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Amerikaner Free State

Now that I’ve gotten your attention with a meme, let’s talk business. I’ve written on American balkanization, White nationalism, and Anglo-American identity before, but here I would like to bring these together and elaborate on the ideal of a North American White ethnostate and some of its practical concerns. Provisionally, I will refer to this as the Amerikaner Free State, because I am a fan of the Amerikaner neo-ethnonym and in retrospect think Anglo-American sounds too academic and less organic. Regardless of what sticks, what matters most is getting away from the anti-identity we are told to pencil in by …

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Britain’s Top Stores Are Dreaming Of An Anti-White Christmas

Here in Britain it’s become something of a tradition for higher-end department stores and supermarkets to sink a sizable proportion of their advertizing budget into producing rather glossy, well produced Christmas tailored ads. They aren’t designed to simply flog cheap booze and turkey, they’re a cultural event, the aim is to associate the brand with Christmas by delicately plucking the yuletide strings of the British consumer. The ‘Big Three’, John Lewis, Sainsbury’s and Marks and Spencer have recently released their Christmas ads into the British cultural space, each trying to outdo the others in encapsulating that magic glow of Christmas …

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Zero to Eighty-Eight: Notes on Building a Deep State

Donald John Trump has been elected President of the United States. He retains Huffington Post cited “White Nationalist,” “Anti-Semite,” and former Breitbart executive Steven Bannon as one of his official advisors. Peter Thiel—Gawker slayer, contrarian billionaire, and President Trump’s only notable Silicon Valley backer—is a member of the transition team, and along with Bannon will help the Trump administration select some 4000 personnel. Alabama senator and “racist” Jeff Sessions is President Trump’s pick for attorney general. Kansas representative Mike Pompeo, an “islamophobe,” is being considered for head of the CIA. As necessary as these developments are to the cause of …

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The racial detente is over

This is an unusually astute article on an important reason that helps explain the rising appeal of the Alt-Right across America from the Federalist. Privilege theory and the concept of systemic racism dealt the death blow to the détente. In embracing these theories, minorities and progressives broke their essential rule, which was to not run around calling everyone a racist. As these theories took hold, every white person became a racist who must confess that racism and actively make amends. Yet if the white woman who teaches gender studies at Barnard with the Ben Shahn drawings in her office is …

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“Fake” Hate Crimes are Real Hate Crimes Against Whites

Just in the last week, we’ve seen two major incidents of “faked” hate crimes make their way into the national media. First, police confirmed that the woman who claimed to have been attacked and to have had her hijab torn off and wallet stolen by white men wearing Trump hats invented the whole account. Second, a Jewish and “white Hispanic” student duo were confirmed to have been behind the spray-painting of racist and homophobic slurs along with the word “Trump” inside their campus chapel.  The mainstream response to incidents like these is to think, at first: “Oh no! Someone spray-painted …

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The Rise Of The ‘White-lash’

If Brexit was an uppercut to the system then Trump’s victory was a roundhouse to its jaw and all the liberal classes can look forward to now is having The Donald kick their teeth out and humiliate them from the highest office on earth, they know it, we know it, Donald Trump knows it. Most satisfying of all is that they know we weren’t tricked, it isn’t that we’re just misguided and too thick to understand, no, we do understand and we want to see them hurt, to see them in pain. For example:  ”Our tailored social media feeds not …

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Tocqueville’s Patriotic Republic: Nationalist Themes in “Democracy in America,”

Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America[1] is one of the great classics of the American political tradition, alongside the best writings of Thomas Jefferson or the Federalist Papers. This is no small achievement for a Frenchman. Indeed, Tocqueville’s magnum opus is, I believe, the only foreign-language book to be included in the Library of America series. One can see why Democracy in America was so popular in American civics classes. The book is a highly nuanced portrait of the early American Republic, with many insights which help to explain the differences that endure to this day between Europe and North …

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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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Election Reaction Makes the Case for Partition

Grief. Fear. Hysteria. Anger. Protests. Riots. Hate crimes. Arrests. The United States is reeling from the election of President Donald Trump. Ultra-liberal Portland and Seattle revolt as communists light fires and smash storefronts. Megadiverse New York City has to impose a no-fly zone over 5th Avenue. LGBT and Mexican flags wave in San Francisco outside high schools. Students in Michigan chant “Build the Wall.” Muslim women have their headscarves torn off. A White man is kicked in the head for being a suspected Trump supporter. Swastika graffiti appears anonymously on walls and doors around the country. Wow just wow, it’s …

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Twist The Knife

SIR ROGER L’ESTRANGE tells us a story in his collection of Fables, of the Cock and the Horses. The Cock was gotten to roost in the stable among the horses; and there being no racks or other conveniences for him, it seems, he was forced to roost upon the ground. The horses jostling about for room, and putting the Cock in danger of his life, he gives them this grave advice, “Pray, Gentlefolks! let us stand still! for fear we should tread upon one another!”

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Jews Are Leading the Legal Fight Against Brexit

As I showed in an earlier article on Jews and Brexit, Jewish attitudes are complex and nuanced because Jewish interests on Brexit are not entirely clear. (Needless to say, the interests of Britain as a whole, much less White Britain, are not relevant to this internal Jewish debate.) Nevertheless, there can be little doubt that the recent push to have Parliament vote on Brexit is very much a Jewish project. Much ink has recently been spilled on the efforts of the Mischon de Reya law firm to “derail” Brexit. The technicalities of this effort are fairly straightforward — the goal …

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The (First) Thirty Years War For Immigration Reform

  Fifty, even thirty years ago, there was a rightful presumption regarding the average immigrant that he was among the most enterprising, thrifty, alert, adventurous, and courageous of the community from which he came. It required no small energy, prudence, forethought, and pains to conduct the inquiries relating to his migration, to accumulate the necessary means, and to find his way across the Atlantic. To-day the presumption is completely reversed. So thoroughly has the continent of Europe been crossed by railways, so effectively has the business of emigration there been exploited, so much have the rates of railroad fares and …

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Trumpquake: Savouring the Tears of Our Enemies

Looking ahead to the French elections, Daniela Schwarzer, director of research at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), said that European leaders like Ms Le Pen might start to take a leaf out of Mr Trump’s no-shame rhetorical playbook. “The broken taboos, the extent of political conflict, the aggression that we’ve seen from Trump, this can widen the scope of what becomes thinkable in our own political culture,” Ms Schwarzer said.

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So Much for Promises – Quotes Re 1965 Immigration Act

Many of the people who made these promises are now dead. Eugene McCarthy died of old age, but before died, he said that he and the other Senators “never intended to open the floodgates. “Robert F. Kennedy didn`t live long enough to see the results of his underestimate of Asian immigration, to quote from Alien Nation, “tragically, Robert Kennedy himself was to be assassinated by an immigrant counted by the INS as Asian.” Since the (((1965 Immigration Act))) went into effect, more than 60 million immigrants, most from non-European, Third World countries have poured into the United States. Today, most …

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Human Biodiversity for Normies

This essay begins my introduction to one of the single most treacherous topics in modern political life. That topic is essentially a scientific one, rather than a political one—although in order to see this we may have to put some very prevalent philosophical and political misconceptions aside. As such, this series is going to be somewhat more dry in tone than some of my other writing. While it would be terribly easy to preach to the choir on this topic, my goal is to produce a series that could work to introduce liberals and “normies” (that’s what those of us …

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Dindu Osmosis

When watching the West destroy itself with multiculturalism, you learn all sorts of things about humanity. For instance, British sociologists are puzzled why white British people do not want to live near their non-white “British” countrymen. White populations in towns and cities are dwindling at record levels and in extreme cases have halved in a decade, it was revealed today. In Newham, east London, just 16 per cent of the population are white, compared to 33 per cent ten years ago. Academic Ted Cantle, a Government adviser of community cohesion, says by the 2021 census the polarisation will be even …

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Deconstructing “Racism”

Race and racism have become central to modern politics. Nearly every political question, no matter how trivial or benign, is turned into an issue of race. Leftists thrive on non-white identity politics, while conservatives typically avoid the issue. They often claim they are above it all and wish that their political opponents would simply stop racializing political issues. But this is never going to happen. Asking the Left to stop playing identity politics is comparable to asking one football team to quit scoring so many touchdowns because it is unfair to their opponents. Identity politics is a winning strategy for …

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Freedom, Liberty, Posterity: A Tripartite Case for Amerikaner Nationalism

You know the drill by now—English-speaking White Americans, some 200 million people in the United States, form a unique and diverse nation of pan-European descent that values freedom, liberty, and making each generation better than the last. Whether we call them Anglo-American, Amerikaner, or just White, our goal is to establish a national homeland for our people by any means appropriate, because the alternative is becoming a minority in our own country as a result of hostile government policies. I spend a lot of time thinking about how to best spread this message; all of us who are active in …

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