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Meet The Whites Who Voted Against Trump

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Last week I wrote “White America Still Voted For Trump.” This is still true — 58% of white Americans backed nationalism. However, there is a group of whites who rejected nationalism and voted for a return of the corrupt status quo: affluent whites. This demographic played a major role in Joe Biden’s alleged victory, Read more …

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The Stolen Election

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Many things about the 2020 election render it illegitimate.

A tremendous number of Biden votes came from people who are in this country because of an illegitimate immigration act, Read more …

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White America Still Voted For Trump

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I was unfortunately right about the election — liberal elites stole it from the historic American nation. Through ballot harvesting, Mark Zuckerberg-funded “election administrators,” acceptance of dubious votes, and good old fashioned urban corruption, the Democrats were able to deny Donald Trump a victory on Election Day. Read more …

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A Tale of Two Election Scandals

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After the contested results of the recent election, this is a good opportunity to consider a prior one — that of 1972. What are the similarities? It’s pretty simple. In 1972, Nixon’s campaign cheated. In 2020, Biden’s campaign cheated. Here are the specifics, and then the reasons why. Read more …

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Dreamweaving

Vasily Surikov, A God’s Fool Sitting on the Snow, 1885.

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Before the American general election, my friends kept asking me who’d be the likely winner, Trump or Biden. My response, which infuriated everyone who got it, was usually some variation of “define winning.”

Do you mean who’ll win the most votes? Do you mean who’ll win the elections, presuming no shenanigans, which was a laughable proposition even before the evidence started pouring in for America’s advanced banana republicanism? Read more …

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I Want You to Hurt Like I Do

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With all the uncertainty surrounding the 2020 election, I’m reminded of the Randy Newman song “I Want You to Hurt Like I Do.” It’s a slow, depressing waltz about a self-centered person who’s cruel to others for no reason. And when asked why, he repeats the song title for an explanation. Read more …

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There Was No Biden Surge

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Translated by Greg Johnson 

Nicolas Gauthier: Joe Biden has been proclaimed winner of the US presidential election. Donald Trump, who has not conceded defeat, cries fraud and is preparing to engage in a legal battle. What is your analysis? 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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The Stolen Election Will Red-Pill 70 Million Americans

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At this point, it seems unlikely that Trump is going to prevail in his legal challenges. It’s possible that he will, but what do you think is more likely? If he doesn’t prevail, however, Biden’s “win” can actually be a tremendous win for us.

Why? Well, first let’s address the question of who “we” are. I hate to sound like Joe Biden, who seems not to know who he is Read more …

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Rubicon Don:
An Open Letter to President Trump

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Dear President Trump,

There can be no circumstance under which you will not be our president for the next four years. Of course, I don’t presume to know even a fraction of what you know about the fraud the Democrats have been perpetrating against the American people these past few days. It’s outrageous. It’s criminal. You know it. I know it. The American people know it. Read more …

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The Tangled Web of Life

William Hogarth, Canvassing for Votes, from The Humours of an Election, 1755.

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Since the last US presidential election, my life has been a tangled web of travels and adventures. I was fortunate enough to experience Trump’s historic election night in 2016 while living in a small town in Texas. This year, I spent the election night in a small British town near Tamworth Castle. Like everyone else, I stayed up late both nights 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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Is America a Banana Republic Now?

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This year’s US Presidential contest is between the Republican Party and the Banana Republican Party, formerly known as the Democrats. As I write this, the Democrats are trying to destroy American democracy because the people have disappointed them once again. Donald Trump is the rightful victor of this election, and if Biden ends up with more votes, it is only because he cheated. Trump should not concede under any circumstances until all challenges have been exhausted. Read more …

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Wignat Whexit:
Why “Punishing” the Republicans Won’t Change Them

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In 2016, Donald Trump ran as a populist and won. In 2020, his bid for re-election followed the standard Republican playbook. There was a lot of talk about the stock market, very little populist talk about immigration, globalization, and protectionism. 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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He Can Only Lose If It’s Stolen

Trump rallies supporters in Rome, GA. Michael Tracey.

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The election is finally upon us. The mainstream media repeatedly tells us it will be a landslide for Joe Biden. The MAGAsphere insists it will be a red wave.

It’s very likely the blowout predictions will be wrong and a close election will be the result. Read more …

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The Final Straw

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While traveling the past few weeks, I kept thinking about the upcoming 2020 US presidential election. More precisely, I kept wondering whether this election would be the final straw that breaks the camel’s back. 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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My Case for Trump

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As we approach the 2020 elections, it seems that Dissident Right attitudes regarding President Trump range from tepid tolerance to jaded discontent. Disappointment and frustration dominate our Trump discussions, and many of us, while still technically supporting the man, plan to hold our noses quite firmly Read more …

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Tech Censorship Delegitimizes The Election

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Big Tech censored a major newspaper last week in the service of its preferred presidential candidate. The New York Post’s bombshell report about Joe Biden’s failson Hunter would’ve been the biggest story in the country, complete with reporters grilling the Democratic candidate and every other outlet making it front-page news.

But that didn’t happen. Read more …

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Trump, for Lack of Something Better

Phil Eiger Newmann, Don’t Tread on Us, 2020.

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Translated by Greg Johnson

The US presidential election is fast approaching. Personally, do you want Donald Trump to be re-elected? Would a second term of this president please you, if only to see the faces of his opponents, American and European?

Alain de Benoist: I would like his re-election, but by default, for lack of something better. As you know, this character doesn’t thrill me that much. Read more …

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Might As Well Nudge

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Everyone is familiar with psychological warfare, in which information is used to break down the morale of an enemy in wartime. It can also be used on individuals within a community in order to get them to act in a specific way. There’s also propaganda, which is an information campaign used by government to change public opinion Read more …

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The Conceded Election

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Richard Nixon made a fateful decision on the afternoon of November 9, 1960. He telegrammed John F. Kennedy to formally concede the presidential race. This concession ensured that there was no nasty legal battle or potential constitutional crisis over the election. Read more …

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Mainstream Panic Over Weimerica

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Weimar comparisons are in the air again. Violent street clashes between Antifa and Trump supporters in Portland inspired a new round of historical allusions to interwar Germany. Long a theme within the Dissident Right, “Weimar America” is now making its way into mainstream discourse. Read more …

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Wargaming Secession, Part 2:
Introducing the ISEE Model of White Survival

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The aphorism “Never let a crisis go to waste” may soon have historic consequences beyond what most of us can imagine. Maybe as soon as November.

The first part of this series, “Trump Should Wargame Secession, Too,” outlines the various ways Read more …

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Trump Should Wargame Secession, Too

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Earlier this month, the New York Times revealed that top-level Democrats have been wargaming possible outcomes of the November 2020 election and are considering secession if things don’t go their way. This should come as a surprise to no one. Since the epoch-changing George Floyd riots — which began in May and are still ongoing Read more …

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Chinese Handcuffs

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Imagine, if you will, the perfect system of torture and restraint. A device so effective that the more forcefully you resist it, the tighter it grips you, and the more hopeless your chance of escape. Such a contraption does in fact exist. You might recognize it as the anodyne but frustrating toy called “Chinese handcuffs.” Read more …

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Not the Other Guy

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At the funeral, the rabbi is supposed to give a speech extolling the virtues of the deceased. But there’s a new rabbi and he says, “I’m sorry, I did not know the man. Can one of you step forward and say a few kind words about him?” A dead silence fills the temple, until someone in the back says: “His brother was worse!” Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 272
The Bernie Bro Question

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The Bernie Bro Question, Part 1: Exit Stage Left

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The Bernie Bro Question, Part 2: Rebels Without a Candidate”  Read more …

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No Malarkey:
The Formalist Case for Biden

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He sat alone on a giant throne
Pretending he’s the king.
A little tyke who’s rather like
A puppet on a string.

— “The Phoney King of England”

Long before anyone thought to call him a neoreactionary, mostly because he himself said it’d be the term a Harvard progressive would use to describe him, Mencius Moldbug called himself a formalist. Read more …

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