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Winter 2015–2016—Vol. 15, No. 4

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It’s Christmas time and for the great jaded American majority that means buying all kinds of junk that will probably be little appreciated and soon forgotten. But here’s an idea for the perfect gift for Christmas — a subscription to The Occidental Quarterly. The hardcopy version of the Winter 2015-2016 issue is being sent to subscribers now, and new subscribers will begin with this issue. It should get to recipients before Christmas. The electronic version will be available December 21. This issue contains articles and reviews by many of the usual suspects — Nelson Rosit, Brenton Sanderson, Andrew Joyce, Tom Sunic, and Lawrence Wellborn—and me.

We are living in very exciting times. A major political candidate is saying things that have been kept out of the mainstream for decades by a corrupt elite consensus on immigration and multiculturalism that dominates both the GOP and the Democrats. Suddenly people are waking up to the fact that a very large number of White people are furious about where the US is going.

Donald Trump’s candidacy is a game changer and has a very real possibility of success. In this new climate, millions of White people are realizing that it’s entirely legitimate to oppose immigration and multiculturalism. It’s okay to oppose the idea that every last human has the moral right to immigrate to a Western country, or that all peoples and cultures are equally acceptable as immigrants.

And it’s safe to say that millions of White people are changing what they think. The current zeitgeist depends on top-down control by hostile elites. The vast majority of people develop opinions that are in line with mainstream views, and the mainstream views, from MSNBC and the New York Times to Fox News and National Review, are completely in line with the dispossession of the traditional peoples and culture of America and the West.

 

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