The Counter-Currents Newsletter, July 2020 What Are Trump’s Chances?Greg Johnson
Dear Friends of Counter-Currents,
People keep asking me for my predictions for the 2020 US Presidential elections. It is really impossible to say.
As the incumbent, Donald Trump, would normally enjoy the advantage, but incumbency has been nullified by two serious disadvantages:
- Trump’s margin of victory was narrow, and demographics is destiny. Thus there may simply not be enough sensible white people left to re-elect Trump.
- Trump ran as a populist but governed as a Republican. For the most part, he failed to keep his promises to the people who elected him. Instead of securing the votes of the white working class, he wasted the last four years on sickening displays of pandering to Jews, blacks, mestizos — really, anyone but whites.
Beyond that, in 2020, Trump has been beset by a convergence of catastrophes:
- The second deadliest pandemic in US history
- A devastating recession
- Widespread anti-white pogroms led by blacks and communists
- His own moral collapse, as well as the moral collapse of the Republican Party, in the face of this insurrection.
This election is the Democrats’ to lose. I have been saying that for years.
But they may just be stupid enough to lose it by running a ticket of the creepy, senile Joe Biden and any of the shortlist of crazed black women he is considering for VP.
In short, given the instability of America today, anything can happen in the next three months. The election could even be postponed or called off entirely. So I simply have no idea who will be the next President of the United States.
But I can say one thing with 100% certainty: no matter who is elected, the other half of the country will regard the results as illegitimate:
- Democrats, because they are spoiled, entitled, sore losers
- Republicans for very good reasons, namely a history of massive Democratic voter fraud, censorship (election meddling) by tech monopolies, and the Democrats’ open strategy of creating a one-party state by promoting race-replacement immigration. Non-white immigration is simply election tampering.
It is becoming increasingly clear that:
- The United States is a failed nation: too diverse to be governable.
- The United States is a failed state: its laws are openly defied on its own territory.
- The US is governed by a failed President, who has allowed lawlessness to run rampant for more than two months. The first BLM riot was the rioters’ fault. Every subsequent riot is Trump’s fault.
White Nationalists have been warning America about these problems for years. It all could have been avoided. Thus it gives me no pleasure to be so damned right, given the suffering ahead.
The good news, though, is that more of our people than ever before are now receptive to our message, and we need to increase both our activity and also our commitment and moral intensity if we are to reach them and change their minds. Thus it is important for you to support Counter-Currents, now more than ever, not just in spite of the hard times, but because of them.
1. Our Webzine and Traffic
July was a very strong month in terms of traffic, with more than 300,000 unique visitors. This is good news. In early May, I noticed that Google was manipulating its search engine algorithms to bury our results. However, when the riots began in the US, our traffic began to rise again. When people have questions that we can answer, eventually they find their way to us.
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 July, we added 90 pieces to our webzine, including four podcasts. Our Top 20 articles and full stats are below.
2. Top 20 Pieces (with Number of Reads):
- Spencer Quinn, “Welcome to Year One of the After Floyd Era,” 21,412
- Darwin’s Prophet, “The Brief Life and Spectacular Death of Propertarianism, 20,323
- Spencer Quinn, “We Need a White Underground Railroad,” 17,752
- Travis LeBlanc, “The Making of an American Trav,” 17,653
- Greg Johnson, “It’s Okay to Be White,” 17,324
- Nicholas Jeelvy, “Self-Deception,” 16,781
- Travis LeBlanc, “Life at the End of History: Against Nineties Nostalgia,” 16,612
- Quintilian, “Say His Name,” 15,417
- John Wilkinson, “A Long Time Coming,” 15,348
- Brad Easton, “The Truth About Systemic Racism in America,” 15,257
- Scott Weisswald, “Pop Music is a Satanic Mind Virus, Part 1,” 15,156
- Robert Hampton, “Are We Really Heading to a Civil War?” 15,101
- Richard Houck, “The War Against Whites in Advertising,” 14,872
- Giles Corey, “Awakening the Saxon,” 14,865
- Greg Johnson, “Notes on Schmitt’s Crisis and Ours,” 14,412
- Beau Albrecht, “Rhodesia Fights Back!” 14,065
- Greg Johnson, “My Conversation with Andrew Anglin,” 13,716
- Spencer Quinn, “Wallet Lives Matter,” 13,425
- Alex Graham, “Is Xenophilia a Mental Illness?” 13,140
- Robert Hampton, “Everyone Hates Woodrow Wilson,” 12,901
There were two new authors in this month’s Top 20: Darwin’s Prophet at #2 and Brad Easton at #10. Congratulations, and thanks! The rest are established writers. Spencer Quinn and Greg Johnson each had three articles. Travis LeBlanc and Robert Hampton each had two. Nicholas Jeelvy, Quintilian, John Wilkinson, Scott Weisswald, Richard Houck, Giles Corey, Beau Albrecht, and Alex Graham each had one.
3. Our Top 20 Countries
Here are the top 20 countries from which we received visits:
- United States
- Great Britain
- Russian Federation
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand
4. Our Readership and Web Traffic
|Month||Unique Visitors||Number of Visits||Pages Viewed||“Hits”||Bandwidth|
|July 2020||303,133||742,676||3,460,870||3,778,925||no data|
|June 2020||283,035||694,623||3,238,250||3,562,076||no data|
|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
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In addition to old-fashioned paper donations, those new-fangled crypto-currencies are a good way to circumvent censorious credit card corporations.
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The Counter-Currents Foundation
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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.
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