Thou shalt have a fishy
On a little dishy.
Thou shalt have a fishy
When the boat comes in.
— Traditional English folk song (more…)
Like all journals of dissident ideas, Counter-Currents depends on the support of our readers. So far this year, we’ve raised $66,365.84 of our $300,000 goal. I want to thank everyone who has donated so far. (Please donate !) But first, Mark Gullick explains why your support is so crucial given what we are up against today. (more…)
Have you ever talked yourself out of a job? The Cambridge University Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic have. The Dons have declared that Anglo-Saxons did not exist, which should free up a third of their time. (more…)
Editor’s Note: The following is a transcript by John Morgan of a British National Party stump speech, once thought lost, that Jonathan Bowden gave in Liverpool on November 28, 2008. The title is editorial, and versions of the speech online have also been titled “An Anglosphere Call To Arms” and “Jonathan Bowden ‘We’re Not Ashamed’ Commemoration.” The video this transcript is based upon, which can be viewed at The Jonathan Bowden Archive here, is cut in many places. The cuts are indicated by asterisks in the transcript. If you have a complete audio or video recording of this speech that you are willing to contribute, please contact us. Some unintelligible passages are marked with question marks; please post a comment below if you have corrections or can fill in the gaps. (more…)
The recent coronation of Charles III was a bit of a relief for me: He finally made it! The old girl’s gone at last. That being said, it appears that much of the old girl’s Britain is gone as well. It seemed that every ethnicity in Britain was given a place at the coronation, and we were serenaded not by the glowing choruses of Purcell, Handel, or Elgar, but by a black gospel group in tacky white clothes. Nida Manzoor’s first feature is therefore a timely delight. (more…)
And did those feet . . .
Every now and then, scientists discover something previously unknown — some particle or planet or plant. Lately, I wonder whether anything has been discovered by these eggheads that isn’t racist. The list of what is racist grows daily, hourly: skiing, the opera, mathematics, memes with black people in them, an ordered pantry, owning dogs, punctuality, books, songs, coffee, milk (presumably coffee with milk is only drunk by the Klan or Combat-18), grammar. (more…)
For media junkies like myself, the blessed week between Christmas and New Year’s should be rehab. It isn’t, of course. We can’t quit the needle. We spend the week watching myriad round-ups of the year that has just left us from around the media globe, as well as the other side of the two-faced god Januarius’ gaze: the media’s prognostications as to the year ahead. (more…)
The wheel has turned, and the merry-go-round of modernity has performed another rotation. One could be forgiven for thinking at first sight that things are much as they were before; the same cast of characters leers back at us. Trump and Farage continue to dominate the headlines, and the entourage of grifters and sycophants that surround them seem wearingly familiar. (more…)
Mark Gullick is a rarity for Counter-Currents. He is a professional writer and an expert on the English cultural milieu. Mark is mainly interested in current politics, but his interests also include bars, travel, funny stories, philosophy, Tarot, adventure, and professional literature. Let’s get to know him better. (more…)