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American Renaissance and Jared Taylor are not allowed on Twitter. Neither our organization nor our founder ever violated the platform’s rules. Unfortunately, our lawsuit to reclaim our account failed. Mr. Taylor decided on a strategic retreat because another plaintiff would have a better chance of winning in the politically biased courts. Nonetheless, we will probably... Read More
A black suspect drove through a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, killing at least five people and injuring dozens more. Among the injured were at least 18 children, 10 of whom are in intensive care. It didn’t make the New York Times until page A22. Suspect Darrell Brooks was reportedly the driver. Police arrested him... Read More
Progressives are not over the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. These are from suspended or deleted accounts, so I can’t embed them here: The Twitter accounts posted below are still live. I pause to note American Renaissance and Jared Taylor are still not allowed on Twitter, though neither account ever broke any Twitter rules. Rep. Cori Bush:... Read More
The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, despite some rumors of holdouts, acquitted the defendant of all charges. He’s a free man. The reaction from verified users on Twitter, including some public officials, is chilling. Keith Olbermann was blunt. The headline below may look extreme but it is a real article. This was retweeted by... Read More
Kyle Rittenhouse shot three white men in Kenosha, Minnesota last year. Nonetheless, his case is the largest racial controversy in the country today, drawing far more media attention than the Ahmaud Arbery case or the civil suit against Unite the Right organizers in Charlottesville. Mr. Rittenhouse — whom the police once identified as “Hispanic” in... Read More
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Queen Elizabeth II is reportedly ill and may not last until her Platinum Jubilee on February 6, 2022. Saying that her death would be the “end of an era” is a cliché, but it understates her importance. When she dies, Great Britain and the Commonwealth could fragment. It will be a blow to British identity.... Read More
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Good news everyone, the white race is victorious again. Republican Glenn Youngkin defeated former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe in last night’s election for governor. White advocates can savor Mr. McAuliffe’s defeat last night for several reasons. First, it was a good night for Southern rights. Terry McAuliffe was governor during the 2017 Unite the Right... Read More
Chicago is mostly known for bad things: organized crime, dirty slaughterhouses, and political corruption. The short-lived Starz series Boss was about corruption and starred Kelsey Grammar as Chicago’s mayor. After Baltimore and Detroit, Chicago may be the most notorious city in America. However, Chicago does have a “Magnificent Mile” of upscale hotels, restaurants, and shops... Read More
“Left, Right and White” returns with Gregory Hood and special co-host Jared Taylor to discuss the late Guillaume Faye, “Archeofuturism,” and the idea of a true European Union. Listen
All’s fair in love, war, and politics. That said, there needs to be at least some plausibility if you’re going to try to smear the opposition. Republican Glenn Youngkin has pulled slightly ahead of Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor’s race. In desperation, Mr. McAuliffe, who was governor during the 2017 Unite the Right... Read More
Here is the full interview between The Root’s Michael Harriot and Brittney Cooper. Both should be known to readers. While @ProfessorCrunk probably believes what she’s saying, it’s hard to take offense. It shows what affirmative action does. She is ridiculous. Race realists shouldn’t want her silenced. White advocacy would be well served by playing these... Read More
The question of secession from the United States divides white advocates. Many don’t want to abandon what they still regard as their country. Others think it’s not practical. Secession also assumes our problems have already been solved. It would require white identity, and if we had it, we wouldn’t be in this mess. This doesn’t... Read More
Facebook is under attack. The attackers are right to say that social media need public oversight, but they are wrong in their goals. Regulation should preserve free speech, not restrict it further. The attack has been on two fronts. First, “whistleblower” Frances Haugen gave internal company documents to the Wall Street Journal. She then testified... Read More
The original movie trilogy of The Lord of the Rings reportedly lacked diversity. The Southern Poverty Law Center promoted an editorial that complained it had too many “manly men who were whiter than white” and “Anglo-Saxon.” Don’t worry. Amazon’s new version will have plenty of affirmative action elves. The original book author, J.R.R. Tolkein, was... Read More
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This is part of our continuing series of accounts by readers of how they shed the illusions of liberalism and became race realists. First published in 2015 on Counter-Currents, this essay is the introduction to Gregory Hood’s book, Waking Up From the American Dream. I always felt cheated. It wasn’t because I lacked for anything.... Read More
No show captured American decline as The Sopranos did. Unfortunately, its prequel The Many Saints of Newark is less an analysis of this than another example of decline. America may have deteriorated so much that its rulers can’t even recognize collapse. Instead, they strengthen their support for the disastrous policies that brought us here. The... Read More
In theory, there’s a right way to handle a pandemic. With enough information, you could establish the best policy that would save the most lives. Instead, our multi-racial country is plagued by double-standards, anarcho-tyranny, and hypocrisy. The President blames unvaccinated people for the continuing pandemic. “Their refusal has cost all of us,” he said. Earlier... Read More
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Conservatives and libertarians worry that the government will impose universal vaccine mandates. The government is forcing mandates on some American citizens, but whatever the law says, blacks may enjoy exemptions. Sometimes, it’s just too much trouble to make them follow rules. The media recently reported that “Texans” attacked a hostess at a New York City... Read More
Syracuse University professor Jenn M. Jackson had a curious take on the September 11 attacks. Among other statements, she said she was “disturbed by how many white pundits and correspondents talk about it.” She has since hidden her posts, but the internet is forever. I agree that the systems many white Americans fight to protect... Read More
Governor Gavin Newsom is campaigning hard against a recall in California. Many once saw him as a possible presidential contender. However, Governor Newsom violated his own COVID-19 lockdown rules, presided over a huge increase in crime and homelessness, and arguably did little to prevent the worst wildfires in the state’s history. These are just some... Read More
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On Wednesday, the Commonwealth of Virginia took down and then sawed to pieces Robert E. Lee’s 21-foot bronze equestrian statue in the former Confederate capital of Richmond. On paper, this was illegal. In 1889, the General Assembly guaranteed that the state would “hold the said [Lee Monument] perpetually sacred to the monumental purpose to which... Read More
I will save the celebrations of the removal of Robert E. Lee’s statue in Richmond for another article. This is just the standard contempt for whites that circulates on Twitter. An actress: A few years ago, I read an obscure book called Men, Art, War. In one story, after a revolution against a horrible system,... Read More
The Supreme Court recently refused to overturn a Texas law that restricts abortion. This decision was made on procedural grounds, not on the merits of the case. This fall, the Supreme Court will probably render another decision on a restrictive abortion law from Mississippi that many think could overturn Roe v. Wade. For now, these... Read More
We’re past the point at which people can say the Great Replacement isn’t happening. The people applauding it say it is. They brag about it. Replacing whites seems to be a high priority. Increasing wages, protecting the environment, and fighting corporate power seem secondary. Therefore, it is very hard to take these complaints seriously. When... Read More
Gregory Hood and Henry Wolff discuss the enduring importance of Italian philosopher and esotericist Julius Evola. Listen
“It’s not happening and it’s good that it is.” That sums up progressives’ response to The Great Replacement — the dispossession of whites in their own countries. The most recent census showed that the number of whites declined for the first time in American history. Michael Moore called this the “best day ever in U.S.... Read More
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the late Mel Bradford, Southern heritage, paleoconservatism, and the limits of political martyrdom. Listen
The latest census reports that America’s white population declined for the first time in history. Other groups grew. Non-whites are replacing whites, but the Great Replacement is a “conspiracy theory” if white advocates mention it. To the Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin — once the paper’s “conservative” columnist — it is “fabulous news.” This would be... Read More
The federal government is about to spend about $3.5 trillion dollars on the Democrats’ budget proposal. Former president Donald Trump said the bill “destroys our Borders and the rule of law by granting dangerous amnesty that will flood America’s beautiful cities.” The Democrats admit the bill will give “lawful permanent status for qualified immigrants” —... Read More
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Now that David French is gone, Jay Nordlinger may be the worst writer at National Review. One can always count on him to defend the most useless points of view. He is true to form about Hungarian President Viktor Orban and the future of the American Right. Mr. Nordlinger frets that President Orban’s national-conservative approach... Read More
People all over the world enslaved each other until whites stopped them. The British Empire took the leading role, abolishing slavery throughout its vast territories in the Slavery Abolition Act, which became effective on August 1, 1834. This year, Canada joined the ranks of former British possessions that celebrate “Emancipation Day” on August 1. It... Read More
Politicians, public health authorities, and many journalists demand that Americans trust “the science,” but “the science” is often not science but dogma. Soon after taking office, Joe Biden said his administration would “lead with science and truth.” Should we have expected fantasy and lies? Vice President Kamala Harris said: This is true, but people don’t... Read More
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss a few more lefties recommended by listeners: Jack London, Antonio Gramsci, Matt Taibbi, Glenn Greenwald, and Edward Abbey. Listen
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The movie The Purge has now become a franchise, comparable to The Fast & the Furious, spawning five films and a television series. It has brought in more than $500 million. It tries to be darkly comic, but the real joke is that it portrays the opposite of what’s happening in the country today, and... Read More
In recent years, the difference between the United States of America and the “authoritarian” governments of China and Russia has shrunk. Powerful institutions on both “Left” and “Right,” from unions and NGOs to big business, worked very hard to sway the last election. Even if it wasn’t outright fraud, it is hard to say it... Read More
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts discuss how dissidents can enjoy leftist satire, the pleasure of bellicose science fiction, and why white people should read Harry Turtledove. Listen
Greg Hood and Chris Roberts talk about why it’s valuable to read leftists, understand leftists, and take leftists seriously. Listen
Many leftists really do think Ashli Babbitt was a “terrorist” and, presumably, deserved to die. Breaking into the Capitol was a bad idea. However, an unarmed woman didn’t deserve to be executed for it. Furthermore, when countless rioters looted, burned, and attacked people in the name of George Floyd they got away with their crimes.... Read More
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Noam Chomsky: his anarcho-syndicalist worldview, his critiques of American foreign policy, and most importantly, his studies on mainstream media, hegemony, and influence. Listen
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Five years ago, I wrote a book called Waking Up From The American Dream. One of my assumptions was that America was uniquely destructive because the egalitarian virus was implicit in its founding. America wasn’t really a “proposition nation”; no nation is. However, it was at least plausible to believe that it was, that it... Read More
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Chris Hedges, one of the most popular leftist intellectuals of our time. They cover the role religion plays in his worldview, the insight of his analyses of pornography and reality television, the limits of leftist empathy, and much more. Listen
Americans are spontaneously organizing to oppose Critical Race Theory. President Donald Trump has a plan to remove it, and calls it “divisive” and “radical.” Florida (and at least three other states) banned it in classrooms, and Governor Ron DeSantis is probably using the battle to prepare for a presidential run. Conservative leaders including Steve Bannon... Read More
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts talk about all of Orwell’s works aside from his two famous novels, with special attention to his writings about the Spanish Civil War and patriotism. Listen
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Clarity is needed. Millions of European-Americans love this country. They work for it, pay for it, fight for it, and die for it. They do this even though their government discriminates against them, shames them, and pushes immigration policies that will turn them into a hated minority. The American flag is the symbol of the... Read More
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts address fan-suggested topics. The two talk about colonialism, 1984, A Brave New World, black nationalism, and much more. Listen
German governments have used two strategies to crush dissent in the last century. The Third Reich used Gleichschaltung, or “coordination,” with the state pushing public and private organizations into line with National Socialism. Communist East Germany used Zersetzung, “decomposition,” with its Stasi secret police wrecking the personal lives, careers, and reputations of dissidents. White advocates... Read More
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss the “New Atheists.” They ask why the movement rose to prominence in the 2000s but quickly waned in influence, consider its connection to the alt-right, and argue that in the end, the atheist political project isn’t too different from generic liberalism. Listen
Gregory Hood and Chris Roberts discuss Jean Raspail’s “notorious” 1973 novel, The Camp of the Saints: what it got right, what it got wrong, its literary merits, and why liberals hate it. Listen
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History doesn’t change to fit our wishes. We wish whites hadn’t imported blacks as slaves and had not changed immigration policy in 1965. However, in a multiracial society, history often isn’t about facts. It’s a weapon. A story about the past justifies current policy. When history doesn’t provide a suitably horrific example, invent one. The... Read More
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The “war hero” candidate buried information about POWs left behind in Vietnam.