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French Synth Pop & an Opportunity in a Musical Project

Jean-Benoît Dunckel (left) & Nicolas Godin of Air.

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Having driven the length and breadth of Western Europe and in parts of the East, one thing has struck me on the long hours on the road: French radio is probably the worst in Europe. Most of it consists of bourgeois chatter, like their television. Read more …

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Jean Piaget & the Superior Psychogenetic Cognition of Europeans, Part II

Representatives of two stages of mental development: Rembrandt, Aristotle with a Bust of Homer (1653)

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Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)

Why did the West rise to become the most powerful civilization, the progenitor of modernity, the culture with the most prodigious creators? The answers are plenty. But it may be that a child psychologist, Jean Piaget, has offered the best theoretical framework to explain the difference between the West and the Rest. Read more …

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Jean Piaget & the Superior Psychogenetic Cognition of Europeans, Part I

Jean Piaget

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Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 here)

Everyone has heard about Jean Piaget’s (1896-1980) theory of the cognitive development of children. But no one knows that his theory placed Europeans at the top of the cognitive ladder with most humans stuck at the bottom — unless Europeans taught them how to think.

Piaget is widely recognized as the “greatest child psychologist of the twentieth century.” Unlike many other influential figures, Piaget’s discoveries have withstood the test of time. Read more …

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Do Not Ever Cuck

Stef Blok

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The following is reproduced from the Erkebrand Website, which is based in The Netherlands.

Many Right-wing thinkers have already considered the question: Why do Right-oriented politics have such a difficult time gaining a foothold in Western societies? An important reason is the so-called cucken. What is cucken, exactly, and why is it relevant?

Cucken is the Dutch version of the English verb, “to cuckold.” Read more …

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Columbus Day Special
Indigenous Peoples Day

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Editor’s Note:

This essay is from Michael Polignano’s book Taking Our Own Side, available in hardcover, paperback, and Kindle e-book here.

Multiculturalism is not an attempt to “enrich” White cultures by adding sundry non-White cultures. Read more …

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Columbus Day Special
The Memory of Columbus in the Western Diaspora

Christopher Columbus vandalized in Detroit

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Commemoration of the 15th-century European discovery of the Americas has seen better days. From Seattle to Caracas to Buenos Aires, the Spanish-Italian explorer Christopher Columbus is increasingly considered a villainous embodiment of pure evil. While the American government still observes October 9th as Columbus Day, that hasn’t stopped a number of city governments Read more …

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Columbus Day Special
Life Styles: Native & Imposed

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For decades now, African American leaders have been calling for a formal United States apology for the American role in the slave trade, with some even demanding reparations. Indian tribes proclaim their tax-exempt status as something they are owed for a legacy of persecution by the United States. Mexican Americans in the southwest United States seek to incorporate this region, including California, into Mexico, or even to set up an independent nation, Aztlan, that will recreate the glories of the Aztec empire, destroyed centuries ago by the imperialistic Spaniards.  Read more …

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Letter to the CivNats

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One of the strange aspects of the last century of American politics is that the defining arguments have all happened on the losing side. The winners have always been sure about what they want and what they are willing to do to get it. It is the losers who have always been squabbling with one another about the proper response or the meaning of the latest failure. National Review types always used to argue that all the interesting debates were on their side, rather than on the side of their alleged adversaries.  Read more …

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Adjustment Day:
An Introduction to the Right

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Chuck Palahniuk
Adjustment Day: A Novel
New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 2018

Adjustment Day is Chuck Palahniuk’s love letter to the Alt Right, describing millennial men joining forces to rub out modernity and its masters in a violent revolution, fragmenting the United States into independent homelands: Blacktopia, Gaysia, and Caucasia. Read more …

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Denouncing the EU’s Blackmail

Viktor Orbán

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Today (Wednesday), the Council of the European Union voted – for the first time ever in its history – to censure Hungary for a “systematic breach of European values,” by a two-thirds majority. On Tuesday, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán was at the European Parliament in Strasbourg to take part in the debates on the Sargentini report – named after its primary editor, Judith Sargentini, who is an MEP for the GreenLeft – denouncing the alleged decline of the “rule of law” in Hungary. Read more …

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The Seekers

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The book, When Prophecy Fails, is a classic work of social psychology written in the 1950s based on a study of a UFO cult called the Seekers. This group was led by a woman named Dorothy Martin, who claimed that aliens spoke through her to warn of a coming apocalypse. Read more …

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Canada in Decay: One Year Later

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August 22 marks one year since the release of Canada in Decay: Mass Immigration, and the Ethnocide of Euro-Canadians (reviewed at Counter-Currents here). I thought this book would have an impact in the long run as the first scholarly effort to explain the nature and origins of multiculturalism from a truly critical perspective, without kowtowing to the banks, politicians, and conformist academics. Read more …

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Revolution from the Right in Terry Gilliam’s Brazil

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Brazil is a 1985 genre-defining science fiction film from acclaimed director and writer Terry Gilliam. It has won numerous awards and is regarded as a cult classic and one of the best science fiction films ever made. Read more …

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Kulturkampf in Hungary:
Goodbye “Gender Studies” – & It’s Only the Beginning

Viktor Orbán with a copy of Douglas Murray’s anti-immigration book, The Strange Death of Europe.

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The teaching of “gender studies” is no longer allowed in Hungary. This is part of an important cultural and ideological war that is redrawing the political, cultural, and intellectual landscape of the country.

It happened in the middle of August: Students who have begun a course in “gender studies” at a Hungarian institution will be able to finish it, but no new courses will henceforth be permitted to start. Read more …

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Blackwashing Us Out of Our Own Culture

Dev Patel is a natural for David Copperfield in Victorian London.

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At the beginning of this year, I wrote an article exposing the Huffington Post’s double standard and anti-white agenda when it comes to racialized casting in film and television series. The Huffington Post’s position reflects that of the mainstream media at large, whereby persons of color being cast in white roles is to be applauded, whereas whites being cast in non-white roles is to be denounced. Read more …

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Malicious Misrepresentations:
Skateboarding in America

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Part 2 of “Skateboarding & White Identity”; Part 1 here

Skate Life: Re-Imagining White Masculinity is the right book written by the wrong person. It is a comprehensive ethnographic study of a community of Skateboarders, well contextualized with thorough historical research, and in these aspects represents a valuable bridge between the distinct worlds of social thought and Skateboarding as a sport. Read more …

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Remembering Leni Riefenstahl:
August 22, 1902–September 8, 2003

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German translation here

Helene Bertha Amalie “Leni” Riefenstahl was born on this day in Berlin in 1902. She died in Pöcking, Bavaria, on September 8, 2003, just after her 101st birthday. She was a highly accomplished dancer, actress, photographer, and film director. 

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Skateboarding & White Identity

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Part 2 here

White Identity or ‘Whiteness’ is a fundamental aspect of Skateboarding. My aim is to provide a bridge and reference point for Skateboarders and Alt-Righters to make common cause.[1] Through this, boarders can become aware of themselves as White and under attack from a racial perspective and not merely for their chosen sport — though Skateboarding is, as we shall see, being attacked as being representative of healthy White norms and as a de-facto bastion of White Identity, Read more …

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Charlottesville After a Year:
Repression Of Unite the Right Rally Just the Beginning

Antifa: The shock troops of the Establishment.

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It’s surreal to have lived through an event that is even now being mythologized. It’s nothing short of infuriating to see a mythology growing up that is almost an exact opposite of what actually happened. The lies being told about what happened at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia a year ago this weekend are so outrageous and so demonstrably untrue that it makes you question all of history. Read more …

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Ґреґ Джонсон: «білість»

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Ґреґ Джонсон – фігура непересічна в рамках сучасної американської правиці. Один з найвизначніших ідеологів інтелектуального «білого націоналізму», головний редактор рупору американських «нових правих» Counter-Currents, чий внесок у формування метаполітичної повістки дня у США набагато відчутніший, ніж може здатися на перший погляд. Пропонуємо вашій увазі одну зі статей, в якій автор зачіпає важливість поняття «білості» і роль расового фактору не лише для мультирасових США, але й для Європи. Read more …

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Roman Law

Julius Caesar by Andrea di Pietro di Marco Ferrucci, ca. 1512

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The following is the complete text of the second chapter of The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century, vol. I, originally published in 1899, which was translated from the German by John Lees in 1910 and revised in 1912. The original Cyrillic Greek words for “Spartans” and “Acheans” have not been included. The text was provided by A. E. Stern.

DISPOSITION

To define in clear terms what we have inherited from Rome, what out of that vast manufactory of human destinies still exercises a living influence, Read more …

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À court terme

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Si les tendances démographiques actuelles ne sont pas stoppées et inversées par le nationalisme blanc, la race blanche s’éteindra. Éventuellement. A long terme.

Mais cela pose un problème. Read more …

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Valkoisuus

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Suomentanut Timo Hännikäinen; English original here

Yksi ilmeinen tapa hyökätä valkoista nationalismia vastaan on väittää, että itse valkoisuuden käsite on ongelmallinen. Käsittelen nyt neljää sellaista vastaväitettä. Ensiksi, valkoisuuden käsitettä pidetään poliittisesti tarpeettomana. Toiseksi, valkoisuuden oletetaan kumoavan etnisen identiteetin. Kolmanneksi, valkoisuuden väitetään olevan sosiaalinen konstruktio, ei luonnollinen kategoria. Read more …

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Eurooppalainen taisteluhenki

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Suomentanut Timo Hännikäinen, English original here

Puhe Awakening-konferenssissa Helsingissä 8.4.2018

Laulaos, oi runotar, viha Peleun poian Akhilleun / turmiokas, mi akhaijeja löi lukemattomin tuskin, monta mi Hadeen luo väkivoipaa sielua syöksi / sankarien, heist’ itsestään teki koirien riistan, / lintujen eineen”. Näin alkaa Homeroksen Ilias, länsimaisen sivilisaation ensimmäinen kirja. Read more …

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Say Goodbye to the Entire Elite of ’68:
Viktor Orbán’s New Project

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The following is a translation of the full text of the speech that was given by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the 29th Bálványos Summer Open University and Student Camp on July 28, 2018, in Tusnádfürdő (Băile Tuşnad), Transylvania. Read more …

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Nationalism, True & False

William Kristol, guardian of neo-conservatism.

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Ruling classes exercise power through combinations of coercion and manipulation — what Machiavelli called force and fraud, or the habits of the lion and the fox that he recommended to princes who wish to stay in power. Like most princes, most ruling classes tend to be better at one than the other, and depending on their talents, interests, and psychologies, they will habitually rely on one style of domination more than on its complement. Read more …

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Feminism as the Death of Woman

Oksana Shachko

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A founding member of the feminist group Femen has died at the age of 31. Oksana Shachko has apparently taken her own life in her Paris apartment by hanging herself. She was of course not the real leader, for the real leaders were the financiers of Femen, the ones who provided the Ukrainian with an expensive Parisian apartment, the ones who set her up with a cushy career as an “artist,” where she could deconstruct Western culture to her handlers’ hearts’ content. Everything Femen has done has been contradictory and destructive. Read more …

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Remembering James Burnham

James Burnham

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James Burnham died on July 28th, 1987—thirty-one years ago today, and just before the arrival of the current age. Born in a Catholic 1905, he quickly delved into Marxism in his college days. But Kapital couldn’t keep him, and he quit the party in 1940, and the next year wrote his first post-Marxist, and criminally underappreciated book, The Managerial Revolution. Read more …

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Looking Backward

James Burnham (1905-1987)

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A man from Mars visiting the United States at the beginning of 1997 might have thought that the country was wobbling on the brink of political crisis. He would have learned that the White House was occupied by a gentleman immersed in so many scandals that even supermarket tabloids could not keep track of them and that this same gentleman, having been re-elected without a majority of voters behind him, faced a Congress controlled by an opposition party sworn to working a revolution in government. Read more …

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How Power Invented Individualism

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The recent online debates between Alt Righters and various classical liberal dissidents have resulted in a a string of victories for our side. In fact, the opposition has at times appeared too flimsy to be taken seriously. Carl Benjamin (Sargon of Akkad) has been ridiculed for nitpicking his way through his debate with Richard Spencer, then responding to criticism by placing the paper crown of the ‘liberalists’ upon his head; and even the more erudite Tarl Warwick (Styxhexenhammer666) could do little more than throw ‘what ifs’ at Greg Johnson’s case for an ethnostateRead more …

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