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Become My Patron at Hatreon

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For almost three months now, Counter-Currents has been fighting our way back from the loss of our PayPal account and the monthly donations that were keeping us afloat. PayPal canceled our account in the purge that followed the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. We are about 80% of the way back to where we were three months ago, and we need your help to recover. There are several ways to help.  Read more …

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Why I Write
What Does It All Mean?

Rembrandt, Aristotle Contemplating a Bust of Homer

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I suspect that the path which led me to work with Counter-Currents is somewhat different from that of many of the other people who contribute to it. I did not naturally gravitate toward the Right at an early age, as did many of those I know who are active in it. I grew up in suburban New York, and although there were certainly experiences I had there that were to shape my later worldview, I was not conscious of them as such at the time. Read more …

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The Counter-Currents 2017 Fundraiser
Your Donations at Work:
New Francis Parker Yockey Discoveries

Francis Parker Yockey (right). Date, location, & friend unknown.

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This week, our fundraising appeal is from Kerry Bolton, who is authoring what will surely be the definitive biography of  Francis Parker Yockey. Recently, I paid a substantial amount for Yockey-related materials that belonged to the late Willis Carto. Thus I am making a special appeal to cover the cost of that purchase. I will make all these items available to Dr. Bolton and other researchers.

Greg Johnson

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The Counter-Currents 2017 Fundraiser
Why I Write for Counter-Currents

Edward Hopper, Office in a Small City, 1953

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If I ever get doxxed, I have prepared a simple explanation for why I write for Counter-Currents which I will share with family members, friends, colleagues, employers, neighbors, and anyone else who’ll listen:

I do not want to be a minority in my own country. Read more …

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The Counter-Currents 2017 Fundraiser
Encountering Counter-Currents

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Greg asked me to pen this week’s fundraiser update to bring a fresh voice and perspective. Since last week’s update, we have received 23 donations (including 12 all-important pledges of monthly support) totaling $2,045.04. This brings the total for our fundraiser to $44,973.56. That puts us just short of 75% of the way to our goal of $60,000. Read more …

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The Counter-Currents 2017 Fundraiser
This Time It’s Serious

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Every year, on June 11th, Counter-Currents launches our annual fundraiser. This year’s goal is $60,000. Since then, we have raised $42,928.52, for which we are all immensely grateful.

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Happy Birthday to Us!

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It was seven years ago today that the Counter-Currents Publishing/North American New Right website went online.

In Year Seven, we published online 739 articles and reviews and more than 10,000 comments.

In Year Seven, our web traffic was higher than ever, averaging around 150,000 unique visitors per month.  Read more …

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There’s Good News & Bad News

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First, the good news:

Last weekend, on Saturday, January 28th, Counter-Currents held the fourth meeting of the New York Forum in New York City. All told, 52 people participated in the Forum and/or the dinner after. I was the Master of Ceremonies, and there were four speakers: Emily Youcis, Jason Jorjani, Jerome Przybylski, and Paul Kersey.

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