French Lessons

  By Warren Balogh for the National Justice Party Politico reports that National Rally (aka the National Front) gained “an elevenfold increase to 89 seats that gives the party unprecedented power in the incoming National Assembly” in the French elections earlier this week.   National Rally’s breakthrough from eight seats …

Facts on the Ground

 By Hamilton T. Burger for Counter Currents The Great Invasion entails allowing enough non-whites into white territories to enable a successful contest for power by the non-whites (and anti-whites). Everywhere the Great Replacement is taking place, this is the strategic ethnopolitical result that is sought. The physical occupation of territory …

Hungary First

 By Olivier Bault for the Visegrad Post Explaining the reasons why his country cannot accept an embargo on Russian oil, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said: “It is not a question of lack of political will, it is not a question of intention, it is not a question of duration, …

They Died for Nothing

 By Padraig Martin for Identity Dixie This Memorial Day, families throughout the United States will celebrate the unofficial opening of summer.  Televisions and radio advertisements will gleefully promote a variety of Memorial Day related sales.  Pools will reopen in formerly colder climates.  Americans will gorge on hot dogs, hamburgers, and …

85 Days in Slavyansk

 By Sam Dexter for the American Sun The Current Thing is the war in Ukraine. Maybe not the most current thing pending Roe v. Wade, but the full force of propaganda is an ongoing pressure campaign. One of the features of this propaganda campaign is that nothing happened in Ukraine …

Review: ‘Post’

 By Sam Dexter for the American Sun What is it to be American? What is America? America did not have such a hard time envisioning this a generation ago. In the wreckage of legislation and the machinations of big actors, we deal with these questions daily. Start a publishing house …