DENOUNCING THE COMMUNIST HOLIDAY

"Liberators"
@alexfontana88

A few days ago, on April 25th, Italy celebrated a national holiday, La Liberazione d'Italia. This anniversary marks the end of fascism and the Second World War and the liberation from Nazi occupation. Many Italians of the Left rejoice, while many on the Right see it as a “communist holiday.”

REVIEW: "THE TRAIL OF THE VIKING FINGER"

Trail of the Viking Finger: A Northern Family Saga
by John Bean, Troubador Publishing, 228 Pages

Reviewed by Colin Liddell

I was amazed when John Bean, the veteran British nationalist, came out with an excellent novel a couple of years ago at the grand old age of 87. This even put Grandma Moses in the shade for late starts, and was a sign of hope to all those of us who continually defer our dreams. I was even more amazed that the novel, Blood in the Square, based on Bean’s own experiences in British nationalism in the 1960s, read so well.

JEWISH-INSPIRED "WITCH HUNT" CAUSES CIVIL WAR IN LABOUR PARTY

Jewish Labour MPs march as a bloc
to Wadsworth's disciplinary hearing.
by Trad News

With important local elections only days away, Britain's Labour Party is being divided and distracted from campaigning by a "civil war" that has broken out within the party. The civil war, which has seen acrimonious splits in the party, has been caused by a Jewish-led insurrection within the party that is seeking to intimidate critics of Israel, including the Party's leader Jeremy Corbyn, by using false accusations of anti-Semitism.

HEIL HIROHITO!


Today (April 29th) is Showa Day here in Japan. This is a national holiday, held in honour of the Emperor Hirohito. Showa is his death name and the name of the period defined by his reign (1926-89), a period when Japan made two distinct grabs at world domination and came reasonably close in both cases, before the constrictions of being a relatively small island nation kicked in.

NAMELESS PODCASTS 2015

Whether one agrees with him of not, Andy Nowicki has rightfully earned a reputation for naked honesty, unstinting sincerity, and awkward truth-telling that would probably have got him burnt at the stake in any era earlier than our own (in which he has only been slightly singed).


THE ODD ODYSSEY OF THE DEAD DUCE: THE TRIALS, TRIBULATIONS, AND TRIUMPH OF MUSSOLINI'S BODY

Powerful in life, potent in death.

by Empire & Revolution

When Hitler committed suicide in Berlin on the 30th of April, the direct cause was the military collapse of Germany and the victory of the Red Army, but the event that emotionally triggered it was the death two days previously of Hitler’s main ally, the Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. Hitler simply did not want to live in a world without Mussolini.

THE ALCHEMY OF NOSTALGIA

The following is an excerpt from an as yet unfinished work by Andy Nowicki, tentatively titled Alienated in the 80s: A Compendium of Negative Nostalgia

THE BETRAYAL OF THE ALT-RIGHT


The Alt-Right is essentially a dead movement that has been betrayed by the attempts of its would-be leaders to nail it down and concretise it as something in the real world.

The Alt-Right is a living movement, with a powerful polymorphous energy that transcends all petty attempts made to brand it and profit from it.

AT&T'S ANTI WHITE MALE ADVERTISEMENT HAS AN IRONIC AND SUBVERSIVE SUBTEXT

by Andy Nowicki
@Andy Nowicki

AT&T, being a powerful, multinational corporate conglomerate, is obviously affiliated with that malignant monster known collectively by many ominous designations ("the Deep State," "the Oligarchy," "the Pedovorous Elite," and so forth).

THE CULTURE OF MANIPULATION


The magnum opus of the late Sam Francis, Leviathan And Its Enemies, significantly expanded and improved upon James Burnham’s theory of the managerial revolution. One way in which Francis built upon the original framework of Burnham was to make a distinction between soft managerialism, the consent-manufacturing type practiced in Western ‘liberal democracies’, and hard managerialism, the coercive type practiced in the authoritarian states of Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany. This aspect of Francis’s theory deserves attention, I think, because it makes an important correction to Burnham that itself requires fuller clarification.

KIM ENSURES STATUS-BOOSTING TRUMP MEETING BY MEANINGLESS CONCESSIONS

by Trad News

Get used to it. We live in an age of fake new, false flags, and phoney wars.

Just recently, Trump responded to a fake gas attack with what was essentially a fake bombing, Now the next big story is that Kim Jong-Un, the dictatorial leader of North Korea, has stopped testing nuclear missiles and has closed down the research facility that carried out the tests.

ENOCH POWELL: THE MAN AND HIS POLITICS



Fifty years ago today, Enoch Powell made perhaps the most famous speech in British politics, the "Rivers of Blood" speech, warning against the dangers of mass immigration.

HITLER AS AN EXPRESSION OF GERMAN "BAD FORM"


Today we enter “The Twelve Days of Hitler,” the period between the anniversary of the birth of the 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.

DANCING DADS OF DOOM

@AndyNowicki

Apparently for some time now, though I'm not sure exactly how long, "baby dancing," a unique species of aerobic dance jazzercise, has been a thing that some young mothers do.

IDENTITY POLITICS AND THE GROWING CULTURAL RIFT IN AMERICA

21st Century Bugman
by Sloan Kettering

The demographic change among the American electorate has many political consequences for how campaigns are run. Growing partisanship coupled with ideological radicalization of the parties is a result not only of the browning of America, but also a geographic and cultural schism in society. This essay will revisit the 2016 presidential election, dissecting the underlying war of cultures with a particular focus on the elements of identity politics relevant to Hillary’s defeat.


LIBERTARIANISM IS PLUTOCRATIC COLLECTIVISM: A RIPOSTE TO JEFFREY TUCKER

by Richard Wolstencroft

Let's talk about Libertarianism and one of its charismatic figures, Jeffrey Tucker from the American Institute for Economic Research. I am Facebook friends with the bow-tie-wearing don, and I have been studying his ideas and his views as they present themselves to my enquiring, inquisitive mind.

VAST INTERNATIONAL COALITION OF THREE COUNTRIES BOMB EMPTY SYRIAN ROOMS

by Trad News

A vast international coalition of nations, spanning the world from Washington to London, over the English Channel to Paris, and then back to Washington again, has taken action to show its opposition to unverified videos of children having water poured on them and crying.

VIDEO: JONATHAN BOWDEN, FRAMING FROM THE MARGINS



Today is the birthday of Jonathan Bowden, one of the most potent thinkers and speakers of the radical right, who tragically died in 2012 at the age of 49. In this video from Black Gnosis, filmed in 2009, he holds forth on a wide range of topics, from inequality, race, and gender to religion, philosophy, and public speaking, fielding questions from members of the London New Right.

THOUGHTS ON THE STATE OF THE RIGHT



There’s no sense in mincing words anymore: the Alt-Right has hit a wall, and is faced with the hard task of pulling back and searching for a new course. The enemy media are (prematurely) claiming victory. Many progressives are hastening to vindicate the ‘antifa’ domestic terrorist movement, discarding the pretence that liberal misgivings about organised political violence hinge on anything more than crass utilitarianism.

My purpose here is to offer some thoughts on what has happened and how our side can hope to recover its ground. I do not wish to exaggerate the present difficulties, nor blame people in the Alt-Right for suffering a form of outsourced government repression. However, repression by those in power is a constant for us; what has changed is the effectiveness of this repression, which used to meet with a fluid, agile and durable target, and now increasingly enjoys a sluggish, clumsy and brittle one. One major reason for this is that prominent figures in the Alt-Right, protected by a widespread culture of hooting down internal dissent, took strategic and aesthetic decisions that have ended up transforming an antifragile movement into a destructible one.

A PRAYER FOR WAR (REDUX)

by Daniel Barge

It's often said that war brings out the best and worst in people. Now, as the Syrian crisis flares up on President Trump's Twitter and the media, there is tough talk aplenty. We may even see ships being moved into position, or hear the distant roar of aircraft being moved from base to base.

Inevitably there are those who say war never solved anything (not quite true) and that what is needed is a political solution. But, then, this is countered with the idea that talk is cheap and that there is only one language certain people [fill in blank] understand.

NO WAR IN SYRIA....IT'S OFFICIAL (MAYBE)


Unfairly banned from his YouTube page but still mind-jamming the internet from his back-up page, Andy Nowicki considers the (im)possibility of real war in Syria from the bottom of an extremely deep well of public cynicism.

SHORTPOD (20): WAR DRUMS & FALSE FLAGS

Affirmative Right's Chief Editor Colin Liddell comments on the beating of war drums and the waving of false flags over the Syrian crisis.

Is war now inevitable, or are we about to see a repeat of what happened last year with a few novelties added?



'A QUIET PLACE': A PROVOCATIVE ALLEGORY

Back in 2016, many claimed that “Angry Birds,” a movie based on the famous computer game, was in fact an Alt Right-ish allegory referencing the migrant invasion of the West, allegedly making a sympathetic pitch to what is often nastily called “nativism,” but is, more properly speaking, a rational defense of one’s homeland and heritage against its malevolently-willed demographic dilution and destruction.

MILLENNIAL WOES: HAS THE ALT-RIGHT LABEL OUTLIVED ITS USEFULNESS?


Recently this site rebranded itself as "Affirmative Right" due to fundamental flaws with the Alt-Right concept and the problem of false associations that it throws up. Doubts about the "Alt-Right brand" are now widespread, with even Alt-Right vlogger Millennial Woes wondering whether there is a point to it anymore. Has the term become more convenient for its opponents than for those who identify with it?

DUMB AND DUMA: THE FEELPOLITIK EMPIRE


Hot on the heels of the poisoning of the ex-British spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury (just miles down the road from the UK's massive chemical weapons lab at Porton Down), it seems that the Russians have been at it again, this time in Syria. At least according to the mutually amplifying mouthpieces of the Western media.

THE PORN GULAG: "PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW"

The following passage is taken from Andy Nowicki's collection of essays, Ruminations of a Low-Status Male, Volume 3: On Being UnwantedVolume 1 and Volume 2 are also available for purchase.

A lesser-known film than "The Graduate," but one which charts roughly the same thematic course, albeit in a rather more openly sleazy manner, is Roger Vadim’s 1971 movie “Pretty Maids All In a Row.” 

ALT-RIGHT EXPLODES IN A GIANT BALL OF FLAME AND SHIT

"Heil victory!"

Anyone looking for the Alt-Right these days is likely to just find a giant, smoking crater surrounded by heaps of steaming turds. This follows the edgytarian online community of anonymous Nazi-LARPers and optics cucks exploding in a giant ball of flame and fecal matter that temporarily reversed global cooling and blocked out the sun for a few minutes.

SYMPATHY FOR THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES

Their Satanic Majesties Request is, to my mind, the most British and therefore the most authentic of all Rolling Stones albums. Their characteristic hard-driving blues is put on the back-burner and suffused through a veil of psychedelia and English whimsy with which the band were seldom associated.

WHEN EMPIRES DIE...

Adults discussing geopolitics.
by Duns Scotus 

Countries that are good at war are good at peace. Unfortunately America has been adept at neither, and its fleeting elevation to global hegemon status was mainly due to unusually good luck and the fact that its main rivals all cancelled each other out for a convenient period.

ENJOYING THE SPECTACLE OF NARRATIVE COLLAPSE

by Brett Stevens

Last night the riff on social media was that a white woman had shot up YouTube headquarters. Chuckling softly at Google staff inheriting the wind of the social chaos they are spreading, most of us turned the page, figuring that this one was going to be a mess. This morning brings no disappointment.

BLACK CRIME WAVE SWAMPS "WHITE FLIGHT" CANADIAN CITY

by Trad News

A one-sided "race war" appears to be under way in the Canadian city of Edmonton, after it was announced that hundreds of charges had been laid against 34 members of a large group of Black youths responsible for hundreds of attacks on White people over the past year.

WALKING AWAY FROM A BROKEN BRAND



When the Alt-Right was founded in 2010—in as much as a loose umbrella term can be 'founded'—it was meant to serve as a "big tent" area of intellectual freedom. At least that's how those who gravitated towards it in those early days saw it. I know I did.

'UNSANE'-LY APT CINEMA

by Andy Nowicki
There is a scene in Unsane, Steven Soderbergh’s riveting new paranoid thriller, that will likely imprint itself on my memory until my dying day.

In it, Sawyer Valentini (Clair Foy), a harried, tormented young woman, visits a mental health facility to see a therapist, who offers a welcome sympathetic ear, or so it would seem.

"ANN COULTER 2020" HAS DESTINY WRITTEN ALL OVER IT

Is anime about to become real again?
by Trad News

It's now universally admitted that Donald Trump's presidency is an abject failure—at least among anyone whose brains haven't been eaten by MAGA maggots. 

No wall, no end to chain migration, no clamp down on sanctuary cities, Democrats poised to retake Congress, and the appointment of pointless warmonger John Bolton as Israeli ambassador to the US chief US security adviser.