Once again, a deluge of digital detritus washed in on my MS Edge start page. This cybernetic flotsam always gives me such hope for the future of humanity that it warms my flinty little heart. As usual, I just can’t help sharing. Here I’ll give special recognition to blacks, the race that has done so much to make the United States the wonderful place it is today. (more…)
Comparing Monogamous & Polygamous Men, Part 2: Case Studies
Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)
Case Studies of Polygamous White Men
Although white men have probably been the most monogamous historically, not all exhibit the phenotype:
- Charles Lindbergh, the first man to fly an airplane across the Atlantic Ocean, sired six children with his American wife, Anne Morrow, in addition to a combined five children to two women from Bavaria, as well as two with Valeska, an East Prussian aristocrat who was his private secretary in Europe. (more…)
Comparing Monogamous & Polygamous Men, Part 1: Race, Ancestry, Character Traits, & Physical Characteristics
Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 here)
Ancestral mating patterns reconstructed from DNA reveal that “the pair-bond is a ubiquitous feature most commonly observed in the form of serial monogamy.” In other words, having one spouse is the norm for humans.
An undercurrent of polygamy has coexisted with the monogamal norm, however. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 373 The Writers’ Bloc with Nick Jeelvy & F. Roger Devlin
117 words / 1:34:28
Nick Jeelvy was joined by F. Roger Devlin, the author of the now-classic Sexual Utopia in Power, to discuss the women question and what is to be done about it on the latest episode of The Writers’ Bloc, and it is now available for download and online listening. Topics discussed include:
The origin of the problem between the sexes
Hypergamy vs. monogamy
What is the solution?
Polygamy for high-status men
The origin of monogamy
Attraction to social status (more…)
Come, you spirits
That tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here,
And fill me from the crown to the toe top-full
Of direst cruelty! make thick my blood;
Stop up the access and passage to remorse,
That no compunctious visitings of nature
Shake my fell purpose, nor keep peace between
The effect and it! Come to my woman’s breasts,
And take my milk for gall, you murdering ministers,
Wherever in your sightless substances
You wait on nature’s mischief! (more…)
What would politics be without sex scandals? Everyone knows lawmakers often engage in lurid affairs and try to keep their private lives out of the public eye. When they get caught, it’s front-page news and red meat for late-night comedy.
The latest political sex scandal is different from the past ones, however. It doesn’t feature a powerful man frequenting high-end hookers or jet-setting off with a hot young staffer. (more…)
Notes on Revolution in Chuck Palahniuk’s Adjustment Day
Chuck Palahniuk’s Adjustment Day is a highly imaginative and entertaining novel that reflects a long and deep immersion in the online world of White Nationalism, from the best of it to the worst and all shades in between.
I don’t have much to add to the reviews of Adjustment Day by Jef Costello and James O’Meara, so I wish to focus here on some of Palahniuk’s thoughts about how an ethnonationalist revolution might occur, and how it might go wrong. (more…)
A popular argument is that terrorism is fundamentally a reaction to US foreign policy – that even if Islamic terrorists couch their anger in religious sentiments, indeed even if they believe that the US is in fact a “Great Satan” (more…)
German translation here
A myth of our time is that the Western family still exists. We assume it does despite abundant evidence to the contrary. This can be accounted for by the psychological persistence of outdated experience, and a mass media that subconsciously insinuates false perceptions.
Because the image of the family exists in our collective consciousness and, in some cases, our own personal recollections of a white world, we mistakenly assume it exists in real life as well. But it does not. The family has been obliterated, shattered. (more…)
Of Costner, Corpses, & Conception:
Mother’s Day Meditations on The Untouchables & The Big Chill
Okay, I missed Mother’s Day, but hey, every day’s a holiday for the unemployed! So, in the holiday spirit, I offer some Second Thoughts on a couple of films recently discussed here.
“Man developed in Africa. He has not continued to do so there.” — P. J. O’Rourke
Andrew Hamilton recently reviewed Lawrence H. Keeley’s anthropological treatise War Before Civilization. Keeley’s book delivers an excellent (and very accessible) debunking of the popular notion that precivilized humans were more pacific than civilized ones. They weren’t. (more…)
Go East, Old Man!
Richard Bernstein’s The East, the West, & Sex
The East, the West, and Sex: A History of Erotic Encounters
New York: Knopf, 2009
It’s no secret that Asian women and white men seem to have a good deal of mutual attraction. Richard Bernstein, a Jew married to an Asian woman, tries to put this into a historical context. Reading his book gives an idea of how unique Western ideas of sex and marriage truly have been. (more…)