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Saturday, 30 May 2020

Should We Support a Third Position? A Reply to Richard Spencer and Keith Woods

by Martin Dabney



Basic Argument of Third Positionists


In a year when the United States could fall back into the hands of the Democratic Party, Richard Spencer, Keith Woods, and other dissident voices are looking to the left for answers. As they see it, Trump has floundered on tech censorship, immigration, crony capitalism, and isolationist foreign policy, so perhaps whites would be better served by the debt-forgiving, UBI-promising, wage-increasing democratic socialists and center-leftists of the Democratic Party, especially when the only real alternative, the GOP, has been little more than a cheerleader for empty consumerism, civic nationalism, and globalism, and stands to be demographically blocked from power in the near future anyway.

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Secession Is The Only Answer For Canada, And Why PEI Is The Best Option

by Ronny Cameron

Confederation Bridge: Pathway to White Survival?

Preamble


When considering possible strategies for securing a white majority in Canada, whites are left with few options. However, one option — and one option alone — will allow for a realistic, effective, and legal pathway which will enable us to secure a future for white Canadians. In this article, I will provide three main arguments for why secession is the only reasonable way to secure a white majority in the great white North. Additionally, I will provide strong reasoning for why Prince Edward Island ought to be the prime destination of choice over any other province in the nation for pro-white separatists. But first, let us quickly go over why secession is to be considered in the first place.

Monday, 25 May 2020

Personal, Economic And Political Error Of Vacation Travel

by Frank Hilliard

Tourists relaxing in Venice


I’ve traveled, you’ve traveled, we’ve all traveled; in the past two decades everyone who could afford it traveled a lot, mostly by air, mostly for pleasure. Until Covid-19 came, along we all thought this trend would increase forever. Now, we’re wondering if anyone will ever travel again.

Friday, 22 May 2020

Black Nurse Films Himself Beating Up White Elderly Home Patients

by Michael MacMillan

20-Yr-Old Black Films Himself Beating Up Elderly Nursing Home Patients


One of the propaganda lines that we are given by diversity promoters is that we should take in immigrants because they will take care of us when we are old. We’re told that they are saviors and they’ll pay taxes and they will do the jobs that we don’t want to do. We are told that they are all benevolent angels and they’ll work in care homes and take care of us and it will be a multicultural paradise on earth.

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Coronavirus, Mass Surveillance, And Power

by Gunnar Alfredsson




Authoritarian measures are sometimes necessary in times of great stress, but will the state relinquish those powers when things start to improve? Over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, we have seen governments, powerful individuals, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and other entities around the world adopt an authoritarian stance to combat the spread of coronavirus or attempt to take advantage of the crisis in other ways. Many of these measures are necessary, but how far will they go? There have been many instances of power grabbing at different levels ranging from the local level to the geopolitical level. From governments to NGOs and from criminal syndicates to leftist Identitarians, many different groups are vying for power during this crisis; and it is putting our freedoms and our lives in danger.

Saturday, 16 May 2020

Kevin MacDonald: From Puritan Individualism To Jewish Infiltration - 6

by Ricardo Duchesne

Franklin Roosevelt (front, second from left) with football team, 1899


Chapter 6, "Puritanism: The Rise of Egalitarian Individualism and Moralistic Utopianism," of Kevin MacDonald's Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition, claims that Puritanism and the intellectual movements descending from this religion were the "most important" forces shaping the culture of the United States "from the eighteenth century down to the mid-twentieth century." Puritanism, and the WASP culture it engendered, would cease to be hegemonic over American culture as Jews came to infiltrate "critical sectors of American life" from the early 1900s onward.

Thursday, 14 May 2020

Outsourcing the West to China

by Frank Hilliard

Outsourcing to China by trade


The entire thrust of the second half of the 20th Century was towards greater economic integration. Led by the United States, and cheered on by the defeated powers in WWII, Germany and Japan, the world moved in one direction; towards a future of transportation, integration, and common financing or as we call it today; globalization.

Monday, 11 May 2020

An Invitation To Anarchy

by Peter Goodchild

Egypt facing "population catastrophe"


Over the coming decades, urbanization will increase, and most people will live in about twenty or thirty megacities, although the very rich will live in Brazilian-style fortresses with armed guards. Automation and globalization will widen the gap between the rich and the poor, as multinational companies become more powerful than conventional governments. Most inhabitants of the highly-developed countries will face, not exactly unemployment, but rather underemployment: a lifetime of low-wage temporary jobs. In other countries, large numbers of people will be reduced to begging, scavenging, or stealing.

Friday, 8 May 2020

The Dissolution of Canadian Identity

by Elwin Ransom



Traditionally, the academic understanding of recognition has often gone exclusively in one way in regards to majority and minority populations. These discussions are often clothed in moralistic (and dehumanizing and harmful) language: "oppressor" vs "oppressed"; "victim" vs "victimizer"; "colonized" vs "colonizer". This language dehumanizes those labeled oppressor by defining their being as a pejorative, but also the victim since it defines their being by their weakness and failure to preserve themselves in the face of a “superior” force. By trying to humanize communities we, in our blind empathy and views of equality, have done the opposite.

Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Gun Rights One Of The Biggest Victims Of COVID-19

by Michael MacMillan



A lot has been said about the deaths due to COVID-19 over the last few months. First we saw videos of people in Wuhan, China collapsing in the street, and images of Chinese authorities in hazmats suits spraying down the streets with some sort of antiviral agent, and images of overwhelmed hospitals. One viral video recorded from inside a highrise in Wuhan showed what sounded like thousands of people, presumably in the surrounding highrises, moaning in pain.

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