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What is the Alternative Right? Part 4

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Part 4 of 4, Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here

Author’s Note:

This is the final installment of the opening essay of a forthcoming anthology called The Alternative Right.    

White Nationalism 1.0 & 2.0

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Unite the Right 2 Couldn’t Have Been Better

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I feared the worst, but I am glad that I was wrong. Jason Kessler’s Unite the Right 2 rally outside the White House on Sunday, August 12th, was a triumph. It was still a highly risky, even foolhardy venture, and I would not have done it. But luckily, it ended up being good for white identity politics.  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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Interview on Unite the Right 1 & 2

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What follows are my answers to questions about the aftermath of last year’s Unite the Right rally emailed to me by Christian Science Monitor reporter Patrik Jonsson. Read more …

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Events Have Been Set in Motion

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Very few people today remember Colonel-General Gotthard Heinrici (1886–1971). Considered by many experts to be one of the greatest defensive military strategists of all time, General Heinrici was given the unenviable task in the closing months of World War II of organizing the retreat of German forces on the Eastern Front. Read more …

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Thoughts on the State of the Right

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Editor’s Note:

This is a very important essay. Please read, comment, and share. — Greg Johnson

There’s no sense in mincing words anymore: The Alt Right has hit a wall and is presently faced with the hard task of pulling back and searching for a new course. The enemy media are (prematurely) claiming victory. Read more …

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Stane se Charlottesville Altamontem alternativní pravice?

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„Ti, kdo stojí v cestě poklidné revoluci, činí násilnou revoluci nevyhnutelnou“ – John Fitzgerald Kennedy

6. prosince 1969 se v severní Kalifornii konal festival Altamont Free Concert, kde mezi dalšími slavnými jmény vystoupili Santana, The Jefferson Airplane, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, a The Rolling Stones. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 212
Interview with Jason Kessler

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano interview Jason Kessler, organizer of last August’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, VA. Read more …

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Ten Questions for Jason Kessler

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For those who don’t know, how did you end up creating Unite the Right?

It all came as a consequence of an exposé I did on Wes Bellamy, the Charlottesville Vice-Mayor who is pushing to tear down European-American monuments, for “reparations” policies and other anti-white nonsense. Read more …

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Price Anchoring & the Alt Right

Stephen Colbert demonstrating how far the Overton window in America has shifted over the past two years.

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As Noam Chomsky points out in Manufacturing Consent, our propaganda system operates less by overt censorship and more by controlling the range of acceptable discourse. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 193
The Post-Charlottesville Narrative Collapse

Heather Heyer on the day of the Unite the Right rally.

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano reconvene for a new weekly Counter-Currents Radio podcast.  Read more …

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Charlottesville Revisited

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“I fear that I have awakened a sleeping tiger.” — Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto

One of the consolations of old age is the advantage of historical perspective, of obtaining a degree, at least, of self-awareness and objectivity. Old men seldom laugh or weep, not due to emotional dysfunction, but because at a certain age one has seen it all, and very little comes as a surprise. Generations of humans come and go, but human nature remains fairly constant. Read more …

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Rebranding the Right

Mixed messages.

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After any setback, it is perfectly natural and proper to reassess one’s tactics and goals. It is, after all, a winning attitude after a loss to blame oneself and not one’s enemies.

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My Conversation with Andrew Anglin

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On Monday, August 28, Tara McCarthy invited me to have a conversation with Andrew Anglin of The Daily Stormer on her Reality Calls Show. I enjoyed the debate between me and Vox Day she hosted on August 17th, so I accepted. Tara made it clear that we were to be having a conversation, not a debate, and the topic would be the current attacks on white advocates and the way forward from here. I need to make this clear, because Andrew is now billing our conversation as a debateRead more …

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“Jews Will Not Replace Us”:
What Normies Need to Know

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If my introduction to the topic of Jews and immigration policy had been through a march that looked like the angry villagers in Beauty and the Beast ready to bust their way in to the Beast’s castle yelling “Jews will not replace us,” I never would have ended up where I am today.  Read more …

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This Means War

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As everyone knows by now, just three days after the “Unite the Right” debacle in Charlottesville, a coordinated attack was launched by the Left against multiple individuals, organizations, and websites on the Right.

Counter-Currents had its PayPal account shut down, Read more …

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The US is Already Worse than the USSR:
A Reponse to Spencer Quinn

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I would like to take a moment to briefly respond to Spencer Quinn’s excellent letter to Terry McAuliffe. In Werner Herzog’s 1977 film Stroszek the protagonist, Bruno S., gives an account of the difference he had experienced between living in a National Socialist-run orphanage and living in America. In the orphanage, if a boy wet the bed he was forced to stand in the sun, holding the sheet until it dried. Read more …

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Cutting to the Quick

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I have always found that honest people, right or wrong, like to cut to the quick. If something requires an explanation, a sentence or two ought to do it. The answer must be direct, sensible, and, most importantly, interesting.

Here are a few examples:

Most boxing fans take it for granted that the black American heavyweight Joe Louis had been the top contender when he fought Jimmy Braddock for the title in 1937. Read more …

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Unite the Right Did Nothing Wrong
(But There’s Still Room for Improvement)

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Well, the unity didn’t last long. Immediately after Unite the Right, those who did not participate started attacking the speakers and organizers. For instance, Katie McHugh and AntiDem have used Unite the Right as a pretext to attack Richard Spencer. Now the speakers and organizers are blaming and disavowing one another. Richard Spencer, Eli Mosley, and Baked Alaska, for example, have disavowed Jason Kessler over a tweet about Heather Heyer, who joined the violent mob that attacked Unite the Right and died as a result.  Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 190
Unite the Right Wrapup with Augustus Invictus

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano reconvene for a new weekly Counter-Currents Radio podcast.

This week we discuss last weekend’s Unite the Right rally with Augustus Invictus.  Read more …

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Open Letter to Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe

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Dear Governor McAuliffe,

In the Soviet Union, they had essentially two kinds of prisoners in their vast gulag system: the 58s and everyone else. The 58s had been indicted under the provisions of Article 58 of the Soviet criminal code, which gave the state license to lock up virtually anyone for political reasons.  Read more …

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Now in Audio Version!
When We Walk in Fields of Gold

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Whitepill: James A. Fields will be exonerated of any charge of murder. Read more …

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Why White Nationalists Shouldn’t be Discouraged by the Charlottesville Attack

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James Alex Fields, Jr.

A 20 year old named James Alex Fields, Jr. rammed his Dodge Challenger into a group of people during the Charlottesville March this past Saturday, August 12, 2017, killing one. The interesting thing is that if he had been a Muslim doing it for the sake of jihad, the media and academia would in response be promoting a narrative that we should not allow this attack to be used to malign Muslims across the nation because most Muslims, according to them, are law-abiding people of good will. Read more …

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The Altamont of the Alt Right?

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“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”–John F. Kennedy

On December 6, 1969, the Altamont Speedway Free Festival was held in Northern California, featuring Santana, The Jefferson Airplane, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, and The Rolling Stones. It was supposed to be a West Coast version of Woodstock, which had been held four months before in upstate New York. But Altamont descended into violence and mayhem, with one murder and three accidental deaths, plus countless brawls and petty crimes. Read more …

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Greg Johnson & Millennial Woes
White Pills from Charlottesville

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Greg Johnson and Millennial Woes did a live hangout about the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally this past weekend.

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New Podcast
On Charlottesville with John Morgan

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John Morgan joins Frodi Midjord and Jonas De Geer of Me ne frego to talk about Unite the Right in Charlottesville. The first few minutes are in Swedish.

https://soundcloud.com/radiomenefrego/om-charlottesville-med-john-morgan

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 188
Unite the Right, Corporate Censorship, & a Saxon Reunion

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano reconvene for a new weekly Counter-Currents Radio podcast. Read more …

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