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A Recipe for Success

George Lambert, View of Dover Castle, 1738.

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I went on a long train ride this week to meet some friends in the UK. Once I arrived, I wanted to try some local food and have some drinks in a British-style pub. Read more …

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To Enlist or Not to Enlist

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Young men even in the best of times often have trouble identifying what paths they should pursue in life. It is common to know that you want to achieve something, but not know what that thing exactly is, or how to go about it. As of now, the Global Virus has caused mass economic devastation that makes finding a job, Read more …

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Bonds of Brotherhood

Caspar David Friedrich, Two Men Contemplating the Moon, 1825.

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Modernity is alienating, particularly for men. We all experience this feeling. Even those of us fortunate enough to have reasonably healthy social lives often find ourselves isolated, unable to completely trust people who we believe to be our friends. Read more …

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The Best Man’s Divorce Speech

Detail, The Divorce of Empress Josephine in 1809, Henri Frédéric Schopin, 1843.

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One of the best memories I have is giving the best man’s speech at my best friend’s wedding. I gave that speech 14 years ago and my friend has been married ever since with three great kids. Unfortunately, I have also known men who have lost their property, money, and custody of their children from devastating divorces. Read more …

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Friendship in a Time of Uncertainty

John William Waterhouse's painting A Tale from the Decameron, 1916.

John William Waterhouse, A Tale from The Decameron, 1916.

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The Decameron is a novel that is often overshadowed by The Canterbury Tales despite sharing many similarities. Both were written in the 14th century and have a similar narrative structure of various short stories being told by a group of characters. Read more …

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Video of the Day
How Diversity is Taking Its Toll on Children’s Friendships

44 words / 8:39

A video has been made of Richard Houck’s article concerning one of the less obvious destructive effects immigration and multiculturalism are having on white societies: depriving white children of the ability to form lasting friendships with others like themselves. Read more …

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Now in Audio Version!
How Diversity is Taking Its Toll on Children’s Friendships

Being looked upon with absolute contempt by a racial alien highly prone to violence, a beautiful white child is hated simply for existing in the nation her ancestors built.

1,786 words / 8:35

Video version here

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A few nights ago, I met two childhood friends for dinner after class. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 224
Freedom of Speech
Greg Johnson at Erkenbrand

84 words / 27:13 (plus Q&A)

Here is the audio of Greg Johnson’s speech at the Erkenbrand conference that was held in The Netherlands on November 3, in which he explains why White Nationalists need freedom of speech to win — and why we should want to keep it once we have won. The text of the speech is here. To listen in a player, click here. Read more …

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Freedom of Speech

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Audio version here

Author’s Note:

This is the text of the speech I gave at the Erkenbrand Conference in the Netherlands on Saturday, November 3, 2018. I wish to thank the Erkenbrand organizers and everyone in attendance.    

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Making Equestria Great Again
My Little Pony: The Movie

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My Little Pony: The Movie has surely been a test and a crisis for the franchise and its creators. Has it succumbed to the enormous pressure to cuck out, and dilute its themes and formula with “poz”? Or have the show and the Mane Six retained their integrity through the quantum leap to the big screen?

Thankfully, there is little here to complain about. Unlike previous spin-offs of the Equestria Girls movies set in the relative narrative isolation of an American high school, My Little Pony: The Movie is set in Equestria with a capital E, Read more …

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S.O.S. Iceberg

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Editor’s Note:

This is the fourth and final part (for now) of Derek Hawthorne’s series on the German “mountain films” of the 1920s and 30s. See the author’s review of North Face for an overview of this genre, its principal characteristics, and why it should interest readers of Counter-Currents.

1. Introduction: From Vertical to Horizontal

S.O.S. Iceberg is not a mountain film. Read more …

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D. H. Lawrence on Herman Melville’s Typee & Omoo

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“We can’t go back. We can’t go back to the savages: not a stride. We can be in sympathy with them. We can take a great curve in their direction, onwards. But we cannot turn the current of our life backwards, back towards their soft warm twilight and uncreate mud. Not for a moment. If we do it for a moment, it makes us sick.

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