Furthest Right

Outliers (#52)

And so, we complete a full year of Outliers posts, in which you can find links to the best on the Right. Just like any other mainstream commodity, the underground Right is mostly people cheerleading a few basic ideas that they simplify to the point of incoherence. The links below are the alternatives to that, and deserve to rise above it, since if we become philosophically muddled it is axiomatic that a Left-shift will occur, which benefits not just the Alt Lite sources but those Alt Right sources who are simply waiting to parasitically monetize this movement like they would any other. We have seen it before. So: hail the exceptions!

  1. Pirates (Roderick Kaine, Atavisionary)
  2. Korean Missiles And The Messy Middle (Colin Liddell, Alternative Right)
  3. Where Do True Hypotheses Come From? (Bruce Charlton, Bruce Charlton’s Miscellany)
  4. An Existential Challenge (Billy Roper, The Roper Report)
  5. 白左 (Nick Land, Outside In)
  6. Mark Steyn On The Unmentionable Real Issues And Steve Sailer’s “World’s Most Important Graph” (John Derbyshire, VDARE)
  7. Estimating IQ with a Brain Scan (Steve Sailer, The Unz Review)
  8. Free Speech = Racism (Alex Linder, Vanguard News Network)
  9. Richard Spencer Helps To Lead Torchlight Procession In Support Of White Southern History (Marcus Cicero, Occidental Dissent)
  10. The Liberal Need for Exoneration (Chris Roberts, American Renaissance)
  11. In Defense Of Bachelors, Virgins And Autists (Andy Nowicki, Alternative Right)
  12. Orks And Beakers (ZMan, The ZBlog)

  1. The Alt-Right Rallies To Defend White Heritage In Charlottesville (Vincent Law, AltRight)
  2. The Arrogance of False Humility (Ehud Would, Faith And Heritage)
  3. Apprentice episode -Firing Comey (Paul Ramsey, Ramzpaul)
  4. The Weakening Of College Credentials (Matt Briggs, W.M. Briggs)
  5. Reconstruction, Part 3 (Vanishing American II)
  6. The Bad News Is That Good News Will Make You A Malthusian (Nick Land, Outside In)
  7. Pockets of Civilization (Apostaticus Maximus, The Most Hated Blog On The Internet)
  8. You May Say That I’m A Dreamer… (Malcolm Pollack, waka waka waka)
  9. James Comey Put Out To Pasture (Sondjata, Garvey’s Ghost)
  10. The Alien (Laura Wood,
    The Thinking Housewife)
  11. Ongoing Sikh Genocide In India (Genocide Report)
  12. 9 Ideas From Julius Evola’s “Ride The Tiger” That Are Still Valid Today (William Adams, Return Of Kings)

  1. To Say “Stop Raping Me” In English, Press “1” Now (Ann Coulter)
  2. Homo Erectus in America? (Not Politically Correct)
  3. Left-wing Statist UMC White Culture Is Going To Fail (The Cynical Libertarian Society)
  4. The Problem With Conservatives (Mark Moncrieff, Upon Hope)
  5. Defending Southern Heritage Against the Robert E Lee Statue Removal (Red Ice TV)
  6. Nixon And Moynihan On Race And IQ–Know The Truth–Don’t Admit It! (James Fulford, VDARE)
  7. White nationalist Richard Spencer at rally over Confederate statue’s removal (Olivia Laughland, The Guardian)
  8. There’s a big problem with AI: even its creators can’t explain how it works (Will Knight, The MIT Technology Review)
  9. Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice (D.A.R.G., Praefuscus Ferrum)
  10. Court Rules Kentucky Print Shop Has Right to Avoid Making Gay Pride T-shirts (Jacob Gershman, The Wall Street Journal)
  11. Detroit School to Hold ‘Muslim Girls Only’ Prom (Ian Miles Cheong, Heatstreet)
  12. The End Game: Why the West is Lost (The Black Pigeon, Sydney Trads)

  1. White Liberals Keep Lying to Black People (Sondjata, Garvey’s Ghost)
  2. Even Progressive Narratives on TV Shows Are Failing (Unorthodoxy)
  3. The Refugee Rape Gangs Of Sweden (Dawn Perlmutter, Frontpage)
  4. Sweden falls out of love with migrants (Elin Karasin, The Daily Mail)
  5. Robots Aren’t Destroying Enough Jobs (Slashdot)
  6. Ship Of Fools (Malcolm Pollack, waka waka waka)
  7. Bangladesh Deporting “Blasphemous” Heavy Metal Band (Daniel Maarat, Death Metal Underground)
  8. My “Ask Me Anything” on Voat (Kevin MacDonald, The Occidental Observer)
  9. Germany Confiscating Homes to Use for Migrants (Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute)
  10. Taking Back The Town Square (Grace & Steel)
  11. “Unspeakable Rites” And Excruciating Empathy (Andy Nowicki, Alternative Right)
  12. Britain’s “Great History Of Diversity” (The Old Inheritance)

Open Thread

Although few people comment, these linkposts are also open threads for people to ask whatever they want, make suggestions, opine broadly on any (mostly relevant) topic, and converse otherwise. Anything that would not fit in our usual more structured discourse can go here. Hopefully these link posts are useful, like our book reviews and movie reviews, for finding material that is simultaneously enjoyable to consume and informative.

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