Category Archives: Featured Articles

The Cuckservative Phenomenon

The cuckservative meme is suddenly everywhere. It’s brash, it’s witty, and it’s often embedded in visually appealing graphics — a new art form really (see collection here). It’s effective partly because its messages are short and simple. The SPLC, NYTimes, ADL et al. have been using this strategy for decades. Terms like “White supremacist,” “racist,” […]

The Indoctrination Game, Part 2: Jewish media influence as decisive in creating a positive public culture of homosexuality

Graham Moore wins an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay Part 1 The recent Jewish sanctification of Alan Turing as noble gay victim and Nazi nemesis is the photographic negative of pre-and post-World War II Jewish efforts to smear Hitler and his National Socialist comrades as “sexual perverts.” For decades the supposedly sordid sex lives of […]

Moderate Extremism: Fantasy and Reality in Modern British Politics

Let’s play “Spot the Difference.” Here are some beliefs held by dangerous Islamist extremists: ∙ Islam is the one true faith and should tolerate no competition or criticism. ∙ Muslims who abandon their faith should be executed. ∙ Anyone who insults the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) should be executed. ∙ Homosexuality is an abomination and homosexuals […]

David Cameron takes on “non-violent extremists”

In a long career filled with achievement, historian David Irving has a new feather in his cap — as a poster boy for the British government’s new campaign against extremism. It is an accolade he shares with internet executioner ‘Jihadi John’. Prime Minister David Cameron bizarrely chose to single out the revisionist historian as an […]

The logic of capitalism; the unemployed and the superfluous

Translated from the French by Tom Sunic Below is the interview A. de Benoist gave recently to Boulevard Voltaire. Q: Despite repeated promises of politicians, both from the right and the left, nothing seems to be stopping the rise in unemployment. Is it something inevitable? A: Officially, there are 3.5 million unemployed in France, which […]

The Indoctrination Game, Part 1: Constructing Alan Turing as Jewish Proxy

The Imitation Game is a 2014 historical thriller film based on the biography Alan Turing: The Enigma by the mathematician and gay rights activist Andrew Hodges. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the British cryptanalyst Alan Turing, who, working with a team of experts at the country estate Bletchley Park, devises a machine that, after much […]

Paul Krugman on the glorious coming demise of White political power

In this 2014 interview (beginning ~6:00) Paul Krugman, commenting on the “craziness” of American politics, says (more or less verbatim): A lot of the craziness comes from cultural/ethnic issues—rural White Americans who feel they are losing their country, and they are right. They are losing their country. In the end, the power they now have […]

How the Muslims got a “holocaust” of their own

Reconciliation is a two-way street but the Bosnian Muslims don’t seem to agree — they nearly tore the Serbian prime minister apart at the weekend when he attempted to pay his respects to those killed in Srebrenica in the civil war. But there is always an upside, and the Srebernica massacre is paying dividends for Europe’s […]

The Surveillance Society and Freedom-Curbing Legislation are nothing new…

The God Hermes slaying the hundred-eyed monster Argus (figure on vase, c. 5th B.C.) Translated from the French by Tom Sunic Q: Radar on the roads, security cameras at every street corner. One gets a big impression of being constantly under surveillance.  With the recently adopted law on intelligence gathering, how far can these freedom curbing […]

Not One of Us: Asne Seierstad’s book on Anders Breivik

A Brief Review of: Asne Seierstad, One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway, Translated by Sahar Death (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015). I recently finished reading One of Us, a book on Anders Breivik by the well-known Norwegian journalist and author Asne Seierstad. The book was published […]

Churchill — When Britain Said No

When it comes to stirring oratory, few speeches have the power to quicken the pulse like Winston Churchill’s “We shall fight on the beaches…”  from  June, 1940. Generations of British schoolchildren have learned how that voice, crackling over the airwaves, helped galvanise the nation to new heights of endurance in the struggle against an all-powerful […]

The SS Empire Windrush: The Jewish Origins of Multicultural Britain

‘Will you find out who is responsible for this extraordinary action?’ Oliver Stanley, M.P., June 1948. The SS Empire Windrush holds a special place of infamy in the minds of British Nationalists. When the ship arrived at Tilbury docks from Jamaica in June 1948, carrying 417 Black immigrants, it represented more than just a turning […]

How it could happen: The candidacy of Donald Trump

We all rack our brains every day trying how to break through in a system that is completely stacked against us. How could it happen—a political movement that would ignite the imaginations of White America, depose the corrupt donor class in the Republican Party, and begin to really take the country back? Right now, doing so is […]

Liberal Cognitive Dissonance on South Africa

A peculiar thing happened while my liberal sister and I were driving near a Black area of Johannesburg on our way back to Pretoria from RO Tambo International airport — Anne expressed a palpable fear of being in proximity to the very people she’d championed less than two decades earlier. My sister had not been back to […]

Church Burning and Jewish Settlers in Israel

  Israel’s unfair treatment of Christians continues. At the end of June, Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) arrested Greek Orthodox Bishop Atallah Hanna during his peaceful participation in a march protesting the illegal seizure and subsequent sale of Beit al-Baraka hospital, which is part of al-Baraka church, north of Hebron. A few days ago Palestine News […]

Repentance has no place in politics

Translated from the French by Tom Sunic Below is the interview Alain de Benoist gave recently to Boulevard Voltaire **** Q. Shortly before his death, François Mitterrand said those definitive words to the perplexed Jean-Pierre Elkabbach: “France does not need to apologize.” Mitterand spoke of those famed “darkest hours in our history.” Today, however, “repentance” […]

Jenji Kohan and the Jewish Hyper-Sexualization of Western Culture

  As detailed in The Culture of Critique, Freud and his followers regarded anti-Semitism was a universal pathology which had its roots in sexual repression. The theoretical basis for this can be found in Freud’s Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality where he linked aggression to the frustration of human drives — especially the […]

RADIX II: The Great Purge

The Great Purge: The Deformation of the Conservative Movement Edited by Paul E. Gottfried and Richard B. Spencer $24.00 There has been a long gap between the first copy of Radix Journal and the second one, which has recently appeared in print a good three years later. Compared to its predecessor, which clocked in at […]

How to Win Power and Riches by Betraying Your Own

After a crowded jet-liner was deliberately crashed in the Alps earlier this year, many journalists talked about the need for psychological screening of pilots. It’s a good suggestion. But if we screen the pilots of planes, why don’t we screen the pilots of nations? Why aren’t aspiring politicians tested for dangerous traits like narcissism and […]

Eugenics and the Age of the Demon

‘Everything is done to encourage the mad increase in number and that constant loss in quality. Everything is done to keep the sickly, the cripple, the freaks of nature, the unfit to work and unfit to live, from dying.’         Savitri Devi, The Lightning and the Sun There are many glaring ways […]

Corneliu Codreanu’s The Prison Notes Republished

The Swedish publisher Logik Förlag has recently provided a republication of the English edition of Corneliu Zelea Codreanu’s  The Prison Notes (Amazon; Logik Förlag). The first English edition came out in 2011 and was done by Reconquista Press, although copies eventually sold out, thus making the book unavailable for the last couple of years or so, until […]

The Leaven of the Pharisees: The Judeo as Cuckoo

This previously unpublished essay will appear in my collection Green Nazis in Space! which Counter-Currents will be publishing in September.  Unlike the other essays therein, which look at popular culture from a Traditionalist and White Nationalist perspective, this essay takes a more general look at Judaic culture-distortion, and suggests that its roots may be deeper, and its […]

On Dylann Roof’s “Manifesto”

Before Dylann Roof set out to commit the shooting at the Emanuel A.M.E. Church, he set up a very simple web-site called LastRhodesian.com and posted there a manifesto that referred to his intended actions. I think that it is worthwhile to examine Roof’s manifesto for some clues about how he ended up doing what he […]

A Review of “The Devil That Never Dies” by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Part 3

  Part 1 Part 2 Jews and Communism Goldhagen angrily declares that any claim that Jews “were responsible for the Russian Revolution and its predations” is a “calumny” and that: “If you associate Jews with communism, or worse, hold communism to be a Jewish invention and weapon, every time the theme, let alone the threat, […]

A Review of “The Devil That Never Dies” by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Part 2

Part 1 “Antisemitism” as “The Real Devil that Christianity Spawned” Rather than hostility toward Jews having its origins in group competition for resources, Goldhagen contends that “antisemitism” is “the real devil that Christianity spawned.”[1] He conveniently ignores the fact that antipathy to Jews was widespread throughout the pre-Christian civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome, and […]

Charleston, cognitive psychology, and media influence

It’s worth thinking about some basic psychology in relation to the Charleston events. Cognitive psychologists study heuristics that people use to make judgments about  the likelihood of events that are complexly determined — things like airplane crashes or shark attacks. A heuristic relevant to Charleston is the availability heuristic, where people make judgments and form attitudes based […]

A Review of “The Devil That Never Dies” by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Part 1

Daniel Jonah Goldhagen is best known for his 1996 book Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust. Despite its flawed historiography, this polemical work attracted enormous media attention and established his reputation as a putative authority on “anti-Semitism” and the “Holocaust.” He was soon given a regular platform to peddle his extreme brand of […]

‘Get that White!’: A Gaze into a Coming Nightmare of Non-Prosecution of Hate Crimes Against Whites

It started off like any average ‘First Friday’ in Florence, Alabama. It ended with a glimpse into the racial nightmare that awaits the European peoples in the coming racial apocalypse. Earlier this month, the Dawes family participated in the familiar civic event before starting to make their way home as evening descended. A group of […]

Can the Ossis save Europe? Part 3 of 3

Part 1 Part 2 Putin’s Russia: Imperfect Allies It would be wrong to either idealize or demonize the government of President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation. He is neither as sound as White Nationalists would like nor as devilish as many mainstream democrats assert. But Russia has one great, indeed unique, virtue. Gregory Hood […]

Can the Ossis Save Europe? Part 2 of 3

Part 1. Contemporary Central Europe: Towards Decadence and Decline The ruling establishments in Central Europe today — by which I here mean Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, the Baltic states and the Balkan countries — are for the most part not an impressive lot. There is little original or interesting about them. Their only […]

Can the Ossis save Europe? Part 1 of 3

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán tells the European Parliament: “We Hungarians would like to keep Europe for the Europeans, and we also wish to keep Hungary as a Hungarian country.” Today, over 25 years after the destruction of the Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain which split Europe asunder, profound social and cultural differences persist […]

Jews, Communists and Genocidal Hate in “Whiteness Studies”

“Make no mistake about it: we intend to keep bashing the dead white males, and the live ones, and the females too, until the social construct known as ‘the white race’ is destroyed—not ‘deconstructed’ but destroyed Race Traitor As a general rule, you can be fairly certain that any academic discipline that contains the word […]

The Jewish hidden hand behind Muslim ethnic antagonism in the UK

You could fill the pages of TOO with examples of hostile Jewish strategies designed to advance the cause of White dispossession, but here are two case studies from the UK which are particularly instructive. One involves an organisation which has been exposed for false or exaggerated claims about White violence towards Muslims. The second involves […]

Groupthink in Sweden

Sweden has become something of a paradigm of what’s wrong with the West, but one doesn’t expect light to be shed on the subject in an article on the false confessions of a Swedish man. However, this article has an interesting observation. The basic facts: Sture Bergwall … confessed to 30 killings in the 1970s and 80s […]

Friends of Israel: Old and New Patterns in British Politics

Two interesting patterns became apparent after the recent general election in Britain. One of them has been extensively discussed in the mainstream media. The other hasn’t been discussed at all. Why not? Because it involves Britain’s most powerful ethnic group and that group intends to maintain its stranglehold on British politics. Power that can’t be […]

Excerpt from “My journey to race realism”: Reformers’ search to close “the gap”

The following is the second of two excerpts from an article, “My journey to race realism,” to appear in the Summer issue of The Occidental Quarterly. Prof. Ray Wolters is Thomas Muncy Keith Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Delaware. First Excerpt: The Burden of Brown Before 2010, I was aware of evolutionary biology and evolutionary psychology.  […]

Excerpt from “My Journey to Race Realism”: The Burden of Brown

The following is the first of two excerpts from an article, “My journey to race realism,” to appear in the Summer issue of The Occidental Quarterly. Prof. Ray Wolters is Thomas Muncy Keith Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Delaware. In the 1960s and 1970s I forged through the academic ranks.  My dissertation received favorable notice […]

The Use and Abuse of the Anti-Terrorism Act

This article appears also in The Occidental Quarterly 15, no.1 (Spring, 2015), 3–14. It is a formidable challenge to criticize anti-terrorism measures without seeming callous, naïve, or cynical.  On the one hand, the use of indiscriminate violence to achieve political or religious aims should be condemned and the victims of such acts treated with compassion.  On the […]

Big Mother and the Therapeutic State

‘Pantagruel  with his father Gargantua and mother Gargamelle” (watercolor); by Gustave Doré (1832–1883) Translated from the French by Tom Sunic. Below is the interview Alain de Benoist gave recently to Boulevard Voltaire. ****** Q: “Eat your five servings of fruit and vegetables every day!”; “Do some sport!”; “Quit Smoking!”; “Drink one glass, but not two!”; […]

Greville Janner update

The Lord Greville Janner affair shows no signs of winding down despite the best efforts by the authorities to kick it into the long grass. Each week brings new revelations about the former President of the British Board of Jewish Deputies, who is suspected of at least 22 cases of child sexual abuse. Up until […]

The History of the League of Empire Loyalists and Candour

The History of the League of Empire Loyalists and Candour by Hugh McNeile and Rob Black Published by the A.K. Chesterton Trust; 150 pages One of the most remarkable aspects of the collapse of the British Empire was the relative lack of people who seemed to care about it. Resistance to the process was extremely muted, […]

The Culture of Critique in France: A review of Anne Kling’s books on Jewish influence, Part 5

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 “The Right to Difference”: Balkanizing France Just as Jews in the U.S. have a leading role — in Hollywood and pop culture generally — in defining what is “American,” so have French Jews pushed to redefine Frenchness away from an ethnic or even an assimilationist definition, towards […]

The Culture of Critique in France: A review of Anne Kling’s books on Jewish influence, Part 4

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 “At the Heart of Debates” on Censorship The CRIF and the LICRA have assumed a leading role in undermining free speech in France. As then-CRIF President Richard Prasquier said in February 2010: The Jews are at the heart of debates where limits on free expression are asked … . […]

The Culture of Critique in France: A review of Anne Kling’s books on Jewish influence, Part 3

Part 1 Part 2 Communists and Collaborators: The Dark Origins of Franco-Jewish Ethnic Lobbies The LICRA and the CRIF, and their ancestor organizations, have been influencing French political life since before the Second World War. The LICRA, originally called the League Against Pogroms, was founded in 1927 by the Communist Jew Bernard Lecache, an early […]

The Culture of Critique in France: A review of Anne Kling’s books on Jewish influence, Part 2

Part 1. What are the LICRA and the CRIF? The CRIF is an explicit Jewish ethnic lobby made up of organizations officially representing 100,000 Jews (one in six French Jews or 0.1% of the French population). Esther Benbass, a Franco-Turko-Israeli historian and member of the pro-Palestinian Greens, has said of the CRIF: What is the […]

The Culture of Critique in France: A review of Anne Kling’s books on Jewish influence, Part 1

Anne Kling, La France LICRAtisée: Enquête au pays de la Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l’Antisémitisme Paris: Mithra, 2007 (first published by Déterna, 2006) Anne Kling, Le CRIF: Un lobby au cœur de la République Paris: Mithra, 2010 and 2013 High quality critical study of elite Jewish communities, and their ethnic activism and biases, […]

What to Read, Part 4: Hero and Heretic vs. the System — from Literature to Politics

Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. One must make an additional distinction, this time between the mythical heroes in Western literary heritage and the real heroes or heroes hopeful in Western political life. Thousands of mythical heroes, including Achilles or Hector, fighting alongside the walls of Troy, or better yet, the demigod heroes such as […]

What to Read, Part 3: Hero and Heretic vs. the System — from Literature to Politics

The article below is based on the speech given at the “London Forum,” London UK, May 16, 2015). The nouns ‘hero’ and ‘heretic’ are used as frequent figures of speech in daily communication. Every day, almost every minute of our time, either consciously or subconsciously, we refer to the notion of hero and heretic, albeit […]

Jews Continue Pressure for Internet Censorship

Back in March TOO came under sustained cyber-attack from the enemies of our people. This vital resource for truth was brought to a stand-still by a large number of bogus service requests, with Kevin MacDonald noting that one IP address in Israel “attempted to access the site 13,125 times within the span of three days.” Our […]

Interview with Jack Sen, Part 4 of 4

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 You are quite familiar with the situation in South Africa. How would you describe it now, and how do you see it in 10–20 years? Given the conditions in South Africa, should White South Africans be allowed to immigrate to countries like the UK and the Netherlands where their […]