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My attention was recently drawn to a critical review of two of the essays that appear in my book Battle Lines: Essays on Western Culture, Jewish Influence, and Anti-Semitism (which, probably not coincidentally, was recently banned by Amazon). This review was penned by art writer and dealer Francis M. Naumann in the online and print... 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
The erasure of Western culture is occurring in front of our eyes. We sit dumbfounded watching deracinated white ethnicities erasing themselves. Western culture won us the victories of the rule of law, which means government is held accountable to the people. This historic victory, the result of centuries of struggle, has been lost. On September... Read More
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It was bound to happen: the remixed Saigon moment at Kabul airport and the stunning comeback of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, led by Pashtuns, has unleashed across the West a cheap Orientalization avalanche. The whole of Afghanistan is now “threatened” by the return of the “barbarians.” Once again, Afghan women need to be protected,... Read More
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Kerry Bolton The Perversion of Normality: From the Marquis de Sade to Cyborgs Arktos, 2021. Since at least the 1960s, a war of increasingly global significance has been waged against human ‘primary ties’: the traditional family bond, faith, homeland, culture, and ethnicity. This aggression has been waged by a confluence of hostile groups including oligarchs... Read More
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