The below is a short video that was made to accompany an excerpt from the audio recording of Greg Johnson’s seventh address to the Northwest Forum, “What’s Wrong with Diversity?” The audio and text of the entire address can be found here. We would like to thank VFG Productions for the video. (more…)
The following text is adapted from remarks Ruuben Kaalep gave at the 20th American Renaissance conference on August 12, 2023. Mr. Kaalep is a politician with the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia (EKRE), and a former member of the Estonian Parliament. He is also one of the founders of the EKRE’s youth group, Sinine Äratus, or Blue Awakening. (more…)
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Like all journals of dissident ideas, Counter-Currents depends on the support of our readers. So far this year, we’ve raised $71,665.56, or 24% of our $300,000 goal. I want to thank everyone who has donated so far. (Please donate here!) Today we are announcing a one-week bonus for donating $120 or more (in other words, paywall and up): Aside from all the usual paywall perks, all donors who give at least this amount or more will also receive a paperback copy of Greg Johnson’s latest book, The Trial of Socrates. And now, Stephen Paul Foster offers a few words on why Counter-Currents needs your support. (more…)
On Friday, the Huffington Post exposed Substack writer Richard Hanania, a prominent media personality in mainstream conservative/center-Right circles, as a “white supremacist” who wrote for several dissident Right websites, including Counter-Currents, in the early 2010s under the pseudonym “Richard Hoste.” “Hoste” wrote about race realism and human biodiversity (HBD) and advocated for eugenics and immigration restriction. (more…)
Thoughts on an Unfortunate Convergence:
Doctors, Lawyers, & Angry Women
We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams. — Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States
And different statistics for violent crime.
Almost a quarter of the twenty-first century is “history” and, given how badly it’s been going, perhaps it’s time to pause and ask the question: Who’s to blame? (more…)
How We Got Our Antiracist Constitution: Canonizing Brown v. Board of Education in Courts and Minds
Claremont Provocations Monograph Series, 2023
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion . . .” — First Amendment of the United States Constitution, 1791
“Equal opportunity is the bedrock of American democracy, and our diversity is one of our country’s greatest strengths… It is therefore the policy of my Administration that the Federal Government should pursue a comprehensive approach to advancing equity for all, including people of color and others who have been historically underserved, marginalized, and adversely affected by persistent poverty and inequality. (more…)
I decided to collect into a single document my responses to your debate statement together with some afterthoughts and treatments of issues we did not have time to deal with during the debate itself. (more…)
A war is being waged in the schools across North America. Elementary, middle, and high schools have seen a dramatic increase in violent incidents in recent years.
A Toronto area middle school generated some attention last month (May 2023) because of a letter posted on Twitter. The anonymously written plea for help was penned by a teacher at Tomken Road Middle School, which is located in Mississauga, Ontario, just west of Toronto. (more…)
The age of any revolution is five years. After that, either its participants have wandered off, dismayed by failure, or else have succeeded and become an establishment, generally more tyrannous than the one they displaced. — Hakim Felix Ellellou from John Updike’s The Coup
Pol Pot borrowed “Year Zero” from the French Jacobins to endow his revolution with the symbolism that says: the past is hereby erased; a new culture and a new people are born — Great Replacement, Southeast Asian style. (more…)
The School Experience
While working on and thinking about this piece over the last few years, I spoke with several white middle-school and high-school students and conducted informal interviews about their experiences. (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…)
January 16, 2023 Alain de Benoist
The Populist Moment, Chapter 10, Part 2
The Ambiguity of “Communitarianism”
Translated by F. Roger Devlin
In most Western countries, all discussion of immigration today immediately results in a debate about “multiculturalism.” In England, the United States, and Germany, to cite only three countries, if one is against immigration, one is also against multiculturalism — and the converse is also true: It is generally in the name of multiculturalism that immigration is justified. (more…)