Tag: Steve Sailer
It’s the age-old story of crabs in a bucket: When one enlightened individual looks up, he sees the expanse of the universe and all its possibilities, but when all the other crabs look up, the ones who aren’t so enlightened only see one individual trying to escape. And they pull him back in.
I can’t understand why Steve Sailer thinks the United States must stay intact just because the breakup of the Soviet Union didn’t go as smoothly as it could have. In his recent essay “Let’s Not Break Up the USA,” Sailer serves up a nice dish of erudition regarding post-Soviet republic woes, but offers little more than a Eurasian cautionary tale for those of us who feel a racial divorce might be the best path forward for the white populations in North America. Despite all the potholes Sailer predicts, this remains, in my mind, the less frightening alternative. (more…)
Into the Abyss: The Fate of Professional Associations
“Any organization not explicitly right-wing sooner or later becomes left-wing.” — Robert Conquest, “Three Laws of Politics” (#2)
There is a surfeit of organizations that confirm the rule of this law as formulated by Robert Conquest. John Derbyshire (Isegoria) cites the Church as an example. The Catholic Church? The current Pope? Way too obvious to waste precious words. How about those starch-collared, teetotaling, Bible-thumping Baptists? Well, sorry. Hell-fire, apparently, is now reserved for “racists.” (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 417 Greg Johnson on Carl Schmitt’s The Concept of the Political
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The last episode of Counter-Currents Radio featured Greg Johnson reading from and discussing his essay “Reflections on Carl Schmitt’s The Concept of the Political,” as well as answering YOUR QUESTIONS, as always, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
The Concept of the Political
A few words on Carl Schmitt (more…)
No one will be allowed to escape. No one will get a separate peace. No one gets to have a good life. We’re going down, and we’re going down together – because in the wasteland of modernity, that’s what it is to be human.
Neill Blomkamp, late of District 9, returns to form in Elysium. Once again, the white South African (who lives in Canada, naturally) preaches the egalitarian gospel that has reduced his once proud homeland into just another failed state. (more…)
Video of the Day
Craig Bodeker’s Interview with Steve Sailer