I remember the early autumn of 2016, just before Donald Trump was elected President of America. I was sitting on the terrace of a very trendy bar with a very good friend, and we were on our 6th or 7th glass of rum. It was one of those blessed Mediterranean nights where the scorching heat of the day had receded and the moisture of the air was slowly cooling, (more…)
One of the Vatican’s favorite films is 1986’s The Mission. It was one of 15 films selected by the Catholic hierarchy in 1995 for its list of recommended religion films. (Yes, the Pope released a recommended film list in 1995.)
The Mission is an unsurprising inclusion. It features Jesuit heroes challenging evil colonists on behalf of oppressed natives. (more…)
Interracial Marriage & White Genocide in Latin America
I was happy to see the high amount of activity on my last article on the future of the white demographic in the USA. As I had hoped, I received counter-arguments. The most common criticism of my predictions references Latin America as a contradiction of them. It is claimed that Latin American countries have been engaging in miscegenation for over 300 years, and yet there are, it is claimed, staunch and powerful white minorities in these countries still, due to resistance to intermarriage. (more…)
Populism & Neo-Thatcherism:
Why Economics is Crucial for the Dissident Right
Populism is an oft-discussed topic in political circles of all stripes, and us dissidents tend to look at it as the best chance at present to put any sort of identitarian ideas into the mainstream, or at the very least as the best chance of stopping mass migration. I wrote a report on the state of populism in Europe not long ago for that very reason.
As I said in that article, there is no “fixed” populist platform; merely a handful of ideas that unite parties under the populist label. These are mainly anti-elitism, anti-immigration, and an appeal in some form to disprivileged native populations. Quite often, it is also simply a matter of the media deciding to call someone or some party populist.
Brazil is a 1985 genre-defining science fiction film from acclaimed director and writer Terry Gilliam. It has won numerous awards and is regarded as a cult classic and one of the best science fiction films ever made. (more…)
White Nationalists Need Planned Parenthood, Not the Pope
This past week has provided a number of interesting events that highlight what was once the most contested social issue in the United States.