Sexual Freedom Makes Us Miserable

by Brett Stevens (May 29th, 2017)
Sexual Freedom Makes Us Miserable

The 20th century was defined by democratization, or the transfer of privileges from those who had earned them to the general population as rights. This conversion made everything rare common, and in doing so, destroyed the value of most of those things. Sexual democratization, sometimes called “sexual freedom” or “sexual liberation,” removed the purpose from […]

Interview With Paul Ramsey Of Ramzpaul

by Brett Stevens (May 29th, 2017)
Interview With Paul Ramsey Of <em>Ramzpaul</em>

For many years, Paul Ramsey has served as a voice for the nationalist Right, guiding us away from emotional reactions and toward practical policy with his informative, witty and thoughtful podcasts. Recently, he had a few moments free between attempts to save the West from itself, and sat down with us for a brief but […]

Retroactive Continuity

by Brett Stevens (May 29th, 2017)
Retroactive Continuity

Language evolves by utility, meaning that people recognize the words and phrases used to describe frequent events. One newish neologism floating around is “retconned,” referring to the phrase retroactive continuity or the tendency to explain events in the past by using new data that then puts them into an entirely different context for how they […]

Catching Up

by Brett Stevens (May 29th, 2017)
Catching Up

The last year has been a blur of activity for those on the Right. Liberal Democracy and Leftism finally piled enough shackles on the ruins of Western Civilization that it went straight into free-fall. Other than a few obedient cucks, everyone is living an uncertain, Soviet-style existence. Dissent grows. To keep up, we should revisit […]

Anti-Darwinism Is The Basis Of Leftism

by Brett Stevens (May 28th, 2017)
Anti-Darwinism Is The Basis Of Leftism

The links between Leftism, individualism, collectivism and hubris are simple but require a complex understanding of context to make sense of them. Every creature has four basic behaviors known as the “four Fs” — fighting, fleeing, feeding and reproduction — which serve a singular goal, which since Charles Darwin wrote about it, we have described […]

Make Them Pay

by Forrest Fiehr (May 28th, 2017)
Make Them Pay

For a quick theoretical refresher, I would like to point out that leftist groupthink holds sway because each individual believes that everyone else believes leftist groupthink. There are some devout believers, true, but most people profess groupthink because they think the group believes in it. If you remove the illusion of unanimity, you remove the […]

Nationalists Defeat Antifa In Harrison, Arkansas

by Brett Stevens (May 28th, 2017)
Nationalists Defeat Antifa In Harrison, Arkansas

A few months ago, Leftists in Arkansas began forming groups for the purpose of stifling the rising nationalist, traditionalist and anti-communist sentiment in the area. These groups, including the Communist Mountain Home John Brown Gun Club Redneck Revolt and local antifa, planned a demonstration for May 27th in Harrison, Arkansas. Upon hearing of this, nationalists […]

Against Free Speech

by Paul Warkin (May 27th, 2017)
Against Free Speech

What does “free speech” mean?  Like any “human right,” it is only vaguely defined: people should be allowed to say whatever they want, and should not be prevented from doing so.   The definition immediately raises questions.  What about screaming “fire” in a crowded theater?  That has obvious immediate harmful effects, and so everyone is […]

You May Be A Leftist And Not Know It

by Brett Stevens (May 27th, 2017)
You May Be A Leftist And Not Know It

Patriotards, we used to call them. They were people who came just to the cusp of understanding the world outside the comfortable modern bubble, and then backed off. Instead, they went back into the safe space of ideology. Ideology is comforting because it is so much simpler than the world itself. You think in categories […]

Looking Forward To The Dot-Com 3.0 Crash And Recession

by Brett Stevens (May 27th, 2017)
Looking Forward To The Dot-Com 3.0 Crash And Recession

Without strong leadership, humans act as a herd. They constantly look for what is new so that they can participate, and as soon as that becomes clear to them, they rush toward it. Nature however is not binary because it has introduced time. What is new is recognized by a gradually increasing group of people, […]