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Castizo America: The Synthesis of Civic Nationalism and Liberalism

The largest obstacle to the victory of the cultural marxist left in the United States is probably civic nationalism, the deracinated attachment felt mostly by White people to the United States and “traditional” values. Even after decades of mass immigration and social poisoning, a massive bloc of the White population still loves its country. They have voted for a man who promises to restore it, Donald Trump, and to do so on a politically incorrect platform of nativism and protectionism. But President Trump cannot bring back yesteryear’s America. The country is too diverse and liberal now, as the policies of …

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Regression to the Mean

I am taller than the average American male. This can only be for a combination of two reasons: genes and the environment. I have no idea which environmental factors might have made me taller than average, so if my height advantage is part genetic and part environmental in origin I will probably only pass on the genetic portion to my children. Unless they, by sheer luck, also get the same environmental advantages I did, they will be more like the average person, in terms of height, than I am, but still somewhat taller than average due to my genes. They …

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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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Moral Paragons Need No Facts: The Pathetic Apologetics of Jonathan Sacks, Part 2

Part 1 Rabbi Sacks’ “critique” of multiculturalism As he approached the end of his tenure as Chief Rabbi of Britain in 2013, Sacks became increasingly critical of Britain’s model of multiculturalism which, he acknowledged, had originally emerged “in response to the Holocaust.” While having been “undertaken for the highest of motives” and “intended to create a more tolerant society, one in which everyone, regardless of color, creed or culture, felt at home,” multiculturalism in Britain was no longer working. It was not, however, the beheading of Lee Rigby, the no go zones, revelations of Muslim rape gangs or the racialization …

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Moral Paragons Need No Facts: The Pathetic Apologetics of Jonathan Sacks, Part 1

  Jonathan Sacks has been acclaimed by the Jerusalem Post as “one of contemporary Britain’s most outstanding thinkers and spokesmen.” The former Chief British Rabbi, who has been showered with awards from Jewish organizations and appointed to professorships in New York and London, has been feted as a “brilliant philosopher and an enlightening presence for the whole world.” He has even been called “the outstanding moral authority of our time,” while the egregious Prince Charles once described him as “a light unto this nation.” Not surprisingly, given the Jewish stranglehold over the Western media, Sacks, who was made a peer …

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The Border Mindset

The particular borders of a state change over time. History bears witness to this process. Wars, invasions, annexations, revolutions, rebellions, collapses, and the like have confronted human attempts at territorial organization, probably since our earliest days. This area gets annexed to the crown, that area gets taken by invading forces, and that area all the way over there is de facto under our control since the local ruler obeys us. Borders expand and contract like the tide. In a sense, the fixity of borders is a lot like the concept of peace—it prevails in the absence of war but otherwise …

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Madison Grant and the American Nation

The critic Northop Frye wrote of Oswald Spengler’s magnum opus, “If The Decline of the West were nothing else, it would still be one of the world’s great Romantic poems.”[1] Much the same could be said of Madison Grant’s Conquest of the Continent, or rather that it is, all at once, a great history and a great poem. The book is exhaustively researched, with some four years of preparatory work[2], and it announces itself, modestly and scholarly, as “an effort to make an estimate of the various elements, national and racial, existing in the present population of the United States …

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Whose America First?

One of the most remarkable turn of events in America’s 2016 election has been the revitalization of the phrase “America First!” America First as a slogan has its origins in the pre-World War II America First Committee which was dedicated to keeping the United States out of that war. It was a slogan that energized many in the hinterlands against what they saw as a useless entanglement over foreign interests many thousands of miles away. Notable supporters of the Committee included future presidents John F. Kennedy and Gerald Ford along with cultural figures like Walt Disney, Frank Lloyd Wright and …

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Jon Stewart on Trump: Progressive Hypocrisy and the Hostile Elite’s Plan for America

Jon Stewart (or, as  Donald Trump called him, (((Jonathan Leibowitz))), former host of Comedy Central’s Daily Show, in a recent interview while promoting his new book Oral History, tried his best to smooth over what he sees as a real setback in the recent election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency. In doing so, however, he revealed the operational long-term objective of America’s elite and how it has completely rewritten the White Anglo-Saxon founding and history of America into the New Multi-cultural, Multi-ethnic Imperative.  This is notable because it is rare when a prominent member of America’s cultural elite …

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The Unbearable Burden

Author Nikesh Shukla—a fat brown man who appears to sweat a lot—has just been named one of Foreign Policy magazine’s “100 Global Thinkers of 2016.” He won this award for his work focusing on the “unbearable whiteness of publishing.” Ironically, his surname is a word of Sanskrit origin meaning “white.” In books such as The Good Immigrant, the British citizen complains that British society is unfairly dominated by indigenous Britons. I think I’ll move to India, bitch about how the Indian publishing industry is stacked in favor of Indians, and then expect to receive grants and awards…or maybe not.

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Xenoskepticism is a Good Rule of Thumb

History is full of uncanny patterns. Either we’ve learned nothing as a species or things are repeating themselves. Time is cyclical or man is forgetful. Maybe there is a “natural law” at work or something like that. Or maybe not. Nailing these down with precision is honestly not all that important though. Ideas have consequences sure, but ideas also have antecedents. They are chained together over the course of civilizations. And one of the most eternal recurrences is that of precarious elites importing human resources from other tribes than their own.

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Planting America: State-Sponsored Demographic Change and the Precedent of Ulster

Author’s note: 90% of this was written before the election. Yes, I know you all think President Trump is going to make everything bad go away. I have something on how he can start to do that here. If he does permanently move the United States towards White nationalism, this article describes 1965-2016. If he doesn’t, we shall have to struggle through the ongoing consequences of that period all the more. You think you live in a free country. The United States is some unique and historically transcendent place, where out of nothing arose a great and powerful country without …

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Tolerance Is Weakness

I can describe the current state of the Western World in a few words. None of these words are positive. But with the election of Donald Trump and Brexit, the Western World is changing. We just need to help push this positive change along. We need to help remove false virtues that are shoved down our throats and implanted into our brains. One of these ideas is that of showing ‘tolerance.’

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Disgust vs. Phobia

The left has a deliberately difficult time understanding the difference between disgust and phobia. For instance if you don’t like gays you’re homophobic. Don’t like Islam? Islamophobic. Are immigrants raping, robbing, pillaging, and exploding in your nation? Xenophobic. Don’t like men in dresses peeing next to your daughter in a restroom while whistling the theme to Silence of the Lambs? Transphobic. We know the drill.

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Chosen Leaders, Proven Failures

With a few notable exceptions, political leaders are chosen by political leaders, and not by electorates or community-based organizations or popular assemblies. Popular media figures and the so-called ‘pundits’, including academics and self-declared experts and ‘think-tank’ analysts reinforce and propagate these choices. A collection of terms and pseudo concepts are essential in validating what is really an oligarchical process. These concepts are tagged onto whoever is chosen by the elite for electoral candidates or for the seizure of political power. With this framework in mind, we have to critically analyze the symbols and signs used by popular opinion-makers as they …

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Refugees Welcome: The Diaries

Mary Engleheart, Mary’s blog called ”Migration Diaries” is an account of her pro-refugee activism and tales of daring-do from the front-lines in the Calais migrant jungle. Mary recently wrote an article entitled ”A shout out to the men of fighting age” it’s Mary attempting to refute and debunk the ”men of fighting age” headline which has become something of a meme. The problem is, when I read Mary’s article I had the distinct feeling she might be slightly embellishing the facts, and that there might just be a hint of bias in her piece, indeed, I frequently burst out laughing …

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Why Affirmative Action for Hispanics and American Indians?

An example of chance and irrationality in American history. Historians (e.g., Syme 1958: 168, 419, 435) [1], have pointed out that the most serious distorting factor in historical thinking is the powerful tendency of the human mind to ignore the role of chance and irrationality and to assume that what happened was a logical development. [2] In this essay I will discuss an important example of this tendency: the inclusion of Hispanics and American Indians as beneficiaries of affirmative-action preferences–and how, in order to justify their inclusion, a social virtue was invented that had never existed before: diversity.

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Kraut And Tea Is Not For Me

In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S High Priestess of SJW’s, Anita Sarkeesian, lamented that left wing ”Social Justice” had ”taken a beating”. And she was correct, they had and they have nothing to look forward to but yet more beatings in the future, their punishment must be more severe.

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The 4 Major Power Centers Of The Globalist Left

We won. I can say honestly that I’ve been experiencing major dopamine release since Trump was announced President (the ‘winning’ effect produces this sensation, as well as social dominance). It’s an amazing time to be alive, and we all truly deserved that victory. We worked hard for it. We celebrated. But now it’s time to get back to work, and get back to work quickly.

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Donald Trump: American Legend

Donald Trump’s victory could not be more inspiring and Hillary Clinton’s defeat could not be more humiliating. While white people across the red heartland are celebrating, people of color in blue cities are rioting, underscoring why there was a so-called “whitelash” in the first place. The Left has long-denied that they were remaking the country through mass-immigration from the Third World – even though this dispossession was plain to see – but over the past few years, sensing victory, they dropped their guard and began fantasizing about how they would reign supreme once whites became a minority. The Left showed …

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