A new style of meme has cropped up on our side of YouTube known as “Little Dark Age.” The gist of it is that there is a series of videos which play the catchy end of the song “Little Dark Age” by MGMT in the background as typical images of modern degeneracy are flashed on the screen. Midway through the video, which is usually a couple of minutes long, the song picks up, and nostalgic images of past Western glory replace the modern images. (more…)
Little Dark Age: Anthem of the Black-Pilled Bloomer
Mr. Garrison: Chef, what did you do when white people stole your culture?
Chef: Oh, well, we black people just always tried to stay out in front of them. (more…)
Memelord Dalí Remembering Salvador Dalí (May 11, 1904–January 23, 1989)
It’s the most basic thing in the world. You can look at a rock, think it’s a bear, and run away. Or you can glimpse a bear, assume it’s a rock, and get eaten. Over time, evolution will select for seeing bears, when in fact, ninety-nine times out of a hundred, it’s just rocks. Then clever fools will come and say that believing in a bear infestation is primitive superstition, and that they, taught by “science” and “logic,” have surmised that there are no bears among the rocks. In fact, bears do not even exist. (more…)
Chet Hanks, Tom Hanks’ aspiring rapper son, declared the upcoming season “white boy summer.”
“I got this feeling that this summer is going to be a white boy summer,” Hanks said in a viral Instagram video. He made sure to define what kind of “vanilla king” he was talking about. “I’m not talking about Trump, NASCAR-type white. (more…)
Any belief, no matter how desperately well-intentioned, in the efficacy and wisdom of democracy depends on the fundamentally flawed notion that the average voter is anything loftier than an easily frightened and brainwashed lab rat. (more…)
Let’s Reignite “It’s Okay To Be White”
And now for something SCARY! October 31 is not just All Hallow’s Eve. It is also It’s Okay to Be White day. It’s Okay to Be White is the best refutation of the white privilege/white supremacy dogma, since in a white supremacist society, people would not get hysterical about this meme. Dress up as a ghost and post them. Let’s gaslight the Left. (more…)
The UK establishment is currently shrieking in one voice about how the words “White Lives Matter” have no place in the UK. This is a massive self-own by the establishment and can only push people toward our camp. So, it is time to revive It’s Okay to be White. The same techniques can be used to spread the White Lives Matter message. Let’s make it happen. (more…)
The “Karen” meme has quickly spread like wildfire across Twitter. It’s a more easily referenced offshoot of the previously unnamed “I would like to speak to the manager” joke that was more broadly associated with tannie haircuts and Ray-Bans than anything else. Now that there’s a name for it, it’s easier to crack a joke, especially at the expense of those who seem to embody the trope’s worst attributes. (more…)
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“It’s Okay to be White” (IOTBW) first appeared in 2017. Three years later, it’s just as powerful as it was then, perhaps more so. It truly is a meme with no expiry date.
I was pleasantly surprised to see a fellow Scot spam the entire town of Perth with IOTBW stickers, provoking a silly over-reaction from Scotland’s Deputy First Minister John Swinney.
We are fast approaching peak clown world.
Many of us just want to run away and never look back.
But you know we can’t do that.
The solution is to focus on something productive instead.
That’s why I want to rekindle what is perhaps our most successful meme campaign ever, “It’s Okay To Be White.” (more…)
Why do we have such things as white Sharia?
I mean, it’s a funny meme, and sharing images of Ramzan “Ginger Sharia” Kadyrov to trigger jihad-watching BoomerCons is highly entertaining, but hardly anything is done just for the lulz. Now, whether there are people out there who sincerely support white Sharia is of no consequence. People support all sorts of stupid ideas, as the success of Scientology will attest. (more…)
I’ve got no inner monologue
I bow before the Synagogue
Maybe I’m an NPC, baby (more…)
God-Emperor from a Machine:
The Alt Right, Aesthetics, & Memetics
Meme war is nothing new or original in human history, but the battlefields we wage it on have completely transformed. (more…)
In our increasingly consumerist society, there is a growing desire for all things to become more quick, predictable, and satisfactory. This is perhaps most obvious in the development of fast-food and fast-food culture. (more…)
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This is Matthew Drake’s full interview with Greg Johnson. Please share widely on social media and subscribe to his YouTube channel.
One of the many interesting things about the election of Donald Trump is how spectacularly wrong the mainstream media were in their predictions. In part this was, quite obviously, loosely (?) coordinated psychological warfare designed to intimidate and demoralize potential Trump voters. But their predictive failure was also the result of a more organic phenomenon, one ultimately rooted in the same maelstrom of Jewish culture war that produced these coordinated efforts, but expressed in the concept of preference falsification, defined by the Turkish-American economist Timur Kuran (more…)
The Alternative Right & Imageboards
Defining the Alternative Right
The “Alternative Right” is an umbrella-term used to group-together a mass of Right-wing spheres; “Right-wing” meaning antiliberal, anti-egalitarian, and anti-Whig as an ultimate outlook (though with plenty of room for intercommunity disagreement). (more…)
Lord Kek Commands!
A Look at the Origins of Meme Magic
At Your Command: The First Classic Work by the Visionary Mystic Neville
New York: Snellgrove Publications, 1939; Tarcher Cornerstone Editions, 2016 (includes Mitch Horowitz’s essay on Neville’s life and work, “Neville Goddard: A Cosmic Philosopher”)
“Can a man decree a thing and have it come to pass? Most assuredly he can!” — Neville Goddard, At Your Command (more…)
Future historians will be endlessly fascinated by the intertwined media phenomena of Taylor Swift and Donald Trump during 2015-2016. The parallels and symbiosis of the two have been noted by many, particularly in the precincts of Twitter and the Alt Right, although no one’s ever studied the thing in depth.
Last April, I wrote an article for Counter-Currents called “What Would a Trump Presidency Mean for Europe?” In it, I — like so many others in our neck of the political woods — predicted that Trump would win the election, and I discussed the impact I thought his victory would have on the situation in Europe.
Catlady Ascendancy hierophant Hillary Clinton recently published a post on her campaign website blaspheming against the avatar Pepe, who is a meme incarnation of the Egyptian pagan god of chaos, Kek. The offensive post, “Donald Trump, Pepe the frog, and white supremacists: an explainer,” (more…)
Kek is a generous god. As Hillary Clinton collapsed on the street and the media was finally forced to cover what only Alt Right shitposters have been discussing for weeks, it was hard not to believe the ancient lord of chaos was smiling upon us. Some of us have always believed. And even as this is written, stern faced reporters on MSNBC are discussing an official statement from the Hillary Clinton campaign denouncing “Pepe,” because “that cartoon frog is more sinister than you may realize.” (more…)
God-Emperor Trump & Lord Kek
Toward an Alt-Right Religion
We in the Alt Right tend to regard our internal religious debates as pointless and divisive; Atheist or Anglican or Asatru, we feel, target each other for denunciation or proselytization only to the detriment of our cause. Thus we often adopt a playful cynicism when dealing with the subject of religion so as to avoid intragroup strife and hurt feels. (more…)
Yes, this is a listicle. The (((New York Times))) recently ran an article titled “For Whites Sensing Decline, Donald Trump Unleashes Words of Resistance,” which contains a good survey of archetypical anti-Trump commenters. It should be noted that I have been following their coverage for a long time, and this particular article actually had a lot of pro-Trump comments. (more…)
We were told that the Left’s concern over gay marriage was about wanting to expand specific, concrete benefits entailed by the marriage certificate to homosexuals. Foremost amongst these benefits, at least as far as rhetoric was concerned, was hospital visitation rights. (more…)
In the last few days, there have been no less than 5 major publications posting articles “exposing” the way people are using punctuation to seemingly “track Jewish people” online. (more…)
Donning a Popular Face:
How the Alt-Right is Winning the Meme War
The alt-right position on Donald Trump has since the get-go been to use him to further our message. This policy continues to bear fruit, especially through our memes and infamous trolling of Twitter. Our shitposts, effortposts, and textbook raid tactics have successfully and successively stricken ((((journalists)))) across the political spectrum, from conservative outlets like Breitbart and National Review to the decidedly un-conservative New York Times, with Prussian precision. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 157
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Greg Johnson interviews the legendary hacker and internet troll Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer. (more…)