Twitter is done. After the suspension of then-sitting President Trump and successive ban waves, it’s obvious that Right-wingers have no future on the platform. What began as Left and Right competing for audiences on Twitter has ended with Twitter itself flexing its soy-infused muscles to purge all but a small and carefully curated number of high-profile (more…)
Tag: white community building
Thomas R. Pegram
One Hundred Percent American: The Rebirth and Decline of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s
Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2011
The Ku Klux Klan suffers from a positively radioactive reputation, even among fellow Rightists. During the infamous family dinner scene in American History X, at which Edward Norton’s Derek Vinyard assaults his sister and displays his swastika tattoo to the Jewish teacher dating his widowed mother, (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 278
What Would We Do With a Billion Dollars & Other Reader Questions
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On the Counter-Currents Radio fundraiser livestream for Sunday, June 28, Greg Johnson and special guest Laura Towler discuss your questions and other topics, including:
- What would we do with a billion dollars?
- What can individuals do to redpill people during this time of increased polarization?
The Kavanaugh/Blasey-Ford/#MeToo cluster-debacle has me lately remembering Rebecca.
Bear with me.
I was living in Seattle and working for a municipal codes publisher as a proofer. (more…)
Early Thursday morning, I witnessed an immensely tragic and, truthfully, a surreally disturbing event on Facebook Live. A young racialist comrade, who went by the name Zachary Gromland (not his actual name), livestreamed himself as he needlessly ended his own life. I’m not usually one for watching these live feeds, and quite honestly, after this I’m in no rush to watch any more for the foreseeable future. I am, however, feeling the urge to put proverbial pen to paper and attempt to construct something positive from such a tragic, and ultimately meaningless, loss of life. (more…)
Last year, the Northwest Forum’s June and August meetings had three infiltrators. One was Patrik Hermannson of Hope Not Hate. The second was the girlfriend of a member of the local Cascadia group. The third was David Lewis, a Seattle journalist.
Obviously, we needed to rethink our vetting procedures.
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 165
Millennial Woes & Greg Johnson
The Northwest Forum & NPI 2016