Donald J. Trump Becomes The 45th President Of The United States

by Brett Stevens (January 20th, 2017)
Donald J. Trump Becomes The 45th President Of The United States

Official White House live cam here: As far as the usual profound “out with the old, in with the new” commentary that you expect from websites today — and remember, consumer expectation defines the product — there is only this to say: the election of Donald J. Trump was a strong rebuke to Leftism and […]

Stepping Out of Simulation

by Maxwell Foret (January 20th, 2017)
Stepping Out of Simulation

The newly built shoddy townhouses start from the low 500s, with convenient public transport to a soul killing office job so you only spend 45 minutes commuting each way. You watch passengers hide their faces in smart phones, a nerdy device named by marketers to flatter people for disconnecting from nature and fearing the intimacy […]

Why Nationalists Should Want A Stable Russia

by Staff Account (January 19th, 2017)
Why Nationalists Should Want A Stable Russia

by Arthur Conrad There has been a long standing warm relationship between a large portion of the alt right and the Russian government headed by president Vladimir Putin. This sentiment has been undoubtedly fueled by what the alt right perceives as more traditional and conservative Russian policies and its staunch opposition to neoconservative wars driven […]

Individualism Spotted In The Wild

by Brett Stevens (January 18th, 2017)
Individualism Spotted In The Wild

Read David Brooks columns is an exercise in coin-flipping because he is either mostly really on and totally insightful, or completely off-base in an educated, half-bottle-of-wine sort of way that is both entertaining and misleading: The early Christians seem to have worshiped the way David did, with ecstatic dancing, communal joy and what Emile Durkheim […]

End Of A Franchise

by Brett Stevens (January 18th, 2017)
End Of A Franchise

It became clear that America had entered the final stage of collapse during Hurricane Katrina. From my car at a stoplight, the crime being perpetrated by refugees from New Orleans was visible and constant. But on the car radio, NPR was announcing that the previously reported crime rate increase was in fact an illusion. Official […]

Modern Existence Radiates Futility

by Brett Stevens (January 18th, 2017)
Modern Existence Radiates Futility

Some wise words from a thrash band reflect why white people are dying out by their own hands: Every day I get more pissed Slit my wrist, slit my wrist I hate to care, I hate relations A pile stacked high of complications Every day I get more pissed Slit my wrist, slit my wrist […]

The Public Versus Private Beliefs On Diversity Of Captain Zuckersperg

by Jonathan Peter Wilkinson (January 17th, 2017)
The Public Versus Private Beliefs On Diversity Of Captain Zuckersperg

It was Kant who introduced us to the philosophical concept of public vs private beliefs. Our public beliefs were what we told other people for the sake of social appearances. Our private beliefs are what we talk about when the kimono gets opened to the detriment of the viewing public. The difference between what a […]

Happy Robert E. Lee Day!

by Brett Stevens (January 16th, 2017)
Happy Robert E. Lee Day!

Having a single thought is easy. Connecting it to others into a chain that reveals something which is both coherent and accurate takes a bit more effort. We should start our thinking with the knowledge that human beings are generally flaky and dishonest. They are not malevolently so, but evil rarely is malevolent so much […]

Jewish Self-Hatred And Anti-Semitism

by Brett Stevens (January 16th, 2017)
Jewish Self-Hatred And Anti-Semitism

In light of the recent doxxing fiasco in which members of the Alt Lite, neo-Nazi fringe and far-Left came together to destroy the life of an internet broadcaster, it is time that we on the Alt Right had a conversation about anti-Semitism and other forms of scapegoating. It is in human nature to scapegoat. We […]

Ersatz World

by Brett Stevens (January 16th, 2017)
Ersatz World

Growing up in the 1980s, we felt a sense of impending doom through a daily ritual of dread: one had to confront the world and interact with it, which was guaranteed to go badly because even when you won, it forced you to interact with it according to its thought processes, and deep in our […]