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An Alt Right Take on Jeff Sessions’ Confirmation Hearing

Senatorial procedures show how the conflicts of the day play out in the official political sphere. So when the confirmation hearings for Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) to become Attorney General occurred, I watched much of the live stream to see what would happen. It became clear to me that although Senator Sessions is a popular, well-regarded figure in the upper house, his nomination struck a nerve at America’s existing – and future – racial conflict.

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The Year Of The Beast And The Illusion Of Permanence

You’d have to have a hard heart indeed not to be mildly moved by the poetic tragedy of Debbie Reynolds dying just a day after her daughter, (((Carrie Fisher))). And just days before the passing of (((Carrie Fisher))), (((George Michael’s))) heart gave out one last time. A few days after Donald Trump was elected (((Leonard Cohen))) passed away prompting (((Jonathon Freedland))) to write in The Guardian ”Trump’s world is too dark – even for Leonard Cohen”. At the beginning of 2016 we lost Starman David Bowie and at the end we lost Star Wars’s Princess Leia, and in-between the western …

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The Alt Right and Antifa: The Misguided Question of White Youth Culture

The first track off doom-metal band Electric Wizard’s album Dopethrone is entitled “Vinum Sabbathi” or “Wine of the Sabbath.” It begins with a quote from Police Chief Dale Griffis, speaking in 1985 episode of ABC’s 20/20 titled “The Devil Worshippers.” He says: “When you get into one of these groups, there’s only a couple of ways you can get out: one is death, the other is mental institutions…”

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Rebel Yell 148: Todd Lewis, Praise of Folly

This is Rebel Yell – a Southern Nationalist podcast of the Alt-Right. I’m your host Musonius Rufus. Joining me are my cohosts Mencken’s Ghost and Ryan McMahon. For our 48th episode of Rebel Yell, we are talking with Todd Lewis from Attack the System. I left our preliminary talk in so the interview proper starts about ten minutes into the episode when Mencken joins us.

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President Obama’s Final Press Conference

My Fellow Americans, The recent detonation of a nuclear device in New York City by terrorists acting in the name of one of the world’s great religions of Peace caught us all by surprise. I did not anticipate that 7 million people would be vaporized in an instant while I was on the golf course, or that the scale and nature of the attack would be so unlike the run-of-mill attacks that have become our new normal. This only validates my long standing argument for stricter gun control. Nevertheless I didn’t see this coming, and I take full responsibility for …

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Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals

(((Saul Alinsky))) Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals New York: Random House, 1971. Rules for Radicals is [in]famous for its purported influence, and that of author (((Saul Alinsky))), among liberal and left-wing ideologues and politicians in the United States, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The political bent of this classic but reviled work by a community organizer from Chicago is shown on the very first page of the introduction by referencing “Joe McCarthy’s holocaust.” [It should be noted of course that declassified documents have revealed Senator McCarthy was pretty much always right about who was a …

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A Gen X Lament: The Alt Right

Two of the questions that have baffled writers in our time: Why do we not fight back? and Why are we failing to reproduce? The same answer addresses both: our people are existentially miserable. Existential misery refers to concerns related to existence itself. People who are existentially happy believe they have purpose, that the world is basically good or at least not headed toward failure, and that they will have meaningful lives. These are the questions of purpose and meaning that disturb our sleep in the middle of the night. Those who feel existentially lost sense that their lives have …

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MR. PRESIDENT, TEAR DOWN THIS PATHOLOGY

The election of Donald J. Trump reaches to areas beyond politics. It shows a cultural shift against globalism and the farther-Left-than-moderate neoliberalism which drives it. It also shows a population adapting to the diversity agenda of post-WWII by formally adopting identity politics, decoupling self-interest from altruism. First it makes sense to clarify what the election was not. It was not the election of a radical conservative ideologue. Nor was it a vote of confidence in the conservative parties who first opposed the nomination of Mr. Trump in favor of more moderate, neoconservative candidates. This was a man seizing an opportunity …

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Rebel Yell 143: Weev

This is Rebel Yell – a Southern Nationalist podcast of the Alt-Right. I’m your host Musonius Rufus. Joining me are my cohosts Mencken’s Ghost and Ryan McMahon. For our 43rd episode of Rebel Yell, we are talking with the famous Andrew Auernheimer—better known as Weev. No notes needed today, goyim. Just Weev. And Happy Day of the Dead!

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84% of FBI Special Agents are White: No. 1 Reason Why Agent Revolt/Mass Resignation Took Place Over Hillary’s Emails

Three important headlines to understand the re-opening of the Hillary Clinton email file: Is This Why Comey Broke: A Stack Of Resignation Letters From Furious FBI Agents, Zero Hedge, 10-30-16 The real “crisis” isn’t an oligarchy/criminal gang running Washington D.C.; it’s the lack of white FBI special agents (which might work to bring down this criminal enterprise)

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Right-Wingers Versus Conservatives

One of the more interesting things about this current election cycle is that it has been forcing many of us on the Right to redefine who we are. Maybe not so much for long-time readers of Counter-Currents and other sites aligned with the Alt Right, but for normies and ex-normies, candidate Donald Trump has forced us to choose in a way we have never chosen before. Are you Right-wing? Or are you conservative? Once upon a time these two terms were nearly synonymous. Right-wingers were by default conservative and vice versa. Throw in the equally explosive moniker ‘hawk’ and you …

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The Moral Ontology of Feels: A Guide to Interacting with Last Men

The current year’s prevailing moral philosophy is moral realism rooted in the capricious emotional state of the moral agent. The deracination of morality has stripped modern man of the lens through which he may rationally attribute moral descriptors to behavior or attribute X. X is no longer objectively good or bad, nor does it have any inherent properties whatsoever. X is simply the subjective emotional state of the actor and those acted upon. The “Enlightenment” is arguably the most Orwellian term ever conceived by man. Post-Enlightenment man descended from the sunny outdoors into a dark cave, shackled himself to the …

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Glazer & Moynihan’s Beyond the Melting Pot

Nathan Glazer and Daniel Patrick Moynihan Beyond the Melting Pot, 2nd Edition Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1970. Beyond the Melting Pot: The Negroes, Puerto Ricans, Jews, Italians and Irish of New York City was written in 1963 and revised in 1970, but its critique of American assimilation mythology is as relevant as ever. Co-authors (((Nathan Glazer))) and Daniel Patrick Moynihan note that the term “melting pot” itself was popularized by the London-born Russian Jew (((Israel Zangwill))), who in his play of the same name wrote: “America is God’s Crucible, the great Melting-Pot where all the races of Europe are melting …

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We are all Boers

Since the end of apartheid in 1994, there have been anywhere from 3000 to 6000 White farmers brutally murdered in savage attacks across South Africa, with a total of 40 000 White farmers remaining alive in the country today. There were around 60 000 White farmers at the end of apartheid, and the decline is attributable to farmers who either traded in their passport and emigrated to a safer country or traded in the pitchfork and chose a safer occupation, as well as to the murders themselves. Often, these attacks don’t involve robbery or any sort of economic motivation, and …

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The Fight for the Alt-Right: The Rising Tide of Ideological Autism Against Big Tent-Supremacy

The growth of what is termed the alt-right in recent months has lead to a growth of criticism and some debate over its meaning and scope. (We’re also on Wikipedia now). The “Alternative Right” is a 2010s political label with history I am sure most people reading this are familiar with, and if not it is beside the point. What I aim to discuss here is not so much alt-right history or criticisms of, but rather a survey of what basic tenets compose it now. But before that, I would emphasize that by necessity the alt-right is a “big tent” …

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Hoverhand Of The Year

Ecstatic to meet Captain Hillster – a superhero fighting for my mom – while in Seattle this weekend! pic.twitter.com/QP7jxrEjTb — Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) October 24, 2016 Captain Mentally Illster’s hoverhand is a good six inches above Chelsea Hubbell’s shoulder. SO BETA. But isn’t that thecunt’s constituency in a nutless-shell? Mutant betaboy toadies and man-hating aggrocunts. Superheroes to no one but themselves. There are a lot of different people from all walks of life who support The Trumpening — gay fascist bodybuilders, hillbillies, PUAs, mischievous 4channers, international outlaws, tradwives, frat bros, genteel realtalkers, shiv artists. What do they have in common? …

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Memetic Thursday: Endgame Hillary

Listen up everybody It is literally less than two weeks till the election. For the remainder of the race we need to focus on one last Glorious Memetic Campaign. It should primarily be focused on social media for widest distribution. Specifically via a ‘NORMIE FRIENDLY’ assault.

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Pyrrhic Polls

Experts agree: White identity politics is on the rise, and it’s driven by diversity and expressed through Donald Trump. That’s what a study by two psychology academics found: In a study of white Americans’ attitudes and candidate preferences, we found that Trump’s success reflects the rise of “white identity politics” – an attempt to protect the collective interests of white voters via the ballot box. Whereas racial prejudice refers to animosity toward other racial groups, white identity reflects a sense of connection to fellow white Americans. We’re not the first to tie Trump’s candidacy to white identity politics. But our …

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Remembering John C. Calhoun

Anyone familiar with 19th-century American history will recognize John C. Calhoun as the man who, more than anyone else, represented the antebellum South. He, along with John Randolph of Roanoke, Virginia, provided much of the intellectual heft behind the character and institutions of the South and defined its position as a distinct economic and cultural region within the greater Union. Calhoun’s ideas, which he expressed forcefully during his many years in the Senate as well in his two great contributions to political thought, A Disquisition on Government and A Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States, effectively …

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