Monthly Archives: November 2018

Yu & The #AngryAsians

One of the ways we can mark the year 2018 is as the year that the #AngryAsians motif truly flowered. In a previous post, I discussed how, in terms of political orientation, Asian-Americans have been trending leftward in recent decades, but a … Continue reading

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The Square (2017)

After reading the interesting premise of the film from a discussion of it Counter-Currents, I checked out The Square (2017), a film directed by Ruben Östlund. While I wouldn’t call it a great film, it is an interesting one, and … Continue reading

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Dustin Chin: Another #AngryAsians Playwright

This essay is cross-posted at Counter-Currents.  The #AngryAsians motif continually fascinates, especially given their relatively well-to-do economic position in our ‘white supremacist’ society, and the proliferation of plays and other writings by them that villainize, ostracize, and ‘Other-ize’ white people … Continue reading

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NYT: Nervous Demographers

“Why the Announcement of a Looming White Minority Makes Demographers Nervous” is the NYT title, in a piece about the year 2044, when white Americans are projected to fall below half the population and lose their majority status. They’re not … Continue reading

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Racial Polarization Will Widen

A very good piece by Eric Kaufmann, which gets to the heart of the matter. Kaufmann begins with the evidence that, across Western nations, more diversity leads to steadily widening political divisions. This new schism springs from several forces. First, … Continue reading

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