As my unbelieving and horrified eyes pored over one unacceptable greeting-card image after another, I kept screaming inside — which is why you couldn’t hear me, but trust me, I could hear myself screaming as clear as a bell, so loudly in fact that at one point I felt compelled to scream at myself to stop screaming — and what I kept screaming was, “WHY ALL THE HATE?” (more…)
Tag: historical revisionism
February 10, 2022 Jim Goad 12 comments
Valentine’s Day: A Legacy of Hate
The Jesus Hoax: How St. Paul’s Cabal Fooled the World for Two Thousand Years
Creative Fire Press, 2019
This short book presents itself as the latest in a genre whose brightest lights are Nietzsche’s The Antichrist (which the author quotes extensively) and Savitri Devi’s pamphlet Paul of Tarsus, or Christianity and Jewry (reviewed here; Skrbina has produced an excellent new and revised edition of her related work, Son of the Sun). (more…)
March 16, 2021 Charles Krafft
Charles Krafft at the 2015 London Forum
Editor’s note: This is the transcript of Charles Krafft’s talk at the 2015 London Forum, November 27, 2015. We wish to thank Buttercup Dew for finding a copy of this video after it had been deleted from YouTube and Hyacinth Bouquet for the transcription. (more…)
Editor’s note: This is a transcript of a talk given by Charles Krafft at a Counter-Currents event in 2013, which was published as Counter-Currents Radio episode number 323. We would like to thank Hyacinth Bouquet for this transcript.
Greg Johnson: All right, let’s begin our final session. This session is called “Grace Under Pressure.” It’s a very practical session. It’s a chance for people who have experience to pass on their experience to the rest of us. (more…)
November 3, 2020 Kathryn S. 17 comments
Richard III: England’s Favorite Evil Uncle
No author would be able to get away with writing such a story in a novel, it was so fantastic. Providence and Destiny are real. In 2012, a group of amateur enthusiasts and archaeologists traveled to Leicestershire (located in the heart of England), site of the 1485 Battle of Bosworth Field. They were on a quixotic mission: to find the remains of Richard III, England’s most controversial king, in the vast area surrounding the old Grey Friars Church — and on a shoestring budget. (more…)
September 17, 2020 Charles Krafft
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 38 Interview with Charles Krafft
Editor’s note: The following is the transcript of Charles Krafft’s appearance on Counter-Currents Radio, no. 38.
GJ: I’m Greg Johnson, welcome to Counter-Currents Radio. My guest today is Seattle artist Charles Krafft. Charlie, welcome back to Counter-Currents Radio.
CK: Thank you, Greg. Good to be back. (more…)
June 22, 2020 Robert Hampton 10 comments
The Real Meaning of Juneteenth
Unless you’re a Texan, you probably never heard of Juneteenth until last week.
This holiday celebrates the end of slavery and has long been a minor holiday in the Lone Star State. It commemorates the day — June 19, 1865 — where the Union declared all slaves in the state of Texas free, (more…)
December 18, 2019 Morris van de Camp 14 comments
Risen from the Ashes
David Hoggan’s The Forced War
Despite nearly being lost following the destruction of its manuscript in a terrorist attack, David Hoggan’s The Forced War continues to be a relevant tome in our era. Hoggan details how the Second World War was certainly not inevitable, and how the propaganda machine that succeeded in pushing the nations of the West to war in the 1940s set a dangerous precedent that echoes in the foreign policy of nations to this very day.
April 2, 2019 Jean-Marie Le Pen 4 comments
Against De Gaulle & the Rewriting of France’s Second World War History
Translated by Guillaume Durocher
Translator’s Note: The following is an excerpt from the concluding chapter of Jean-Marie Le Pen’s Mémoires: Fils de la nation (Paris: Muller, 2018), pp. 391-396. The title is editorial.
In France, the man who marked the twenty-five years between 1944 and [President Georges] Pompidou was De Gaulle, who also maintained a complex relationship with Communism – sometimes opposing it, sometimes allying with it, sometimes seeking a consecration from the masters of Moscow. (more…)
March 19, 2019 Fenek Solère 8 comments
Afro-Saxon Britain: All is True
“To bait fish withal. If it will feed nothing else, it will feed my revenge. He hath disgraced me and hindered me half a million, laughed at my losses, mocked at my gains, scorned my nation, thwarted my bargains, cooled my friends, heated mine enemies – and what’s his reason? I am a Jew. Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimensions, senses, affections, passions? (more…)
On Saturday, March 23rd please join us for the 12th meeting of The Northwest Forum. We will be proudly hosting two men who, put together, have been banned from more countries than I can count on one hand, for the crime of raising uncomfortable questions about the Second World War. (more…)
November 13, 2015 Greg Paulson 12 comments
Neutralizing the Power of Anti-White Historical Narratives
I borrowed a lot from Greg Johnson’s essay, “Dealing with the Holocaust,” which I think is important for a deeper understanding of the issue in general and for the position I advocate.
This may seem counter-intuitive, but a common mistake pro-White advocates make in combating White genocide is disputing the alleged facts of anti-White historical narratives. (more…)