An Old-Time Liberal Offers a Clear-Sighted View of America’s Endless Wars
War Made Invisible: How America Hides the Human Toll of Its Military Machine
New York: The New Press, 2023
Norman Solomon is one of those rare, honest, old-time liberals who genuinely questions the narratives of the mainstream media and the foreign policy establishment. He was a delegate for Bernie Sanders in 2016. (more…)
Teša Tešanović is one of the most famous vloggers in Serbia and the countries of the former Yugoslavia. On the occasion of a trip to Budapest, he gave an interview to the Hungarian Right-wing website Magyar Jelen. The Visegrád Post here offers you the English version of this interview. (more…)
January 25, 2023 Counter-Currents Radio
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 520
Inside Serbia with Marko of Zentropa
Marko of Zentropa was host Nick Jeelvy‘s guest on the latest broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc, where they took a look inside Serbia: its internal politics, the current Kosovo crisis, and the country’s geopolitical alignment. It is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
August 3, 2022 Counter-Currents Radio
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 472 Hwitgeard on The Writers’ Bloc
The Writers’ Bloc had their good friend Hwitegeard over for a friendly, low-intensity chinwag with host Nick Jeelvy, where they also answered listener questions, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:07:00 How does one speak Anglo-Saxon and what does it sound like? (more…)
English original here
Jak jsem uvedl ve svém předchozím článku, kde jsem proběhnuvší maďarské volby zasadil do širšího kontextu, očekávání pravice byla skromná. Průzkumy sice naznačovaly, že Viktor Orbán a jeho strana Fidesz s největší pravděpodobností budou vládnout i čtvrté volební období v řadě (celkově páté), ale průzkumy se často mýlí. Mnozí se obávali, že levicově-liberální opozice, která poprvé vystupovala jako jednotný blok, by ho mohla sesadit, nebo přinejmenším snížit podporu Fideszu a upřít mu nadpoloviční většinu v parlamentu, které se těší nepřetržitě od roku 2010. (more…)
Every industry has its own best practices, including that of advocating for some form of social change. There is a menu of tactics one can choose to effect social change that range from all-out civil war to insurgency to non-violent civil resistance. (more…)
Czech version here
As I related in my previous article explaining the background to yesterday’s national election in Hungary, expectations on the Right were modest going into it. While the polls indicated that Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party would most likely win a fourth consecutive term in office (his fifth overall), polls are often wrong. Many feared that the Left-liberal opposition, which for the first time was acting as a united bloc, could unseat him, or at the very least reduce Fidesz’s support and deny them a supermajority in Parliament, as they have enjoyed continuously since 2010. (more…)
“Untruth did not begin with us; nor will it end with us.” — Alexander Solzhenitsyn
In June 2016, in what seems like light-years away in the continuing coming apart of American society, The Unz Review posted a piece by Israel Shamir, “The Untouchable Mr. Browder”. That Mr. Browder turned out to be William F. Browder, Chief Executive Officer of Hermitage Capital Management. Bill Browder, as he is known, is the self-declared “No. 1. Enemy of Vladimir Putin,” which he expounds upon in a 2020, 25-minute audio-only YouTube interview hosted by the University of Chicago. (more…)
The Open Society Playbook
Quakertown, Pa.: Antelope Hill, 2021
There should be no mystery about globalism after reading Scott Howard’s latest book, The Open Society Playbook. In it, Howard reveals an astonishing amount of research and insight into the nebulous forces which are currently dragging us into a bleak and uncertain future. (more…)
Editor’s note: This is a transcript of Robert Stark’s July 4, 2016 interview with Charles Krafft. We would like to thank Hyacinth Bouquet for this transcript.
Robert Stark: This is Robert Stark. I am joined here with Charles Krafft. Charles, it is great having you on the show.
Charles Krafft: Well, thank you; and nice to talk to you again, Robert. (more…)
Imagine drinking beer with your neighbor. Imagine your families having a barbecue. Imagine helping your neighbor fix his vehicle, which is notorious for breaking down at inopportune moments. Imagine your neighbor picking your kids up from school because you can’t get out of work.
Then imagine that the next day, you’re shooting your neighbor, burning his house down, killing his sons, and raping his daughters. Oh, and you appropriate his car for your use afterward. (more…)
Fascism: A Warning
New York: Harper Collins Publishing, 2018
Although many on the Right saw Bill Clinton as the devil incarnate, I’d like to first point out that the Clinton Administration was not entirely evil. Clinton’s first crisis was the Haitian refugee swarm, which he turned back. Clinton also attempted the sort of immigration reform we could get behind (more…)