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It is with the deepest sorrow that we announce the unexpected death of Chris Roberts. He was an invaluable member of the AmRen staff, and as our primary public contact, was personally known to many of you. The cause of his death is not known.

Roberts, who worked for us from July 2016 to October 2017 and again, beginning in November 2019, was a constant source of energy and new ideas. His title — Director of Special Projects — fit him perfectly. He did everything: fundraising, website optimization, video-distribution strategy, donor relations, podcasts, author prospecting and, of course, he wrote. We published more than 400 of his articles, including those under his pen names of Gilbert Cavanaugh and Hubert Collins.

Besides the AmRen mainstays of politics, history, and race, Roberts had a deep knowledge of film, about which he also loved to write. He had an intimate understanding of the Left that is very unusual in our circles. He was always looking for potential allies, whether on the anti-anti-racist Left, among libertarians, and even conventional conservatives. He knew the language of these movements, could meet their members on their own ground, and startle them with his insights.

Although we knew him as Chris Roberts, this too, was a pen name. Martin Christopher Rojas was born in 1992 to a Chilean immigrant father and an American mother. He grew up in Minnesota speaking English and Spanish, and published in both languages.

He studied briefly at a now defunct great-books school in Chicago called Shimer College and took a few courses here and there, but was otherwise self-taught. He was fascinated by the astonishing achievements and astonishing decline of the West. He was proof that it’s possible to master many fields without having a single dollar in student debt.

It must have been in 2014 that I first met Rojas, at a meeting of the H.L. Mencken Club. He sought me out and peppered me with piercing questions about my work. He was wearing a snappy blazer with a prep school shield on it — along with tennis shoes and an untucked shirt. I pulled rank — I was 40 years older than he — and told him to tuck in his shirt. He obeyed reluctantly. I asked if that was how students dressed at the prep school. He told me he picked up the jacket at a thrift shop. There was always more — and sometimes less — to Rojas than met the eye.

Before coming to work for American Renaissance, Rojas was a star pupil at the Leadership Institute, and held several jobs in Beltway conservatism. He soon concluded that conservatives would never conserve the only source and bulwark of the things they claimed to love; he found his true calling in the dissident right. He hit the office like a shot of adrenaline.

Rojas threw himself into work with the enthusiasm and commitment that characterized the rest of his life. After Donald Trump won the Republican nomination, he took a leave to become what he called “a turf coordinator;” he pounded pavement and knocked on doors — day after day after day.

After the election, he came back to AmRen and shared in the disappointment of so many as he watched President Trump fritter away so many opportunities. Rojas then took a leave of absence to explore his Chilean roots, and for two years we had to do without him. I practically begged him to come back.

This most recent period at AmRen was his most productive and, I am convinced, his most rewarding. Rojas was doing what he was put on earth to do — fighting for his people — more cheerfully and effectively than ever. In a staff meeting the very day before he died, he was Roberts to the end: full of story ideas, planning ahead, never shy about telling us when we were wrong.

Rojas’ sensibilities and manners differed from mine. He had knocked around with people for whom S-H-I-T is a synonym for T-H-I-N-G-S, and it took some time to make his language suit the office. But only a few days before he died, we had a good laugh over my vulgarity. I have been brushing up my Spanish watching a Mexican crime series, and he roared with delight at the gangland profanity I had picked up.

Rojas and I didn’t always agree on writing style, nor did he much respect the rules of grammar, but he submitted to my lessons and occasional appeals to the divine right of editors. He was well on his way to becoming a very reliable editor, and in a weak moment once conceded that I was right about economy of language and Anglo-Saxon verbs.

I envied Rojas his archivist’s memory. He knew details from articles I had forgotten I had written. If any of us were ever unsure who had reviewed a book for us — or how long Jeff Sessions had been in the Senate — he was sure to know. He could cite passages and key ideas from Sam Francis and Joe Sobran, whose writing careers began before he was born.

Rojas never lost sympathy for the working-class people he knew growing up. He took unpaid leave from AmRen to spend a week in one of the poorest towns in West Virginia, where he got to know whites who were barely scraping by. They had been studied so many times, they were suspicious of yet another outsider from whom they expected yet another sneering exposé. He won their confidence and wrote a portrait of the town that is one of his best pieces.

Rojas loved pen names and liked to use different ones for different personae. He was Benjamin Villaroel, Nathan Doyle, Albert Emory, and even a lady: Linda Preston. You can find him at Counter-Currents, Occidental Observer, VDARE, Chronicles, and, I’m sure, places I don’t know about.

Rojas was not yet 30 old when he died. I keep thinking, “What a waste. What a waste.” So much energy, so many ideas, so much life — snuffed out. Many people his age don’t seem to have a higher purpose, but he did. He was one of only a handful of people who have the talent, drive, and courage to work full-time for our people. He could have been with us another 40 years at least. The things he could have done! There is unspeakable heartache when an athlete dies young:

The time you won your town the race
We chaired you through the market-place;
Man and boy stood cheering by,
And home we brought you shoulder-high.

Today, the road all runners come,
Shoulder-high we bring you home,
And set you at your threshold down,
Townsman of a stiller town.

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. He was only 29 or 30… tragic! 🙁

    Requiescat In Pace Martin Christopher Rojas AKA Chris Roberts.

    • Replies: @Kolya Krassotkin
  2. Franz says:

    Rojas was not yet 30 old when he died. I keep thinking, “What a waste. What a waste.”

    I agree but only part way.

    Rojas will be survived by his decent respect for the Americans the US regime gave up on two generations ago. By simply being honest and treating his subjects as people not snark targets he created a fine portrait of a trap too many Americans are in.

    You say he wrote a lot under different handles. That means if our culture ever shakes the dirt out of its system and actually does wakes up, his various works can be collected, maybe grouped by subject, and put into a permanent format.

    Never a complete waste when a man leaves behind the truths he told.

    • Agree: Realist, Richard B
  3. anonymous[419] • Disclaimer says:

    So for this fine young man at age 30

    The cause of his death is not known

    Lemme guess …. ‘Insurance companies reporting since 2021, 40% higher than normal death rates amongst young people, highest death rates ever seen’
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/insurance-companies-note-jump-death-payouts-amid-40-rise-among-prime-age-americans

  4. I was actually reading through another article on AmRen when I saw this news come up. For a minute I thought it was a joke, or that he had left AmRen.

    Needless to say, what a shock. 29 years old. Way too young to die; a huge loss. Chris left his voice – and his articles – to live on, so that’s good. Quite a gifted writer and an even more astute observer. For someone so young, he had ages of wisdom.

    I can’t speculate on the cause of death, though I am indeed wondering. Now that we know he is gone, we can only hope his pen is picked up and someone can take the helm of what he was doing. His perspective, though a younger man’s, was always intelligent, fresh, and fair. His observations, especially with Gregory Hood, were always so very welcome.

    Though I didn’t know him, except for some brief communication, my heart is heavy today. It is rotten when a kindred spirit passes. Condolences to Chris’s friends and family. May he RIP.

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
  5. This is tragic. A previous commenter mentions the vaccinations, and the same thought occurred to me. Just three days ago, a young person of my acquaintance dropped dead. It turned out to be blood clots – a lot of them – not something you expect to happen to a person in the prime of life.

  6. RIP, brother I did not know

  7. @anonymous

    Mr. Rojas had a tragic blindspot if he was willing to trust an unproven product from a Jew pharma company. If Albert Bourla’s revolting visage wasn’t enough to dissuade him, the man must have been out of touch with his animal instincts. But then again, Jared Taylor seems to have a blindspot for the Chosenites and maybe his associate did as well.

    • Agree: Kratoklastes
    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Anon
  8. Sorry to hear Jared.

    He was a nice kid.

  9. Super tragic. I’m all torn up. There are so few great podcasters for me to listen to out there, and Chris was a rising favorite, that it’s like a close friend or relative has passed away. His erudition, needless to say, was awesomely beyond his years. When a great voice of racial identity is lost, since they are so few, it’s like the loss of a great artist or scientist to humanity, even if we all don’t realize it yet. The problem is, the dissident right is getting OLD, and there don’t seem to be intellects of the heft of Taylor, macdonald, Derbyshire, Francis, or Sobran in the pipeline in genX and millennials, unfortunately. Chris roberts was one of the few, and now he is lost. This is truly terrible.
    I would really like to know the cause of death.

    • Disagree: David Burberry
    • Replies: @RegretLeft
  10. Damn. Such a loss. While I enjoyed Roberts’s writing, I looked forward with full expectation to the podcasts he and Gregory Hood collaborated on.

    May God comfort his friends and family.

    • Agree: Bubba
  11. Rest in peace. I knew he wasn’t much older than me, but not yet 30… that’s a drag, as they say.

    I was always impressed with his ability to write in a passionate and principled, yet not over-emotive or histrionic, fashion (not unlike Mr. Taylor himself), as well as his ability to source information from across the political spectrum and synthesize it without lapsing into ideological ecumenicism. Open-minded in the most impressive way.

    He also was one of the few pundits who I felt, in the wake of the 2020 election, really understood how much truth value there was to the “Hispanics are going to vote GOP now!” meme (not none, but ultimately not worth getting distracted over), so when I later learned about his “Chilean roots” (as Taylor puts it), as a Fellow Hispanic fellow traveler, that made sense to me.

    His insight and dedication will be missed.

  12. I’m sorry to hear of Chris Roberts’ passing. Several years ago in an e-mail he thanked me for my many rebuttals to two very pesky liberals who regularly commented on the American Renaissance website. He also urged me to submit articles on Amren which I did under a different penname. He was a very encouraging and gracious young man.

  13. @Red Pill Angel

    Covid causes blod clots. It is not necessarily a nice disease. Jared Taylor might have his reasons, that he does not write about the circumstances and/or about what he thinks might have caused the – sad-death of young Martin Rojas.

  14. I met him on the bus one day about a decade ago, and mentioned that I knew the both the authors of the book he was reading. He then used his connections to hunt me down (“Who was that guy who knew these guys you know?”) , and we had lunch together. Dutch treat; neither of us could afford to spring for the other. I mean, we met riding the bus. I never saw him again. Quite an enterprising fellow.

  15. neutral says:

    This is what he wrote here regarding those that amren cannot mention:
    https://www.unz.com/article/no-really-im-not-a-nazi-neo-or-otherwise/

    Then he took the vaccine out of panic and paid the ultimate price. He died a fool, if you are pro white tolerating such foolishness is simply stupid.

  16. Young and full of life,
    Eyes danced with intelligence,
    You bless us all still.

  17. Tragic. Dare I ask a vaxing question?

  18. @Red Pill Angel

    Yep – sure seems like another vaccine death to me.

  19. Maybe if he didn’t have an uptight boomer yelling at him for having an untucked shirt when he’s trying to do something important like saving the white race, he wouldn’t have succumbed to a suicide or a drug overdose (why else would a man “suddenly” die at 29?). This is why Richard Spencer abandoned AmRen: the pettiness. Conservatives suck.

  20. KenH says:

    I am so very sorry. I knew “Chris Roberts” was a very important linchpin at American Renaissance so this is especially jarring and sad. I hope we learn the cause of death. Suicide would be very hard to accept since Chris had so much talent and energy to give to the rebirth of Western civilization and the white people who created it.

    • Agree: Angharad
    • Replies: @anonymous
  21. profnasty says:

    This thing stinks to high heaven. Leave us hope this poor man died from the Covid Stab. Because if he was murdered by the Communist/Capitalist Menace, then this thing is taken to a higher level. It would be an assassination. In a lawless society such as ours, murder ought to be avenged; war declared.
    I’ve got a lot on my plate right now. Would you do that for me?
    Thanks.

  22. Bruno says:

    I enjoyed reading some of his articles. He was carefully followed by the Antifa whom have, sadly, quite a few extremely intelligent and efficient anglo-saxon persons serving the cause of their own destruction :

    https://atlantaantifa.org/2021/02/25/martin-rojas-pen-names/

    https://atlantaantifa.org/2021/02/25/martin-christopher-rojas-professional-racist/

    • Replies: @Thim
    , @Happy Tapir
  23. A very fitting poem at the end. Who was the author of it?

    • Replies: @RVBlake
    , @Anonymous
  24. There’s a whole lot of ‘sudden death’ in the young nowadays. I suppose it is merely a coïncidence.

    RIP, Mr. Roberts.

    • Replies: @goeshittheragman
  25. Angharad says:
    @anonymous

    My first thought. This is genuinely tragic.

  26. Angharad says:

    Rest in peace, young man.

  27. @neutral

    Chris Roberts had a great sense of irony and rejected most conspiracy theories.

    Hopefully he would be amused that his death will spark more of them.

    😉

    R.I.P.

    • Replies: @W
  28. The West Virginia article he did was great, some actual reporting and writing, not just 140 characters in a tweet.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  29. sounds like suicide

    • Agree: YesYesCircle
  30. Herald says:
    @anonymous

    Thank you for restating what should be obvious to all by now, though of course it isn’t.

  31. Realist says:
    @Ray Caruso

    Never miss a chance to use a tragic death as an opportunity to show your hatred of Jews.

    • Replies: @Angharad
    , @WSG
    , @Ray Caruso
  32. Realist says:
    @Punch Brother Punch

    When you are dead, you do not know you are dead. It’s only painful & difficult for others. The same applies when you are stupid.

    This most certainly applies to you.

  33. @The Alarmist

    Dollars to donuts the guy had been vaccinated.

    • Agree: Angharad, Irish Savant
  34. xyzxy says:
    @Punch Brother Punch

    Maybe if he didn’t have an uptight boomer yelling at him for having an untucked shirt…he wouldn’t have succumbed to a suicide or a drug overdose (why else would a man “suddenly” die at 29?). This is why Richard Spencer abandoned AmRen…

    Don’t be silly. No one commits suicide or ODs on drugs because they are told to tuck in their shirt, or otherwise conform to a dress code.

    As far as Spencer? His life has been one big demonstration of how easy it is to abandon this for that, and then making another turn. No principles at all.

    Why a 29 year old man would die ‘suddenly’? Others have identified the likely reason. But who knows?

  35. @Dieter Kief

    I agree that this cause of Mr. Rojas’ death is a private matter, Dieter. Commenter. RPA was not specifically assuming that this “clot shot” was the cause of his death. He just mentioned the strange deaths of quite a few young and in-shape people. I agree with that.

    Regarding this young man, I had not known that a few of those different pseudonyms were the very same guy. On VDare, I liked the columns by Mr. “Hubert Collins”, which one can find here.

    R.I.P, Martin Chris Rojas.

    • Replies: @Cris M.
    , @Barnard
  36. I had just been listening to his latest recording with Gregory Hood on the Western canon as I shaved this morning. These discussions were always interesting, although it was funny to hear these two relatively young men talking as if they were accomplished philosophers answering questions from eager students. Mr. Rojas was astonishingly temperate and open-minded, in contrast to the more self-certain Mr. Hood, and he spoke with the odd newish cadences of the young, in which his voice often rose in pitch at the end of his sentences. Their discussions always had the air of a college bull session, yet there were plenty of interesting things mixed in with the immature. Requiescat in pace.

  37. @Red Pill Angel

    I too have lost 3 male family members “suspiciously” after they getting the “injections.

  38. @Red Pill Angel

    Covid was known to be a blot clotting disease from the very beginning, post-mortems showed that. Lots of the younger excess dead in the first wave in Britain, ling before the vaccines, were from stroke or lung embolism or heart attacks. The higher rate of blood clot complications and higher death rate persists for at least six months after recovery. Yes, the vaccines have partly similar problems as the disease, but with a much lower rate. Covid is especially bad, but lots of viral infections (“the common cold”) increase the risk of heart/circulatory system complications for months after recovery.

    • Thanks: Red Pill Angel
    • Troll: David Burberry
  39. Currahee says:

    What is the cause of death? Is it unknown? If unknown, why?, how could that be?
    Is Amren concealing the truth?

  40. Nat X says:

    Just another dead yt, no big whoop. But at 29??? Probably drugs…

    • Replies: @anon
  41. ricpic says:

    I’m currently reading Burning Boy, a biography of Stephen Crane, by Paul Auster. Crane died just shy of 30. Is there a connection? Does it mean anything? I don’t know. Just popped into my head.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  42. Angharad says:
    @Realist

    As it should be.

    • Replies: @Realist
  43. Anon[273] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ray Caruso

    Mr. Rojas had a tragic blindspot if he was willing to trust an unproven product from a Jew pharma company. If Albert Bourla’s revolting visage wasn’t enough to dissuade him, the man must have been out of touch with his animal instincts. But then again, Jared Taylor seems to have a blindspot for the Chosenites and maybe his associate did as well.

    I cringe and my stomach turns over and churns whenever I see or listen to a baby faced nerd looking young man wearing glasses selected to make him look intelligent.

    There was a time in history when kids were intelligent and mature at 14. My Great Great Grandfather went to sea at that age. I imagine it was a hard life but he ultimately made ship’s Master by his mid 30’s. These days the youth dont seem to get smart at all, many having difficulty serving milk shakes at McDonalds. Every little thing “triggers” them. I have colleagues with kids who in their late 30’s/ 40’s are as dumb as a banana skin. Logic, common sense and wise counsel go in one ear and out the other.

    I am always puzzled that with all the information available today at the push of a cell phone button, we tend to have more idiots than ever in history. It also seems to get worse every passing day.

    This fellow looks like one of this type. To me, the hype and touting of his accomplishments makes me well, suspicious. I dont know who is he and could care less. However, like you I rather suspect that in spite of all his “accomplishments” he was a flighty dunderhead and thus forfeited his life.

    To bad ! To all who knew him, did not know him or thought they knew him, he will soon be forgotten including by his gushing employer.

  44. anon[273] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nat X

    Just another dead yt, no big whoop. But at 29??? Probably drugs…

    Also probably too many protein injections in the blow hole. The YTs are a dumb weak lot. Most on this site are all teary eyed over this cream puff, a boy they did not know. Whites sob more over strangers than their own flesh and blood. By tomorrow he will be forgotten. Roberts ? Who?

    As they self destruct we are just going to move in and take over. Correction, we already have. Its a big Whoop for blacks everywhere !

    • Replies: @YesYesCircle
    , @Nat X
  45. @neutral

    This is what he wrote here regarding those that amren cannot mention:
    https://www.unz.com/article/no-really-im-not-a-nazi-neo-or-otherwise/

    He was a tormented soul longing for acceptance and a bigger family in his short life on earth. For a son of an immigrant race was his solace and a refuge and a gate to the Americans who thought like him. Rojas rejected NAZI racial purity theory and European racial hierarchy putting the Germans on the top perhaps being conscious of the Muslim Arab presence in Spain for a very long time.

    I pray for his soul.

  46. @Johnnie Skywalker

    This is one of the few articles of 2021 I still recommend reading on a regular basis. An article I have talked about a lot to people too. A true gem.
    Btw. – reminded me a lot of the work of – leftist – writer Joe Bageant – Deer Hunting with Jesus, for example – great book this one.
    (I often thought – where are the young writers to catch up with what’s up? – Here was one.)

    • Agree: RVBlake
  47. Bubba says:
    @Punch Brother Punch

    I highly doubt anything you wrote. In fact, being told to tuck in your shirt (I’m sure Mr. Taylor asked him in a respectful manner as always) is only one of many things that children and young adults need to be taught. I had many teachers tell me the same thing after running around at recess and finally understood why they did this to me. It’s a thing called “civilizing” and it’s done in the small, daily encounters of life with mature adults when I was growing up. This and “Please pick up the litter you just dropped.” “Don’t tell your classmate to “Shut up!” doing a class discussion.” “Treat one another and property with respect.” “Live by “The Golden Rule.”” “You will have to purchase car insurance now that you can drive.” Et. al.) It leads to better behavior for children who then learn to cooperate and trust one another and eventually build a respectful, civilized society. And it’s the little, repetitive reminders like, “Please tuck in your shirt.” that do it. Otherwise, you’ll just have another generation of Shitavious, Barkevious, Episiotomy, et. al. growing up like wild savages one step away from murderous, jungle warfare behavior with no moral sense that we are set today in every black run city and now encroaching on white suburbs (thanks to corrupt, out-of-control Section 8 housing).

    One of the best examples of this civilizing behavior was when Rudy Giuliani enforced the “broken windows” theory of fighting crime in NYC during the notorious crack crime wave of the 80’s and 90’s. It led to NYC being cleaned up and becoming a safe city. The petty crime and vice businesses that attracted drug dealers and violent behavior (which led to absolute lawlessness in NYC and was responsible for the “white flight”) had been ignored by NYC Mayors John Lindsey, Abe Beam, Ed Koch, and David Dinkins for over 30 years. The brilliant UR contributor Steve Sailer has written numerous times about this.

    Sorry to break it to you, but I think your man crush on Richard Spencer will lead to disappointment and hurt feelings. Spencer was/is just another “conservative” fraud like David Brock. Spencer will either be working for George Soros soon or a could possibly be a spokesman for”Super Beets” commercials and selling tours for Israel on the Conservative, Inc. media channels.

    • Replies: @Punch Brother Punch
  48. Thim says:

    No mention of women anywhere, except a mother. No children. Wrote for the homosexual rag Counter Currents. He commented that “gays”, as he called them, are just fine, all natural, nothing wrong with all that same sex stuff, the sodomy and all of it is just fine.

    Still, extremely unlikely he dropped dead from being a queer. Vaxxed men his age are dropping dead in huge numbers. Most likely the vaxx.

    His writings amount to very little, posterity will remember none of it. He lacked the moral courage to talk about the elephant in the room. He focused on mere symptoms, while ignoring the (((cause))) of our decline.

    In short, a perfect fit for Jared Taylor’s useless web site. Dead at 29 or 30. And Taylor is still a raving Vaxx Nazi.

    • Agree: David Burberry, C.T.
    • Replies: @Jess hilde
  49. If you worship the false gods

  50. Stealth says:
    @Anon

    I dont know who is he and could care less.

    Enquiring minds want to know. Exactly how much less could you care?

    • Replies: @Anon
  51. @Dieter Kief

    That was my other thought when my young friend died suddenly – could it have been subclinical Covid? The disease itself causes blood clots. Just yesterday, I read that doctors aren’t Covid testing these sudden deaths.

    • Troll: David Burberry
    • Replies: @David Burberry
  52. Thim says:
    @Bruno

    Bruno, the FBI writes all that up, and sends it to antifa for posting.

    • Agree: fnn
    • Thanks: Bruno
  53. @Anon

    You are an asshole.

    He was a decent intelligent young man…..and he did work that he believed in.

    I doubt that he took drugs or killed himself…..it was probably the jab.

    What kind of person takes the time to smear a young man for no reason….when he is no longer here to defend himself?

    Shameful.

    • Replies: @Currahee
    , @Anon
  54. anonymous[429] • Disclaimer says:
    @KenH

    the rebirth of Western civilization

    The western evilisation is the most soul-diseased the world has ever known. It deserves to burn to the ground.

    Of course, I understand, the best the rest of the world can hope for is that the most evil of this accursed race, AmeriKKKa, Perfidious Albion, France, etc., are so beaten down that they start to resemble Sweden or Norway, as far as global power projection goes (the cause for much of the world’s pain, death and suffering). Prosperous, but wimps. If we can get that, we will take it gratefully. I hope miscegenation and immigration can help here. As everyone knows, this accursed race is quite capable of starting world wars too, so that is another possibility.

    Given that whitevil supremacy is fundamentally about the hegemony of this bastard race over others, at the expense of all others, I viscerally loathe everything you mofers stand for. Thus, anybody who wishes to propagate this soul-diseased evilisation is/was irredeemable, in this world and the next.

    I have no feelings (heck, even schadenfreude) for this accursed fellow’s passing. After all, the Almighty One has this planned for everybody. But, I do know that now he has crossed the line where there is no turning back, his assured entry into Hell begins now.

    R.I.H. Martin Rojas.

    • Replies: @Priss Factor
    , @KenH
  55. @BuelahMan

    Many thanks for the brilliant parody.

    It seems to me much of western civilization has become predicated on lies:

    The Jab
    Pharmaceutical companies and drugs
    Much of Science—Multiverse,etc.
    Much of Mathemetics—Woke, fake math taught in schools
    Banking system
    Currency
    War in Ukraine
    9/11
    Federal Election
    Churches
    Abortion
    Law
    Race Relations
    Open Borders
    Entertainment
    Education
    Arts
    Literature
    Social Media—Metaverse. Censorship, politicization, and militarization.
    Society—Non-nuclear family. Social rating systems for mass conformity.

    Hard for me to think of any major aspect of western civilization that isn’t based on lies.

    Where does one go when so many road signs point to perdition?

    • Thanks: BuelahMan
    • Replies: @HT
  56. Realist says:
    @Angharad

    As it should be.

    There are some sick fucks on this blog and you are one of them.

    • Replies: @Angharad
  57. Currahee says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Yes, there is speculation, but no information re. cause of death. One would think that to be the most obvious question given his age.
    My attempts to ask the question on the Amren website are not acknowledged; therefore, the suspicion rises that the answer is being witheld.
    Why?

  58. Anon[357] • Disclaimer says:

    This is a great loss. My condolences to his family and friends, including at the AR family.

    I corresponded with Chris about AR reviewing a new epic, Eþandun, by William G. Carpenter. It tells of King Alfred’s struggle with the invading pagan Danes in 878 a.d.–an immigration theme pertinent to AR. Thank you, Chris. Wes hal.

  59. @xyzxy

    Richard is trying to revive his own version of Greek polytheism called Apolloism with his FBI Jewish handler Mark Brahmin.

    This Apolloism will be stripped of all sexual abstinence and ancient practices of sublimation to achieve psychological domination, as has been the essence of all powerful world religions including Hebrews (Kaballah) etc.

    Instead they will practice a mutilated and sterile version of Greek polytheism.

    But can we rule out foul play in Chris Roberts death?

  60. @Bruno

    God, it’s amazing the ingenuity they put into tracking Rojas/Chris. I had read all those articles, and I never had an inkling they were the same guy! This was way more energy than they ever put into identifying, say kacyinski or zodiac. They are tracking our writers as though they were major criminals. Fight the ideas, not the persons who wrote them! It just goes to show we hate people who think differently, heretics, much more than we do bona fide criminals.

    • Replies: @Bruno
  61. @Currahee

    Maybe they don’t actually know the cause of death.

    • Replies: @Currahee
  62. @Anon

    He WAS intelligent. At least his articles and podcast were worth our attention, unlike your work. Keats and Shelley died young too.

  63. He appears to have been associated with Asatru Folk Assembly. He was also doxxed by various Antifa groups last year, and for that reason cause of death would be good to know.

    • Replies: @RVBlake
  64. Currahee says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Perhaps. But the question is so obvious that I suspect concealment in that my many repeated inquiries to the Amren website remain unpublished and unanswered. A simple “we don’t know” would be satisfactory at this point. .

    • Agree: Dieter Kief
  65. A lover of jews and sodomites took the vaxx and the vaxx took his life.

    There’s nothing particularly sad or surprising about this.

  66. @Red Pill Angel

    Yeah the covid flu doesn’t cause blood clots but the vaccine does.

    Stop lying.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Red Pill Angel
  67. HT says:
    @SeekerofthePresence

    I don’t think Western civilization is based on lies. I think the people who are destroying it are liars of the highest order and have stolen Western civilization from us. That is how we wound up with idiocy like desegregation, unrestricted immigration, welfare handouts, and foolish wars.

    • Agree: Richard B, BuelahMan
  68. @Occasional lurker

    Yeah I suggest that you stop lying. The covid flu doesn’t cause blood clots but the vaccine does.

    Go push your jewish propaganda over at buzzfeed. Someone there will no doubt be dumb enough to believe your lies.

  69. The poem at the end of this good piece: It was from A.E. Houseman, right? Ode to an athlete dying young.

    • Replies: @SeekerofthePresence
  70. @anonymous

    The western evilisation is the most soul-diseased the world has ever known. It deserves to burn to the ground.

    It was the best but now it’s the beast with its three highest holies being blacks, homos, and Jews.

  71. @David Burberry

    Save your fangs for people who hate you. I thought the spike proteins caused clots in both the illness and the vaxx, but perhaps that was a wrong assumption. My suspicion, and that’s all it is, is that it’s both, because this would further obfuscate vaxx deaths. But, of course, media lies that the disease causes clots would accomplish the same. At any rate, the cause of death for this young man is a mystery that needs to be resolved.

  72. WSG says:
    @Realist

    If you could connect basic dots, then you would hate them, too. That would require a brain and a willingness to use it. Your handle really doesn’t suit you.

    • LOL: Realist
  73. @xyzxy

    Spencer is a washed up, useless grifter living off of his parents’ money or the government dole. My god he is so smarmy.

  74. Anon[273] • Disclaimer says:
    @Stealth

    I dont know who is he and could care less.

    Enquiring minds want to know. Exactly how much less could you care?

    LOL. We live in a “democracy” whatever that means from day to day so people who wish to waste their time wondering who died and from what are entitled to do so.

    That means that I on the other hand am perfectly justified in being bored at such uninteresting information.

    Each side of the coin will mock the other as either being mushy or cold hearted. However I am right. If you passed away a week ago Mr Roberts and Jared would give a flying fuck about whether you passed from a motorcycle accident, you were killed by a one legged rat or died from complications of an STD. Each one of us has a million things to be concerned about in our own sphere to be curious about some nondescript faggot supporting blogger.

    By late this afternoon Roberts will be forgotten by the people who did not know him and one day after his funeral by those who loved him (and if he was queer by those who buggered him).

    As for exactly how much less I care I would say I care more about the crusty snot I dug out of my nose while perusing this non-article. Hope that answers your concerns.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  75. @anon

    It’s obvious you are not black, but rather a weak, soy liberal just here to instigate. Using the proper “too” is a dead giveaway you ain’t black. “People” (I use that term loosely for blacks) who can’t properly pronounce “ask”, certainly don’t know to use “too”.

    BTW, exactly how White is your neighborhood? 90%+ I’m guessing.

  76. @Anon

    Your great, great grandfather was doing what to seamen at age 14? Was your great, great grandmammy a beard by any chance?

  77. @St-Germain

    To an Athlete Dying Young (Steve Prefontaine) by A. E. Housman…

  78. @Currahee

    from his foto dude was superdweeb incel. Therefore probable cause of death: suicide

    • Replies: @Currahee
    , @Negrolphin Pool
  79. @Punch Brother Punch

    “why else would a man “suddenly” die at 29?”

    You need to get out more. Young men and women, even including top sports stars, are falling like flies from the effects of the deadly vaxx.

    • Agree: Angharad
  80. RVBlake says:
    @Red Pill Angel

    Yes, he had been an active member of the Asatru Folk Assembly in Minnesota since last February. He was in the process of moving to Atlanta.

    • Thanks: Red Pill Angel
  81. @Vergissmeinnicht

    In time he could have become the next Jonathon Bowden.

  82. Bruno says:
    @Happy Tapir

    Yes and then they employ expression like «  weirdly he has chosen to stay anynomous » when they track all attendees of AmRen annual conference with full force of analytic power and maybe with the help of FBI and Big Tech to ruin their lives.

    What’s interesting and intriguing is that professional media people specialized into dissident right like Andrew Marantz (NEwYorker and The Atlantic staffer) or Lombroso (White Noise movie director) are much less documented than those antifas

    What’s also weird is that he has at least 5 or 6 appreciations in common with this JT eulogy like « a very good far left connaisseur to an extent that is unusual among the far right » ….

  83. Currahee says:
    @Meretricious

    (see my previous comments re: Amren’s unresponsiveness)
    Yes, at this point, that would be my guess.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
  84. @Anon

    I believe he was just making fun of your grammar, buddy. “Couldn’t care less” is probably the meaning you wanted. I thought Stealth’s reply was a humorous way of correcting you.

    Speaking of quibbles, regarding BeulahMan’s video: Hey, very nice job with the lyrics and the vocals, B-Man, and your sounding quite a bit like Eric Clapton was great!

    However, those articles you show flash by so fast though, that it’s annoying. If they were spinning by even faster, then it’d be just a way of showing all the damage and concern out there. If it were about 1/2 speed, I could at least read a little bit of each to get the idea. This speed was an unhappy medium – my mind kept getting me to try to read them – as with a web site with loads of pop-ups that moves around like a damn Mexican Jumping Bean – #AnnoyingAsHell.

    Anyway, that was just a suggestion for next time.

    • Replies: @Anon
  85. @Realist

    I talk about Jews all the time because their appalling behavior sadly makes it necessary. An awful lot of young people are dying suddenly these days. The “vaccines” are a prime suspect. All three of the companies that produce the “vaccines” used in the US (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson) are run by Jews. So why shouldn’t I talk about Jews and about how much better off we would be without them?

    • Thanks: Angharad
    • Replies: @Realist
  86. Cris M. says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Some bit of argument on the premise of being supposed private facts. There is nothing wrong with asking, and, it should be offered with the article. I think it is wrong to not disclose the means of death –
    It is natural and right interest for all people to know how anyone died.
    The reasons are obvious. It can serve as warning for action needed, whether against ‘vaccines’, or, if it were caused by a other physical assault for instance, to signal to ward off increasing crime, to spark energy as means of revenge of loss, or, as against criminals and need to make effort against continuing incursion on ourselves, predators and by those posing as govmt or lawyers and judges and media as they set up more crime against us in the ways they are functioning to do so.

    It is not a matter of purient interest to ask, but a natural and right thing, and shows right instinct and awareness in pursuit of further awareness. If this person were about truth, one would think it was what he would have wanted.

    To pre-argue claim that if it were from clots or stroke from vaccine would be to ‘use’ his death as an agenda, no. That would be yet more accusatory inversion tactic by the cons. *To begin on any such claim must include the first instance agenda, which is the fraud of vaccines, and, the force push of ‘vaccination’ that went on the last two years, and is continuing with every ‘ad’ in every grocery store, or anywhere else pushing ‘vaccines’. It is everywhere yet.

    To react to a first instance incursion, is not incursion, it is defense.

    Offense in defense, is still defense, and right. A claim of being offensive to ask, is false argument.

    It seems the person may have had some positive, though I did not know him, but whatever the case, it is right to ask how he died, and, to not disclose how he died is promoting people to be sad, yet removed from right interests, whether sense of revenge in loss, or in self or territorial interest in self defense if the death was by untoward means.

    .

  87. @Anon

    I cringe and my stomach turns over and churns whenever I see or listen to a baby faced nerd looking young man wearing glasses selected to make him look intelligent.

    I wear glasses, and have since age 16, because I’m short-sighted and contact lenses bother me. What are you, the Khmer Rouge?

    • Agree: Red Pill Angel, fnn
  88. Realist says:
    @Ray Caruso

    I talk about Jews all the time because their appalling behavior sadly makes it necessary.

    It’s not necessary…you are obsessed.

    So why shouldn’t I talk about Jews and about how much better off we would be without them?

    Without one of them, you would be on this blog.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Ray Caruso
  89. @Cris M.

    It is not a matter of purient interest to ask,…

    Agreed, and I didn’t say it was, Cris. However, if someone wants to keep it private, all the asking is for nothing. I don’t blame Mr. Taylor at AmRen or whomever, for not writing “we don’t know”, as some written he should have. That may not be the truth. Maybe they DO know, but the family feels that it’s not anyone’s business or Mr. Rojas, aka Roberts, wouldn’t have wanted them to know.

    • Replies: @Cris M.
  90. JamesinNM says:

    Unspeakable heartache indeed. Thank you for the beautiful introduction to a magnificent young man.

  91. It’s a wonder there are still brave and sane white people despite all the propaganda and indoctrination. Sadly, there is one less now.

  92. Dumbo says:

    The cause of his death is not known.

    The vaxx? Look, young people don’t usually die for no reason, and lots of people are recently dying of “unknown cases”.

    Young people may die of cancer – or drugs, suicide, accidents. Not for “no reason”.

    • Replies: @neutral
  93. Dumbo says:
    @Dieter Kief

    LOL. You have no idea what you’re talking about. Covid causes sore throat, fiver and tiredness. This person probably died from Bourla’s vaxx. Young people VERY rarely die from Covid. The average age of death from Covid is like 80 years old in most countries. Yeah, some young people may die, but not healthy 30 year-olds.

    P.S. Why did he have so many pen names? Fear of the Jews? Or to sound more anglo? Rojas is more hispanic and I guess that’s not well seen at AmRen.

    RIP.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  94. neutral says:
    @Dumbo

    Young people may die of cancer – or drugs, suicide, accidents. Not for “no reason”.

    I have come across an increasing amount of news stories of people dying of natural causes. And this was not about somebody who was 80 who died in his sleep, I am talking about stories every where from 30 to 17 years olds that suddenly died from “natural causes”.

    • Replies: @usNthem
  95. Connor says:

    There is something fishy going on here. Mr. Taylor’s letter reads condescending. Chris is painted as a moron.

    Also, why no cause of death? If Chris is your close employee and extended family, sure you know the cause of death. Just call his family, the police, the hospital.

    If Mr. Taylor lies or withholds information on this one, he does it on other matters too.

    Talking about bad decisions and wrong friends.

    Can you imagine your future employer is the biggest Nazi in America, and he is gonna write your final employment reference letter when you are dead? Damn it. Chris was a moron!

    • Troll: Automatic Slim
  96. @Currahee

    The reason Taylor is not responding is he doesn’t want to cop to the fact that many of Amren’s employess are superdweeb incel betas like Roberts (bad for his brand)

  97. Anon[372] • Disclaimer says:
    @Robert Dolan

    You are an asshole.

    He was a decent intelligent young man…..and he did work that he believed in.

    I doubt that he took drugs or killed himself…..it was probably the jab.

    What kind of person takes the time to smear a young man for no reason….when he is no longer here to defend himself?

    Shameful.

    Tch tch Roberta, the language and name calling. Even Truth and Nat X dont use profanity. You should take an example from them. Blacks CAN teach you something !

    Lets look at this. If you are centre stage on social media in any form you are subject to being smeared. It matters not whether you are a Saint or Villain, decent or not. Even if you are a nonentity, the people around you will have some form of criticism. Thats life and the way the game is played. Who cares if he took drugs, killed himself or it was the jab ? The writers of the classics are subject to criticism 2000 years + after their death and thus I am sure you will agree are no longer here to defend themselves. Intelligence is a matter of perspective. The man who pumps the shit out of my septic tank is I dare say intelligent in that he does not splash himself with my sweet honey.

    We have Tik Tok and YouTube “stars” a who are as dumb as a door knob with millions of followers.

    Even Cicero, Plato etc have their detractors. These days anyone with a keyboard and computer is some sort of oracle, perhaps to a dunce like you. However I prefer the classics rather than the homo ramblings of some 29 year old.

    While I have no regard for Roberts a person I dont know and would not care to know, you are the opposite kissing Roberts’s arse a person YOU also do not know.

    Your comment is all nonsense unless of course you drool when you see young fellas who look like Roberts. Are you a peanut buffer ? You sure sound like one ! LMAO

    Spare us the dramatics, emotional outpouring and ass licking Cuz ! Its undignified !!

  98. Anon[372] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I believe he was just making fun of your grammar, buddy. “Couldn’t care less” is probably the meaning you wanted. I thought Stealth’s reply was a humorous way of correcting you.

    Grammatically you are quite right but in everyday conversation both are used and understood to mean the same thing. I could care less indicates that I do care a little bit LMAO which is a brazen lie. Oops Busted !

    In any case if each one of us were to edit our own comments and that of others such that every sentence and nuance conformed strictly to the Queen’s English we would be on Unz all day. Stealth I have to say is certainly no Oxford and Cambridge Professor of English not even in his prose.

    So allow me to restate my position so as to be clear. Pick a comment here where the writer indicates he does not give a shit about Roberts” demise. I could care less correction “I do care less” LOL

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  99. Cris M. says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The argument is a claim of privacy isn’t valid to the larger point. It’s about natural law. We’re dying faster all of us and the earth is being put down because we do not connect where it matters and stop the incursions. If his family doesn’t want it known that is anti tribalism, the same time claiming to be racially concerned. Whether so or not, the instance of the writer wanting to inform of someone dying who was presumed to be good I recognize is a paradigm of sorts but again to not disclose or for supposed family to not simple note means of death is to –withhold information that is not relevant to them, but is relevant to the rest of us living, as set forth in my first post.

    Please consider the last point, could they be pressured for saying he had vaccines and it was some sort of clot situation, maybe, however, he is not so well known it makes any difference, and more important is that for every person that ducks out of sharing, the death void being made by the cons to consume us and every living thing, is fed by closing off instead of simple natural sharing so we are informed to have more power. Again, how someone dies is Everyone’s business, whether the family likes it or not, for reasons in this and my first post.

    That doesn’t mean to include detail, only basic inform which is everyone’s business who lives in a territory. Because people are down trained away from what matters is irrelevant. It’s equivalent to hyprocrite religionists who go to ‘church’ the same time murdering and oppressing people worldwide. We live in a psycho frame made by psychos. Time to change the frame, or soon we will not be able. Last, people have to snap out of sitting and make effort on what we already know, so everyone can be more open about things that matter such as how people die in our territory. My first post has more basis. There is no valid argument against the fact that it is everyone’s business. Using privacy claim is false and selfish argument.

    No one should take what I’m saying personally. Just think about it.

  100. Cris M. says:

    The argument is a claim of privacy isn’t valid to the larger point. It’s about natural law. We’re dying faster all of us and the earth is being put down because we do not connect where it matters and stop the incursions. If his family doesn’t want it known that is anti tribalism, the same time claiming to be racially concerned. Whether so or not, the instance of the writer wanting to inform of someone dying who was presumed to be good I recognize is a paradigm of sorts but again to not disclose or for supposed family to not simple note means of death is to –withhold information that is not relevant to them, but is relevant to the rest of us living, as set forth in my first post.

    Please consider the last point, could they be pressured for saying he had vaccines maybe, but it doesn’t have to go that far. It could be said he had a heart issue or what have you. Or if he was attacked, or fell off a cliff, it would simply let people put in a category, to either sort further or not. Maybe it was genetic, or food poisoning, or something else, point is to disclose nothing the same time talk about his dying isn’t social or tribal. Again, how someone dies is Everyone’s business, whether the family likes it or not, for reasons in this and my first post.

    That doesn’t mean to include detail, only basic inform which is everyone’s business who lives in a territory. Because people are down trained away from what matters is irrelevant. It’s equivalent to hypocrite religionists who go to ‘church’ the same time murdering and oppressing people worldwide. We live in a psycho frame made by psychos. Time to change the frame, or soon we will not be able. Last, people have to snap out of sitting and make effort on what we already know, so everyone can be more open about things that matter such as how people die in our territory. My first post has more basis. There is no valid argument against the fact that it is everyone’s business. Using privacy claim is false and selfish argument.

    No one should take what I’m saying personally. Just think about it.

  101. Realist says:
    @Realist

    Should read…you wouldn’t be on this blog.

  102. usNthem says:
    @neutral

    Now they’re referring to it as SADS – sudden adult death syndrome. Curiously, I can’t ever remember that acronym being used for various types of “unexplained”deaths before – ever. Gee, I wonder what thing was foisted upon the human population that never happened before in the history of humanity? What could it possibly be?

    • Replies: @Towey
  103. @neutral

    he took the vaccine out of panic

    Autrement dit (if true): he failed a #OneQuestionIQTest.

    If he was a mudblood who died of ‘suddenly’, from my perspective ‘sympathy’ is to be found only in a dictionary – it’ll be in there somewhere between “shit” and “syphilis“.

  104. J1234 says:

    I’m sorry for the loss of your colleague, Mr. Taylor. Many condolences to all of Mr. Rojas’ friends, as well as his family, loved ones, and coworkers.

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin
  105. How many covid shots had he taken?

  106. @ricpic

    …a biography of Stephen Crane, by Paul Auster.

    The lesser Auster. “Chris” and I discussed cousin Lawrence at our lunch mentioned above. I was surprised he’d know so much, given that he was just out of high school. The kid made connections early in life.

  107. Angharad says:
    @Realist

    You are projecting your evil onto me, and to the other Human commentors. What’s the matter? Can’t find a chicken to slaughter by swinging it around your head?

    • Replies: @Realist
  108. @RVBlake

    Thanks! Do you know the title?

    • Replies: @RVBlake
  109. Towey says:
    @usNthem

    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome used for children who unexpectedly die in their sleep was introduced to account for the deaths of children after vaccines.
    I read an article that stated that during the first lockdown in New York state the mortality rate for infants decreased by 30% and not one case of SIDS was recorded because parents were no longer taking their children for ‘ Well Visits’.

  110. Mefobills says:
    @Irish Savant

    I can’t find the link. It was a Spanish insurance company. They wanted a law passed. If you took more than three clot shots, you committed suicide.

    If suicide, the company doesn’t have to do a payout.

    Actuarial tables are predicated on predictable patterns, so their business model is threatened.

  111. @Realist

    He’s not one of them according to their own law, and besides, he would definitely be classified as an “antisemite” himself. You’re not allowed to say they killed Kennedy.

    • Replies: @Realist
  112. Alfred says:

    How can the writer of this article not mention the vaccine status of this guy? The cause of death?

    Has it become normal for young people to just die?

    I can only speculate that it was a hidden myocarditis and that it had nothing to do with the “vaccines”

    What is Sads? Healthy young people dying from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome

  113. RVBlake says:
    @American Bulwark

    “To An Athlete Dying Young”

  114. @Bubba

    It’s a thing called “civilizing”

    “Civilizing” is ineffective when you’re surrounded by a black population. (Or even an Asian population. Asians have a different understanding of manners. Believe me, I’ve tried to date Asian women in the past. Their families HATE YOU, as a white man.)

    your man crush on Richard Spencer

    I’m ambivalent about Spencer. I’ve heard a lot of stimulating things from him. On the other hand, he seems to be an extreme narcissist. On the Amren issue, I think he’s mostly correct. (I still think Jared Taylor is 75% worthy of listening to.)

    • Replies: @Charles Martel France
  115. @Irish Savant

    Every year, a certain amount of young athletes die from heart problems (particularly in the cardio-intensive sport of soccer). There is no evidence that this death rate has increased in the last two years.

    One of the contributors to this site, Eric Striker, has written an article on this subject.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    , @Notsofast
  116. @xyzxy

    Don’t be silly. No one commits suicide or ODs on drugs because they are told to tuck in their shirt

    I didn’t mean to imply that Jared killed him. Only the Conservative culture of triviality.

    As far as Spencer? …No principles at all.

    Spencer has certainly “shifted” over the years but it’s unfair to accuse him of having “no principles.”. Over the years, he’s steadfastly maintained a commitment to the eugenic improvement of white people (and other peoples). His recent stance on abortion is a good example. He argues, correctly, that banning abortion will result in more blacks and other demographic groups with poor intelligence and developmental skills.

    (P.S. I am not a Richard Spencer “nut-swinger.” I have many issues with that man, but white people dismiss him at their own peril.)

  117. @Punch Brother Punch

    “Civilizing” is ineffective when you’re surrounded by a black population. (Or even an Asian population. Asians have a different understanding of manners. Believe me, I’ve tried to date Asian women in the past. Their families HATE YOU, as a white man.)

    ” Civilizing ” is ineffective when you’r surrounded by sex-obsessed people. Obsession with sex began in the West when young men afraid to go to Vietnam started acting strangely and practicing free sex and using drugs. That led to an attack on Christian family value and ushered in the decline of the Western Civilization.

    Don’t blame the poor enslaved ,lynched and brutalized ( by the police ) Blacks ( Americans of the first hour ) for your own ills. For God’s sake please don’t do all the pervert things like allowing KKK and White Supremacists to operate in the country and then blame the Jewish people and the Blacks for your problems. It is shameful and dishonest.

    With regard to Asian women, why did you try to date them ? With what kind of intention ? If their families disliked you there must be a reason behind it. Did you want to date them without any long term plan like marriage ? Use, abuse and run away is not the Asian way.

    I’m ambivalent about Spencer. I’ve heard a lot of stimulating things from him.

    He is an insignificant lightweight. On the Christian side we have a real intellectual heavyweight named Robert Bruce Spencer. I recommend that you read his books if you want to nourish youself intellectually.

  118. Barnard says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I didn’t know all his pseudonyms either, it seems like in this world there are a very small number of writers producing a lot of content. Hopefully they can find someone good to take his place. RIP.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  119. Nat X says:
    @anon

    Agree! Notice how a fellow incel, yes yes circle, instantly tried to deny you agency by claiming you must be white? If us dindoos so left of the bell curve how come we winning and yt losing. Their response; the tiny hat tribe helping us. What a loser pathetic race yt has become…

  120. @Punch Brother Punch

    Every year, a certain amount of young athletes die from heart problems (particularly in the cardio-intensive sport of soccer). There is no evidence that this death rate has increased in the last two years.
    One of the contributors to this site, Eric Striker, has written an article on this subject.

    I agree. and I want to add that a whopping three percent of professional athletes have to quit every year because of heart problems – since ages. Nobody seemed to care much – and the rate of those having heart problems in the body-trim/ muscle-scene is even higher…).

  121. Realist says:
    @Ray Caruso

    He’s not one of them according to their own law, and besides, he would definitely be classified as an “antisemite” himself. You’re not allowed to say they killed Kennedy.

    That’s a cop-out…he is one of them.

  122. Realist says:
    @Angharad

    You are projecting your evil onto me, and to the other Human commentors. What’s the matter? Can’t find a chicken to slaughter by swinging it around your head?

    As I said, there are some sick fucks on this blog and you are one of them

  123. Anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says:
    @American Bulwark

    A very fitting poem at the end. Who was the author of it?

    https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44415/a-shropshire-lad-19-the-time-you-won-your-town-the-race

    Google is your friend.

    Sometimes.

  124. fnn says:
    @Charles Martel France

    Don’t blame the poor enslaved ,lynched and brutalized ( by the police ) Blacks ( Americans of the first hour ) for your own ills. For God’s sake please don’t do all the pervert things like allowing KKK and White Supremacists to operate in the country and then blame the Jewish people and the Blacks for your problems.

    Wow, you know less than a dog about the United States-or the modern world in general.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Thanks: Bubba
  125. Notsofast says:
    @Punch Brother Punch

    according to a real-time news investigation there was a 500% increase in sudden cardiac and unexplained deaths among fifa players in 2021.

    • Agree: Towey
    • Replies: @Punch Brother Punch
  126. Martin, as I knew him, will be forever missed. He is a selfless doer that was taken too soon. His legacy will live on and his deeds will be remembered for generations to come.

    Hail Martin Christopher Rojas!!
    HAIL BROTHER!!

  127. @Thim

    Coward, you obviously did not know the man!

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  128. KenH says:
    @anonymous

    The western evilisation is the most soul-diseased the world has ever known. It deserves to burn to the ground.

    So if you live in America or anywhere in the West why don’t you leave and move to a failed third world state whose people want to migrate to the West?

    You are a white hating communist freak and historical ignoramus. Are you a spaghetti armed white leftist who craps his pants every time you’re confronted by the Proud Boys?

  129. anon[415] • Disclaimer says:

    Spencer was our last frontman. He never wanted to be but he was. Most don’t want the gig. Chris Roberts seemed like a great guy and did much good behind the scenes. What a waste, indeed.

  130. @Charles Martel France

    Obsession with sex began in the West when young men afraid to go to Vietnam started acting strangely

    So nobody in the West was obsessed with sex prior to the 1960s? Have you ever read Shakespeare? His works are filled with jealousy, double entendres, ribaldry, etc. (Not to mention Ovid, Chaucer, Byron and writers who were outright pornographic such as the Marquis de Sade, John Cleland, etc.). Ever read Mozart’s private letters?

    Sex is the vehicle through which we transmit our genes to subsequent generations. Of course human beings are obsessed with it. Always have been, always will be.

    And maybe young men weren’t “afraid” to go to Vietnam so much as they saw that the war was not in their interest.

    With regard to Asian women, why did you try to date them ?

    Because I’m a man and I seek out relationships with women. Asian women tend to be higher-IQ and more rewarding to talk to than many other women. (My other girlfriends have been white, except I once dated a mulatto. She was an insane cokehead.)

    On the Christian side we have a real intellectual heavyweight named Robert Bruce Spencer

    I read one of Robert Spencer’s books years ago:. “The Truth About Islam,” I believe.

    Sorry, when it comes to Christianity, I say, along with Voltaire: “Ecrasez L’Infame!”

  131. @Notsofast

    Happy to admit I’m wrong if you would provide a link.

    • Replies: @Notsofast
  132. Anon[387] • Disclaimer says:

    Jared, what is/was the tightest vax policy AmRen has had as an employer?

  133. @Dumbo

    Covid causes sore throat, fiver and tiredness.

    I agree – that’s what Covid most likely does. But –

    – 7000 people younger than 60 died of Covid last year in Germany. – This may account to somehting like 500 younger than 30, what is not much. But a lot more than – one – – . So: It is possibility.

    • Replies: @W
  134. W says:
    @Justvisiting

    Chris Roberts had a great sense of irony and rejected most conspiracy theories.

    I assume he rejected the “conspiracy theory” that the covid vaxx kills people.

    Going along with office narrative can come with a price.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  135. W says:
    @Dieter Kief

    You don’t know what they died of, I thought that made clear at unz. PCR test are not a dionostic tool.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  136. @W

    You don’t know what they died of, I thought that made clear at unz. PCR test are not a dionostic tool.

    If there would have been just the PCR test, we would not know. But there are symptoms too. Covid is a well defined illness. No way around that.

  137. Mauricio says:

    Te voy a extrañar, amigo; gracias por darme la bienvenida en Minnesota. Dios te bendiga, rezaré por tu salvación.

  138. @W

    I never heard Chris comment either way on vaxxes–if anyone knows his views please share–so we can end the speculation one way or the other.

    • Replies: @Punch Brother Punch
  139. @Justvisiting

    Does it really matter? Would it make him a bad person who deserved to die if he wasn’t anti-vax?

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
  140. @Charles Martel France

    He is an insignificant lightweight. On the Christian side we have a real intellectual heavyweight named Robert Bruce Spencer.

    I chatted with Robert after one of his talks. He expressed frustration with constantly being confused with Richard. Robert looks quite different. He’s of Eastern Mediterranean Christian descent, which gives him a clearer view of Islam.

  141. @Barnard

    I didn’t know all his pseudonyms either, it seems like in this world there are a very small number of writers producing a lot of content.

    One of Jared Taylor’s favorite words is scarcely, where most Americas would use hardly, and some barely. Whenever I saw this word in AR, it occurred to me that this might be Taylor under another name. And the name would give off an “uncanny valley” vibe, sort of like “Martin Christopher” or “Chris Roberts”.

    As Yogi might have said, it can’t be real. It’s too common.

  142. @Jess hilde

    He commented that “gays”, as he called them, are just fine, all natural, nothing wrong with all that same sex stuff, the sodomy and all of it is just fine…

    Still, extremely unlikely he dropped dead from being a queer.

    Coward, you obviously did not know the man!

    When we met, his sister was in a stable lesbian relationship. This can affect one’s views. We agreed to disagree.

    This was during Minnesota’s ultimately unsuccessful marriage amendment campaign. As long as they weren’t planning on sperm “donation”– which is cruelty to the child– I said it was no big deal. For the rest of us, anyway.

  143. @Punch Brother Punch

    I am not one of those who claims anyone “deserves to die”.

    I am one of those who likes facts a whole lot better than speculation–sick and tired of wild claims without evidence–on any side of any issue.

  144. @Bel Darrow

    At Counter Currents, the commenters were discounting a vax-related death because they are indeed quite rare.

    But having seen friends and acquaintances under 40 die suddenly an unfortunate number of times, there are only a few likely candidates for cause of death; a healthy 29 year old just dropping dead is very, very rare. And from what I’ve read, including Mr. Rojas’ own articles, it seems extremely unlikely that he succumbed to what is by far the leading cause in this cohort: drug OD.

    Excluded, that leaves, in roughly the following order, car or other accident, suicide, vax-related, foul play, and in the barely visible distance, sudden cardiac death from structural heart disease.

    The one that is of obvious interest to many here, which would be nice to definitively rule out, is homicide, especially given the doxing of Mr. Rojas that apparently occurred at the hands of Antifa.

    • Replies: @Bel Darrow
  145. @Meretricious

    You’re a moron.

    Besides Norwood 2 or so the dude is 6.5 maybe pushing 7 from that pic, using a 1.5 points/SD scale. That’s borderline Chadlite.

    And by and large, high-IQ creators don’t commit suicide. So I would discount it.

  146. @Negrolphin Pool

    Yes, I was wondering about foul play. If it was, Antifa should be held accountable as well.

    It crossed my mind about a car accident or some other similar accident, but I think we would’ve likely seen a news piece on it.

    One thing I was thinking of – a structural heart issue (like you had said) – or maybe something called SUDEP. This is when somebody dies as a result of their heart stopping (or possibly from other similar complications) from epilepsy.

    I have no idea if Chris was an epileptic. I had two friends die young from epilepsy complications. One I knew about – she was doing well with no seizures for years. She then had the big one at age 42. Avid hiker; so completely sad.

    Another friend, a guy (28) had a grand mal seizure – his 2 year old daughter found him on the floor. It was horrible for his family. He had been seizure free over a decade, apparently, but he had two small seizures just weeks before this.

    Just some food for thought…

  147. Anon[329] • Disclaimer says:

    Died of “suddenly” used to mean suicide, but let’s not talk about it. Nowadays dies of “suddenly” usually means it was the vax, but let’s not talk about it. Suicide is inconsistent with Jared’s description of Mr. Rojas’s last days, and Jared is not a man to lie directly. He may fail to say, and leave people to believe what he implied, but not lie directly.

    The most likely case is an older Boomerish YT was really scared of the Rona, and mandated or strongly pushed his employees who were at no serious risk of death from the disease itself to take an experimental genetic therapy hoping it would make him safer. That is the most likely scenario,and also explains why Jared’s praise of this young man is so effusive: guilt.

    Jared, tell me he was unvaxxed, or that AmRen put no pressure on its people, and I will apologize for thinking this.

  148. Anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    I think that Martin, a man of wry humour who absolutely despised conspiracy theories and believed them to be detrimental to his cause, would laugh to know that the tragic accident of his death would give rise to so many.

    RIP my friend. If some particle of your spirit remains curious about events on the Earth you leave behind, if some element of your immortal soul is unable to quit the morbid instinct to look down, may what you see bring you more laughter than further sorrow. You will never be forgotten.

  149. Anon[102] • Disclaimer says:
    @Irish Savant

    Er… young men are NOT dropping like flies from the vaccine. That is rubbish. The most likely thing is that he committed suicide.

  150. @Cris M.

    It is not a matter of purient interest to ask, but a natural and right thing, and shows right instinct and awareness in pursuit of further awareness.

    Not unambiguous.

    I am in the tribe of I would like to know but don’t really feel I have the right to ask. I’m pretty anarchistic/apolitical though. If I was activist I would be asking as politely as possible, “um so what was up with that?”

    If the fellow was as public as Justin Bieber for example then everybody has got a right to know. How many experimental MRNA treatments did the Bieber take before his recent affliction?

    • Replies: @loren
  151. loren says:
    @Emil Nikola Richard

    Died of “suddenly” used to mean suicide, but let’s not talk about it. Nowadays dies of “suddenly” usually means it was the vax, but let’s not talk about it.

    • Replies: @Punch Brother Punch
  152. @loren

    No. Stop listening to Vox Day and other conspiracy theorists.

    I assure you, other young white men have died young before COVID and the Vax

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