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Greg Johnson Interviewed by Darryl Cooper on White Nationalism, Pathological Altruism, the Jewish Question, & More

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decline1440I was interviewed for more than two hours by Darryl Cooper on his The Decline of the West podcast. To listen, click here. I want to thank Darryl for having me on, and I hope this is just first of many conversations.  Read more …

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Nacionalismus a třídní boj

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Father Charles E. Coughlin: Social Justice Warrior

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V současnosti se pravice nachází v revoluční situaci. Všechny mocenské mechanismy byly uzurpovány nepřátelskou elitou. Hospodářství, vláda i akademické prostředí se dostaly plně pod kontrolu korporátních internacionalistů nebo radikálních multikulturalistů.  Read more …

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A Tale of Two Victims

Emma Sulkowicz

Emma Sulkowicz

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In the month of August the American press turned its spotlight on the suffering of two women. The attention they were given did not correspond to the depth of tragedy of each but rather to the priorities of the parasites occupying the positions of power.

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Why I am Not a Conservative

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L. S. Lowry, "Our Town," 1943

L. S. Lowry, Our Town, 1943

Editor’s Note:

This text continues the transcript by V. S. of Jonathan Bowden’s interview at the Union Jack Club in London on Saturday, November 21, 2009, after his lecture/performance on Punch and Judy. Read more …

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Kerry Bolton’s Babel Inc.

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Kerry Bolton
Babel Inc.: Multiculturalism, Globalisation, and the New World Order
London: Black House Publishing, 2013

The cover design of Babel Inc. suggests conspiracy, with the “eye in pyramid” peering out at the prospective reader. However, this is no paste pudding Alex Jones’ ramble on Bohemian Grove or other such inanities, but an incisive analysis of the cultural and political agenda of the multi-national corporations who pull the strings of the United States’ geopolitical agenda.  Read more …

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Nationalism & Class Struggle

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Father Charles E. Coughlin: Social Justice Warrior

Father Charles E. Coughlin: Social Justice Warrior

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Today, the Right finds itself in a revolutionary situation. All of the mechanisms of power have been seized by a hostile elite. The economy, government, and academia are solely in the hands of corporate internationalists or full scale multiculturalists.

In its economic dimension, capital is aligned against the interests of nationalists, the traditionally religious, and the workers. Read more …

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How the Irish Became White, Part 3

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Apropos of Noel Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White (New York and London: Routledge, 1995)

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How the Irish Became White, Part 2

Thomas Nast cartoon asserting the equal worth of Irish and blacks

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Apropos of Noel Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White (New York and London: Routledge, 1995)

What are here called the ‘whiteness historians’ ought not to be confused with ‘Whiteness Studies’ (WS) or ‘critical race studies’ (or certain other new ‘disciplines’ favored by ‘the New Know-Nothings’), Read more …

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How the Irish Became White, Part 1

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One of Thomas Nast’s 19th-century anti-Irish cartoons

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Apropos of Noel Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White (New York and London: Routledge, 1995)

‘We have always found the Irish a bit odd. They refuse to be English’. — Winston Churchill

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The Soul of Jack London, Part 1

Jack London, 1876–1916

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The life of Jack London, the extraordinarily popular turn-of-the-century American author, was every bit as fascinating as those of the fictional characters depicted in his stories. He was a man of action as well as of thought. Read more …

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Klansmen, Irishmen, & Nativists:
The Origins of Racial Nationalism in America

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The heterogeneity of America’s European population has always posed a challenge to its national identity. Only late in the nineteenth century was this identity extended to European immigrants assimilated in its Anglo-Protestant values and, in the twentieth century, to Catholics, whose Church (the “Whore of Babylon”) had learned to accommodate the Protestant contours of American life (or what John Murray Cuddihy called its “civil religion”). From this ethnogenesis, the original Anglo-Protestant identity of the American people gradually evolved into a more inclusive European Christian identity, though one closely tied to its Anglo-Protestant antecedents.

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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 4

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Terry in Context

Two years after Terry’s incarceration a White Race League was formed. Read more …

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Denis Kearney & the Struggle for a White America

Denis Kearney, 1847–1907

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Denis Kearney was born on February 1, 1847. In commemoration of his birthday, we are reprinting the following essay. On the same topic, see Raymond Wolters’ superb essay “Race War on the Pacific Coast” (PDF),

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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 3

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An Appraisal

While Terry wrote numerous poems, and a play, The Making of a Madman,[1] his only published work, in both prose and verse, was The Shadow. Because the shooting of Joe Kum Yung has overshadowed all else about Terry, his cogent analysis of imperialism and capitalism expressed in The Shadow is little known.

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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 2

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“Insanity”

In days of old, when men were bold,
And Honour held its sway,
When’er a comrade fought for Truth,
We all stood staunch beside him.
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The Shadow of Lionel Terry, Part 1

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Lionel Terry, 1873–1952, self-portrait

When the “New Zealander”[1] Lionel Terry is recalled at all it is generally by liberals and Leftists, who judge him to be nothing more than a psychotic racist murderer. Read more …

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The Protean writer who mixed racism with socialism 
Jack London

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“There never was a good biography of a good novelist,” F. Scott Fitzgerald once observed. “He is too many people, if he’s any good.” This dictum holds particularly true in the case of Jack London (1876–1916). For biographers and critics as well, he is the most elusive of subjects. As a person, as a writer, and most of all as a man of ideas, he continually takes on different and sharply contrasting forms.

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Remembering Jack London:
January 12, 1876–November 22, 1916

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Jack London was born John Griffith Chaney in San Francisco on January 12, 1876. An adventurer and Jack of all trades in his youth, London achieved fame and fortune as a fiction writer and journalist. But he never forgot his working class roots and remained a life-long advocate of workers’ rights, unionism, and revolutionary socialism. (See his essay “What Life Means to Me.”)

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What Life Means to Me

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I was born in the working-class. Early I discovered enthusiasm, ambition, and ideals; and to satisfy these became the problem of my child-life. My environment was crude and rough and raw. I had no outlook, but an uplook rather. My place in society was at the bottom. Here life offered nothing but sordidness and wretchedness, both of the flesh and the spirit; for here flesh and spirit were alike starved and tormented.

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Hinton Rowan Helper:
Harbinger of America’s New Dawn

Hinton Rowan Helper, 1829–1909

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For most readers having a nodding acquaintance with American history, the term “abolitionist” conjures up a vision of a sentimental housewife like Harriet Beecher Stowe, a homicidal psychopath in the mold of John Brown, or some stone-faced Puritan negrophile. Read more …

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