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Kathryn Paige Harden, The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality, Princeton University Press, 2021, 312 pages, $26.95 hardcover, $16.17 Kindle. Kathryn Paige Harden, a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Texas, has just published The Genetic Lottery, a much-heralded book that tries to reconcile progressive politics with the reality of genetic... Read More
The British Arts Council has appeared as another assassin of white people. The British Arts Council’s policy of “diversity” has resulted in the English Touring Opera firing half of its orchestral musicians for being white. Think about this. You are a person with the desire and discipline to master a musical instrument and become a... Read More
Spencer J. Quinn Solzhenitsyn & the Right Quakertown, Pa.: Antelope Hill The widespread perception of Solzhenitsyn as a figure inseparable from the vanished world of the Cold War has become an obstacle to appreciation of his works. To some extent, an earlier generation of his Western admirers contributed to this misunderstanding: e.g., many Cold War... Read More
Syracuse University professor Jenn M. Jackson had a curious take on the September 11 attacks. Among other statements, she said she was “disturbed by how many white pundits and correspondents talk about it.” She has since hidden her posts, but the internet is forever. I agree that the systems many white Americans fight to protect... Read More
The Democrats in the latter half of the 20th and early 21st centuries transitioned from a reform party into America’s worst enemy. Essentially, the Democrats destroyed America. They replaced the white population with Third World “people of color” who have different values and different cultures. Assimilation was halted. To assimilate immigrants was declared to be... Read More
In Shanksville, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, former President George W. Bush's theme was national unity — and how it has been lost over these past 20 years. "In the weeks and months following the 9/11 attacks," said Bush, "I was proud to lead an amazing, resilient, united people. When it comes to the unity of America,... Read More
If you’ve ever wanted to deliver massive doses of red pills to your friends, David Duke’s My Awakening[1] can be considered an entire bottle of them. The first edition, which is reviewed herein, has aged pretty well. Much has happened since then, of course — and little for the better. However, the basics are still... Read More
Governor Gavin Newsom is campaigning hard against a recall in California. Many once saw him as a possible presidential contender. However, Governor Newsom violated his own COVID-19 lockdown rules, presided over a huge increase in crime and homelessness, and arguably did little to prevent the worst wildfires in the state’s history. These are just some... Read More
There's another anniversary this September besides the 20th anniversary of 9/11: Fifty years ago this weekend, and also encompassing a weekend, September 9th to 13th, there occurred the Attica prison riot in western upstate New York. The final death toll for those five days was 43: thirty-three inmates of the prison and ten guards and... Read More
Beauty pageants are always worth a look. They had one in Ireland last week. The winner, the new Miss Ireland, was 26-year-old Pamela Uba, and a bonny colleen she is. Another thing she is, is … black. Ms. Uba immigrated from South Africa at age seven. Now she is the very first black Miss Ireland,... Read More
Twenty years ago tonight, on September 11, 2001, many Americans felt that they had just seen Francis Fukuyama’s End of History revoked in the most brutal and dramatic way possible. The sense of rage, shock—and, somehow, pride—is impossible to recapture. It almost seems like it didn’t happen, or that it happened to someone else. That’s... Read More
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On Wednesday, the Commonwealth of Virginia took down and then sawed to pieces Robert E. Lee’s 21-foot bronze equestrian statue in the former Confederate capital of Richmond. On paper, this was illegal. In 1889, the General Assembly guaranteed that the state would “hold the said [Lee Monument] perpetually sacred to the monumental purpose to which... Read More
Have we learned anything? This video is available on BitChute. Twenty years ago, at the time of the 9/11 attacks, American Renaissance was a monthly newsletter. The attacks were the cover story, with the title, “Will America Learn its Lessons?” I noted that the 19 hijackers all entered the country legally and attracted hardly any... Read More
I will save the celebrations of the removal of Robert E. Lee’s statue in Richmond for another article. This is just the standard contempt for whites that circulates on Twitter. An actress: A few years ago, I read an obscure book called Men, Art, War. In one story, after a revolution against a horrible system,... Read More
The Crest of the Peacock (1991) has a beautiful title and an ugly purpose. The book takes that title from a line in an ancient Sanskrit text: “Like the crest of a peacock, like the gem on the head of a snake, so is mathematics at the head of all knowledge.” (p. v) So much... Read More
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The evidence that genes influence intelligence and other personality traits is so overwhelming that even a few lefties no longer deny it. But, oh, how they agonize over how to reconcile science with the religion of equality. How do you justify massive social intervention when the people you are trying to help might not be... Read More
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On July 16, 2021, the Vatican issued a motu proprio on the Latin Mass under the title of Traditionis Custodes which effectively revoked Pope Benedict’s motu proprio Summorum Pontificium, which made the Latin Mass more readily available to the faithful. That story began in 1988 when Pope John Paul II issued his own motu proprio... Read More
As you can see from my posting yesterday — — this website is a source of factual information about Covid. It provides the information suppressed by “social media” and other Big Pharma media such as CNN. Providing this information results in me being demonized by Big Pharma’s trolls. Homeland Security has labeled dissidents from the... Read More
Not even doctors are immune to diversity rubbish. This video is available on Bitchute. The other day I made a video called “Diversity or Standards: You Can’t Have Both.” I pointed out all the standards that have fallen in the name of diversity – in law enforcement, schools and colleges, employment, and even historical accuracy.... Read More
Last month: 29 BLACK ON WHITE HOMICIDES, INCLUDING ABDUCTED WHITE BOY: July 2021—Another Month In The Death Of White America Amazingly, the Regime Media is trying to impose the lie that white-on-black lynchings are still going on: Washington Post harrowingly reports: ‘Lynchings in Mississippi never stopped’, by Biba Adams, thegrio via news.yahoo.com, August 9, 2021.... Read More
Previously: The Great Replacement Comes To Marvel. Out With The Normal White Men, In With The Gays And Black, Bisexual Women The Great Replacement will not leave anything created by the Historic American Nation untouched. That includes Captain America, the quintessential Historic American. Two years after killing off the most important Marvel Cinematic Universe characters,... Read More
A conversation with Colin Flaherty. Jared Taylor talks about the gripping issues of the day with none other than Colin Flaherty, author of White Girl Bleed a Lot and Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry. Mr. Flaherty is also a prolific video commentator and will be a speaker at the AmRen conference this November. .
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, a Republican who worked on Donald Trump's failed 2020 campaign, has made a move that puts "woke" criminal justice crusaders to shame. Today his office announced that it would be charging former Glynn County head prosecutor Jackie Johnson with Obstruction and Hindering a Law Enforcement Officer and Violation of Oath... Read More
We’re past the point at which people can say the Great Replacement isn’t happening. The people applauding it say it is. They brag about it. Replacing whites seems to be a high priority. Increasing wages, protecting the environment, and fighting corporate power seem secondary. Therefore, it is very hard to take these complaints seriously. When... Read More
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I was fascinated and frustrated by a recent series of polls conducted by the Pew Research Center on attitudes toward America’s declining White population. While there are several interesting layers to Pew’s findings, the key message is that a significant majority of White respondents indicated that they feel the declining share of White people in... Read More
For patriots, August was a terrible month, a month of national humiliation. I share the general anger and despair. As if the national news wasn't depressing enough, here on Long Island we were forecast to take a major hit August 22nd from Hurricane Henri. The Derbs obediently bought in extra supplies of food and necessities.... Read More
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Here’s some good news about Afghanistan. If you drew up a “Toxic Top Ten” of the worst possible places to receive migrants from, Afghanistan wouldn’t be #1. I think that honour would go to Somalia. Now some bad news about Afghanistan. It could be well #2 or #3 in the Toxic Ten. It’s #2 for... Read More
This morning I posted “The Aggressive Stupidity of America’s business, educational, government, and military leaders is astounding.” As it was astounding this morning, what do I call it this mid-afternoon when the stupidity of American leadership is already 10 times worse than it was this morning? You are not going to believe this, but Chase... Read More
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The identity of Ashli Babbitt’s murderer has been revealed as Lieutenant Michael Leroy Byrd, a negro. The negro Byrd had previously been sanctioned for leaving his loaded gun in a public bathroom at the Congressional Visitor Center while kids were on a tour there. NBC News interviewed him. They sent the black guy, and basically... Read More
And the white man has got to go. This video is available on BitChute and Brighteon. In America, you can have either diversity or you can have standards. You can’t have both. And since diversity – especially racial diversity – is our number-one goal, it’s standards that have to go. Consider crime. To America’s everlasting... Read More
Many have criticized Department of Defense Lloyd Austin's campaign to purge the US military of nationalist or culturally conservative political beliefs. The reasoning is that army service generally attracts those with more right-leaning beliefs, thus attacking them for their political views undermines their morale in conflicts abroad. . But what if the purpose of the... Read More
Once upon a time when I was young, Harvard was a prestigious university where a determined student could get a good education. But education was not the real attraction of the university. It was Harvard’s network that was valuable. Of course, to get in you had to have a network, that is, you had to... Read More
I know I spend too much time on Twitter, but this definitely caught my attention: Yes, of course, it’s strange. What other definable group rejoices that they are becoming a minority and therefore with less power over their future, especially when we see so much anti-White hatred coming from high places? But this tweeter has... Read More
“It’s not happening and it’s good that it is.” That sums up progressives’ response to The Great Replacement — the dispossession of whites in their own countries. The most recent census showed that the number of whites declined for the first time in American history. Michael Moore called this the “best day ever in U.S.... Read More
Veteran left-wing journalist Matt Taibbi is leading a charge against Portland's notoriously violent Antifa chapter and their supporters in the mainstream media following the assault of Taibbi's news correspondent Maranie Staab. Last Sunday, Staab began filming Antifa rioters after they tried and failed to shut down a Proud Boys demonstration. The anarchists snatched her equipment,... Read More
Larry Elder is a black radio talk show host running to replace California Governor Gavin Newsome if he is recalled in the vote scheduled for September 14. During the campaign, he has said the same sensible things he has been saying for years on the radio. Nothing more enrages our self-style betters than a black... Read More
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Our topic today is “Is race an important topic or a fiction?” And so, I'd like to begin our discussion of the concept of race with a reminder that historically race referred to ethnicity as well as physical characteristics. But before I do that I'd like to explain the difference between categories of the mind... Read More
One reliable sign of leftism in action is that it most harms those whom it claims to care about most. For example, the Labour party in Britain proclaims its concern for the working-class in its very name. But Labour has been attacking the working-class with mass migration and anti-racism for decades. When working-class Whites called... Read More
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People are mad that the Taliban recreated the iconic Iwo Jima flag-raising photo while decked out in American gear. Marjorie Taylor Greene is impeaching Joe Biden over his decision to surrender in Afghanistan and leave billions in equipment. Frankly, it is confusing what people are actually mad about. What was insulted when the Taliban won?... Read More
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My congratulations, friends and readers! The Taliban’s victory is our victory, yours and mine. We, non-Muslim and non-Pashtun folk, in the US and Europe, may rejoice, for in Afghanistan, virile (not “toxic”) masculinity defeated gender-diversity, believers defeated those weak of faith, the morals of our fathers overcome the morals of our sons. This is the... Read More
When Ichiro played in the Major Leagues, he was always hounded by a mob of Japanese journalists and photographers, starting with the first day of Spring Training. Sick of this, he told an interviewer he wished they would just disappear. “From your life?” “No, from this earth.” The USA, though, is not being pestered but... Read More
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A nation is made of race, ethnicity, culture, and identity. Ernst Renan called it a “daily plebiscite.” He said a nation needs a “common will in the present,” and the wish to perform great deeds in the future. Identity is a feeling, but feelings, emotions, personalities and beliefs come from the blood. We don’t create... Read More
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There is a growing debate in the USA about Critical Race Theory (CRT). Peculiarly enough, CRT’s opponents insist that the ‘Marxist’ discourse must be uprooted from American culture and the education system. I am puzzled by it, as I cannot think of anything more removed from Marx’s thinking than CRT. Marx offered an economic analysis... Read More
Earlier, by Steve Sailer, 2018: NYT: Ix-Nay On All the White Minority Talk The recent news that the number of whites in the United States has declined for the first time in American history produced curious doublethink among Regime journos. Some of the cruder commentators, like Affirmative Action columnist Charles Blow [Email him] and Jewish... Read More
I have said clearly that I believe the defeat of the Zionist Occupation Government (ZOG) in Afghanistan, and the full surrender of the ZOG military to a band of brave boys from the caves, is the best thing that has happened on earth in decades. I do not think I am required to explain why... Read More
As part of the false reality that The Matrix has created for us, white people are privileged because of their skin. Allegedly, this privilege creates in white people the impression that they are superior to all others, and this makes them racists. This dogma has become immune to all evidence. For example, when Americans elected... Read More
They made the same mistakes in Afghanistan they make at home. This video is available on BitChute. On August 15, Kabul surrendered to the Taliban. Helicopters rushed Americans out of the embassy, just as they did from Saigon when it fell in 1975. Twenty years of fighting in Afghanistan ended in a humiliation. There were... Read More
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Growing up in mostly-rural North Carolina, most of my friends and especially their parents could go on a bit about their family backgrounds, about their familial histories. Most of my friends—like me—had great-grandfathers or great-great-grandfathers who had served in Confederate ranks back in 1861-1865. Pride in family and in our ancestors was taken for granted,... Read More
The terrible legacy of Richard Lewontin.
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