Dear Friends of Counter-Currents,
Jared Taylor’s American Renaissance Conferences are wonderful opportunities for education and networking. I always look forward to meeting old friends and making new ones at AmRen. The 2020 American Renaissance Conference was supposed to have happened this past weekend. I planned to be there and timed the launch of my new book White Identity Politics to coincide with it. Two weeks later, I was planning to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Counter-Currents going online with a big party in New York City.
But none of us anticipated the Globalvirus and the economic and political chaos that followed. AmRen was canceled. The anniversary party was canceled. And I have decided to postpone the release of White Identity Politics to the fall. I would like it to coincide with the Scandza Forum debate between Jared Taylor and E. Michel Jones, which also had to be postponed because of the pandemic. The new date has not yet been determined.
White Identity Politics is the sequel to my path-breaking book The White Nationalist Manifesto. Like the Manifesto, it is a slender volume, written in a highly accessible style in order to maximize its readership and impact.
White Identity Politics is not just an intellectual contribution to our cause, it is also an opportunity for you to contribute to my work through a number of patronage options. Please follow this link to learn more about White Identity Politics and place your pre-order today!
1. Our Webzine and Traffic
May was a very strong month in terms of traffic, with more than 240,000 unique visitors. But this is a significant drop from April. I noticed the change early in May. It is entirely due to Google manipulating its search engine algorithms to bury our results. When Counter-Currents rolls out our new website next month, rest assured that the Google search function will be gone. I hope all of our readers will stop using Google as well.
This latest tech malarkey comes on the heels of Counter-Currents being de-platformed yet again from a payment processor back in March. We remain without an easy way of taking credit card donations. This is a serious economic blow. There is information on how you can help below.
In May, we added 84 pieces to our webzine, including four podcasts. Our Top 20 articles and full stats are below.
2. Top 20 Pieces (with Number of Reads):
- Greg Johnson, “Irreconcilable Differences: The Case for Racial Divorce,” 15,364
- Nicholas Jeelvy, “It’s All So Tiresome,” 14,321
- Alex Graham, “The Shooting of Ahmaud Arbery,” 12,460
- Robert Hampton, “The Revolutionary Vanguard Trap,” 10,717
- John Wilkinson, “The Jogger Question,” 10,684
- Gregory Hood reviews Scarface, 10,048
- Richard Houck, “The War Against Whites In Advertising,” 9,905
- Robert Hampton, “Bugmen Vikings,” 8,892
- Derek Hawthorne, “The Birds,” Part 1, 8,641
- John Alexander, “The Coronavirus Didn’t End Globalism, it Ended the American Era,” 8,397
- Spencer Quinn, “Now Let Us Praise Great Jewish Violinists,” 8,372
- Robert Hampton, “In Defense of Karens,” 8,348
- Eumaios, “Objective Fictions and Subjective Realities,” 8,172
- Nicholas Jeelvy, “Hegel from the Ghetto,” 8,168
- Robert Hampton, “Tribal Denialism,” 8,164
- Peter Bredon, “He’s Our Bannon, Only Better,” 8,089
- Spencer Quinn, “Weaponizing Money,” 7,755
- Winston Bakewell, “So Far Beyond Karen,” 7,732
- Margot Metroland, “Sexual Predators and Autistic Monkeys: Mary Eberstadt’s Primal Screams,” 6,848
- Fullmoon Ancestry, “The Best Man’s Divorce Speech,” 6,516
There were two new authors in this month’s Top 20: John Alexander and Winston Bakewell. The rest are established writers. Robert Hampton had four articles. Nicholas Jeelvy and Spencer Quinn each had two. Greg Johnson, Alex Graham, John Wilkinson, Gregory Hood, Richard Houck, Derek Hawthorne, Eumaios, Peter Bredon, Winston Bakewell, Margot Metroland, and Fullmoon Ancestry each had one. Congratulations everyone, and thanks!
3. Our Top 20 Countries
Here are the top 20 countries from which we received visits:
- United States
- Great Britain
- Russian Federation
- New Zealand
4. Our Readership and Web Traffic
|Month||Unique Visitors||Number of Visits||Pages Viewed||“Hits”||Bandwidth|
|May 2020||240,847||630,090||2,395,549||3,057,915||no data|
|April 2020||312,946||817,481||3,145,460||3,864,825||no data|
|March 2020||336,062||850,160||3,545,171||4,463,345||no data|
|February 2020||154,910||369,961||1,546,198||1,943,994||41.20 GB|
|January 2020||165,079||406,132||1,535,057||1,882,644||44.07 GB|
|December 2019||195,449||436,664||1,584,032||1,964,350||45.35 GB|
|November 2019||240,512||475,338||1,944,000||2,628,669||56.51 GB|
|October 2019||183,783||390,594||1,733,638||2,431,193||50.97 GB|
|September 2019||234,278||439,839||1,667,120||2,371,312||50.37 GB|
|August 2019||186,296||381,383||1,529,633||2,579,106||47.23 GB|
|July 2019||165,768||359,816||1,615,100||2,587,657||50.62 GB|
|June 2019||136,186||295,792||1,463,565||1,771,348||43.07 GB|
|May 2019||120,632||278,801||1,396,970||1,543,953||45.42 GB|
|April 2019||125,695||288,101||1,423,928||1,557,779||44.59 GB|
|March 2019||131,856||299,343||1,678,351||1,837,439||47.87 GB|
|February 2019||120,920||267,964||1,492,016||1,637,121||45.99 GB|
|January 2019||124,678||291,537||1,573,037||1,714,955||44.91 GB|
|December 2018||142,828||296,136||1,647,162||1,804,673||46.74 GB|
|November 2018||139,255||289,998||1,568,158||1,708,499||44.97 GB|
|October 2018||142,051||302,916||1,683,473||1,828,443||48.32 GB|
|September 2018||149,035||298,321||1,541,361||1,692,787||44.29 GB|
|August 2018||156,580||318,127||1,605,425||1,760,728||49.59 GB|
|July 2018||151,710||287,323||1,495,087||1,541,056||43.60 GB|
|June 2018||150,307||280,625||1,420,234||1,371,897||38.62 GB|
|May 2018||151,739||287,032||3,990,878||4,140,772||38.36 GB|
|April 2018||150,833||286,365||1,535,115||1,676,785||37.94 GB|
|March 2018||169,686||327,589||2,589,786||2,733,787||54.08 GB|
|February 2018||145,761||268,300||1,370,626||1,511,087||32.71 GB|
|January 2018||150,378||297,511||1,575,368||1,715,849||37.82 GB|
|December 2017||152,616||279,822||1,611,341||1,721,470||36.28 GB|
|November 2017||206,887||369,476||1,447,593||1,558,599||34.12 GB|
|October 2017||185,568||357,742||1,305,421||2,674,026||84.44 GB|
|September 2017||167,887||316,974||1,174,706||5,018,519||59.75 GB|
|August 2017||197,961||402,333||1,571,545||5,147,275||72.50 GB|
|July 2017||143,298||291,003||962,966||4,321,260||54.73 GB|
|June 2017||146,466||314,232||991,487||4,496,358||56.48 GB|
|May 2017||144,005||316,576||975,281||4,304,712||56.36 GB|
|April 2017||146,149||314,996||1,141,489||4,307,589||63.78 GB|
|March 2017||187,296||372,483||1,247,545||4,226,147||67.70 GB|
|February 2017||176,470||349,663||1,203,798||4,112,379||63.50 GB|
|January 2017||168,633||354,483||1,274,174||4,538,574||70.39 GB|
|December 2016||166,356||343,155||1,237,884||4,459,628||70.60 GB|
|November 2016||149,973||327,184||1,211,464||4,578,555||54.19 GB|
|October 2016||143,274||334,172||1,384,218||4,686,132||49.46 GB|
|September 2016||135,699||329,894||1,523,606||4,773,361||60.16 GB|
|August 2016||140,362||316,443||1,505,438||4,334,119||71.48 GB|
|July 2016||122,622||343,826||1,756,815||4,071,905||58.92 GB|
|June 2016||123,901||351,467||1,664,032||4,237,552||57.88 GB|
|May 2016||134,345||360,069||1,663,686||4,578,071||59.79 GB|
|April 2016||121,779||327,150||1,514,605||4,525,313||59.50 GB|
|March 2016||119,288||343,090||1,586,158||4,385,429||55.58 GB|
|February 2016||121,361||342,891||1,269,478||3,865,233||52.09 GB|
|January 2016||112,680||312,399||1,279,265||3,808,315||56.32 GB|
|December 2015||118,438||327,974||1,270,504||3,756,303||59.09 GB|
|November 2015||130,264||341,885||1,212,556||3,825,700||62.43 GB|
|October 2015||118,247||320,680||1,226,301||3,599,419||62.65 GB|
|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||no data||no data||no data||no data||no data|
|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|
5. How You Can Help Counter-Currents
Counter-Currents, like most promoters of dissident ideas, depends upon the generosity of our donors. In 2019, around 500 donors made it possible for nearly two million unique visitors to find their way to Counter-Currents. If you want to join the people who make Counter-Currents possible — or renew your support — there are several ways you can help out.
In 2019, Counter-Currents was de-platformed from five credit card processors. We applied to a couple of other processors but were turned down. In the process of applying, we discovered that Counter-Currents has been put on the so-called MATCH list, a credit card industry blacklist reserved for vendors with high rates of chargebacks and fraudulent transactions. This is completely inapplicable to Counter-Currents. Thus our placement on this list is simply a lie — a financially damaging lie — that is obviously political in motivation.
In March of 2020 we again lost a credit card processor. We are looking for new ones and will keep you informed.
Currently the only way you can donate via credit card is through Entropy. Just go to our Entropy page and select “send paid chat.” Entropy allows you to donate any amount from $3 and up. If you include a comment or question, it will be read and discussed in the next episode of Counter-Currents Radio, which airs every Friday.
If your bank does free money transfers to other banks in the US, please contact me at [email protected].
Gift cards are a useful way to make donations. Gift cards are available with all the major credit cards as well as from major retailers. You can either send gift cards as donations (either electronically or through the mail) or you can use them to make donations. Simply buy a prepaid credit card and click here to use it. If you can find a place that sells gift cards for cash, they are as anonymous as sending cash and much safer.
Checks and Money Orders
Sometimes the old ways are best. The least “de-platformable” way to send donations to Counter-Currents is to put a check or money order in the mail. Simply print and complete the Word or PDF donation form and mail it to:
Counter-Currents Publishing, Ltd.
P.O. Box 22638
San Francisco, CA 94122
Thank you, Boomers, for keeping your checkbooks, envelopes, and stamps. There are youngsters reading this site who have never written a check or put a letter in the mail.
Bill Payment Services
If you wish to make monthly donations by mail, see if your bank has a bill payment service. Then all you need to do is set up a monthly check to be dispatched by mail to our PO box. This check can be made out to Counter-Currents or to Greg Johnson. After the initial bother of setting it up, you never have to think about it again.
In addition to old-fashioned paper donations, those new-fangled crypto-currencies are a good way to circumvent censorious credit card corporations.
- Click here to go to our crypto donation page.
- Click here for a basic primer on how to get started using crypto. Do not, however, use COINBASE. COINBASE will not allow you to send money to Counter-Currents. (Yes, it is that bad.)
The Counter-Currents Foundation
Note: Donations to Counter-Currents Publishing are not tax deductible. We do, however, have a 501c3 tax-exempt educational corporation called The Counter-Currents Foundation. If you want to make a tax-deductible gift, please email me at [email protected]. You can send donations by mail to:
The Counter-Currents Foundation
P.O. Box 22638
San Francisco, CA 94122
Remember Us in Your Will
Finally, we would like to broach a very delicate topic: your will. If you are planning your estate, please think about how you can continue helping the cause even after you are gone. The essay “Majority Estate Planning” contains many helpful suggestions.
Remember: those who fight for the Golden Age live in it today.
Thank you again for your loyal readership and generous support.
Counter-Currents Publishing, Ltd.
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