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A Tale of Two Cities: Flint, Michigan and Prenter, West Virginia

February 23, 2016 in Commentary

The situation in Flint, Michigan is absolutely tragic. It is a story of government incompetence, greed, and the utter failure of politicians and community organizers at the local and national level to address a critical health crisis. For those of you who don’t know, Flint has been poisoning its own people with high levels of lead in their drinking water for over a year.

The city government of Flint had changed the water supply for the town to a far more polluted source and then stopped using a chemical that retarded the leeching of lead by old pipes into the drinking water. The result of both of these failures is pollutants, heavy metals (including lead) and other unsafe elements being introduced to the population of Flint.

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by parrott

Buried Alive: On Montsalvat’s Autopsy of the AltRight

February 21, 2016 in Commentary

Eugene Montsalvat has issued an attack on the “alternative right” masquerading as an autopsy over at the new RightOn site. Declaring the movement dead at this historical moment is preposterous. Speaking as an old believer who actually knows what being in a hopeless and sinking movement feels like, I can say with complete confidence that we’re not in need of an autopsy any time soon. Read the rest of this entry →

by gderic

Traditionalist Worker’s Party and Keystone United Event: A First Person Perspective

February 15, 2016 in Commentary

On February 13th, 2016, the party cadre of the Traditionalist Worker’s Party co-hosted an energetic encounter with the leaders of the community organization, Keystone United, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

This conference was a historical development within the racial advocacy and third positionist movement for one stark reason: the approximately sixty individuals in attendance came from all walks of life, and all were liberated from superfluous contradictions, snobbery, or subcultural hangups. Some wore suits, others preferred bomber jackets. A few speakers had Ph.Ds, but many work with their hands–equally valuable in their insight. Read the rest of this entry →

by parrott

Kyle Bristow Scores Landmark Second Amendment Victory

February 5, 2016 in Commentary

TradYouth continues to take the lead in not only street activism on behalf of our people and their rights, but also in the critical field of lawfare. On behalf of Traditionalist Youth Network, Kyle Bristow, a nationalist attorney who’s well-known in patriotic circles for his novel White Apocalypse and his essay collection The Conscience of a Right-Winger, now available in a convenient compilation, has scored a historic victory for our right to bear arms this week. According to Brad Griffin at Conservative  Headlines, Read the rest of this entry →

by TonyH

The Empire Strikes Out: An Autopsy of Rand Paul’s ‘Liberaltarian’ Revolution

February 2, 2016 in Commentary

Before taking the red pill, I ran in libertarian circles. I, like so many others on the alt right, was a part of the Ron Paul revolution which came to its ignominious conclusion last night. Rand Paul achieved less than 5% of the Iowa caucus vote, and even much of that grudgingly and unenthusiastically, in one of the most precipitous wastes of political capital in living memory. What once threatened to completely overthrow the Republican establishment now struggles to fill its own conference venues.

From presidential nominees like Rand “Detroit Republican” Paul, to think tank groups like the CATO Institute and its endless stream of preachy articles rife with horribly skewed data claiming  “refugees benefit the economy,” down to social media “liberty” groups, there seems to be a politically correct bend to a lot of their messaging.

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