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Ringing the Bells of Liberty

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Since its inception the internet has always been a guarantor of human freedom. It is the lone unmolested, unmediated and free channel in which the endless flow of ideas and associations can take place. It is undoubtedly the greatest technological and intellectual achievement of modern times. Yet it is modernity itself that now imperils the internet and the freedom it offers. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Weekly:
Alt Tech & the Electronic Ethnostate with Louis Cypher

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Winter is Coming for White Advocacy:
Update on the Attacks on Counter-Currents

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On Thursday, August 17th, Counter-Currents was told to find a new web host. We have now secured a new host, migrated the site there, and tested it. Soon, your Counter-Currents links will be pointed to the new server, but there may be some downtime over the weekend, since it takes a while for the domain pointing to propagate through the Web.  Read more …

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This Means War

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As everyone knows by now, just three days after the “Unite the Right” debacle in Charlottesville, a coordinated attack was launched by the Left against multiple individuals, organizations, and websites on the Right.

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The US is Already Worse than the USSR:
A Reponse to Spencer Quinn

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I would like to take a moment to briefly respond to Spencer Quinn’s excellent letter to Terry McAuliffe. In Werner Herzog’s 1977 film Stroszek the protagonist, Bruno S., gives an account of the difference he had experienced between living in a National Socialist-run orphanage and living in America. In the orphanage, if a boy wet the bed he was forced to stand in the sun, holding the sheet until it dried. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Under Attack

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On Wednesday, August 16th, Facebook shut down the Counter-Currents Publishing page and has blocked my personal account. This is an inconvenience, as it is an important way that people follow Counter-Currents. But it is not a catastrophe.

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