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The Worst Week Yet:
November 22-28, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Dancing for Dollars, 2020.

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If white Americans kissed black America’s ass any harder, black America’s steatopygian ass would have a visible hickey — possibly even bleeding welts.

And yet the harder that white Americans try to appease blacks, blacks act less and less appeased.

While campaigning for the presidency in 2008, Barack Obama made a point of mentioning that he was black and that some people wouldn’t like the fact that he’s black. Read more …

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A Totally Racist Thanksgiving

Phil Eiger Newmann, Red Lives Matter, 2020.

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I’m not much of a holiday-celebratin’ guy, but if I had to pick my favorite, it would probably be Thanksgiving, and merely for the basic gustatory pleasures it provides. I could eat turkey, stuffing, and sweet potatoes three times a day for the rest of my life and never tire of it.

But as with everything these days, there are legions of carcinogenically bitter social-justice scolds who have made it their fundamental project to squeeze the fun out of everything as if they wake up every morning hoping to choke a baby piglet to death. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 15-21, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Killjoy Was Here, 2020.

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The nights grow long and dark and cold. I’ve often suspected that Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year’s are merely three sedatives we administer ourselves to collectively brace for the gaping black icy void in the months that follow when the sun never seems to shine and the plants refuse to grow. Read more …

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The Uncanny Digital Valley

Phil Eiger Newmann, Login, Logout, 2020.

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Back in the year 2000 — before the advent of smartphones and the existence of social media in any significant sense beyond a humble smattering of BBS message boards — I and the other convicts at Oregon State Penitentiary caught wind of a new super-max prison they were building in the state’s remote eastern regions. Read more …

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Tom Metzger, American Radical
(April 9, 1938-November 4, 2020)

Phil Eiger Newmann, Tom Metzger, 2020.

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Terrible Tommy Metzger died the day after the election.

One night in the fall of 1989 I was a snot-nosed and cocksure wigger journalist who’d tooled the hundred miles or so south from my ratty apartment Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 1-7, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Stealin’ Away, 2020.

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Last I peeked in here, it seemed as if Trump had won the election.

Well, we all know how that turned out. Read more …

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A Trump Victory?
Don’t Blame White Guys

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In what might prove to be the most hilarious upset in electoral history, the “Nazi” candidate may have won a second term solely by increasing his support among every group except for white males — thus allowing all the “Nazis” the pleasure of blaming women and nonwhites even in victory!

Is this what they mean by a “win-win”? Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
October 25-31, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Biden for President, 2020.

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Election Day forecast: partly cloudy with widespread outbreaks of political violence.

As the weirdest presidential campaign in history hobbles to a close during this odd post-American era during which America still pretends it’s a country, polls show that Americans agree more on the fact that there will be post-election violence than they can agree on the election’s winner. Read more …

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City of Brotherly Death

Phil Eiger Newmann, Rob Mob, 2020.

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My mom once hit a black kid with her car in the area of West Philly where police shot and killed a knife-wielding, dreadlock-swinging, serial arrestee and prodigious impregnator of black baby mamas named Walter Wallace, Jr. last Monday afternoon.

Mind you, mom didn’t intentionally hit the black kid with her car, although I wouldn’t put it past her. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
October 18-24, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Fair Share, 2020.

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Another week brings us seven days closer to the mass graves they’re digging for us.

Do we dare ponder the moment the entire country realizes they severely overestimated black potential and that it’s too late to do anything about it?

Sean “Diddy” Combs is a negroidal cultural impresario with no discernible talent or insight but whose net worth is estimated at $855 million. If one assumes that Read more …

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White Nationalism:
What Was the Question Again?

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Hello, all ye white people of Counter-Currents. It is my sincerest wish that you are having a day that is so unapologetically white, it renders everyone in your immediate vicinity permanently snow-blind. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
October 11–17, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Fortunate Son, 2020

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As the sickly, suicide-grey rays of a frosty autumn Sunday mornin’ in Georgia wriggle through my imitation-wood Venetian blinds, I pause to reflect how much the Hunter Biden saga reminds me of Robert Redford’s Oscar-winning 1980 dysfunctional-family drama Ordinary People, which was based on a novel by Judith Guest, whom I’m going to assume is Jewish without even bothering to check. Read more …

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A Nation Cannot Live on Basketball & Rape Alone

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Editor’s note: Jim Goad has joined Counter-Currents as a twice-weekly original contributor. This is his first article.

As someone who is both obsessed with race and filled with hatred, I am often accused of being filled with racial hatred. Read more …

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Adolf Hitler: History’s Angriest Jew?

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Last week, the Belgian magazine Knack published an article with the explosive title “Hitler was related to Somalis, Berbers and Jews.” The news involved a study conducted by journalist Jean-Paul Mulders and customs official Marc Vermereen, who claim to have taken DNA samples from 39 of Adolf Hitler’s relatives through such seemingly dubious sources as a discarded napkin, used cigarette butts, and envelopes from thirty-year-old letters. Read more …

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Jim Goad on Seven Things We Discuss at Counter-Currents All the Time

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“Seven Ideas You Can Never Discuss on Television”
Takimag.com, April 3, 2011

In 1972 comedian George Carlin famously delineated the “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television.” Read more …

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Mr. Assange’s Digital McCarthyism

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Upon superficial inspection, still-living superstar hacker Julian Assange and long-dead commie-stalker Joseph McCarthy seem like natural-born enemies and political polar opposites. Technically, the Arctic and Antarctica are polar opposites, too, but are they really that different?

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Multiculturalism is Dead, So Where Do We Bury the Body?

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I’ll never forget a painting I saw at a West Berlin youth hostel in 1985. The background depicted bombed-out ruins, presumably Dresden after the Allied firestorm. In the foreground were two women, their backs to us as they faced the charred, blown-out buildings. One woman was starting to lift her arm in a Sieg Heil salute, while the other rushed to grab her arm and stop her.

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Diagnosing “Passover Syndrome” Among White Liberals

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Editor’s Note:

Don’t tell Richard Spencer, but I have been stopping by TakiMag every day since I discovered that Jim Goad is one of their regular columnists.

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