PHALANX CUCKS!



With the Alt-Right about to march into another “street battle”—actually a peaceful demonstration where antifa will probably bombard our guys with piss bombs, mace, and worse—the big debate in the Alt-Right is all about optics.

On one side, you have the likes of Matt Parrott and Mike Enoch saying, more or less, “Don’t sweat the optics” and “So what if a few guys do a little harmless Naziing?”

WE MUST RIP AWAY THE LEFT’S “NAZI!!!” SAFETY BLANKET

Is Spencer working with the Left to stifle nationalism? It certainly looks that way.

by Colin Liddell

The most astounding meta political phenomenon of the modern age is the prominence of “Naziism” as a dominant cultural and political trope. In fact “Naziism” today is almost ubiquitous. Rather like it was once said that you were never more than 10 feet away from a rat in a modern city, so in today’s political discourse you’re never more than a few sentences away from the Nazi trope: Trump is “literally Hitler,” the new Chancellor of Austria is a “Baby Hitler” who must be killed, and according to Dinesh D’Souza the Democrats are the real Nazis etc., etc., ad infinitum…yawn!

CULTURIST LESSONS FROM WHINING BLACK ATHLETES


Studying black athletes’ recent ‘take a knee’ campaign can help us ‘take back our country.’ But, only if we heed the five vital culturist lessons they teach us:

1. Black athletes give us a way to taunt black men generally. As detailed in my infamous “Grab ‘em by the @&#%” music video, on the court black athletes claim to be tough guys.  Determined to win, they ‘man up’ and make no excuses. But, off the court, they whine, “We can’t compete due to waaaaycism. Someone said a hurty word, so I can’t achieve! It’s not faiwwr. Waaaa!!” We have to tell them, “Black (so-called) men, stop crying like sissy-assed bitches and man up like you do in sports!!”

EUROPE’S THIRD STATE



Among those who seek the defence and resurgence of Europe, one common point of controversy is the issue of national independence versus European unification. Perhaps one reason for heightened controversy at present is that Richard Spencer has long been a champion of unification and a devil’s advocate for the EU, while Greg Johnson favours sovereign nation-states for all viable ethnic groups in Europe. So I should start this piece by stating that my own position on this question, which is in favour of unification, has nothing to do with the dispute between these two figures.

THE ONCE AND FUTURE POLITICAL ANIMAL



The seemingly anachronistic ubiquity of smoking in Blade Runner 2049 may be intended as nothing more than a tribute to the neo-noir original, just like the Pan-Am and Atari billboards. But perhaps it also symbolizes something psychological about the society it depicts: the feeling that it has no reason to live. The replicants, of course, do not have souls or free will. They have no past, and, because they can not breed, no collective future. Meanwhile, the humans are staring down-the-barrel at their obsolescence as a species. Ensouled or not, the replicants are so much smarter and stronger, and so even if they lack the agency to conquer or destroy humanity, what is the point of going on?

STRAIGHTENING OUT THE HORSESHOE THEORY


As I have argued in a recent article, there is no going back to classical liberalism, and the illusion that we can do so is a major factor preventing our people from defending themselves. Liberalism has opened the door to culture-destroying progressivism, masked its takeover of our countries by presenting a show of formal continuity, and lacks the means of purging it. Those who would save the West are thus forced to search outside liberalism for a political framework that can do the job.

TO LIVE AND DIE IN LAS VEGAS



It has been observed by psychologists that gamblers have a tendency to move away from more conservative bets to riskier, higher return bets at the end of the day. This is called quite simply end-of-the-day betting. What is true for gamblers can also be true in life. Those nearing the end of the road and sensing in their bones their approaching death may have a tendency to throw caution to the wind in order to gain an impressive pay out.

DARK M. NIGHT, WHITE FLIGHT: “THE VILLAGE”

by Andy Nowicki

For all of the sound and fury attending Mel Gibson’s “Passion of the Christ” back in 2004, few of our trusted cultural nags bothered to complain about a film released later that year, one that, in the long run, has proven to be even more subversive of our age’s prescribed and rigidly enforced sensibilities.

RACIAL EPITHETS ARE IMPLICITLY RACIST



Some of you might be scratching your heads after reading that title, and I wouldn’t blame you. The level of writing and reading in the modern West is not high enough that things are routinely written or read with much precision. But I am being extremely precise when I say that racial epithets are implicitly racist.

Of course, they are explicitly racist. If a White man calls a Black man the N-word, it is regarded as insulting in a collective and racial sort of way, and vice versa if a Black man calls a White man the dreaded C-word.

DISSIDENT DISPATCHES: THE CULTURIST REVIEW



When, at the 2017 American Renaissance Conference, Arktos’ CEO announced they had published a book about Christianity, I cheered. I have long complained of Arktos’ focus on neo-paganism. We need to save the West! Christianity is already nominally adhered to in the West and has a pervasive infrastructure. As such, I’ve argued that Arktos needs to promote the idea of Christendom. In Andrew Fraser’s, “Dissident Dispatches: An Alt-Right Guide to Christian Theology,” Arktos has produced a ground-breaking and important culturist Christian tome.