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The media are the regime. In a democracy, media control is power. No politician can really be considered a “leader” without the press behind him. Even a landslide victory such as Richard Nixon’s in 1972 is hollow without media support. The media have always been biased, but the United States was different from the rest... Read More
Understaffed and under pressure, America’s military may not be up to the job. We may be getting a service that can’t meet the demands America’s interventionist leadership will put on it. The Navy and the Army are both offering “prep courses” so more recruits can meet already low standards. This might work for physical fitness,... Read More
Suppose they gave a war and nobody came? The United States is gearing up for a possible war with China, but it faces a serious recruitment problem. The nation’s youth can’t meet basic standards. Earlier this year, the Council for a Strong America reported that 77 percent of 17- to 24-year-olds are ineligible for service.... Read More
The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards — colonialism. We often hear that problems of immigration, drug-smuggling, and terrorism can’t be solved unless we can tackle the “root causes” in non-white nations. That assumes they can’t solve those causes themselves. Foreign aid has largely failed. Don’t “root cause” solutions imply... Read More
We begin with a tweet that got little attention, but is revealing. How do modern progressives reconcile their lack of religious faith with rejection of human biodiversity? They don’t. Some people believe that evolution guided a godless world but it magically didn’t apply to humans — that we evolved into groups that look different but... Read More
January 6, 2021, was a disaster for the American Right. Despite the emotional satisfaction some felt, the riot at the Capitol discredited President Donald Trump, allowed the Left to call conservatives rioters, justified yet more repression, and forced Republicans who had been investigating the 2020 election into full retreat. It would have been far better... Read More
John Morgan and Gregory Hood discuss Traditionalism, Meghan Markle, and the collapse of British identity. Is King Charles III secretly (or not so secretly) a traditionalist? What’s his direct link with Julius Evola? And most importantly, is a conservative institution still worth defending if it has been subverted from within?
For some time, Antifa in Atlanta have been trying to stop construction of a proposed Atlanta Public Safety Training Center. Last Sunday, they used violence. Footage released by the Atlanta Police Department shows a large mob of protesters throwing weapons and attacking officers within their own compound. Officers fled. Some of the protestors just hate... Read More
Last week was Scott Adams Week on Twitter. Some people are not happy with the Dilbert cartoonist. Mr. Adams has some supporters. While Mr. Adams’s income may never recover, we do have a new meme format. Amusing memes conceal the grim reality that whites have no collective representation within the existing system. That sad truth... Read More
We must give Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene credit for starting a necessary conversation: There are many reasons this will not work. The main one is that it relies on a contradiction. If national divorce is necessary because progressives will not respect limited government, they will also not respect secession. Moreover, “limited government” is a means,... Read More
Scott Adams has lost his career because of a “racist rant.” It was hardly a “rant.” His video remarks were perfectly calm. They are still up, and though he has backtracked a bit since, he hasn’t taken it down. He’s not bowing, scraping, and apologizing. The part that doomed him was his comments on a... Read More
Nikki Haley’s campaign for president can be best understood by comparing it to the current television drama Yellowstone. The show is wildly successful and will spawn several spinoffs, and has an impressive cast. The New York Times calls it a “conservative fantasy.” It features rough-and-tumble white people with cowboy hats and guns triumphing over city-slickers.... Read More
The philosopher Karl Popper argued that a theory can’t be considered scientific unless there is a way to test it and prove whether it is true or false. It’s therefore ironic that societies that claim to follow “the science” are constantly accused of “white supremacy,” an unfalsifiable concept backed by many who see themselves as... Read More
I doubt this will go over well. Miami police will now be taking blacks to jail in a Black History Month car. On the ride they can reflect on their contributions to American history. Columbus, OH has one too. It’s also not getting a great reception. Maybe police departments should hire a white nationalist consultant... Read More
American public schools are getting worse. Declining results are clear in the government’s own “Nation’s Report Card” on the state of public education. The National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) likewise shows that students got lower scores in mathematics across almost the entire country in 2021 compared to 2019. Blacks and Hispanics fell even farther... Read More
The Irish struggle for independence was not peaceful. It was also not fought to establish a proposition nation. Ireland was an ethnonationalist state born in blood. Some will say the revolution was monstrous, others that it was justified and heroic. All should agree, however, that if today’s Irish leaders give their country away to the... Read More
The World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland is underway. The WEF and its chairman, Klaus Schwab, are easy targets for conservatives, who blame them for supposedly wanting to force us to eat bugs, take controversial vaccines, or pay taxes for their fanciful “no-carbon economy.” These may be serious issues, but whites would... Read More
The “indigenous land acknowledgment” ritual is both petty and sweeping. It’s almost comical how it claims territory in the name of small bands of people. It’s also audacious in the way it undermines the very concept of America. And it is spreading everywhere: colleges, churches, cities, states. Land acknowledgement at the national level is entirely... Read More
White advocates hoped that Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter would help restore free speech. We’ve been disappointed so far. However, Mr. Musk has released the “Twitter Files” to a few select journalists, including Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss. We now know that current and former government officials and even a congressman pressured the company to... Read More
America could lose one of its first freedoms. Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland recently said this about the First Amendment: He looked to Europe for inspiration, saying that “we can be more aggressive” and that “Europe has done things.” These “things” include charging political candidates in court for peaceful speech. Such speech includes saying such... Read More
The White Renegade of the Year is not the person who is the most anti-white. It’s not the person who is the most destructive. He is the person who could — or should — have done the most good, but instead did the most harm. This year’s winner is Boris Johnson, former British prime minister... Read More
It may be the most controversial article in American Renaissance’s history. It was the “redpill” for countless activists. It showed that we had “Africa in Our Midst.” After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the black-run city government in New Orleans failed spectacularly. Looters raided stores. Police abandoned their posts, sometimes to join the looting. Black gangs... Read More
Respect for the dead arguably defines civilization. Mortality unites us. Corpses can’t fight back, so only savages destroy statues and mock the dead. Men do not. Modern America has few men. Richmond is a once proud capital now hastening its decline into just another black slum. The city’s proudest feature, Monument Avenue, has been destroyed,... Read More
The United States Congress, with bipartisan support, will probably pass a $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill. “I don’t think there’s anything in this bill that isn’t absolutely necessary for the health of the country,” said Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT). “I don’t anticipate that it’ll have any extraordinary inflationary effect.” Why not? “[M]uch of that [spending]... Read More
This article is adapted from remarks given at the American Renaissance conference on November 19, 2022. See here for Part I. When we think about who is white and who is not, we’re talking about biological realities. But race also has a spiritual and social dimension. Our people have strengths and weaknesses and we may... Read More
This article is adapted from remarks given at the American Renaissance conference on November 19, 2022. We’ve lost ground in the last few years. Leftists have desecrated monuments throughout the South. Pledges for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity, or DIE, have spread from universities to the military. Church services begin with an acknowledgement they are held... Read More
This week’s events turned that on its head. The Biden Administration traded Viktor Bout, known as the “Merchant of Death,” for black WNBA player Brittney Griner. This may be the first WNBA trade most people have ever heard of. Brittney Griner is a black lesbian and leftist activist in a league that prides itself on... Read More
Napoleon wrote in his journal that the truth of history was “a fable agreed upon.” Fables don’t just entertain; they are moral guidance. They are usually the first stories a child learns. Most people want to know who they are and where they come from. Atlantis may be the most significant myth in our culture... Read More
In October 2021, Rutgers Professor Brittney Cooper said whiteness needed an expiration date and that “we gotta take those mother***ers out.” Christopher Rufo, an opponent of Critical Race Theory, seemingly discovered or rediscovered the clip and made it viral again. No doubt Professor Cooper would explain that she means “whiteness” as a social construct that... Read More
Herschel Walker would not have gotten the GOP nomination if he were white. President Donald Trump bears heavy responsibility for foisting this candidate on Georgia voters, but he was hardly alone. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) backed Mr. Walker after failing to recruit another candidate. The whole party failed — not just President Trump. The Walker... Read More
I’m tempted to make a joke about the new Wakanda’s greatest enemy being people who can swim, but I won’t. Wakanda Forever, the sequel to Black Panther, is pathetic. Literally. I pitied the actors, writers, and above all the movie-goers who apparently love this series. The black nationalism and anti-white scorn are mediocre. We should... Read More
It doesn’t take much to dominate British tabloids. Ngozi Fulani is the leader of a charity called “Sistah Space.” She dresses like an African and heads an organization that helps “African heritage women and girls.” Her identity, her organization, and her public image are African. For some reason, she was invited to a reception at... Read More
Some may think this is an overstatement: I don’t. James Burnham and the Machiavellian tradition show that the truth doesn’t always, or even often, win in politics. However, having the truth on your side does come with tactical advantages. It means white advocates can defend free speech not just from principle, but for political advantage.... Read More
On paper, the Republican Party should have run away with the midterm elections. It did not. It failed for structural, ideological, and demographic reasons. It probably can’t fix any of this. This is an opportunity for white advocates. At this writing, it is virtually certain the Democrats will control the Senate no matter what happens... Read More
Sarah Dye discusses ways you can support our people with your dollars and how her family has overcome antifa opposition. Listen
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In less than a week, there will be eight billion people on Earth. United Nations Population Fund chief Natalie Kanem is cheerful about it: “Eight billion people, it is a momentous milestone for humanity. Yet, I realize this moment might not be celebrated by all. Some express concerns that our world is overpopulated. I am... Read More
Over the last few days, Americans learned a lot about the way things really work in “Our Democracy.” Elon Musk finally bought Twitter. Many journalists and progressives panicked. They were right to do so. Free speech means they lose. Truth is on our side. There are reasons for hope and for despair. Elon Musk fired... Read More
The worst thing our rulers do to our people is teach them to hate themselves. Public schools teach white children there is something inherently wrong with them. The sin of racism cannot be removed. That “education” is life-long. Whites’ evil is a common theme in films, documentaries, songs, and video games. A white person in... Read More
Reality is “racist.” There are racial differences and racial patterns that emerge consistently in different countries under vastly different circumstances. Our rulers invariably try to censor discussion of these differences. Let no one mock the medieval Catholic Church for its supposed restrictions on free inquiry. “Our Democracy” can be just as tyrannical. One man who... Read More
The late Sacheen Littlefeather died a hero. She was the “American Indian” Marlon Brando chose to refuse his Academy Award in 1973. Littlefeather said Brando was protesting “the treatment of American Indians today by the film industry” and “recent happenings at Wounded Knee.” The latter referred to a deadly standoff between American Indian activists and... Read More
If “Wakanda” didn’t exist, we might have to invent it. Who would be so foolish as to take a fictional black ethnostate as a model for our own cities, when those with large black populations are plagued with crime and filth? And yet: That’s the wrong way to look at it. It’s progressives who have... Read More
Whites are held captive by their best traits. Whites want to believe in their countries, histories, and traditions, even when Western governments are run by people who are indifferent or even hostile to them. In the United States, whites have the highest rates of patriotism. Although the federal government gives blacks and Hispanics preferential treatment,... Read More
“In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion.” – Lee Kuan Yew, founder of modern Singapore. Our rulers, like all elites, use a political formula to justify power: “white supremacy.” It explains why blacks and Hispanics can’t succeed like whites,... Read More
Tulsi Gabbard is a former Representative from Hawaii. Progressives should love her. She was the first Hindu in Congress, she single-handedly destroyed Kamala Harris’s presidential campaign by attacking her from the left on criminal justice, and she supports gun control and an assault-weapons ban. However, she opposes America’s interventionist foreign policy and anti-white racism. Therefore,... Read More
Men sometimes blindly take ideas to their logical conclusion. Thomas Jefferson didn’t literally mean “all men are created equal,” but he set in motion forces now destroying his nation. Northern soldiers in the Civil War may have thought they were fighting to save the Union, but their victory redefined it. American soldiers in World War... Read More
ZMan talks with Gregory Hood about the failures of the regime, the collapse of “Our Democracy’s” credibility, and reasons why we should anticipate victory. Listen
The “Great Replacement” is a dangerous conspiracy theory. Just listen to Rep. Mayra Flores (R-TX): A red wave? Immigration is arguably our most important issue. Many white advocates say our rulers deliberately tolerate and/or cheer non-white immigration. Migrants are cheap labor for Woke Capital. Our rulers import a helot underclass that votes progressive. Our view... Read More
Drew Fraser, author of The Wasp Question, speaks with Greg Hood about the “invisible people’s” lost identity and spiritual roots — and ways both can be reclaimed. Listen
This is the eleventh in a series about the continuing disappearance of whites from American cities (see our earlier articles on Birmingham, Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, Richmond, Milwaukee, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Jackson). Many people still pretend that The Great Replacement is a myth or a conspiracy theory, but the graphs that... Read More
The humiliation ritual is an important part of American life. Our rulers occasionally degrade a symbol of the historic American nation and tell us to cheer. If you protest and accomplish nothing, you look weak. If you cheer, you submit. When the military and FBI knelt for Black Lives Matter protesters in 2020, it was... Read More
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