Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Ascent of Alfred

I just discovered this very trippy video animation by the talented NRx-er Emily Youcis, a video that celebrates the 4chan-fueled red-pilling of Alfred the Dog, his subsequent abandonment of his vegetative ways, and his eventual political ascent. Place LSD, Dali, … Continue reading

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A Brief Defense of Memes

If a photo is worth a thousand words, then a well-constructed, counter-signal meme is worth at least that much. In “A Quick Defense of Memetics”, August Rush writes: For those of us who prefer the written word, it’s easy to … Continue reading

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NYT: “As France’s Towns Wither, Fears of a Decline in ‘Frenchness’”

“As France’s Towns Wither, Fears of a Decline in ‘Frenchness’” is a depressing article on the ‘devitalization’ of old French towns, where giant supermarkets and shopping malls are leading to the accelerated shuttering of old town vendors: ALBI, France — … Continue reading

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NYT: How the Trolls Stole Washington

Amanda Hess (ahem) writes on “How the Trolls Stole Washington”: Over the course of Donald Trump’s staggering political rise, observers tried to make sense of him by borrowing a metaphor from the internet: Trump, they said, was a troll. He … Continue reading

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Brooks Breaks His Previous High Pretension Score

Leave it to David Brooks to provide straw man caricatures of Counter-Enlightenment political philosophy. In his recent column “The Enlightenment Project”, Brooks lays out some whoppers. After jerking himself off with idealized visions of Enlightenment philosophical systems such as those … Continue reading

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Political Violence in a MN Museum

In the NYT, we learn of an incident where “Two Groups Scuffle Amid Art Inside a Minneapolis Museum”. It involves, yet again, Leftist ‘antifas’ attacking peaceful Alt-Righters: The confrontation began when a large group of organized protesters, holding banners identifying … Continue reading

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Nigel Farage @ CPAC 2017

Here is the great Nigel Farage speaking at last week’s CPAC. No notes, no teleprompter, just a natural talent.

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Solzhenitsyn: “200 Years Together” English Translation

Kevin MacDonald notes: There is a project to publish (long-overdue) translations of Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s 200 Years Together. So far, they have posted Chapters 2, 3, 6, and 7, with more on the way. The website is: https://twohundredyearstogether.wordpress.com/ The translation reads very smoothly and seems … Continue reading

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When We Rise… Against ‘When We Rise’

The series “provides a timely statement on the importance of identity”, says the NYT’s front page teaser for the article reviewing When We Rise, ABC’s new P.C. mini-series on the history of the LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ movement (“Review: ‘When We Rise’ Charts … Continue reading

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Wilders’ Prospects

At the NYT, Allisa Rubin (ahem) is fretting about the very blonde Geert Wilders’ prospects (“Dutch Far Right Might Win Power. Europe Is Watching”). How Geert Wilders fares in a Dutch election on March 15 could indicate the strength of … Continue reading

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