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Nations Don’t Go Extinct Due to Loss of Material Comforts:
A Response to Bain Dewitt

Jared Kushner donned his smartest business casual attire for his visit to American troops in Iraq, while Ivanka wrote his name across the front of his bulletproof vest so that everyone in the changing room would know it was his.

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The article “Russians Are Not #Ourguys” by Mr. Dewitt has generated a whirlwind of heated response from Counter-Currents readers. In my humble and candid opinion, the article reeks of being a piece of neocon shilling (dotted by some ostensibly decent and rational remarks, admittedly) which reads like it’s straight from the National Review or even The Weekly Standard. Read more …

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Motivos para Admirar a Coréia do Norte

Kim Jong Il teapot by Charles Krafft

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Sim, eu sou um racialista branco, e eu admiro a Coréia do Norte. Deixe-me explicar.

Coréia do Norte – Não é Comunista

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The Color of Capitalism

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I’m no economist. I don’t know whether the gold standard is a silver bullet or an anachronistic and deflationary hustle. I don’t quite understand how “social credit” would work.

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Francis Pollini’s Night

"Wicked Man" -- North Korean Poster

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Francis Pollini’s Night was published by Olympia Press around fifty years ago and deals with the Korean War, but it is still relevant for all that. It concerns the Communist brain-washing techniques used by the Maoist Chinese forces on American prisoners of war during that conflict. These were based on various behaviorist ideas which were very much in the air at that time and were used extensively by the KGB, CIA , MI6, the French secret services, and other parallel or adjacent bodies. Read more …

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The Hermit Kingdom

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Out of step with globalism

North Korea is perhaps more than any other nation on Earth, completely out of step with our global cosmopolitan overlords. On some level, the fascination in racialist circles is understandable, as the regime is defiantly rejecting foreign influence, celebrating their shared identity, and (most importantly for us) embracing their racial heritage. It’s certainly presented in a distorted light by our government and media.

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One More Reason to Admire North Korea

Hwang Jang Yop: Would you listen to this "dirty and silly guy talk nonsense"?

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North Korea is the world’s last manufacturer of vintage Stalinist boilerplate, as this 2003 story about the recently deceased defector Hwang Jang Yop demonstrates so beautifully. I think that economic protectionists and historical preservationists need to put their heads together and develop a rationale for preserving this almost lost art of rhetoric. As they say in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, “This is really enough to make even a cat to laugh.” Read more …

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Reasons to Admire North Korea

Kim Jong Il portrait mug by Charles Krafft

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Portuguese translation here

Yes, I am a white racialist, and I admire North Korea. Let me explain.

North Korea—Not Communist

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The Last Racialists:
B. R. Myers’ The Cleanest Race: How North Koreans See Themselves and Why It Matters

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B. R. Myers
The Cleanest Race: How North Koreans See Themselves and Why It Matters
Brooklyn: Melville House, 2010

It’s always seemed to me that if human beings were naturally more inclined to buy into a blood based nationalism than some kind of universalistic ideology than this would be strong evidence that racial loyalty had a genetic basis. Read more …

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