Ohio Deserves Terrorism Because It’s Racist

Slate’s Will Oremus spent an extensive amount of time with Columbus, Ohio’s Somali invader community while working on his master’s thesis a few years ago. It was an eye-opening experience. Among his many enriching discoveries, he discovered that the people of Ohio are responsible for last week’s carnage because they aren’t giving them nearly enough programs, money, hugs, and birthday party invitations.

He declares that “It’s Wrong to Blame Somali-Americans for the Ohio State Attack.” He would rather blame the victims. As a Hoosier, I’m fond of reflexively blaming Buckeyes for things, but this a bit much. Continue reading


Against Eurasianist Anti-Nationalism

Prof. Alexander Dugin’s Fourth Political Theory (4pt) presents a flawed historiography, one which incorrectly dismisses the 20th century’s fascist movements as both decadent and derelict, a refuted and obsolete “political theory” which history has moved beyond in its inexorable march toward his fourth (and final?) “political theory.” A problem has emerged for his model only a couple years after its publication, the global re-emergence of a tide of nationalism and third position which, by all popular accounts, should be an anachronism.

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What Is “Gender Politics” and Who Are “Women Everywhere?”

In truth, there is no such thing as sexual politics. Even the New York Times has recently been forced to confess this. The iron law of the friend-enemy distinction precludes any such thing as sex politics or “gender politics,” for the simple reason that it is impossible to kill all the men on earth or all the women on earth. To even picture such a thing is nothing but a sick masturbatory fantasy, which is in fact what any “gender politics” really is.

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Why Derek Black Left White Nationalism

Derek Black is very explicit about why he left White Nationalism. He caved in to social pressure.

Several years ago, I began attending a liberal college where my presence prompted huge controversy. Through many talks with devoted and diverse people there — people who chose to invite me into their dorms and conversations rather than ostracize me — I began to realize the damage I had done. Ever since, I have been trying to make up for it.

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Hail Victory? Hell Yes!

Richard Spencer’s NPI event went off with a bang this weekend, and I wish to congratulate him and his organization on a very inspiring and successful nationalist event. It featured everything one could hope for in a nationalist event. It included successful street confrontations with the enemy courtesy of Emily Youcis, strong attendance with a lively and inspired atmosphere, pragmatic talk about future directions, and plenty of media bait to raise awareness of our growing cause.

Spencer and I have had our differences in the past. We still have our differences. But at the end of the day, we’re fighting a broadly similar struggle against similar enemies. Spencer deserves credit for pulling off a successful nationalist event in the heart of the beast. He also deserves support against a chorus of critics who are second-guessing the controversial conclusion of his conference. Mr. Spencer ended his talk with “Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!” to which a solid contingent of NPI attendees gave strong and proud Roman Salutes.

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