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Physical, Legal, and Virtual: The Wall Against Time

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PHOENIX, AZ — The feverishly anticipated and once-postponed “immigration speech,” a follow-up to the “terrorism speech” which largely revolved around immigration anyway, has finally come. Trump spoke in Arizona (hours after meeting with the Mexican president) on a topic many had expected him to introduce a softened stance on, his immigration platform. Concerns about illegal immigration in particular were what catapulted Trump’s campaign over a dozen Republican rivals earlier in the election cycle, and his repeatedly voiced stances of deportation and building a wall on the southern border were the keystones to his success. Read More »

China Overtakes US in Scientific Articles, Robots, Supercomputers

Nothing illustrates China’s meteoric rise as some well chosen numbers.

By the end of the 1990s, China had come to dominate the mainstays of geopolitical power in the 20th century – coal and steel production. As a consequence, it leapt to the top of the Compositive Index of National Capability, which uses military expenditure, military personnel, energy consumption, iron and steel production, urban population, and total population as a proxy of national power. Still, one could legitimately argue that all of these factors are hardly relevant today. While Germany’s fourfold preponderance in steel production over Russia may have been a critical number in 1914, China’s eightfold advantage in steel production over the US by 2014 is all but meaningless in any relevant comparison of national power. The world has moved on.

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Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

In a White enthnostate, I’d have a hard time arguing against universal healthcare. As a recovering paleoconservative, historically, I had much disdain for the idea of tax subsidized healthcare–let the proles suffer or, I would ask, “Are there no prisons, and are there no workhouses?” I’ve “evolved” since then, but only with respect to a White people–the old, young, pregnant women, mentally handicapped and those suffering from a major condition. The rest of the races can sod off.

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Has Ben Shapiro Been Born Again Hard?

The last time I paid any attention to Ben Shapiro he was on the losing end of the Breitbart civil war, Shapiro has long fancied himself as the nemesis of Donald Trump and the Alt-Right, and that was the cause of the Breitbart crisis. Needless to say, it hasn’t been a very good year for Ben and I’d assumed he was destined to feature only as a ”Conservative expert” on Fox News or whatever slot his fellow Jews could wrangle for him, but no, I was wrong…

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The Earnest Futility Of “Proposition Nation” Magical Thinking

This comment by consiliosus stands as one of the purest expressions of “proposition nation” idolatry I’ve read. I highlight it because Realtalkers should understand the imposing mental road blocks of the benighted that they have to hurdle if America is to be saved in any form that remotely resembles the historical America.

Respectfully, what CH is missing is that, what is unique about America, is it was the first nation or even first political organization of people NOT built on race or ethnicity, but on an ideal. Alt-Right/ethno-racial nationalism is based on European political thinking. The latter is a way of thinking that goes back to the beginning of Human history. America made a break from this. It showed that it was possible, even ideal.

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Banal Ethnic Conflict and the Burkini

During peacetime, ethnically diverse societies tend to fight over a variety of public cultural issues, such as flags, statuary, and holidays. They can’t help themselves. Multiethnic societies don’t think about issues from a clinically rational perspective that weighs the merits of arguments and considers the facts on the ground; they rely on tribal affiliation to determine political positions. The latest such issue to highlight this is the “burkini” controversy in France. The dispute, over what can only be described as Islamic swimwear, pits the ethnic French against Muslims and their anti-nationalist allies. This is what really matters, folks. Or does it? As controversial symbol of different things for different people, the burkini is an opportunity to fight.

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Is Western Civilization Suffering From Burnout?

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From 1843 Magazine, an inspection of the modern phenomenon of burnout:

When Elliot protests that he can’t just do nothing, he is seeing and judging himself from the perspective of a culture that looks with disdain at anything that smacks of inactivity. Under constant self-scrutiny as to whether he is being sufficiently productive, he feels ashamed when he judges himself to have come up short in this regard. But this leaves him at once too drained to work and unable to rest.

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Fiddler On The Roof: A Very Jewish Movie

I recently stumbled across ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ and decided to watch it, I was aware that there was a particularly Jewish musical by that name but I’d always avoided it because I dislike musicals. Today, however, an entirely Jewish musical set in Russia shortly before the Russian Revolution has much to offer to the dissident Nationalist mind.
The history of the Jews in Russia, the ‘Pale of the Settlement’, the animosity toward the Russian aristocracy and the rise of revolutionary Marxism, is a vast area of exploration and a post such as this could easily spiral out of control, so for the sake of brevity I’ll try and keep this within the context of the Fiddler on the Roof movie, readers might want to check out ”Solzhenitsyn’s Forbidden Book” which deals with the Jewish involvement with Bolshevism and the Occidental Observers series on the ‘Pale of the Settlement’.

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A White Teacher Speaks Out

Christopher Jackson:

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I recall a bad joke that explains, in crude terms, the relationship between blacks and whites in America today:

“What do you call a white man surrounded by 20 blacks?”

“Coach.”

“What do you call a white man surrounded by 1,000 blacks?”

“Warden.”

I might add another line to this joke: “What do you call a white man surrounded by 30 blacks?”

“Teacher.”

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Alt-RINOs, Those Who Incur the Wrath of Kek

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International criminal and third world advocate Hillary Clinton gave a speech recently denouncing the Alt-Right, in which we were painted as a part of a vast right-wing conspiracy of klansmen, water filter salesmen, and Russian agents working together to elect Donald Trump. Unfortunately, I am yet to receive a suitcase full of money from Vladimir Putin. Instead I am seeing people all over the Internet claiming to be Alt-Right who I’ve never heard of before, but more importantly, a number of them aren’t Alt-Right.

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The Alt-Right vs The Known Universe

I spent the run up to Hillary Clinton’s Alt-Right speech pondering why she would make such a speech, what was in it for her and her presidential bid. I came to the conclusion that the Cultural Marxist alliance was not yet ready to overwhelm White America completely and so Hillary was attempting to reach out to non-decided voters by using the guilt by association trick on Trump, Hillary was effectively saying ”Ok, I get it, you hate me, I’m corrupt, bought and paid for, I hate you too, but look, vote for Trump and the Nazis get in too”.

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