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Alt Right Jane: Pride And The Prejudiced

Over at The Chronicle of Higher Education a rather hyper-sensitive blogger seeks to take the Alt Right to task. But not for the usual reasons. You see, this time it has to do with appropriation, no not of internet memes or ...
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Stop Operation Soros—Anti-Globalists Meet In Budapest

On Saturday, March 19th, The Identitarian Student Union (Identitárius Egyetemisták Szövetsége, Identitesz) organized a conference together with Knights Templar International, about the subversive globalist George Soros. AltRight.com was obviously there.
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The Celts and Their Cliffs

Editor’s Note: This was the first place essay from Radix Journal’s 2015 essay contest. Both the Irish and the Gauls believed that their ancestor was the god of the dead and, in the case of the Irish, the afterlife was off ...
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Trump’s Patron Saint

The elementary school tier social studies class connection made between the two leaders is "populism," which because it is so true cannot be condemned for its simplicity. But in a way it is so much more than that. Populism ...
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A World Without Whites: 115 Dead in Ethiopia Rubbish Dump ...

This is some Wall-e tier story from the Dark Continent. Emergency workers in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa searched through a mountain of garbage for the fifth consecutive day on Thursday as the death toll from a landslide at a ...
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The Left wants to use Christianity to police the Alt-Right

Left-wing, Jewish journalist Peter Beinart has a telling piece up at The Atlantic, “Breaking Faith: The culture war over religious morality has faded; in its place is something much worse,” about how the decline of Christianity has lead to an increase in racial identity, especially among ...
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Long Live the King

King is more /ourguy/ than Trump has ever been, but would he be saying these kinds of things without Trump? We can only hope these kinds of statements serve to embolden more of our people, as they see that people ...
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Hatred Day

Before breaking straight into a review of Hatred Day, the first instalment of the Pettibone sisters’ sci-fi/fantasy series centred on a young female protagonist, it is worth dedicating some attention to the authors themselves (T.S. Pettibone being the nom de ...
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How the Alt Right Ruined My Love of Film

As time ripens the mind, wisdom renders a paradigm shift which tarnishes the love and discovery of that younger self which I now experience with a tainted sense of nostalgia. The Alt Right offers intellectual nourishment contextualized by history ...