Trump supporter, but not a particularly enthusiastic one. He recognizes that these days, all the good sense is found on the Right and all the crazy on the Left. But at heart, he’s a libertarian, and quickly gets prickly whenever I bring up race. So, usually, I don’t.

When the topic of Jewish Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s recent fall, in which she fractured three ribs, came up, I made the offhand comment that I wished the old bird would die already. Read more …

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Identity & Tribalism:
A Response to Daniel Greenfield

Daniel Greenfield

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Daniel Greenfield of FrontPage Magazine has an interesting take on the Jewish response to the tragic Tree of Life synagogue massacre last month. In an article entitled “Identity Politics is America’s Anti-Semitism,” Greenfield scolds his fellow Jews for always looking Rightward for anti-Semitism, and argues that despite the eleven killed by Robert Bowers, Read more …

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Tucker Carlson’s Ship of Fools

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Tucker Carlson
Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class Is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution
New York: Free Press, 2018

Many on the Dissident Right have a thing for Tucker Carlson. Like Ann Coulter, Carlson is one of the few mainstream media personalities whose positions seem to conflict very little with our views. Read more …

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On Cucks and Queens:
The Mark Salvas Affair

Mark Salvas

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How does it feel to be left behind? How does it feel to be cast aside even though you did nothing wrong?

We on the Right know how this feels very well. It comes with the territory when you choose to be a dissident in any society. Some on the Left, however, are beginning to experience the same kind of abandonment, despite not being dissidents at all. Or, really, they are dissidents, and they just don’t realize it yet. Read more …

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Blut & Boden: An Aryan Allegory

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Ash Donaldson
Blut and Boden: A Fairy Tale for Children of European Descent
CreateSpace, 2018

Mythology has always been the tie that binds. Familiar stories from long ago featuring archetypal characters and illustrating universal themes, as well as those specific to a particular race, nation, or tribe, provide common reference points among extended kin. Read more …

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