Leonardio Heredia (Telegram, YouTube) was Nick Jeelvy‘s guest on the latest broadcast of The Writers’ Bloc, explaining the racial and demographic situation in Argentina and offering his speculations on the Scythian origins of white people, a link between Basques and Armenians, and the presence of Norsemen in pre-Colombian Argentina. (more…)
Tag: South America
September 13, 2022 Counter-Currents Radio 3 comments
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 484 New Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson
Greg Johnson did a new solo Ask Me Anything on the latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
June 23, 2021 Lipton Matthews 13 comments
The Legacy of Western Colonialism
Despite gaining currency, we are yet to understand the exasperation of the anti-colonialism movement. Frequently, activists denounce colonialism without giving just cause. (more…)
November 11, 2019 Francisco Albanese 8 comments
Communist Entropy in the Chilean Miracle
For years, contemporary Chile was considered a remarkable demonstration of the inevitable triumph of economic and political liberalism. (more…)
English original here
Die Südspitze Südamerikas durchquert Chile, Argentinien und Uruguay, die Landschaften und Klimazonen aufweisen, die denen in Europa und Nordamerika sehr ähnlich sind.
Ebenso ist die Südspitze auch die Heimat vieler Europäer. Obwohl Chile mehrheitlich nicht-weiß (mestizisch) ist, sind Argentinien und Uruguay vor allem europäisch, insbesondere spanisch geprägt. (more…)
German translation here
The Southern Cone of South America encompasses Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay, which have landscapes and climates much like those of Europe and North America.
The Southern Cone is also the home of many Europeans. Although Chile is majority non-white (mestizo), (more…)
January 30, 2011 Alex Kurtagić 1 comment
Why I Write
I write because the future is not what it used to be.
I know, because I have lived in it. My parents had overseas jobs during the 1970s and early 80s, and, consequently, I spent part of my childhood and early teenage years in Latin America. Venezuelan schools — at least at the time — taught their students that the country’s population was racially diverse, going from White to Black, with eight shades in between. (more…)