When we think of Jewish subversion of white cultures, or when we think of the proverbial culture of critique, we always imagine the Jew in the form of Grima Wormtongue, whispering evil and poison into the ear of white men to make them hate and doubt themselves, believing dangerous nonsense. We think of the Jew entering the halls of power and whispering in the King’s ear. (more…)
A Bit More of the Good Book: The Ethnonationalist Revenge
Morris van de Camp’s excellent essay “A Bit of the Good Book — From an Ethnonationalist Perspective” reminded me of something that I have always known about the Old Testament: It is a tribalist manifesto. Of course, it is more than just that. It’s part history, myth, fable, literature, prayer, law, and other things as well. (more…)
Dr. Oasis Kodila-Tedika on the Relationship between Intelligence & Economic Development
Dr. Oasis Kodila-Tedika is an economics lecturer at the University of Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). As a trailblazing researcher he has authored several landmark papers on intelligence, economic development, and institutions. This Congolese economist is also a multitalented professional whose expertise has benefited institutions such as the World Bank, the United Nations, and PriceWaterhouse Coopers. (more…)
A diverse group of hopeless inner city kids is given the gift of an affluent liberal white woman teacher. That’s the plot of the 2007 film Freedom Writers, one of the more hilarious white savior films ever made. Set in 1990s Los Angeles, the film depicts the “true story” of an idealistic teacher delivering hope to her rough non-white students.
The film has all the clichés you can imagine: tough kids with hearts of gold, a bubbly heroine who can’t be told no, Holocaust survivors teaching kids to ditch hate, and racist administrators who won’t believe that blacks and Latinos want to learn. (more…)
For a while now, I’ve found that I cannot bring myself to enjoy new films, new TV shows, and other new media, not only due to the active war on whiteness waged therein. I expected Netflix’s Barbarians to be no different, but people were talking it up and I was having trouble sleeping, so I thought, what the hell. I wasn’t quite prepared for what I saw. This may be the first series that I have, as the kids would say, binge-watched. (more…)
Lipton Matthews has advised Republican politicians to stop pandering to black people. Of course, he’s correct. Any Republican politician who wants to win elections would be well served by reading Matthews’ recent Counter-Currents article. His argument boils down to white Republicans failing to consider the “collectivistic mentality of black people” (more…)
Grandpa pissed his pants again,
He don’t give a damn.
Brother Billy has both guns drawn,
He ain’t been right since Viet Nam.
I’m going down to the Dewdrop Inn
See if I can’t drink enough.
There ain’t much to country livin’
Sweat, piss, jizz, and blood.
— Warren Zevon, “Play It All Night Long” (more…)
It’s always interesting when I find someone who shares a clean sweep of my politics but for largely different reasons. Such a person seems completely in line with my outlook, but really isn’t. Although in Tim Pool’s case, I’ll bet that he is and just doesn’t realize it yet.
For the past several months Tim Pool has been banging the Trump drum. (more…)
The Birds Or: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Coronavirus (But Were Afraid to Ask Hitchcock & Heidegger), Part Seven
With the gulls now retreating, Mitch and Melanie leave the Tides restaurant and make their way up the hill to Annie’s house to retrieve Cathy. All is deathly quiet. As they approach the schoolhouse, they see that the crows are back and perched all over. “Look, the crows again!” Melanie says breathlessly. (more…)
If there is one universal truth about humanity, it’s that we are, by nature, tribalistic. We identify with our tribe, whatever that tribe may be. In a monoracial society, tribalist loyalties can form around clans, nations, religions, classes, or even actual tribes, as is the case in many places in Africa. In multiracial societies, however, everything boils down to race. (more…)
Hello. Hi, yes you! Yep, I’m speaking directly to you, fine sir or ma’am, the curious person that you are, who has come across Counter-Currents Publishing, or perhaps you were linked to this article in your search for information on “White Nationalism.” Welcome, you’ve come to the right place. (more…)
Unless you’ve lived under a rock for the past five years, you’ve probably heard about the “dangerous” return of tribalism.
Before 2015 (or before Obama, depending on the source), Americans didn’t put themselves in tribes. They only saw red, white and blue. Everyone was judged as an individual. Civility and decency reigned supreme. Race relations and gender relations were all just fine. Americans were one nation, under God and indivisible. (more…)