The Counter-Currents 2022 Fundraiser
Morris van de Camp
Your God, Your Family, & the Green Bay Packers
Some time ago I had dinner with one of Our Guys. He asked me if I followed the many memes that our movement generates. I replied that I do not. Furthermore, I admitted that I don’t always have time to read every article that is published. I am too busy focusing on attempting to create intelligent content of my own which speaks to the truth of our situation.
In focusing on this great task, I have taken considerable inspiration from the words of football coach Vincent Lombardi, who told his team that their focus should be on “Their God, their families, and the Green Bay Packers.” Now, I don’t follow the Packers or football at all. What is important here is that Lombardi built a framework for his team to follow to make them into a winning team. Lombardi encouraged his players to cut the triviality out of their lives and focus on great spiritual truths: providing for their families and being successful in their job of playing football. Each feeds the other. For example, reading the Bible can give one insight into better raising one’s family, and it also keeps one out of trouble — thus aiding work. Those on a winning football team might then be offered other opportunities that could bring in financial rewards to help their children get through college and so on.
By now, the whole world knows that American whites are under great social stress — conditions that amount to genocide. This was brought home to me when I took two trips this year. The first was to an old Wild West town on the Rockies’ Front Range. The town had all the cultural amenities one could ask, for plus a wonderful climate and a healthy white demographic. In the wealthy part of town — where successful mining and railroad barons had led to Victorian mansions being built during the area’s initial settlement — was a house whose yard was surrounded by razor wire. Prominently placed in that yard was a Black Lives Matter (BLM) sign with the hateful fist symbol.
It dawned on me that a BLM sign behind razor wire means something. It’s not that the sign would be vandalized by the locals, but rather that the sign’s owner was hostile to the community even before BLM got off the ground. Putting up such a sign in such a prominent place behind a military-grade obstacle is an act of tremendous animosity and aggression. The person who lived in that house was of the same race and culture as the people in the town, so his sign was an indictment of a spiteful person’s social empowerment — a collaborator in his own people’s genocide.
The other trip was when I took a train ride from a conference to a large city’s airport in the South. My traveling companion was a fellow from New York City whom I’d recently met. Most of the passengers on the train were sub-Saharans. One of them was an aggressive panhandler. He approached us and begged for a handout. My New Yorker stoically ignored him. I took my cues on how to react from him, as he was an experienced subway rider. Soon, the panhandler was at the back of the car and got in an argument with another passenger. The sub-Saharan voices got louder and louder, and curse words were exchanged. More sub-Saharans were drawn into the ugliness. I half-expected to catch a 9mm bullet from a wildly-fired pistol. Fortunately, the matter died, and we pulled into the station without incident.
It dawned on me that my New Yorker companion had to deal with this all the time. He could easily manage, though. He was tall, broad-shouldered, and well-dressed — not the type of person who gets mugged. Then it occurred to me: He lives in a place where the women and children whom he loved, and who were not tall and broad-shouldered, were under threat from this sort of behavior every time they got on the subway. It was certainly an example of why I write.
There was a time when this behavior was not tolerated. We once had segregated public transportation. After that ended, the police made the subways safe by arresting turnstile jumpers, practicing stop-and-frisk, and arresting beggars for loitering. But this was too simple. The police had naturally focused their attention on sub-Saharans. The usual suspects — the type of person who puts up a BLM sign behind a razor-wire fence — protested, so the police stopped their policies, and now every ride on public transportation is a bigger risk — and not just in New York, but everywhere.
We have a complex problem. This isn’t like when the Russians broke the Mongol Yoke by calling out the Boyars with their armed tenants to drive out foreign nomads. Our own people are collaborating. All Americans sit atop a vast commercial and economic enterprise whose toppling would lead to disaster. Many of our enemies are wealthy people of our own kind who are gripped by a religious mania that ultimately supports white genocide.
There are other issues as well:
- The sub-Saharan criminal class has supporters among their own people who are not criminal, who hold positions of power, and who are economically useful. (Those driving the train I was on were sub-Saharans, as were the baggage handlers at the airport.)
- America has a vast network of alliances. It is both a source of stability and great danger. How many allies are too many? Should we continue with NATO or not? What about our policy in Asia?
- There is a drug epidemic that is destroying white lives and communities. The people who are addicted can’t stop, and in some cases they might die if they were to quit cold turkey.
- How do we defeat the anti-white religious mania?
- How do we permanently secure the borders and roll back the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the Fourteenth Amendment’s birthright clause, and other anti-white laws?
- How do we reverse globalization’s negative effects without plunging off an economic cliff?
- How do we replace the globalists government agencies with people who are pro-white and believe in America First?
There are other problems as well, of course, and defeating these challenges requires every one of our few activists to focus on their God, their families, and the Green Bay Packers — or more accurately, working on being successful in their ordinary jobs as well as their vocation of saving our race.
Doing so takes time and money. Some people can contribute by writing, some by running for office, and some can organize a rally or work for a political campaign. But not everyone can do this sort of work. All, however, can donate. To put it frankly, we need money. This site has enough traffic that if all the visitors who visit it in a single day donated just $20, the fundraiser would be over in 24 hours and we’d be well on the way toward paying next year’s expenses.
Such a sum isn’t insignificant, and it might require cutting back on other things. It requires a focus on what is important verses what is trivial. That focus is what Vincent Lombardi was talking about. By doing so, Lombardi built a football dynasty. We aren’t seeking to win football games; we have a higher purpose. We are focused on making ordinary train rides safe for our families. We are focused on eliminating the religion of anti-white hate. Above all, we are focused on saving our race.
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The easiest way to send money to Counter-Currents is by e-check. It is as secure, fast, and convenient as a credit card. All you need is your checkbook.
E-checks don’t work outside the US, but we now have a new way to send recurring or one-time donations from outside the US for very low cost. For details, email [email protected].
2. Credit Cards
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.
Currently, there are only two ways we can take credit card donations:
- CashApp as $CounterCurrents! CashApp allows you to make an instant credit card donation without a high processing fee. Plus, it gives us an encouraging mobile alert when you donate! Boost the Counter-Currents staff morale instantly! Donate via CashApp!
- Entropy, a site that takes donations and comments for livestreams. Visit our Entropy page and select “send paid chat.” Entropy allows you to donate any amount from $3 and up. All comments will be read and discussed in the next episode of Counter-Currents Radio, which airs every weekend.
3. Bank Transfers
It is also possible to support Counter-Currents with bank transfers. Please contact us at [email protected].
4. Gift Cards
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 send gift cards as donations electronically, by-email, through the snail mail. If you can find a place that sells gift cards for cash, they are as anonymous as sending cash and much safer.
5. Cash, 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.
6. 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.)
8. 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
9. 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.
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