Regina Jackson & Saira Rao
White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How to Do Better
London: Penguin Books, 2022 (more…)
In days gone by during times of economic collapse and social uncertainty, non-white minorities were convenient scapegoats. Looking back on things, some minority groups were actually tremendous scapegoats — they were so effortlessly unlikable that you couldn’t even tell they were being scapegoated. You just naturally assumed they were to blame. (more…)
George Floyd most likely never met Rodney King. They are both dead. Their lives really “made a difference.” It would be good for them to meet. Comparatively speaking, that is.
The difference these particular agents of the feral underclass made was to turn race-rioting on a colossal scale into a form of “righteous” self-expression — but only for a chosen people. (more…)
From the very start of the conflict in Ukraine I’ve made clear that I don’t take a side, because the very fact that a World War is brewing while the world economy is already teetering on collapse will be bad for the United States no matter who wins, assuming that there will be any winners when the radioactive dust settles. (more…)
One of the more fascinating spectacles of the twentieth century’s totalitarian smoke and mirrors was the show trial, courtesy of Joseph Stalin. With his Leninist view of history and its underlying theme of the triumphal ascendency of the Socialist Man as the thematic driver, the show trial — a fake legal proceeding with built-in theatrics — would become the national stage for an elaborate morality play and “teachable moment” that affirmed the moral perfection of Big Brother. (more…)
Man Runs Over and Kills Republican “Extremist” With His Car
In case you haven’t heard — because almost no one in the mainstream media has made a peep about it — in the early morning hours of Sunday, September 18, a drunken North Dakota man purposely ran over and killed an 18-year-old male after a “political argument.” He then fled the scene, called 911, and told them he thought his victim was a member of a Republican “extremist group.” A police affidavit states that the perpetrator “admitted to striking the pedestrian with his car because he had a political argument with the pedestrian.” (more…)
Editor’s Note: Dominic Kennedy, who is Investigations Editor at The Times of London, spent well over a year trying to dox an obscure British nationalist YouTuber who goes by “The Ayatollah” (his recent appearance on Counter-Currents Radio is here). When he learned The Ayatollah’s identity, he sent him 63 questions, which he answers below.
Why do you run a racist YouTube channel? (more…)
The coverage of the ongoing water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi signifies much that has become dysfunctional in modern America. If future historians (Hey, guys!) are ever searching for a symbol of the great American decline during its latter days, they could do a lot worse than this.
Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán set himself a very high rhetorical bar with his speech in Transylvania in July. In one sense it could be seen as a sort of “coming attractions” for his Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) speech in Texas, which he gave less than two weeks later. (more…)
As if black children didn’t already suffer a tremendous disadvantage merely by, you know, being born as black children, now they must suffer the unbearable agony of being snubbed by Muppets and giant cartoon mice.
About two weeks ago, a black mother named Jodi Brown received national attention by posting a video of her two young daughters apparently being snubbed by a giant hairy blue Muppet known as “Rosita” — to my knowledge, the only bilingual Muppet whose origin story says she was born in Mexico — at the Sesame Place theme park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, which is about a half-hour drive north of Philadelphia. (more…)
Paul Beaumont, compiler
Serviam: The Political Ideology of Adrien Arcand
Quakertown, Pa.: Antelope Hill Publishing, 2022
“Serviam,” or “I will serve,” was said to be the answer to Lucifer from the Archangel Michael when Lucifer told God that he would not serve. Serviam was also the motto of Adrien Arcand’s Christian national-corporatist movement before and after the World War, as well as the name of his post-war magazine. (more…)