Pox Populi and American Krogan (Substack, Telegram) were host Nick Jeelvy‘s guests on the latest broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc, where they discussed the Italian election results, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
February 18, 2020 Fenek Solère 14 comments
Et tu, Brute?
In what is quite clearly emerging as a worldwide Deep State tactic to hamstring the rise of national populism wherever “the system” sees it raising its ugly head, we have — closely following the Trump impeachment saga and the arraignment of Marine Le Pen for posting violent ISIS images on her Twitter account — the withdrawal of the right to immunity for Matteo Salvini, (more…)
February 13, 2020 Nicholas R. Jeelvy 9 comments
If You Build It, They Will Come: On the Importance of Political Infrastructure
Show of hands, who here remembers the groypers? Who remembers the Groyper War? Who remembers the plague of frogs which descended upon Conservative Inc.? Who remembers Counter-Currents’ blow-by-blow coverage of the events? Who remembers the incisive analysis, the reports from the trenches, and even the humorous retrospective? (more…)
February 10, 2020 Fenek Solère 10 comments
Crossing the Rubicon
“Ālea iacta est” — “The die has been cast” — Julius Caesar.
My heart sank when I saw the flash mob, nicknamed the Sardines, crowding the 15th-century Piazza Maggiore in Bologna to oppose Matteo Salvini’s Lega campaign launch in the PalaDozza, waving their banners and chanting their slogan: “Bologna non si Lega!” (more…)
January 25, 2019 Eordred 11 comments
The State of European Populism
Since the American Alt Right fell apart, many commentators and outlets which formerly identified as “Alt Right” have started pointing towards European populism as an example to follow, and are often heard to say that the nationalist cause is much further ahead in Europe. As a European, I would like to comment on this, based on the Dutch populist movement, which is relatively strong for a Western European country. (more…)