The Faith of Heretics

By Fullmoon Ancestry for Counter Currents Many people today would describe themselves as being more spiritual than religious. Despite being baptized in two Christian churches, I consider myself a spiritual person of folkish, ancestral faith. Regardless of religion, ethnic nationalists and white advocates stand in opposition to the all-encompassing theocracy …

The End of American Empire

By Ferdinand Bardamu for the Occidental Observer From Republic to Empire America began life not as a democracy, but as an “aristocratic” republic. Under this model of elite governance, also known as federalism, civic participation was restricted to propertied White males. The basis for this particular exclusion was traditional English …

Incompatible Beliefs

By Hunter Wallace for Occidental Dissent I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my ideals. In my ideal world, we would have a strong state and a competent government that would deliver collective goods like a fair economy, public health, a clean environment and secure national borders. More than anything …

Babylon

By Bradford Hanson for National Vanguard IN AMERICA, the public is given zero information on the “Weimar Republic,” the period in Germany post-WWI that led to the rise of the National Socialists in 1933. This is deliberate. The period holds too many secrets to the modern world. This thread will …

The Cultural Pendulum

By Semmelweis for the American Sun “Politics is downstream from culture” Andrew Breitbart famously said, before they killed him. He was just ripping off seminal leftist thinker Antonio Gramsci, but the observation nonetheless remains true. Culture isn’t just a noun after all, but also a verb—to culture something or someone …

Controlling the EU

By Marco Respinti for IFAM News On February 25, I asked in an article whether the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) depends on George Soros. The article relied on a devastating report by the European Center for Law & Justice (ECLJ) in Strasbourg entitled Les ONG et les juges de la CEDH, 2009-2019 [“NGOs and …