English original here
هذا هو نص الخطاب الذي ألقيته في مؤتمر Erkenbrand في هولندا يوم السبت 3 نوفمبر 2018. وأود أن أشكر منظمي Erkenbrand وجميع الحاضرين.
لدي أخبار جيدة وأخبار سيئة. (more…)
English original here
Ceci est mon discours à la troisième Conférence d’Erkenbrand aux Pays-Bas le samedi 3 novembre 2018.
J’ai de bonnes et de mauvaises nouvelles.
La bonne nouvelle est que tout le monde aime recevoir de bonnes nouvelles. Il est facile d’apporter de bonnes nouvelles et facile d’en recevoir. (more…)
There will come a time when you will no longer be able to behold the simple beauty of a white dove or enjoy a savory plate of whitefish due to these creatures’ undeniable links to the Ku Klux Klan.
In the ongoing stampede to purge history and nomenclature of anything that would remotely suggest there were ever any redeeming qualities to white people, ornithologists and ichthyologists are marching arm-in-arm with entomologists (more…)
The George Floyd saga cemented the fact that in modern America, if you’re black and something bad happens to you, it’s BECAUSE you’re black. (more…)
Editor’s note: Unfortunately, Mark Gullick is unable to contribute at present due to his current detention in Central America. Doing charity work and, you know, what have you. However, Counter-Currents is proud to be able to publish an excerpt from the working diary of Oxbridge University’s Diversity, Inclusivity, Pride, Solidarity, Heteronegativity, Indigenousness, and Transexuality Directrix, Suki Mombasa. (more…)
What is it like to be a social media censor? I have no direct knowledge. In fact, I’d prefer to become a male prostitute than do a thing like that. (I’d rather sell my body than my personal integrity.) However, the article “The secret lives of Facebook moderators in America” does have some insights on the subject. (more…)
The Western dominated American pop culture until the early 1970s, when it suddenly winked out like an aging athlete. TV was infested with Westerns. Jonathan Winters once complained that though he loved Westerns, he didn’t like “fifteen of them in a row.” It sure seemed that way. (more…)
I hear it’s that time of year again when woke capital takes time out of its busy schedule to celebrate sexual deviancy and the courage of the gays. As has become customary, I will now use this time to reflect on the past — specifically, the 2001 French comedy Le Placard (The Closet). (more…)
Cricket. Not as homely as “mom and apple pie,” but, to the Englishman, just as evocative of home. If American readers don’t know the game, I won’t attempt to explain more than to say it’s the one that is played by what look like hospital interns using bookshelves as bats who attempt to swat a baseball-sized, rock-hard, red leather ball hurled by a bowler (more…)
Last Thursday, the US Supreme Court was scheduled to review a lawsuit by a black man who’d worked in Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas, claiming he’d been subjected to a hostile work environment after seeing “the N-word” carved into an elevator wall at the hospital. (more…)