A Fundraising Appeal
Don’t Just Pray for Brussels, Build an Alternative Media
The blood of the victims of the Brussels attacks had not even dried — their bodies were not even cold — before the political establishment, the Left, and the media added insult to injury by telling us lies and trying to shift the blame: from the Muslim invaders and the fools who brought them here — to the people who would have kept them out of Europe in the first place.
But that’s what political correctness is: lying, specifically lying to commit injustice — concocting false excuses for the guilty and false guilt for the innocent, in order to create and perpetuate a multicultural pigsty in which the white race is slowly extinguished. That’s why I entitled my new book Truth, Justice, and a Nice White Country — because we are never going to get a nice white country to live in until we stand up for truth and justice.
But it is not enough merely to carry these in one’s heart. One needs to proclaim them to the world. Thus one needs the means — i.e., the media — to do so. Counter-Currents is just one node in an increasingly vast alternative media network that is getting out the truth about the migrant crisis, Islamic terrorism, and their connection to white dispossession and genocide. But, increasingly, Counter-Currents is a leader, a publisher and webzine of record in the struggle for white resurgence.
Since the beginning of the migrant crisis last year, our traffic has increased enormously. More of our people are listening than ever before. So we have to get our message to them. I have to get more articles, more podcasts, more videos, more translations, and more books out there. I need to travel more, network more, and bring more people together. But I can’t do it without your help.
2016 is off to a strong start, but we need your help to maintain momentum. Counter-Currents reached 1,244,485 unique visitors in 2015, but we had only 331 unique donors keeping the whole thing afloat. Yes, I know, the great thing about the internet is all the free content. But consuming free content means being a free rider on other people’s generosity. This year, one of my resolutions is to convert more free riders to donors and book buyers.
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