The Unz Review • An Alternative Media Selection$
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media
Show by  
Email This Page to Someone

 Remember My Information



=>
Topics Filter?
2020 Election 9/11 Academia ADL American Media American Military American Pravda Anti-Semitism Black Lives Matter Blacks Bolshevik Revolution Britain Censorship China Christianity Civil War Communism Conservative Movement Conspiracy Theories Coronavirus Donald Trump France Germany Hitler Holocaust Immigration Iraq War Israel Israel Lobby Israel/Palestine Jews JFK Assassination Joe Biden Nazi Germany Neocons Political Correctness Review Russia Slavery Soviet Union Ukraine Vietnam Vietnam War Winston Churchill World War I World War II Zionism 1971 War 2000 Election 2008 Election 2016 Election Abortion Abraham Lincoln Abu Ghraib Abu Mehdi Muhandas ACLU Adel Abdul Mahdi Affective Empathy Affirmative Action Afghanistan Africa African Americans Africans Afrikaner Afrocentricism Ahmed Chalabi AI AIPAC Alan Duncan Albania Albert Einstein Alexander Hamilton Algeria Alt Right Altruism Amazon America America First American Empire American Indians American Jews American Left American Legion American Revolution Americana Amerindians Amy Klobuchar Amygdala Anarchism Ancient Genetics Ancient Greece Ancient Jews Ancient Near East Ancient Rome Anglo-Saxons Angola Anthrax Anthropology Anti-Gentilism Anti-Vaxx Antifa Antiquity Antiracism Antiwar Movement Apartheid Apocalypse Arab Spring Arabs Argentina Armenia Armenian Genocide Armenians Army-McCarthy Hearings Art Ashkenazi Jews Asia Asians Assassinations Assimilation AUMF Auschwitz Australia Australian Aboriginals Austro-Hungarian Empire Aviem Sella Azerbaijan Bahrain Balka Balkans Bangladesh Banking Banking Industry Banking System Banks Barack Obama Bashar Al-Assad Battle Of Algiers BDS Movement Belgium Belgrade Embassy Bombing Bellingcat Benedict Arnold Benjamin Netanyahu Benny Morris Berlin Wall Bernard Lewis Bill Clinton Bioweapons Black Crime Black History Black Muslims Black Panthers Blackface Blackmail Boasian Anthropology Boers Bolivia Bolshevik Russia Boris Johnson Bosnia Bowe Bergdahl Brain Size Brazil Bret Stephens Brexit Brian Mast Buddhism Byzantine California Cambodia Canada Capitalism Carroll Quigley Carry Me Back To Ole Virginny Catalonia Catholic Church Catholicism Caucasus Chanda Chisala Charles De Gaulle Charles Manson Charles Murray Charles Pellegrino Charleston Shooting Charlie Hebdo Charlottesville Che Guevara Chicago Chicago School Child Abuse China/America China Vietnam Chinese Chinese Communist Party Chinese Exclusion Act Christine Maxwell Christmas Chuck Hagel CIA Civil Liberties Civil Rights Civilian Deaths Civilization Clannishness Classical Antiquity Classical History Claude-Lévi-Strauss Clinton Global Initiative Cockburn Family Col. Edward M. House Cold War Colombia Colonialism Color Revolution Columbus Comedy Confederacy Confederate Flag Confucianism Congress Conservatives Constantinople Constitution Constitutional Theory Consumer Debt Counterpunch Crime Crimea Critical Race Theory Croatia Crusades Cuba Cuban Missile Crisis Cultural Marxism Dalton Trumbo Darpa Darwinism David Bazelon David Brog David Goldenberg David Irving David Petraeus David Wurmser Debt Debt Jubilee Decadence Deep South Deep State Democracy Democratic Party Democratic Republic Of Congo Demographic Transition Dick Cheney Die Nibelungen Dinesh D'Souza Disease Diversity Dixie Dmitry Orlov Dollar Donald Rumsfeld Dopamine Dostoevsky Doug Feith Douglas MacArthur Dresden Dreyfus Affair Drone War Drug Cartels Drugs Duterte Dysgenic E.E. Cummings E.O. 9066 East Asians Economic Development Edmund Burke Efraim Zurofff Egypt Eisenhower Eli Rosenbaum Elie Wiesel Eliot Engel Elizabeth Warren Emmanuel Macron England Enhanced Interrogations Enoch Powell Environment Erwin Rommel Espionage Ethiopia EU Eugenics Eurasia Europe European Genetics European Right European Union Europeans Evolutionary Biology Evolutionary Psychology Eye Color Fake News Farmers Fascism FBI Federal Reserve Feminism Fertility Rates Fidel Castro Fields Medals FIFA Financial Debt Financial Sector First Amendment First World War Floradora Girls Floyd Olson Floyd Riots 2020 Foreign Service Fourth Of July Frankfurt School Franklin D. Roosevelt Franz Boas Fred Hiatt Free Speech Free Trade Freedom Of Speech French National Front French Revolution Friedrich Karl Berger Gallipoli Gandhi Gays/Lesbians Gaza Gene-Culture Coevolution Genetic Pacification Genghis Khan Genocide Geopolitics George Bush George Kennan George Patton George Soros George Tenet George W. Bush George Wallace Georgia German Language Germans Ghislaine Maxwell Gilad Atzmon Global Warming Globalism Globalization Goetsu Gold Gold Warriors Google Gorbachev Goths Government Spending Government Surveillance Great Depression Great Leap Forward Greece Greeks Green New Deal Guilt Culture Gun Control Haim Saban Haiti Hamas Hate Speech Havelock Ellis Haymarket Affair Hbd Hbd Chick Henri De Man Henry Kissinger Herbert John Fleure Hezbollah Hillary Clinton Hiroshima Hispanics Historical Genetics History HKND Hollywood Hong Kong Huey Long Huey Newton Hunter-Gatherers Hutu I.F. Stone Ibo Ice T Identity Igbo Ilhan Omar IMF Impeachment Imperialism Income Tax India Individualism Indo-Europeans Indonesia Inequality Inflation Intelligence Internet Inventions Iosef Stalin Iosif Stalin IQ Iran Iranian Nuclear Program Iraq Ireland Isabel Maxwell ISIS ISIS. Terrorism Islam Islamophobia Isolationism J. Edgar Hoover Jamaica James Forrestal James Mattis Japan Jared Kushner JCPOA Jeffrey Epstein Jen Psaki Jeremy Corbyn Jesuits Jesus Jewish Intellectuals JFK Jr. Jimmy Carter John B. Watson John Bolton John F. Kennedy John Kerry John McCain John Mearsheimer Jonah Goldberg Jonathan Pollard Jonathan Schell Jordan Peterson Joseph Kennedy Joseph Lieberman Joseph McCarthy Judah Benjamin Judaism Judicial System Julian Assange Jute Kaiser Wilhelm Kamala Harris Kashmir Kata'ib Hezbollah Keir Starmer Keith Ellison Ken Livingstone Kevin MacDonald Kevin McCarthy Keynes Khrushchev Kim Young Oak Kinship Kissing Kkk Knighthood Know-nothings Korean War Kosovo Ku Klux Klan Kurds Larkana Conspiracy Latin America Lebanon Lee Kuan Yew Lenin Leon Trotsky LGBT Liberalism Libertarianism Libertarians Libya Lloyd Austin long-range-missile-defense Lorde Los Angeles Louis Farrakhan Lyndon B Johnson Lyndon Johnson Macedonia Machiavellianism Mafia Magna Charta Magnitsky Act Malaysian Airlines MH17 Mao Zedong Maoism Marcus Garvey Margaret Thatcher Martin Luther King Marx Marxism Mary White Ovington Math Mathematics Mathilde Krim Matt Gaetz Maulana Bhashani May Howard Mayans McCain/POW McMahon Line Memorial Day Mental Illness Meritocracy Mexican-American War Mexico MH 17 Michael Morell Middle Ages Middle East Mike Huckabee Mike Pompeo Mikhail Khodorkovsky Military Pay Millennials Milner Group Milton Friedman Mindanao Minimum Wage Minneapolis Minnesota Minorities Minstrels Mishima Modernism Mongolia Moon Landing Hoax Moon Landings Morality Moro Mossad Movies Multiculturalism Music Muslim Ban Muslims Mussolini Mutual Assured Destruction My Lai My Old Kentucky Home Naftali Bennett Nagasaki Nancy Pelosi Nation Of Islam National Debt National Review Nationalism Native Americans NATO Naz Shah Nazi Nazis Nazism Nelson Mandela Neoconservatism Neoconservatives Neoliberalism Neolithic Neoreaction New Cold War New England Patriots New Orleans New Qing History New World Order New York City New York Times Nicaragua Canal Nigeria Nikki Haley Nixon Noam Chomsky Nobel Prized Nobosuke Kishi Nordics North Africa North Korea Northern Ireland Northwest Europe NSA Nuclear War Nuclear Weapons Nuremberg O Mio Babbino Caro Obscured American Occupy Wall Street Oedipus Complex Oil Industry Oklahoma City Bombing Olaf Caroe Old Folks At Home Operation Gladio Opium Wars Organized Crime Orthodoxy Osama Bin Laden Ottoman Empire Pakistan Palestine Panama Canal Paris Attacks Parsi Pat Buchanan Pathological Altruism Paul Wolfowitz Pearl Harbor Pedophilia Peggy Seagrave Pennsylvania Pentagon People's Republic Of China Peru Petro Poroshenko Phil Onderdonk Philippines Philosophy Pierre-Andrew Taguieff Pioneers Pizzagate Plutocracy Poetry Poland Police State Political Philosophy Population Growth Pornography Poverty PRC Press Censorship Prince Bandar Privatization Progressives Project Plowshares Propaganda Prostitution Protestantism Proud Boys Psychology Psychopathy Public Schools Puritans Putin Qassem Soleimani R. Crumb Race Race/IQ Race Riots Racialism Racism Randy Fine Rashida Tlaib Recep Tayyip Erdogan Reconstruction Religion Rentier Reparations Reprint Republican Party Republicans Revisionism Revolution Of 1905 RFK Assassination Rhodesia Rich Lowry Richard Goldberg Richard Lewontin Richard Nixon Riots Robert Ford Robert Kraft Robert Maxwell Robert McNamara Robert Mugabe Robert Oppenheimer Robespierre Roger Casement Roman Empire Romanticism Rome Ron DeSantis Ron Unz Ronald Reagan Rothschilds Rudyard Kipling Rush Limbaugh Russell Kirk Russiagate Russian History Russian Orthodox Church Rwanda Sam Francis Samurai Saudi Arabia Science Fiction Scooter Libby Seattle Secession Serbia Sergei Lavrov Sex Tape Sexuality Shias And Sunnis Shimon Peres Shinzo Abe Shmuley Boteach Siberia Siege Of Vienna Sigmund Freud Singapore Sino-Indian War Six Day War Skin Color Slavery Reparations Slavoj Zizek Slavs Social Justice Warriors Socialism Solzhenitsyn Somalia South Africa South China Sea South Korea Soviet History Space Program Spain Spanish Language Spanish River High School SPLC Srebrenica Staffan Stalinism Star Trek State Department States Rights Stephen Cohen Stephen Jay Gould Sterling Seagrave Steve Bannon Sub-Saharan Africa Sub-Saharan Africans Supreme Court Susan Rice Sweden Syria Taliban Talmud Tanzania Tawang Taxes Technology Ted Cruz Terrorism Thailand The Bible The Confederacy The Constitution The Left The South The Straggler Theodore Roosevelt Theresa May Thomas Jefferson Thurgood Marshall Tiananmen Massacre Tibet Tidewater Tigray To Hell And Back Tom Cotton Tom Metzger Tom Woods Tony Blair Tony Blinken Torture Transgenderism Tribalism Tucker Carlson Tulsa Tulsi Gabbard Turkey Tuskegee Tutsi TWA 800 Unemployment Unions United Nations United States Urban Riots USS Liberty USSR Uyghurs Vaccines Venezuela Victor Davis Hanson Victoria Nuland Victorian England Victorianism Video Games Vikings Vioxx Virginia Vladimir Putin Volkisch Vote Fraud W.E.B. DuBois Wahhabis Wall Street Walter Liggett Walter Rathenau Wang Jing War Crimes War Of 1812 War On Terror War Powers Act Warren Harding Washington Post WasPage WASPs Watergate Wealthy Western Religion White America White Americans White Death White Guilt White Messiah White Nationalism White Nationalists White Slavery White Supremacy Wikileaks Wikipedia Wild Life Wilhelm Furtwangler William Browder William D. Hamilton William Graham Sumner William Latson William McGonagle William McGougall Woodrow Wilson Workers Xhosa Xi Jinping Yankees Yoram Hazony YouTube Yugoslavia Zbigniew Brzezinski Ziegfeld Girls Zimbabwe Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Nothing found
Authors Filter?
Alexander Cockburn Andrew Joyce Boyd D. Cathey Brenton Sanderson E. Michael Jones Eric Margolis Eric Striker Fred Reed Gilad Atzmon Godfree Roberts Gregory Hood Guillaume Durocher Ilana Mercer Israel Shamir James Petras John Derbyshire John Wear Kevin Barrett Larry Romanoff Laurent Guyénot Linh Dinh Mark Weber Max Parry Michael Hudson Mike Whitney Nick Turse NOI Research Group Norman Finkelstein Pat Buchanan Patrick Cockburn Paul Craig Roberts Paul Gottfried Paul Kersey Pepe Escobar Peter Frost Peter Lee Philip Giraldi Ron Unz Sam Francis Stephen F. Cohen Stephen J. Sniegoski Ted Rall The Saker Tom Engelhardt Trevor Lynch Whitney Webb A. Graham Adam Hochschild Aleksandar Pavic Alfred McCoy Alison Weir Amr Abozeid Andre Vltchek Andrew Anglin Andrew Cockburn Andrew Hamilton Andrew J. Bacevich Andrew S. Fischer Ann Jones Anonymous Anthony Boehm Antony C. Black Arnold Isaacs Artem Zagorodnov Aviva Chomsky Barbara Myers Brett Redmayne-Titley Brian R. Wright Carl Boggs Carolyn Yeager Charles Goodhart Chris Appy Chris Woltermann Christian Appy Christopher Donovan Colin Liddell Cooper Sterling Craig Murray Cynthia Chung Danny Sjursen David Barsamian David Boyajian David Gordon David Irving David Lorimer David Martin David North David William Pear Diana Johnstone Eamonn Fingleton Edmund Connelly Eduardo Galeano Edward Curtin Eric Rasmusen Eric Zuesse Erik Edstrom F. Roger Devlin The First Millennium Revisionist Fordham T. Smith Gene Tuttle George Bogdanich Giles Corey Greg Grandin Henry Wolff Howard Zinn Hugh McInnish Ira Chernus J. Alfred Powell Jack Kerwick Jack Ravenwood Jack Sen James Carroll James Fulford James Kirkpatrick James Thompson Jared Taylor JayMan Jeffrey St. Clair Jen Marlowe Jim Fetzer Jim Goad John W. Dower John Feffer John Harrison Sims John Huss John Pilger John Siman John V. Walsh Jon Else Jonathan Cook Jonathan Revusky Jonathan Rooper Jonathan Schell Joseph Kishore Joseph Sobran Karen Greenberg Karl Nemmersdorf Kenneth Vinther Kerry Bolton Kevin MacDonald Lance Welton Leonard R. Jaffee M.G. Miles Mac Deford Marco De Wit Marcus Apostate Mark Engler Max Denken Michael Hoffman Michael Quinn Miko Peled Moon Landing Skeptic Morris V. De Camp Nelson Rosit Nicholas R. Jeelvy Nicholas Stix Nick Kollerstrom Noam Chomsky Oliver Boyd-Barrett Patrick McDermott Paul Engler Peter Brimelow Peter Van Buren Philip Kraske Philip Weiss Ralph Raico Ray McGovern Rebecca Gordon Rebecca Solnit Ricardo Duchesne Richard Silverstein Robert Bonomo Robert Hampton Robert S. Griffin Robert Scheer Robert Trivers Ron Paul Sinclair Jenkins Spencer J. Quinn Stefan Karganovic Steffen A. Woll Stephen J. Rossi Steve Fraser Steve Penfield Susan Southard Sydney Schanberg Taxi Taylor McClain Thomas A. Fudge Thomas Dalton Tim Weiner Tobias Langdon Tom Suarez Tom Sunic Travis LeBlanc Vito Klein Vladislav Krasnov Wayne Allensworth Wilhelm Kriessmann Yvonne Lorenzo Zhores Medvedev
Nothing found
Sources Filter?
The American Conservative American Herald Tribune American Renaissance The American Spectator Asia Times Byline The Claremont Review of Books ConsortiumNews Counter-Currents Publishing Counterpunch Culture Wars The Daily Stormer The Daily Telegraph Gilad Atzmon Global Research The Greanville Post Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies Inconvenient History The Independent Institute for Historical Review LewRockwell Mint Press News MondoWeiss Moon of Shanghai The Nation Nation of Islam Research Group National Justice The National Post National Review The New Criterion The New York Sun NOI Research Group The Occidental Observer The Occidental Quarterly Off Guardian Ron Paul Institute sobran's Strategic Culture Foundation Takimag TomDispatch VDare The Wall Street Journal The Washington Times -poetry-in-review The Abbeville Institute The Abbeville Review Aljazeera America The American Mercury The American Scholar The Atlantic Boston Globe Cactus Land Canadian Dimension Carolyn Yeager The Center for Economic Policy Research Classical Quarterly The Coffee Coaster craigmurray.org DC Dave FGF Books Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation Foreigner Thoughts The Fresno Bee Henry George School of Social Science ihr.org The Journal of Hellenic Studies Kevin Barrett Laiton Lehti The Literary Review MintPress News Modern Age Naked Capitalism The New York Review of Books Occidental Dissent Op-Ed News Paradigm Explorer plato's-guns Russia Insider Those Who Can See Transcend Media Service The Washington Post The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs The Weekly Standard World Socialist Web Site
Nothing found
 Most RecentHistory Archive

Bookmark Toggle AllToCAdd to LibraryRemove from Library • B
Show CommentNext New CommentNext New ReplyRead More
ReplyAgree/Disagree/Etc. More... This Commenter This Thread Hide Thread Display All Comments
AgreeDisagreeThanksLOLTroll
These buttons register your public Agreement, Disagreement, Thanks, LOL, or Troll with the selected comment. They are ONLY available to recent, frequent commenters who have saved their Name+Email using the 'Remember My Information' checkbox, and may also ONLY be used three times during any eight hour period.
Ignore Commenter Follow Commenter
vdare-slavery-map-few
How many times have you heard that slavery was “America’s original sin”? I’m not quite sure what that means, but I think the idea is that slavery was a uniquely horrible thing that defines the United States and will stain whites forever. It’s one of the few things Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Barack... Read More
PART I Castillo’s Victory in Peru Validated On July 28th, 2021, Pedro Castillo, son of illiterate Andean peasants will be inaugurated as President of Peru, celebrating the victory of his socialist party Perú Libre in the elections of June. Peru has strong historical ties to other regional powers, most notably Ecuador and Bolivia. Castillo’s victory... Read More
Seven months after the Cuban missile crisis, President John F. Kennedy, at American University, laid out his view on how the East-West struggle should be conducted to avoid a catastrophic war that could destroy us both. Kennedy's message to Moscow and his fellow Americans: "If (the United States and the Soviet Union) cannot end now... Read More
A friend who haunts used book sales passed on to me Wyatt Earp by Casey Tefertiller published by John Wiley & Sons in 1997. It was a New York Times “Notable Book” and History Book Club Selection. It is hard to imagine that today 24 years later. A mainstream publisher bringing out a book about... Read More
legacycover
The Symbol of Political Rot
As Ron Unz has noted occasionally in his columns, mainstream publications as one refused to publish Sidney Schanberg’s exposé on John McCain: his unsavory acts as a prisoner-of-war in Vietnam and his efforts to bury the evidence of P.O.W.s left behind after the war. A “parallel universe,” Unz called the article. It cut straight across... Read More
Mary Phagan-Kean honoring her great-aunt, Mary Phagan
MY NAME is Mary Phagan-Kean and I am the great-niece and namesake of “Little Mary Phagan,” the thirteen-year-old girl who was raped and murdered by Leo Max Frank, the president of Atlanta’s B’nai B’rith Lodge No. 144, on April 26, 1913. Leo Frank was the manager of the National Pencil Company — a sweatshop factory... Read More
Back in May, the Scientific American published an article on “The Forgotten History of the World’s First Trans Clinic.” Having written an essay on Jewish ‘sexology’ in 2015, it came as no surprise that the Scientific American opened the piece by celebrating the fact this clinic, Institut füer Sexualwissenschaft (the Institute for Sexual Research), “was... Read More
Earlier, by Steve Sailer: I Am Become Death, Destroyer Of South Africa The U.S. corporate media is suspiciously uninterested in South Africa’s shocking unrest, although President Cyril Ramaphosa has had to send in troops and give three televised addresses in six days, actually invoking the Biden Regime’s favorite term “insurrection” [South Africa’s leaders fear fresh... Read More
Traveling to Philadelphia Tuesday, President Joe Biden laid out in apocalyptic terms the gravity of the "threat" to American democracy from Republican efforts to reform and rewrite state election laws. "We are facing the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil War. That's not hyperbole. Since the Civil War. The Confederates back then... Read More
Robert E. Lee Statue, Charlottesville, VA.  2006
The states of the old Confederacy, of the old South, have been for four decades strongholds of GOP politics. Since the 1970s those states have been, with few exceptions (e.g., Virginia), reliably Republican. The GOP depends on Southern voters for national victory. While Republicans tout the forward-looking “conservatism” of Southern senators like Tim Scott of... Read More
img_0551_1__1_
Earlier, by Steve Sailer: David French: If Anti-CRT Laws Pass, The Current Robust Debate Over Race In The Schools Will Be Shut Down There comes a point, and I think we’ve reached it, where we can no longer assume certain Establishment cuckservatives’ supposed “principled” support for Progressive causes is argued in good faith. David French... Read More
pierce2-692x1030
In 2001, I published a book on the White advocate William Pierce (1933–2002) called The Fame of a Dead Man’s Deeds. Given the obsessive concern currently for what is deemed the unimpeachable evil of White racism and the modern-day inquisition against White racists tainted with this sin, I think it would be useful to re-visit... Read More
joekennedy-lg-1
There can be no complete understanding of John Kennedy without some understanding of his father, Joseph Patrick Kennedy, for this is where he came from, not only in his own eyes and those of his friends, but in the eyes of his enemies too. The same is true for his brother Robert, of course. I... Read More
families
The recently inaugurated Israeli government, the Coalition-for-Change, the wet dream of Israeli and American liberals, Biden-approved-and-blessed after fifteen years of Bibi Netanyahu’s tyranny and four rounds of elections in the last two years - barely surviving a vote of confidence in cliffhanger-fashion - 59:59. It came to power on a slim ‘majority’ of 59.5:60.5 in... Read More
[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] Earlier (July 2020) by John Derbyshire: Ireland Has Become The Heart Of Wokeness Sunday July 11th marks a hundred years since the truce that ended Ireland's War of Independence. That led to peace talks with the British government and the Anglo-Irish Treaty. On December... Read More
RNA Parsing Errors in Methylation Markers Proposed
Controversy has raged for decades in academia as to whether the Maya of ancient Mesoamerica independently invented writing and a sophisticated number system, with many arguing that European influence must have been involved. The recent discovery of carvings, such as the one above, in the hitherto unexplored recesses of the Chac Mool Cenote (a water-filled... Read More
As in Vietnam from 1965 to 1973, the year our prisoners of war came home, America did not lose a major battle in Afghanistan. Yet we did not win the war. South Vietnam was lost. And contrary to the message awaiting President George W. Bush when he landed on the carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, which... Read More
limaperu-june122021supportersofperuaspresidential
Catherine and the Baroness The only character who actually dies in Disney’s Cruella is the sweet, good servant, Catherine, who consents to raise Cruella – condemned to death by her birth mother, the grotesquely unfeeling Baroness De Vil - as her own daughter. Cruella and the Baroness shall dance a burlesque that plays out to... Read More
The US is on the verge of its own second Vietnam repeated as farce in a haphazard retreat from Afghanistan
Let’s start with some stunning facts on the Afghan ground. The Taliban are on a roll. Earlier this week their PR arm was claiming they hold 218 Afghan districts out of 421 – capturing new ones every day. Tens of districts are contested. Entire Afghan provinces are basically lost to the government in Kabul, which... Read More
hoodcoverar
Five years ago, I wrote a book called Waking Up From The American Dream. One of my assumptions was that America was uniquely destructive because the egalitarian virus was implicit in its founding. America wasn’t really a “proposition nation”; no nation is. However, it was at least plausible to believe that it was, that it... Read More
This is the tenth in a series about the continuing disappearance of whites from American cities (see our earlier articles on Birmingham, Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, Richmond, Milwaukee, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles). Many people still pretend that The Great Replacement is a myth or a conspiracy theory, but the graphs that accompany... Read More
stophatespeechconflictviolencestartfromcommentsaggressivecommunication
‘Hate’ is such an ugly word. And such a juvenile word. It calls to mind the stereotypical eight-year-old girl who screams “I hate you!” to her mother when she is not allowed to join the local sleep-over. The word is most often used half-jokingly—“I hate the Yankees!”, “I hate broccoli!”, etc.—or to describe some detested... Read More
screen-shot-2021-07-04-at-10-16-12-am
I usually try to do inspirational posts on holidays. This Independence Day is difficult, because it’s the first one in our nation’s history where we are totally, openly enslaved. But I shall do my best. This is a day that represents patriotism, and that patriotism is largely rooted in our freedoms as Americans. I hate... Read More
Israel seems upset by a new Polish law that sets a 30-year deadline for Jews to recover seized property. The legislation is yet to be approved by Poland’s senate, yet Israeli officials already refer to it as the “Holocaust law.” They insist that it is ‘immoral’ and ‘a disgrace.’ Last week Israeli Minister of Foreign... Read More
riotsoo
The racialist is bound to an instinctive love-hate relationship with the race riot. On the one hand, racial violence is a cause for sorrow and disgust. It represents the fullest expression of the violent disintegration of prior ethnic homogeneity. On the other hand, the race riot is a powerful vindication and an unveiling. It’s an... Read More
screen-shot-2021-07-01-at-4-57-56-pm
It must be nice to live in a country where your leaders encourage you to be proud of your race and history. RT: And what a fleet! [image][F]https://
“A ruthless little b******,” was President Richard Nixon’s verdict on Donald Rumsfeld as recorded by the Watergate tapes – and everything in his career, supremely successful until the Iraq war, confirmed that Nixon had read him correctly. Rumsfeld relished such tributes to his toughness, but he was above all else a skilful bureaucratic warrior in... Read More
brentonoo
Despite being the wealthiest, most politically well-connected and influential group in Western nations, Jews have assiduously (and successfully) cultivated the notion they have always been, and remain, a cruelly-persecuted victim group deserving of everyone’s profound sympathy. The “Holocaust” narrative has, of course, been central to this endeavor. The entire social and political order of the... Read More
Hollywood & the Nazis, Part Two
All installments in this series available here In the last article, I discussed how in the 1930s, Hollywood was reluctant to make any anti-Nazi movies for a variety of reasons — chiefly that the Nazi government might invoke Article 15 of their film quota law to ban the studio that made it in Germany. So... Read More
bostonians
Not every Merchant-Ivory film is a visually lush period drama based on novels by prestigious writers like E. M. Forster and Henry James, but the most memorable ones are, including The Europeans (1979), The Bostonians (1984), A Room with a View (1985), Maurice (1987), and Howards End (1992). Another in this vein is The Remains... Read More
shutterstock_1670645353
June 2021 Elections On June 21st Ethiopians headed to the polls. It was widely expected that the incumbent prime minister Abiy Ahmed would emerge the winner. 47 parties have participated in the general and regional elections. Abiy's Prosperity Party leads the chart on the number of registered candidates contesting for seats at the parliament with... Read More
Yesterday marked the 80th anniversary of Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union, which constituted the central turning point of the Second World War. Given the striking recent reversal by the bulk of our mainstream political and media establishment on the supposed origins of the Covid virus, I'd like to pass along another... Read More
ignatievoo
Earlier this year, my brother suddenly asked me what “Critical Race Theory” was. I was elated, for this was proof that this pernicious, genocidal, anti-White theory was finally entering into the consciousness of Whites. Since my brother asked me, stories about Critical Race Theory (CRT) have mushroomed, including much criticism of this previously arcane intellectual... Read More
Graham, Oksana and their children in Kiev, 2021
You grew up in El Cerrito, just north of Berkeley, then attended Reed College in Portland. Reed was like a madhouse in the 60's. Then you went to Berkeley, before heading to Vietnam for four years, during the height of the war. Did you transform from a hippie to a gung-ho grunt? I was too... Read More
In my articles ( ) based on David Irving’s and Viktor Suvorov’s WWII histories and Ron Unz’s article, “Understanding World War II” ( ), I pointed out that historians have falsified the history of WWII. Others have taken up the theme, not always honestly acknowledging their indebtedness to Irving and Suvorov. In his review of... Read More
At the time of his death in 1962, modernist writer E. E. Cummings was the second most widely read poet in the United States after Robert Frost. William Carlos Williams ranked Cummings and Ezra Pound as “beyond doubt the two most distinguished” contemporary American poets. Pound titled his own global selection of poetry of various... Read More
The Malian coup of June 2021 signals a deep crisis in the sustainability of French neo-imperialism - in general, in the Sahel, and in Mali particularly. It raises the likelihood of an enhanced US and NATO presence, in line with the US militarization of imperial overlordship of Africa that it had previously delegated to former... Read More
History repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce. Karl Marx's comment came to mind as President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Boris Johnson sought to equate their tete-a-tete at the G7 confab in Cornwall, England, to the Atlantic Charter conference of 80 years ago. Those were historic days, to which these days cannot compare.... Read More
Biden’s Russophobia means the Summit will fail
With the exception of his perseverance in a long overdue withdrawal from Afghanistan, President Joe Biden has been assiduously pursuing policies that make the world a more dangerous place for Americans, up to and including opening up the country’s southern border to waves of illegal immigration. Ironically, if an opinion poll were to be taken... Read More
When I move into a new home, two things go up immediately on the wall. The first is my gold-framed portrait of Richard Wagner. The second is my map of the Universe. One way or another, everything’s there, from the left thumb of the Pope to the whole of the Andromeda Galaxy, from the follicle... Read More
April 19 was the 28th anniversary of one of the most shameful episodes in modern American history: the massacre of 76 innocent men, women, and children by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) in a military-style assault on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas. The assault followed a botched raid... Read More
In September 1943, the US Army created “Operation Capricious,” a secret biowarfare program described as purely defensive against insect pests enemy nations might use against America by bombing America with germ-infected insects. Under the direction of George W. Merck, president of Merck & Co. The program stockpiled bacillus anthracis (anthrax), clostridium botulinum (botulism), and other... Read More
leonidsavinpaxamerica
This book is significant not only because of its detailed examination of globalisation, unipolarity, multipolarity, and associated themes such as foreign policies, superpower rivalries, geopolitics and diverse branches such as the meaning of nationalism, and ethnos, but because it provides an insight into an important school of thought in Russia and further afield. Leonid Savin... Read More
santiagodecalivalledelcaucacolombia-april28of
A Neoliberal Tragedy in Colombia
Tax Warfare On April 5 2021, the so-called “tax reform” bill was presented by Colombia’s current government under President Iván Duque. Its purpose was to raise an additional 23 trillion Colombian pesos ($6.3 billion) and help the country recover from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The proposal provoked mass street protests and transportation blockades... Read More
German governments have used two strategies to crush dissent in the last century. The Third Reich used Gleichschaltung, or “coordination,” with the state pushing public and private organizations into line with National Socialism. Communist East Germany used Zersetzung, “decomposition,” with its Stasi secret police wrecking the personal lives, careers, and reputations of dissidents. White advocates... Read More
asianwomanblindfoldwrappingmouthwithredadhesivetapeon
Every Friday late afternoon there is a protest against police brutality in front of the main police headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri. On this particular Friday, before the protest gets started, two young men are unloading placards from a car and setting them up against a statue of a police officer carrying a little boy... Read More
Biden and his supporters have been presenting him as the new Franklin Delano Roosevelt, but is he acting like FDR and would we want him to act like the president of long ago? Since Biden has been president for a short time, one can compare him with the first months of the Roosevelt administration. And... Read More
rfk-lg-1
On June 6, 1968, Robert Kennedy had just won the California Democratic presidential primary, when he was shot dead, five years after his brother. David Talbot has shown in his book Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years, published in 2007 by Simon & Schuster, that Robert had never believed in the conclusion of... Read More
See also John Derbyshire: ChiComs Rewrite Tiananmen Square History Better Than Biden On Tulsa Besides the Tiananmen Square Anniversary, Monday and Tuesday marked the centenary of the 1921 race riot in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Our president actually went to Tulsa on Tuesday to give one of his embarrassing, incoherent speeches. I didn't know much about the... Read More
See also John Derbyshire: Biden Rewrites History In Tulsa Monday and Tuesday marked the centenary of the 1921 race riot in Tulsa, Oklahoma, above. Thursday and Friday saw the 32nd anniversary of the Chinese reform movement's crushing in Peking's Tiananmen Square. When it comes to rewriting history our báizuŏ, our Tutsi ruling class of self-hating... Read More