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New Zealand Race Commissar Incites Violence Against Rightist Dissidents

Commissioner Devoy

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Author’s Note:

The following open letter was sent to New Zealand Race Relations commissioner Dame Susan Devoy, in response to reported statements inciting violence against opponents of multiculturalism. The portion of the news article relating to Dame Susan’s comments is appended[1], Read more …

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Video of the Day
#120dB — German Women Denounce Violence by Migrants and Betrayal by Politicians

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Oborne Again:
The Triumph of the Political Class

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Peter Oborne
The Triumph of the Political Class
London: Simon & Schuster, 2007

Some books are born again. Every book with a political theme aims to be prophetic, and only time can reveal their success or otherwise. Orwell’s 1984, Bloom’s The Closing of the American Mind, Huntington’s The Clash of Civilizations, Faye’s Convergence of Catastrophes are all books whose time has arrived. Read more …

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Jane Elliott & the Perversity of Diversity

Jane Elliott

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In 1949 George Orwell published Nineteen Eighty-Four, his dystopian novel of a totalitarian society. Orwell wrote the novel just after the end of the Second World War. His purpose was to warn us that if he could conceive of an unfeeling, soulless government, then someone, somewhere could create it. Read more …

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What is Racism?

Charles M. Blow

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One of the essays I have returned to most frequently in the last several years has been George Orwell’s “Politics of the English Language.” Much of the much-maligned polarization in our civic culture comes down to unstated disagreements on the meanings of terms, and as Orwell said, our language “becomes ugly and inaccurate because our thoughts are foolish, but the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts.” Read more …

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What the H&M Debacle Says about Race

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This will be a relatively short article, but it raises some important philosophical questions for those who believe in the false dogma of either race blindness or race as a social construct. Both deny the physical nature of race as a reality. Read more …

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The Truth About Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King as a saint.

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In November of 2017, President Trump instructed the National Archives to release hundreds of previously-sealed documents which pertained to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Included among these documents were two FBI files which, curiously enough, have little to do with the Kennedy assassination but could have great bearing on the current struggles of the Dissident Right. Read more …

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The Lost City of Z

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The Lost City of Z is based on a recent book of the same name by David Grann about the British explorer Percy Fawcett’s quest for a legendary ancient lost city in the Amazon rainforest. Its premise brings to mind epic films like Lawrence of Arabia or Apocalypse Now (indeed several scenes are uncannily reminiscent of Coppola). However ultimately The Lost City of Z lacks the grandeur of the former and the hallucinatory intensity of the latter. It is also burdened by the clutter of several secondary themes (romance/family, war, colonialism/racism, classism, sexism) and the ham-fisted insertion of modern liberal talking points into the plot.  Read more …

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The Great Alabama Shit Test

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In theory, democracy is government by the people. But as most people believe simply whatever the System media tells them to believe, democracy is really just government via the media. Politicians and statesman are essentially interchangeable. Culture, tradition, and kinship are far less significant in the calculations of power than who controls the television networks, the major Internet providers, and the key online institutions such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and PayPal. Read more …

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Why I Write
Saving the Idea Space

Plato and Aristotle from Raphael’s The School of Athens

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Among my favorite “radical centrists” is the British commentator Carl Benjamin, better known as Sargon of Akkad. He’s enjoyable to listen to, not merely for the easy sound of his voice and his superior accent, but for his uncompromising honesty, even when he is wrong.

Back in March of last year, he published a video about the Alt-Right, and his summary was that it was fundamentally an idea space, protected from the policing of progressive gate-keepers.

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