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Counter-Currents/North American New Right Newsletter: September 2015

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Dear Friends of Counter-Currents,

September was our best month ever in terms of traffic. We had just under 125,000 unique visitors, an increase of  just under 20% over August’s figures. I want to welcome all of our new readers. Drop me a line, and let me know how you came here and what we are doing right. Let us hope that this growth can be sustained. 

1. Our Readership and Web Traffic

Month Unique Visitors Number of Visits Pages Viewed “Hits” Bandwidth
September 2015 124,342 325,517 1,266,197 3,653,818 65.50 GB
August 2015 103,769 264,613 1,082,267 2,992,773 52.13 GB
July 2015 103,188 281,469 1,263,504 3,307,479 55.38 GB
June 2015 119,264 288,620 1,289,808 3,439,675 57.42 GB
May 2015
April 2015 79,251 144,783 666,989 1,576,493 14.12 GB
March 2015 86,251 173,236 749,068 1,545,146 14.21 GB
February 2015 76,322 148,894 526,666 1,208,728 10.92 GB
January 2015 86,263 171,544 612,211 1,348,105 13.35 GB
December 2014 78,658 152,838 538,903 896,560 9.73 GB
November 2014 86,254 172,786 678,026 741,633 7.93 GB
October 2014 85,852 174,240 678,119 748,061 8.15 GB
September 2014 61,485 121,651 448,701 505,472 8.92 GB
August 2014 62,415 127,630 438,270 501,703 8.62 GB
July 2014 63,223 149,786 456,117 536,178 8.79 GB
June 2014 58,147 116,084 327,309 366,568 7.16 GB
May 2014 59,321 116,293 321,397 363,432 7.08 GB
April 2014 56,511 110,621 318,831 367,018 6.91 GB
March 2014 65,619 117,881 335,592 380,785 7.89 GB
February 2014 55,805 100,271 300,207 346,026 6.18 GB
January 2014 82,567 209,131 1,130,149 1,224,623 98.64 GB
July 2013 82,106 200,961 1,619,899 1,813,531 124.29 GB
June 2013 80,409 197,258 1,730,633 1,884,016 103.77 GB
May 2013 95,667 221,260 1,758,299 1,897,099 103.67 GB
April 2013 81,328 192,910 1,528,169 1,634,540 91.16 GB
March 2013 83,303 189,545 1,477,001 1,778,006 94.98 GB
February 2013 81,999 185,688 1,396,374 1,498,502 75.33 GB
January 2013 100,054 208,004 900,577 1,012,979 40.81 GB
December 2012 109,265 224,793 926,117 1,143,248 37.53 GB
November 2012 107,956 199,912 584,115 755,419 29.95 GB
October 2012 81,739 157,152 410,096 416,362 16.36 GB
September 2012 66,719 132,503 455,938 493,856 17.73 GB
August 2012 41,616 96,314 305,729 329,353 12.23 GB
July 2012 52,304 108,340 367,589 373,470 12.52 GB
June 2012 55,112 110,246 400,141 404,162 13.66 GB
May 2012 56,323 111,533 400,243 404,483 15.70 GB
April 2012 56,772 110,029 421,446 428,678 16.08 GB
March 2012 55,572 106,029 441,170 475,719 16.36 GB
February 2012 53,345 99,607 376,288 411,915 14.43 GB
January 2012 56,633 107,644 408,373 433,736 21.38 GB
December 2011 49,845 97,223 337,881 344,210 13.65 GB
November 2011 44,445 88,824 330,664 339,521 14.22 GB
October 2011 45,590 90,444 337,137 468,197 17.78 GB
September 2011 45,427 88,782 422,902 481,909 11.67 GB
August 2011 40,002 81,012 502,282 2,083,593 53.18 GB
July 2011 30,186 66,093 416,309 1,952,047 71.23 GB
June 2011 28,629 57,920 264,928 1,004,128 22.78 GB
May 2011 36,596 78,103 274,841 1,334,472 47.59 GB
April 2011 20,091 58,037 223,291 2,729,449 54.65 GB
March 2011 29,768 62,077 220,053 2,485,001 52.21 GB
February 2011 29,737 61,519 213,121 2,081,558 40.13 GB
January 2011 28,583 60,005 198,249 1,736,067 34.06 GB
December 2010 26,161 50,975 192,905 1,101,829 27.79 GB
November 2010 26,054 48,336 171,833 915,553 26.39 GB
October 2010 17,848 35,921 140,365 611,367 17.93 GB
September 2010 17,063 34,510 147,051 580,550 16.39 GB
August 2010 12,174 22,348 93,379 333,614 10.17 GB
July 2010 9,387 17,329 119,254 348,172 10.01 GB
June 2010 6,145 10,328 70,732 200,824 6.08 GB

 

2. Our Webzine

In September, we added 80 pieces and more than 500 comments to our webzine.

3. September’s Top 20 Pieces (with Number of Reads)

  1. Julien Rochedy, “To the Little German Girl Raped by a Migrant,” 11,513
  2. Greg Johnson, “White Genocide,” 11,064
  3. Greg Johnson, “White Civilization in the Dumpster,” 10,237
  4. Greg Johnson Interviews Vox Day9,089
  5. Greg Johnson, “Defeating the Left: Vox Day’s SJWs Always Lie,” 8,387
  6. Patrick Le Brun, “The Best Nationalist Pamphlet Ever: 26 Concrete Legal Measures for Remigration,” 5,701
  7. Patrick Le Brun, “Fascism American Style,” 4,994
  8. John Morgan, “The Camp of the Migrants,” 4,950
  9. Ted Sallis, “After the Deluge,” 4,827
  10. Dominique Venner, “Hitler’s Failure,” 4,806
  11. Greg Johnson, “Quotes Advocating White Genocide,” 4,724
  12. Patrick Le Brun, “Les Brigandes: French Nationalist Pop,” 4,703
  13. Guillaume Faye, “The Migratory Invasion, Part 1: A Terrifying Diagnosis,” 4,682
  14. Ann Sterzinger, “Is God the New Yoda? Vox Day, Castalia House, and the Fight Against Political Correctness,” 4,666
  15. Leo Yankevich, “Do Not Shed Tears for the Drowned Boys,” 4,539
  16. Patrick Le Brun, “When Socialists and Cucks  Fear Us, Borders are Closed,” 3,937
  17. Jack Donovan, “The American Flag is Not a Phallic Symbol,” 3,867
  18. J. F. C. Fuller, “Why Hitler Lost,” 3,603
  19. Ann Sterzinger, “Why are Social Justice Warriors’ Complaints So Bizarre?” 3,530
  20. Guillaume Durocher, “The Parable of the One-Legged Pants,” 3,465

In September, Greg Johnson had 5 top 20 pieces, counting his interview with Vox Day; Patrick Le Brun had 4 pieces; Ann Sterzinger had 2; Julien Rochedy, John Morgan, Ted Sallis, Guillaume Faye, Leo Yankevich, Jack Donovan, J. F. C. Fuller, and Guillaume Durocher each had 1; in addition, 2 of the top 20 were translated by Guillaume Durocher, and 1 was translated by Greg Johnson. Interestingly, Greg Johnson’s “White Civilization in the Dumpster” and Ann Sterzinger’s “Why are Social Justice Warriors’ Complaints So Bizarre?” were in August’s top 20 as well. I want to thank all of our authors for making Counter-Currents great.

4. September’s Top Countries

  1. United States
  2. Great Britain
  3. Germany
  4. France
  5. Canada
  6. Sweden
  7. Australia
  8. Netherlands
  9. Belgium
  10. Ukraine
  11. Russian Federation
  12. Romania
  13. Finland
  14. Brazil
  15. Italy
  16. Norway
  17. Spain
  18. Hungary
  19. Greece
  20. Poland

Just for fun, September’s bottom 20 countries (bearing in mind that some countries might have even fewer readers, i.e., none)

  1. Lesotho
  2. French Polynesia
  3. Falkland Islands
  4. French Guyana
  5. Andorra
  6. Gambia
  7. San Marino
  8. Saint Vincent and Grenadines
  9. British Indian Ocean Territory
  10. Togo
  11. Central African Republic
  12. Bonaire, St. Eustatius, and Saba
  13. Mali
  14. Aruba
  15. Liberia
  16. Cape Verde
  17. Somalia
  18. Grenada
  19. Sierra Leone
  20. Democratic Republic of Congo

5. September’s Top Cities

  1. New York
  2. London
  3. Paris
  4. Stockholm
  5. San Francisco
  6. Berlin
  7. Toronto
  8. Seattle
  9. Chicago
  10. Kiev
  11. Washington, D.C.
  12. Los Angeles
  13. Helsinki
  14. Sydney
  15. Philadelphia
  16. Melbourne
  17. Moscow
  18. Amsterdam
  19. Bucharest
  20. Rome

Our top cities include 7 US cities (3 on the West Coast), 2 Canadian cities, 2 Australian cities, and 11 national capitals.

6. Our Book Publishing

In April, we published Collin Cleary’s What is a Rune? 

In June, we published Savitri Devi’s The Lightning and the Sun in paperback and Kindle and F. Roger Devlin’s Sexual Utopia in Power.

In August, we published James J. O’Meara’s End of an Era: Mad Men and the Ordeal of Civility.

In October, we will release Jef Costello’s novel Heidegger in Chicago and a new collection of Greg Johnson’s writings called Truth, Justice, and a Nice White Country.

Later this autumn, we will release North American New Right, vol. 2; Julius Evola’s East and West; and Jef Costello’s essay collection The Importance of James Bond.

In April, Logik Forlag in Sweden published a Swedish edition of Greg Johnson’s New Right vs. Old Right, which is also coming out in French, Spanish, and Polish translations. Collin Cleary’s Summoning the Gods will appear in French translation. Andy Nowicki’s Under the Nihil and Lost Violent Souls will appear in Portuguese.

7. Our Amazon Affiliate Membership

In March, under pressure from the SPLC, which was amplified in the pages of the Washington Post, Amazon.com dropped Counter-Currents from its Affiliate Marketing program, which earned us about $6,000/year — a substantial financial hit to a business as small as ours. The SPLC’s aim, of course, is to put us out of business. Fortunately, our readers have rallied to our aid.

8. Counter-Currents Events

  • On September 13th, James O’Meara gave a talk in New York City on his new book End of an Era: Mad Men and the Ordeal of Civility.
  • On September 26th, Greg Johnson gave a talk called “Toward the Tipping Point” in Stockholm.
  • In October, Greg Johnson will speak on “The Refutation of Libertarianism” in the U.K.

9. Six Easy Ways You Can Help Counter-Currents

  1. Like our Facebook page and recommend that your friends do as well: https://www.facebook.com/counter.currents.publishing.
  2. Review our books at Amazon.com.
  3. Link our articles and recommend them to your friends.
  4. Buy our books, which helps us break even.
  5. Donate, to keep us in the fight.
  6. Make a bequest in your will.

10. Our Mailing List

If you wish to join our mailing list for occasional sale announcements and fundraising appeals, fill out the form below:

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None of this would be possible without our writers, donors, proofreaders, and above all, you, our readers. Thank you!

Greg Johnson
Editor-in-Chief
Counter-Currents Publishing Ltd.
& North American New Right

 

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4 Comments

  1. fnn
    Posted October 1, 2015 at 8:11 am | Permalink

    I’m surprised you’re not blocked in Germany.

  2. Aleksandar Gueric
    Posted October 1, 2015 at 1:36 pm | Permalink

    I’m probably only one from Serbia but surprisingly, Serbia isn’t in the bottom 20 list. It’s probably because of all of my daily views.

    But seriously now, I’ve been following this site for couple of years and don’t even remember how I found it. I think it’s through Alternative Right/Richard Spencer podcast sometime back in 2012.

    But really, I’ve listened to so many podcasts that I feel like knowing Greg Johnson, Richard Spencer and others in person. Yeah, it sounds creepy probably. My social life suffered greatly in last few years and most of my free time is spent reading here. Even at work, when I have time, I read collection of CC articles gathered previously on my phone. This piece of virtual space is like a window out of hell that our world has become. After all the Plato, Evola, Guenon and others, I find it hard to even socialize or spend time among pedestrians.

    Oh well, not to sound too pathetic or cliche, I just want to thank Greg Johnson and all the other authors for doing a great work and hope you guys never stop. I feel organically attached to these community, although my role is that of a silent watcher and reader. Mostly because I have nothing smart to say or add.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted October 3, 2015 at 4:37 am | Permalink

      We have many readers from Serbia. Thanks for your kind words.

  3. Capercaillie
    Posted October 1, 2015 at 3:35 pm | Permalink

    With your permission, Greg, I’d like to invite all the readers to sign this petition in support of Hungary.

    It’s been a good month indeed for Counter-Currents. No doubt the latest events have something to do with it.

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