Roughly nine years ago, when I’d filed for divorce and was sending out feelers to see if anyone in this dismally unexceptional and lopsidedly negroidal metro area known as Greater Atlanta could recommend a good landlord or rental agency, I contacted a woman I knew in town to see if she had any leads for apartments. (more…)
Nothing exists; Even if something exists, nothing can be known about it; and. Even if something can be known about it, knowledge about it can’t be communicated to others. Even if it can be communicated, it cannot be understood.
— Gorgias of Leontinoi, circa 427 BC (more…)
Here’s What You Missed Behind the Paywall!Humorous Masquerades: The Rise of Anglo-Franco Melodrama
On April 19, Counter-Currents instituted a paywall for articles and podcasts that will be made freely available 30 days later. This article by Kathryn S. was one of the first items to go behind the paywall, and is now one of the first items to be released to everyone else. More information about how to get behind the paywall can be found below. (more…)
This past winter I lost my last grandparent — the most stubborn one, still to the end a strict English schoolteacher after having long since retired from the profession in the 1970s. She suffered through the desegregation years while working at Marshall High and was never dishonest about the experience. She possessed that combination of Southern decorum and irascible (and accurate) bluntness, which gave her the ability to reduce anyone, including 250-pound, six-foot-three black football players, to tears. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 281
Kevin MacDonald & Ricardo Duchesne
On the Counter-Currents Radio fundraiser livestream for July 12th, Greg Johnson is joined by special guests Kevin MacDonald and Ricardo Duchesne to discuss Kevin’s book Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition, Ricardo’s The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, and the light they throw on contemporary anti-white hysteria. We also answer questions from listeners. (more…)
“PC is for Squares, Man”
Alan Watts & the Game of Trump
“Why . . . so . . . serious?” — The Joker
“It’s all a joke.” — The Comedian
“All humane people should admit that they are jokers; that they are playing games and playing tricks. That I am doing it on you—I am most ready to admit this. I hoaxed you all into coming here to tell you . . . what?” [laughs loudly, crowd laughs] — Alan Watts (more…)
Man: Would you consider sleeping with me for a million dollars?
Woman: Well . . . I guess so.
Man: How about ten dollars?
Woman [angrily]: Do you think I’m a whore?
Man: Yes, we’re just haggling over the price.
This came to my mind when I saw coverage and comment on the usual Black Friday frenzy, (more…)
“The way some conservatives talk about the border children is racist and revolting.” Is it a headline from Salon.com? Or from the parody twitter account banned for too closely resembling the original?
Nope. It’s everyone’s favorite left-libertarian race cuck, Jack Hunter, the Antifa Avenger, serving up a microwaved bowl of moralpreening vomit seasoned with lies and clichés that could have been copy and pasted from the comments section at The Huffington Post.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the second movie in the rebooted Planet of the Apes series, establishes this as a superior franchise inviting comparisons with Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy.
There’s no surer sign of a scam than an appeal to conscience by a politician – unless it’s one by a journalist.
The “humanitarian crisis” on the Southern border is instructive because the usual suspects aren’t bothering with the standard propaganda. (more…)
Spanish translation here
Carl Schmitt’s two essays on “The Tyranny of Values” (1959 and 1967) are typical of his work. They contain simple and illuminating ideas which are nevertheless quite difficult to piece together because Schmitt presents them only through complex conversations with other thinkers and schools of thought. (more…)