Greg Johnson did a new solo Ask Me Anything on the latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
Tag: interracial relationships
Leader of the Free World Falls Off Bicycle, Emerges Triumphant and Unscathed
There was a study published by the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology in January of 2017 and then reposted at American Renaissance by the title of “‘Yuck, You Disgust Me!’: Affective Bias Against Interracial Couples.” It is so instructive that I have kept the link close at hand since it was first published. (more…)
Four years ago I reread Gone with the Wind (1936), the bestselling novel about the Civil War and Reconstruction South.
I hadn’t intended to, but I did. I’d loathed it in my teens, and deeply regretted the time I’d wasted reading the 1,000-plus page tome — Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and famous four-hour motion picture adaptation (which I also disliked) notwithstanding.
This strong aversion had nothing to do with race, which was not on my radar screen, or ideology, or North versus South, or slavery, or anything of that nature. (more…)
This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the publication of Gods Without Men by Hari Kunzru; it was published by Vintage Books, which is a division of Random House. Though the novel was nothing earth-shattering in the mainstream literary world, it was well-received and considered “wise” by The New York Times Book Review. Discussing the output of a “Big 5” publisher and citing legacy reviewers like the one just referenced may be an eye-roll for Counter-Currents readers, but it’s worth noting that Kunzru is actually a great writer and storyteller, even in an era where the commercial book industry is scrambling to publish works by anyone with a name that sounds as non-white as Hari Kunzru, seemingly regardless of their talent. (more…)
Illegal Alien Beheads Legal Alien Girlfriend on Minnesota Street
“Give me your tired, your poor,” went the famous poem by Emma Lazarus, “your huddled masses yearning to be decapitated by those who didn’t even bother to enter the country legally.”
Alexi Saborit-Viltres is a 42-year old native of Cuba with a nasty case of vitiligo hispanicus across one side of his face who was arrested by the Department of Homeland Security in 2012 for immigration violations and was for some reason sprung free and allowed to mince and prance and gallop and cavort throughout this Nation of Immigrants long enough to chop off his girlfriend’s head in broad daylight one sunny day last month in the Minneapolis suburb of Shakopee. (more…)
On July 10, 2020, the New York Post published an article about a high school principal, already notorious for frequent expressions of disdain for people of the white persuasion, “who conspired to oust Caucasian teachers.” By itself, this piece lacked the “man bites dog” quality that makes for a good newspaper story. After all, the mistreatment of high albedo employees by well-placed avatars of the Global South is a common occurrence these days. (more…)
Interracial Marriage & White Genocide in Latin America
I was happy to see the high amount of activity on my last article on the future of the white demographic in the USA. As I had hoped, I received counter-arguments. The most common criticism of my predictions references Latin America as a contradiction of them. It is claimed that Latin American countries have been engaging in miscegenation for over 300 years, and yet there are, it is claimed, staunch and powerful white minorities in these countries still, due to resistance to intermarriage. (more…)
There continues to be a debate within the Right over whether miscegenation is a threat to white racial survival. There are few voices on the Right strongly promoting the thesis that amalgamation is a great threat, and there are no voices – as far as this writer is aware – that would argue that it is the greatest threat. (more…)
A novelist can have tremendous influence beyond his own time if he depicts major historical trends and invents characters that react in conflicting ways to these trends. If a story is vivid enough, readers might come to identify with or even emulate such characters, since the historical pressures bearing down on them bear down on the readers as well. William Faulkner accomplishes such a feat in his 1942 novel of interrelated short stories, Go Down, Moses.
Guide to Kulchur
Pilot Episode–Paradise: Love
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Fróði Midjord and Counter-Currents Book Editor John Morgan discuss the disturbing, if thought-provoking, film Paradise: Love, about European sex tourism in Africa, in the pilot episode of Guide to Kulchur.