The Unz Review Digest - November 30, 2020
Ranking first this last week after just a couple of days is Edmund Connelly’s lengthy and visually-oriented discussion of the recent disappearance of nearly all white males in American advertising. Given that white males are one of America’s largest population groups and control the bulk of consumer-dollars, this unprecedented, sweeping development has obviously been driven by ideological considerations, along with the sudden new ubiquity of black male-white female married couples, whose real-life existence is negligible. The author suggests a sinister and conspiratorial explanation for this strange situation, arguing that the destruction of white families and the white race is the underlying goal of this propaganda barrage, easily provoking a huge outpouring of over 450 comments, totaling more than 50,000 words.
Ranking second was C.J. Hopkins’ somewhat satirical description of the socially-oppressive current attempts of the German government to control the Covid-19 epidemic, drawing such strong readership that it would have been ranked first in almost any other week. An October Hopkins column was also highly critical of fanatical governmental measures to control the disease also received a powerful new wave of readership, lifting it into the third spot.
Our fourth and fifth most popular featured articles both focused on the aftermath of the recent Presidential election, with Paul Craig Roberts denouncing the Democratic Party for its use of widespread, blatant fraud on behalf of Joe Biden, and the American media for ignoring or covering-up this total corruption of our democratic process. Meanwhile, the Saker claimed that the outcome was not entirely clear, arguing that Trump’s legal team, led by Rudolph Giuliani, might succeed in overturning the results in several states, perhaps keeping Trump in the White House.
And rounding out our most popular featured articles was Anatoly Karlin’s analysis of the relevant growth prospects for the China and the U.S., focused on the question of how much larger the economy of the former would be in thirty years time. The resulting discussion is now approaching 550 comments, totaling nearly 70,000 words.
Understandably, at this point in time after the 2020 elections, many observers are laser focused on the struggle for the Presidency between the incumbent and the cadaver. Accounts of voter fraud are mildly interesting, but observers are, in my view, missing the larger and far more important story: The race war against Whites has reached... Read More
Break out the Wagner, folks … the Germans are back! No, not the warm, fuzzy, pussified, peace-loving, post-war Germans … the Germans! You know the ones I mean. The “I didn’t know where the trains were going” Germans. The “I was just following orders” Germans. The other Germans. Yeah … those Germans. In case you... Read More
There seems to be a quasi consensus that Trump will not prevail and that Biden and Harris will get into the White House no matter what. To my surprise, even the Russian media seems to be considering that the Trump presidency is over. Yet, I am not so sure at all. Why? Because at this... Read More
Michigan State Attorney General Dana Nessel has attributes of a Nazi. She, like Washington Post columnist Randall D. Eliason, wants to falsely prosecute attorneys who represent those making challenges to the election. She also wants to prosecute election officials who refuse to certify until irregularities are properly dealt with, and she wants to prosecute Pennsylvania... Read More
A warrior’s soul sleeps in his fist. Wakes in his fist. Till his dying breath, will exist in his fist. No gun and no mortal danger can unfold this fist. A warrior will live and die with his fist clenched. This is not for love of violence nor for the thrills of war. Not because... Read More
…Or Vaccinating America’s Political Virus.
In one ruling, a bombshell. Issued in the late evening this past Friday by Pennsylvania Commonwealth judge, Patricia McCollough, her bold- and absolutely correct- ruling is about to make Nov 27, 2020 the day that the highly questionable 2020 election blew to pieces. To make matters worse for the Dems, the same day, just down... Read More
Justice for Box Turtles! Reparations for Potted Plants!
Headline “Fairfax school board eliminates admissions test at Thomas Jefferson High School” probably America’s most demanding school for science and technology. Oh god, Oh god. Who is on the school board? Predictably education majors, the dimmest, lowest SAT-scoring dregs of the professional classes, the horror of smart students subjected to their grade-school mentalities. But not... Read More
It has been more than three weeks since election day and the incumbent U.S. president still has yet to concede defeat. Despite the media’s distraction over the perspiration of his personal attorney during a bizarre press conference, the legal team led by former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has actually done a decent job... Read More
The dialectic of Republicans and Democrats is a battle between High Fructose Corn Syrup and Soy. The right puts corn syrup in all our kids' food, which causes obesity and shaves IQ points. The left wants soy, which feminizes men and makes them gay. For both sides, gaslit by devious exploiters, the real systematic problems... Read More
In their World Economic Forum treatise Covid-19: The Great Reset, economists Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret bring us...
By titling their recently published World Economic Forum treatise Covid-19: The Great Reset, the authors link the pandemic to their futuristic proposals in ways bound to be met with a chorus of “Aha!”s. In the current atmosphere of confusion and distrust, the glee with which economists Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret greet the pandemic as... Read More
Traveling is not just a shifting of the body, but a reorientation of the mind, so here in Lebanon, I can’t help but think about Islam, because I’m surrounded by Muslims, and the fajr call to prayer wakes me each dawn. Iran’s most advanced missiles are called Fajr, by the way, a mere coincidence, I’m... Read More
There is a striking contrast for the historian between how popular culture portrays National Socialism and how the historians present it. In popular culture, the portrayal is uniformly negative, to the point that National Socialism becomes a wholly incomprehensible phenomenon. At the same time, Nazi aesthetics and themes - whether or not these are framed... Read More
Netanyahu's every wish is granted
President Donald Trump’s gifts to Israel in the last few weeks of his administration are, quite frankly, incomprehensible based on any consideration that U.S. foreign policy should be reflective of American national and international interests. On the contrary, the nearly worldwide assessment of the United States as a completely rogue nation headed by someone who... Read More
The new Covid vaccines will make billions of dollars for the big pharmaceutical companies, but here's what they won't do: The vaccines will not cure Covid The vaccines will not prevent people from contracting Covid The vaccines will not prevent Covid-related hospitalizations The vaccines will not prevent Covid-caused deaths Now, I know what you're thinking.... Read More
Where will Chinese GDP end up: At ~US level, or 2-3x the US level? Very important question - after all, it will determine whether the world will remain unipolar (if China ~= US, the latter will remain dominant thanks to its alliance system and soft power) or "bifurcated" between a US-Western sphere and a Sino-centric... Read More
An upcoming book from Antelope Hill provides meticulously sourced insight into the corrupt institutions and wealthy financiers that have created and imposed the inorganic transgender movement on the West and beyond. In The Transgender Industrial-Complex, a copy of which was provided to National Justice for review, author Scott Howard provides over 400 pages of mostly... Read More
The G20 leaders have reached a consensus of a magnitude previously observed at Warsaw Pact summits. News in brief: they want to vaccinate us, and then, before we become restless, switch to combating global warming. If we survive masks and vaccines, austerity will kill off the survivors. Remember, before the pandemic there was Greta? Greta... Read More
Biden is on a double precipice of the worst-ever economic depression coupled with imminent explosions of social rage
The massive psyops is ongoing. Everyone familiar with the Transition Integrity Project (TIP) knew how this would imperatively play out. I chose to frame it as a think tank gaming exercise in my Banana Follies column. This is a live exercise. Yet no one knows exactly how it will end. US intel is very much... Read More
There is something quite scary about the way leading Democrats have persistently wrapped their attempts to control the American people in platitudes and self-righteous drivel. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who are currently pulling their team together, are no different than the Clintons and Obamas who preceded them and are already on course to establish... Read More
The racial wealth gap has become a heated issue as part of the ongoing woke crusade, but rather than the economic elite, it is average, workaday White Americans who are the scapegoat. White millennials in particular—ironically given their role as some of the most vocal carriers of the woke torch—will be the primary bearers of... Read More