Election 2024? Why bother? Here is why. 2020 was the wildest election ever, a brazen turbulence of election rigging you would expect to see coming somewhere out of the third world. The aftermath was followed by a Big Brother propaganda campaign whipping up fury toward the imaginary legions of white supremacists. (more…)
Tag: Democratic Party
For decades how, White Nationalists have been telling Republicans that unless they halt the demographic decline of white America, their party is doomed, and the Democrats will create a one-party state.
Marx once said “History repeats itself, the first time as tragedy, the second as farce.” In 2020, the Democratic party seems poised to relive mistakes it made less than a lifetime ago, and to my knowledge, few have drawn the obvious parallels.
In August of 1968, at the highpoint of the anti-war, hippie countercultural movement, the Democrats met in Chicago to anoint one of their own as the man who would take on Richard Nixon. (more…)
The Watergate Scandal & the False Dawn of White Racial Consciousness
The Real Watergate Scandal: Collusion, Conspiracy, and the Plot That Brought Nixon Down
Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, 2015
America lost a great deal when President Richard Milhous Nixon resigned. A case can be made that after Nixon left, the Vietnam War ended in a worse way than it otherwise would have, and America was saddled with two less than stellar presidents: Ford and Carter. (more…)
How “Civil Rights” Happened:
A First-Draft Overview
Historians puzzle over how the French Revolution happened. How did a powerful monarchy in a powerful nation fall apart and succumb to a radical government that drenched Paris in blood and turned the world’s most economically valuable colony, San Domingo, into the jungle that is today’s Haiti? There are many reasons, of course: (more…)
Nordics, Skrælings, & Hubert Humphrey’s North Country:
Why We Need to Win Minnesota Over
It Feels Like 1996
We’re headed into another election season. To this author, the upcoming 2020 election has a remarkably similar feel to that of 1996, except that the roles played by the two major parties have been reversed. On the Right in 1996, there was plenty of dislike for incumbent Bill Clinton, but the vast middle was happy with his efforts. This is much like the situation today, except that the boiling dislike is on the Left. In 1996, the Republicans were also in a bad way. They were blamed for the government shutdown during the winter of 1995-96. (more…)
Elizabeth Gillespie McRae
Mothers of Massive Resistance: White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy
New York: Oxford University Press, 2018
It is unlikely a book titled Mothers of Massive Resistance would have been published at all except for the fact that white women voted against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election in enough numbers to sink her election chances. (more…)
Chapo Trap House is Too White Even For Me (And I’m a White Supremacist)
Chapo Trap House, Felix Biederman, Matt Christman, Brendan James, Will Menaker, & Virgil Texas
The Chapo Guide to Revolution: A Manifesto Against Logic, Facts, and Reason
New York: Touchstone, 2018
Point of personal privilege . . .
Chapo Trap House is a stupid name for a podcast. It would be a stupid name for a shitty punk band. (more…)
Fiasco struck at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) recently, and this should give rise to a great deal of schadenfreude on the Right. Basically, the white leadership of the DCCC got purged by black and Hispanic elements in the Democrat Party. Committee Chair Cheri Bustos and Executive Director Allison Jaslow had seemingly put whites in most of their top positions, and black and Hispanic lawmakers were having none of it. They had been applying pressure for a while, and finally, the white heads started rolling.
Dear President Trump,
First, I would like to give you a triple thank you.
Open borders is no longer a meme; it’s the official stance of most Democratic presidential candidates.
During last week’s debates, which were held over two nights, most Democratic candidates said they want illegal immigration decriminalized. Nearly every candidate thinks illegal immigrants deserve free healthcare. The only debate in this area was over who was the most favorable toward open borders of them all. (more…)
Democrats are showing skepticism towards America’s Greatest Ally.™
Freshman Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, a hijab-wearing Somali, ignited debate on Israel this year simply by noting the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) tremendous influence. In February, Omar tweeted that AIPAC controls politicians with its financial contributions. “It’s all about the Benjamins baby!” she said in a since-deleted tweet. (more…)
Michael Sandel’s Anti-White Populist Strategy to Defeat “Right-Wing Populism”
The rise of nationalist populism has shaken the globalist establishment far more than the rise of Islamic radicalism did in the 1990s and after. Muslim terrorism merely encouraged globalists to bring more “moderate” Muslims to the West to show undisturbed confidence in the value of diversity. The more Muslims have bombed the West, the more power “moderate” Muslims have gained by way of grants, affirmative action, spread of businesses, regulations against “Islamophobia,” and endless eulogies about their “indispensable” contributions. (more…)
I haven’t really paid all that much attention to Russiagate, because the whole thing has been an obvious hoax from the beginning.
I mean, the whole Mueller investigation was really long, really boring, and really, really complicated. Keeping up with the godforsaken mess just seemed like a lot of work for what was an obvious hoax destined to end in a whimpering anti-climax. Just call me when it’s time for the Schadenfreude.
Despite suffering heavy losses in the House of Representatives, many on the Right seemed somewhat relieved after the 2018 midterm elections. Yes, they could have been a lot worse. (more…)
Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class Is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution
New York: Free Press, 2018
Many on the Dissident Right have a thing for Tucker Carlson. Like Ann Coulter, Carlson is one of the few mainstream media personalities whose positions seem to conflict very little with our views. (more…)
How does it feel to be left behind? How does it feel to be cast aside even though you did nothing wrong?
We on the Right know how this feels very well. It comes with the territory when you choose to be a dissident in any society. Some on the Left, however, are beginning to experience the same kind of abandonment, despite not being dissidents at all. Or, really, they are dissidents, and they just don’t realize it yet. (more…)
Politics is all about open secrets. This is especially true in societies as racially integrated and tribal as ours has become. These open secrets went on glittering display last Friday during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Both the Republicans – who at least nominally support his nomination – and the Democrats, who vehemently oppose it, spoke piously to moral platitudes. (more…)
By now, most have at least heard the highlights of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, where they listened to testimonies and questioned Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, over allegations that he had attempted to rape her in 1982. The hearing lasted roughly nine hours and included some very dramatic moments. I watched most of it, but stopped around halfway through Kavanaugh’s time on the stand because the questions had become so repetitive, and it was clear no new information was going to come to light. (more…)
Conservatives are the Real Anti-Whites:
Dinesh D’Souza’s Death of a Nation
Going to the movie theater is a religious ritual of sorts for me. My soda is my wine, and the dehydrated corn kernels accented with sludge are my wafers. They are a debauched communion. The largely Jewish-controlled entertainment industry is my church, and on this occasion, D’Souza was my minister. (more…)
One of the more exciting prospects for the Dole-Clinton presidential contest should have been the “presidential debate,” which, ever since the Kennedy-Nixon slugfest of 1960, has titillated the mass electorate with the delusion that the voters actually have a real choice between two different viewpoints. The only reason a Dole-Clinton debate ought to have been exciting, however, is that it should have been interesting to see what the two participants could possibly disagree about. What exactly were they supposed to debate? (more…)
All Hail the God-Emperor’s State of the Universe Address!
I’ve been on this Trump rollercoaster now since the summer of 2015, which was when I first began paying attention to him. Since then I’ve feared every time a crisis hit – smarted with every new smear, every new calumny, every new attempt to derail his garish, golden train. (more…)
This talk was given at the Fourth Meeting of the Northwest Forum on Saturday, June 24th. I want to thank everyone who organized and attended this event.
Does hope lie in the proles, as Winston Smith asserts in Nineteen Eighty-Four? (more…)
Good for Not Being Bad:
An Alt Right Take on President Trump’s Speech to Congress
What we think of as good is often a relative thing. A piece of moldy bread, for example, would be considered “good” if you’re starving. But if you’re not? Well, then it’s “good riddance to bad garbage.” (more…)
Dinesh D’Souza claims historic Democrats have a history of supporting white racial cohesion and that Hillary Clinton and modern Democrats carry out this legacy today.
If that’s the case, then I’m with her!
However, it’s not the case, and the modern Democrats carry out an anti-white agenda. Along with most Republicans they refuse to recognize the moral right of whites to organize along racial lines. (more…)
Just as the Coincidence Detector makes (((Jewish))) names (((echo))) the Bean Counter puts <<<La Raza>>> supporters in <<<taco shells>>> to call out anti-white bias and Hispanic privilege. (more…)