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Building the Walls

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Tim Marshall
The Age of Walls: How Barriers Between Nations Are Changing Our World
New York: Simon and Schuster, 2018

Tim Marshall is a British journalist who had a long career with Sky News. In response to Trump’s win in 2016, he wrote a book about walls around the world and how these walls are affecting geopolitics. Read more …

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Empire of Dust

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The 2011 documentary Empire of Dust provides a one-of-a-kind portrayal of the difficulties facing a construction crew attempting to redo a badly dilapidated Congolese highway. Early on we meet Eddy, playing a key role as a translator. Clearly, he is exceptional: he knows Swahili, Chinese, French, and English, and this takes some doing. The other major figure is Lao Yang, the project manager for the CREC-7 construction company. Surely he’s one of the most flustered Oriental expatriates in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire). Read more …

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Sitting Out the China Cold War

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The United Kingdom will now potentially allow millions of Hong Kongers to become British citizens. The new policy was made in response to China’s new security law that curbs Hong Kong’s autonomy. Under the new policy set by the Conservative government of Boris Johnson, all Hong Kongers who have a British National Overseas Read more …

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Liberty & Justice for All:
The Case for Canine Suffrage

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I think that dogs should be allowed to vote.

In America’s courageous fight for universal suffrage, the franchise has been extended to all those we believe are stakeholders in our nation’s future. Read more …

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Mask of the Red Chinese Death!

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Three weeks ago, soon after the first “shelter in place” orders were being handed down by governors throughout the nation, I made a decision to start wearing some kind of “mask” when in public or around others. Read more …

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La Peste

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“But what does it mean, the plague? It’s life, that’s all.”
–  Albert Camus, The Plague (1947)

The Coronavirus pandemic has rather put me in mind of Albert Camus’s classic allegorical book about the pestilence that struck the “ugly and smug little port town” of his native Oran in the 1940s. The plague is a metaphor that Camus rather unsubtly intended to represent the growth of National Socialism Read more …

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Sympathy for the Dragon

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People want someone to blame for the coronavirus outbreak. The obvious culprit is China. It originated in China, China tried to cover up the outbreak for weeks, and the communist state has not been open with what it knows about the virus.

But liberals don’t want to blame China. They want to blame Donald Trump. Surprisingly, many on our side share this view. Read more …

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Open Borders Caused the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Coronavirus, or COVID-19, the virus which originated in China, has now swept the globe. People are sick, many have died, there is widespread panic, entire nations have been shut down, and daily life has been disrupted virtually everywhere at this point. Read more …

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Jim Acosta’s News Flash

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After President Trump’s speech on Friday, Jim Acosta, the “poisonous moron” as Tucker Carlson calls him, announced it xenophobic for President Trump to state that COVID-19 came from China. Read more …

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Is Coronavirus the Wrath of God?

John Martin, The Great Day of His Wrath, 1853.

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The epidemic began in Australia and spread from there to other countries.

I am referring to the panic buying of toilet paper. Read more …

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The Extended Immune System

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Consider the human immune system — not from an academic or scientific standpoint, but from a very practical and goal-oriented point of view; the goal in question being the continued health of the human. The body seals itself off from the outside world with a strong wall, known as the skin, and only communicates with it through highly specialized ports — the bodily orifices. Read more …

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Midway:
A Different Perspective

3,822 wordsTheatrical release poster for the film Midway.

It was with mixed feelings that I finished reading the highly articulate and skillfully presented review of the film Midway by Robert Hampton. I had similar feelings about the article by Anton.

On the one hand, I heartily agree with their sensible views on the film’s refreshing depictions of American soldiers fighting for a White country, the comparison between Midway and The Patriot, and the rightful place and role of women with White Nationalist and traditionalist overtones. Read more …

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Woke Capital Stops at China’s Borders

World leaders don Chinese dress at an APEC conference in Beijing in 2014. Other world powers do as the Chinese say, not vice versa.

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The American public is starting to take notice of corporate submission to China. National Basketball Association (NBA) officials and players issued several effusive apologies to the Chinese government last week after the general manager for the Houston Rockets showed support for the Hong Kong protests.

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The Counter-Currents 2019 Fundraiser
The Excellence of the White Race & the Chinese Question

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Our goal this year is to raise $100,000 in order to expand our efforts to build a metapolitical vanguard for White Nationalism. So far, we have received 300 donations totaling $62,448.79. We set our goals high because the task we have before us is formidable, but with your help, we will succeed. We want to thank everyone who has supported us so far. Read more …

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Towards a European Social Credit System

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Reading about China’s social credit system makes me thank my lucky stars for not having been born Chinese. I imagine that living in a state of constant surveillance and constant submission would fray my nerves to the point of aggressive antisocial behavior. Read more …

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The European Idea of Progress Supersedes the Axial Age, Part IV

Georg Friedrich Kersting, Faust in his Study

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Part 4 of 4 (Part 3 here)

Definition of “Axial thought”

The Axial Age idea is the most concerted effort to retain aspects of the idea of progress while disallowing Western civilization from claiming to be the most progressive in the sciences, technology, cultural creativity, and forms of state organization. This idea has historical merits. Read more …

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Herding Cats:
Individualism & Dystopia in Lao She’s Cat Country

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“When I was little, this was a large village. And that was not too many years ago; now, there’s not so much as a single shadow. The destruction of an entire people can come about very easily!”[1]

Lao She’s Cat Country is one of the finest pieces of literature I’ve read. Written in 1932 in the long shadow of the Bolshevik Revolution and foreshadowing the Maoist terror that would wrack China, Read more …

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On the “Unreflected Substantiality” of the Chinese Mind

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As the Chinese “silent invasion” of Australia, New Zealand, and Canada continues, you may want to learn something about the Western academics who lay the intellectual groundwork for this invasion. In a prior article, “The Transcendental Mind of Europeans Stands Above the Embedded Mind of Asians,” we met two influential scholars calling upon whites to abandon their “failed” attempts to formulate transcendental truths for the sake of the more “profound” contextual approach of Chinese philosophers with their demonstration that all thinking is “embedded” to a time and a place. Read more …

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The Transcendental Mind of Europeans Stands Above the Embedded Mind of Asians

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Europeans were the first – and are still the only – race to become conscious of their consciousness, to identify the faculty of thinking as the point from which all knowledge must proceed in separation from all extra-intellectual sources and inclinations, be they conventions of the time, religious mandates, or emotional inclinations.

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An Alternative Kind of Deplatforming

Naomi Wu

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Recently, Naomi Wu’s story was brought to my attention on Twitter by Hank Oslo of the Myth of the 20th Century podcast. Naomi Wu is a tech adept from the People’s Republic of China (PRC), living in Shenzhen. She does a bit of coding, but mainly focuses on building gadgetry, and she has invented things such as LED display hats that project images over your face to help circumvent the face detection software that has become ubiquitous in the urbanized parts of the rather autocratic PRC. Read more …

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You Never Live Once

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The other day, as I was wandering through an IKEA store as family members were finishing up shopping, I saw a young white woman with a striking T-shirt. She wasn’t overtly pretty, nor was she ugly. She wasn’t skinny and she wasn’t fat. But during the five or six seconds we shared in the same section of the store, I could determine a few things about her. Read more …

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Always on the Wrong Side:
US-Chinese Foreign Policy, 1844 to the Present—Part Two

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Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)

Conclusion

Here I would like to summarize the major factors that resulted in the incorrect and chronically suicidal American approach to China from the early twentieth century to this day. Read more …

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Always on the Wrong Side:
US-Chinese Foreign Policy, 1844 to the Present—Part One

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Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 here)

It is unquestionably true that today’s China has grown into a major geopolitical, economic, and military rival of America, with both an active ambition and an increasing capacity to challenge, threaten, and eventually dethrone America on the global stage in the coming decades if globalization, through which China has demonstrably been the foremost beneficiary, continues unabated. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 198
The Las Vegas Massacre, a Conspiracy Theory of Conspiracy Theories, Against Tribalism, & the Eugenics Gap

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano reconvene for a new weekly Counter-Currents Radio podcast. This week, we discuss the Las Vegas massacre, Read more …

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The Five Types of Warfare that China Is Waging on the Western World

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In my previous article, I introduced an essay written by a certain semi-official Chinese expert and widely circulated on the Chinese web space which revealed the overarching ambition and pernicious agenda of today’s China vis-à-vis white Western nations. Read more …

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China’s Sinister Strategy for Global Dominance

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It has always been my firmly and consistently held view that Jewry and China are the two cardinal enemies of the white race at present and for the foreseeable future. While the former remains the crux of almost all the internal problems of the white nations, Read more …

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Teaching White Nationalism in a Chinese University, Part II

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My previous article, which was published here last September, has drawn wide attention and enthusiastic responses from many readers, which was a great honor and pleasure to me. Read more …

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Russians are Not #Ourguys

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With the recent firing of James Comey, the Trump-driven media cycle is complete and the inability of the Alt Right to grasp geopolitical leadership has become apparent. Read more …

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Trump: Revolution or Simulacrum?
Part 3: The Risk of Failure or an Explosion

Former Mexican President Vincente Fox and Kickass Politics host Ben Mathis with a message for Donald Trump.

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Part 3 of 3 (Part 1 here, Part 2 here)

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Will He Be Worthy of the Storm He Has Provoked?

Trump as a personality is one-of-a-kind, extravagant, unpredictable: his “impolite” behavior does not sit well with the habits of the ruling classes of most countries. Read more …

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Confessions of an East Asian National Socialist

A shop in Thailand.

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I am an East Asian National Socialist and a staunch and ardent advocate for, and supporter of, National Socialism and White Nationalism. In my forty years of life, I have been abroad three times, but I have never traveled to an English-speaking country or any of the European countries, at least so far. In writing about my ideological and intellectual journey, it’s actually hard to pinpoint a specific entry point, be it a book, a Website, or something else pertaining to Adolf Hitler and National Socialism, Aryan Nationalism, or the Jewish question, from my decades of learning experiences. Read more …

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