Category Archives: Alt-Right

Brooks & Dreher on Sam Francis

David Brooks’ column “The Coming War on Business” is a reflection on how the great Sam Francis was ahead of his time: The only time I saw Sam Francis face-to-face — in the Washington Times cafeteria sometime in the late … Continue reading

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The Sci-Fi Roots of the Alt-Right

In “The Sci-Fi Roots of the Far Right”, leftie David Auerbach makes me want to read the Hugo-nominated 1977 novel Lucifer’s Hammer, co-authored by Larry Niven and the recently-deceased Jerry Pournelle: Pournelle — who died earlier this month — first rose to … Continue reading

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NYT: “Undercover With the Alt-Right”

For a year, an effeminate Leftist using an assumed identity infiltrated various Alt-Right events and informal get-togethers. He has just put together a rather banal (at least from the excerpts) ‘documentary’ comprised of his undercover footage. Naturally, the NYT wants … Continue reading

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George Hawley: Making Sense of the Alt-Right

Greg Johnson has a review of George Hawley’s much-anticipated new book Making Sense of the Alt-Right. Hawley is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Alabama, and no fan of the Alt Right per se, but his … Continue reading

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WaPo: Germany’s Far Right Getting Stronger

From a WaPo piece by Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, titled “Germany’s far-right party is about to be stronger than ever”: BERLIN — Americans can be forgiven for thinking Germany has already successfully thwarted Alternative for Germany (AfD), the Deutsch version of the … Continue reading

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The Red Pilling of Rod Dreher – Redux

My first post for Counter-Currents is “The Red Pilling of Rod Dreher”, a reworking of a post I did earlier this week.

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Foreign Policy: “The German Election Is a Christian Civil War”

In Foreign Policy is “The German Election Is a Christian Civil War”, the byline of which reads: “Germany’s far-right is saying out loud what Angela Merkel’s party has always quietly believed: that Christian culture depends on Christian demographics.” The piece … Continue reading

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David Brooks is Getting Anxious

Jewish cuckservative David Brooks starts his “How Trump Kills the G.O.P.” column with this: It’s ironic that race was the issue that created the Republican Party and that race could very well be the issue that destroys it. He is … Continue reading

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BenOp = The Ethos of Not Showing Up

Regarding Rod Dreher’s Benedict Option, The Anti-Gnostic nails it when he writes: The future belongs to those who show up, and the “Ben Op” doesn’t seem to be a strategy for showing up. Rather, it strikes me as a rear-guard … Continue reading

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Heyer Redux

Did the morbidly obese Heather Heyer, whose death in C-ville has served as a Reichstag Fire-like pretext for Big Tech’s clampdown on the Alt Right, actually die of a heart attack, more in line with her ill health, and not due … Continue reading

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