Entries by Matt Parrott

Mugabe and the White African

Greg Johnson and Alex Kurtagic have been discussing a familiar witticism: worse is better. Axiomatically, reducing a concept down to three simple words necessarily strips it of nuance. Worse isn’t always better, but is it necessarily always worse? As Alex points out, we have to be capable of providing an alternative to the system for that […]

Review of Confessions of a Reluctant Hater

Greg Johnson is a radical, an elitist, perhaps even a dreaded “vanguardist”. He doesn’t waste what little patience he has on the myriad schemes concocted by White Advocates to compromise our goals, water down our message, or conceal our agenda. His debut book, Confessions of a Reluctant Hater, is ostensibly “some of [his] more introductory and […]

Superman Shrugged

The recent release of a film adaptation of Atlas Shrugged has brought Ayn Rand’s fantasy of the world’s supermen abdicating from the role of stewards and leaders to a much wider audience. Within her frame, these men are noble and their decision to retreat into “Galt’s gulch” is an honorable response to the indignity and […]

Tea is for Tribe: It’s About Race, Stupid!

Back when only the founding population had suffrage, the opposing political factions were often organized around alternative philosophies of government. Even then, ideologies were often stalking horses for individual, regional, occupational, or denominational agendas. Within the past century, both these sincere ideological differences and parochial interests have been overshadowed by a new force in American […]

Imperial Jews and International Jews

Michael Colhaze’s recent Wikileaks Leaks article highlighted a growing rift within the global Jewish community, with the “Heebies” and “Izzies” increasingly at odds over strategies, tactics, and even goals. Shortly after that post was published, the Egyptian protests have blown that rift wide open, making it more apparent than ever. This dichotomy between Diaspora Jews […]

Deja Vu All Over Again: AmRen 2011 Under Attack

Several local papers are reporting today that the original hotel that American Renaissance scheduled for American Renaissance’s 2011 Conference has been pressured into canceling the reservation. The Charlotte Observer reports… On Wednesday, American Renaissance magazine said plans for its annual conference are now in limbo because the hotel where it was scheduled to take place canceled […]

The Tucson Shootings: Imagining Things

Crazy people happen. It’s a statistical inevitability. If there is one thing that probably transcends racial, political, and economic factors, it’s craziness. For all the attempts by the mainstream media to frame White males, especially right-leaning White males, as having a monopoly on mania, it’s pretty much an equal opportunity affliction. Remember the media jumping […]