Monthly Archives: October 2017

On the Window Dressing

The Times of Israel has an article on an upcoming YIVO Institute conference on the prominent role of Jews in the Russian Revolution. Here’s a quote from Jonathan Brent, the executive director of the YIVO Institute: In America during the … Continue reading

Posted in Jewish, Left | Comments Off on On the Window Dressing

Kevin MacDonald – The Culture of Critique, Part I (Replacing Race in Anthropology)

The Leftovers does a fantastic job as a PowerPoint presentation of KMac’s seminal work CoC. Here is the first part. Be sure to check out the others! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve7RPvhC7tc

Posted in Jewish | Comments Off on Kevin MacDonald – The Culture of Critique, Part I (Replacing Race in Anthropology)

Hawley: The European Roots of the Alt-Right

It’s currently behind a pay firewall, but George Hawley, author of Making Sense of the Alt-Right, has a piece in Foreign Affairs titled “The European Roots of the Alt-Right”.

Posted in Alt-Right | Comments Off on Hawley: The European Roots of the Alt-Right

George Washington Church vs. George Washington

Here is a perfect example of where the universalism and race-denialism of Christianity clashes directly with even the basic foundations of the inherent racial identity that a culture and civilization possesses. Leaders at the church that George Washington attended decided … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, Political Correctness | Comments Off on George Washington Church vs. George Washington

Richard Haier: The Neuroscience of Intelligence

Jared Taylor reviews the new book The Neuroscience of Intelligence by Professor Richard Haier of the University of California at Irvine.

Posted in HBD, IQ | Comments Off on Richard Haier: The Neuroscience of Intelligence

Falstaff

Allen Mendenhall reviews Harold Bloom’s new book Falstaff: Give Me Life (Shakespeare’s Personalities): The result is a solemn, exhilarating meditation on Sir John Falstaff, the cheerful, slovenly, degenerate knight whose unwavering and ultimately self-destructive loyalty to Henry of Monmouth, or … Continue reading

Posted in Film, Literature | Comments Off on Falstaff

Trailer: Phantom Threads (2017)

There is a first trailer out for Paul Thomas Anderson’s upcoming film Phantom Threads, which will be PTA’s second collaboration with Daniel Day-Lewis (the excellent film There Will Be Blood being the first). Phantom Threads will also be notable as … Continue reading

Posted in Film | Comments Off on Trailer: Phantom Threads (2017)

Normie Michael Knowles: “What is the Alt-Right?”

He’s wrong on a lot of central points. I note some of them below the video: 1) The Alt Right is organic and has no leaders, despite any attempts by any one figure to appear as its ‘leader’. Like the … Continue reading

Posted in Alt-Right | Comments Off on Normie Michael Knowles: “What is the Alt-Right?”

RIP: George Young

If you want to know where the Young Brothers got their rock aesthetic from, what become the iconic and distilled sound of AC/DC, you must look to their older brother George, whose work with The Easybeats prefigured the basic song … Continue reading

Posted in Music | Comments Off on RIP: George Young

Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017)

I have a long review of the new movie Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017) up at Counter-Currents: Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017), a new film by writer/director S. Craig Zahler and which stars Vince Vaughn in the lead, … Continue reading

Posted in Film | Comments Off on Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017)