By James Kirkpatrick on 2018-07-15 22:03:00 -0400


It’s not that Main Stream Media journalists support Antifa—MSM journalists ARE Antifa. The alliance between the System’s street enforcers and its Narrative enforcers has become clearer than ever in recent weeks as MSM operatives denounce a new bill—sponsored by four Republican white males—that would impose harsh Federal penalties on the use of masks while undertaking political terrorism. [“Unmasking Antifa” Act Introduced In Congress: 15 Year Sentence For Masked Mayhem, ZeroHedge, July 10, 2018]

With few exceptions, every story about the proposed bill adoringly quotes Antifa organizers and favorably describes their activities. For example:

The Daily Beast’s coverage of the bill lovingly quotes Dartmouth lecturer Mark Bray’s defense of the group. However, this is self-refuting. Bray himself writes in his book Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook:

Our goal should be that in twenty years those who voted for Trump are too uncomfortable to share that fact in public. We may not always be able to change someone’s beliefs, but we sure as hell can make it politically, socially, economically, and sometimes physically costly to articulate them.

[DNC’s Keith Ellison lines up with Antifa terrorists, WND, January 4, 2018]

Thus, by Bray’s own words, it’s not “Nazis” who need to fear masked extremists who feel entitled to take the law into their own hands—it’s half the country.

By John Derbyshire on 2018-07-14 23:39:00 -0400


Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, available exclusively on

Last week I commented on the huge numbers of Sun People moving, or trying to move, into Ice People territories:

All these population flows—blacks and Muslims into Europe, Central and South Americans into the U.S.A.—are from south to north. The barriers going up—or at least, that we are just now seriously thinking and talking about putting up—in Europe and the U.S.A. are barriers against south-north flows.

I went on to point out that it may not much longer be just the white people of Europe and North America—the West Arctics, if you like—that are being invaded. Our East Arctic relations in South Korea are dealing with a batch of illegal aliens from Yemen.

I got a fair-sized email bag on that. Two listeners pointed out a rather glaring omission that I have to confess to: The Southern Hemisphere.

The main Ice People territories down there are Australia, New Zealand, and the white countries of the southern South American "cone”: —Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay.

By Paul Kersey on 2018-07-14 00:02:00 -0400


With apologies to the great Ann Coulter, the 2018 World Cup championship July 13 final is one soccer game that Americans should be watching. For anyone aware of the National Question, the stunning matchup between tiny Croatia and France offers a compelling microcosm of nationalism versus globalism.

Coulter has famously argued that soccer is a sport America should be united in hating. She ended an impressive assault on “the beautiful game” with this final paragraph denouncing the 2014 World Cup:

If more "Americans" are watching soccer today, it's only because of the demographic switch effected by Teddy Kennedy's 1965 immigration law. I promise you: No American whose great-grandfather was born here is watching soccer. One can only hope that, in addition to learning English, these new Americans will drop their soccer fetish with time.

franceCoulter is right—soccer, which John Derbyshire once called “The Longest, Awfullest Game” , is indeed terrible. But at least the shocking consequences of mass Third World immigration for the historic nations of the West, which has also made our own United States unrecognizable in cities across the country, will be on clear on July 15: France—let’s make that “France”— will field a team with only six white Frenchmen out of 23 players:

Indeed, 17 players on France’s 23-man roster at this year’s Cup are the sons of first-generation immigrants. Other successful European squads are also stacked with talent from sons of immigrants or recent migrants themselves, notably Switzerland and Belgium.

That famous French squad that thrust the FIFA trophy into the air in Paris in 1998 was noted for its diversity. The French tricolors, it was said triumphantly at the time went from white, blue and red to “black, blanc, et beur” (black, white, and a term for Arabs of North African descent).

[What France and Belgium’s World Cup success says about European immigration, Washington Post, by Afshin Molavi, July 6, 2018]

It’s difficult to call “France’s” 2018 World Cup team French in any sense.  It is openly celebrated as “Africa’s last team” in the contest, playing exclusively African music on the road to the Final: 

By Nathan Doyle on 2018-07-12 22:19:00 -0400

Not since their universal clamor for the Iraq War has the Main Stream Media been so uninteresting. The Washington Post, The New York Times, and MSNBC have been talking about Oval Office drama, Russian spies, and James Mueller (or is it Robert Comey?) for over a year now, in a seeming attempt to only discuss matters that don’t interest or affect me. Recent additions to the menu have proved even less interesting and impactful: the opinions of rapper Kanye West. Meanwhile, much of the pro-Trump media amounts to little more than uncritical cheerleaders, blindly supporting strikes against Syria or developing comforting conspiracy theories as to why Roy Moore lost the Alabama special election. In between, #NeverTrump Republicans continue prattling on about how President Trump is a travesty, and how the GOP needs to view George W. Bush as its exemplar role model.  

With the liberal elitist legacy media hunkering down, the #NeverTrumpers yelling at the moon, and American Greatness devolving into petty partisans, what are American nationalists to read? (Aside from, of course.) My personal recommendations (in alphabetical order, to ensure fairness):

  • The American Conservative (TAC)

This publication is admittedly uneven, sometimes deviating into criminally orthodox opinion, such as its recent foray into defending the legacy of Christopher Hitchens. [What Would Christopher Hitchens Say?, by David Masciotra, January 10, 2018; and Christopher Hitchens Wouldn’t Be Welcome at The Atlantic Today, by Christian Alejandro Gonzalez, April 18, 2018]. However, TAC’s foreign policy coverage is excellent, particularly that by Daniel Larison (making the defenses of Hitchens even stranger). And most importantly, it has Rod Dreher as a near-constant blogger. Mr. Dreher is often attacked by from the Right for being too Christian, too colorblind, and too anti-Trump, but defining him by those three traits misses many of his virtues. With a foothold in the mainstream, the man openly talks about having read and profited from the classic race realist novel Camp of the Saints,  the societal scourge of pornography, and he regularly attacks anti-white racists—see, for example, The Left’s Anti-White Racism, December 23, 2015; Texas College Op-Ed Calls For Ethnic Cleansing, November 30, 2017; Hating Whitey At Stanford, March 10, 2018.]

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 2018-07-12 16:50:00 -0400
Of President Donald Trump's explosion at Angela Merkel's Germany during the NATO summit, it needs to be said: It is long past time we raised our voices. America pays more for NATO, an alliance created 69 years ago to defend Europe, than do the Europeans. And as Europe free-rides off our defense effort, the EU runs trade surpluses at our expense that exceed $100 billion a year. To Trump, and not o...