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The Counter-Currents 2018 Fundraiser
Down to the Wire

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Dear Friends of Counter-Currents,

Now that you’ve had a chance to unwind just a bit before the final onslaught of Holiday Cheer, here’s an update to our 2018 fundraiser. Since our last update, we have received 7 donations totaling $467, for which we are enormously grateful.

Our goal this year is to raise $70,000. So far, we have received 289 donations totaling $65,364.87. So we more than 93% of the way to our goal, with only $4,635.13 to raise in the next few days.

But there’s more good news. Another donor has come forward with a $5,000 matching grant. Like the last one, this is an all or nothing grant with a hard deadline: December 31. An all or nothing matching grant means that we have to raise the full $5,000 or the amount will not be matched. And we have to do it by the end of the year.

Thus far, we are $3,117 toward meeting that grant. Which means that we have $1,883 to raise before the end of the year, at which point our matching donor will put us over the finish line.

Like most dissident journals of ideas, Counter-Currents depends upon reader donations. If you want Counter-Currents to thrive, make a donation today.

If you want to send a non-tax deductible donation to Counter-Currents Publishing, you can make two different types of donations:

  • A single donation of any size.
  • A recurring donation of any size.

I want to make a special pitch today for recurring monthly donations. Recurring donations are particularly helpful, since they allow us better to predict and plan for the future. We still have not recovered from the loss of monthly donors after being deplatformed by PayPal in August of 2017, in the moral panic whipped up after Unite the Right in Charlottesville. Let’s rectify that right now. Please use the secure online form below.

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You may also send check, money order, or credit card payment by mail. Just print out our donation form in Word or PDF. Our address is:

PO Box 22638
San Francisco, CA 94122

Counter-Currents also takes a variety of crypto currencies:


Our Bitcoin address is: 1ChE5DZVVZJpv8mnJ3fRrtSDrTikBh7uFL


Our Etherium address is: 0x6cB1fd85326739bABf48B80B82a4E8470F98Db7C


Our Litecoin address is: LauRgjKWtSSQPkvsjQwzcRtd9DyVwioLfu


Our Monero address is: 45ijQwamhwMDkE4S1gQ2GS7VG5jp181bYC3rEw71aKdJfYjBhMiiLDYbTKLQY7LdfierEbfNJ9HNAYLj6h39i7paL4q29Bz

Also, as we first announced in October of 2015, you now have two possible destinations for your donations: Counter-Currents Publishing and the Counter-Currents Foundation. The Counter-Currents Foundation is a US 501c3 educational corporation. Donations to it are deductible from US federal income taxes. The purpose of the Counter-Currents Foundation is specifically to promote scholarship and translations connected to the European New Right and allied movements. If you wish to earmark a donation to the Counter-Currents Foundation, or to discuss a particular project you would like to support, please contact me in advance at [email protected].

Please give generously!

Remember: those who fight for the Golden Age live in it today. Thank you for your loyalty and support.

Greg Johnson

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  1. Benjamin
    Posted December 27, 2018 at 5:57 am | Permalink

    Daily reminder that you promised us Counter-Currents t-shirts sometime in 2019.

    Just ordered a “Survive The Jive” and “Millenniel Woes” shirt a few days ago to add to my growing collection of FAR RIGHT HATE MERCHENDISE.

    Can’t wait for Counter-Currents to have a place in that area of my closet

    • France is lost
      Posted December 27, 2018 at 11:56 am | Permalink

      Counter-Currents t-shirts?

      Helly Hansen dominated the market for winter cloths in the 90ths. Wool and oil advertised with “protection from the environment”. That slogan went Well with the american blacks, and Helly Hansen began selling t-shirts. But when people travel on skii vacation, the last thing They want to feel like is niggers. Helly Hansen lost the market.

      Be careful with a brand. Would not be fun to see some owerweight man in a dirty CC-t-shirt in a stupid rally.

      • Benjamin
        Posted December 28, 2018 at 5:47 am | Permalink

        Somehow, I don’t think that the types of Neo-Nazi skinheads who go to rallies with swastika flags and bad aesthetics are high IQ enough to read and digest the kinds of content that’s published on Counter-Currents.

        That said, it’s really eye opening the sizes of shirts that are sold today. I’m a “medium”, but started wearing exclusively “small” shirts during the summer for a tighter fit that shows off my V upper body shape and muscle.

        IMO, there’s no real reason for anything above a large or perhaps *maybe * an extra-large for the Hulk Hogans of the world, to wear— and even at that, what % of XL sized people are like that because they’re actually big boned or ultra ripped, as compared to the % who are just simply obese?

        IMO: aesthetics trump ideology every single time. Sloppy people give a movement a sloppy image.

        In the case of America, I almost feel like we need some elite corps of far-right homo-fascists to get all the straight White males in our scene to start presenting themselves properly— to, get their “fash[ion] on”

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