• Blade Runner 2049: White Slavery

    Counter Currents - Oct 17th 2019 8:47am EDT

    3,496 words Blade Runner 2049 is a deep and interesting film fueled by visual spectacle and cleverly-handled ambiguity. The film’s dialogue is sparse and carefully weighted, and the intricate plot resolves itself fairly satisfactorily (even though the film takes its sweet time getting there). Nonetheless, it fails to live up to its predecessor. It struggles […]

  • The Beautiful Game

    Counter Currents - Oct 17th 2019 5:01am EDT

    983 words Some people think football (soccer) is a matter of life and death. I don’t like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that. — Bill Shankly, former manager of the Liverpool Football Club Sport is tribal. It is a contest between individuals and teams. It evokes instinctive and […]

  • Video of the Day Regenerate Against the Machine

    Counter Currents - Oct 17th 2019 4:55am EDT

    48 words / 18:28 This is the video of Millennial Woes’ talk from the Scandza Forum in Copenhagen last Saturday, in which he discusses the various types of positive and negative narratives that are promoted by social elites in order to either benefit the people they govern — or only to benefit themselves.

  • The New Right: A Review

    Counter Currents - Oct 16th 2019 8:07am EDT

    2,746 words Michael Malice The New Right: A Journey to the Fringe of American Politics New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2019 What do you get when you have an anarchist diaspora Jew from the former Soviet Union who cannot abide the hypocrisy of the Left, but who is really nervous around the Right? Add to […]

  • The Battle of Britain

    Counter Currents - Oct 16th 2019 4:34am EDT

    2,762 words Let me make this very clear, Mr. Sassoli. You have no right to go and speak to the UK Speaker of Parliament, having conversations that are directly interfering in our domestic politics. It exposes your intention to intervene at all levels to stop Brexit. It is immoral. Shame on you! And,, Mr. Barnier […]

  • Four Hundred Years Together: Wilmot Robertson on “The Negroes”

    Counter Currents - Oct 16th 2019 3:44am EDT

    1,519 words The New York Times has undertaken a “1619 Project” designed to place “the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the center of the national narrative.” In other words, more of the same. While the Times presents the usual fairy tales about put-upon yet angelic blacks being oppressed by malevolent […]

  • Woke Capital Stops at China’s Borders

    Counter Currents - Oct 15th 2019 5:47am EDT

    World leaders don Chinese dress at an APEC conference in China in 2014. Other world powers do as the Chinese say, not vice versa. 1,459 words The American public is starting to take notice of corporate submission to China. National Basketball Association (NBA) officials and players issued several effusive apologies to the Chinese government last […]

  • Travis Bickle, American Hero

    Counter Currents - Oct 15th 2019 5:19am EDT

    2,254 words Taxi Driver is the defining film for every bastard child of our times. How many men today can relate to Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro), a fucked up, lonely loser trying to make rent and find love in a disgusting, criminal, and uncaring concrete hive? The guy is nuts, but who could blame […]

  • Video of the Day This is Terrorism: Millennial Woes & Frodi Midjord on the Antifa

    Counter Currents - Oct 15th 2019 4:37am EDT

    101 words / 8:57 The antifa turned up at the Scandza Forum conference that was held in Copenhagen last Saturday and attempted to disrupt the proceedings throughout the day. While the conference went ahead as planned, a number of the attendees were prevented from entering the venue because the antifa blocked the entrance and assaulted […]

  • Remembering Friedrich Nietzsche: October 15, 1844–August 25, 1900

    Counter Currents - Oct 15th 2019 3:43am EDT

    717 words Friedrich Nietzsche was born this day in 1844 in the small town of Röcken, near Leipzig, Saxony, in the Kingdom of Prussia. He died in August 25, 1900, in Weimar, Saxony, in the Second German Reich. The outlines of Nietzsche’s life are readily available online. Nietzsche is one of the most important philosophers […]