The outlook wasn’t brilliant for the Mudville nine that day;
the score stood four to two, with but one inning more to play.
And then when Cooney died at first, and Barrows did the same,
a sickly silence fell upon the patrons of the game. (more…)
Tag: Black Lives Matter
The outlook wasn’t brilliant for the Mudville nine that day;
When I commented recently that I found the word “Juneteenth” to be Junetarded, somebody one-upped me by suggesting that soon, the US will officially change Halloween’s name to “Octoroonth.”
Yes, the nation has truly become that dumb. (more…)
When protesters began chanting “Black Lives Matter,” my first reaction was disgust at the brazen effrontery of that slogan. Imagine a movement to legalize pedophilia calling itself “We Love Kids.” Nobody disagrees with loving kids in the abstract, but most people oppose letting perverts get away with raping them. (more…)
Editor’s note: The following is the English-language version of an interview with Greg Johnson by Rémi Tremblay for the Quebecois nationalist publication Le Harfang.
Rémi Tremblay: It’s Okay to Be White was written and published before Black Lives Matter’s recent rise. Has it changed your perception?
Greg Johnson: BLM has been around since the Obama administration, but since the death of George Floyd, it has been much more vocal and destructive. (more…)
“Oxford’s Black Panther” Shot in the Head By a Black Man
Sasha Johnson is a 27-year-old black woman who is fortunate enough to be living in England rather than the Congo but is too ungrateful to realize it. With her revolutionary sunglasses and revolutionary beret and revolutionary black power fist, she looks like someone that Hollywood nerd Quentin Tarantino would cast whenever he finally decides to do a cinematic homage to the Black Panthers sixty years too late. (more…)
The most depressing thing about Black Lives Matter is that the entire movement is based upon blatant and easily exposed lies—yet none of that seems to matter to our leaders. BLM flourishes—and American cities burn—because the press, politicians, and corporate elites either actively promote black lies—or they are just too weak and cowardly to resist them. America is falling apart because among its leaders, the best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity. (more…)
I have a friend who’s a big sports fan, especially college football. He’s crazy for the local State university (which we will call “State”) and hates the slightly more prestigious state University (which we will call “the U”). It’s really not hate, of course. It’s more of an identity/anti-identity thing. Despite not having attended either university, he has always identified with State, which, in his local setting, also means identifying as not-U. (more…)
Nicole Brown Simpson or George Floyd: Monumental Differences
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…)
“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…)
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…)
Officer Derek Chauvin should not have been convicted for murder in the death of George Floyd. But the conviction comes as no surprise, because it comes at the end of a long list of things that shouldn’t have happened. (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…)
An Interview with Béla Incze: The Man Who Destroyed a BLM Statue
Editor’s note: This is a translation of an interview originally published in Vasárnap with Béla Incze. We would like to thank Tamás Fehér for this translation.
The man who toppled the BLM statue told Vasárnap that his actions against the statue had expressed the feelings of the average Hungarian. Béla Incze, the man who had toppled the BLM statue, also talked about metapolitics and resistance in his interview with us. (more…)
It took no time for the Lügenpresse to rile the aggrieved and indoctrinated up into a rampage after the death of George Floyd.
The relentless stream of increasingly hostile anti-European content spewing forth from the mainstream media (MSM) had already primed the thieves and vandals eager to smash stuff up and tear stuff down. All they needed was to hear the Pavlovian bell. (more…)
The Ritual Denazification of Teen Vogue
But now the venerable online publication has been rocked by accusations of racism that, amusingly, extend to those who have gleefully accused others at the magazine of racism. (more…)
Jew-Baiting Capitol Rioter With Ironic Hitler Mustache Finally Found!
If you’re even half-awake at this juncture in history, you’d realize that nearly all of the participants in January 6’s Capitol Stampede — or Capitol Blitzkrieg, Capitol Lynching, Capitol Hate Crime, or Kapitallnacht, whatever they’re calling it this week — would rather crawl under a rock and die than be called a “racist.” (more…)
One of President Trump’s last acts in office offered his view of American history. Just a few days before Joe Biden’s inauguration, the Trump administration released both the 1776 Commission Report and the list of statues for the proposed National Garden of American Heroes. (more…)
The Storm Before the Storm: The Beginning of the End of the Roman Republic
New York: Public Affairs, 2017
If the United States is anywhere on the Roman timeline, it must be somewhere between the great wars of conquest and the rise of the Caesars. (more…)
The Congress Has No Clothes: The Capitol Occupation & Post-Trumpian Populism
As an American observing Wednesday’s “mostly peaceful” protest at the Capitol from abroad, I admit I was taken by surprise. Foreign acquaintances had been asking me for months if anything dramatic would happen in relation to the election. While I was sure that a Trump victory would have led to BLM and Antifa violence on a scale we had never seen before, I assured everyone that in the event of a Biden win, discontent would be limited to the “proper political channels” and social media (more…)
Anti-whiteness is a fact of life in America. Many whites who want to go to a good college, get a good job, or just be considered a better person will attempt a flight from white. They will try to find some non-white identity they can grasp onto, or pretend a perfectly white ethnicity (such as Italian or Polish) make them non-white. Others will cling to an identity that just makes them a special minority, (more…)
I’ve never been a particularly conspiratorial-minded guy.
In my 35 years on this planet, I have lived in so many places, and encountered so many different types of people, (more…)
In the early 1970s, English comedian Peter Cook referred to vapid Hungarian actress Zsa Zsa Gabor as “the biggest non-event of the century.”
But that was the last century. This century’s biggest non-event, despite what they’ve been ceaselessly drilling into your brain with a trillion tiny digital jackhammers, is the myth of rampaging white racism. (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…)
As someone whose formal training is in journalism and who also likes to pretend that journalism at least still exists somewhere — even as a concept — I’ve bitten my lip bloody for five years as this “Black Lives Matter” chant has grown both ubiquitous and deafening, but not once have I heard a reporter do his job and say:
“Prove it.” (more…)
It’s always interesting when I find someone who shares a clean sweep of my politics but for largely different reasons. Such a person seems completely in line with my outlook, but really isn’t. Although in Tim Pool’s case, I’ll bet that he is and just doesn’t realize it yet.
For the past several months Tim Pool has been banging the Trump drum. (more…)
Terrorism is at times a nebulous concept, but a useful definition is the use of force or the threat of force to coerce populations and governments, usually for political or religious ends. Using that definition, America has undeniably been terrorized by the dregs of society for the last six months in an unceasing campaign of domestic terrorism. (more…)
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. (more…)
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 (more…)
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. (more…)