White People Live In A Fugue Of Guilt

by Brett Stevens (December 10th, 2016)
White People Live In A Fugue Of Guilt

Not that this should be taken as an endorsement of his actions, but Dylann Storm Roof made a cogent point about white race guilt: Black people are racially aware almost from birth, but White people on average dont [sic] think about race in their daily lives. And this is our problem. We need to and […]

Further Thoughts On The Richard Spencer Speech At TAMU

by Brett Stevens (December 9th, 2016)
Further Thoughts On The Richard Spencer Speech At TAMU

The important thing about the Alt Right is that — contrary to appearances — it shows the right growing up and merging its two threads, opposition to delusional Utopianism on one hand, and its resistance to “modern society” on the other. Few are willing to mention the truth about the West, which is that it […]

How To Get Off Of Mainstream Social Media

by Brett Stevens (December 9th, 2016)
How To Get Off Of Mainstream Social Media

The news from the internet is not good: as ad revenues collapse, social media is becoming more extreme in its desire to present only happy content and drama — just like 1980s daytime television — so that it can attract the herd. Although they think they are geniuses, they do not realize that this will […]

Why The Left Hates Israel

by Brett Stevens (December 9th, 2016)
Why The Left Hates Israel

Leftists hate culture because it competes with Leftism for what gets to be the central goal of civilization. Nowhere can this be seen more clearly than in Soviet treatment of Israel, which parallels how Western Leftists treat white self-interest and Western Civilization: The Soviets soured on Israel for three reasons. First, Israel’s first prime minister, […]

Turnaround For The West

by Brett Stevens (December 8th, 2016)
Turnaround For The West

From the Huntington-was-right department, Patrick J. Buchanan on the revocation of legitimacy for liberal democracy and Leftism seen with the Trump revolution: What we seem to be seeing is a rejection, and a counterreformation against the views and values that came out of the social and political revolutions of the 1960s. …Across the West, establishments […]

Richard Spencer Dominates Leftist Narrative At Texas A&M

by Brett Stevens (December 8th, 2016)
Richard Spencer Dominates Leftist Narrative At Texas A&M

Richard B. Spencer, President and Director of the National Policy Institute, marched into the lion’s den at a college campus in central Texas. His speech to the mostly-student audience may well have shattered the media as, despite the constant whining by mainstream sources, it converted many from “hostile” to “curious,” especially white students. It showed […]

Understanding The Human Ecosystem

by Brett Stevens (December 8th, 2016)
Understanding The Human Ecosystem

Bruce Charlton writes an interesting analysis of the use of so-called “hate facts” and their utility: The systematic and official process of suppressing hate facts began in the middle 1960s (focused on intelligence testing). With the internet, it has never been easier or faster for people to access hate facts – and this outcome was […]

What To Do About Obamacare

by Brett Stevens (December 8th, 2016)
What To Do About Obamacare

The Spectator addresses the ongoing confusion over healthcare in the USA: Democrats are sowing panic, falsely predicting that 20 million will lose coverage. Newly elected Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer claims Trump will “rue the day” Obamacare is repealed. Meanwhile, on Trump’s right flank, House Republicans are pushing Medicare “reform” and taxes on workers’ health […]

Discovering Nihilism

by Brett Stevens (December 7th, 2016)
Discovering Nihilism

Reader-submitted photo. Writing about nihilism presents a problem in that most people equate nihilism with fatalism, or the giving up on any chance to make life saner, better, more pleasurable, or even excellent. Fatalism is in fact the most common human response to life, and consists of both a grudging acceptance of the failures of […]

The Benefit Of Organizations

by Johann Theron (December 7th, 2016)
The Benefit Of Organizations

The enormous benefit of organizations is ignored (full stop). However, globalists get it, so why don’t the rest of us simpletons? Here is an example of organizational benefit as demonstrated by Siemens AG, in Germany. A casual evaluation of the Company’s website reveals that the organization produces engineering equipment and is the biggest of its […]