Marcus “The Golden One” Follin is a young star of the European New Right (see his previous appearances at Counter-Currents here). He has already published two books, written countless reviews, and is an entrepreneur, managing a line of clothing, nutrition, and other products through Legio Gloria. He is dedicated to the development of his body and spirit. (more…)
Tag: the red pill
There has been a Mr. Bond-shaped hole in the National Socialist rap scene ever since ZOG sent the Austrian troubadour up the river for the crime of being a genius. But fear not, for I see from perusing the still-active Mr. Bond fan pages that the white race is continuing to produce lyrical machete-men vying to become Mr. Hassler’s successor as the King of White Nationalist rap. No-Face Nate, a rapper associated with the Will 2 Rise movement, is one such contender. (more…)
Like all journals of dissident ideas, Counter-Currents depends on the support of our readers. So far this year, we’ve raised $63,955.84 of our $300,000 goal. I want to thank everyone who has donated so far. (Please donate !) But first, Thomas Steuben offers a few words on how to decide what level of involvement in our movement is right for you.
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The term “red pill” has become common parlance and has spawned numerous variations. While some lament that its meaning has become diluted, I prefer to see this as a testament to the dissident Right’s cultural dynamism. (more…)
English original here
Pravda o ženách o vztazích mezi pohlavími bývá zpravidla pro muže tou poslední, nejtvrdší a emocionálně nejobtížněji stravitelnou ze všech „red pills“: zatímco pochopení genetických a biologických rasových odlišností, pravda o Hitlerovi a 2. světové válce či židovské otázce u lidí obdařených jistou dávkou intelektuální otevřenosti a kritické myšlení obvykle přichází bez větších zádrhelů, prozření o ženách obvykle kráčí ruku v ruce s koňskou dávkou popírání. (more…)
October 11, 2022 Counter-Currents Radio
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 493 Sarah Dye of Above Time Coffee Roasters
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…)
They Can’t Help Themselves:
From Mar-a-Lago to Dark Brandon
Author’s Note: On the August 28th, 2022 Counter-Currents Radio livestream, Gaddius Maximus asked me to share my thoughts on the Mar-a-Lago raid, which I also discussed on The Political Cesspool on August 20th. Hyacinth Bouquet transcribed my answer, and I have edited it, adding in some comments on Biden’s sinister Philadelphia speech. I wish to thank all of them for their help. (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…)
For the past two and a half years, the world has been gripped by the COVID-19 pandemic response. The disease itself, which broke out in China, turned out to be a bit of a nothingburger. Not exactly “just the flu, bro,” but not quite the doomsday plague many were hoping for. (more…)
Spencer J. Quinn is one of Counter-Currents’ most prolific writers. I personally enjoy reading his articles on topics such as forgotten figures in history, music, and current political issues. In addition to writing articles, Spencer is the author of several books. His love of wisdom is evidenced by his avatar, Thucydides. (more…)
January 25, 2022 Counter-Currents Radio
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 409 Robert Stark on His New Novel Vaporfornia
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Host Greg Johnson invited Robert Stark (his Substack is here) to join him on the last broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio to discuss his new novel Vaporfornia, plus of course current events and your questions, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:10:00 Literary influences
00:12:00 Nostalgia for lost futures
00:16:00 Political themes in the book (more…)
Larry and Andy Wachowski’s The Matrix (1999) is a science fiction classic. The setting is a devastated Earth in the far future. The premise is that humanity has been enslaved by artificial intelligences. Human beings spend our lives in what are essentially coffins while mechanical vampires drain our energy. We don’t know it, because we are asleep, dreaming that we are in a radically different world. This is the Matrix. Today we would call it a multiplayer online game.
Like many dystopias, The Matrix is actually too optimistic. The Wachowski brothers thought the human race would have to be forced into the pods. (more…)