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Correcting Goldstein


Jeff Goldstein of The Federalist has thrown up an article claiming the Alt Right is a mirror image of the New Left. There is some truth in that. Without the New Left’s full-frontal assault on American culture, history, and identity, the Alt Right would probably not exist. If America were still a White, Christian nation, we would still likely be humming along, ignoring contradictions in our society, and the biggest issue in politics would be the looming Social Security crisis.

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In the olden days, left-wing people used to like working-class people.

Lots of left-wing people used to be working-class people. These people were known as socialists and joined trade unions.

Sometimes working-class people used to frighten left-wing people, but they pretended that they weren’t frightened and were nice to them.

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Protest Blues: An Alt-Right Take on Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick stoically endures oppression

We can pretty much tell how far along a conservative is on the road to the Alt-Right by gauging his reaction to the latest storm-in-a-teacup outrage still brewing on social media. On August 26th, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the National Anthem.

Kaepernick, who is half-black and was raised entirely by whites after being abandoned before birth by his deadbeat black father, cited his opposition to a country which “oppresses black people and people of color” as his reason for dissing the anthem.

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Dirty Harry: Fascist Medievalism


“When you’re making a picture with Clint Eastwood, you naturally want things to be simple, and the basic contest between good and evil is as simple as you can get. It makes this genre piece more archetypal than most movies, more primitive and dreamlike; fascist medievalism has a fairy-tale appeal.” – (((Pauline Kael)))

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The Tragic Consequences of Forced Egalitarianism


Different Breeding Populations Evolved Differently

When life or death depends on your ability to follow a certain way of life, you are necessarily being selected for certain heritable characteristics. Some of these are dietary—an ability to digest milk or certain foods. Others, however, are mental and behavioral, things like aptitudes, personality type, and behavioral predispositions. This is because a way of life involves thinking and behaving in specific ways. Keep in mind, too, that most mental and behavioral traits have moderate to high heritability.

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“So the last shall be first . . .” Alinsky’s Farting Negroes

The term “negritude” (roughly self-aware blackness) came into common currency in the 1930s and 1940s among a loose

Saul Alinsky in 1965. (Tribune Archive photo) ..OUTSIDE TRIBUNE CO.- NO MAGS, NO SALES, NO INTERNET, NO TV, CHICAGO OUT..
Saul Alinsky in 1965

alliance of francophone Black poets and intellectuals, most them from France’s colonial empire. It was part of their campaign to destigmatize blackness and to assert the special qualities of their African heritage. The most important figure in this influential movement for négritude was likely Leopold Senghor, a poet and professor of African languages who later became the first president of Senegal.

Jean-Paul Sartre summarized the ideas of negritude in his preface to Senghor’s anthology of Black poets: “Insulted and enslaved, [the black man] stands up straight; he takes up the word nègre, which is hurled at him like a stone, and proclaims himself, in pride, as black, face to face with whites.”

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10 Types of Anti-White Commenters


One of my more masochistic habits involves thumbing through the New York Times, an expression that has been saved from dead metaphor status since you can read the news on your smartphone. And smart people are supposed to read the New York Times, as it is a high status signifier. You can’t truly be member of Weimerica’s Brahmin caste, a Judeo-Saxon, if you don’t have that haughtily yet cautiously progressive worldview of pseudo-paternalism towards the United States. The New York Times is one such incubator of this milieu, which sees the country’s third world populations as needing uplifting and its Amerikaner goyim, those English-speaking “white” people who live beyond the Pale, as needing to be contained.

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Multiculturalism Erodes Security


It has been proposed that the männerbund is the source of civilization. If so, then the männerbund is the source of security—this means security from external threats, security from internal threats, and the security of one’s family and property. The männerbund is a group of men with a shared purpose, beliefs, and experience. Multiculturalism, however, weakens the strength of a männerbund and therefore compromises the security and methods a force uses to secure its territory. Pushed to political extremes, the security of a regime is compromised as it becomes more diverse.

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Are The Globalist Elite Taking Their Cue From The Movie “Network”?


Via a Steve post that bitingly mocks David Brooks’ platitude slinging with an impressive economy of words, commenter guest adds,

Brooks: Those who try to reduce politics to these identities do real violence to national life.

For anyone wondering what an empty platitude looks like.

I don’t think it is empty. It’s very revealing. Not just for the psychology behind it, but for what it actually says. It empties out the term “nation,” admittedly, but that is what they, the Brooks types, think a nation is. A big nothing, full of interchangeable people. Or consumption units, if you will. You do damage to the Big, Empty, Interchangeable Nation when you take the consumption units and “reduce” them to their particular attributes.

Then you make all these smaller units, which might not get along. That’s what Brooksites think, anyway. In reality, the identities are real. It’s the Big Empty image that’s an illusion. And the identities will fight; there will be blood. You can’t avoid it by redefining “nation” to preclude their existence.

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The SDQ (Sexual Deviant Question)


Why is sexual deviancy an undesirable thing?

One such reason that I am writing an article on is the negative societal effects of the hermeneutics of gay suspicion. The prevalence of homosexuality in society has led to an increased suspicion of homosexuality between men when engaging in activities that used to be considered normal male bonding behavior. The männerbund is suspected by some to be the cornerstone of civilization, and when the männerbund cannot properly form due to distrust between members, society is harmed.

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The US Would be Running Budget Surpluses if it were all White


The US Federal Government does not keep statistics on taxes paid by race. But, they keep statistics on income brackets by race, and an organization called “The Citizens for Tax Justice” calculates the proportion of ALL taxes (federal, state and local) paid by each income bracket.

And so using this data we can see that Non-Hispanic Whites paid 75.86% of the taxes despite being only 62.1% of the population.

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Why I Hate: Part 2: The Passport Paradox


In the early 2000’s while in my early 20’s I left the north of England and went into Europe backpacking, I ended up remaining in Europe for over a decade, primarily living and working in the Benelux countries. Like many young people who set off for Europe I had a set of preconceived ideas as to how various European countries would be, not just ethnically, but culturally, the general ‘feel’ of being in France would be different to Holland or Germany and, of course, Britain.

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The ‘Reafricanization’ of the West


There is nothing new under the sun. The radicals of the 1960s who championed sexual liberation and called marriage a “system of oppression” imagined they were doing something revolutionary — and in a sense they were, but feminism and the sexual revolution have led to the reemergence within the white world of a more primitive family system long observed in Africa.

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