HITLER AS AN EXPRESSION OF GERMAN "BAD FORM"

Hitler? More like Shitler!

Today we enter “The Twelve Days of Hitler,” the period between the anniversary of the birth of Adolf Hitler (20th April) and the anniversary of the announcement of his death (1st May). It’s a bit like Black History Month for 1488ers, but many other people also take an interest.

SHORTPOD (62): THE GREAT COVID COOLDOWN

Whatever happened to global warming? The winter of 2020-21 has been one of the coldest on record and spring has been slow in coming in many parts of the World. Affirmative Right chief editor Colin Liddell discusses the connection between the Covid and Global Cooling and the enormous threat this poses to people in the Northern part of the World.


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Article referenced: Record Fall in Fossil Fuel Emissions in 2020

MEDIA RUNS ON AN ECONOMY OF FEAR

by Brett Stevens

Increasingly it appears that fear forms the core of all human behavior because it concerns the things we must anticipate. That which is going well needs no mental maintenance; that which might go wrong might be avoidable.

Even more, it seems to me that fear makes us feel significant. If we have something to fear, we matter because the world is trying to kill us. We get our moment in the sun, when we can fight back all of the ills that we find in the world, at least symbolically.

HISTORICAL ODDITY: THE ALT-RIGHT IN 2016

Back in 2016 the Alt-Right was still a potent movement with a wide and growing appeal, as testified by this presentation by RamZPaul at the American Renaissance conference.

Unfortunately, Richard Spencer's channelling of Nazi symbolism at the NPI conference later that year and his "alliance" with TRS and the Daily Stormer allowed the Left to successfully turn the "Alt-Right" into a caricature of Hollywood Naziism, making the movement toxic in the sense of becoming a movement that nobody could join without a trust fund.

THE PROBLEM WITH AMERICA...

Audio Version

by Colin Liddell

When America was created, concocted, or released from the Petri Dish sometime in the 18th and 19th centuries, curious types came from the Old World to peer at it and probe its inner workings. Some of them even pretended to understand it.

The French "political scientist" Alexis de Tocqueville, who visited in the 1830s, drew particular attention to America's system of "checks and balances," which he greatly admired:
“In examining the division of powers as established by the Federal Constitution, remarking on the one hand the portion of sovereignty which has been reserved to the several States, and on the other, the share of power which has been given to the Union, it is evident that the Federal legislators entertained very clear and accurate notions respecting the centralization of government. The United States form not only a republic, but a confederation; yet the national authority is more centralized there than it was in several of the absolute monarchies of Europe...” Democracy in America, Chapter VIII

THE STARK TRUTH: POST-TRUMP POLITICS WITH HUNTER WALLACE

Robert Stark talks to Hunter Wallace about the Biden administration, the post-Trump right, and political realignment on class. Wallace is an Alabama-based blogger at Occidental Dissent and describes himself as a "Nationalist Moderate Populist." Other topics include why Donald Trump "lost", woke capital’s boycott of Georgia and the GOP’s call to boycott woke corporations, the track records of potential 2024 GOP nominees, Joe Biden’s biggest electoral weaknesses, the pros and cons of Biden’s Infrastructure Plan and COVID Relief Bill, the Dirtbag Left’s "alliance" with the Dissident Right, and the possible transformation of the GOP into a "National Labor Party."


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