History/Culture

On White Nationalism, White Supremacy, and Genocide

Some clarification on "White Nationalism", "White Supremacy", and their relationship (or rather the lack thereof) to non-white genocide: First off, being a White nationalist simply entails placing a premium on the interests of White people (other things equal) owing to a closer feeling of kinship with them. For instance, an ethnic western European White person… Continue reading On White Nationalism, White Supremacy, and Genocide

History/Culture

White Nationalism Threatens The State

Originally published at AltRight.com as "White Identity Threatens The Existence of the State" Being a White nationalist, or a White advocate, or a White person who doesn’t want to suicide himself or his civilization, is something like being a Muslim or a Jew in 16th Century Christendom. It means holding beliefs that the state considers a… Continue reading White Nationalism Threatens The State

History/Culture, Politics/Economics

The Cost Of Black and Hispanic America

Originally Published at Vox Popoli as "The Cost Of Black America" If you are a white American, over the course of your lifetime the federal government will, on average and on your behalf, transfer $384,109 of your wealth and income to a single black individual. According to the data derived from the 2014 federal budget,… Continue reading The Cost Of Black and Hispanic America

Current Events, Politics/Economics

Historical Amnesia at Charlottesville

Everyone is aware that neo-Nazis were in Charlottesville earlier this month to protest the removal of a Confederate sculpture. Also among the ranks of protesters were members of the Alt-Right. Though it is commonly believed to be the case, the terms Nazi and Alt-right are not synonymous. The Alt-Right is multifaceted, just like any other… Continue reading Historical Amnesia at Charlottesville

History/Culture

In Defense Of Libertarian Nationalism

The terms nationalism and nation have several, sometimes mutually exclusive, connotations in the United States. For some Americans, nationalism is about waving flags, reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools, singing the Star Spangled Banner at sporting events, shooting off fireworks on the Fourth of July, and acknowledging one’s existence as a citizen of… Continue reading In Defense Of Libertarian Nationalism