Tag: New York
A self-proclaimed “lit content creator” named Kai Cenat caused a riot this past Friday. The obnoxious black hood rat, who has millions of followers on Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter, hosted a giveaway in Union Square in New York City. Did he follow the proper procedures to get a permit for such a large gathering? Of course he did not. Kai Cenat and another black Twitch streamer named Fanum were on hand to preside over this modern-day potlatch. (more…)
A Detroit reporter resigned when she allegedly used a racial epithet while in conversation with a colleague in 2016. The allegations against her were dodgy at best, but it nonetheless prompted her to hang up her microphone in favor of less violent pastures. It was alleged by a notorious black agitator named Sam Riddle that the reporter, Lauren Podell, an attractive blonde journalist for an NBC local affiliate, WDIV-TV in Detroit, said, “I’m tired of reporting on these niggers killing one another in Detroit.” Even in 2016, that was a taboo statement to make — albeit the allegations against her were never substantiated. (more…)
The (So-Called) New York “Thought Criminals” & the “Intellectual Dark Web”
Every few months or so, a mainstream news outlet rolls out another puff piece on “national conservatism,” Curtis Yarvin and Neoreaction, the “Dimes Square” scene, or the so-called “Intellectual Dark Web” (IDW). These subcultures have little in common apart from the fact that they are all vaguely Right-wing movements that evade the topic of race — and the media are keen to platform alternative political subcultures that do not address demographic displacement. Last year, Vanity Fair published a lengthy article on America’s “New Right” that discussed a range of Dissident Right figures and trends, but did not make a single mention of Counter-Currents or White Nationalism. (more…)
After nearly 20 years of exile in New York City, I recently returned home to the South. I went to New York for a job and arrived full of hope, delighted at the prospect of a new life in “the greatest city in the world.” My preconceptions about the city were almost all positive, and, as I later discovered, heavily romanticized. (more…)
I remember a time — long ago, almost antediluvian — when a consumer could go on Amazon and simply purchase a Greg Johnson book. As an avid film enthusiast, one of my first Counter-Currents acquisitions was Trevor Lynch’s White Nationalist Guide to the Movies. The book’s perspective was fresh, and the elevation of vaguely Right-Wing themes or undertones in certain films was something that prompted me to go back and rewatch several of the movies examined. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 438 Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson
Last weekend’s Ask Me Anything on Counter-Currents Radio with Greg Johnson is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:36 What do you like in New York?
05:59 What is your favorite Decameron Film Festival episode so far?
06:38 What are your thoughts on the Coach Red Pill saga?
15:46 Who is really in charge in the Biden administration? (more…)
No Country for Old Ghosts: A Literary Tour of Gothic America
As an American, I find European theories about this country and its character intriguing (or amusing) — particularly those formed from intimate experience. Of course, such theories presuppose that there is and has been such a thing as “the American people,” or “ethny” from which to draw an assessment. I submit two, not quite antithetical, but competing European judgments about the United States. (more…)