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Cancelling the Grand Old Party (GOP) was the mission of last week’s “Hard Truth” podcast, undertaken by your columnist, her partner, David Vance, and guest Jack Kerwick (introduced here). And on good grounds. The Republican Party has never stood up for you, will never stand up for you and is not going to do what... Read More
In his June 20, 2020 J'accuse, Tucker Carlson, for all practical purposes, cancelled the Republican Party: “Property was looted,” he roared, “people were beaten and killed and Republicans joined the side doing the looting, beating and killing. President of the Heritage Foundation and think tanks on the right betrayed law enforcement and ordinary Americans, calling... Read More
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National Review published a statement about “America’s Crisis of Self-Doubt.” The magazine says the signers are speaking for only for themselves, but movement conservatism’s flagship magazine published it. The statement grandly declares that the signers are “devotees of America,” but fails to say what America is and who built it. It’s an uncertain trumpet rather... Read More
Now, after what may have been a racially-motivated mass shooting in Buffalo (May 14) by a deranged young man, new insistent calls go out for the government to fight “white nationalism” and “right wing domestic terrorism.” Attorney General Merrick Garland has already signaled more than once that this is the nation’s major challenge—not the illegal... Read More
I think everyone knew that JD Vance had enough support that he was going to win the Senate seat. The Trump endorsement was a big deal allegedly, but he seemed poised to win regardless. There was another guy running, a Jew. The Jew had better positions overall, but was Jewish. The Guardian: What could be... Read More
The word-weapon of “racism” in action during “mostly peaceful” BLM protests
Leftist Power-Lust and the Rhetoric of Racism
If you’re interested in war, here’s a question for you. What’s the world’s most powerful weapon? You might come up with some good guesses, but I suspect you’ll miss the right answer. So here are some clues. The weapon can wreck entire nations, not just individual cities. But it’s not a mega-bomb or a death-ray.... Read More
I try to not be finicky about political labels. I’m comfortable with many of them. Race realist, white advocate, white nationalist, identitarian, and racialist are all decent descriptions of what I am. But there are two I am sometimes saddled with that I reject entirely. The first is “paleoconservative.” While I have profited enormously from... Read More
Increasingly I despair of this country. The more I read and see, the more I am confirmed in my view that the "American Empire" is reaching a final phase and that our "shelf life" is expiring, just as all other great empires—Roman, Ottoman, British—have expired. I keep coming back to William Butler Yeats' lines (written... Read More
The war in Ukraine is a great inspiration for the center right. Douglas Murray says it has given the West its purpose back, and that Poland has become a “humanitarian superpower.” Francis Fukuyama, author of The End of History and the Last Man, says this could mean a “new birth of freedom.” American conservatives, always... Read More
Earlier by Peter Brimelow: “East is East And West is West”: What The Hazony/Brog Heresy Hunt Says About July’s “National Conservative Conference” Israeli Yoram Hazony’s latest National Conservativism Conference a.k.a. the “Gatekeepers Ball” was held in Brussels last week amid the ongoing war in Ukraine. Hazony and his speakers delivered a clear message about what... Read More
The Goy Grovel: Sajid Javid, Priti Patel and Boris Johnson betraying Whites and serving Jews
How the Mainstream Right Serves Jews and Betrays Whites
“Low-hanging fruit!” cry deluded right-wingers all over the West. “Why doesn’t my favored party on the mainstream right pluck that fruit and defeat the left?” Well, they’ve been crying that for decades and will still be crying it when the left pack them off to a slave-labor camp or an organic gas-chamber. Some of those... Read More
The GOP is putting up a surprisingly stiff fight over the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, but that won’t save us from absurdities to come. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced he would vote against her, but she’ll still be confirmed by the Democrat majority. President Biden nominated her so she could... Read More
Earlier, by Michelle Malkin: America First vs America LAST GOP Last weekend’s AFPAC III was an enormous success. Some 1200 people attended Nick Fuentes’ nationalist alternative to CPAC. Multiple elected officials participated and, although Regime Media journalists were banned because they would have leaked the secret location to Antifa, it drew a large amount of... Read More
CPAC is the great annual festival of useless conservatism, and 2022 was like the rest. There were countless declarations of love for America and assertions that it is the greatest nation on earth — not just now but in all of history. And yet in the very next breath come terrifying warnings that America has... Read More
President Donald Trump spoke where he said “it all started,” alongside the “great patriots of CPAC.” Donald Trump’s annual CPAC talks — no doubt allowed by organizers because of The Donald’s celebrity status — built his credibility in the years before his campaign. The last time he didn’t speak at CPAC was in 2016, when... Read More
As the eponymous title of our podcast promises, my partner David Vance and I dish out the “Hard Truth” about the emergency situation unraveling—or, is it wrapping up?—in Canada. Although our side won the first round—Canadian dicktator Justine Trudeau having suddenly caved and revoked the unconstitutional emergency powers seized for no good reason shortly after... Read More
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In 1950, while being driven from contested Korean territory by the overwhelming force of the invading Chinese, the U.S. Army’s Major General Oliver Prince Smith Jr. told a journalist from Time magazine “We are not retreating. We are advancing in a different direction.” Depending on your perspective, the quote, which has since become almost universally... Read More
As is my custom, each year for the Federal holiday celebrating Martin Luther King (whose birth date in January 15), I send out a cautionary essay I first began researching back in 2018. What I was attempting to do was urgently remind readers, specifically so-called “conservatives,” that King and his holiday are emblematic of the... Read More
Historically, the opposition party wins the midterm elections. President Joe Biden has low approval ratings and would probably lose to Donald Trump if a rematch were held today. Americans are suffering from inflation, crime, and empty shelves at food stores. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) has sunk President Biden’s “Build Back Better” legislation. The Commander-in-Chief’s attempt... Read More
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In all the hysteria over the latest strain of the Coronavirus virus, the frenzied ideological (and essentially authoritarian and anti-constitutional) activities of the House January 6 “Investigatory” Committee, and the frenetic lead up to this recent Christmas, one significant anniversary was missed, or rather ignored, by our media, including the so-called “conservative” media: the birth... Read More
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The White Renegade of the Year is the man who could have done the most good for his people, but instead did the most harm. This year’s renegade isn’t a single man but an entire industry. If one were to identify the “Democrat Renegade of the Year,” the answer would be simple — Senator Joe... Read More
The GOP/GAP seems set to retake Congress (although that doesn’t mean it won’t seize defeat from the jaws of victory [Republicans Can Flip Congress in 2022-but GOP Stands in its Own Way, by Jacob Jarvis, Newsweek, November 18, 2021]). But even if the GOP does take the majority, it’s not impossible that it would work... Read More
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The judicial lynching of white police officer Kim Potter, in contrast to the complete failure to charge the black cop who killed Ashli Babbitt, is just the latest evidence: for over 60 years, the Historic American Nation has been in a one-sided civil war. Now the U.S. is showing unmistakable signs of morphing into an... Read More
I sort of felt bad for Richard Spencer after reading this. In my view, Richard has his flaws and regrets, but they are to a larger extent shared by the wider milieu in which he was immersed. He wasn’t alone in the mistakes he made. Counter-Currents: “Ask not what you can do for the movement,... Read More
For Republicans it is impossible to mention white suffering without dragging in the "black experience."
For the longest time, the American People—an inchoate concept that sadly no longer means much—have endured great wrongs. Examples of these wrongs are en masse legal and illegal immigration, open-borders, the kind of multilateral trade deals that immiserate, impoverish, and hollow out communities once staid and settled. And now, vaccine mandates: Take the State’s hemlock... Read More
Overwhelmed by the procrustean atmosphere of the contemporary university, self-styled contrarians led by Bari Weiss have decided to launch a new university in Texas called the University of Austin. The decision is widely heralded as an antidote to the virulent conformity engendered by major universities. As the mobbing of Kathleen Stock, Dorian Abbott, and Charles... Read More
There is zero possibility for the Jewnited Snakes to compete with China. It is simply not a serious proposition. The Snakes have attacked the natural population of America, called them evil, vaxed them, and then replaced most of us with moronic brown people. The Snakes have also turned our sons gay, and pimped out our... Read More
Kyle Rittenhouse now stands as a folk hero to many Americans, particularly conservatives. Any person with a functioning brain is astounded by how much of a farce the whole case is. The prosecution is essentially arguing that you have no right to defend yourself against a violent mob and you must allow them to beat... Read More
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Organized and paid for by Israel
One sometimes wonders how roughly two per cent of the US population acting on behalf of a foreign country that is regarded by most as a pariah apartheid state has managed to gain significant influence over both political parties and most of the instruments of government. The answer is actually quite simple and was enunciated... Read More
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Everyone complains about the Left, but no one does anything about it. Or so it would seem. Part of the problem, I suspect, is that many in the public have mistaken notions about what “the Left” is and how it operates, and thus they more or less mindlessly support it, or oppose it, as the... Read More
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From October 31st to November 2nd, the mother of all right-wing intellectual conferences is scheduled to be hosted in Orlando, Florida. The event, titled the National Conservatism Conference, will include keynote speeches from three Republican 2024 presidential contenders (Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Josh Hawley), a prominent billionaire (Peter Thiel), and a 2022 Senatorial favorite... 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
Mark Levin’s new best-seller American Marxism contains some essential truths but leads to a dead end [Mark Levin’s ‘American Marxism’ Sells 1 Million Copies In First 10 Weeks, by Alana Mastrangelo, Breitbart, September 23, 2021]. Levin wants to save “our institutions” but misses that those institutions are already on the other side (witness their overwhelming... Read More
There is hype of a political realignment with a new populist GOP in contrast to an oligarchic democratic party. Trump initially made inroads with formerly democrat-voting working class voters while Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden appealed to wealthier swing voters, but the characterization of a total realignment on class is overly simplistic. The problem with... Read More
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If you’ve ever wanted to deliver massive doses of red pills to your friends, David Duke’s My Awakening[1] can be considered an entire bottle of them. The first edition, which is reviewed herein, has aged pretty well. Much has happened since then, of course — and little for the better. However, the basics are still... 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
Beijing Biden has been forced to admit Donald Trump was right: we need more refugees from Afghanistan! The libs take another L and get owned yet again. Check out this triggered snowflake Psaki finally having to admit what conservatives have been saying from the start: we made a pact to the people of Afghanistan to... Read More
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No discussion of Southern conservatism, its history and its relationship to what is termed broadly the “American conservative movement” would be complete without an examination of events that have transpired over the past fifty or so years and the pivotal role of the powerful intellectual current known as neoconservatism. From the 1950s into the 1980s... Read More
It’s the best of times and the worst of times for the American Right. President Biden’s approval rating is the worst it has ever been and the Republicans stand a good chance of recapturing Congress in the midterms [Biden’s approval ratings have plummeted, and that could spell trouble for Democrats in Congress, by Christina Wilkie,... Read More
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Our topic today is “Is race an important topic or a fiction?” And so, I'd like to begin our discussion of the concept of race with a reminder that historically race referred to ethnicity as well as physical characteristics. But before I do that I'd like to explain the difference between categories of the mind... Read More
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There is a growing debate in the USA about Critical Race Theory (CRT). Peculiarly enough, CRT’s opponents insist that the ‘Marxist’ discourse must be uprooted from American culture and the education system. I am puzzled by it, as I cannot think of anything more removed from Marx’s thinking than CRT. Marx offered an economic analysis... Read More
There has been much joy in liberaldom over the recent findings that for the first time in American history the number of Whites declined, and that Whites now make up only 57.8%. of the U.S. population A good example is Jennifer Rubin, a neocon Israel-firster who decamped from the GOP in 2016 with the rise... Read More
Congressman Jim Jordan has dispatched a letter demanding answers from FBI Director Christopher Wray after Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents revealed that the Bureau targeted a conservative women's non-profit in 2016. Wray was given until August 24th to respond. The group in question, Conservative Women for America (CWA) is a non-profit started in 1978... Read More
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
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They're prominent guests on Fox, they lead "grassroots" rallies, they write columns at The Blaze, they are keynote speakers at CPAC, a few were even used to blackmail perceived enemies of Israeli interests -- and they all got their start as actors and models at the same Israeli-owned talent agency. These up and coming conservative... Read More
See also: Controlled Opposition Watch: NATIONAL REVIEW Still Trying To Take Down General Lee An authentic National Conservative Right has been breaking through one barrier after another over the last few years. First it was the Alt Right, then it was the Dissident Right, then it was America First, and tomorrow the leading brand will... Read More
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Also by Sam Dickson: Sam Dickson’s Statement To Charlottesville Inquiry: “The Police Were Acting Under Orders. WHO GAVE THOSE ORDERS?” Sam Dickson, Kevin MacDonald and Jared Taylor remembered William Regnery on the Political Cesspool with James Edwards on July 17, 2021. Click here to listen in Hour 3. William “Bill” Regnery II died after a... Read More
What are our conservative “kids” thinking? I went in search of one such elusive creature and found Rob Shimshock, DC-based editor. In May, he published his first book, “Nightmare Crescendo: Breaking the Chokehold of Woke Capital.” In the dialogue below, Rob patiently explains the idiom in which he expresses his ideas, political and social. Amazon... Read More
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The states of the old Confederacy, of the old South, have been for four decades strongholds of GOP politics. Since the 1970s those states have been, with few exceptions (e.g., Virginia), reliably Republican. The GOP depends on Southern voters for national victory. While Republicans tout the forward-looking “conservatism” of Southern senators like Tim Scott of... Read More
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Earlier, by Steve Sailer: David French: If Anti-CRT Laws Pass, The Current Robust Debate Over Race In The Schools Will Be Shut Down There comes a point, and I think we’ve reached it, where we can no longer assume certain Establishment cuckservatives’ supposed “principled” support for Progressive causes is argued in good faith. David French... Read More
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The Old Right makes new alliances
Limbaugh and company certainly entertain. But a steady diet of ideological comfort food is no substitute for hearty...