Category Archives: Race

NYT Wants Fewers Johns & Roberts, More Liams & Noahs

The NYT has a strange concern over the name “John” which they deploy in the most bizarre of comparison metrics: Fewer Republican senators are women than men named John — despite the fact that Johns represent 3.3 percent of the … Continue reading

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NYT: Hindus Don’t Like Muslims (& Vice-Versa)

Only in the suicidal mind of the white Western progressive is there the close and realizable dream of perfect egalitarianism and racial blindness. Everywhere else in the world, ethnicity and tribal loyalties trump all else. From today’s NYT is a … Continue reading

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Bret Stephens & The Immortal, Unyielding,1933 Meme

To Bret Stephens & his ilk, it’s always 1933. And it is never Muslim immigrants behind the rise of anti-Semitism in Germany: “There were nearly 1,000 reported anti-Semitic incidents in Berlin alone last year. A neo-fascist party, Alternative for Germany, … Continue reading

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New Yorker: “How American Racism Influenced Hitler”

Of course. It won’t stop until every single white person in America is silenced, displaced, or bred out of existence. We must never forget: Every white baby is a potential Hitler. In The New Yorker, Alex Ross writes on “How … Continue reading

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Salon: ‘Hate Clothing’ is Gateway to Far-Right Extremism

There are so many possible fronts in the PC war against whiteness. Salon now warns us that ‘hate clothing’ is a gateway to far-right extremism through an article titled “The rise of fascist fashion: Clothing helps the far right sell … Continue reading

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SPLC: “McInnes, Molyneux, and 4chan: Investigating pathways to the alt-right”

The $PLC has a new report titled “McInnes, Molyneux, and 4chan: Investigating pathways to the alt-right” written by “the Hatewatch Staff”. They are increasingly worried about how Alt-Lite and other identitarian-oriented individuals and sites are gateway drugs to dastardly Alt … Continue reading

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Being, Place and Living Authentically

Here’s a nicely produced video short with various AR figures discussing the Heideggerian sense of place and its central role in forming authentic ethnic identity and the rootedness of Being.

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Dear White People – S02

Dear White People is an alleged sitcom that, along with Blackish, attempts to both show us how much ‘cooler’, with-it, and socially woke POCs are (relative to whites) & to make fun of white people in clever new ways. Well, Season … Continue reading

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“The Star and the Stripes: A History of the Foreign Policies of American Jews” (2016)

Here’s the book description for The Star and the Stripes: A History of the Foreign Policies of American Jews (2016) by Michael N. Barnett: How do American Jews envision their role in the world? Are they tribal—a people whose obligations … Continue reading

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The Unbearable Whiteness & Metaphorical Silence of “A Quiet Place”

With Wakanda Mania subsiding, and Get Out a distant memory, the #TooManyWhitePeople hive-mind is pivoting towards direct anti-white hatred. In The New Yorker, Richard Brody writes on ‘The Silently Regressive Politics of “A Quiet Place”’: The noise of “A Quiet … Continue reading

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