Tuesday, 27 September 2016


Is there an alternative?
by James Lawrence

Any movement dedicated to securing the future of the Western peoples must deal with the fact that feminist legislation, moral corruption and hate-spreading has rendered marriage to a Western woman a decidedly unwise act for most men. The online networks of male resistance to feminism, most of which overlap at some point or other with the Alt-Right, have so far managed to offer three alternative paths for men:

Monday, 26 September 2016


To make an allusion to a certain hairy-fairy poet of celebratory bombast and glorified deviancy (no, not Milo), every mass movement can be said to “contain multitudes.” Such a circumstance is inevitable, when one considers the fact that “mass” invariably equates to “massive”; when more people are added to a group, that which could be called the group’s essential core is in some way diluted by the result.

Thus, the would-be leaders of any burgeoning movement inevitably wind up imposing, or at least prescribing, with a heavy dollop of “extreme prejudice,” a certain top-down set of precepts or attitudes, to which those in the general herd (that is, the would-be underlings under these would-be leaders) feel a need to conform, lest they be ridiculed for the ridiculous gesture of standing alone with their hideously contrary views and looking like a bunch of uncool, uncouth, autistic fedora-clad goofballs who most assuredly never get laid. 


The Alt-Right includes a spectrum of views: from the racist, White Nationalist Alt-Right to the culturist, Western-Civilization protecting Alt-Light. Herein I will cover both sides' mutual disdain for multiculturalism, discuss their differences and place Trump in the spectrum. Ultimately, I will argue, not only is Trump not Alt-Right, he is only tepidly Alt-Lite.

Saturday, 24 September 2016


There has been a lot of interest in an article at Counter-Currents that goes by the sweaty-palmed title "The Caste System of the Alt Right." It purports to be written by someone called "Michael Bell," a person I have never heard of before, but who apparently has enough confidence in his leadership qualities to dictate to the rest of the Alt-Right how it should organize itself. This leads me to suspect that Michael Bell is in fact someone much more well-known in our circles, who is possibly being a little coy with us on this occasion. Just who it is...the mind boggles.

While an interesting improvement on recent efforts to excommunicate people wholesale from the movement and thus whittle it down to a tiny ghetto of hard-signalling stormfags, I feel that Mr. Bell's schemata can do with some mild improvements, so, here without further ado, is my own intricately constructed pyramid of status, with examples of where the various luminaries of the Alt-Right slot effortlessly in. Starting at the top...

Friday, 23 September 2016


The following passage, describing the failure of the New Left in the 1960s and 70s, has a lot of relevance for our own movement:
"Ironically, just when the New Left was experiencing an unprecedented wave of support, its leading organization, SDS, which claimed almost a hundred thousand members and a million supporters, was being torn asunder by internal contradictions. Chapter meetings throughout the country degenerated into ideological squabbles as the Progressive Labor party (PL), a disciplined Old Left cadre, made a power play and tried to take over the SDS. The PL people were cultural conservatives; they wore their hair short, dressed straight, mouthed Marxist dogma, and dismissed lifestyle as a peripheral concern that diverted attention from the true working-class struggle. On repeated occasions PL castigated SDS regulars for being ‘escapist’ and ‘objectively counterrevolutionary when they spoke in favor of turning on. (Quite a few SDS members would have agreed with Arthur Kleps when he said, ‘Marxism is the opiate of the unstoned classes.’) PL also criticized propaganda tactics like guerrilla theater and rock bands at rallies as ‘creeping carnivalism,’ and they even claimed that Timothy Leary was a CIA agent who pushed acid on the Movement as part of an imperialist plot." (Acid Dreams: The Complete Social History of LSD: the CIA, the Sixties, and Beyond by Martin A. Lee and Bruce Shlain)


One Man's Chorus is an excellent source of well-argued Alt-Right videos. This video addresses the Conservative movement's surprising refusal to engage with the Left on fundamental issues, where it could win, and to instead to argue detail. Hint: symbiosis

Thursday, 22 September 2016


Panic, don't panic!

You'll have seen the story by now—"Germany: Nearly 40 Per Cent of Under Fives Now ‘Migrant Background"—accompanied, as in the linked article, by a picture of leering, brown-skinned urchins.

Under fives 40% kebab!!! you are invited to think—stick a fork in it, the land of the sausage is well and truly done:
"Following the release of figures which reveal almost four in ten children under five have foreign roots, Michael Paulwitz says the demographic change will be the death of Germany’s welfare state.

The journalist and historian predicts that 'hard struggles' over resources will take place when ethnic Germans are a minority, and that native Germans 'will inevitably lose out.'"


Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, who was once laudably referred to as the "Maestro" for his supposed astute stewardship of U.S. monetary policy, commented last week on the nation’s current political and economic climate:
"We’re not in a stable equilibrium. I hope we can all find a way out because this too great a country to be undermined, by how should I say it, crazies."
Well, if there is anyone who knows how to "undermine" an economy, it is the "Maestro," since it was his "crazed" policies that brought about the 2008 financial crisis which ushered in the Great Recession that continues to this very day.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016


Apropos of recent calls for the Alt Right to wage war on Breitbart editor and troll auteur Milo Yiannopoulos, the man himself came to a nearby bloated city to give one of his more important speeches. Attendees like myself were rewarded with a vision of the Alt Right not as a singular thing, but as layers of a vital truth.

Yiannopoulos was compelling, and came across as nervous and even shy but earnest, which won the audience over completely. The pacing of his delivery was more like that of a comedian than a political speaker, but that worked very well, separating out the density of the material.


Richard Collet-White, Natalie Twisleton-Wykenham-Fiennes, and Deborah Francis-Grayson

One of the strange things about modern leftism is the ability to advocate a cause without any discernible personal link to the issue at stake.

And then most of them have the amazing talent to get off scot free, or just receive a slap on the wrist, when they are collared for breaking the law.


The grooming and rape of underage English girls by Islamic gangs is an ongoing issue that is constantly in danger of being swept under the carpet by the British establishment and the mainstream media. A strong showing by Jack Buckby in the forthcoming Batley and Spen by-election (now scheduled for October 20th) will focus much needed attention on this unacceptable situation. Do what you can to help Jack make an electoral splash by voting, volunteering, or donating. 

Tuesday, 20 September 2016


Google is at it again pushing their PC inclusive agenda down our throats.

Here's a little game my friend showed me. Go to Google.com type in "American inventors," notice anything unusual? Look at the horizontal row of pictures.

There you have it folk, America is not just the land of contemporary black geniuses like Kayne, Oprah and Colin Kaepernick. It is also the land of historic black inventor and innovator geniuses like George Washington Carver, the guy who brought you peanut butter, and Madam C.J. Walker who put together a company to sell blacks beauty products (Afro Sheen?) Or Garrett Morgan who worked on a chemical for hair-straightening (did he work with Walker?).

Monday, 19 September 2016


Natalie Portman in Black Swan (2010)

Darren Aronofsky's remarkable 2010 movie Black Swan functions as an aesthetic companion piece to his equally striking 2008 offering, The Wrestler. The two films take place in settings that could not possibly be more different, yet each tells essentially the same story, a story that is undeniably relevant to our age and culture.


SJW rage as power play.

Those of us who devote lasting attention to the antics of SJWs cannot fail to discern a 'core pattern' to their behaviour, which runs as follows:
  1. Pick a target, usually an isolated individual, and take loud and public issue over some trivial word, deed, or object that has supposedly "caused offense" (recent examples: a hula doll, a joke name, and a few lines in an email regarding Halloween costumes).
  2. As quickly as possible or after encountering any resistance, erupt into a state of violent anger and escalate the dispute with hysterical ravings, profanity, personal insults, aggressive body language etc.
  3. Demand some outward show of compliance, again seemingly trivial, such as an apology or a retreat from a minor position, implying that this will put an end to the aggressive and hysterical outburst (in fact, it usually serves as a justification for escalating things even further).

Sunday, 18 September 2016


Duterte Harry?
by Siryako Akda

As a "Flip," it is a bit amusing, and also a bit flattering, to see so much attention focused on Duterte in the Western media (both of the mainstream and of the dank maymay variety). What's particularly entertaining are some of the reactions I've seen from Western liberals when they discovered Duterte's 91% trust rating, and the succeeding virtue signalling of trying to compare him with Trump.
How could they support such a monster? The world needs to unite against all forms of tyranny, especially Trump. He’s just like Trump. Ha Ha. Did I mention how that Filipino guy resembles Trump?
Now, I regard the Duterte-Trump comparison to be a bit of an exaggeration, born either out of ignorance or disingenuous malice, usually on the part of the Western media to guilt-by-comparison Trump with the leader of a foreign country.