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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 215
James Allsup on American Nationalism
Having a Mencken-like disdain for America’s ruling class, I would like to put forward what I have entitled Quintilian’s Postulate 1: conservatives are stupid and lack courage; liberals are stupid and lack self-awareness. Donald Trump is a unique politician, I believe, because he possesses both courage and self-awareness.
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This is Matthew Drake’s full interview with Greg Johnson. Please share widely on social media and subscribe to his YouTube channel.
One of the many interesting things about the election of Donald Trump is how spectacularly wrong the mainstream media were in their predictions. In part this was, quite obviously, loosely (?) coordinated psychological warfare designed to intimidate and demoralize potential Trump voters. But their predictive failure was also the result of a more organic phenomenon, one ultimately rooted in the same maelstrom of Jewish culture war that produced these coordinated efforts, but expressed in the concept of preference falsification, defined by the Turkish-American economist Timur Kuran (more…)
Henrik Palmgren and I had a wide-ranging 2-hour conversation on doxing, including the Millennial Woes and Mike Enoch cases, Hailgate, the self-defeating trap of identifying White Nationalism with National Socialism, and the necessity of ending the “trolls’ veto” of real world community-building and networking. You can listen here. I want to thank Henrik and the whole Red Ice team for making this possible. (more…)
The Alternative Right & Imageboards
Defining the Alternative Right
The “Alternative Right” is an umbrella-term used to group-together a mass of Right-wing spheres; “Right-wing” meaning antiliberal, anti-egalitarian, and anti-Whig as an ultimate outlook (though with plenty of room for intercommunity disagreement). (more…)
Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals
New York: Random House, 1971
Rules for Radicals is [in]famous for its purported influence, and that of author (((Saul Alinsky))), among liberal and Left-wing ideologues and politicians in the United States, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The political bent of this classic but reviled work by a community organizer from Chicago is shown on the very first page of the introduction by referencing “Joe McCarthy’s holocaust.” (more…)
Make Weimerica Grate Again:
A Review of the “Daddy Will Save Us” Art Show
Last Saturday night in Manhattan, a few good shitlords made art history. At the “Daddy Will Save Us” art show, event organizer Lucian Wintrich stated that this was “the first conservative art show in America.” But there really wasn’t anything typically “conservative” about this event — rather, it was the most radically avant-garde art show possible in The Current Year. If this was conservatism, it was revolutionary conservatism. (more…)
Alt Right vs. Alt Wrong:
Notes on the Milo Question
On the eve of the Democratic National Convention, Wikileaks published Democratic party emails revealing levels of cheating, corruption, and clown-car incompetence that shocked even the most jaded cynics. The Democrats responded like a naughty six-year-old caught red-handed. They simply tried to change the subject. The emails, they said, were hacked by the evil Russians. So I guess we are supposed to disregard their contents. (more…)