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On yet another episode of Counter-Currents Radio, host Greg Johnson and frequent Counter-Currents contributor Thomas Steuben were joined by special guest American Krogan to discuss his BioShock video series, as well as answer YOUR QUESTIONS, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
Trump’s antics never cease to amaze. This week, he brazenly declared that “Israel literally owned Congress ten years ago.” Was this Trump going ballistic and naming the Jew after having been their good goy for years, only to be betrayed? (more…)
America First is shaking itself apart. Groyper wails on groyper in a bloody brother war. The Writers’ Bloc has therefore convened a panel of expert groypologists. Join Nicholas R. Jeelvy and Counter-Currents writers Mark Gullick, and Thomas Steuben as they discuss these recent happenings. (more…)
Electoral politics, at least as traditionally understood, has become meaningless for the most part. The 2020 Presidential Election and the recent failed California gubernatorial recall vote make it abundantly clear that, as a result of a combination of voter fraud and demographic change, we cannot win this struggle simply by filling in a bubble on a piece of paper and then proudly sporting an “I voted” sticker, (more…)
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Saturday’s episode of Counter-Currents Radio, in which Greg Johnson was joined by Jim Goad and Thomas Steuben to discuss current events, including the decline of the US military, Mark Milley’s treason, the California recall, and the late, great Norm MacDonald, is now available for download and online listening.
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00:02:30 America and China (more…)
California is well-known for wildfires — both in the forest, and in politics. The most recent political firestorm was the attempted recall of Governor Gavin Newsom, which rattled the derp state so hard that they dispatched the internationally-acclaimed ice cream connoisseur Joe Biden to stump on Newsom’s behalf in Long Beach in a last-minute effort to shore up his support. (more…)
The ongoing dumpster fire of the Afghanistan withdrawal raises an interesting question: How did the military, formerly one of the most respected of American institutions, degenerate not only into a liberal arts college, but a dysfunctional one at that? (more…)
Biden’s address after the double suicide attack by ISIS-Khorasan (a probable CIA psyop asset) in Kabul was interesting for a lot of reasons. Despite being surprisingly lucid, he let slip that he had been instructed as to which journalists to call on. (more…)
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“The State that separates its scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting by fools.” — Thucydides
Nationalists have been celebrating the recent Afghanistan debacle, and despite whatever liberal journalists or RINOs say, they are right to do so, as it highlights all of the failings of Globohomo. (more…)
If we believe that we are living in the dark age, or Kali Yuga, then we must believe that things will only continue to get worse before they get better. We should therefore look for silver linings whenever we can find them. One such silver lining is that the traditional distinction between the Right-Hand Path and the Left-Hand Path has crumbled. This crumbling has positive implications both for esoteric initiation as well as exoteric politics, and has arguably created the possibility of a Third Path that is more suitable towards action than contemplation. (more…)
If you have spent any amount of time around dissident politics, you have probably heard several references to “autism,” with various people and things frequently described as autistic. This can either be positive or negative.
Positive references to autism often have to do with pattern recognition, mastery of a subject, or wholesome anime. For example, the anonymous users of 4Chan frequently do intelligence work that surpasses what the woke alphabet agencies can do, and this is lauded as autism. (more…)
Terrorism is at times a nebulous concept, but a useful definition is the use of force or the threat of force to coerce populations and governments, usually for political or religious ends. Using that definition, America has undeniably been terrorized by the dregs of society for the last six months in an unceasing campaign of domestic terrorism. (more…)
Young men even in the best of times often have trouble identifying what paths they should pursue in life. It is common to know that you want to achieve something, but not know what that thing exactly is, or how to go about it. As of now, the Global Virus has caused mass economic devastation that makes finding a job, (more…)
The Third Amendment is, unsurprisingly, the least litigated out of all Constitutional amendments. Its effect on Constitutional law is almost nonexistent. While everyone may be glad that “no soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law,“ it probably would not have been an issue (more…)
While having lunch with one of my friends, our conversation turned towards his comically absurd experiences of working a blue-collar job in the Glorious Democratic People’s Republic of California. (more…)
Los Angeles, Sunday, November 10, 2019: Charlie Kirk’s Talking Points USA (TPUSA) organized an event at UCLA to promote Donald Trump Jr.’s new book, Triggered. But the event was cut short when the younger Trump, his homewrecker girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Charlie Kirk were heckled offstage – not by Left-wing protesters, but by America First populists. It was glorious.