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Tony Blinken’s Cringe American Myth

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Joe Biden’s cabinet promises to restore globalism to its previous dominance. Gone are any hints of America First or aspirations to pull back from foreign hellholes. Liberal interventionism will be the Biden administration’s credo.

Biden’s pick to be the next Secretary of State, Tony Blinken, encapsulates the cabinet’s worldview. Read more …

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The Vanishing Tradition:
Perspectives on American Conservatism

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Paul Gottfried, editor
The Vanishing Tradition: Perspectives on American Conservatism
DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2020

The Vanishing Tradition is an anthology edited by Paul Gottfried, and owing to its structure, a proper review is not really possible. Rather, I will individually summarize and comment on each contribution to the anthology. Read more …

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The Other Face of Terror

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The Other Face of Terror (1984)
Directed by Ludi Boeken
BBC Channel Four

I came to realize there was a common motivating factor. It was hatred.

— Ray Hill

Ray Hill’s corpulent face and receding hairline fill the screen. He plucks a membership card for the secretive Column 88 out of an outsize jacket pocket, Read more …

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Ibram X Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist

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Ibram X. Kendi
How to Be an Antiracist
New York: One World, 2019

I recently ran across a copy of How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi, neé Rogers. I figured it would be a good opportunity to get rid of some of that unearned white privilege. Heck, who needs all that extra baggage, right? Read more …

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The Second Civil War:
Did a 1997 HBO Film Accidentally Presage Today’s America?

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In 1998, when I was 12 years old, my father and I were watching television one evening when we stumbled upon an HBO made-for-TV movie called The Second Civil War.

The film has been largely forgotten in the years since, but its content — and the eerily accurate predictions within it — are quite astounding to behold today, 22 years later.

The film was directed by Joe Dante and has an ensemble cast featuring Denis Leary, Dan Hedaya, James Earl Jones, Beau Bridges, Phil Hartman, Read more …

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Remembering Henry Williamson
(December 1, 1895-August 13, 1977)

Henry Williamson

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In commemoration of the birthday of the great English novelist, ecologist, and racial nationalist Henry Williamson, I wish to draw your attention to some articles on this site:

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 22-28, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Dancing for Dollars, 2020.

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If white Americans kissed black America’s ass any harder, black America’s steatopygian ass would have a visible hickey — possibly even bleeding welts.

And yet the harder that white Americans try to appease blacks, blacks act less and less appeased.

While campaigning for the presidency in 2008, Barack Obama made a point of mentioning that he was black and that some people wouldn’t like the fact that he’s black. Read more …

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Hillbilly Elegy:
Movie vs. Book

J. D. Vance.

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There are many odd and irksome things about the new Hillbilly Elegy movie on Netflix. For my money, the strangest aspect of the production is that it has only a superficial resemblance to J. D. Vance’s 2016 book. It’s as though you were to make a movie of Moby-Dick, knowing only that it has a ship and a white spermaceti whale and a mad captain who stumps around on a peg-leg. Read more …

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The Greatest Jewish Joke Ever Told

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So, did you hear the one about the Jewish comedian?

The joke I am about to tell is probably the most sophisticated joke I have ever heard. It is so breathtakingly multifaceted, that it may even lose some of its humor as its punch line keeps bouncing in the squash court of your mind Read more …

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Heroic Road Songs

Simon Marmion, The Eight Phases of the Song of Roland, ca. 15th century.

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I sold my car before moving to Europe a few years ago. I had this car for several years and took it on various road trips across the US. During a few of these trips, I thought about The Song of Roland, the French poem from the 11th century. From tales of tragedy to stories of heroism, this epic poem has given me a lot to think about during the various road trips of my life. Read more …

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Sun & Steel:
The Tatenokai Phenomenon in Brief

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In post-1945 Japan — as in most of the states that lost in World War II — American occupation brought about radical political and social changes. In the 1946 to 1948 Tokyo trial (similar to Nuremberg), several leaders of the war cabinet were sentenced to death or long prison terms. It was also stipulated in the constitution that Japan cannot have its own armed forces, only Jieitai (Japan Self Defense Forces), a small number of volunteers for self-defense purposes. Read more …

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Fox News & the Boomer Question

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Fox News’ coverage of the 2020 election alienated much of their viewership. The network was the first to call Arizona for Biden, refused to call Florida for Trump even when 90% of the votes had been counted, and declared Biden the winner of the election. Fox News’ ratings have since declined, and many white Trump supporters Read more …

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Black Friday Special
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

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Audio version: To listen in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save target or link as.”

Translations: Danish, French

Did the system cancel your Thanksgiving? Time to cancel their Black Friday.

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Video of the Day:
Poetry With a Splash of Blood

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In the latest episode of Guide to Kulchur, Greg Johnson, Guillaume Durocher, and Ty E join Fróði Midjord to discuss the life and art of Yukio Mishima. On November 25th, 50 years ago, Mishima committed ritual suicide to inspire the Japanese to return to their aristocratic honor culture.

The episode is archived on BitChute (video) and Spreaker (audio only). Guide to Kulchur streams live on DLive every Tuesday at 2:00 PM Eastern Time / 20:00 CET.
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A Totally Racist Thanksgiving

Phil Eiger Newmann, Red Lives Matter, 2020.

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I’m not much of a holiday-celebratin’ guy, but if I had to pick my favorite, it would probably be Thanksgiving, and merely for the basic gustatory pleasures it provides. I could eat turkey, stuffing, and sweet potatoes three times a day for the rest of my life and never tire of it.

But as with everything these days, there are legions of carcinogenically bitter social-justice scolds who have made it their fundamental project to squeeze the fun out of everything as if they wake up every morning hoping to choke a baby piglet to death. Read more …

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Biology of Ideology, Part I:
How to Win a Civil War

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TWIST ENDING: What if you woke up on the precipice and realized you were about to punch or murder a Nazi over a biological quirk?

I know, you thought I was fixing to say “The best way to win a civil war is not to play!” and really, that’s kinda true too. Read more …

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Bitcoin Basics

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To get started in Bitcoin, you need to learn a few basic skills and concepts. I’ve listed the key skills here. There are many different Bitcoin wallets and exchanges, and the best ones depend on which country you are in. So doing a comprehensive step-by-step guide for everyone would be too much. My goal here is to point you in the right Read more …

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Feast Your Mind at Counter-Currents
Happy Thanksgiving!

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On behalf of everyone at Counter-Currents, I want to wish all our US readers safe travels and a happy Thanksgiving. (And please don’t let your dogs eat turkey bones.) Here are a few past articles on Thanksgiving for your edification: Read more …

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The Meaning of Mishima’s Death

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It was fifty years ago today that Yukio Mishima, one of Japan’s most celebrated men of letters and an ardent man of the Right, committed suicide at the age of forty-five. What happened, and what did it mean?

On November 25, 1970, Mishima and four followers wearing the uniforms of his private militia group the Shield Society (Tatenokai) visited the Ichigaya Barracks of the Japan Self-Defense Force (the Jieitai). Read more …

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Meet The Whites Who Voted Against Trump

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Last week I wrote “White America Still Voted For Trump.” This is still true — 58% of white Americans backed nationalism. However, there is a group of whites who rejected nationalism and voted for a return of the corrupt status quo: affluent whites. This demographic played a major role in Joe Biden’s alleged victory, Read more …

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Remembering Yukio Mishima
(January 14, 1925–November 25, 1970)

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Spanish translation here

Yukio Mishima was one of the giants of 20th-century Japanese literature. He has exercised an enduring influence on the post-World War II European and North American New Right. In commemoration of his birth, I wish to draw your attention to the following works on this website: Read more …

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“Thankful” . . . for What, Exactly?

Franck Antoine-Bail, Cutting the Pumpkin, 1910.

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In a few days, we Americans are supposed to be “giving thanks.” This normally involves getting together with members of your extended family and feasting. Turkey. Stuffing. Biscuits. Blasphemous, unnameable casseroles that combine foods man was never meant to combine, concealed beneath dubious sauces. With the exception of families that say grace before eating, most American Thanksgiving dinners seldom involve anyone actually discussing what they have to be thankful for. Given that the year is 2020, it may be best that we continue to observe this latter custom. Read more …

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Interview with Anthony Coulter, Illustrator of Spencer Quinn’s My Mirror Tells a Story

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Greg Johnson: Anthony, tell us about your contribution to this project. How did you and Spencer collaborate?

Anthony Coulter: Spencer came to me with a basic script and I sketched out the characters and scenes Read more …

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Ruuben Kaalep on the Intermarium

Ruuben Kaalep

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At the end of summer, Ruuben Kaalep came to Hungary at the invitation of the Hungarian nationalist party Mi Hazánk (Our Homeland). Ruuben Kaalep is one of the main advocates for the Intermarium project, a political and geostrategic plan aiming to regroup the Baltic countries, the Visegrád 4, Ukraine, Croatia, Slovenia, Belarus, Moldova, and Romania, forming a kind of a triangle between the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea, and the Adriatic Sea. Read more …

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The Worst Week Yet:
November 15-21, 2020

Phil Eiger Newmann, Killjoy Was Here, 2020.

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The nights grow long and dark and cold. I’ve often suspected that Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year’s are merely three sedatives we administer ourselves to collectively brace for the gaping black icy void in the months that follow when the sun never seems to shine and the plants refuse to grow. Read more …

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Groypers On the March

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“The groyper thing is going to burn out fairly soon (don’t believe me? Let’s talk again next fall).”

— David Cole, November 26, 2019

When I heard about the upcoming Million MAGA March, I was torn as to whether I wanted to go. I generally despise traveling. I knew I should go but I really, really didn’t want to. And yet, something told me that if I didn’t go, I would regret it.[1] Read more …

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The Great Thanksgiving Reset

Michael Drolling, The Wrath of Achilles, 1819.

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Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays. Along with eating turkey and pumpkin pie, it is a day where I reflect on all the things that I am thankful for in my life. As our governments take advantage of the COVID lockdowns to impose draconian measures and the Great Reset, I found myself feeling more angry than thankful Read more …

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Loving Tim Pool

Tim Pool

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It’s always interesting when I find someone who shares a clean sweep of my politics but for largely different reasons. Such a person seems completely in line with my outlook, but really isn’t. Although in Tim Pool’s case, I’ll bet that he is and just doesn’t realize it yet.

For the past several months Tim Pool has been banging the Trump drum. Read more …

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Mentor Porn

Josip Broz Tito and Sophia Loren, presumably post-coitus.

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Yes, fellows, it’s that time of year again. Once again, the extremely online youth will foreswear masturbation for a whole month in a ritual known as No Nut November. One of the few salutary phenomena to arise out of social media culture, it will at some point in the future be heralded as an antecedent of whatever ideological/religious Read more …

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Remembering P. R. Stephensen
(November 20, 1901-May 28, 1965)

P. R. Stephensen, circa 1934

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Percy Reginald Stephensen was born on November 20, 1901. Stephensen was a writer, publisher, and political activist dedicated to the interests of the white race and the Australian nation. Like Jack London, Stephensen was an archetypal man of the racially conscious Left. He began his political career as a Communist but later moved to the nationalistic, anti-Semitic Right. From 1942 to 1945, he was interned without trial for his pro-German and pro-Japanese sympathies.

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