Ways and Means

By Lom for Read-Right Ways and Means Recently I was listening to a UK-based online chat show discussing possible tactics to further the cause. There was much talk of getting people from behind their computer screens and taking up the cudgels of street activism. The participants in the show were …

The Great Replacement

By Riley Donovan for the Council of European Canadians The concept of the Great Replacement was coined by Renaud Camus in his 2011 book of the same name, Le Grand Remplacement. Camus, a deeply intellectual and well-read novelist, started to formulate this idea in the 1990s when he noticed that …

Double Standards

By Fenek Solere for Patriotic Alternative The recent sacking of sociology Professor David Miller by Bristol University for “inciting hatred against Jewish students” and allegedly labelling Zionism a “racist, violent imperialist ideology” and calling for it to end “as a functioning ideology of the world”, just shows the limits of …

The Race Question

By Hunter Wallace for Occidental Dissent The Race Question is what places us outside the boundaries of the mainstream. It is what makes us “far right” because we refuse to go along with the stupid taboo that is attached to the issue. Does race exist? Is there racial variation within …

Forging a Nation

By Harmonica for Identity Dixie One of the most important historical realities for the Dissident Right to understand is that nations are made by outside pressure. What I mean by this is that a proto-nation is formed when a group of people, who may very well fight against each other, …

March for Life and Family

By Agnieszka Golanska-Bault for the Visegrad Post Poland – On Sunday, 19 September, the streets of Warsaw’s historic centre were filled with those taking part in the March for Life and Family. This was the event’s sixteenth consecutive year. Last year, such marches took place simultaneously in 140 Polish cities, …

Dissolving Identity

By Tobias Langdon for the Occidental Observer Emma Raducanu, the female winner of the 2021 US Tennis Open, is half-Romanian and half-Chinese. She was born in Canada and raised in London. She’s definitely a fine athlete, a skilful tennis-player, and an attractive and charming young woman. But here’s something she …