Author Archives: Kevin MacDonald

The Roman Variant of Indo-European Social Organization: Militarization, Aristocratic Government, and Openness to Conquered Peoples. Part 1

A Critical History of Early Rome:  From Prehistory to the First Punic War Gary Forsythe Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005  Gary Forsythe, associate professor of history at Texas Tech University, has written a critical history of the early Roman republic — critical in the sense that he casts grave doubts about a considerable amount […]

Trump can’t lose White working class voters with a bad AHCA

It’s no secret that the Alt Right supported Donald Trump in the election — indeed, we were the only recognizable intellectual perspective to endorse him. What we liked about him — and continue to like about him — are, first and foremost, his attitudes on immigration, but also his America First economic nationalism and his foreign policy pronouncements […]

Rep. Steve King gets shamelessly racist — or not

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) caused a major liberal media meltdown by tweeting positively about anti-Islamic Dutch politician Geert Wilders and repeating his comments in an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, “We Can’t Restore Our Civilization With Somebody Else’s Babies.” Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s […]

Moralism and Moral Arguments in the War for Western Survival, Part 3

Part 1 Part 2 Is It Possible to Develop a Specifically Moral Argument for the White Past of Conquest and Slavery? A second message is that in order to appeal to a wide range of Whites, we have to fashion an underlying moral message or at least have good rejoinders to the moral arguments of […]

Moralism and Moral Arguments in the War for Western Survival, Part 2

Part 1. Moral Indictments of the West as Characteristic of Jewish Intellectual Movements Here I want to stress one aspect of my book The Culture of Critique. It’s no accident then that all of the intellectual and political movements discussed in the Culture of Critique were moral indictments if the West. These Jewish intellectuals understood […]

Moralism and Moral Arguments in the War for Western Survival, Part 1

Obviously President Obama was a horrific president in pretty much every possible way. His domestic policies in particular have been anathema to the Alt Right — he would, after all, have loved to sign an immigration amnesty/surge bill into law. Nevertheless, couple of things he said in his farewell address made a lot of sense, […]