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The Unz Review Digest - April 16, 2021

Ranking first by a wide margin this last week was Mike Whitney’s long article arguing that Covid-19 vaccinations represented a diabolical plot by eugenicists to eliminate most of the world’s population and create a totalitarian regime of human control, a highly controversial hypothesis that quickly attracted over 450 comments totaling more than 50,000 words.

Second place was held by Andrew Anglin’s column focusing upon the recent case of a black former professional football player who brutally killed an elderly white medical doctor, his wife, his two young grandchildren, and a couple of workers at his home, a shocking mass-shooting that received minimal national media attention, but surely would have dominated the headlines for weeks if the races involved had been reversed.  This topic drew more than 500 comments totaling around 45,000 words.

Just below and ranking third was Andrei Martyanov’s analysis of the global situation, arguing that the growing economic unification of the Eurasian landmass foretold an almost inevitable relative decline in American economic power, given that our total population and natural resource were so small by comparison, trends accentuated by the sharp decline of American industrial power and its replacement by financialization.  These issues were hotly debated in over 250 comments totaling more than 35,000 words.

Ranking fourth was Kevin MacDonald’s focus on Tucker Carlson’s recent claims that heavy immigration is acting to “replace” America’s existing white population, a provocative perspective that attracted a storm of public controversy, with his subsequent response to ADL attacks being the subject of a follow-up column, already ranking seventh after just one day and coming up fast.  Taken together, this pair of articles have already attracted over 700 comments totaling more than 70,000 words.

And rounding out our most popular featured articles was Philip Giraldi’s discussion of the refusal of the media to cover stories considered unfavorable to Israel and the Saker’s analysis of the phone call between President Joseph Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Mike Yeadon is a soft-spoken microbiologist and a former Vice President of Allergy and Respiratory Research at Pfizer. He spent 32 years working for large pharmaceutical companies and is a leading expert on viral respiratory infections. He is also a man on a mission, and his mission is to inform as many people as possible... Read More
This is the first celebrity mass shooter that I’m aware of. It’s a pretty novel story, which the media is completely burying with George Floyd, Joe Biden’s gun control agenda, DMX and of course, the deadly coronavirus. USA Today: A prominent local doctor, his wife and their two young grandchildren were among those killed Wednesday... Read More
In Continuation of a Conversation with Paul Craig Roberts
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Here are few numbers, we’ll start with two: 447 million and 4.67 billion. These two numbers speak volumes, and are in the foundation of the America’s decline and increasingly irrational behavior which may, quoting Bachman Turner Overdrive’s famous hit, get us to the point of a proverbial ain’t seen nothing yet. The first number is... Read More
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The popular narrative of plucky little Israel prevailing over hordes of bloodthirsty Arabs has captured the Western imagination even though it is manifestly false in almost every detail. But Israel’s greatest accomplishment might well be something else, it’s ability to make things disappear. It plausibly all began in June 1967 when Israel attacked the USS... Read More
The ADL, always attuned to any indication that their subjects are getting restless, is insisting that Tucker Carlson be fired. What brought on their ire was Tucker’s use of the word ‘replacement’ in the context of a discussion of Joe Biden’s Open Border policy. Mentioning replacement in the context of immigration is pretty much in... Read More
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The big news of the day is that Biden decided to call Putin. Here is how the Russians reported this: At the initiative of the American side, a telephone conversation took place between President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and President of the United States of America Joseph Biden. The current state of Russian-American... Read More
In a previous article I noted that Tucker Carlson’s comments on ‘replacement’ in the context of immigration had unleashed a torrent of hatred from the ADL and the liberal media. When the ADL goes after public figures, the usual response is groveling apology in a typically futile effort to prevent getting ostracized or fired. After... Read More
Biden Lunatics Aggressively Harassing Russia and China
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The situation in the Ukraine is spinning out of control rapidly. The Biden People have B-1 nuclear-capable bombers patrolling in Scandinavia. They’ve begun flooding the region with warships. Last week, they upped the ante and did a patrol with B-1 bombers over the Aegean Sea. CNN, April 9: Those are not normal patrol jets. They’re... Read More
American soldiers can still win wars, but it has to be a real war where there is something genuine at stake, like protecting one’s home and family. It hardly made the evening news, but the New York Times reported last week that after twenty years of fighting the Taliban are confident that they will fully... Read More
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We’re at a turning point in our history. America has practically adopted an official state ideology: Critical Race Theory (CRT), which holds that white privilege and racism are embedded in all institutions and cause inequality. Thus, practically unlimited government intervention is justified to remove racism. In practical terms, this means attacking whites, the group that... Read More
War, Russophobia and Pipelineistan
Ukraine and Russia may be on the brink of war – with dire consequences for the whole of Eurasia. Let’s cut to the chase, and plunge head-on into the fog of war. On March 24, Ukrainian President Zelensky, for all practical purposes, signed a declaration of war against Russia, via decree No. 117/2021. The decree... Read More
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Israeli elections are a movable feast. The fourth round is over, and they already anticipate the fifth, perhaps in August. The Israelis just can’t form a stable government. They’ve got the Italian merry-go-round virus of unstable governments. Italians get a new government at an average of one every thirteen months. The Israeli mutation of the... Read More
Earlier: 34 Deaths (If You Count One Hmong Girl Definitely Not Killed By White Supremacists): FEBRUARY 2021—Another Month In The Death Of White America I found twenty-five instances of interracial violence resulting in the deaths of thirty-five victims reported in the calendar month of March 2021. All but two of the victims were white and... Read More
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My illness is mostly over, I think. There’s still residual coughing, weak, tremulous breathing and difficulty sleeping, but I’ve been able to walk for miles each day, a restorative act that gets my blood flowing, and, of course, seeing people lifts my spirits. Here in Tirana, there are enough benches and green spaces to rest,... Read More
Court began with discussions outside the presence of the jury. Derek Chauvin’s lawyer, Eric Nelson, objecting to the prosecution’s plan to call another use-of-force expert. He said it would only be repetition of what other witnesses have said. Earlier, Judge Peter Cahill cautioned prosecutors about “cumulative” witnesses, and said he would not let them bring... Read More
That the United States likes to use expressions like “shock and awe” or “maximum pressure” would rather suggest that there is a psychopath working in the White House basement whose full-time job is to come up with pithy one-liners to somehow euphemize government bad behavior. The expressions hardly mean anything in and of themselves apart... Read More
An official UK report “Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities” has got into trouble by coming to the wrong conclusions. It has stated that the UK is not a racist state, and although there are instances of racism, in most ways the UK is a model of non-racism. The report says that the main source... Read More
I’d Rather Be Ruled by Brain-Damaged Twelve-Year-Olds
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There is no limit to misjudgement. If the psychic curiosities in the Federal bunker start a war with China, or push Beijing into starting one, it will be blamed on a proximate cause, such as a collision of warships after which some lieutenant who joined on waivers lost it and opened fire. After all, historians... Read More
It’s very difficult to say “this is the craziest thing I’ve ever seen” about anything these days, because everything is so gosh-darn crazy. But we must admit that the “anti-Asian hate crimes are white supremacy” narrative is so crazy that if it was happening in say, 2015, it would be the craziest thing you’d ever... Read More
Many literary classics you encounter too early in life, often as a class assignment in college or even high school. With almost no life experience, you can’t fully grasp their deeper meanings. Nothing prevents you from rereading them much later, however, and a masterful work should be revisited again and again. I don’t know how... Read More