If you are contemplating a pilgrimage to the George Floyd memorial site and wondering what kind of protective body armor you should wear, consider this from CNN: “Locals wanted it [at the intersection of Chicago Avenue and 38th Street in Minneapolis] to be a place of peace, justice, mourning, and healing. (more…)
Tag: black criminality
Nicole Brown Simpson or George Floyd: Monumental Differences
White Supremacist Attacks on Asians Continue
Remember when Donald Trump called COVID-19 the “China virus” and openly, unequivocally, and unabashedly encouraged American blacks to stab Asians and smash them in the head with bricks? Even though he’s not the president anymore, it’s still happening! (more…)
“Subway Vigilante” Bernhard Goetz: A Look Back at the Kyle Rittenhouse of the 80s
On December 22, 1984, 37-year-old electrical engineer Bernhard Goetz stepped onto the downtown #2 subway train to Lower Manhattan where he intended to meet with some friends for drinks before the Christmas holidays. Goetz is a half-Jew on his mother’s side, but little did he know that by the end of this fateful train ride, he would be a full-fledged honorary Aryan. (more…)
“Psychosis”: a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so impaired that contact is lost with external reality.
You wake up these mornings and ask yourself: how much worse is it going to get today? You skim a news story or an editorial coming out of the New York Times, Washington Post, or the Detroit Free Press. Or, perhaps you turn on CNN, MSNBC, or Fox News. Something is terribly wrong. You ask yourself: Where am I? In Moscow? Is it 1936? Why do I feel terror all around me? (more…)
Recently I had surgery. It went well, nothing serious. However, it was unexpected. I had to ask myself — what if it was serious? What if my body was riddled with stage 4 cancer and I’d better say my prayers, update my will, and buy a grave? (more…)
In my life, I have encountered people who enjoy watching bad movies. I don’t mean that they have bad taste in movies, but that they revel in watching objectively terrible, often low-budget movies in an MST3K sort of way. I guess they find something endearing about the amateurish charm.
I mean, knock yourself out. But I’ve never quite understood this. (more…)
Chauvin Found Guilty — But There’s More Work To Be Done, So Let’s Keep Rioting!
After being found guilty on all three counts last week, Derek Chauvin has become the nation’s white-boy-summer piñata (more…)
So Awful You Have To Laugh: Dark Humor in Instauration
In February, I wrote a two-part article on Instauration after poring over the 25-year archive of the venerable newsletter. I included what I felt were some choice nuggets of wisdom from a publication bursting with profound insights into our situation as a race. One thing I had forgotten was how funny the readers and writers of Instauration could be. (more…)
Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the “murder” of the beatified George Floyd. The jury, consisting of only two white men among twelve, found him guilty within a matter of hours. It was a quick decision that sent a clear message to America: black lives matter more than yours.
Despite being denounced by nearly every law enforcement official in the country, Derek Chauvin is the face of American police. (more…)
America Braces for Mass Insomnia as Floyd Trial Wraps Up
As the Trial of the Century winds down in Ol’ Minneapolis Way, news outlets are prognosticating a vicious wave of “unrest” all across the country. (more…)
The Silence of the Scam: The Killing of Dr. Lesslie
The “scam” — the gross, obscene, dishonest coverage of race-motivated violence in American society by the mainstream media.
Here’s how it has unfolded recently. (more…)
Between the World and Me
New York: Spiegel & Grau, 2015
Ta-Nehisi Coates has become one of the most eminent literary figures in recent time. In the last decade, his star has risen dramatically. He’s perhaps best known for his journalism work at the Atlantic, but he also has been published by NYT, WaPo, Time, and several other major periodicals. (more…)
An elderly Pakistani UberEats driver was murdered by black teens in DC last week. Sixty-six-year-old Mohammad Anwar died after he was thrown out of the vehicle two black girls carjacked in broad daylight, right in front of National Guardsmen. The black teens survived the car wreck, unlike the hapless Anwar. (more…)
Charlottesville Mayor Writes Weird Poem About How Charlottesville Rapes You
Unless things turn around right quick and proper, the city of Charlottesville, Virginia, will be seen as the Waterloo of white identity politics for the foreseeable future. (more…)
“Think of how stupid the average person is,” comedian George Carlin once told an audience, “and then realize half of ’em are stupider than that.”
Since I’m an innately kind soul who abhors cruelty in all its forms, I won’t instruct you to think of how stupid the average Baltimore public school student is, because even to ponder the issue might send you hurtling down a mental abyss from which you may likely never escape. (more…)
All the Fine Black Cannibals
As a young white child growing up in a 90%-white country where white characters dominated the media, it was easy for a green saplin’ such as myself to conclude that the only two races in America were Cowboys and Injuns. I was vaguely aware of the existence of black people, but you hardly ever saw them on TV or in the movies — and if you saw them at all, half of the time they were depicted as cannibals boiling their human prey in a gigantic cauldron. (more…)
Director Tony Kaye’s anti-skinhead morality tale American History X (1998) is proof that propaganda is far from an exact science. Just as Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket caused a surge in Marine recruitment, American History X actually increases audience sympathies with neo-Nazi skinheads, despite its best efforts to present them as hateful hypocrites and losers. (more…)
Asians now fear walking the streets in San Francisco and Oakland. Locals continue to rob and assault them without warning. Assailants even target the elderly. The national media, which prefers to ignore crime waves, is horrified by this spate of attacks.
Left out of the coverage is the fact that pretty much all of the assailants are black. Instead, the attacks are blamed on whites, Donald Trump, and xenophobia. (more…)
Rush Limbaugh Remembered from the Right (January 12, 1951–February 17, 2021)
Rush Limbaugh passed away from lung cancer Wednesday at the age of 70. No one did more to shape modern conservatism than the talk radio giant. Republican politicians bowed before him and sought his favor. Rush had the power to shape the opinions of millions, and one rant from him could scuttle a presidential candidacy or legislation. (more…)
As a bookish kid holed up in my bedroom, I used to pore over the family copy of the World Book Atlas of the World and found my interest especially piqued by desolate and depopulated areas. I was drawn to Canada’s Northwest Territories and Wyoming in the USA — I remember being fascinated that Wyoming had entire towns with only five residents. (more…)
Instauration: Profound Insights for Troubled Times, Part II
Part I here
As the 1980s ended and the 1990s began, racial issues became more and more prevalent in the United States and around the world. Whites who could, of course, continued to move to the suburbs to avoid diversity and multiracialism. But it was becoming harder and harder to escape racial realities in a changing America. As always, Instauration offered clear-headed commentary on the unrelenting war against whites. (more…)
Instauration: Profound Insights for Troubled Times, Part I
Instauration was a race realist newsletter published monthly from 1975 to 2000. I subscribed for the last two years and fondly remember receiving the publication in the mail. Edited by Wilmot Robertson, the author of The Dispossessed Majority, Instauration was a compendium of racial news, happenings, data, history, philosophy, analysis, and more. (more…)
After the Atlanta-based one-hit hip-hop wunderkind who goes by the silly name of “Silento” was arrested and charged last week with murdering his cousin, his publicist referred to him as a “beautiful soul.”
To clarify, she wasn’t talking about the murdered cousin. She was talking about his accused killer, 23-year-old Ricky Lamar Hawk, a recording artist specialized in urban mating songs of the primitive call-and-response type. (more…)
I attended the last presidential inauguration because I wanted to.
Even if I had wanted to, I couldn’t have attended the weird Carnival of Masked Corpses in DC this time around because I’m man enough to admit I am no match for 25,000 National Guardsmen (more…)
To be young and white in America right now is to walk through life with a black cloud hovering over your head with every word you utter and every step you take.
One major cultural shift over the past generation is that except for a few isolated hills and hollers in Appalachia and the Ozarks, there is effectively no such thing as “poor white culture” anymore. (more…)
A Counter-Currents Writer Attends a Black Lives Matter Demonstration
Oh, cruel irony of fate! I attended a Black Lives Matter demonstration just as the nation started to move into the holiday slumber. How did I get to such a point, you ask? I was visiting with family and one of the young ladies in my extended brood — driver’s permit age — had planned a demonstration near the town’s main thoroughfare.
The young lady’s mom and other relations deftly stepped away from any involvement in the affair, (more…)