Canada’s Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario is a premier amusement park for those who enjoy the thrill of roller coasters, water parks, family fun, unhealthy but delicious snacks, robberies, swarmings, and even the odd bird explosion. For some mysterious reason, this year’s opening of the park was fraught with “teen” violence, unruly behavior, and other generalized beatings. No one knows what’s going on. Maybe it’s the weather; maybe it’s some sort of additive they’ve put in the ice cream cones this year. Who knows? It’s all a great mystery. (more…)
Tag: Colin Flaherty
Stephen K. Sanderson
Race and Evolution: The Causes & Consequences of Race Differences
Pittsburgh: Mount Lebanon Editions, 2022
With all the scientific research we now have on the topic of race realism, suggesting a starting point for beginners can be a challenge. Do you start with psychometrics, evolutionary biology, anatomy, anthropology, social science, genetics, or neuroscience? The issue has been tackled in numerous ways and from various directions. (more…)
We need to talk about race. This is an interesting sentence in that it could be uttered with sincerity by someone from either end of the political spectrum. From a far-Left perspective, as we are well aware to the point of nausea, it means we need to talk about race all the time. (more…)
I found some intriguing perspectives in the recent batch of obituaries for Colin Flaherty, who died on January 11. They almost all recall him as best known for his internet videos and bestselling books on under-reported black crime (White Girl Bleed a Lot, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry, et al.).
Maybe that’s a valid point today. However, having known him for 30 years, I thought of this post-2012 phase as just a minor coda to his career, sort of like Laurence Olivier doing Polaroid commercials in the 1970s. If you had to explain to clueless people who Sir Laurence Olivier was, you’d mention the commercials, and the folks would think, “Oh, he’s this guy who sells cameras.” (more…)
Colin Flaherty, author, journalist, and tireless reporter on black crime, has died. This is tragic in and of itself, of course, since, at the age of 66, the man was taken by cancer before his time. But for dissidents today, his passing has an even deeper meaning.
As of a few years ago, Flaherty was still a (barely) respectable mainstream writer who, while rankling many on the Left with blunt truths about black crime, still eschewed true dissidence. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 392 The 2021 American Renaissance Conference with Gaddius Maximus, Karl Thorburn, Cyan, & Arthur
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Host Greg Johnson invited Gaddius Maximus, Karl Thorburn, Cyan, and Arthur to discuss their experiences at the recent American Renaissance conference on this installment of Counter-Currents Radio, and it’s now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
Colin Flaherty and David Cole
Favorite speeches (more…)