Brianna Kupfer was born in 1997, a year in which many of you reading this may have been older teenagers, fresh adults, or middle-aged. Maybe you were just getting started in putting your adult life in order by buying a home, getting married, or perhaps having your first child. With your life ahead of you, you may have felt optimistic. In the 1990s, it was still not that difficult to join the middle class, and the commanding heights of our society were nowhere near as anti-white as they are today — at least not openly. (more…)
Tag: January 6th
January 6: How Democrats Used the Capital Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right
New York: Post Hill Press, 2022
The stampede of Trump supporters in and around the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021 was a big nothing, and a revolutionary event at the same time. The ultimate meaning and endpoint of January 6 has yet to be fully understood, but a decent overall account of the event has emerged from Julie Kelly, a reporter for American Greatness. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 414 Jason Kessler on The Writers’ Bloc
Jason Kessler was the very special guest on the last episode of The Writers’ Bloc with host Nick Jeelvy, where they discussed The Ray Epps affair and the state of the dissident movement in general, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
NOTE: All names in this memoir are fictional.
Last year I went to a Christmas party in St. Louis, given by a communications group: a catch-all for filmmakers, directors, actors, screenwriters, and the usual wannabes. Having written an award-winning screenplay some years ago, I’m more be than wanna, but the candle of my fifteen minutes of local fame has long since burned out. (more…)
Siberia: The Last Great White Refuge?
To the abject dismay and brooding disgruntlement of many of my Nordic brethren, I hate the winter with every last freckle on my shoulders and have often said that the best thing about European exploration and colonialism is that it enabled white people to finally live in places that had good weather. (more…)
On the Alleged Assassination Attempt on Baked Alaska
The Right-wing internet has been abuzz these last few days after the arrest of antifa terrorist Garrett James Smith, who was caught outside a Florida rally in support of January 6 prisoner Jeremy Brown. Because Baked Alaska was in attendance at this rally, people have been semi-ironically referring to the incident as the “failed assassination of Baked Alaska.”
Garrett Smith, an antifa activist, had moved back to Florida from Portland, where he was presumably radicalized, two months ago. (more…)
It seems a whole lifetime ago that we were free — not truly free, but free in comparison to whatever this is. It was a still a time of Jewish control, of subversion, and of the media and corporate power, and yet can any of us deny that it makes our current predicament seem like a complete dystopia? It was a time before the lockdowns, the Bantu riots, the police state, the regime. (more…)
As my mama always used to tell me, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, Jimmy, maybe that’s because there’s nothing nice to say.”
I’ve been sitting at the keyboard for hours trying to think of something nice to say about 2021, and the only good thing I can say is that it’s almost over. (more…)
With the Charlottesville and Rittenhouse trials both having recently concluded, it seems appropriate to discuss an important aspect of “Lady Justice” and her true, glorious identity that lurks behind the modern pseudo-myth.
The modern, normie conception of Lady Justice is as a woman holding scales and a sword, and most of all, blindfolded. (more…)
Nathan DeGrave is among the peaceful January 6 demonstrators who are being kept in the Washington, DC jail for practicing their supposed right to free speech and freedom of assembly. Their situation has been dire in an unimaginable hell. I cannot describe what these people are facing any better than the man who is living it now. Here is his message. (more…)
I never took a side in the Optics War. I only wondered why anyone thought it needed to be fought.
I realize I’m going against the general sentiment of nearly every other writer on this site and most of the readers by stating this, but I feel the entire Optics War was ill-advised, divisive, and destructive. And neither side came out in better shape as a result. (more…)
The Congress Has No Clothes: The Capitol Occupation & Post-Trumpian Populism
Audio version here
As an American observing Wednesday’s “mostly peaceful” protest at the Capitol from abroad, I admit I was taken by surprise. Foreign acquaintances had been asking me for months if anything dramatic would happen in relation to the election. While I was sure that a Trump victory would have led to BLM and Antifa violence on a scale we had never seen before, I assured everyone that in the event of a Biden win, discontent would be limited to the “proper political channels” and social media (more…)