Are the Del Rio Haitians the Forerunners of the Coming African Inundation? by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Here is a letter to a Minnesota newspaper where a reader responds to arguments for population growth similar to those made in The Corbett Report. He states, "[w]e don't need more people on the planet, we need to change the economic system."

Counterpoint: In truth, overpopulation is blighting human lives. (Star Tribune)

Rather than insisting that humanity must pursue unlimited consumption on a finite planet, we need the world's finest economic minds to determine how capitalism can be modified to function at steady state, while keeping the benefits of free market dynamics. Innovation can, in principle, continue indefinitely; expanding material consumption cannot.

Economic systems are human creations and thus can be changed, while the fundamental physical, chemical and biological characteristics of the Earth cannot.

Cowen laments the potential "failure to take full advantage of the planet's capacity to sustain human life." However, multiple analyses have concluded that the human population has likely exceeded the sustainable carrying capacity of planet Earth already and, without doubt, all of today's world population cannot live as North Americans and Europeans live — there are simply not enough resources. [Cont...]

The entire article is worth reading.

Are the Del Rio Haitians the Forerunners of the Coming African Inundation? by Jacinda in debatealtright

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I'll listen to the podcast but people who refuse to see humans as one organism amongst many, and don't understand basic ideas such as entropy, ecological footprint, geometric growth, and overshoot are not really serious.

Throw in the change in international relationships that the demographic change will bring about and we absolutely have a problem.

I don't know where you live but it is obvious that the quality of life is vastly improved when there are less people rather than more. For example California was by all accounts a great place to live in the early 1960s when the population was only sixteen million people.

Takimag:

How high of a standard of living did young baby boomers enjoy, especially those of us fortunate to grow up on the then lightly populated West Coast? That question kept coming to mind while reading the acclaimed 2015 memoir of a youth spent at the beach in California and Hawaii, Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life, by William Finnegan, now a veteran war correspondent for The New Yorker.

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Before overpopulation, women’s lib, and immigration, America, especially California, had needed its young men, and would therefore put up with a lot from them. Finnegan recounts his occasional worries that his obsession with surfing might be interfering with finishing his degree at a free University of California campus and starting a white-collar career, but decent-paying blue-collar jobs were no problem for a strong young man to find back then [Cont...]

Has adding another twenty-four million really improved things? What happens when the population doubles again?

Rather than creating a mass society with an implicit goal of having the entire planet resemble the San Fernando Vally I would prefer that we concentrate on improving the quality of our citizenry. The population of Athens was possibly 150,000 people when Plato was alive yet it managed produce far greater artists and philosophers than our vaunted megatropolises do today.

Fifty documentaries about finance, economics and our current monetary system. Feel free to reccomend or critique for a DAR perspective. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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I posted Princes of the Yen to the sub earlier:

It's an excellent documentary about the power of the central banks to make of destroy economies and the struggle that occurred to open Japan to internatational finance.

Fifty documentaries about finance, economics, and problems with our current system (Links in comments) by Jacinda in Documentaries

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Princes of the Yen (2014) is an excellent account of the power of central banks to make or break national economies. It looks at how the Japanese economy which put its citizens first was hijacked by international capital after the reserve bank deliberately fomented a crisis to enable a takeover to occur

I am posting here as it shows how a country run on nationalist principles can be highly successful even if it generates little of interest to the investor class which will then conspire to wreck an economy in order that they benefit.

As such it forms an important counter example to the incessant propaganda pumped out of Wall Street, the MSM, and the economics lessons taught in classrooms around the world.

Based on a book by Richard Werner the documentary is more relevant than ever given tne QE following the COVID epidemic and the consolidation of financial power that will inevitably result.

Official movie website:

Myth of the 20th Century recently did a podcast discussing the book. You can listen to it here.

Google search will turn up many more links to articles as well as interviews by Richard Werner.

Louis Theroux: Shooting Joe Exotic (2021) - Louis Theroux provides an update on the self appointed Tiger King BBC2 [01:30:00] by Jacinda in Documentaries

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SS: From the associated Wikipedia page.

Wikipedia:

Louis Theroux: Shooting Joe Exotic is a British documentary film presented by Louis Theroux. It was released on 5 April 2021 on BBC Two. The documentary, centred on former zoo owner and convicted felon Joe Exotic, looks back at unseen footage from Theroux's previous documentary that featured Exotic, America's Most Dangerous Pets (2011), and also features Theroux interviewing other people associated with Exotic, including his legal team, former colleagues, his estranged brother and niece, and Howard and Carole Baskin. [Cont...]

Top Docs Blog | A site featuring a growing collection of high quality videos. Well worth checking out. by Jacinda in Documentaries

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SS: I am not affiliated with the site in any way but was impressed by the quality of the documentaries on offer and thought I would share.

I recently watched Louis Theroux: Shooting Joe Exotic, Louis Theroux's update on the self appointed Tiger King. There are also a number of other documentaries I am looking forward to watching.

Feel free to post any that you recommend to the sub or to the comments below.

A plague of People: How a suicidal culture of growth is destroying modern society and the environment – John Robinson (2013) by Jacinda in runebooks

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SS: Dr. Robinson has had an international career working in applied mathematics and futures research. His book A Plague of People (2013) represents a culmination of a lifetime's work. He is distributing it free of charge in an attempt to draw people's attention to the problems of over poulation and coming collapse.

From the introduction:

People fill every part of the planet, using all resources and driving other species to extinction, until further expansion is impossible. The process and consequences are fully explored here with a science-based forecast of a complete collapse by 2030. The culture change urgently required is refused by a kamikaze culture of growth controlled by a foolhardy powerful minority.

There are great threats to modern civilisation, which are now becoming evident. Past forecasts suggesting a global collapse around 2030 are proving robust. This book follows the development of understanding of the global predicament, building on a considerable body of research, to conclude that the collapse is now inevitable and that there has been, and will continue to be, an absence of preventative action. The subject is extremely important and of wide interest.

The topic of the future of civilisation requires consideration of many subjects, of a number of interacting trends. A considerable body of information, from many sciences, many scholars and many collective enterprises, provides a description of the overshoot of global capacity, and a forecast of the collapse of modern civilisation.

The major question has been whether mankind would change and avoid the catastrophe. Consideration of human behaviour, culture, political systems and social control explains why there has been no adequate response for the past forty years and why the destructive pattern will continue. Similarly, an analysis of long waves (Kondratieff cycles) in economies includes reference to the denial of any such fundamental instability by mainstream economics.

The scope of the discussion is comprehensive, covering the interaction between many key issues such as overpopulation and climate change, resource shortages (including water, food and oil), with input ranging from computer models to the history of mankind. Dr Robinson has dealt with every question raised by the global picture, including the power of corporate fascism (the oligarchy or one-percent) in a controlled consumer society.

This description will interest those with growing concerns among the general population, the many in voluntary organisations who desire a better understanding of a troubled world, and schools and tertiary institutions whose task is to educate the new generation in an understanding of the complex world. The challenge facing us all as humanity fills every ecological niche on earth demands a fundamental change, of political and economic organisation, as well as individual values – a global revolution.

There have been a number of books dealing with such concerns, many of which are discussed here. The great majority fail to face the need for a significant change of culture, a paradigm shift, and thus conclude with hopes that the system that is the very cause of the challenge (including capitalism with its dependency on growth) can be tidied up, or that a universal acceptance of a beneficial religion or community effort can save the day without any challenge to the now dominant oligarchy.

This book stands out for its brutal honesty and refusal of unrealistic hopes. It tells the true story of failure rather than presenting any unrealistic hope. The next generation will be best served by a robust presentation of a distressing situation, and this is a story of that coming collapse based on an extensive scientific analysis. The challenges ahead are best faced with clear understanding with our heads fearlessly held up, out of the sand.

I thought diversity was our strength? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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...they want to hoard ethnonationalism for themselves.

"Hoarding ethnonationalism" is a great turn of phrase. I might borrow it.

Very well done documentary - Why is Sweden multicultural? by JuliusCaesar225 in debatealtright

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See also:

Sweden: Dying to be Multicultural (2017) - A journalist looks at the problems mass immigration has brought to Sweden and asks if it is at all sustainable [01:02:00]

Pelle Neroth Taylor argues that in becoming multicultural Sweden is trying to copy America; a reiteration of the theory that, following WWII, Europe lost its identity and became an outpost of the USA.

I have pasted a synopsis of Sweden, Dying to be Multicultural: The rise and fall of the Humanitarian Empire (his book that the documentary was based on) below.

Amazon:

Sweden, one of the world's most successful countries, is being transformed by immigration. Sweden's elites want their country to be a "humanitarian superpower".

The writer demonstrates though that, setting aside the bonus points with international opinion that Sweden gets for its virtue signalling, the demographic changes are having profound effects on all aspects of Swedish society. On crime, schools, the social security system, and ultimately Swedish culture itself.

If current levels of immigration continue, in two decades Swedes will become a minority in their own country.

Even setting aside the fact that Sweden will be a different place in which natives will not feel at home anymore, will it even be economically sustainable?

At the moment, only 25% of asylum seekers and relatives who arrived eight years ago have full-time jobs. Foreign-born individuals, 20% of the population, receive 57% of social security. The welfare state will be under enormous pressure. While still rich, Sweden had the lowest per capita economic growth in the OECD in 2017.

Mirror:

Islam is collapsing by Ethnocrat in debatealtright

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Islamic countries are some of the most fertile in the world. Even if they become increasingly secularised the demographic momentum means that radical Islam is going to continue to be a destabilising force.

Asia Times:

By 2085, the number of South Asian Muslims – Pakistanis, Bengalis, Indonesians and Indian Muslims – will exceed the total number of East Asians, assuming constant fertility.

Southeast and South Asian Muslims will number 2 billion by the end of the century, nearly double the population of East Asia. Projections of this sort never are accurate, but the relative magnitudes make the point: The populations susceptible to jihadist influence are enormous and growing.

The educated and literate Muslim countries like Turkey and Iran have fertility rates well below replacement. Pakistan, with a literacy rate barely above 50%, still has four live births per female. [Cont...]

The great convergence: Late-stage capitalism has effectively morphed into communism. by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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A really interesting post and I wish I could comment on more intelligently. I read an interesting article on one of the dissident sites making much the same argument but sadly am unable to locate it now. In it they mentioned a writer (economist?) who had made much the same argument at the turn of last century so the idea has been around for at least that long.

Fifty documentaries about finance, economics, and problems with our current system (Links in comments) by Jacinda in Documentaries

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SS: I have linked the titles to their respective Wikipedia page, and, where possible, to the full documentary. When a Wikipedia page wasn't available I've posted a link to IMDb.

Feel free to make further suggestions in the comments below.

Anyone know some good poetry with heroic themes? by Markimus in debatealtright

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  • The Charge of the Light Brigade - Alfred Lord Tennyson.

    I learnt it in school and I still find it moving.

  • If - Kipling.

    Another school favorite. I've linked to an Unz post showing that is now upsetting the woke.

  • Unguarded Gates - Thomas Bailey Aldrich.

    It is not about masculinity but I have a soft spot for this 1895 immigrant restrictionist poem. It deserved to be better known. You can read an updated version here.

The cinematic abomination of Stillwater as Black Pill (some Spoilers) by Richard_Parker in debatealtright

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Look forward to it. I'm far more interested in lesser known movies anyway.

The cinematic abomination of Stillwater as Black Pill (some Spoilers) by Richard_Parker in debatealtright

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I went to YouTube for a palate cleanser and came across Johnny Johnson's channel which reviews war movies:

I Would like to watch a non-depressing right wing film.

The cinematic abomination of Stillwater as Black Pill (some Spoilers) by Richard_Parker in debatealtright

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The Guardian also panned it, although probably not for the reasons we do.

The Guardian:

There are some good people in this awful film, whose talents have been wasted. And the only thing to do now is forget all about it.

It would actually be fun if this sub had a weekly movie recommendation. I am sure there are some good films out there in a sea of paint-by-numbers sludge.

cc: u/Richard_Parker

Guide to Attending Rallies, Protests, and Pro-Freedom Events [reposted from another forum] by Ponderer in debatealtright

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Thanks for putting this together. If you are interested in getting more exposure you could probably tidy it up a little and submit it somewhere like Counter Currents.

My thought is to make it into an article it might be worth adding one or two personal anecdotes but I am not sure it needs that. Some of the writers on this sub might have ideas.

Guide to Attending Rallies, Protests, and Pro-Freedom Events [reposted from another forum] by Ponderer in debatealtright

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Can't really add anything except to be careful about what sort of event you attend and to remove anything (earrings etc.) that might get damaged (or damage you) in the event of a tussle. Telling people where you are going, having money for a phone call and a number for a lawyer might also be useful.

Everyone should also watch this video at least once in their life:

Mark Collett has also written about the elements which make up a successful action. Sadly I can't find it but these two videos may cover the same topic. If not, I'll take them down.

e: If you haven't seen it, Mark Collett's Bitchute channel is worth having a browse. There is probably something there of that would interest you.

You can read an article about the 2016 protest he mentions in the above Dover video here:

This is the bad optics he was talking about. Protests should be good optics.

A list of guides I would like to write to help dissidents with culture-building. What here interests you? by Ponderer in debatealtright

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Here's the article I was referring to. I am sure there are more on the site.

Counter Currents:

So you’ve found a local group of people. Now what do you do? To answer that, ask yourself what all of you have in common. First, you share political convictions. Second, you have a desire to socialize with like-minded people. Not everyone is there to engage in activism. Not everyone is there to debate fundamental ideas about political ideology. And if you press the group in these directions, it will dissolve.

Thus, the first lesson for both activists and ideologues is not to try to refashion the group in terms of your interests; instead you should think of the group as a place to find and recruit people who share your particular interests; if you treat it as an opportunity to meet new people, you have a stake in the group’s continued existence.

So how do you keep the group alive and make it flourish? If you are not going to engage in activism or debate about Evola and Norse paganism, what will you do? [Cont...]

Greg has also posted about IRL security and dealing with being doxxed; both things he has had experience with.

Thanks for the article about attending protests IRL. Can't really add anything except to be careful about what sort of event you attend and to remove anything (earrings etc.) that might get damaged in the event of a tussle. Telling people where you are going, having money for a phone call and a number for a lawyer might also be useful. I'll add these comments to your thread.

A list of guides I would like to write to help dissidents with culture-building. What here interests you? by Ponderer in debatealtright

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Greg Johnson wrote a series of articles about how he organized a successful meet-up IRL. They are on Counter Currents somewhere:

There are also explicit white nationalist groups such as The Mannerbund and Mark Collet's UK based Patriotic Alternative.

How to get involved IRL would make a worthwhile subject for a separate post.

Mapping the Online Dissident Diaspora by Ponderer in debatealtright

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Another source are the comments sections of popular websites such as AmRen, Daily Stormer (gameruprising.to), Unz etc. I don't contribute myself but these communities have been around for years.

There are also the traditional message boards such as StormFront.

Podcasts are also playing a role in fostering community as the popularity of TRS attests.

Shiksa Goddess - Third World by Jacinda in 3rdmusic

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SS: A catchy song about ethnic displacement brought about by third world mass immigration accompanied by a video showing scenes of immigrant mayhem caused by the refugee crisis in Europe.

interesting article "The Census Has Revealed A More Multiracial U.S. One Reason? Cheaper DNA Tests" by Girondin in debatealtright

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#Flight From White

I am not sure if he coined the term but Sailer has been posting about this phenomena for a while now.

Why does the sidebar link to thuletide? by Noloben in debatealtright

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What about Z Man?

Thanks for the work you do modding this and other subs btw.

Afghans Refugees at Ramstein air force base by Richard_Parker in debatealtright

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German Labour Chief: We need 400,000 immigrants a year

Amren:

Germany needs 400,000 immigrants per year to fill the workforce of Europe’s biggest economy, the head of its national labour agency said.

Detlef Scheele said Germany’s ageing population meant that the number of working-age people was likely to decline by nearly 150,000 this year.

His comments come less than five weeks before a general election, with some politicians insisting there must be no new migrant surge into Germany.

But Mr Scheele said immigration needed to rise compared with recent years to plug gaps in the workforce. [Cont...]

Flanders & Swann - A Song of Patriotic Predjudice by Jacinda in 3rdmusic

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SS: Gather around the piano lads and let's have a sing along. Me dear old Mum used to sing this to me when I was but a nipper... One... Two... Three...

🎵 The English, the English, the English are best

I wouldn't give tuppence for all of the rest... 🎵

Recorded version:

It first appeared in recorded form on the 1964 album At the Drop of Another Hat.

Wikipedia:

Lyrics:

Marines die in the gayest way possible by Wrangel in debatealtright

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Pretty grim.

Sailer's post and the Unz thread is worth reading:

New Zealand's net migration gain dwindles to just 4700 a year as Covid-19 keeps gate shut by DisastrousDepth14 in debatealtright

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Not to worry. The government is currently airlifting ' refugees' from Afghanistan to make up for the national shortfall in greatest strength.

On a more serious note it shows that immigration is an elite project. The government is capable of turning off the flood but lacks the political will.

What's the future of the US? by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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Here's my boilerplate.

The Occidental Observer:

Brazilianization (= Lost Angelization) means:

  • A racially extremely diverse population;

  • A high level of ambient racial tension;

  • Extreme economic stratification, with a small, wealthy elite, a large underclass, and essentially zero middle class;

  • Concentration of wealth in the hands of certain ethnic groups;

  • Extremely high levels of street crime, including violent crime;

  • A police force that is both brutal and impotent in dealing with crime;

  • A weak public sector, with all amenities functioning inefficiently if at all (packed buses, filthy streets, etc.);

  • Chronic, severe corruption at all levels of government, to the point of dysfunction;

  • A pervasive mistrust of the government, indeed, all activities in the public sphere;

…and…

  • No reason to think that any of the above can be changed by any available political means.

All of this will of course be accompanied by a lot of left-wing treacle about democracy, equality, progress, etc.

These trends have all accelerated over the last decade. The Angloshere is not at a SA level stage as yet but it's clear diversity is a failure.

Replacement migration and future demographic change in the UK. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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If ethnic conflict does break out the results are going to be traumatic. See the review of Ethnic Apocalypse: The Coming European Civil War (Original title: Guerre civile raciale) by the French author Guillaume Faye.

The Occidental Observer:

[In] “The De-Migration of the Afterwar." ... the author offers a vision of White victory. He posits that the racial civil war would “through its unique violence, turn into an unprecedented collective trauma whose memory will echo across the centuries.” In other words, multiculturalism would never again be repeated by our descendants. [Cont...]

Ethnic Conflicts: Their Biological Roots In Ethnic Nepotism — Tatu Vanhanen by Jacinda in runebooks

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SS: You can read a tribute to Tatu Vanhanen who passed away in 2015 by following the link below:

Searching the website will bring up a number of other articles based on his academic work analyzing why some societies prosper and others fail.

Replacement migration and future demographic change in the UK. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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SS: As mentioned I copied this post from r/BritishTraditionalism.

Unmentioned are the rise in ethnic nepotism as Britain, traditionally a high trust society, imports millions of people from low trust societies and the pressure that people, used to living in highly dense societies places on the environment.

The future is also undoubtedly going to be violent.

Vdare:

One key problem: Afghanistan’s high level of ethnic diversity. Contrary to advertisement, Diversity is not Strength. In his 2012 book Ethnic Conflicts, Finnish political scientist Tatu Vanhanen found that there was 0.66 correlation between ethnic diversity and ethnic conflict and that ethnically diverse states are almost always politically unstable and riven by war [Cont...]

As an aside, please excuse the formatting — Saidit was behaving strangely and I used a couple of workarounds in attempt to fix it. If it looks strange on your computer let me know.

Jared Taylor's 20 min introduction in the debate vs EMJ is probably the greatest presentation on race realism ever made by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I appreciated this comment in the first review:

[Automatic translation] This book understands how to give a comprehensive and up-to-date look at the concept of race and the (above all biological-anthropological) understanding of it, sympathetic without even in the slightest legitimizing racism. Very interesting both the historical analysis of the changed views since the 19th century and also the recent findings from medicine and genetics.

From my point of view, it is very helpful for your own judgement (in the sense of Kant) and for the successful participation in discussions (if they are still allowed to take place). If there were no more like this and one hoped for only 'right' or independent insights (in vain) from Wikipedia, then the way into the 'what can't be-that'-world would be a highway.

It is quoted by Alain Fienkelkraut, who gave anti-racism the same potential for violence in the 21st century as communism in the 20th century and to which I would expressly agree.

The analogy between the communist revolution and the determination to be race blind (equality of outcome) isn't something I had considered before but both are attempts to force humanity to conform to a utopian ideal, and like the communists before it, the anti-racisists are extremely unforgiving of perceived transgressors.

Jared Taylor's 20 min introduction in the debate vs EMJ is probably the greatest presentation on race realism ever made by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Koreans and Chinese who have lived in Japan for generations are still not regarded as being Japanese today. Even Japanese who have remigrated from Brazil are not really accepted.

Unfortunately the country is plugged into the same corrosive forces that are assailing the West. You can read about some of the consequences here:

Jared Taylor's 20 min introduction in the debate vs EMJ is probably the greatest presentation on race realism ever made by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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Link to The Deconstruction of Race (the book Jared Taylor mentioned):

Sadly no English translation as yet.

Svenpai - Prussian Blue by Jacinda in 3rdmusic

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SS: Svenpai also has a YouTube channel:

Why does the sidebar link to thuletide? by Noloben in debatealtright

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It's the first time I have visited his blog but I can't find too much to disagree with here.

Thuletide:

Regarding ideological labels, I’m not particularly choosy: Conservative, Traditionalist, Reactionary, Paleo-Con, or simply ‘Right-Wing.’ All Right-Wing thought converges towards one end — the natural, organic society — and certain fundamental truths. There are only so many ways you can say “I’m pro-family, pro-religion, pro-ethnocentrism, pro-private property, pro-free enterprise (unless it betrays the nation), pro-hierarchy, pro-strength, pro-beauty, pro-nature, anti-usury, etc.” [Cont...]

I am not a fan of ideological purity spiraling. This is a debating sub and people come with a variety of different points of view dependent on their cultural background and life experience.

As Afghan refugees flood into the West it is well to remember Europe's experience by Jacinda in debatealtright

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That sounds positive but research would seem to suggest otherwise:

Unz:

“The Borderless Welfare State” Jan van de Beek, Hans Roodenburg, Joop Hartog and Gerrit Kreffer, 2021, Amsterdam School of Economics.

Immigration from non-Western regions is usually unfavourable for public finances. This applies especially to the areas of origin Caribbean, West-Asia, Turkey and North, Central and West Africa with net costs ranging from €200,000 to €400,000 per immigrant, and Morocco, the Horn of Africa and Sudan with net cost of €550,000 to €600.000 per immigrant. By way of comparison: an average Dutch native is roughly ‘budget-neutral over’ his or her life.

Steve Sailer commenting on the findings:

Nothing was broken out for Afghan asylum seekers, but asylum seekers from the Horn of Africa, which isn’t all that culturally dissimilar to Afghanistan, appeared to be the single most costly individuals at at least 600,000 Euros more taxes paid out than paid in.

Looking into it more, the study lumps Afghans in with Iranians, Iraqis, and Syrians and finds that group to have the second worst “support ratio:”

As the article points out population growth is one of the most intractable (yet rarely mentioned) problems. Afghanistan, for example, has gone from 20 million to 40 million people during the 20 year occupation:

Immigrants that make on average a significantly negative contribution to Dutch public finances are mainly those who exercise the right to asylum, especially if they come from Africa and the Middle East. The latest UN population forecast shows that the total population in these areas will increase from 1.6 billion to 4.7 billion by the end of this century. It is not implausible that the migration potential will at least keep pace. Migration pressure, in particular on the welfare states in North-Western Europe, will therefore increase to an unprecedented degree. This raises the question of whether maintaining the open-ended arrangement enshrined in the existing legal framework is a realistic option under these circumstances….

Sailer points out it would be cheaper for refugees to be housed in Pakistan.

I have spent time traveling in regions adjacent to Afghanistan and if things were not so politically would love to visit the country so I am not unsympathetic to their plight. Ultimately I want Europe to remain European and for Afghans to prosper in their own country.

As Afghan refugees flood into the West it is well to remember Europe's experience by Jacinda in debatealtright

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John Derbyshire also wrote about the inevitable Afghan influx into the Untied States:

This is what the 5 extra IQ points in Asians actually does. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Sadly South Korea is diluting its gene pool and this is being reflected in the coming generation's academic attainment.

Evo and Proud:

I've published a paper on the Damunwha children of South Korea. In that country, foreign brides, mainly from Southeast Asia, produce almost 6% of births. These children do poorly at school, ostensibly because of discrimination and imperfect learning of spoken Korean from their mothers. Yet they actually do well in subjects that emphasize social interaction and spoken language. Their learning deficit is in subjects that require abstraction and memorization, such as mathematics. [Cont...]

In 2011 it was predicted that by 2020 one third of all children born in Korea would be the result of international unions.

South Korea's Multi-Ethnic Future (The Diplomat)

Currently [2011], a third of all marriages occurring in South Korea’s rural areas involve migrant wives—mostly from China and Southeast Asia—who have been matched with South Korean men. An increasing gender imbalance tilting toward males ensures this phenomenon will continue, with jarring implications for the myth of Korean ethnic homogeneity.

In June, the government announced that the number of children with at least one parent of non-Korean heritage reached 150,000 this year, a number that has increased fourfold over the last four years. They are expected to number over 1.6 million by 2020, with a third of all children born that year the offspring of international unions. [Cont...]

No idea what the actual figure is now but Korean nationalists are facing the same problems we are.

EU report about alt right humour by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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‘The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those that speak it’. — George Orwell

Shower Thought: What do you think would happen if a religion was set up about Trump after his death? by ayotollahsinIran in debatealtright

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Trump was worshiped as a God in India but religious Trumpism didn't take off; his devotee, Bussa Krishna sadly died.

Gonzo from The Muppets now cross dresses and is “gender non conforming” by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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Abigail Shrier argues a peer contagion model in her book Irreversible Damage, at least in the instance of teenage girls.

Quillete:

Between 2016 and 2017, the number of females seeking gender surgery quadrupled in the United States. Thousands of teen girls across the Western world are not only self-diagnosing with a real dysphoric condition they likely do not have; in many cases, they are obtaining hormones and surgeries following the most cursory diagnostic processes.

Schoolteachers, therapists, doctors, surgeons, and medical-accreditation organizations are all rubber-stamping these transitions, often out of fear that doing otherwise will be reported as a sign of “transphobia”—despite growing evidence that most young people who present as trans will eventually desist, and so these interventions will do more harm than good. [Cont...]

Scott Howard's The Transgender Industrial Complex is an alt-right take on the phenomena.

Edit: Sailer's review is also worth a read. You can find more if you search his blog over at Unz.

Holocaust memorial outside Parliament to go ahead by SecureTheInevitable in debatealtright

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It's an appalling decision that will completely wreck an irreplaceable green space (and historic park) in the heart of London. This is of course deliberate

BBC:

Architect Sir David Adjaye, who has led the design team, previously said "disrupting the pleasure of being in a park is key to the thinking" of the memorial.

From the same article:

In a letter to the council, Royal Parks said while it "strongly supports" the principle of the project, it thought the current design would have "significant harmful impacts" on the "character and function" of the park.

"The structure will dominate the park and eclipse the existing listed memorials which are nationally important in their own right," the charity said. Royal Parks added the number of visitors expected would create "queues and congestion" and "change the nature of what is currently a relaxed park".

The Save Victoria Tower Gardens protest group points out "this plan will change forever the use of a much loved and well-used local park into a sombre, security patrolled civic space" and that the holocaust is already memorialized at the Imperial War Museum, less than a mile away.

Attention: Anti-white careers are now showing up under "Diversity Inclusion Coordinator" by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Another article here:

All these people need to do something. I wouldn't be surprised if their presence wasn't creating ethnic tension at this point. You get what you pay for.

Half Black/Half Japanese Pro-BLM Athlete lights the Olympic Torch. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Came across this Mishima quote:

Quillette:

I no longer have any great hopes for Japan. Each day deepens my feeling that Japan is ceasing to be Japan. Soon Japan will vanish altogether. In its place, all that will remain is an inorganic, empty, neutral, drab, wealthy, scheming, economic giant in a corner of the Far East. I will not listen any longer to people who are content with that prospect.

Canada is accelerating White Genocide. Government boasts 421,000 immigrants a year in new target. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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The Canadian government (like most other Western governments) is attempting to force population growth through immigration:

Here Comes the Flood: Justin Trudeau's plan to diversify rural Canada with foreign immigrants

In 2019, the Canadian government announced that it is going to import over 1 million racially diverse immigrants between the years 2020 and 2022. They also announced a new immigration initiative called the 'Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program', or RNIP. The RNIP is intended to be the solution to something that Canadian government has considered to be a major obstacle to their plans to diversifying the Canadian population: The vast majority of immigrants that come to the country settle in just a few major cities, leaving small cities, towns, and rural areas largely unaffected by mass immigration.

The goal of the Canadian government is to establish populations of non-Whites in select rural areas and small towns by carefully vetting thousands of immigrants to select the ones who are most likely to remain in those communities after gaining permanent residency. It appears that their hope is that these seeds of diversity will attract other immigrants to these areas and other rural parts of Canada over time. Vernon, British Columbia, has admitted that their goal is to attract over 90,000 immigrants to their region by 2028. [Cont...]

Half Black/Half Japanese Pro-BLM Athlete lights the Olympic Torch. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Ruination Media's video, Should Japan Become Multicultural becomes more real every day.

Based Documentaries — A Bitchute channel dedicated alt-right content by Jacinda in debatealtright

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RIP Bitchute...

That's disappointing. I find this constant censorship frustrating and miss the old Internet.

Based Documentaries — A Bitchute channel dedicated alt-right content by Jacinda in debatealtright

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I found it completely by random. I'm impressed at how much more content there is on Bitchute these days. I probably spend more time there than on YouTube.

Given the way dissident material is being removed from the Internet, I imagine Bitchute is going to get censored at some stage.

Devon Stack - Lethal Weapon 2 by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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Thx.

The decline and ruin of the Catholic church by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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The Catholic Church undoubtedly in a bad way. From the review of Frédéric Martel's book, In the Closet of the Vatican: Power, Homosexuality, Hypocrisy:

The moral fraudulence of the church is Martel’s subject: ... he establishes that during the past few papacies the fieriest critics of homosexuality – the cardinals who regarded Aids as a divine judgment, condemned the distribution of condoms in Africa, called gender theory an abomination, and ignored peccadilloes like those of the Cuban priest who administered a special blessing to the penises of little boys – were themselves unabashedly gay.

Some of them cruised in Roman parks, claiming diplomatic immunity whenever they were bothered by the police; others used their smartphones to summon Arab hustlers. Many attended infernally red-lit orgies in the Vatican, with party drugs and strapping seminarians on tap, and quite a few rejoiced in drag-queen nicknames. One financially canny episcopal plutocrat added Rome’s busiest gay sauna to his bulging property portfolio. Martel includes a single incongruously heterosexual anecdote, about a prince of the church who died of a heart attack in Paris while having over-energetic sex with a prostitute called Mimi. Jesuitical spin doctors claimed he’d paid her a visit in the hope of persuading her to repent, which didn’t explain why he was naked when the ambulance arrived. [Cont...]

Martel is obviously unsympathetic but the portrait he paints is pretty grim. I feel sorry for the average parishioner having to deal with the fallout from all this or a priest who is trying to do his best, given the circumstances.

cc: u/Dragonerne

Based Documentaries — A Bitchute channel dedicated alt-right content by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Hollywoodism: Jews, Movies, and the American Dream (1998) about Eastern Jewish influence in the early film industry is one that could be probably added to the list.

Frodi Midjord should get one of his guests to review it.

Devon Stack - Lethal Weapon 2 by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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Often Devon's reviews are more entertaining than the movies themselves. He's one of my favorite providers.

I'm enjoying the south African, vs Brazilian vs Ethiopian debate.

He mentioned that he had done a separate in-depth critique of the debate. Does anyone know which one it was?

Devon Stack - Lethal Weapon 2 by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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I couldn't get it to work for me this morning — working now.

sending books to white prisoners by valkyria1488 in debatealtright

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I would contact a local prisoner support group. They will guide you through whatever protocols are required.

If you do go through with this it will be much appreciated.

Just great. by LarrySwinger2 in whatever

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The Stonetoss meme becomes more and more relevant every day.

The Forgotten Genocide of New Zealand | When the Maori went to an island 500 miles away to slaughter and enslave the pacifist Moriori. by Chipit in history

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The literal cannibal holocaust.

How come Humans don't use their Hunter/Gatherer instincts when they're about starve? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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I really enjoyed this documentary about Tinker's Bubble, a group of people living together on the land. Although their politics are probably the opposite of ours they formed an implicitly white community. Interestingly the sex roles are soon reasserted once there is physical work to be done

I thought about making a post about it but couldn't quite think how to make it relevant. In my experience you really need to find a woman suited to rural life and most women, the one's I've met anyway, don't want to live in a shack.

Another problem is that cities are centers of power. The Benedict option merely prolongs white flight. Ideally cities and country would form a nexus with each reinforcing the other.

How come Humans don't use their Hunter/Gatherer instincts when they're about starve? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Why not give it a go and attempt to sustain yourself by foraging for a week?

You will find it is not as easy as you think. Now imagine an entire city attempting to do the same and you will quickly realize how dependent on modern farming / transportation we have become.

Keith Woods - Continuum | Keith Woods and his guests discuss a variety of issues by Jacinda in podcasts

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SS: Keith Woods and his guests discuss a number of contemporary issues. The podcast seems to only come out sporadically, and may well be dormant, but I thought it worth linking as the back issues will hopefully be of interest.

He has a presence across a range of social media. You can find his other channels here:

A better explanation for my political views. by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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[Richard Nixon] may be the first and only Head of State that publicly acknowledged Race & IQ differences, and was even set towards governing the United States based on this science.

One small nit-pick. This is a leaked recording from the Watergate tapes. Unfortunately Nixon privately acknowledged race and IQ differences but for political reasons kept it to himself. In this conversation he is talking in confidence to a close personal advisor and never expected the public to hear the tapes.

AmRen:

A fascinating recording of a 1971 conversation between President Richard Nixon and his advisor, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, was recently released. [...] It shows that both Nixon and Moynihan knew about group differences in IQ, and fully understood their policy implications. And yet, for reasons neither explains, they insist that differences of this kind must be kept a secret. [Cont...]

The rest of your points are excellent. I appreciated your example of Lebanon.

Black Pilled - How Boomers Were Taught to Hate (Themselves) | Devon Stack's analysis of anti-white themes in the movie Norma Rae [15:00] by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Great subseddit — Thx.

Black Pilled - How Boomers Were Taught to Hate (Themselves) | Devon Stack's analysis of anti-white themes in the movie Norma Rae [15:00] by Jacinda in debatealtright

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His YouTube channel is a gold mine – I had no idea he was such a prolific reviewer. His work on Bitchute tends to get swamped by his live streams.

Rural racism in Dorset: Why is our countryside 98% white? by BiglyBased in debatealtright

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The ethnic activism (and unconscious narcissism) revealed in that article is the stuff of parody. The memes really do write themselves.

I hope Anglin (or maybe Steve Sailer) picks it up and has fun with it.

Edit: Sailer has now posted about it over at Unz:

His readers are having fun in the comments section as always.

Victoria's Secret Embraces Ugliness Signaling that the Porno Age is Already Over - Andrew Anglin by send_nasty_stuff in debatealtright

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When Anglin is on form his writing and analysis is excellent.

If you were a Billionaire, would you feel guilty about yourself? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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The video Anglin based his article on is illuminating, illustrating the change in values that has occurred.

Traditionally fairness as extremely important in my society. My parents and previous generations spent a great deal of time and energy working with the community on various social projects; these revolved around the church, and various public benefit schemes. I think to a large extent they saw the town as an extension of themselves. I used to be involved but for a variety of reasons I have pulled back, In part it is a result of social atomization; the 'bowling alone' phenomena that results from forced diversity, in part financial precarity makes me focus on my future. As diversity increasing replaces society altruism also becomes more and more pointless.

I imagine billionaires are an extreme version of this; they compete amongst themselves and the poor are invisible to them. I hope that if I had wealth I would respond differently. I certainly wouldn't spend my money on a ridiculous car.

If you were a Billionaire, would you feel guilty about yourself? by radicalcentrist in debatealtright

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Anglin wrote about this in an article about the juxtaposition of extreme poverty and wealth in modern America:

You have to wonder: what good is it to have a $500,000 super-car, if you’re driving it through tent cities? Do these people get off on that?

I have never been rich, so I don’t understand the rich mindset, but when I picture it, I think of it as being like, you’re rich and well dressed, and you’re hanging out with a bunch of other good-looking, well-off people. If being rich is about lording over peasants and drug-addicts living in tents, then it’s a mindset that I simply cannot fathom.

However, this seems to be the new elite mindset: it’s not about being a bit better off than those around you, and living in extravagance while others are maybe a little bit jealous but still doing alright: it seems that it is about flaunting ultra-wealth to a bunch of shuffling, mumbling drug-addicts. [Cont...]

It's an excellent article although he does spoil it by claiming, somewhat disingenuously, that the elite in third world countries are more sympathetic to the plight of the less well off. Something I failed to notice while living in Asia.

Obviously neo-liberal values atomize society, producing wealth extremes even as they erode any bonds that humans might have beyond the money nexus.

If you were POTUS or leader of some other Western country, what would you do to combat the obesity epidemic? by WorldSharp in debatealtright

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Part of the problem lies in the way we design our cities. For so many people a car is their only option. It's not as if there aren't solutions — Amsterdam and Copenhagen manage to get forty percent of their population cycling and a similarly large number walk.

If anyone is interested, Not Just Bikes is a YouTube channel dedicated to documenting successful urban design:

He has a video, What Makes Cities Great which points out design features conspicuously missing from our sprawling obesogenic metropolises which attempt to mimic post war US (the world's fattest nation) cities.

The Reddit sub r/LowCar also has good ideas

I would also like to see exercise equipment for adults in public parks. Something designed to do body weight workouts on. It doesn't have to be complex.

Mr Bond facing possible 10 years in prison: copyright infringement, weapons charges, possession of NS paraphernalia etc. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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There is also a #FreeMrBond site maintained by TEKNEIN but it has no more information beyond that of The Guardian article:

There probably has simply been no more news thus far.

Mr Bond facing possible 10 years in prison: copyright infringement, weapons charges, possession of NS paraphernalia etc. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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A few familiar names there.

Mr Bond facing possible 10 years in prison: copyright infringement, weapons charges, possession of NS paraphernalia etc. by Jacinda in debatealtright

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Thanks. It's useful to have the MSM context:

[A]n investigation by Austrian daily Der Standard and Germany’s public broadcaster ARD said that the musician had been calling on members of neo-Nazi online forums and chat groups to carry out terrorist attacks for several years. [Cont...]

If this is true, he's an idiot.

“The words of his songs glorify National Socialism (Nazism) and are antisemitic, racist and xenophobic,” said the interior ministry statement.

If anyone is visiting the sub and unfamiliar with his ouvre, a visit to s/3rdMusic will get you up to speed.

Uncommon Knowledge – Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s Prey: A Panel Discussion On Europe, Islam, And Women’s Rights [45:00] by Jacinda in podcasts

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From the podcast description:

Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women’s Rights, Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s book on the explosion of sexual violence and harassment in Europe, was published in early 2021. Since then, the book has sparked a worldwide discussion online and offline about the immigration of huge numbers of mostly young Muslim men (more than 3 million, by some reports) to European cities and its effect on the women who live there.

To discuss this phenomenon, explain why many of these young men feel empowered to harass women, and offer some possible solutions, Peter Robinson is joined by Prey author and Hoover Institution research fellow Ayaan Hirsi Ali; Valerie Hudson, a professor of political science at the Bush School at Texas A&M University and an expert on women’s rights and demographics; and Christopher Caldwell, a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute and the author of Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam, and the West, published in 2009, and The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties, published just last year. 

Eugenics by Dragonerne in debatealtright

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Sailer has a number of interesting articles on eugenics. Slightly off topic but you might enjoy reading them (further articles in the links).