In the wake of the surprising decision to replace America's greatest president, Andrew Hamilton, with Harriet Tubman, a relative historical nonentity on the $20 bill, Andy and Colin discuss the proposed changes to the US currency. Also under discussion is the symbolism and iconography of a range of other currencies, including the English and Scottish pounds, the Euro, and the hyperinflationary Zimbabwean dollar.

Is this a portent of a coming financial meltdown or just another flawed attempt to create balance and unity in a tragically asymmetrical nation?


The Washington Elite’s Extraordinary Attempt to Stop Trump Winning

After penning my essay “Trump and the Metapolitics of Winning” on Trump’s phenomenal rise, I thought I’d approach the subject from the opposite side and focus on the forces arrayed against him, in particular the extraordinary anti-Trump media frenzy that has been raging for the last two or three months as Trump’s ultimate victory draws ever nearer. I must say that I have never in my life seen such a negative campaign waged in the Western media like the one we have just witnessed against Donald Trump. The fact that he is the Republican Front Runner and a candidate well able to give the GOP a 4-to-8-year reign just makes it all the more remarkable!

Not even Saddam Hussein or Osama Bin Laden have had as much bad press as Trump has received in the last few months. It’s been so intense and the Washington elite’s panic has been so palpable that it’s clear that Trump is either the best Presidential candidate since JFK or is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ Himself! The vast cabal organising against him is clear proof that here is an outsider candidate par excellence – not only that but an outsider candidate who can win, unlike Bernie Sanders, who looks set to be outsmarted by establishment hawk Hillary. So, let’s have a "butcher’s hook" at what’s been going on.


It was Hitler’s birthday a couple of day ago. As readers here will know, I’m no Nordicist, and I do not necessarily think that my world would have been better off if the Germans had achieved the type of domination they sought under his leadership, but there are elements within Hitlerism and Nazism that I admire.

The oppositions posed by the Nazi regime – of socialism to capitalism, of labour to speculation, of nationalism to internationalism, of folk to communism, of the iron law of hierarchy to the lie of egalitarianism – represent a Weltanschauung that has been largely overshadowed and expunged by the racist rhetoric and the Holocaust™. So, it was an interesting experience for me to watch the German comedy film Look Who’s Back (Er ist wieder da, 2015), which I viewed on Netflix. It was filmed before the current migrant crisis, adapted from a bestselling novel by Timur Vermes (2012) and directed by David Wnendt.


Your rights end where my hysteria begins.

by Sean Harshey

Every time one thinks American campus culture can't get any more ridiculous, a new standard in absurdity is set.

Just last week we had three separate examples from different universities in different parts of America. The common theme through all of them, though, is that campus leftists claim to be offended by some speech or activity they don't like and demand that others be banned from saying or doing whatever they don't want them to say or do.


Hello Clitty! Female masturbation even has its own cute mascot.
by Andy Nowicki

As an author, I faithfully go wherever my flighty and unpredictable Muse leads me. This dedication to my ever-evolving, often elusive source of inspiration has led me down a winding and torturous path, lined with copious clusters of thorns, nettles, and poison ivy. It has most certainly not, thus far, brought me widespread recognition, fortune, fame, or glory. Yet I trust my Muse just the same, because really, when it comes to creative stimulation, who or what else do I have? Without her, I’m nothing.

I will not spill too much ink here investigating the identity, orientation, or overall reliability of the Muse, nor even exploring the question of whether she dwells within, capriciously stirring my consciousness when she feels the inexplicable urge (but always on her own terms) or if in fact she is a separate entity entirely, one who hovers above me, flitting about and occasionally whispering mischievous notions in my ear before withdrawing with a girlish giggle, darting away to a cleverly chosen hiding spot and teasingly mocking my efforts to find her again. Suffice to say that she moves in mysterious, and at times infuriating, ways. In the last couple of years, however, the Muse has proven to be a faithful helpmeet; she has sung to me freely, and I have translated her music into numerous works, some that I have managed to publish and others that have yet to find a suitable suitor.


One line review: A great, inventive, and haunting new horror film, evoking witchcraft in early US settler Pilgrim times.
The Witch is an interesting low-budget feature, shot for around a million bucks, by Robert Eggers and based on his screenplay. It takes the premise of witchcraft seriously – as do I, having fooled around with the Occult enough in my 20s to know there is something to it. The production company has even gone in for fun and corny marketing techniques like re-releasing the film to run on 666 screens. Good stuff.


In this delicious excerpt from a recent debate held in Toronto, Mark Steyn and Nigel Farage team up to rhetorically gang-rape two unsuspecting uber-smarmy baby boomer leftist-liberals.

If you need a cathartic outlet for your anger about what's happening to Europe right now at the connivance of the sociopathic machinations of the EU elites, you could do a lot worse than to watch this, and to let it inspire you to take action.


On a certain level morality is merely rationalization for what you want to do anyway. If you’re into paedophilia then, of course, you are suddenly intrigued by the issues and science surrounding infant intelligence and volition, as well as religious systems that seem more accommodating to it. If fucking sheep is your thing, you may wish to point out the “plausible idea” that killing them is already morally acceptable, so why not something they might even enjoy? If rent boys float your boat – and you want them cheap and keen – then you may be inclined to see the “moral utility” of ensuring that the migrant boats to Europe keep floating.

But morality is rationalization only on a certain level, because there is actually an absolute level where morality is connected to absolutes, and where there is no justification at all for fiddling with three-year olds, fucking sheep, or buggering doe-eyed bacha boys. Unfortunately, this absolute level requires much more intellectual rigour than most people are capable of, so morality is effectively an emotional dimension.


NOTE: This was published at a time when there was still some hope that the Alt-Right would not collapse into a mere synonym for Jew-obsessed, shill-infested Neo-Naziism. It was partly written as an attempt to stop that happening (C.L. 2020).

The Alt-Right is both a medium and a message. This is confusing for a lot of people. Don’t blame them. It’s tricky.

As a medium, the Alt-Right is an aspect of the internet and social media that makes use of a number of simple psychological tricks and which exploits a number of factors, including youth, anonymity, boredom, egoism, and shock value. This translates essentially into memes, trolling, shitposting, Tweeting, and various forms of LARPing and (usually anonymous) signalling. Its operatives are typically anonymous individuals, except in cases where they have been too stupid to ensure this.


Culturism (cǔl-chər-ǐz-əm) n. 1. The philosophy, art, and science that values, promotes and protects majority cultures. 2. The opposite of multiculturalism.

Culturist (cǔl-chər-ǐst) n. 1. An advocate of culturism. 2. One who engages in the arts or sciences of managing and protecting majority cultures. 3. One who judges cultures. 4. Adj. Of or pertaining to culturism, culturists or culturist policy.
In introducing the philosophy of ‘culturism’ to the Dissident Right, I need to make a confession: the section on race, in the first chapter of the book, Culturism: A Word, A Value, Our Future, is disingenuous. I knew it was at the time. In the introduction, I briefly argue that race is not a biological category. In denouncing the book, The Bell-Curve, I wrote, “there is no reliable evidence that there are any mental differences between groups of humans.” I was trying to distance ‘culturism’ from ‘racism’ as much as possible, (fearing that any association with racism could blunt the spread of the memes ‘culturist’ and ‘culturism’).


The Left has had a strong tendency to pathologize its opponents, which is ironic because Leftism itself has many of the characteristics of some of the worst diseases – parasitism, cancer, AIDs, you name it. Also, opposition to Leftism correlates extremely well with signs of health in any social entity – purging, quarantining, slimming down, improving fertility, etc.


Contemporary Media seen from the Right

Summary: Although his Star Wars has warmed on me slightly after initial shattering disappointment, this is another terrible exercise in cinematic excrement from JJ Abrams, this time as producer.  
I'm sure, like me, you have all been waiting your whole lives for the John Goodman rape dungeon movie. Correct? Well folks, guess what? Wait NO more! The Goodman rape dungeon pic for all the family is now here via your purveyor of high brown cinematic culture and content – Hollywood’s new "Mr. Wunderkunt" – JJ Abrams. Yes, John Goodman is in full Joseph Fritzl mode, building himself a nice little family life down in the depths of his bomb shelter somewhere in the rural Mid West.


Conservatism Inc notices something hurtling towards it.
by Bay Area Guy

Lately, I stumbled upon an article on a site called The Federalist which—if the countless comments are any indication—is a popular purveyor of mainstream conservatism. Along with attacking Dota's old post on National Capitalism, this tirade of an article trots out all the hackneyed Conservatism 101 talking points. In order to illustrate the increasing irrelevancy of Conservatism Inc's platitudes, I'm going to go through this post bit by bit.


Easily defeated by multiplanarity.

by Brett Stevens

The modern world is based on rationalism, or the idea that we can understand our world using logic independent of direct experience. It tends to overlap with empiricism, or the idea that replicated results are the highest form of sense-experience.


Sexier (and scheme-ier) than you think he is?

Partisan politics are invariably poisonous. Indeed, boosterism breeds an ever-expansive propensity to a pernicious myopia. The more passionate one becomes in advocating for a particular candidate, the less that advocate is able to see, or care about, the truth; instead, such a one reflexively comes to believe, and just as reflexively to argue for, whichever “version” of the truth is most conducive to the likely success of one’s own candidate, and/or most presumably detrimental to the prospects of that candidate’s rivals.

But more is occluded than the fundamental ability, or willingness, to tease out fact, and conscientiously distinguish it from falsity. Another casualty of partisan punditry—whether carried out by the highest-paid, forever-flacking news television flunky or the merest envelope-licking volunteer—is a consequent inattention to subtlety. An enthusiastically compulsive partisan simply reacts to an event, rather than actually chewing it over; as a result, he frequently misses both the short-term truth of the matter and the long-term takeaway.

A case-in-point of this phenomenon is the reaction of partisans of various stripes to a recent National Enquirer piece, alleging that Presidential aspirant Ted Cruz is a serial adulterer.


Colin and Andy are joined by self-confessed "Bernie Bro," Bay Area Guy, to discuss the most interesting US Presidential election in living memory. What are the deeper factors driving this political revolution? Can Trump and Bernie defeat their respective political establishments? Who is best for Millennials? And who is the true "chaos candidate"?


Recently a young Jewish man was stopped at one of America’s many institutions of higher political correctness, and castigated for the "hate crime" of "cultural appropriation," as he was observed to be in possession of an extremely straggly set of dreadlocks. This is a style of hair normally associated with people of sub-Saharan African ancestry.


This article should be treated as a continuation of this article.  
In the previous article we looked at IQ studies of populations and samples of mixed-race people compared to monoracial subjects within a similar environment. Degrees of similarity of environment vary. For example, comparing identified racial groups in Brazil, or comparing identified racial groups within an adoption study.
In this article, we’re going to look at finer gradients of admixture and how that impacts on IQ and other standardized test scores.


The "Rainbow" flag, a symbol of anti-white hatred to many Afrikaners.

In response to the brutal murders of thousands of white farmers and their families which have taken place all over South Africa since Nelson Mandela's election in the mid-90s, high ranking African National Congress officials announced Tuesday that the country would outlaw the famous "Rainbow" flag, which has flown over the Parliament building in Pretoria for the past 21 years.

The country will return to the so-called Prinsevlag, the official flag it flew prior to the ANC's ascension to power in the historic election that signified the end of Apartheid in 1994.

This step will be taken out of deference to the numerous white victims of black violent crime since the majority-black country became a full democracy two decades ago.