Jim Goad has produced a short video to accompany his latest essay, “The Virgin Queen Chihuahua Has Spoken!“, responding to Nick Fuentes’ attack on his feature from last week, “Rich Snobs vs. Poor Slobs: The Schism Between ‘Racist’ Whites,” as well as Jim personally. (more…)
Tag: Traditional Catholics
Including Audio Version by Jim Goad!
The Virgin Queen Chihuahua Has Spoken!
Whenever someone hears something that had nothing to do with them and decides to take it very personally, you know you’re dealing with a woman on her period. (more…)
As a man of an aging vintage, I look back on the changes I saw with a great degree of regret. Each reader will have seen demographic changes in their own lifetimes, as well as the erosion of social and cultural mores. In my own case, as an Irish nationalist born and bred, I have seen this in my own country. (more…)
Deconstructing Dugin: An Interview with Charles Upton, Part 2
Part 2 of 2 (Part 1 here)
Fróði Midjord: Another thing that you bring up here is to make a point that in attacking the American ideology, Dugin paints a ridiculous and cartoonish picture of Americans; and as you point out, correctly I believe, the same can be done about Russians. (more…)
One of the harshest judgements we get as White Nationalists and identitarians is that of being hateful, and that we are motivated purely by hate for non-whites. This charge informs a great deal of the mainstream discourse about us and a good deal of our mainstream-facing discourse (meaning our addresses to the normies). White Nationalists and identitarians will often frantically defend themselves against this charge, about as frantically as conservatives rush to prove they are not racist. (more…)
If you’re a regular reader of Counter-Currents, you probably know that there’s a school of thought within the Dissident Right which argues for traditional Catholicism and integralism. We call them TradCaths for short. They’re a good bunch as far as people go. Sure, they might take their worship of G. K. Chesterton a bit too far and may not fully appreciate the man as a pioneer of the murder mystery genre (which he manages to merge with Catholic traditionalism in The Man Who Was Thursday, but that falls outside the scope of this essay), but at least they can be relied upon not to hurl invective at us . . . (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 390 The Writers’ Bloc with Nick Jeelvy & Joel Davis On the Post-Left
On the latest installment of The Writers’ Bloc, Nick Jeelvy hosted Joel Davis to discuss his recent triumph against the so-called post-Left and what can be learned from the struggle, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include: (more…)