Tag: demographic decline
It seems like a million years ago that men and women would have sex and start popping out babies without ever thinking about politics.
Nowadays, men and women hardly talk to one another because politics gets in the way.
If you’ve been unlucky enough to find yourself anywhere near a computer over the past ten years, you’ve seen headline after headline announcing that politics are cockblocking men and women from getting together and getting it on: (more…)
When you understand that history is cyclical, not something linear and always moving towards “progress”; that civilizations rise, fall, and reform into something new in a never-ending cycle, you may perhaps feel better about your place in that cycle. (more…)
“But the peasants — how do the peasants die?” — Leo Tolstoy
The sky is falling. We are bombarded daily with dire warnings: the planet is dying, nuclear hellfire is imminent, the global economy is collapsing, and artificial intelligence will at best make us unemployed, and at worst destroy the human essence of society. (more…)
The following is the text of Greg Johnson’s opening statement in the “Ethnonationalism vs. Imperialism” debate with Gregory Hood that was held at the recent Counter-Currents Spring Retreat. Gregory Hood’s opening statement , which came after this one, can be read here.
By my count, there are 52 historically white sovereign states in the world today. That’s not a lot. That’s one for every card in a standard deck. (more…)
Silicon Valley’s Anti-White Racial Dysgenics Program
The defining characteristic of twenty-first-century social interaction is the movement from in-person human contact towards moderated interaction online, increasingly manipulated as if human beings are livestock in a laboratory experiment. One of the most frightening aspects of this Big Brother scenario is that our digital overlords in Left-wing Silicon Valley seem to have a definite opinion about our racial dating preferences. They really do not want white people to meet each other and fall in love when they can be having someone else’s babies. (more…)
I confess: I did it. I saw the new installment of the space opera about blue cat people, Avatar: The Way of Water. I know; this officially makes me an incurable fanboy. The only pitiful excuse I have to offer in my defense is that we, the incurable fanboys, have been waiting for this thing since the last one came out in 2009.
Catching up briefly
After the events of the last film, most of the humans on the planet Pandora boarded their starship and bugged out for Earth. (more…)
Republicans Need to Embrace American Identity to Win
We have no idea what the final outcome of the US midterm elections will be, with several crucial races having yet to be called, and nobody is promising anything until next week — and even then, the Chairman of Arizona’s Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is saying, “Don’t hold me to it.” (That’s code for “Ignore this shady stuff and please don’t do another January 6, okay?”)
In the meantime, let’s take a look at four of the most interesting Republican candidates and one who flopped. (more…)
“The [scariest] shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function.” — Albert Allen Bartlett
To procreate, people need to be sociable enough to meet someone and decisive enough to choose them. Similarly, to make money they need to pick a career and shut out all other options. Such people excel in getting into power and then idiotically doing nothing as the world collapses around them. (more…)
In a 2009 essay for the for the London Evening Standard titled “Don’t listen to the whingers — London needs immigrants,” former Tony Blair speechwriter and Labour Party advisor Andrew Neather famously likened his government’s immigration policy to a dog owner rubbing the disobedient pooch’s nose in shit:
. . . mass immigration was the way that the Government was going to make the UK truly multicultural. (more…)
Until very recently, Minnesota loomed in the public imagination as a state that was so white, you could almost go snow-blind merely looking at it on a map. Possibly due to its dark and endless winters, it has been a magnet for Scandinavians immigrating to America since the 1850s. (more…)