• Why The Prisoner Still Matters

    Counter Currents - Mar 21st 2023 11:43am EDT

    5,740 words Having already published two extensive articles on The Prisoner (see here and here), I didn’t expect to ever write about the series again. But times have changed, and so has The Prisoner. Works of art are living things, and their meaning changes over time. This ultimately has little to do with the artist’s […]

  • The Worst Week Yet: March 12-18, 2023

    Counter Currents - Mar 20th 2023 1:10pm EDT

    Nikola “The Joker” Jokić 2,327 words On St. Patrick’s Day, Joe Biden Says He’s “Really Not Irish” Because He’s Not a Drunk and Doesn’t Have Relatives in Jail We all know and love the stories about how President Joe Biden was so racially tolerant as a young’un, he allowed black youths at the swimming pool […]

  • John Morgan: The Impotent Imp Sage

    Counter Currents - Mar 20th 2023 12:52am EDT

    As a published writer on this website, and as its co-founder and Greg Johnson’s former business partner, I have no moral option left except to expose a snake among our midst for what he truly is. John Morgan, whom some on the True Right real Right have referred to as the “Secret King,” (in appropriation […]

  • This Weekend’s Livestream Greg Johnson, Pox Populi, & American Krogan on Machiavellianism & More

    Counter Currents - Mar 17th 2023 7:52pm EDT

    272 words On Saturday, March 18th, Greg Johnson welcomes Pox Populi and American Krogan to Counter-Currents Radio to discuss such Machiavellianism, current events, and of course YOUR QUESTIONS. We recommend looking at Greg Johnson’s “The Machiavellian Method” and “Neema Parvini’s The Populist Delusion” beforehand. The stream will start at 1:00pm Pacific, 4pm Eastern Standard Time, […]

  • The Machiavellian Method

    Counter Currents - Mar 17th 2023 3:30pm EDT

    James Burnham 1,130 words In The Machiavellians: Defenders of Freedom,[1] James Burnham sets forth a Machiavellian method for interpreting political texts. (Methods of interpretation are also known as “hermeneutic” methods.) Burnham distinguishes between the “formal” and the “real” meanings of texts. The formal meaning of a text is “what it explicitly states when taken at […]

  • IQ Is a Phenotype

    Counter Currents - Mar 17th 2023 3:01pm EDT

    1,598 words I have confidence in the Right as the political entity we know today largely because Right-wing extremism has proved to be less insidious, murderous, and destructive than Left-wing extremism. This has been the case for the last 250 years. Nothing can compare to the hideous wake left by the French Revolution, the Bolshevik […]

  • Trevor Lynch’s Classics of Right-Wing Cinema

    Counter Currents - Mar 17th 2023 1:14pm EDT

    You can buy Trevor Lynch’s Classics of Right-Wing Cinema here. 954 words Do you ever find yourself bored on the couch, surfing nearly-identical streaming services or, if you still have it, cable? Do you succumb to watching something you’ve already seen in lieu of trying something new? In an era of content overload, there’s never […]

  • Race and Ethics in John Ford’s Stagecoach

    Counter Currents - Mar 16th 2023 10:48am EDT

    1,664 words Although I was born at a time when Westerns were a central fixture of American pop culture, I never paid them much attention until much later in life when I chanced upon a repeat playing of director John Ford’s epic 1939 film Stagecoach on late-night TV. I’d grown up as a member of […]

  • Dr. Roger Pearson: Doyen of Anglo-American Racial Science

    Counter Currents - Mar 15th 2023 2:48pm EDT

    1,512 words Dr. Roger Pearson — a pioneering scholar and publisher across a wide range of anthropological studies, and a brave champion of racial reality in a world which increasingly denies scientific truth — has died aged 95. Born in England but spending most of his adult life in the United States, Dr. Pearson was […]

  • Collateral Damage: The United Kingdom’s Lockdown Files

    Counter Currents - Mar 15th 2023 10:50am EDT

    Recently-published private correspondence by Matt Hancock, who was the UK’s Secretary of State for Health and Social Care during the Covid lockdowns, reveals that he encouraged the government to “frighten” the public into submission to the measures, and that he found the requirement for travelers to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival “hilarious,” among other […]