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How to Fight Amazon Censorship

Captain Bezos, book-burner-in-chief

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As we have already publicized on this site, Amazon has rolled out a new policy of censoring books based solely on their political content – specifically, those books which engage in thoughtcrime against the Establishment’s sacred cows of the unquestionable desirability of globalization, open borders, multiculturalism, and egalitarianism. Read more …



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The Accelerationist Yang Gang

Andrew Yang

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The memes are in, boys. It has been decided that we’ll enjoy our thousand monthly NEETbucks and government-mandated Chinese waifus while playing Fortnite; in the meantime the world’s unpleasant tasks will be handled by robots. Sound nice? That’s what our new utopia will look like under the wise guidance of Chairman Andrew Yang.

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The Controversy of Zion

Douglas Reed

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The long-awaited prosperity promised by the Industrial Revolution finally arrived with the Edwardian Age of productive leisure. But, alas, it was not to be for long. The freedom it granted was fleeting. Today, as the fabled American middle class fades like the morning dew, those who are running just to stand still, as the Red Queen prophesied, are the lucky ones.

Lopsided money distribution was one of the factors which encouraged C. H. Douglas to devise the yet-to-be implemented Social Credit Dividend, which was to be based on the inheritance of natural resources and inventions from previous generations. 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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David Irving & Mark Weber to Speak at the Northwest Forum

David Irving and Mark Weber

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On Saturday, March 23rd please join us for the 12th meeting of The Northwest Forum. We will be proudly hosting two men who, put together, have been banned from more countries than I can count on one hand, for the crime of raising uncomfortable questions about the Second World War. Read more …



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Don’t Get Mixed Up with Racism

Martin Lichtmesz

4,895 words / 31:48

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Martin Lichtmesz
Rassismus: Ein amerikanischer Alptraum
Steigra: Antaios Verlag, 2018

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Remembering Guillaume Faye:
November 7, 1949–March 7, 2019

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I was deeply saddened to learn today of the death of French New Right philosopher and polemicist Guillaume Faye after a battle with cancer. Faye had been sick for some time, but he was so focused on writing what will now be his last book that he postponed seeing a doctor until it was complete. When he finally sought medical attention, he was diagnosed with stage four cancer. There is no stage five. Guillaume Faye gave his life for his work, and his work for Europe. Read more …



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Between Buddha & Führer:
The Young Cioran on Germany

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Emil Cioran
Apologie de la Barbarie: Berlin – Bucharest (1932-1941)
Paris: L’Herne, 2015

This is a very interesting book released by the superior publishing house L’Herne: a collection of Emil Cioran’s articles published in Romanian newspapers, mostly from before the war. Read more …



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Mark Sedgwick’s Key Thinkers of the Radical Right

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Mark Sedgwick, ed.
Key Thinkers of the Radical Right: Behind the New Threat to Liberal Democracy
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019

Mark Sedgwick is an English scholar of Western Esotericism and Islam. He is Professor of Arab and Islamic Studies at Aarhus University in Denmark. Read more …



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Turning Point Trumpism

Charlie Kirk at CPAC, where a cardboard flat = truth in advertising

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Another CPAC has come and gone, and national populism was almost non-existent at this year’s conservative gala.

Even though Donald Trump became president on a national populist agenda that challenged conservative orthodoxy on immigration, foreign policy, trade, and state power, CPAC 2019 offered the impression he won on the stale conservatism of Ronald Reagan.

The major themes of CPAC 2019 were the evils of socialism (but no mention of why it’s becoming popular), the sheer awesomeness of Israel, Read more …



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Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind, Part Two

Jonathan Haidt

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Part 2 of 2; part 1 here

Jonathan Haidt
The Righteous Mind: How Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion
New York: Pantheon Books, 2012

In Part One of this review I discussed Jonathan Haidt’s argument that morality has evolved in response to a number of “adaptive challenges.” Read more …



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Glass

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M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass is a sequel to two of his films, Unbreakable (2000), which is my favorite of his works, and Split (2016), which I found to be quite unpleasant, although I must concede that it is brilliantly acted in the lead role(s) by James McEvoy.

Unbreakable is a deeply moving film about how David Dunn (Bruce Willis)—once a brilliant college athlete who has been emasculated by his wife, an overprotective physical therapist—discovers that he is not an ordinary man. Read more …



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The Art of Conversation

François de La Rochefoucauld

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Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note: François de La Rochefoucauld was a seventeenth-century French nobleman, an opponent of royal autocracy, and a noted author of maxims and essays. The title is editorial. Source: François de La Rochefoucauld, Maximes et Réflexions diverses (Paris: Gallimard, 1976 [1665]), “De la Conversation,” pp. 169-171.

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Counter-Currents Bites Back Against Censorship

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The Amazon purge of the Dissident Right continues. We need to assemble resources for fighting back. Thus I am asking readers to share the following pieces of information. Please post them in the comments below, and I will paste them in the body of this document. I will not, of course, reveal your identity in any way.

1. Titles Banned: Author, Title, and Formats (HC, PB, eBook, audiobook)  Read more …



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Not Over: Al Qaeda’s Story

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Ali Soufan
Anatomy of Terror: From the Death of Bin Laden to the Rise of the Islamic State
New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2017

Ali Soufan is famous, to put it mildly. A fictionalized version of him was played by Tahar Rahim in Hulu’s miniseries, The Looming Tower. He is also a bestselling author. The foundation of Soufan’s fame is the fact that he was an FBI[1] agent investigating Al Qaeda prior to, during, and after 9/11. Read more …



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Comedy as Occupied Territory:
It Ain’t Half Hot Mum

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Few outside England and under 50 will have noted the passing last month of one of Britain’s great comic character actors: Windsor Davies. Although born in North London, he was actually Welsh by parentage, gifting him an accent he made much use of, delivered in a timber-shaking baritone. Read more …



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Is Catholicism a Bulwark Against Islam?

Pope Francis kisses up to the Grand Imam of al-Azha

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For centuries, Islam had no greater foe in the West than the Catholic Church. While the secular princes warred among themselves and focused on their narrow interests, the Church was there to harangue Christendom’s rulers about the real threat to their civilization and go on Crusade.  Read more …



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The Will to Politics

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The following is a slightly edited transcript of the speech I gave at the Etnofutur III conference in Tallinn, Estonia on February 23, 2019. The video can be seen in this livestream. I want to thank the organizers for inviting me and my supporters for making the trip possible.

What I want to talk to you about today is the one thing that makes a political movement successful, the thing that’s missing when movements fail. 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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Video of the Day
Ruuben Kaalep on Ethnostates, Estonian Memory, & Identity

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Ruuben Kaalep, the leader of Blue Awakening, the Nationalist Youth Movement in Estonia, explains why countries outside of the Americas are ethnostates by default, as well as the factors in Estonia’s history that have given it a unique ethnic and historical identity worth defending at the Etnofutur III conference in Tallinn, Estonia on February 23, 2019. Read more …



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Now in Audio Version!
Ten Great Films Against the Modern World, Part II

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Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)

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Now in Audio Version!
Ten Great Films Against the Modern World, Part I

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Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 here)

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Some friends recently asked me to draw up a list of a few films that have made a lasting impression on me, aesthetically, emotionally, intellectually, or however, over the course of my life thus far. Read more …



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Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind, Part One

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Part 1 of 2

Jonathan Haidt
The Righteous Mind: How Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion
New York: Pantheon Books, 2012

Jonathan Haidt is a former liberal who is the Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business. Read more …



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Amazon.com Continues to Purge Counter-Currents Titles

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On February 24th, Amazon.com banned my book The White Nationalist Manifesto, removing the Kindle eBook and the product pages for ordering the hardcover and paperback editions. You can read all about it here.

On February 26th, Amazon banned 15 more Counter-Currents titles:  Read more …



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America & Israel:
United in Struggle

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Kerry Bolton
Zionism, Islam and the West
London: Black House Publishing, 1st ed. 2015, 2nd ed. 2019

In an earlier work called Revolution from Above, Kerry Bolton skillfully delineated the mechanisms whereby American oligarchs sought to implement American hegemony under the pretext of disseminating democracy throughout the world. Read more …



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In Defense of Gangs

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Ever since I was a small child, I was fascinated by organized crime. Sure, what kid hasn’t dreamt of being a robber in the eternal conflict between cops and robbers, but there was a deeper connection there — I marveled at the organized, hierarchical, and methodical ways in which organized crime groups went about committing crime. And what crime at that — Read more …



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Amazon.com Bans The White Nationalist Manifesto

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On Sunday, February 24th, 2019, Amazon.com — the world’s book marketplace — banned my book The White Nationalist Manifesto.

Amazon did not merely decide to no longer stock the book. They also removed the product listing pages. So it is as if the book never even existed.

Orwell called this the “memory hole.” It is not enough for totalitarians to kill their enemies. They must also be erased from history.  Read more …



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On the “Unreflected Substantiality” of the Chinese Mind

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As the Chinese “silent invasion” of Australia, New Zealand, and Canada continues, you may want to learn something about the Western academics who lay the intellectual groundwork for this invasion. In a prior article, “The Transcendental Mind of Europeans Stands Above the Embedded Mind of Asians,” we met two influential scholars calling upon whites to abandon their “failed” attempts to formulate transcendental truths for the sake of the more “profound” contextual approach of Chinese philosophers with their demonstration that all thinking is “embedded” to a time and a place. Read more …



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Now in Print & Available at CC & Amazon!
The Alternative Right

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Greg Johnson, ed.
The Alternative Right
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2018
320 pages

Hardcover: $40

Paperback: $20

Kindle ebook: $5.99
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Age of Cringe:
Alt-Right: Age of Rage

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Based on a few clips, I was certain that Alt-Right: Age of Rage (2018) would lead to permanent physical damage from sheer cringiness. But I was delighted to have been proven wrong. This is a remarkably fair-minded documentary. On balance, though, I think it will be good for white identity politics. Age of Rage was directed by Adam Bhala Lough, an American of partial South Asian descent.

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