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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 244
The Scandza Forum

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Frodi reconvene our roundtable to discuss the upcoming Scandza Forum conferences in Copenhagen and Oslo. Read more …

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The Scandza Forum on Human Biodiversity:
Oslo, November 2

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On November 2, 2019, the Scandza Forum returns to Oslo, Norway, with an impressive list of speakers:

Kevin MacDonald, Professor Emeritus at California State University-Long Beach. He is the author of more than one hundred scholarly papers and reviews, and is the author of Social and Personality Development: An Evolutionary Synthesis (1988), Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 189
Greg Johnson Interviews the Z Man

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Greg Johnson interviews the Z Man of The Z Blog, http://thezman.com/wordpress/. Topics include:  Read more …

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Byron Roth’s The Perils of Diversity

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rothperilsByron M. Roth
The Perils of Diversity: Immigration and Human Nature
Augusta, Ga.: Washington Summit Publishers, 2010

Incorporating all of the relevant knowledge about a subject into one volume can be a monumental task. It’s the author’s job to include only what is most important, to summarize appropriately, and to integrate disparate components to form a unified whole, a singular dissertation which can contribute to the evolution of ideas. Read more …

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Human Biodiversity for Normies

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Leonardo Da Vinci, Vitruvian Man

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This essay begins my introduction to one of the single most treacherous topics in modern political life.

That topic is essentially a scientific one, rather than a political one—although in order to see this we may have to put some very prevalent philosophical and political misconceptions aside. As such, this series is going to be somewhat more dry in tone than some of my other writing—certainly much more than many of the other essays collected at Counter-Currents.  Read more …

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Thoughts on the European New Right, Part 2

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Part 2 of 4

On Faustian Technology

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Nicholas Wade’s A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race, & Human History

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Nicholas Wade
A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race, and Human History
New York: Penguin Press, 2014

Anti-Darwin, — As regards the celebrated ‘struggle for life’, it seems to me for the present to have been rather asserted than proved. It does occur, but as the exception; the general aspect of life is not hunger and distress, but rather wealth, luxury, even absurd prodigality — Read more …

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The Newton Awards

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newtonawardsMichael Hart and Claire Parkinson
The Newton Awards: A History of Genius in Science and Technology
Whitefish, Mt.: Washington Summit Publishers, 2013

The Newton Awards (TNA) is both an ordinary and also quite odd book consisting of 142 short well-written chapters each profiling one or more scientists or engineers in chronological order from 1600 to 2000. In that sense it’s a useful reference for those profiled and resembles similar references on great musicians or sports figures. Read more …

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Rebel Girl:
An Interview with HBD Chick

Illustration by Josh Latta

Illustration by Josh Latta

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Back when I was still sorta young, when OJ’s glove was a point of popular water-cooler conversation and the World Wide Web was just a germ in a Petri dish, that’s when I spent my Saturdays at the local university library scouring databases for promising references, pulling journals from the stacks or from microfilm reels, Read more …

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Whither America: Elitism or Racism?

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In our universities today and in the pages of the scientific journals a battle is being waged between scientists concerned with racial matters on the one hand—biologists, psychologists, and anthropologists of professional integrity—and pseudo-scientists concerned with upholding the fundamental liberal dogma of universal human equality on the other hand. Despite the well-entrenched position of the pseudo-scientists and their powerful allies in politics and the communications media, encouraging progress is being made by the scientists. Read more …

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Kvetching about the Schvartzes

Time Magazine: Black vs. Jew940 words

Half Sigma, a Jewish human biodiversity blogger, recently threw in the towel. This is one of many recent examples of how the HBD movement is losing momentum, compelling John Derbyshire to ask aloud, “Is HBD Over?

Let’s hope it is.

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Masculinity & Master Morality

Michelangelo, Study for Adam, 1510-1511

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In a Scientific American article titled “When Men Are Less Moral Than Women,” psychology professor Cindi May recently claimed that men were more likely to “cut ethical corners” when they felt their masculinity was at stake. Read more …

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Video of the Day 
Who is More Phobic About Science, Conservatives or Liberals?

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Video of the Day 
Craig Bodeker Interviews Henry Harpending on Race

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Craig Bodeker’s Interview with Steve Sailer

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Jim Goad on Seven Things We Discuss at Counter-Currents All the Time

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“Seven Ideas You Can Never Discuss on Television”
Takimag.com, April 3, 2011

In 1972 comedian George Carlin famously delineated the “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television.” Read more …

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Benoist on Feminism, IQ, & the Wealth of Nations 
Interview on the Human Sciences, Part 4

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Part 4 of 4

Translated by Greg Johnson

Specialists in evolutionary psychology claim that there are important differences between the sexes, and that these were acquired during the evolution of the species. To what does the New Right appeal to support its “differentialist feminism”?

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Benoist on J. Philippe Rushton 
Interview on the Human Sciences, Part 3

J. Philippe Rushton

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Part 3 of 4

Translated by Greg Johnson

In his book Race, Evolution, and Behavior: A Life History Perspective (2000), J. Philippe Rushton drew up a list of a whole series of significant statistical differences between blacks, whites, and Asians, which reveals a continuum in which whites regularly occupy an intermediate position between Asians and blacks.

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I Am All Right (A Cry for Help)

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I am all right. I tell myself this at the grocery store when, in the midst of an apparent manic episode I begin chatting inanely with the mixed-race store clerk in the designer frames. He is cordial, but it is clear that he thinks I am not quite right. But I am.

Sometimes I blurt things out on the subway. I might be having an imaginary argument with a co-worker, or with Barack Obama, or with someone I’ve just dreamed up. “Pigs!” I mutter. Read more …

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